Амос 6

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1 Teško bezbrižnima u Sionu i onima koji su bez straha u gori samarijskoj, koji su na glasu između poglavica narodima, ka kojima dolazi dom Izrailjev.

2 Prođite u Halnu i vidite, i odande idite u veliki Emat, posle siđite u Gat filistejski; je li koje carstvo bolje od ovih? Jesu li im međe prostranije od vaših međa?

3 Teško vama koji mislite da je daleko zli dan, a primičete stolicu na kojoj je nasilje;

4 Koji ležete na odrima od slonove kosti i pružate se na posteljama svojim, i jedete jaganjce iz stada i teoce ugojene;

5 Koji pevate uza psaltire, i izmišljate sprave muzičke kao David;

6 Koji pijete vino velikim čašama, i mažete se skupocenim mirisima, a ne marite za polom Josifov.

7 Zato će sada otići u ropstvo među prvima koji će otići u ropstvo, i prestaće radost onih koji se goste.

8 Zakle se Gospod Gospod sobom, govori Gospod Bog nad vojskama; ja se gadim na ponos Jakovljev i mrzim na dvorove njegove; zato ću predati grad i sve što je u njemu.

9 I ako deset ljudi ostane u jednoj kući, umreće.

10 I kad uzme koga stric mu ili koji će ga spaliti da iznese kosti njegove iz kuće, reći će onome koji bude u kutu u kući: Ima li jošte ko kod tebe? A on će reći: Nema nikoga. A on će reći: Ćuti; jer ne pominjaše ime Gospodnje.

11 Jer evo, Gospod zapoveda i udariće dom veliki da se razvali i mali dom da popuca.

12 Trče li konji po steni i ore li se volovima? Jer vi pretvoriste sud u žuč, i plod od pravde u pelen.

13 Vi se radujete onome što nije ništa, i govorite: Nismo li svojom snagom dobili rogove?

14 Jer, gle, ja ću podignuti na vas dome Izrailjev, govori Gospod Bog nad vojskama, narod, koji će vas pritesniti od ulaska u Emat do potoka u pustinji.


Exploring the Meaning of Амос 6      

Napsal(a) Helen Kennedy

Woe is called upon people who seem to live a life of ease and fill it with pleasures -- for example, those who “eat lambs from the flock.” (Amos 6:4)

Using the significations mentioned elsewhere in Swedenborg’s works, this could mean “those who attribute innocence (the lamb) to themselves,” or think they are blameless when they have actually sinned.

Also, to ask, “Do horses run on rocks?”(Amos 6:12) is a great image for when our understanding is filled with only literal or external truths but doesn’t delve into deeper ones that show the Lord’s leading more clearly.

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Exploring the Meaning of Amos 6      

Napsal(a) Helen Kennedy

Woe is called upon people who seem to live a life of ease and fill it with pleasures -- for example, those who “eat lambs from the flock.” (Amos 6:4)

Using the significations mentioned elsewhere in Swedenborg’s works, this could mean “those who attribute innocence (the lamb) to themselves,” or think they are blameless when they have actually sinned.

Also, to ask, “Do horses run on rocks?”(Amos 6:12) is a great image for when our understanding is filled with only literal or external truths but doesn’t delve into deeper ones that show the Lord’s leading more clearly.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 206


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Nebeske Tajne 576, 1183, 1488, 2832, 5895, 6188, 6297, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 137, 270, 360, 410, 474, 668, 774, ...

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 85

True Christian Religion 51


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 163, 279, 316, 355, 375, 376, 448, ...

Marriage 51

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