Ézéchiel 4

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French: Martin (1744)         

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1 Et toi, fils d'homme, prends-toi un tableau carré, et le mets devant toi, et traces-y la ville de Jérusalem.

2 Puis tu mettras le siège contre elle, tu bâtiras contre elle des forts, tu élèveras contre elle des terrasses, tu poseras des camps contre elle, et tu mettras autour d'elle des machines pour la battre.

3 Tu prendras aussi une plaque de fer, et tu la mettras pour un mur de fer entre toi et la ville, et tu dresseras ta face contre elle, et elle sera assiégée, et tu l'assiégeras; ce sera un signe à la maison d'Israël.

4 Après tu dormiras sur ton côté gauche, et tu mettras sur lui l'iniquité de la maison d'Israël; selon le nombre des jours que tu dormiras sur ce [côté], tu porteras leur iniquité.

5 Et je t'ai assigné les ans de leur iniquité selon le nombre des jours, [savoir] trois cent quatre-vingt-dix jours; ainsi tu porteras l'iniquité de la maison d'Israël.

6 Et quand tu auras accompli ces jours-là, tu dormiras la seconde fois sur ton côté droit, et tu porteras l'iniquité de la maison de Juda pendant quarante jours, un jour pour un an; [car] je t'ai assigné un jour pour un an.

7 Et tu dresseras ta face vers le siège ordonné contre Jérusalem, et ton bras sera retroussé; et tu prophétiseras contre elle.

8 Or voici j'ai mis sur toi des cordes, et tu ne te tourneras point de l'un de tes côtés à l'autre, jusqu'à ce que tu aies accompli les jours de ton siège.

9 Tu prendras aussi du froment, de l'orge, des fèves, des lentilles, du millet, et de l'épeautre, et tu les mettras dans un vaisseau, et t'en feras du pain selon le nombre des jours que tu dormiras sur ton côté; tu en mangeras pendant trois cent quatre-vingt-dix jours.

10 Et la viande que tu mangeras sera du poids de vingt sicles par jour; et tu la mangeras depuis un temps jusqu'à l'autre temps.

11 Et tu boiras de l'eau par mesure, [savoir] la sixième partie d'un Hin; tu la boiras depuis un temps jusqu'à l'autre temps.

12 Tu mangeras aussi des gâteaux d'orge, et tu les cuiras avec de la fiente sortie de l'homme, eux le voyant.

13 Puis l'Eternel dit : les enfants d'Israël mangeront ainsi leur pain souillé parmi les nations vers lesquelles je les chasserai.

14 Et je dis : ah! ah! Seigneur Eternel, voici, mon âme n'a point été souillée, et je n'ai mangé d'aucune bête morte d'elle-même, ou déchirée [par les bêtes sauvages], depuis ma jeunesse jusqu'à présent; et aucune chair impure n'est entrée dans ma bouche.

15 Et il me répondit : voici, je t'ai donné la fiente des bœufs, au lieu de la fiente de l'homme, et tu feras cuire ton pain avec cette fiente.

16 Puis il me dit : fils d'homme, voici, je m'en vais rompre le bâton du pain dans Jérusalem; et ils mangeront leur pain à poids, et avec chagrin; et ils boiront l'eau par mesure, et avec étonnement;

17 Parce que le pain et l'eau leur manqueront, et ils seront étonnés se regardant l'un l'autre, et ils fondront à cause de leur iniquité.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 805

L’Apocalypse Révélée 350, 880

Brève Explication de la Doctrine 100

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

Doctrine de a Nouvelle Jérusalem sur Le Seigneur 64

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 127

La Vraie Religion Chrétienne 130


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanes Célestes 426, 730, 1296, 2165, 2959, 3104, 3332, ...

L’Apocalypse Révélée 50, 315, 485, 598, 610

Doctrine de a Nouvelle Jérusalem sur Le Seigneur 15, 16, 28

La Doctrine de l'Écriture Sainte 16

La Vraie Religion Chrétienne 296, 782


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 63, 71, 600, 617, 633, 655, 706, ...

On the Athanasian Creed 165

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

Spiritual Experiences 2283

Spiritual Experiences (Travel Diary) 4720

Marriage 39

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 22, 52

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signe
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quarante
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bras
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côtés
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froment
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pain
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vingt
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sicles
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temps
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mesure
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