Jeremias 42

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1 Então chegaram todos os chefes das forças, e Joanã, filho de Careá, e Jezanias, filho de Hosaías, e todo o povo, desde o menor até o maior,

2 e disseram a Jeremias, o profeta: Seja aceita, pedimos-te, a nossa súplica diante de ti, e roga ao Senhor teu Deus, por nós e por todo este resto; porque de muitos restamos somente uns poucos, assim como nos vêem os teus olhos;

3 para que o Senhor teu Deus nos ensine o caminho por onde havemos de andar e aquilo que havemos de fazer.

4 Respondeu-lhes Jeremias o profeta: Eu vos tenho ouvido; eis que orarei ao Senhor vosso Deus conforme as vossas palavras; e o que o Senhor vos responder, eu vo-lo declararei; não vos ocultarei nada.

5 Então eles disseram a Jeremias: Seja o Senhor entre nós testemunha verdadeira e fiel, se assim não fizermos conforme toda a palavra com que te enviar a nós o Senhor teu Deus.

6 Seja ela boa, ou seja má, à voz do Senhor nosso Deus, a quem te enviamos, obedeceremos, para que nos suceda bem, obedecendo à voz do Senhor nosso Deus.

7 Ao fim de dez dias veio a palavra do Senhor a Jeremias.

8 Então chamou a Joanã, filho de Careá, e a todos os chefes das forças que havia com ele, e a todo o povo, desde o menor até o maior,

9 e lhes disse: Assim diz o Senhor, Deus de Israel, a quem me enviastes para apresentar a vossa súplica diante dele:

10 Se de boa mente habitardes nesta terra, então vos edificarei, e não vos derrubarei; e vos plantarei, e não vos arrancarei; porque estou arrependido do mal que vos tenho feito.

11 Não temais o rei de Babilônia, a quem vós temeis; não o temais, diz o Senhor; pois eu sou convosco, para vos salvar e para vos livrar da sua mão.

12 E vos concederei misericórdia, para que ele tenha misericórdia de vós, e vos faça habitar na vossa terra.

13 Mas se vós disserdes: Não habitaremos nesta terra; não obedecendo à voz do Senhor vosso Deus,

14 e dizendo: Não; antes iremos para a terra do Egito, onde não veremos guerra, nem ouviremos o som de trombeta, nem teremos fome de pão, e ali habitaremos;

15 nesse caso ouvi a palavra do Senhor, ó resto de Judá: Assim diz o Senhor dos exércitos, Deus de Israel: Se vós de todo vos propuserdes a entrar no Egito, e entrardes para lá peregrinar,

16 então a espada que vós temeis vos alcançará ali na terra do Egito, e a fome que vós receais vos seguirá de perto mesmo no Egito, e ali morrereis.

17 Assim sucederá a todos os homens que se propuserem a entrar no Egito, a fim de lá peregrinarem: morrerão à espada, de fome, e de peste; e deles não haverá quem reste ou escape do mal que eu trarei sobre eles.

18 Pois assim diz o Senhor dos exércitos, Deus de Israel: Como se derramou a minha ira e a minha indignação sobre os habitantes de Jerusalém, assim se derramará a minha indignação sobre vós, quando entrardes no Egito. Sereis um espetáculo de execração, e de espanto, e de maldição, e de opróbrio; e não vereis mais este lugar.

19 Falou o Senhor acerca de vós, ó resto de Judá: Não entreis no Egito. Tende por certo que hoje vos tenho avisado.

20 Porque vós vos enganastes a vós mesmos; pois me enviastes ao Senhor vosso Deus, dizendo: Roga por nós ao Senhor nosso Deus, e conforme tudo o que disser o Senhor Deus nosso, declara-no-lo assim, e o faremos.

21 E vo-lo tenho declarado hoje, mas não destes ouvidos à voz do Senhor vosso Deus em coisa alguma pela qual ele me enviou a vos.

22 Agora pois sabei por certo que morrereis à espada, de fome e de peste no mesmo lugar onde desejais ir para lá peregrinardes.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 108


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanos Celestes 1165, 2588, 7102

Apocalipse Revelado 323, 503

Doutrina Do Senhor 39, 53

True Christianity 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 386, 654

Marriage 93

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