Êxodo 17

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1 Partiu toda a congregação dos filhos de Israel do deserto de Sim, pelas suas jornadas, segundo o mandamento do Senhor, e acamparam em Refidim; e não havia ali água para o povo beber.

2 Então o povo contendeu com Moisés, dizendo: -nos água para beber. Respondeu-lhes Moisés: Por que contendeis comigo? por que tentais ao Senhor?

3 Mas o povo, tendo sede ali, murmurou contra Moisés, dizendo: Por que nos fizeste subir do Egito, para nos matares de sede, a nós e aos nossos filhos, e ao nosso gado?

4 Pelo que Moisés, clamando ao Senhor, disse: Que hei de fazer a este povo? daqui a pouco me apedrejará.

5 Então disse o Senhor a Moisés: Passa adiante do povo, e leva contigo alguns dos anciãos de Israel; toma na mão a tua vara, com que feriste o rio, e vai-te.

6 Eis que eu estarei ali diante de ti sobre a rocha, em Horebe; ferirás a rocha, e dela sairá agua para que o povo possa beber. Assim, pois fez Moisés à vista dos anciãos de Israel.

7 E deu ao lugar o nome de Massá e Meribá, por causa da contenda dos filhos de Israel, e porque tentaram ao Senhor, dizendo: Está o Senhor no meio de nós, ou não?

8 Então veio Amaleque, e pelejou contra e Israel em Refidim.

9 Pelo que disse Moisés a Josué: Escolhe-nos homens, e sai, peleja contra Amaleque; e amanhã eu estarei sobre o cume do outeiro, tendo na mão a vara de Deus.

10 Fez, pois, Josué como Moisés lhe dissera, e pelejou contra Amaleque; e Moisés, Arão, e Hur subiram ao cume do outeiro.

11 E acontecia que quando Moisés levantava a mão, prevalecia Israel; mas quando ele abaixava a mão, prevalecia Amaleque.

12 As mãos de Moisés, porém, ficaram cansadas; por isso tomaram uma pedra, e a puseram debaixo dele, e ele sentou-se nela; Arão e Hur sustentavam-lhe as mãos, um de um lado e o outro do outro; assim ficaram as suas mãos firmes até o pôr do sol.

13 Assim Josué prostrou a Amaleque e a seu povo, ao fio da espada.

14 Então disse o Senhor a Moisés: Escreve isto para memorial num livro, e relata-o aos ouvidos de Josué; que eu hei de riscar totalmente a memória de Amaleque de debaixo do céu.

15 Pelo que Moisés edificou um altar, ao qual chamou Jeová-Níssi.

16 E disse: Porquanto jurou o Senhor que ele fará guerra contra Amaleque de geração em geração.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanos Celestes 8554, 8555, 8556, 8557, 8558, 8559, 8560, ...

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanos Celestes 340, 878, 1679, 2702, 2724, 4876, 4936, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 485

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 411, 518, 727, 734

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 2

An Invitation to the New Church 35

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