Sacharia 9

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1 Onus verbi Domini in terra Hadrach et Damasci requiei ejus, quia Domini est oculus hominis et omnium tribuum Israël.

2 Emath quoque in terminis ejus, et Tyrus, et Sidon : assumpserunt quippe sibi sapientiam valde.

3 Et ædificavit Tyrus munitionem suam, et coacervavit argentum quasi humum, et aurum ut lutum platearum.

4 Ecce Dominus possidebit eam : et percutiet in mari fortitudinem ejus, et hæc igni devorabitur.

5 Videbit Ascalon, et timebit, et Gaza, et dolebit nimis, et Accaron, quoniam confusa est spes ejus : et peribit rex de Gaza, et Ascalon non habitabitur.

6 Et sedebit separator in Azoto, et disperdam superbiam Philisthinorum.

7 Et auferam sanguinem ejus de ore ejus, et abominationes ejus de medio dentium ejus : et relinquetur etiam ipse Deo nostro, et erit quasi dux in Juda, et Accaron quasi Jebusæus.

8 Et circumdabo domum meam ex his qui militant mihi euntes et revertentes : et non transibit super eos ultra exactor, quia nunc vidi in oculis meis.

9 Exsulta satis, filia Sion ; jubila, filia Jerusalem : ecce rex tuus veniet tibi justus, et salvator : ipse pauper, et ascendens super asinam et super pullum filium asinæ.

10 Et disperdam quadrigam ex Ephraim, et equum de Jerusalem, et dissipabitur arcus belli : et loquetur pacem gentibus, et potestas ejus a mari usque ad mare, et a fluminibus usque ad fines terræ.

11 Tu quoque in sanguine testamenti tui emisisti vinctos tuos de lacu in quo non est aqua.

12 Convertimini ad munitionem, vincti spei : hodie quoque annuntians duplicia reddam tibi.

13 Quoniam extendi mihi Judam quasi arcum : implevi Ephraim : et suscitabo filios tuos, Sion, super filios tuos, Græcia : et ponam te quasi gladium fortium.

14 Et Dominus Deus super eos videbitur, et exibit ut fulgur jaculum ejus : et Dominus Deus in tuba canet, et vadet in turbine austri.

15 Dominus exercituum proteget eos : et devorabunt, et subjicient lapidibus fundæ : et bibentes inebriabuntur quasi a vino, et replebuntur ut phialæ, et quasi cornua altaris.

16 Et salvabit eos Dominus Deus eorum in die illa, ut gregem populi sui, quia lapides sancti elevabuntur super terram ejus.

17 Quid enim bonum ejus est, et quid pulchrum ejus, nisi frumentum electorum, et vinum germinans virgines ?

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

De Sensu Interno Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 241

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 489, 1201, 2362, 2686, 2781, 2799, 3081, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 99, 206, 298, 299, 316, 343, 379, ...

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 4, 6

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Scriptura Sacra 79

Doctrina Vitae pro Novae Hierosolyma 60

Heaven and Hell 365

True Christian Religion 247, 285, 706, 730

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 31, 55, 236, 262, 329, 355, 357, ...

Coronis 60

Experientiae Spirituales 228

The White Horse - Appendix 1

Dicta Probantia 2, 23

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