Ezechiel 33

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Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

2 Fili hominis, loquere ad filios populi tui, et dices ad eos : Terra, cum induxero super eam gladium, et tulerit populus terræ virum unum de novissimis suis, et constituerit eum super se speculatorem :

3 et ille viderit gladium venientem super terram, et cecinerit buccina, et annuntiaverit populo :

4 audiens autem, quisquis ille est, sonitum buccinæ, et non se observaverit, veneritque gladius, et tulerit eum, sanguis ipsius super caput ejus erit.

5 Sonum buccinæ audivit, et non se observavit : sanguis ejus in ipso erit ; si autem se custodierit, animam suam salvabit.

6 Quod si speculator viderit gladium venientem, et non insonuerit buccina, et populus se non custodierit, veneritque gladius, et tulerit de eis animam : ille quidem in iniquitate sua captus est, sanguinem autem ejus de manu speculatoris requiram.

7 Et tu, fili hominis, speculatorem dedi te domui Israël : audiens ergo ex ore meo sermonem, annuntiabis eis ex me.

8 Si me dicente ad impium : Impie, morte morieris : non fueris locutus ut se custodiat impius a via sua, ipse impius in iniquitate sua morietur, sanguinem autem ejus de manu tua requiram.

9 Si autem annuntiante te ad impium ut a viis suis convertatur, non fuerit conversus a via sua, ipse in iniquitate sua morietur, porro tu animam tuam liberasti.

10 Tu ergo, fili hominis, dic ad domum Israël : Sic locuti estis, dicentes : Iniquitates nostræ et peccata nostra super nos sunt, et in ipsis nos tabescimus : quomodo ergo vivere poterimus ?

11 Dic ad eos : Vivo ego, dicit Dominus Deus, nolo mortem impii, sed ut convertatur impius a via sua, et vivat. Convertimini, convertimini a viis vestris pessimis : et quare moriemini, domus Israël ?

12 Tu itaque, fili hominis, dic ad filios populi tui : Justitia justi non liberabit eum, in quacumque die peccaverit : et impietas impii non nocebit ei, in quacumque die conversus fuerit ab impietate sua : et justus non poterit vivere in justitia sua, in quacumque die peccaverit.

13 Etiamsi dixero justo quod vita vivat, et confisus in justitia sua fecerit iniquitatem, omnes justitiæ ejus oblivioni tradentur, et in iniquitate sua quam operatus est, in ipsa morietur.

14 Si autem dixero impio : Morte morieris : et egerit pœnitentiam a peccato suo, feceritque judicium et justitiam,

15 et pignus restituerit ille impius, rapinamque reddiderit, in mandatis vitæ ambulaverit, nec fecerit quidquam injustum, vita vivet, et non morietur.

16 Omnia peccata ejus, quæ peccavit, non imputabuntur ei : judicium et justitiam fecit : vita vivet.

17 Et dixerunt filii populi tui : Non est æqui ponderis via Domini : et ipsorum via injusta est.

18 Cum enim recesserit justus a justitia sua, feceritque iniquitates, morietur in eis.

19 Et cum recesserit impius ab impietate sua, feceritque judicium et justitiam, vivet in eis.

20 Et dicitis : Non est recta via Domini. Unumquemque juxta vias suas judicabo de vobis, domus Israël.

21 Et factum est in duodecimo anno, in decimo mense, in quinta mensis transmigrationis nostræ, venit ad me qui fugerat de Jerusalem, dicens : Vastata est civitas.

22 Manus autem Domini facta fuerat ad me vespere, antequam veniret qui fugerat : aperuitque os meum donec veniret ad me mane : et aperto ore meo, non silui amplius.

23 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

24 Fili hominis, qui habitant in ruinosis his super humum Israël, loquentes aiunt : Unus erat Abraham, et hæreditate possedit terram : nos autem multi sumus : nobis data est terra in possessionem.

25 Idcirco dices ad eos : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Qui in sanguine comeditis, et oculos vestros levatis ad immunditias vestras, et sanguinem funditis, numquid terram hæreditate possidebitis ?

26 stetistis in gladiis vestris, fecistis abominationes, et unusquisque uxorem proximi sui polluit : et terram hæreditate possidebitis ?

27 Hæc dices ad eos : Sic dicit Dominus Deus : Vivo ego, quia qui in ruinosis habitant, gladio cadent : et qui in agro est, bestiis tradetur ad devorandum : qui autem in præsidiis et speluncis sunt, peste morientur.

28 Et dabo terram in solitudinem et in desertum, et deficiet superba fortitudo ejus : et desolabuntur montes Israël, eo quod nullus sit qui per eos transeat :

29 et scient quia ego Dominus, cum dedero terram eorum desolatam et desertam, propter universas abominationes suas, quas operati sunt.

30 Et tu, fili hominis, filii populi tui, qui loquuntur de te juxta muros et in ostiis domorum, et dicunt unus ad alterum, vir ad proximum suum, loquentes : Venite, et audiamus quis sit sermo egrediens a Domino.

31 Et veniunt ad te, quasi si ingrediatur populus, et sedent coram te populus meus : et audiunt sermones tuos, et non faciunt eos, quia in canticum oris sui vertunt illos, et avaritiam suam sequitur cor eorum.

32 Et es eis quasi carmen musicum, quod suavi dulcique sono canitur : et audiunt verba tua, et non faciunt ea.

33 Et cum venerit quod prædictum est (ecce enim venit), tunc scient quod prophetes fuerit inter eos.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 156


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 612, 2235, 6367, 7102, 8711, 9263

Apocalypsis Revelata 567, 668

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 28

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Scriptura Sacra 85

Vera Christiana Religio 51


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 55, 304, 388, 405, 650

Coronis 56

De Conjugio 51

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