Éxodo 24

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Spanish: Reina Valera (1909)         

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1 Y DIJO á Moisés: Sube á Jehová, tú, y Aarón, Nadab, y Abiú, y setenta de los ancianos de Israel; y os inclinaréis desde lejos.

2 Mas Moisés sólo se llegará á Jehová; y ellos no se lleguen cerca, ni suba con él el pueblo.

3 Y Moisés vino y contó al pueblo todas las palabras de Jehová, y todos los derechos: y todo el pueblo respondió á una voz, y dijeron: Ejecutaremos todas las palabras que Jehová ha dicho.

4 Y Moisés escribió todas las palabras de Jehová, y levantándose de mañana edificó un altar al pie del monte, y doce columnas, según las doce tribus de Israel.

5 Y envió á los mancebos de los hijos de Israel, los cuales ofrecieron holocaustos y sacrificaron pacíficos á Jehová, becerros.

6 Y Moisés tomó la mitad de la sangre, y púsola en tazones, y esparció la otra mitad de la sangre sobre el altar.

7 Y tomó el libro de la alianza, y leyó á oídos del pueblo, el cual dijo: Haremos todas las cosas que Jehová ha dicho, y obedeceremos.

8 Entonces Moisés tomó la sangre, y roció sobre el pueblo, y dijo: He aquí la sangre de la alianza que Jehová ha hecho con vosotros sobre todas estas cosas.

9 Y subieron Moisés y Aarón, Nadab y Abiú, y setenta de los ancianos de Israel;

10 Y vieron al Dios de Israel; y había debajo de sus pies como un embaldosado de zafiro, semejante al cielo cuando está sereno.

11 Mas no extendió su mano sobre los príncipes de los hijos de Israel: y vieron á Dios, y comieron y bebieron.

12 Entonces Jehová dijo á Moisés: Sube á mí al monte, y espera allá, y te daré tablas de piedra, y la ley, y mandamientos que he escrito para enseñarlos.

13 Y levantóse Moisés, y Josué su ministro; y Moisés subió al monte de Dios.

14 Y dijo á los ancianos: Esperadnos aquí hasta que volvamos á vosotros: y he aquí Aarón y Hur están con vosotros: el que tuviere negocios, lléguese á ellos.

15 Entonces Moisés subió al monte, y una nube cubrió el monte.

16 Y la gloria de Jehová reposó sobre el monte Sinaí, y la nube lo cubrió por seis días: y al séptimo día llamó á Moisés de en medio de la nube.

17 Y el parecer de la gloria de Jehová era como un fuego abrasador en la cumbre del monte, á los ojos de los hijos de Israel.

18 Y entró Moisés en medio de la nube, y subió al monte: y estuvo Moisés en el monte cuarenta días y cuarenta noches.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 9370, 9371, 9372, 9373, 9374, 9375, 9376, ...

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 666, 921, 1001, 1038, 1298, 1530, 1736, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 336, 348, 379, 529

The Lord 39

Doctrine of Life 59, 60

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 284, 285, 706, 730

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 69, 270, 329, 365, 405, 430, 594, ...

El Credo Atanasiano 62

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 50

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