Jeremías 43

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Spanish: Reina Valera (1909)         

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1 Y ACONTECIO que como Jeremías acabó de hablar á todo el pueblo todas las palabras de Jehová Dios de ellos, todas estas palabras por las cuales Jehová Dios de ellos le había enviado á ellos mismos,

2 Dijo Azarías hijo de Osaías, y Johanán hijo de Carea, y todos los varones soberbios dijeron á Jeremías: Mentira dices; no te ha enviado Jehová nuestro Dios para decir: No entréis en Egipto á peregrinar allí.

3 Sino que Baruch hijo de Nerías te incita contra nosotros, para entregarnos en mano de los Caldeos, para matarnos y para hacernos trasportar á Babilonia.

4 No obedeció pues Johanán hijo de Carea, y todos los oficiales de la gente de guerra, y todo el pueblo, á la voz de Jehová para quedarse en tierra de Judá;

5 Antes tomó Johanán hijo de Carea, y todos los oficiales de la gente de guerra, á todo el resto de Judá, que de todas las gentes adonde habían sido echados habían vuelto para morar en tierra de Judá:

6 A hombres, y mujeres, y niños, y á las hijas del rey, y á toda alma que había dejado Nabuzaradán capitán de la guardia con Gedalías hijo de Ahicam hijo de Saphán, y á Jeremías profeta, y á Baruch hijo de Nerías;

7 Y entraron en tierra de Egipto; porque no obedecieron á la voz de Jehová: y llegaron hasta Taphnes.

8 Y fué palabra de Jehová á Jeremías en Taphnes, diciendo:

9 Toma con tu mano piedras grandes, y cúbrelas de barro en un horno de ladrillos que está á la puerta de la casa de Faraón en Taphnes, á vista de hombres Judíos;

10 Y diles: Así ha dicho Jehová de los ejércitos, Dios de Israel: He aquí que yo envío, y tomaré á Nabucodonosor rey de Babilonia, mi siervo, y pondré su trono sobre estas piedras que he escondido, y tenderá su dosel sobre ellas.

11 Y vendrá, y herirá la tierra de Egipto: los que á muerte, á muerte, y los que á cautiverio, á cautiverio, y los que á cuchillo, á cuchillo.

12 Y pondré fuego á las casas de los dioses de Egipto; y las quemará, y á ellos llevará cautivos; y él se vestirá la tierra de Egipto, como el pastor se viste su capa, y saldrá de allá en paz.

13 Además, quebrará las estatuas de Beth-semes, que es en tierra de Egipto, y las casas de los dioses de Egipto quemará á fuego.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 109

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 2441, 3727, 7519

Apocalypse Revealed 53

The Lord 39, 53

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 93, 158

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 401, 409, 540, 811

Marriage 93

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