Jonás 4

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Spanish: Reina Valera (1909)         

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1 PERO Jonás se apesadumbró en extremo, y enojóse.

2 Y oró á Jehová, y dijo: Ahora, oh Jehová, ¿no es esto lo que yo decía estando aún en mi tierra? Por eso me precaví huyendo á Tarsis; porque sabía yo que tú eres Dios clemente y piadoso, tardo á enojarte, y de grande misericordia, y que te arrepientes del

3 Ahora pues, oh Jehová, ruégote que me mates; porque mejor me es la muerte que la vida.

4 Y Jehová le dijo: ¿Haces tú bien en enojarte tanto?

5 Y salióse Jonás de la ciudad, y asentó hacia el oriente de la ciudad, é hízose allí una choza, y se sentó debajo de ella á la sombra, hasta ver qué sería de la ciudad.

6 Y preparó Jehová Dios una calabacera, la cual creció sobre Jonás para que hiciese sombra sobre su cabeza, y le defendiese de su mal: y Jonás se alegró grandemente por la calabacera.

7 Mas Dios preparó un gusano al venir la mañana del día siguiente, el cual hirió á la calabacera, y secóse.

8 Y acaeció que al salir el sol, preparó Dios un recio viento solano; y el sol hirió á Jonás en la cabeza, y desmayábase, y se deseaba la muerte, diciendo: Mejor sería para mí la muerte que mi vida.

9 Entonces dijo Dios á Jonás: ¿Tanto te enojas por la calabacera? Y él respondió: Mucho me enojo, hasta la muerte.

10 Y dijo Jehová: Tuviste tú lástima de la calabacera, en la cual no trabajaste, ni tú la hiciste crecer; que en espacio de una noche nació, y en espacio de otra noche pereció:

11 ¿Y no tendré yo piedad de Nínive, aquella grande ciudad donde hay más de ciento y veinte mil personas que no conocen su mano derecha ni su mano izquierda, y muchos animales?

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 214

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 10441

Sacred Scripture 51

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 226

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 401, 419

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