Exodus 19

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1 Kolmantena kuukautena Israelin lasten lähtemisestä Egyptin maalta, tulivat he sinä päivänä Sinain korpeen.

2 Sillä he olivat lähteneet Raphidimista, ja tulivat Sinain korpeen, ja sioittivat itsensä korpeen: ja Israel sioitti itsensä siihen, vuoren kohdalle.

3 Ja Moses astui ylös Jumalan tykö. Ja Herra huusi häntä vuorelta, ja sanoi: näin sinun pitää sanoman Jakobin huoneelle, ja Israelin lapsille ilmoittaman.

4 Te olette nähneet, mitä minä Egyptiläisille tehnyt olen: ja kuinka minä olen teitä kantanut kotkan siivillä, ja olen saattanut teidät minun tyköni.

5 Jos te siis minun ääneni ahkerasti kuulette, ja pidätte minun liittoni, niin teidän pitää oleman minulle kallis omaisuus kaikista kansoista, vaikka muutoin koko maa on minun.

6 Ja teidän pitää oleman minulle papillinen valtakunta ja pyhä kansa. Nämä ovat ne sanat, jotka sinun pitää Israelin lapsille, sanoman.

7 Niin Moses tuli ja kutsui kokoon vanhimmat kansan seasta, ja jutteli heille kaikki sanat, jotka Herra hänen käskenyt oli.

8 Ja kaikki kansa vastasi yhtä haavaa, ja sanoi: kaikki mitä Herra puhunut on, me tahdomme tehdä. Ja Moses sanoi jällensä kansan sanat Herralle.

9 Niin Herra sanoi Mosekselle: katso, minä tulen sinun tykös paksussa pilvessä, että kansa kuulee minun puhuvan sinun kanssas, ja uskoo sinua ijankaikkisesti. Ja Moses ilmoitti Herralle kansan puheen.

10 Ja Herra sanoi Mosekselle: mene kansan tykö, ja pyhitä heitä tänäpänä ja huomenna: että he vaatteensa pesisivät.

11 Ja olisivat kolmantena päivänä valmiit; sillä kolmantena päivänä Herra on astuva alas kaiken kansan eteen Sinain vuorelle.

12 Ja sinun pitää paneman rajan kansan ympärille, sanoen: karttakaat teitänne, ettette vuorelle astu taikka tartu sen rajaan: joka siihen vuoreen sattuu, sen pitää totisesti kuoleman.

13 Ei yksikään käsi pidä häneen rupeeman, vaan hän pitää täydellisesti kivitettämän, eli kohdastansa ammuttaman lävitse, joko se eläin taikka ihminen olis, ei pidä sen elämän. Koska ääni rupee pitkään kajahtamaan, silloin he vuorelle astukaan.

14 Moses astui vuorelta kansan tykö, ja pyhitti heitä: ja he pesivät vaatteensa.

15 Ja hän sanoi heille: olkaat kolmanteen päivään valmiit, ja älkäät lähestykö vaimoja.

16 Kuin kolmas päivä tuli, ja aamu oli, niin tuli pitkäisen jylinä ja leimaus, ja paksu pilvi vuoren päälle, ja sangen väkevä basunan ääni: niin kaikki kansa, jotka leirissä olivat, pelvosta vapisivat.

17 Ja Moses johdatti kansan leiristä Jumalaa vastaan, ja he seisahtivat vuoren alle.

18 Mutta koko Sinain vuori suitsi, siitä että Herra astui alas sen päälle tulessa, ja sen savu kävi ylös niinkuin pätsin savu, niin että koko vuori sangen kovaan vapisi.

19 Ja sen basunan helinä enemmin ja enemmin eneni. Moses puhui ja Jumala vastasi häntä kuultavasti.

20 Kuin nyt Herra oli tullut alas Sinain vuoren kukkulalle, niin Herra kutsui Moseksen vuoren kukkulalle. Ja Moses astui sinne ylös.

21 Niin sanoi Herra hänelle: astu alas ja varoita kansaa, ettei he kävisi rajan ylitse Herran tykö, häntä näkemään, ja monta heistä lankeaisi.

22 Niin myös papit, jotka Herraa lähestyvät, pitää heitänsä pyhittämän, ettei Herra heitä hukuttaisi.

23 Ja Moses sanoi Herralle: eipä kansa saa astua ylös Sinain vuorelle; sillä sinä olet meille todistanut ja sanonut: pane rajat vuoren ympärille, ja pyhitä se.

24 Ja Herra sanoi hänelle: mene ja astu alas, ja astu ylös (jällensä) sinä ja Aaron sinun kanssas; mutta papit ja kansa älkään lähestykö astumaan ylös Herran tykö, ettei hän heitä hukuttaisi.

25 Ja Moses astui alas kansan tykö ja sanoi nämät heille.

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Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 901, 1416, 1861, 2332, 2788, 2842, 3901, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 24, 166, 236, 336, 378, 397, 505, ...

Doctrine of Life 59

True Christianity 284


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 55, 78, 179, 195, 273, 281, 405, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 49

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