Jeremiah 39

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Italian: Riveduta Bible (1927)         

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1 Quando Gerusalemme fu presa il nono anno di Sedekia, re di Giuda, il decimo mese, Nebucadnetsar, re di Babilonia venne con tutto il suo esercito contro Gerusalemme e la cinse d’assedio;

2 l’undecimo anno di Sedekia, il quarto mese, il nono giorno, una breccia fu fatta nella città

3 tutti i capi del re di Babilonia entrarono, e si stabilirono alla porta di mezzo: Nergal-saretser, Samgar-nebu, Sarsekim, capo degli eunuchi, Nergal-saretser, capo dei magi, e tutti gli altri capi del re di Babilonia.

4 E quando Sedekia, re di Giuda, e tutta la gente di guerra li ebbero veduti, fuggirono, uscirono di notte dalla città per la via del giardino reale, per la porta fra le due mura, e presero la via della pianura.

5 Ma l’esercito de’ Caldei li inseguì, e raggiunse Sedekia nelle campagne di Gerico. Lo presero, lo menaron su da Nebucadnetsar, re di Babilonia, a Ribla, nel paese di Hamath, dove il re pronunziò la sua sentenza su di lui.

6 E il re di Babilonia fece scannare i figliuoli di Sedekia, a Ribla, sotto gli occhi di lui; il re di Babilonia fece pure scannare tutti i notabili di Giuda;

7 poi fece cavar gli occhi a Sedekia, e lo fe’ legare con una doppia catena di rame per menarlo in Babilonia.

8 I Caldei incendiarono la casa del re e le case del popolo, e abbatterono le mura di Gerusalemme;

9 e Nebuzaradan, capo delle guardie, menò in cattività a Babilonia il residuo della gente ch’era ancora nella città, quelli ch’erano andati ad arrendersi a lui, e il resto del popolo.

10 Ma Nebuzaradan, capo delle guardie, lasciò nel paese di Giuda alcuni de’ più poveri fra il popolo i quali non avevano nulla, e diede loro in quel giorno vigne e campi.

11 Or Nebucadnetsar, re di Babilonia, avea dato a Nebuzaradan, capo delle guardie, quest’ordine riguardo a Geremia:

12 "Prendilo, veglia su lui, e non gli fare alcun male ma comportati verso di lui com’egli ti dirà".

13 Così Nebuzaradan, capo delle guardie, Nebushazban, capo degli eunuchi, Nergal-saretser, capo de’ magi, e tutti i capi del re di Babilonia

14 mandarono a far trarre Geremia fuori dal cortile della prigione, e lo consegnarono a Ghedalia, figliuolo di Ahikam, figliuolo di Shafan, perché fosse menato a casa; e così egli abitò fra il popolo.

15 Or la parola dell’Eterno fu rivolta a Geremia in questi termini, mentr’egli era rinchiuso nel cortile della prigione:

16 "Va’ e parla ad Ebed-melec, l’etiopo digli: Così parla l’Eterno degli eserciti, l’Iddio d’Israele: Ecco, io sto per adempiere su questa città, per il suo male e non per il suo bene, le parole che ho pronunziate, ed in quel giorno esse si avvereranno in tua presenza.

17 Ma in quel giorno io ti libererò, dice l’Eterno; e tu non sarai dato in mano degli uomini che temi;

18 poiché, certo, io ti farò scampare, e tu non cadrai per la spada; la tua vita sarà il tuo bottino, giacché hai posto la tua fiducia in me, dice l’Eterno".

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 105


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3448, 6442

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 39, 53

True Christian Religion 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 409, 919, 1029

Marriage 93

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