Jeremias 44

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1 Verbum quod factum est per Jeremiam ad omnes Judæos qui habitabant in terra Ægypti, habitantes in Magdalo, et in Taphnis, et in Memphis, et in terra Phatures, dicens :

2 Hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Vos vidistis omne malum istud quod adduxi super Jerusalem, et super omnes urbes Juda : et ecce desertæ sunt hodie, et non est in eis habitator,

3 propter malitiam quam fecerunt ut me ad iracundiam provocarent, et irent ut sacrificarent, et colerent deos alienos quos nesciebant, et illi, et vos, et patres vestri.

4 Et misi ad vos omnes servos meos prophetas, de nocte consurgens, mittensque et dicens : Nolite facere verbum abominationis hujuscemodi, quam odivi.

5 Et non audierunt, nec inclinaverunt aurem suam, ut converterentur a malis suis, et non sacrificarent diis alienis.

6 Et conflata est indignatio mea et furor meus, et succensa est in civitatibus Juda, et in plateis Jerusalem, et versæ sunt in solitudinem et vastitatem secundum diem hanc.

7 Et nunc hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Quare vos facitis malum grande hoc contra animas vestras, ut intereat ex vobis vir et mulier, parvulus et lactens, de medio Judæ, nec relinquatur vobis quidquam residuum :

8 provocantes me in operibus manuum vestrarum, sacrificando diis alienis in terra Ægypti, in quam ingressi estis ut habitetis ibi et dispereatis, et sitis in maledictionem et in opprobrium cunctis gentibus terræ ?

9 Numquid obliti estis mala patrum vestrorum, et mala regum Juda, et mala uxorum ejus, et mala vestra, et mala uxorum vestrarum, quæ fecerunt in terra Juda, et in regionibus Jerusalem ?

10 Non sunt mundati usque ad diem hanc : et non timuerunt, et non ambulaverunt in lege Domini, et in præceptis meis, quæ dedi coram vobis et coram patribus vestris.

11 Ideo hæc dicit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël : Ecce ego ponam faciem meam in vobis in malum : et disperdam omnem Judam.

12 Et assumam reliquias Judæ, qui posuerunt facies suas ut ingrederentur terram Ægypti, et habitarent ibi, et consumentur omnes in terra Ægypti : cadent in gladio, et in fame, et consumentur a minimo usque ad maximum : in gladio et in fame morientur, et erunt in jusjurandum, et in miraculum, et in maledictionem, et in opprobrium.

13 Et visitabo super habitatores terræ Ægypti, sicut visitavi super Jerusalem, in gladio, et fame, et peste :

14 et non erit qui effugiat, et sit residuus de reliquis Judæorum qui vadunt ut peregrinentur in terra Ægypti, et revertantur in terram Juda, ad quam ipsi elevant animas suas ut revertantur, et habitent ibi : non revertentur, nisi qui fugerint.

15 Responderunt autem Jeremiæ omnes viri scientes quod sacrificarent uxores eorum diis alienis, et universæ mulieres quarum stabat multitudo grandis, et omnis populus habitantium in terra Ægypti in Phatures, dicentes :

16 Sermonem quem locutus es ad nos in nomine Domini, non audiemus ex te :

17 sed facientes faciemus omne verbum quod egredietur de ore nostro, ut sacrificemus reginæ cæli, et libemus ei libamina, sicut fecimus nos et patres nostri, reges nostri et principes nostri, in urbibus Juda, et in plateis Jerusalem : et saturati sumus panibus, et bene nobis erat, malumque non vidimus.

18 Ex eo autem tempore quo cessavimus sacrificare reginæ cæli, et libare ei libamina, indigemus omnibus, et gladio et fame consumpti sumus.

19 Quod si nos sacrificamus reginæ cæli, et libamus ei libamina, numquid sine viris nostris fecimus ei placentas ad colendum eam, et libandum ei libamina ?

20 Et dixit Jeremias ad omnem populum, adversum viros, et adversum mulieres, et adversum universam plebem, qui responderant ei verbum, dicens :

21 Numquid non sacrificium quod sacrificastis in civitatibus Juda, et in plateis Jerusalem, vos et patres vestri, reges vestri, et principes vestri, et populus terræ, horum recordatus est Dominus, et ascendit super cor ejus ?

22 Et non poterat Dominus ultra portare propter malitiam studiorum vestrorum, et propter abominationes quas fecistis : et facta est terra vestra in desolationem, et in stuporem, et in maledictum, eo quod non sit habitator, sicut est dies hæc.

23 Propterea quod sacrificaveritis idolis, et peccaveritis Domino, et non audieritis vocem Domini, et in lege, et in præceptis, et in testimoniis ejus non ambulaveritis, idcirco evenerunt vobis mala hæc, sicut est dies hæc.

24 Dixit autem Jeremias ad omnem populum, et ad universas mulieres : Audite verbum Domini, omnis Juda, qui estis in terra Ægypti.

25 Hæc inquit Dominus exercituum, Deus Israël, dicens : Vos et uxores vestræ, locuti estis ore vestro, et manibus vestris implestis, dicentes : Faciamus vota nostra, quæ vovimus, ut sacrificemus reginæ cæli, et libemus ei libamina. Implestis vota vestra, et opere perpetrastis ea.

26 Ideo audite verbum Domini, omnis Juda, qui habitatis in terra Ægypti : Ecce ego juravi in nomine meo magno, ait Dominus, quia nequaquam ultra vocabitur nomen meum ex ore omnis viri Judæi, dicentis : Vivit Dominus Deus, in omni terra Ægypti.

27 Ecce ego vigilabo super eos in malum, et non in bonum : et consumentur omnes viri Juda qui sunt in terra Ægypti gladio et fame, donec penitus consumantur.

28 Et qui fugerint gladium, revertentur de terra Ægypti in terram Juda viri pauci : et scient omnes reliquiæ Juda, ingredientium terram Ægypti ut habitent ibi, cujus sermo compleatur, meus an illorum.

29 Et hoc vobis signum, ait Dominus, quod visitem ego super vos in loco isto, ut sciatis quia vere complebuntur sermones mei contra vos in malum :

30 hæc dicit Dominus : Ecce ego tradam Pharaonem Ephree regem Ægypti, in manu inimicorum ejus, et in manu quærentium animam illius, sicut tradidi Sedeciam regem Juda in manu Nabuchodonosor regis Babylonis, inimici sui, et quærentis animam ejus.

  

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