Joël 1

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1 La parole de l'Eternel qui fut adressée à Joël, fils de Pethuel.

2 Ecoutez ceci, vieillards! Prêtez l'oreille, vous tous, habitants du pays! Rien de pareil est-il arrivé de votre temps, Ou du temps de vos pères?

3 Racontez-le à vos enfants, Et que vos enfants le racontent à leurs enfants, Et leurs enfants à la génération qui suivra!

4 Ce qu'a laissé le gazam, la sauterelle l'a dévoré; Ce qu'a laissé la sauterelle, le jélek l'a dévoré; Ce qu'a laissé le jélek, le hasil l'a dévoré.

5 Réveillez-vous, ivrognes, et pleurez! Vous tous, buveurs de vin, gémissez, Parce que le moût vous est enlevé de la bouche!

6 Car un peuple est venu fondre sur mon pays, Puissant et innombrable. Il a les dents d'un lion, Les mâchoires d'une lionne.

7 Il a dévasté ma vigne; Il a mis en morceaux mon figuier, Il l'a dépouillé, abattu; Les rameaux de la vigne ont blanchi.

8 Lamente-toi, comme la vierge qui se revêt d'un sac Pour pleurer l'ami de sa jeunesse!

9 Offrandes et libations disparaissent de la maison de l'Eternel; Les sacrificateurs, serviteurs de l'Eternel, sont dans le deuil.

10 Les champs sont ravagés, La terre est attristée; Car les blés sont détruits, Le moût est tari, l'huile est desséchée.

11 Les laboureurs sont consternés, les vignerons gémissent, A cause du froment et de l'orge, Parce que la moisson des champs est perdue.

12 La vigne est confuse, Le figuier languissant; Le grenadier, le palmier, le pommier, Tous les arbres des champs sont flétris... La joie a cessé parmi les fils de l'homme!

13 Sacrificateurs, ceignez-vous et pleurez! Lamentez-vous, serviteurs de l'autel! Venez, passez la nuit revêtus de sacs, Serviteurs de mon Dieu! Car offrandes et libations ont disparu de la maison de votre Dieu.

14 Publiez un jeûne, une convocation solennelle! Assemblez les vieillards, tous les habitants du pays, Dans la maison de l'Eternel, votre Dieu, Et criez à l'Eternel!

15 Ah! quel jour! Car le jour de l'Eternel est proche: Il vient comme un ravage du Tout-Puissant.

16 La nourriture n'est-elle pas enlevée sous nos yeux? La joie et l'allégresse n'ont-elles pas disparu de la maison de notre Dieu?

17 Les semences ont séché sous les mottes; Les greniers sont vides, Les magasins sont en ruines, Car il n'y a point de blé.

18 Comme les bêtes gémissent! Les troupeaux de boeufs sont consternés, Parce qu'ils sont sans pâturage; Et même les troupeaux de brebis sont en souffrance.

19 C'est vers toi que je crie, ô Eternel! Car le feu a dévoré les plaines du désert, Et la flamme a brûlé tous les arbres des champs.

20 Les bêtes des champs crient aussi vers toi; Car les torrents sont à sec, Et le feu a dévoré les plaines du désert.

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Explanation of Joel 1 - Revised      

Joel Chapter 1, the Internal Sense.
From Swedenborg's work, "The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms"

(Verse 1) The Word has been perverted by false worship,

(2) when instead the Word should have been obeyed by everyone in the Church,

(3) and communicated to everyone who holds false beliefs that arise from evil loves.

(4) Instead, the spiritual things of the Church have been destroyed by sensualism.

(5) Now, remorse should be awakened, because of this loss of faith,

(6) a faith which has been destroyed by the lust of worshipping false gods,

(7) depriving the Church of spiritual truth and good.

(8) The Church should return to the Lord

(9) with inward mourning and contrition

(10) over the loss of good and truth in the natural and spiritual man -

(11) especially people who seek the good of the Church and who desire its genuine doctrine: for the Church is about to perish.

(12) Spiritual truth, its good, its knowledge, and its delights, which constitute the Church, are perverted.

(13) Only by repentance can communion with the Lord be renewed.

(14) The Church can only remove the evil and falsity by acknowledging and worshipping the Lord,

(15) for the end of the Church is near, when it will be judged.

(16) Good works are not being done, nor are there any people who delight in spiritual things.

(17) Natural good has been subordinated to evil, and the truth and good of the Word are rejected.

(18) Wherefore there is no good in the Church,

(19) and our hearts must be turned again to the Lord: for the love of self has corrupted all things in the church.

(20) Although truth is desired, it has been misappropriated to ourselves.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanes Célestes 2606, 10325

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 198


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanes Célestes 368, 488, 566, 1072, 1992, 2708, 3580, ...

L’Apocalypse Révélée 241, 315, 316, 334, 424, 435, 492, ...

Doctrine de a Nouvelle Jérusalem sur Le Seigneur 4

La Doctrine de l'Écriture Sainte 87

La Vraie Religion Chrétienne 82, 252


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 109, 278, 374, 375, 376, 403, 458, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56, 58

Marriage 82

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 55

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