Jeremias 42

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1 Et accesserunt omnes principes bellatorum, et Johanan filius Caree, et Jezonias filius Osaiæ, et reliquum vulgus, a parvo usque ad magnum,

2 dixeruntque ad Jeremiam prophetam : Cadat oratio nostra in conspectu tuo, et ora pro nobis ad Dominum Deum tuum, pro universis reliquiis istis, quia derelicti sumus pauci de pluribus, sicut oculi tui non intuentur :

3 et annuntiet nobis Dominus Deus tuus viam per quam pergamus, et verbum quod faciamus.

4 Dixit autem ad eos Jeremias propheta : Audivi. Ecce ego oro ad Dominum Deum vestrum secundum verba vestra : omne verbum quodcumque responderit mihi indicabo vobis, nec celabo vos quidquam.

5 Et illi dixerunt ad Jeremiam : Sit Dominus inter nos testis veritatis et fidei, si non, juxta omne verbum in quo miserit te Dominus Deus tuus ad nos, sic faciemus :

6 sive bonum est, sive malum, voci Domini Dei nostri, ad quem mittimus te, obediemus, ut bene sit nobis cum audierimus vocem Domini Dei nostri.

7 Cum autem completi essent decem dies, factum est verbum Domini ad Jeremiam,

8 vocavitque Johanan filium Caree, et omnes principes bellatorum qui erant cum eo, et universum populum, a minimo usque ad magnum.

9 Et dixit ad eos : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus Israël, ad quem misistis me ut prosternerem preces vestras in conspectu ejus :

10 Si quiescentes manseritis in terra hac, ædificabo vos, et non destruam : plantabo, et non evellam : jam enim placatus sum super malo quod feci vobis.

11 Nolite timere a facie regis Babylonis, quem vos pavidi formidatis : nolite metuere eum, dicit Dominus, quia vobiscum sum ego ut salvos vos faciam, et eruam de manu ejus :

12 et dabo vobis misericordias, et miserebor vestri, et habitare vos faciam in terra vestra.

13 Si autem dixeritis vos : Non habitabimus in terra ista, nec audiemus vocem Domini Dei nostri,

14 dicentes : Nequaquam, sed ad terram Ægypti pergemus, ubi non videbimus bellum, et clangorem tubæ non audiemus, et famem non sustinebimus, et ibi habitabimus :

15 propter hoc nunc audite verbum Domini, reliquiæ Juda : Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Si posueritis faciem vestram ut ingrediamini Ægyptum, et intraveritis ut ibi habitetis,

16 gladius quem vos formidatis ibi comprehendet vos in terra Ægypti : et fames, pro qua estis solliciti, adhærebit vobis in Ægypto, et ibi moriemini.

17 Omnesque viri qui posuerunt faciem suam ut ingrediantur Ægyptum, ut habitent ibi, morientur gladio, et fame, et peste : nullus de eis remanebit, nec effugiet a facie mali quod ego afferam super eos.

18 Quia hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Sicut conflatus est furor meus et indignatio mea super habitatores Jerusalem, sic conflabitur indignatio mea super vos cum ingressi fueritis Ægyptum : et eritis in jusjurandum, et in stuporem, et in maledictum, et in opprobrium, et nequaquam ultra videbitis locum istum.

19 Verbum Domini super vos, reliquiæ Juda : Nolite intrare Ægyptum : scientes scietis, quia obtestatus sum vos hodie,

20 quia decepistis animas vestras. Vos enim misistis me ad Dominum Deum nostrum, dicentes : Ora pro nobis ad Dominum Deum nostrum, et juxta omnia quæcumque dixerit tibi Dominus Deus noster, sic annuntia nobis, et faciemus.

21 Et annuntiavi vobis hodie, et non audistis vocem Domini Dei vestri super universis pro quibus misit me ad vos.

22 Nunc ergo scientes scietis quia gladio, et fame, et peste moriemini in loco ad quem voluistis intrare ut habitaretis ibi.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 108


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1165, 2588, 7102

Apocalypsis Revelata 323, 503

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 39, 53

Vera Christiana Religio 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 386, 654

De Conjugio 93

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