Esodo 14

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Giovanni Diodati Bibbia (1649)         

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1 E il Signore parlò a Mosè, dicendo:

2 Di’ a’ figliuoli d’Israele, che si rivolgano, e si accampino dinanzi alla foce d’Hirot, fra Migdol e il mare, dirincontro a Baal-sefon; ponete campo presso al mare, dirimpetto a quel luogo.

3 E Faraone dirà de’ figliuoli d’Israele: Sono intrigati nel paese; il deserto ha lor serrato il passo.

4 Ed io indurerò il cuor di Faraone, talchè egli li perseguiterà, ed io sarò glorificato in Faraone e in tutto il suo esercito; e gli Egizj conosceranno ch’io sono il Signore. Ed essi fecero così.

5 Or fu rapportato al re di Egitto, che il popolo se ne fuggiva; e il cuore di Faraone e de’ suoi servitori si mutò inverso il popolo, e dissero: Che cosa è questo che noi abbiam fatto, di aver lasciato andar gl’Israeliti, per non servirci più?

6 E Faraone fece mettere i cavalli al suo carro, e prese la sua gente seco.

7 E prese seicento carri scelti, e tutti i carri dell’Egitto, sopra tutti i quali vi erano de’ capitani.

8 E il Signore indurò il cuor di Faraone, re di Egitto; ed egli perseguì i figliuoli di Israele, i quali se ne uscivano a mano alzata.

9 Gli Egizj adunque li perseguirono; e tutti i cavalli, e i carri di Faraone, e i suoi cavalieri, e il suo esercito, li raggiunsero, mentre erano accampati presso al mare, in su la foce d’Hirot, dirimpetto a Baal-sefon.

10 E quando Faraone fu vicino, i figliuoli d’Israele alzarono gli occhi; ed ecco, gli Egizj venivano dietro a loro; onde temettero grandemente, e gridarono al Signore.

11 E dissero a Mosè: Ci hai tu menati a morire nel deserto, perchè mancassero sepolture in Egitto? che cosa è questo che tu ci hai fatto, di averci fatti uscir di Egitto?

12 Non è egli ciò che noi ti dicevamo in Egitto, dicendo: Lasciaci stare, che serviamo agli Egizj? perciocchè meglio era per noi di servire agli Egizj, che di morir nel deserto.

13 E Mosè disse al popolo: Non temete; fermatevi, e state a vedere la liberazione del Signore, la quale oggi egli vi farà; perciocchè voi non vedrete mai più in eterno quegli Egizj che avete oggi veduti.

14 Il Signore combatterà per voi, e voi ve ne starete queti.

15 E il Signore disse a Mosè: Perchè gridi a me? di’ a’ figliuoli d’Israele che camminino.

16 E tu, alza la tua bacchetta, e stendi la tua mano sopra il mare, e fendilo; ed entrino i figliuoli di Israele dentro al mare per l’asciutto.

17 E quant’è a me, ecco, io induro il cuor degli Egizj, ed essi entreranno dietro a loro; ed io sarò glorificato in Faraone, e in tutto il suo esercito, e ne’ suoi carri, e nella sua cavalleria.

18 E gli Egizj sapranno che io sono il Signore, quando io mi sarò glorificato in Faraone, e ne’ suoi carri, e nella sua cavalleria.

19 Allora l’Angelo di Dio che andava davanti al campo degl’Israeliti, si partì, e andò dietro a loro; parimente la colonna della nuvola si partì d’innanzi a loro, e si fermò dietro a loro.

20 E venne fra il campo degli Egizj e il campo degl’Israeliti; e agli uni era nuvola e oscurità; e agli altri illuminava la notte; e l’un campo non si appressò all’altro in tutta quella notte.

21 E Mosè stese la sua mano sopra il mare; e il Signore fece con un potente vento orientale ritrarre il mare tutta quella notte; e ridusse il mare in asciutto, e l’acque furono spartite.

22 E i figliuoli d’Israele entrarono in mezzo al mare per l’asciutto; e l’acque erano loro a guisa di muro, a destra e a sinistra.

23 E gli Egizj li perseguirono; e tutti i cavalli di Faraone, e i suoi carri, e i suoi cavalieri, entrarono dietro a loro in mezzo al mare.

24 E avvenne, alla vigilia della mattina, che il Signore, dalla colonna del fuoco e della nuvola, riguardò verso il campo degli Egizj, e lo mise in rotta.

25 E, levate le ruote de’ lor carri, li conduceva pesantemente. E gli Egizj dissero: Fuggiamo d’innanzi agl’Israeliti; perciocchè il Signore combatte per loro contr’agli Egizj.

26 Allora il Signore disse a Mosè: Stendi la tua mano in sul mare, e l’acque ritorneranno sopra gli Egizj, e sopra i lor carri, e sopra i lor cavalieri.

27 Mosè adunque stese la sua mano in sul mare; e, in sul far della mattina, il mare ritornò al suo corso violento; e gli Egizj gli fuggivano incontro; ma il Signore li traboccò in mezzo al mare.

28 E l’acque ritornarono, e coprirono i carri e i cavalieri di tutto l’esercito di Faraone, i quali erano entrati dentro al mare dietro agl’Israeliti; e’ non iscampò di loro neppur uno.

29 Ma i figliuoli d’Israele camminarono per l’asciutto in mezzo al mare, e l’acque erano loro a guisa di muro a destra e a sinistra.

30 Così in quel giorno il Signore salvò gl’Israeliti dalle mani degli Egizj; e gli Israeliti videro gli Egizj morti in sul lito del mare.

31 E Israele vide la gran mano che il Signore avea adoperata contro agli Egizj, e temette il Signore, e credette al Signore e a Mosè suo servitore.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8125, 8126, 8127, 8128, 8129, 8130, 8131, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 503


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 842, 878, 4236, 4876, 4936, 5215, 5321, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 343, 485

True Christian Religion 635


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Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 34, 41

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parlò
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mosè
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figliuoli
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d’israele
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israele
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mare
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deserto
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glorificato
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esercito
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re
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Egitto
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servitori
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noi
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mano
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cavalieri
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vicino
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occhi
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dietro a
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morire
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servire
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disse
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vedere
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oggi
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angelo
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di Dio
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campo
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nuvola
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