Izlazak 13

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1 I reče Gospod Mojsiju govoreći:

2 Posveti mi svakog prvenca, šta god otvara matericu u sinova Izrailjevih, i od ljudi i od stoke; jer je moje.

3 I Mojsije reče narodu: Pamtite ovaj dan, u koji iziđoste iz Misira, iz doma ropskog, jer vas rukom krepkom izvede Gospod odande; neka se dakle ne jede ništa s kvascem.

4 Danas izlazite, meseca Aviva;

5 Pa kad te Gospod uvede u zemlju hananejsku i hetejsku i amorejsku i jevejsku i jevusejsku, za koju se zakleo ocima tvojim da će ti je dati, zemlju u kojoj teče mleko i med, tada da služiš službu ovu ovog meseca;

6 Sedam dana jedi hlebove presne, a sedmi dan neka je praznik Gospodnji.

7 Hlebovi presni da se jedu sedam dana, i da se ne vidi u tebe ništa s kvascem, niti da se vidi u tebe kvasac u celom kraju tvom.

8 I kazaćeš sinu svom u taj dan govoreći: Ovo je za ono što mi je učinio Gospod kad sam izlazio iz Misira.

9 I neka ti bude kao znak na ruci tvojoj i kao spomen pred očima tvojim, da ti zakon Gospodnji bude u ustima; jer te je rukom krepkom izveo Gospod iz Misira.

10 Zato vrši zakon ovaj na vreme, od godine do godine.

11 I kad te uvede Gospod u zemlju hananejsku, kao što se zakleo tebi i tvojim ocima, i da ti je,

12 Odvajaćeš Gospodu šta god otvara matericu, i od stoke tvoje šta god otvara matericu, šta je muško, da bude Gospodu.

13 A svako magare prvenče otkupi jagnjetom ili jaretom; ako li ga ne bi otkupio, slomi mu vrat. Ali svakog prvenca čovečjeg između sinova svojih otkupi.

14 A kad te zapita sin tvoj unapred govoreći: Šta je to? Reci mu: Rukom krepkom izvede nas Gospod iz Misira, iz doma ropskog.

15 Jer kad otvrdnu Faraon, te nas ne hte pustiti, pobi Gospod sve prvence u zemlji misirskoj od prvenca čovečjeg do prvenca od stoke; zato prinosim Gospodu sve muško što otvara matericu, a svakog prvenca sinova svojih otkupljujem.

16 I to neka ti je kao znak na ruci i kao počeonik među očima tvojim, da nas je rukom krepkom izveo Gospod iz Misira.

17 A kad Faraon pusti narod, ne odvede ih Bog putem k zemlji filistejskoj, ako i beše kraći, jer Bog reče: Da se ne pokaje narod kad vidi rat, i ne vrati se u Misir.

18 Nego Bog zavede narod putem preko pustinje na Crvenom Moru. A vojničkim redom iziđoše sinovi Izrailjevi iz zemlje misirske.

19 I Mojsije uze kosti Josifove sa sobom; jer beše zakleo sinove Izrailjeve rekavši: Zaista će vas pohoditi Bog, a tada iznesite kosti moje odavde sa sobom.

20 Tako otišavši iz Sohota stadoše u logor u Etamu, nakraj pustinje.

21 A Gospod iđaše pred njima danju u stupu od oblaka vodeći ih putem, a noću u stupu od ognja svetleći im, da bi putovali danju i noću.

22 I ne uklanjaše ispred naroda stup od oblaka danju ni stup od ognja noću.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8038, 8039, 8040, 8041, 8042, 8043, 8044, ...


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 352, 2342, 2913, 2916, 3325, 4925, 7989

Apocalypse Revealed 17, 468


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 28, 427, 504, 594, 659, 710, 725

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