Oséias 8

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1 Põe a trombeta à tua boca. Ele vem como águia contra a casa do Senhor; porque eles transgrediram o meu pacto, e se rebelaram contra a minha lei.

2 E a mim clamam: Deus meu, nós, Israel, te conhecemos.

3 Israel desprezou o bem; o inimigo persegui-lo-á.

4 Eles fizeram reis, mas não por mim; constituíram príncipes, mas sem a minha aprovação; da sua prata e do seu ouro fizeram ídolos para si, para serem destruídos.

5 O teu bezerro, ó Samária, é rejeitado; a minha ira se acendeu contra eles; até quando serão eles incapazes da inocência?

6 Pois isso procede de Israel; um artífice o fez, e não é Deus. Será desfeito em pedaços o bezerro de Samária

7 Porquanto semeiam o vento, hão de ceifar o turbilhão; não haverá seara, a erva não dará farinha; se a der, tragá-la-ão os estrangeiros.

8 Israel foi devorado; agora está entre as nações como um vaso em que ninguém tem prazer.

9 Porque subiram à Assíria, qual asno selvagem andando sozinho; mercou Efraim amores.

10 Todavia, ainda que eles merquem entre as nações, eu as congregarei; já começaram a ser diminuídos por causa da carga do rei dos príncipes.

11 Ainda que Efraim tem multiplicado altares, estes se lhe tornaram altares para pecar.

12 Escrevi para ele miríades de coisas da minha lei; mas isso é para ele como coisa estranha.

13 Quanto aos sacrifícios das minhas ofertas, eles sacrificam carne, e a comem; mas o Senhor não os aceita; agora se lembrará da iniqüidade deles, e punirá os seus pecados; eles voltarão para o Egito.

14 Pois Israel se esqueceu do seu Criador, e edificou palácios, e Judá multiplicou cidades fortificadas. Mas eu enviarei sobre as suas cidades um fogo que consumirá os seus castelos.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 191


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanos Celestes 921, 1949, 3881, 5354, 9146, 9391, 9714, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 242, 343, 392

Doutrina de Escritura Santa 79


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 55, 242, 279, 391, 419, 1153

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