Mika 1

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1 Dette er Herrens ord som kom til Mika fra Moreset i de dager da Jotam, Akas og Esekias var konger i Juda, det som han skuet om Samaria og Jerusalem.

2 Hør, I folk, alle sammen! Gi akt, du jord med alt som på dig er! Og Herren, Israels Gud, være vidne mot eder, Herren fra sitt hellige tempel!

3 For se, Herren går ut fra sin bolig; han stiger ned og farer frem over jordens høider.

4 Fjellene smelter under ham, og dalene revner - som voks for ilden, som vann når det øses ut over et stup.

5 For Jakobs frafall skjer alt dette, for de synder Israels hus har gjort. Hvem er ophavet til Jakobs frafall? Mon ikke Samaria? Og hvem til Judas offerhauger? Mon ikke Jerusalem?

6 Så vil jeg da gjøre Samaria til en grusdynge på marken, til et sted for vindyrkning, og jeg vil velte dets stener ned i dalen og avdekke dets grunnvoller.

7 Og alle dets utskårne billeder skal sønderslås, og alle dets horegaver brennes op med ild, og alle dets avgudsbilleder vil jeg ødelegge; for av horelønn har det samlet dem, og til horelønn skal de atter bli.

8 Over dette vil jeg klage og hyle, jeg vil gå barbent og naken; jeg vil opløfte klageskrik som sjakalene og jamre mig som strutsene.

9 For dets sår er ulægelige; for ulykken er kommet like til Juda, den har nådd like til mitt folks port, til Jerusalem.

10 Forkynn det ikke i Gat, gråt ikke der! I Bet-Leafra velter jeg mig i støvet.

11 Dra bort*, I Sjafirs innbyggere, i nakenhet og vanære! Sa'anans innbyggere våger sig ikke ut**. Bet-Haesels klageskrik gjør det umulig for eder å bli der. / {* i landflyktighet.} / {** JE 6, 25.}

12 For Marots innbyggere vrir sig i smerte over sin tapte lykke; for ulykke er faret ned fra Herren, like til Jerusalems port.

13 Spenn traveren for vognen, I innbyggere av Lakis! Syndens ophav var du* for Sions datter, for hos dig blev Israels overtredelser funnet. / {* Lakis. JOS 15, 39.}

14 Derfor skal du gi avkall på Moreset-Gat; husene i Aksib blir som en sviktende bekk for Israels konger.

15 Ennu en gang skal jeg la eder få en eiermann, I Maresas innbyggere! Til Adullam skal Israels stormenn komme.

16 Gjør dig skallet, klipp håret vekk for dine barns skyld, de som var din lyst! Gjør ditt hode så skallet som gribbens, for de er ført bort fra dig.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 215


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1311, 2327, 2606, 2851, 2921, 3901, 4816, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 47, 459, 537, 543, 612

Sacred Scripture 35

Life 79


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 141, 405, 587, 695, 714, 724, 850, ...

De Verbo (The Word) 10, 25

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 57

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