Jeremías 39

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1 En el noveno año de Sedequías rey de Judá, en el mes décimo, vino Nabucodonosor rey de Babilonia con todo su ejército contra Jerusalén, y la cercaron.

2 Y en el undécimo año de Sedequías, en el mes cuarto, a los nueve del mes, fue rota la ciudad;

3 y entraron todos los príncipes del rey de Babilonia, y asentaron a la puerta del medio: Nergal-sarezer, Samgar-nebo, Sarsequim, y Rabsaris, Nergal-sarezer, Rabmag, y todos los demás príncipes del rey de Babilonia.

4 Y fue que viéndolos Sedequías, rey de Judá, y todos los hombres de guerra, huyeron, y salieron de noche de la ciudad por el camino de la huerta del rey, por la puerta entre los dos muros; y salió el rey por el camino del desierto.

5 Mas el ejército de los caldeos los siguió, y alcanzaron a Sedequías en los llanos de Jericó; y le tomaron, y le hicieron subir a Nabucodonosor rey de Babilonia, a Ribla, en tierra de Hamat, y le sentenció.

6 Y degolló el rey de Babilonia a los hijos de Sedequías en su presencia en Ribla, haciendo asimismo degollar el rey de Babilonia a todos los nobles de Judá.

7 Y sacó los ojos al rey Sedequías, y le aprisionó con grillos para llevarle a Babilonia.

8 Y los caldeos pusieron a fuego la casa del rey y las casas del pueblo, y derribaron los muros de Jerusalén.

9 Y el resto del pueblo que había quedado en la ciudad, y los que se habían adherido a él, con todo el resto del pueblo que había quedado, los transportó a Babilonia Nabuzaradán, capitán de la guardia.

10 Pero Nabuzaradán, capitán de la guardia, hizo quedar en tierra de Judá del vulgo de los pobres que no tenían nada, y les dio entonces viñas y heredades.

11 Y Nabucodonosor había ordenado a Nabuzaradán, capitán de la guardia, acerca de Jeremías, diciendo:

12 Tómale, y mira por él, y no le hagas mal ninguno; antes harás con él como él te dijere.

13 Envió, por tanto, Nabuzaradán capitán de la guardia, y Nabusazbán, Rabsaris, y Nergal-sarezer, y Rabmag, y todos los príncipes del rey de Babilonia;

14 Enviaron entonces, y tomaron a Jeremías del patio de la guarda, y lo entregaron a Gedalías hijo de Ahicam, hijo de Safán, para que lo sacase a casa; y vivió entre el pueblo.

15 Y había sido palabra del SEÑOR a Jeremías, estando preso en el patio de la guarda, diciendo:

16 Ve, y habla a Ebed-melec etíope, diciendo: Así dijo el SEÑOR de los ejércitos, Dios de Israel: He aquí que yo traigo mis palabras sobre esta ciudad para mal, y no para bien; y vendrán a ser en aquel día en presencia tuya.

17 Mas en aquel día yo te libraré, dijo el SEÑOR, y no serás entregado en mano de aquellos de quienes tú temes.

18 Porque ciertamente te libraré, y no caerás a cuchillo, sino que tu vida te será por despojo, porque tuviste confianza en mí, dijo el SEÑOR.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 105

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3448, 6442

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 39, 53

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 93, 158

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 409, 919, 1029

Marriage 93

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