Éxodo 11

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Spanish: Sagradas Escrituras (1569)         

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1 Y el SEÑOR dijo a Moisés: Una plaga traeré aún sobre el Faraón, y sobre Egipto; después de la cual él os dejará ir de aquí; y seguramente os echará de aquí del todo.

2 Habla ahora al pueblo, y que cada uno demande a su vecino, y cada una a su vecina, vasos de plata y de oro.

3 Y el SEÑOR dio gracia al pueblo en los ojos de los egipcios. También Moisés era gran varón en la tierra de Egipto, delante de los siervos del Faraón, y delante del pueblo.

4 Y dijo Moisés: El SEÑOR ha dicho así: A la medianoche yo saldré por en medio de Egipto,

5 y morirá todo primogénito en tierra de Egipto, desde el primogénito del Faraón que está asentado en su trono, hasta el primogénito de la sierva que está tras la muela; y todo primogénito de las bestias.

6 Y habrá gran clamor por toda la tierra de Egipto, cual nunca fue, ni jamás será.

7 Mas entre todos los hijos de Israel, desde el hombre hasta la bestia, ni un perro moverá su lengua: para que sepáis que hará diferencial el SEÑOR entre los egipcios y los israelitas.

8 Y descenderán a mí todos estos tus siervos, e inclinados delante de mí dirán: Sal tú, y todo el pueblo que está debajo de ti; y después de esto yo saldré. Y salió muy enojado de la presencia del Faraón.

9 Y el SEÑOR dijo a Moisés: El Faraón no os oirá, para que mis maravillas se multipliquen en la tierra de Egipto.

10 Y Moisés y Aarón hicieron todos estos prodigios delante del Faraón: mas el SEÑOR había endurecido el corazón del Faraón, para que no dejase ir de su tierra a los hijos de Israel.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 7763, 7764, 7765, 7766, 7767, 7768, 7769, ...

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1551, 1851, 2353, 2588, 3325, 4335, 6914, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 657, 658

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 242, 654, 687, 1182

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