Jeremias 45

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1 Verbum quod locutus est Jeremias propheta ad Baruch filium Neriæ, cum scripsisset verba hæc in libro ex ore Jeremiæ, anno quarto Joakim filii Josiæ regis Juda, dicens :

2 Hæc dicit Dominus Deus Israël ad te, Baruch :

3 Dixisti : Væ misero mihi ! quoniam addidit Dominus dolorem dolori meo : laboravi in gemitu meo, et requiem non inveni.

4 Hæc dicit Dominus : Sic dices ad eum : Ecce quos ædificavi, ego destruo : et quos plantavi, ego evello, et universam terram hanc :

5 et tu quæris tibi grandia ? Noli quærere, quia ecce ego adducam malum super omnem carnem, ait Dominus, et dabo tibi animam tuam in salutem in omnibus locis ad quæcumque perrexeris.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

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