Micham 3

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Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Et dixi : Audite, princeps Jacob, et duces domus Israël : numquid non vestrum est scire judicium,

2 qui odio habetis bonum, et diligitis malum ; qui violenter tollitis pelles eorum desuper eis, et carnem eorum desuper ossibus eorum ;

3 qui comederunt carnem populi mei, et pellem eorum desuper excoriaverunt, et ossa eorum confregerunt, et conciderunt sicut in lebete, et quasi carnem in medio ollæ ?

4 Tunc clamabunt ad Dominum, et non exaudiet eos, et abscondet faciem suam ab eis in tempore illo, sicut nequiter egerunt in adinventionibus suis.

5 Hæc dicit Dominus super prophetas, qui seducunt populum meum : qui mordent dentibus suis, et prædicant pacem ; et si quis non dederit in ore eorum quippiam, sanctificant super eum prælium.

6 Propterea nox vobis pro visione erit, et tenebræ vobis pro divinatione ; et occumbet sol super prophetas, et obtenebrabitur super eos dies.

7 Et confundentur qui vident visiones, et confundentur divini ; et operient omnes vultos suos, quia non est responsum Dei.

8 Verumtamen ego repletus sum fortitudine spiritus Domini, judicio, et virtute, ut annuntiem Jacob scelus suum, et Israël peccatum suum.

9 Audite hoc, principes domus Jacob, et judices domus Israël, qui abominamini judicium, et omnia recta pervertitis :

10 qui ædificatis Sion in sanguinibus, et Jerusalem in iniquitate.

11 Principes ejus in muneribus judicabant, et sacerdotes ejus in mercede docebant, et prophetæ ejus in pecunia divinabant : et super Dominum requiescebant, dicentes : Numquid non Dominus in medio nostrum ? non venient super nos mala.

12 Propter hoc, causa vestri, Sion quasi ager arabitur, et Jerusalem quasi acervus lapidum erit, et mons templi in excelsa silvarum.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 217

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 368, 2353, 3693, 3812, 4281, 5585, 5895, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 8, 53, 312, 435, 612, 939

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 183, 372, 401, 412, 556, 624, 850

Dicta Probantia 4, 57

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