Jeremias 27

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1 In principio regni Joakim filii Josiæ regis Juda, factum est verbum istud ad Jeremiam a Domino, dicens :

2 Hæc dicit Dominus ad me : Fac tibi vincula et catenas, et pones eas in collo tuo,

3 et mittes eas ad regem Edom, et ad regem Moab, et ad regem filiorum Ammon, et ad regem Tyri, et ad regem Sidonis, in manu nuntiorum qui venerunt Jerusalem ad Sedeciam regem Juda.

4 Et præcipies eis ut ad dominos suos loquantur : Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Hæc dicetis ad dominos vestros :

5 Ego feci terram, et homines, et jumenta quæ sunt super faciem terræ, in fortitudo mea magna, et in brachio meo extento, et dedi eam ei qui placuit in oculis meis.

6 Et nunc itaque ego dedi omnes terras istas in manu Nabuchodonosor regis Babylonis servi mei : insuper et bestias agri dedi ei, ut serviant illi :

7 et servient ei omnes gentes, et filio ejus, et filio filii ejus, donec veniat tempus terræ ejus et ipsius : et servient ei gentes multæ et reges magni.

8 Gens autem et regnum quod non servierit Nabuchodonosor regi Babylonis, et quicumque non curvaverit collum suum sub jugo regis Babylonis, in gladio, et in fame, et in peste visitabo super gentem illam, ait Dominus, donec consumam eos in manu ejus.

9 Vos ergo, nolite audire prophetas vestros, et divinos, et somniatores, et augures, et maleficos, qui dicunt vobis : Non servietis regi Babylonis :

10 quia mendacium prophetant vobis, ut longe vos faciant de terra vestra, et ejiciant vos, et pereatis.

11 Porro gens quæ subjecerit cervicem suam sub jugo regis Babylonis, et servierit ei, dimittam eam in terra sua, dicit Dominus, et colet eam, et habitabit in ea.

12 Et ad Sedeciam regem Juda locutus sum secundum omnia verba hæc, dicens : Subjicite colla vestra sub jugo regis Babylonis, et servite ei, et populo ejus, et vivetis.

13 Quare moriemini, tu et populus tuus, gladio, et fame, et peste, sicut locutus est Dominus ad gentem quæ servire noluerit regi Babylonis ?

14 Nolite audire verba prophetarum dicentium vobis : Non servietis regi Babylonis : quia mendacium ipsi loquuntur vobis.

15 Quia non misi eos, ait Dominus : et ipsi prophetant in nomine meo mendaciter, ut ejiciant vos, et pereatis, tam vos quam prophetæ qui vaticinantur vobis.

16 Et ad sacerdotes, et ad populum istum, locutus sum, dicens : Hæc dicit Dominus : Nolite audire verba prophetarum vestrorum, qui prophetant vobis, dicentes : Ecce vasa Domini revertentur de Babylone nunc cito : mendacium enim prophetant vobis.

17 Nolite ergo audire eos : sed servite regi Babylonis, ut vivatis : quare datur hæc civitas in solitudinem ?

18 Et si prophetæ sunt, et est verbum Domini in eis, occurrant Domino exercituum, ut non veniant vasa quæ derelicta fuerant in domo Domini, et in domo regis Juda, et in Jerusalem, in Babylonem.

19 Quia hæc dicit Dominus exercituum ad columnas, et ad mare, et ad bases, et ad reliqua vasorum, quæ remanserunt in civitate hac,

20 quæ non tulit Nabuchodonosor rex Babylonis, cum transferret Jechoniam filium Joakim regem Juda de Jerusalem in Babylonem, et omnes optimates Juda et Jerusalem :

21 quia hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël, ad vasa quæ derelicta sunt in domo Domini, et in domo regis Juda et Jerusalem :

22 In Babylonem transferentur, et ibi erunt, usque ad diem visitationis suæ, dicit Dominus, et afferri faciam ea, et restitui in loco isto.


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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 811

De Sensu Interno Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 93

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1327, 2242, 3542, 4933, 6588, 7102, 7205, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 567

Doctrine of the Lord 53

True Christian Religion 158

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 304, 650, 1029

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58, 59

Dicta Probantia 4, 51

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