Jonas 4

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Norwegian: Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930)         

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1 Men det syntes Jonas meget ille om, og hans vrede optendtes.

2 Og han bad til Herren og sa: Å Herre! Var det ikke det jeg sa da jeg ennu var i mitt land? Derfor flydde jeg dengang til Tarsis; for jeg visste at du er en nådig og barmhjertig Gud, langmodig og rik på miskunnhet og angrer det onde.

3 Så ta nu, Herre, mitt liv! For jeg vil heller dø enn leve.

4 Men Herren sa: Er det med rette din vrede er optendt?

5 Jonas var gått ut av byen; han hadde satt sig østenfor byen, og der hadde han gjort sig en løvhytte og satt under den i skyggen for å se hvorledes det gikk med byen.

6 Da lot Gud Herren et kikajontre vokse op over Jonas til å skygge over hans hode, så han kunde bli fri sitt mismot; og Jonas gledet sig høilig over kikajontreet.

7 Men dagen efter, da morgenen brøt frem, lot Gud en orm komme, som stakk kikajontreet så det visnet.

8 Og da solen stod op, sendte Gud en lummer østenvind, og solen stakk Jonas' hode, så han vansmektet; da ønsket han sig døden og sa: Jeg vil heller enn leve.

9 Men Gud sa til Jonas: Er det med rette din vrede er optendt for kikajontreets skyld? Han svarte: Ja, med rette er min vrede optendt inntil døden.

10 Da sa Herren: Du ynkes over kikajontreet, som du ikke har hatt møie med og ikke opelsket, som blev til på en natt og forgikk på en natt;

11 og jeg skulde ikke ynkes over Ninive, den store stad, hvor det er mere enn tolv ganger ti tusen mennesker som ikke kjenner forskjell mellem høire og venstre, og en mengde dyr!

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 214


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 10441

Sacred Scripture 51

True Christianity 226


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 401, 419

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Word/Phrase Explanations

jonas
'Jonah' represents the Jewish nation.

herren
The Lord, in the simplest terms, is love itself expressed as wisdom itself. In philosophic terms, love is the Lord's substance and wisdom is His...

sa
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skyggen
'The shadow is good' of the oak, poplar and elm means complacence.

se
To look,' as in Genesis 18:22, signifies thinking, because seeing denotes understanding. Look not back behind thee,' as in Genesis 19:17, means that Lot, who...

Gud
The Lord is love itself, expressed in the form of wisdom itself. Love, then, is His essence, His inmost. Wisdom - the loving understanding of...

hode
The head is the part of us that is highest, which means in a representative sense that it is what is closest to the Lord....

kikajontreet
The gourd which God prepared to come up over the head of the prophet Jonah, in Jonah 4:6, signifies the evil and self-love of the...

orm
'A worm' denotes falsity of evil in the good derived from the proprium or selfhood. 'That dies not,' denotes infernal torment related to falsity. 'Worm'...


Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

ninive
'Nineveh' signifies the falsities of doctrinal matters, also the Gentiles, or the falsities originating in the fallacies of the senses, in the obscurity of an...

tusen
As children, most of us at some point frustrated our mothers into using the phrase “if I've told you once, I've told you a thousand...

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