Ezechiel 17

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Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

2 Fili hominis, propone ænigma, et narra parabolam ad domum Israël,

3 et dices : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Aquila grandis magnarum alarum, longo membrorum ductu, plena plumis et varietate, venit ad Libanum, et tulit medullam cedri.

4 Summitatem frondium ejus avulsit, et transportavit eam in terram Chanaan : in urbe negotiatorum posuit illam.

5 Et tulit de semine terræ, et posuit illud in terra pro semine, ut firmaret radicem super aquas multas : in superficie posuit illud.

6 Cumque germinasset, crevit in vineam latiorem, humili statura, respicientibus ramis ejus ad eam, et radices ejus sub illa erant : facta est ergo vinea, et fructificavit in palmites, et emisit propagines.

7 Et facta est aquila altera grandis, magnis alis, multisque plumis : et ecce vinea ista quasi mittens radices suas ad eam, palmites suos extendit ad illam, ut irrigaret eam de areolis germinis sui.

8 In terra bona super aquas multas plantata est, ut faciat frondes, et portet fructum, ut sit in vineam grandem.

9 Dic : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Ergone prosperabitur ? nonne radices ejus evellet, et fructus ejus distringet, et siccabit omnes palmites germinis ejus, et arescet, et non in brachio grandi, neque in populo multo, ut evelleret eam radicitus ?

10 Ecce plantata est : ergone prosperabitur ? nonne, cum tetigerit eam ventus urens, siccabitur, et in areis germinis sui arescet ?

11 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

12 Dic ad domum exasperantem : Nescitis quid ista significent ? Dic : Ecce venit rex Babylonis in Jerusalem, et assumet regem et principes ejus, et adducet eos ad semetipsum in Babylonem.

13 Et tollet de semine regni, ferietque cum eo fœdus, et ab eo accipiet jusjurandum. Sed et fortes terræ tollet,

14 ut sit regnum humile, et non elevetur, sed custodiat pactum ejus, et servet illud.

15 Qui recedens ab eo misit nuntios ad Ægyptum, ut daret sibi equos et populum multum : numquid prosperabitur, vel consequetur salutem, qui fecit hæc ? et qui dissolvit pactum, numquid effugiet ?

16 Vivo ego, dicit Dominus Deus, quoniam in loco regis qui constituit eum regem, cujus fecit irritum juramentum, et solvit pactum quod habebat cum eo, in medio Babylonis morietur.

17 Et non in exercitu grandi, neque in populo multo, faciet contra eum Pharao prælium : in jactu aggeris, et in exstructione vallorum, ut interficiat animas multas.

18 Spreverat enim juramentum, ut solveret fœdus, et ecce dedit manum suam : et cum omnia hæc fecerit, non effugiet.

19 Propterea hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Vivo ego, quoniam juramentum quod sprevit, et fœdus quod prævaricatus est, ponam in caput ejus.

20 Et expandam super eum rete meum, et comprehendetur in sagena mea : et adducam eum in Babylonem, et judicabo eum ibi in prævaricatione qua despexit me.

21 Et omnes profugi ejus, cum universo agmine suo, gladio cadent : residui autem in omnem ventum dispergentur, et scietis quia ego Dominus locutus sum.

22 Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Et sumam ego de medulla cedri sublimis, et ponam : et vertice ramorum ejus tenerum distringam, et plantabo super montem excelsum et eminentem.

23 In monte sublimi Israël plantabo illud, et erumpet in germen, et faciet fructum, et erit in cedrum magam : et habitabunt sub ea omnes volucres, et universum volatile sub umbra frondium ejus nidificabit :

24 et scient omnia ligna regionis quia ego Dominus humiliavi lignum sublime, et exaltavi lignum humile : et siccavi lignum viride, et frondere feci lignum aridum. Ego Dominus locutus sum, et feci.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 140


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 40, 368, 776, 885, 2702, 3448, 3901, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 244, 298, 343, 400, 401, 757, 759

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 28

Vera Christiana Religio 290, 468


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 109, 281, 283, 355, 419, 507, 577, ...

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