Jeremias 39

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Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Anno nono Sedeciæ regis Juda, mense decimo, venit Nabuchodonosor rex Babylonis, et omnis exercitus ejus, ad Jerusalem, et obsidebant eam.

2 Undecimo autem anno Sedeciæ, mense quarto, quinta mensis, aperta est civitas :

3 et ingressi sunt omnes principes regis Babylonis, et sederunt in porta media : Neregel, Sereser, Semegarnabu, Sarsachim, Rabsares, Neregel, Sereser, Rebmag, et omnes reliqui principes regis Babylonis.

4 Cumque vidisset eos Sedecias rex Juda, et omnes viri bellatores, fugerunt : et egressi sunt nocte de civitate per viam horti regis, et per portam quæ erat inter duos muros, et egressi sunt ad viam deserti.

5 Persecutus est autem eos exercitus Chaldæorum, et comprehenderunt Sedeciam in campo solitudinis Jerichontinæ, et captum adduxerunt ad Nabuchodonosor regem Babylonis, in Reblatha, quæ est in terra Emath : et locutus est ad eum judicia.

6 Et occidit rex Babylonis filios Sedeciæ in Reblatha, in oculis ejus : et omnes nobiles Juda occidit rex Babylonis.

7 Oculos quoque Sedeciæ eruit, et vinxit eum compedibus ut duceretur in Babylonem.

8 Domum quoque regis et domum vulgi succenderunt Chaldæi igni, et murum Jerusalem subverterunt.

9 Et reliquias populi qui remanserant in civitate, et perfugas qui transfugerant ad eum, et superfluos vulgi qui remanserant, transtulit Nabuzardan, magister militum, in Babylonem.

10 Et de plebe pauperum, qui nihil penitus habebant, dimisit Nabuzardan, magister militum, in terra Juda, et dedit eis vineas et cisternas in die illa.

11 Præceperat autem Nabuchodonosor rex Babylonis de Jeremia Nabuzardan, magistro militum, dicens :

12 Tolle illum, et pone super eum oculos tuos, nihilque ei mali facias : sed ut voluerit, sic facias ei.

13 Misit ergo Nabuzardan princeps militiæ, et Nabusezban, et Rabsares, et Neregel, et Sereser, et Rebmag, et omnes optimates regis Babylonis,

14 miserunt, et tulerunt Jeremiam de vestibulo carceris, et tradiderunt eum Godoliæ filio Ahicam filii Saphan, ut intraret in domum, et habitaret in populo.

15 Ad Jeremiam autem factus fuerat sermo Domini, cum clausus esset in vestibulo carceris, dicens :

16 Vade, et dic Abdemelech Æthiopi, dicens : Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Ecce ego inducam sermones meos super civitatem hanc in malum, et non in bonum, et erunt in conspectu tuo in die illa.

17 Et liberabo te in die illa, ait Dominus, et non traderis in manus virorum quos tu formidas :

18 sed eruens liberabo te, et gladio non cades, sed erit tibi anima tua in salutem, quia in me habuisti fiduciam, ait Dominus.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 105


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3448, 6442

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 4, 39, 53

Vera Christiana Religio 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 409, 919, 1029

De Conjugio 93

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