Izlazak 14

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1 I reče Gospod Mojsiju govoreći:

2 Kaži sinovima Izrailjevim neka saviju i stanu u logor pred Pi-Airot između Migdola i mora prema Vel-Sefonu; prema njemu neka stanu u logor pokraj mora.

3 Jer će Faraon reći za sinove Izrailjeve: Zašli su u zemlju, zatvorila ih je pustinja.

4 I učiniću da otvrdne srce Faraonu, te će poći u poteru za vama, i ja ću se proslaviti na njemu i na svoj vojsci njegovoj, i Misirci će poznati da sam ja Gospod. I učiniše tako.

5 A kad bi javljeno caru misirskom da je pobegao narod, promeni se srce Faraonovo i sluga njegovih prema narodu, te rekoše: Šta učinismo, te pustismo Izrailja da nam ne služi?

6 I upreže u kola svoja, i uze narod svoj sa sobom.

7 I uze šest stotina kola izabranih i šta još beše kola misirskih, i nad svima vojvode.

8 I Gospod učini te otvrdnu srce Faraonu caru misirskom, i pođe u poteru za sinovima Izrailjevim, kad sinovi Izrailjevi otidoše pod rukom visokom.

9 I teravši ih Misirci stigoše ih, sva kola Faraonova, konjici njegovi i vojska njegova, kad behu u logoru na moru kod Pi-Airota prema Vel-Sefonu.

10 I kad se približi Faraon, podigoše sinovi Izrailjevi oči svoje a to Misirci idu za njima, i uplašiše se vrlo, i povikaše sinovi Izrailjevi ka Gospodu.

11 I rekoše Mojsiju: Zar ne beše grobova u Misiru, nego nas dovede da izginemo u pustinji? Šta učini, te nas izvede iz Misira.

12 Nismo li ti govorili u Misiru i rekli: Prođi nas se, neka služimo Misircima? Jer bi nam bolje bilo služiti Misircima nego izginuti u pustinji.

13 A Mojsije reče narodu: Ne bojte se, stanite pa gledajte kako će vas Gospod izbaviti danas; jer Misirce koje ste videli danas, nećete ih nikada više videti do veka.

14 Gospod će se biti za vas, a vi ćete ćutati.

15 A Gospod reče Mojsiju: Što vičeš k meni? Kaži sinovima Izrailjevim neka idu.

16 A ti digni štap svoj i pruži ruku svoju na more, i rascepi ga, pa neka idu sinovi Izrailjevi posred mora suvim.

17 I gle, ja ću učiniti da otvrdne srce Misircima, te će poći za njima; i proslaviću se na Faraonu i na svoj vojsci njegovoj, na kolima njegovim i na konjicima njegovim.

18 I Misirci će poznati da sam ja Gospod, kad se proslavim na Faraonu, na kolima njegovim i na konjicima njegovim.

19 I podiže se anđeo Gospodnji, koji iđaše pred vojskom izrailjskom, i otide im za leđa; i podiže se stup od oblaka ispred njih, i stade im za leđa.

20 I došav među vojsku misirsku i vojsku izrailjsku beše onim oblak mračan a ovim svetljaše po noći, te ne pristupiše jedni drugima celu noć.

21 I pruži Mojsije ruku svoju na more, a Gospod uzbi more vetrom istočnim, koji jako duvaše celu noć, i osuši more, i voda se rastupi.

22 I pođoše sinovi Izrailjevi posred mora suvim, i voda im stajaše kao zid s desne strane i s leve strane.

23 I Misirci terajući ih pođoše za njima posred mora, svi konji Faraonovi, kola i konjici njegovi.

24 A u stražu jutarnju pogleda Gospod na vojsku misirsku iz stupa od ognja i oblaka, i smete vojsku misirsku.

25 I pobaca točkove kolima njihovim, te ih jedva vucijahu. Tada rekoše Misirci: Bežimo od Izrailja, jer se Gospod bije za njih s Misircima.

26 A Gospod reče Mojsiju: Pruži ruku svoju na more, neka se vrati voda na Misirce, na kola njihova i na konjike njihove.

27 I Mojsije pruži ruku svoju na more, i dođe opet more na silu svoju pred zoru, a Misirci nagoše bežati prema moru; i Gospod baci Misirce usred mora.

28 A vrativši se voda potopi kola i konjike sa svom vojskom Faraonovom, što ih god beše pošlo za njima u more, i ne osta od njih nijedan.

29 I sinovi Izrailjevi iđahu posred mora suvim; i stajaše im voda kao zid s desne strane i s leve strane.

30 I izbavi Gospod Izrailja u onaj dan iz ruku misirskih; i vide Izrailj mrtve Misirce na bregu morskom.

31 I vide Izrailj silu veliku, koju pokaza Gospod na Misircima, i narod se poboja Gospoda, i verova Gospodu i Mojsiju sluzi Njegovom.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Izlazak 14      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 8125. In this chapter, in the internal sense, the subject treated of is the first temptation of those who are of the spiritual church, and the conducting of them through the midst of hell, and their protection then by the Lord; and also the immersion of those who were in faith separate from charity in hell, where are falsities from evils. They who are of the spiritual church are represented by the sons of Israel; they who are in faith separate from charity by the Egyptians. The first temptation is described by the murmuring of the sons of Israel when they saw the army of Pharaoh. Hell is signified by the "sea Suph" through which the sons of Israel were conducted in safety, and in which the Egyptians were immersed. Falsities from evils are signified by the waters which covered the latter.

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Exploring the Meaning of Exodus 14      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 8125. In this chapter, in the internal sense, the subject treated of is the first temptation of those who are of the spiritual church, and the conducting of them through the midst of hell, and their protection then by the Lord; and also the immersion of those who were in faith separate from charity in hell, where are falsities from evils. They who are of the spiritual church are represented by the sons of Israel; they who are in faith separate from charity by the Egyptians. The first temptation is described by the murmuring of the sons of Israel when they saw the army of Pharaoh. Hell is signified by the "sea Suph" through which the sons of Israel were conducted in safety, and in which the Egyptians were immersed. Falsities from evils are signified by the waters which covered the latter.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8125, 8126, 8127, 8128, 8129, 8130, 8131, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 503


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Nebeske Tajne 842, 878, 4236, 4876, 4936, 5215, 5321, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 343, 485

True Christian Religion 635


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apokalipsa Objašnjena 355, 419, 504, 573, 594, 654, 706, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 34, 41

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