Jeremias 46

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1 Dette er Herrens ord som kom til profeten Jeremias om hedningefolkene.

2 Om Egypten. Om egypterkongen Farao Nekos hær, som stod ved elven Eufrat, ved Karkemis, og som Babels konge Nebukadnesar slo i Judas konge Jojakims, Josias' sønns fjerde år:

3 Sett skjoldene i stand, de små og de store, og rykk frem til striden!

4 Spenn hestene for og sitt op, I ryttere, og still eder op med hjelmer på! Gjør spydene blanke, ta brynene på!

5 Hvorfor ser jeg dem forferdet vike tilbake? Og deres kjemper blir slått og tar flukten uten å vende sig om; redsel er det rundt omkring, sier Herren.

6 Den lette skal ikke undfly, og kjempen ikke undslippe; mot nord, ved bredden av elven Eufrat, snubler de og faller.

7 Hvem er det som stiger op lik Nilen, hvis vann bølger som strømmene?

8 Egypten stiger op som Nilen, og dets vann bølger som strømmene; det sier: Jeg vil stige op og dekke landene, jeg vil ødelegge byer og dem som bor i dem.

9 Far frem, I hester, og ras avsted, I vogner! Kjempene skal rykke ut, etiopere og puteere, som fører skjold, og menn fra Lud, som fører og spenner bue.

10 Men den dag er for Herren, Israels Gud, hærskarenes Gud, en hevnens dag, til hevn over hans fiender, og sverdet skal fortære og mettes og bli drukkent av deres blod; for en offerslakting holder Herren, Israels Gud, hærskarenes Gud, i landet i nord ved elven Eufrat.

11 Dra op til Gilead og hent balsam, du jomfru, Egyptens datter! Forgjeves bruker du mange slags lægedom; det finnes ikke plaster for dig.

12 Folkeslag hører om din skam, og jorden er full av ditt skrik; for den ene stridsmann snubler over den andre, de faller begge to.

13 Dette er det ord Herren talte til profeten Jeremias om at Babels konge Nebukadnesar skulde komme og slå Egyptens land:

14 Kunngjør det i Egypten, la det høres i Migdol og la det høres i Memfis og Tahpanhes! Si: Still dig frem og gjør dig ferdig! For sverdet har fortært alt rundt omkring dig.

15 Hvorfor er din sterke* styrtet til jorden? Han holdt ikke stand; for Herren støtte ham ned. / {* d.e. rimeligvis den egyptiske avgud oksen Apis.}

16 Han får mange til å snuble, ja, den ene faller ovenpå den andre, og de sier: Op, la oss vende tilbake til vårt folk og vårt fødeland for det herjende sverd!

17 Da roper de: Farao, Egyptens konge, er ødelagt! Han lot den rette tid gå forbi.

18 Så sant jeg lever, sier kongen, han hvis navn er Herren, hærskarenes Gud: Som Tabor iblandt fjellene og som Karmel ved havet kommer han*. / {* Nebukadnesar.}

19 ust dig ut til å gå i landflyktighet, du Egyptens datter som bor i landet! For Memfis skal bli til en ørken og bli ødelagt, så ingen bor der.

20 En herlig kvige er Egypten - kleggen fra nord kommer, den kommer.

21 Også de leide krigsmenn som det har i sin midte, de som er lik gjøkalver, ja, også de vender om, flyr alle sammen, de holder ikke stand; for deres ulykkesdag er kommet over dem, deres hjemsøkelses tid.

22 Dets røst skal lyde som ormens; for med en hær drar de* frem, og med økser kommer de mot det som tømmerhuggere. / {* fiendene.}

23 De hugger ned dets skog, sier Herren; for den er ugjennemtrengelig; de er flere enn gresshoppene, det er ikke tall på dem.

24 Egyptens datter blir til skamme; hun blir gitt i hendene på et folk fra nord.

25 Herren, hærskarenes Gud, Israels Gud, sier: Se, jeg hjemsøker Amon fra No og Farao og Egypten og dets guder og dets konger, både Farao og dem som setter sin lit til ham,

26 og jeg gir dem i deres hånd som står dem efter livet, i Babels konge Nebukadnesars hånd og i hans tjeneres hånd; men derefter skal det få leve i ro som i fordums dager, sier Herren.

27 Men frykt ikke, du min tjener Jakob, og reddes ikke, Israel! For se, jeg frelser dig fra det fjerne land og din ætt fra deres fangenskaps land, og Jakob skal vende tilbake og ha ro og være trygg, og ingen skal forferde ham.

28 Frykt ikke, min tjener Jakob, sier Herren, for jeg er med dig; jeg vil gjøre ende på alle de folk som jeg har drevet dig bort til, men dig vil jeg ikke gjøre ende på; jeg vil tukte dig med måte; men helt ustraffet vil jeg ikke la dig være.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1165

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 112


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 195, 583, 790, 1164, 1166, 1195, 1788, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 58, 242, 298, 436, 437, 455, 503, ...

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 14, 53

True Christianity 116, 158, 689


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 279, 355, 518, 543, 557, 569, 581, ...

The White Horse - Appendix 1

Marriage 116

Scriptural Confirmations 19, 98

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