Amos 9

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Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Vidi Dominum stantem super altare, et dixit : Percute cardinem, et commoveantur superliminaria : avaritia enim in capite omnium, et novissimum eorum in gladio interficiam ; non erit fuga eis. Fugient, et non salvabitur ex eis qui fugerit.

2 Si descenderint usque ad infernum, inde manus mea educet eos ; et si ascenderint usque in cælum, inde detraham eos.

3 Et si absconditi fuerint in vertice Carmeli, inde scrutans auferam eos ; et si celaverint se ab oculis meis in profundo maris, ibi mandabo serpenti, et mordebit eos.

4 Et si abierint in captivitatem coram inimicis suis, ibi mandabo gladio, et occidet eos : et ponam oculos meos super eos in malum, et non in bonum.

5 Et Dominus Deus exercituum, qui tangit terram, et tabescet, et lugebunt omnes habitantes in ea : et ascendet sicut rivus omnis, et defluet sicut fluvius Ægypti.

6 Qui ædificat in cælo ascensionem suam, et fasciculum suum super terram fundavit ; qui vocat aquas maris, et effundit eas super faciem terræ : Dominus nomen ejus.

7 Numquid non ut filii Æthiopum vos estis mihi, filii Israël ? ait Dominus. Numquid non Israël ascendere feci de terra Ægypti, et Palæstinos de Cappadocia, et Syros de Cyrene ?

8 Ecce oculi Domini Dei super regnum peccans : et conteram illud a facie terræ ; verumtamen conterens non conteram domum Jacob, dicit Dominus.

9 Ecce enim mandabo ego, et concutiam in omnibus gentibus domum Israël, sicut concutitur triticum in cribro, et non cadet lapillus super terram.

10 In gladio morientur omnes peccatores populi mei, qui dicunt : Non appropinquabit, et non veniet super nos malum.

11 In die illa suscitabo tabernaculum David, quod cecidit : et reædificabo aperturas murorum ejus, et ea quæ corruerant instaurabo : et reædificabo illud sicut in diebus antiquis,

12 ut possideant reliquias Idumææ, et omnes nationes : eo quod invocatum sit nomen meum super eos, dicit Dominus faciens hæc.

13 Ecce dies veniunt, dicit Dominus, et comprehendet arator messorem, et calcator uvæ mittentem semen : et stillabunt montes dulcedinem, et omnes colli culti erunt.

14 Et convertam captivitatem populi mei Israël ; et ædificabunt civitates desertas, et inhabitabunt ; et plantabunt vineas, et bibent vinum earum, et facient hortos, et comedent fructus eorum.

15 Et plantabo eos super humum suam, et non evellam eos ultra de terra sua, quam dedi eis, dicit Dominus Deus tuus.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 209

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 414, 1069, 1071, 1197, 3322, 4391, 4926, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 90, 238, 316, 336, 503, 704

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 4, 43

Vera Christiana Religio 62, 467

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 275, 376, 405, 433, 581, 654, 799, ...

De Conjugio 62

Dicta Probantia 2, 3, 4, 9, 31, 56, 75

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