Êxodo 1

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1 Ora, estes são os nomes dos filhos de Israel, que entraram no Egito; entraram com Jacó, cada um com a sua família:

2 Rúben, Simeão, Levi, e Judá;

3 Issacar, Zebulom e Benjamim;

4 Dã e Naftali, Gade e Aser.

5 Todas as almas, pois, que procederam da coxa de Jacó, foram setenta; José, porém, já estava no Egito.

6 Morreu, pois, José, e todos os seus irmãos, e toda aquela geração.

7 Depois os filhos de Israel frutificaram e aumentaram muito, multiplicaram-se e tornaram-se sobremaneira fortes, de modo que a terra se encheu deles.

8 Entrementes se levantou sobre o Egito um novo rei, que não conhecera a José.

9 Disse ele ao seu povo: Eis que o povo de Israel é mais numeroso e mais forte do que nos.

10 Eia, usemos de astúcia para com ele, para que não se multiplique, e aconteça que, vindo guerra, ele também se ajunte com os nossos inimigos, e peleje contra nós e se retire da terra.

11 Portanto puseram sobre eles feitores, para os afligirem com suas cargas. Assim os israelitas edificaram para Faraó cidades armazéns, Pitom e Ramessés.

12 Mas quanto mais os egípcios afligiam o povo de Israel, tanto mais este se multiplicava e se espalhava; de maneira que os egípcios se enfadavam por causa dos filhos de Israel.

13 Por isso os egípcios faziam os filhos de Israel servir com dureza;

14 assim lhes amarguravam a vida com pesados serviços em barro e em tijolos, e com toda sorte de trabalho no campo, enfim com todo o seu serviço, em que os faziam servir com dureza.

15 Falou o rei do Egito às parteiras das hebréias, das quais uma se chamava Sifrá e a outra Puá,

16 dizendo: Quando ajudardes no parto as hebréias, e as virdes sobre os assentos, se for filho, matá-lo-eis; mas se for filha, viverá.

17 As parteiras, porém, temeram a Deus e não fizeram como o rei do Egito lhes ordenara, antes conservavam os meninos com vida.

18 Pelo que o rei do Egito mandou chamar as parteiras e as interrogou: Por que tendes feito isto e guardado os meninos com vida?

19 Responderam as parteiras a Faraó: É que as mulheres hebréias não são como as egípcias; pois são vigorosas, e já têm dado à luz antes que a parteira chegue a elas.

20 Portanto Deus fez bem às parteiras. E o povo se aumentou, e se fortaleceu muito.

21 Também aconteceu que, como as parteiras temeram a Deus, ele lhes estabeleceu as casas.

22 Então ordenou Faraó a todo o seu povo, dizendo: A todos os filhos que nascerem lançareis no rio, mas a todas as filhas guardareis com vida.

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Arcanos Celestes 6634, 6635, 6636, 6637, 6638, 6639, 6640, ...


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Arcanos Celestes 1408, 1703, 3021, 4588, 6678, 6679, 6680, ...


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 448, 654, 734

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