Deuteronomium 10

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1 In tempore illo dixit Dominus ad me : Dola tibi duas tabulas lapideas, sicut priores fuerunt, et ascende ad me in montem : faciesque arcam ligneam,

2 et scribam in tabulis verba quæ fuerunt in his qui ante confregisti : ponesque eas in arca.

3 Feci igitur arcam de lignis setim. Cumque dolassem duas tabulas lapideas instar priorum, ascendi in montem, habens eas in manibus.

4 Scripsitque in tabulis, juxta id quod prius scripserat, verba decem, quæ locutus est Dominus ad vos in monte de medio ignis, quando populus congregatus est : et dedit eas mihi.

5 Reversusque de monte, descendi, et posui tabulas in arcam, quam feceram, quæ hucusque ibi sunt, sicut mihi præcepit Dominus.

6 Filii autem Israël moverunt castra ex Beroth filiorum Jacan in Mosera, ubi Aaron mortuus ac sepultus est, pro quo sacerdotio functus est Eleazar filius ejus.

7 Inde venerunt in Gadgad : de quo loco profecti, castrametati sunt in Jetebatha, in terra aquarum atque torrentium.

8 Eo tempore separavit tribum Levi, ut portaret arcam fœderis Domini, et staret coram eo in ministerio, ac benediceret in nomine illius usque in præsentem diem.

9 Quam ob rem non habuit Levi partem, neque possessionem cum fratribus suis : quia ipse Dominus possessio ejus est, sicut promisit ei Dominus Deus tuus.

10 Ego autem steti in monte, sicut prius, quadraginta diebus ac noctibus : exaudivitque me Dominus etiam hac vice, et te perdere noluit.

11 Dixitque mihi : Vade, et præcede populum, ut ingrediatur, et possideat terram, quam juravi patribus eorum ut traderem eis.

12 Et nunc Israël, quid Dominus Deus tuus petit a te, nisi ut timeas Dominum Deum tuum, et ambules in viis ejus, et diligas eum, ac servias Domino Deo tuo in toto corde tuo, et in tota anima tua :

13 custodiasque mandata Domini, et cæremonias ejus, quas ego hodie præcipio tibi, ut bene sit tibi ?

14 En Domini Dei tui cælum est, et cælum cæli, terra, et omnia quæ in ea sunt :

15 et tamen patribus tuis conglutinatus est Dominus, et amavit eos, elegitque semen eorum post eos, id est, vos, de cunctis gentibus, sicut hodie comprobatur.

16 Circumcidite igitur præputium cordis vestri, et cervicem vestram ne induretis amplius :

17 quia Dominus Deus vester ipse est Deus deorum, et Dominus dominantium, Deus magnus, et potens, et terribilis, qui personam non accipit, nec munera.

18 Facit judicium pupillo et viduæ ; amat peregrinum, et dat ei victum atque vestitum.

19 Et vos ergo amate peregrinos, quia et ipsi fuistis advenæ in terra Ægypti.

20 Dominum Deum tuum timebis, et ei soli servies : ipsi adhærebis, jurabisque in nomine illius.

21 Ipse est laus tua, et Deus tuus, qui fecit tibi hæc magnalia et terribilia, quæ viderunt oculi tui.

22 In septuaginta animabus descenderunt patres tui in Ægyptum, et ecce nunc multiplicavit te Dominus Deus tuus sicut astra cæli.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 10      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-5. That a new regenerate will is required in the natural mind.

Verses 6-7. Progression in the religious opinions.

Verses 8-11. The faculty for receiving good in the new will entirely from heaven.

Verses 12-13. The whole duty of man is to keep the commandments.

Verses 14-22. The desire of the Lord to save all as far as possible.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 576, 730, 1288, 1298, 2009, 2039, 2826, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 101, 366, 474, 527, 529, 681, 764

De Amore Conjugiali 315

Doctrina Vitae pro Novae Hierosolyma 59, 61

Doctrine of Faith 54

True Christian Religion 284, 286, 325, 675, 697

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypsis Explicata 102, 340, 444, 608, 675, 696, 700, ...

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