Deuteronomium 30

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1 Cum ergo venerint super te omnes sermones isti, benedictio sive maledictio, quam proposui in conspectu tuo : et ductus pœnitudine cordis tui in universis gentibus, in quas disperserit te Dominus Deus tuus,

2 et reversus fueris ad eum, et obedieris ejus imperiis, sicut ego hodie præcipio tibi, cum filiis tuis, in toto corde tuo, et in tota anima tua :

3 reducet Dominus Deus tuus captivitatem tuam, ac miserebitur tui, et rursum congregabit te de cunctis populis, in quos te ante dispersit.

4 Si ad cardines cæli fueris dissipatus, inde te retrahet Dominus Deus tuus,

5 et assumet, atque introducet in terram, quam possederunt patres tui, et obtinebis eam : et benedicens tibi, majoris numeri te esse faciat quam fuerunt patres tui.

6 Circumcidet Dominus Deus tuus cor tuum, et cor seminis tui, ut diligas Dominum Deum tuum in toto corde tuo, et in tota anima tua, ut possis vivere.

7 Omnes autem maledictiones has convertet super inimicos tuos, et eos qui oderunt te et persequuntur.

8 Tu autem reverteris, et audies vocem Domini Dei tui, faciesque universa mandata quæ ego præcipio tibi hodie :

9 et abundare te faciet Dominus Deus tuus in cunctis operibus manuum tuarum, in sobole uteri tui, et in fructu jumentorum tuorum, in ubertate terræ tuæ, et in rerum omnium largitate. Revertetur enim Dominus, ut gaudeat super te in omnibus bonis, sicut gavisus est in patribus tuis :

10 si tamen audieris vocem Domini Dei tui, et custodieris præcepta ejus et cæremonias, quæ in hac lege conscripta sunt : et revertaris ad Dominum Deum tuum in toto corde tuo, et in tota anima tua.

11 Mandatum hoc, quod ego præcipio tibi hodie, non supra te est, neque procul positum,

12 nec in cælo situm, ut possis dicere : Quis nostrum valet ad cælum ascendere, ut deferat illud ad nos, et audiamus atque opere compleamus ?

13 neque trans mare positum : ut causeris, et dicas : Quis ex nobis poterit transfretare mare, et illud ad nos usque deferre, ut possimus audire et facere quod præceptum est ?

14 sed juxta te est sermo valde, in ore tuo, et in corde tuo, ut facias illum.

15 Considera quod hodie proposuerim in conspectu tuo, vitam et bonum, et e contrario mortem et malum :

16 ut diligas Dominum Deum tuum, et ambules in viis ejus, et custodias mandata illius ac cæremonias atque judicia : et vivas, atque multiplicet te, benedicatque tibi in terra, ad quam ingredieris possidendam.

17 Si autem aversum fuerit cor tuum, et audire nolueris, atque errore deceptus adoraveris deos alienos, et servieris eis :

18 prædico tibi hodie quod pereas, et parvo tempore moreris in terra, ad quam, Jordane transmisso, ingredieris possidendam.

19 Testes invoco hodie cælum et terram, quod proposuerim vobis vitam et mortem, benedictionem et maledictionem. Elige ergo vitam, ut et tu vivas, et semen tuum :

20 et diligas Dominum Deum tuum, atque obedias voci ejus, et illi adhæreas (ipse est enim vita tua, et longitudo dierum tuorum), ut habites in terra, pro qua juravit Dominus patribus tuis, Abraham, Isaac, et Jacob, ut daret eam illis.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 30      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-10 If in any state the soul repents of its evils, and turns to the Lord with the whole heart, all the blessings before enumerated shall be heaped upon it, and all the curses removed far fromit.

Verses 11-14. The simplicity and clearness of the Divine commands.

Verses 15-20. The choice between life and death rests with the soul, and is most plainly set before it.

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