Izlazak 9

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1 Tada reče Gospod Mojsiju: Idi k Faraonu, i reci mu: Ovako veli Gospod Bog jevrejski: Pusti narod moj da mi posluži;

2 Ako li ih ne pustiš nego ih još staneš zadržavati,

3 Evo, ruka Gospodnja doći će na stoku tvoju u polju, na konje, na magarce, na kamile, na volove i na ovce, s pomorom vrlo velikim.

4 A odvojiće Gospod stoku izrailjsku od stoke misirske; te od svega što je sinova Izrailjevih neće poginuti ništa.

5 I postavio je Gospod rok rekavši: Sutra će to učiniti na zemlji Gospod.

6 I Gospod učini to sutradan, i sva stoka misirska uginu; a od stoke sinova Izrailjevih ne uginu nijedno.

7 I posla Faraon da vide, i gle, od stoke izrailjske ne uginu nijedno; ipak otvrdnu srce Faraonu, i ne pusti narod.

8 Tada reče Gospod Mojsiju i Aronu: Uzmite pepela iz peći pune pregršti, i Mojsije neka ga baci u nebo pred Faraonom;

9 I postaće prah po svoj zemlji misirskoj, a od njega će postati kraste pune gnoja i na ljudima i na stoci po svoj zemlji misirskoj.

10 I uzeše pepela iz peći, i stadoše pred Faraona, i baci ga Mojsije u nebo, i postaše kraste pune gnoja po ljudima i po stoci.

11 I vračari ne mogoše stajati pred Mojsijem od krasta; jer behu kraste i na vračarima i na svim Misircima.

12 I Gospod učini te otvrdnu srce Faraonovo, i ne posluša ih, kao što beše kazao Gospod Mojsiju.

13 Posle reče Gospod Mojsiju: Ustani rano i izađi pred Faraona, i reci mu: Ovako veli Gospod Bog jevrejski: Pusti narod moj da mi posluži.

14 Jer ću sada pustiti sva zla svoja na srce tvoje i na sluge tvoje i na narod tvoj, da znaš da niko nije kao ja na celoj zemlji.

15 Jer sada kad pružih ruku svoju, mogah i tebe i narod tvoj udariti pomorom, pa te ne bi više bilo na zemlji;

16 Ali te ostavih da pokažem na tebi silu svoju, i da se pripoveda ime moje po svoj zemlji.

17 I ti se još podižeš na moj narod, i nećeš da ga pustiš?

18 Evo, sutra ću u ovo doba pustiti grad vrlo velik, kakvog nije bilo u Misiru otkako je postao pa dosada.

19 Zato sada pošlji, te skupi stoku svoju i šta god imaš u polju, jer će pasti grad na sve ljude i na stoku što se zateče u polju i ne bude skupljeno u kuću, i izginuće.

20 Koji se god između sluga Faraonovih poboja reči Gospodnje, on brže skupi sluge svoje i stoku svoju u kuću;

21 A koji ne maraše za reč Gospodnju, on ostavi sluge svoje i stoku svoju u polju.

22 I Gospod reče Mojsiju: Pruži ruku svoju k nebu, neka udari grad po svoj zemlji misirskoj, na ljude i na stoku i na sve bilje po polju u zemlji misirskoj.

23 I Mojsije pruži štap svoj k nebu, i Gospod pusti gromove i grad, da oganj skakaše na zemlju. I tako Gospod učini, te pade grad na zemlju misirsku.

24 A beše grad i oganj smešan s gradom silan veoma, kakvog ne beše u svoj zemlji misirskoj otkako je ljudi u njoj.

25 I pobi grad po svoj zemlji misirskoj šta god beše u polju od čoveka do živinčeta; i sve bilje u polju potre grad, i sva drveta u polju polomi.

26 Samo u zemlji gesemskoj, gde behu sinovi Izrailjevi, ne beše grada.

27 Tada posla Faraon, te dozva Mojsija i Arona, i reče im: Sada zgreših; Gospod je pravedan, a ja i moj narod jesmo bezbožnici.

28 Molite se Gospodu, jer je dosta, neka prestanu gromovi Božji i grad, pa ću vas pustiti, i više vas neće niko ustavljati.

29 A Mojsije mu reče: Kad izađem iza grada, raširiću ruke svoje ka Gospodu, a gromovi će prestati i grada neće više biti, da znaš da je Gospodnja zemlja.

30 A ti i sluge tvoje znam da se još nećete bojati Gospoda Boga.

31 I propade lan i ječam, jer ječam beše klasao, a lan se glavičio.

32 A pšenica i krupnik ne propade, jer beše pozno žito.

33 I Mojsije otišavši od Faraona iza grada raširi ruke svoje ka Gospodu, i prestaše gromovi i grad, i dažd ne padaše na zemlju.

34 Ali Faraon videvši gde presta dažd i grad i gromovi, stade opet grešiti, i srce mu otvrdnu i njemu i slugama njegovim.

35 Otvrdnu srce Faraonu, te ne pusti sinove Izrailjeve, kao što beše kazao Gospod preko Mojsija.

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Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 878, 1343, 1703, 2445, 3048, 4876, 4936, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 399, 401, 485, 657, 678

True Christian Religion 635


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 503, 504, 650, 654, 727, 962

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