Êxodo 14

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1 Disse o Senhor a Moisés:

2 Fala aos filhos de Israel que se voltem e se acampem diante de Pi-Hairote, entre Migdol e o mar, diante de Baal-Zefom; em frente dele assentareis o acampamento junto ao mar.

3 Então Faraó dirá dos filhos de Israel: Eles estão embaraçados na terra, o deserto os encerrou.

4 Eu endurecerei o coração de Faraó, e ele os perseguirá; glorificar-me-ei em Faraó, e em todo o seu exército; e saberão os egípcios que eu sou o Senhor. E eles fizeram assim.

5 Quando, pois, foi anunciado ao rei do Egito que o povo havia fugido, mudou-se o coração de Faraó, e dos seus servos, contra o povo, e disseram: Que é isso que fizemos, permitindo que Israel saísse e deixasse de nos servir?

6 E Faraó aprontou o seu carro, e tomou consigo o seu povo;

7 tomou também seiscentos carros escolhidos e todos os carros do Egito, e capitães sobre todos eles.

8 Porque o Senhor endureceu o coração de Faraó, rei do Egito, e este perseguiu os filhos de Israel; pois os filhos de Israel saíam afoitamente.

9 Os egípcios, com todos os cavalos e carros de Faraó, e os seus cavaleiros e o seu exército, os perseguiram e os alcançaram acampados junto ao mar, perto de Pi-Hairote, diante de Baal-Zefom.

10 Quando Faraó se aproximava, os filhos de Israel levantaram os olhos, e eis que os egípcios marchavam atrás deles; pelo que tiveram muito medo os filhos de Israel e clamaram ao Senhor:

11 e disseram a Moisés: Foi porque não havia sepulcros no Egito que de lá nos tiraste para morrermos neste deserto? Por que nos fizeste isto, tirando-nos do Egito?

12 Não é isto o que te dissemos no Egito: Deixa-nos, que sirvamos aos egípcios? Pois melhor nos fora servir aos egípcios, do que morrermos no deserto.

13 Moisés, porém, disse ao povo: Não temais; estai quietos, e vede o livramento do Senhor, que ele hoje vos fará; porque aos egípcios que hoje vistes, nunca mais tornareis a ver;

14 o Senhor pelejará por vós; e vós vos calareis.

15 Então disse o Senhor a Moisés: Por que clamas a mim? dize aos filhos de Israel que marchem.

16 E tu, levanta a tua vara, e estende a mão sobre o mar e fende-o, para que os filhos de Israel passem pelo meio do mar em seco.

17 Eis que eu endurecerei o coração dos egípcios, e estes entrarão atrás deles; e glorificar-me-ei em Faraó e em todo o seu exército, nos seus carros e nos seus cavaleiros.

18 E os egípcios saberão que eu sou o Senhor, quando me tiver glorificado em Faraó, nos seus carros e nos seus cavaleiros.

19 Então o anjo de Deus, que ia adiante do exército de Israel, se retirou e se pos atrás deles; também a coluna de nuvem se retirou de diante deles e se pôs atrás,

20 colocando-se entre o campo dos egípcios e o campo dos israelitas; assim havia nuvem e trevas; contudo aquela clareava a noite para Israel; de maneira que em toda a noite não se aproximou um do outro.

21 Então Moisés estendeu a mão sobre o mar; e o Senhor fez retirar o mar por um forte vento oriental toda aquela noite, e fez do mar terra seca, e as águas foram divididas.

22 E os filhos de Israel entraram pelo meio do mar em seco; e as águas foram-lhes qual muro à sua direita e à sua esquerda.

23 E os egípcios os perseguiram, e entraram atrás deles até o meio do mar, com todos os cavalos de Faraó, os seus carros e os seus cavaleiros.

24 Na vigília da manhã, o Senhor, na coluna do fogo e da nuvem, olhou para o campo dos egípcios, e alvoroçou o campo dos egípcios;

25 embaraçou-lhes as rodas dos carros, e fê-los andar dificultosamente; de modo que os egípcios disseram: Fujamos de diante de Israel, porque o Senhor peleja por eles contra os egípcios.

26 Nisso o Senhor disse a Moisés: Estende a mão sobre o mar, para que as águas se tornem sobre os egípcios, sobre os seus carros e sobre os seus cavaleiros.

27 Então Moisés estendeu a mão sobre o mar, e o mar retomou a sua força ao amanhecer, e os egípcios fugiram de encontro a ele; assim o Senhor derribou os egípcios no meio do mar.

28 As águas, tornando, cobriram os carros e os cavaleiros, todo o exército de Faraó, que atrás deles havia entrado no mar; não ficou nem sequer um deles.

29 Mas os filhos de Israel caminharam a pé enxuto pelo meio do mar; as águas foram-lhes qual muro à sua direita e à sua esquerda.

30 Assim o Senhor, naquele dia, salvou Israel da mão dos egípcios; e Israel viu os egípcios mortos na praia do mar.

31 E viu Israel a grande obra que o Senhor operara contra os egípcios; pelo que o povo temeu ao Senhor, e creu no Senhor e em Moisés, seu servo.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanos Celestes 8125, 8126, 8127, 8128, 8129, 8130, 8131, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 503


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Arcanos Celestes 842, 878, 4236, 4876, 4936, 5215, 5321, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 343, 485

True Christian Religion 635


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