Jeremias 37

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1 Og Sedekias, Josias' sønn, blev konge efter Konja*, Jojakims sønn for Babels konge Nebukadnesar hadde satt ham til konge i Juda land. / {* JE 22, 24.}

2 Men han og hans tjenere og landets folk hørte ikke på Herrens ord, som han talte ved profeten Jeremias.

3 Og kong Sedekias sendte Jehukal, Selemjas sønn, og presten Sefanja, Ma'asejas sønn, til profeten Jeremias og lot si: Bed for oss til Herren vår Gud!

4 Jeremias gikk dengang inn og ut blandt folket; de hadde ennu ikke satt ham i fengsel.

5 Og Faraos hær hadde da draget ut fra Egypten, og da kaldeerne, som holdt Jerusalem kringsatt, spurte det, drog de bort fra Jerusalem.

6 Da kom Herrens ord til profeten Jeremias, og det lød så:

7 sier Herren, Israels Gud: Så skal I si til Judas konge, som sendte eder til mig for å spørre mig: Se, Faraos hær, som har draget ut for å komme eder til hjelp, skal vende tilbake til sitt land, Egypten,

8 og kaldeerne skal komme igjen og stride mot denne by, og de skal innta den og brenne den op med ild.

9 sier Herren: I må ikke dåre eder selv og si: Kaldeerne skal visselig dra bort fra oss! For de skal ikke dra bort;

10 om I så slo hele kaldeernes hær som strider mot eder, og det bare blev nogen hårdt sårede tilbake iblandt dem, så skulde disse stå op, hver i sitt telt, og brenne denne by op med ild.

11 Og da kaldeernes hær hadde draget bort fra Jerusalem for Faraos hærs skyld,

12 da gikk Jeremias ut av Jerusalem midt iblandt folket for å gå til Benjamins land og hente sin arvelodd derfra.

13 Og da han var i Benjamin-porten, så stod der en høvedsmann for vakten ved navn Jerija, sønn av Selemja, sønn av Hananja; han grep fatt i profeten Jeremias og sa: Du vil gå over til kaldeerne.

14 Da sa Jeremias: Det er løgn; jeg vil ikke gå over til kaldeerne. Men Jerija hørte ikke på Jeremias, han grep ham og førte ham til høvdingene.

15 Da blev høvdingene vrede på Jeremias og slo ham, og de satte ham i fangehuset, i statsskriveren Jonatans hus; for det hadde de gjort til fengsel.

16 Da Jeremias var kommet i fangehullet, i kjelleren, og hadde sittet der i mange dager,

17 sendte kong Sedekias bud og lot ham hente, og kongen spurte ham i sitt hus i lønndom og sa: Er det noget ord fra Herren? Jeremias svarte: Ja, det er. Og så sa han: Du skal bli gitt i Babels konges hånd.

18 Derefter sa Jeremias til kong Sedekias: Hvad har jeg syndet mot dig og dine tjenere og dette folk, siden I har satt mig i fengsel?

19 Og hvor er nu eders profeter, de som profeterte for eder og sa: Babels konge skal ikke komme over eder og over dette land?

20 Og hør nu, herre konge! La min ydmyke bønn bæres frem for ditt åsyn og send mig ikke tilbake til statsskriveren Jonatans hus, forat jeg ikke skal der!

21 På kong Sedekias' bud holdt de Jeremias i varetekt i vaktgården og gav ham et brød til hver dag fra bakernes gate, inntil alt brødet i byen var fortært. Og Jeremias blev sittende i vaktgården.

  

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 103


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3448

Doctrine of the Lord 39, 53

True Christian Religion 93, 158


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 573

Marriage 93

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