Deuteronomium 29

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1 Hæc sunt verba fœderis quod præcepit Dominus Moysi ut feriret cum filiis Israël in terra Moab : præter illud fœdus, quod cum eis pepigit in Horeb.

2 Vocavitque Moyses omnem Israël, et dixit ad eos : Vos vidistis universa, quæ fecit Dominus coram vobis in terra Ægypti Pharaoni, et omnibus servis ejus, universæque terræ illius,

3 tentationes magnas, quas viderunt oculi tui, signa illa, portentaque ingentia,

4 et non dedit vobis Dominus cor intelligens, et oculos videntes, et aures quæ possunt audire, usque in præsentem diem.

5 Adduxit vos quadraginta annis per desertum : non sunt attrita vestimenta vestra, nec calceamenta pedum vestrorum vetustate consumpta sunt.

6 Panem non comedistis, vinum et siceram non bibistis : ut sciretis quia ego sum Dominus Deus vester.

7 Et venistis ad hunc locum : egressusque est Sehon rex Hesebon, et Og rex Basan, occurrentes nobis ad pugnam. Et percussimus eos,

8 et tulimus terram eorum, ac tradidimus possidendam Ruben et Gad, et dimidiæ tribui Manasse.

9 Custodite ergo verba pacti hujus, et implete ea : ut intelligatis universa quæ facitis.

10 Vos statis hodie cuncti coram Domino Deo vestro, principes vestri, et tribus, ac majores natu, atque doctores, omnis populus Israël,

11 liberi et uxores vestræ, et advena qui tecum moratur in castris, exceptis lignorum cæsoribus, et his qui comportant aquas :

12 ut transeas in fœdere Domini Dei tui, et in jurejurando quod hodie Dominus Deus tuus percutit tecum :

13 ut suscitet te sibi in populum, et ipse sit Deus tuus sicut locutus est tibi, et sicut juravit patribus tuis, Abraham, Isaac, et Jacob.

14 Nec vobis solis ego hoc fœdus ferio, et hæc juramenta confirmo,

15 sed cunctis præsentibus et absentibus.

16 Vos enim nostis quomodo habitaverimus in terra Ægypti, et quomodo transierimus per medium nationum, quas transeuntes

17 vidistis abominationes et sordes, id est, idola eorum, lignum et lapidem, argentum et aurum, quæ colebant.

18 Ne forte sit inter vos vir aut mulier, familia aut tribus, cujus cor aversum est hodie a Domino Deo nostro, ut vadat et serviat diis illarum gentium : et sit inter vos radix germinans fel et amaritudinem.

19 Cumque audierit verba juramenti hujus, benedicat sibi in corde suo, dicens : Pax erit mihi, et ambulabo in pravitate cordis mei : et absumat ebria sitientem,

20 et Dominus non ignoscat ei : sed tunc quam maxime furor ejus fumet, et zelus contra hominem illum, et sedeant super eum omnia maledicta, quæ scripta sunt in hoc volumine : et deleat Dominus nomen ejus sub cælo,

21 et consumat eum in perditionem ex omnibus tribubus Israël, juxta maledictiones, quæ in libro legis hujus ac fœderis continentur.

22 Dicetque sequens generatio, et filii qui nascentur deinceps, et peregrini qui de longe venerint, videntes plagas terræ illius, et infirmitates, quibus eam afflixerit Dominus,

23 sulphure, et salis ardore comburens, ita ut ultra non seratur, nec virens quippiam germinet, in exemplum subversionis Sodomæ et Gomorrhæ, Adamæ et Seboim, quas subvertit Dominus in ira et furore suo.

24 Et dicent omnes gentes : Quare sic fecit Dominus terræ huic ? quæ est hæc ira furoris ejus immensa ?

25 Et respondebunt : Quia dereliquerunt pactum Domini, quod pepigit cum patribus eorum, quando eduxit eos de terra Ægypti :

26 et servierunt diis alienis, et adoraverunt eos, quos nesciebant, et quibus non fuerant attributi :

27 idcirco iratus est furor Domini contra terram istam, ut induceret super eam omnia maledicta, quæ in hoc volumine scripta sunt :

28 et ejecit eos de terra sua in ira et in furore, et in indignatione maxima, projecitque in terram alienam, sicut hodie comprobatur.

29 Abscondita, Domino Deo nostro ; quæ manifesta sunt, nobis et filiis nostris usque in sempiternum, ut faciamus universa verba legis hujus.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 29      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-9. A brief résumé of the past, showing from experience the necessity of keeping the Divine commands.

Verses 10-15. All the faculties of the soul are present before the Lord, who desires to bring them all to Himself, as well as their future developments.

Verses 16-17. The evils of the unregenerate heart have now been perceived.

Verses 18-21. Let not anyone imagine that it is possible to follow after these evils and yet retain spiritual life.

Verses 22-28. The higher principles of the mind become, if perverted, more depraved than those which are external.

Verse 29. The operation of Divine Providence is secret, but this is plain, that the Divine commands must be worked out in the life.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 212, 1666, 2455, 2838, 3614, 4317, 5798, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 410, 452, 502, 635


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypsis Explicata 519, 578, 653, 701

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