Jonás 4

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1 Pero Jonás se apesadumbró en extremo, y se enojó.

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

3 Ahora pues, SEÑOR, te ruego que me mates; porque mejor me es la muerte que la vida.

4 Y el SEÑOR le dijo: ¿Tanto te enojas?

5 Y salió Jonás de la ciudad, y se asentó hacia el oriente de la ciudad, y se hizo allí una choza, y se sentó debajo de ella a la sombra, hasta ver qué sería de la ciudad.

6 Y preparó el SEÑOR 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 Y el mismo Dios preparó un gusano viniendo la mañana del día siguiente, el cual hirió a la calabacera, y se secó.

8 Y acaeció que saliendo el sol, preparó Dios un recio viento solano; y el sol hirió a Jonás en la cabeza, y se desmayaba, y pedía su alma la muerte, diciendo: Mejor sería para mí la muerte que mi vida.

9 Entonces dijo Dios a Jonás: ¿Tanto te enojas por la calabacera? Y él respondió: Hago bien en enojarme, hasta desear la muerte.

10 Y le dijo el SEÑOR: Tuviste tú piedad 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 gran ciudad donde hay más de ciento veinte mil hombres que no saben discernir entre su mano derecha y 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References from Swedenborg's unpublished works: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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Word/Phrase Explanations

Jonás
'Jonah' represents the Jewish nation.

seÑor
The Lord, in the simplest terms, is love itself expressed as wisdom itself. In philosophic terms, love is the Lord's substance and wisdom is His...

dijo
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What...

huyendo
Flight, as in Matthew 14:20, signifies removal from a state of the good of love and innocence. Flight, as in Mark 8:18, signifies the last...

misericordia
In regular language, "mercy" means being caring and compassionate toward those who are in poor states. That's a position we are all in relative to...

mal
'Wickedness' signifies evil, and 'iniquity' signifies falsities.

ciudad
Cities of the mountain and cities of the plain (Jer. 33:13) signify doctrines of charity and faith.

sombra
'The shadow is good' of the oak, poplar and elm means complacence.

ver
The symbolic meaning of "seeing" is "understanding," which is obvious enough that it has become part of common language (think about it; you might see...

dios
The Lord is love itself, expressed in the form of wisdom itself. Love, then, is His essence, His inmost. Wisdom - the loving understanding of...

cabeza
The head is the part of us that is highest, which means in a representative sense that it is what is closest to the Lord....

gusano
'A worm' denotes falsity of evil in the good derived from the proprium or selfhood. 'That dies not,' denotes infernal torment related to falsity. 'Worm'...

sol
The 'sun' signifies celestial and spiritual love. The 'sun' in the Word, when referring to the Lord, signifies His divine love and wisdom. Because the...

viento
Because a nearer and stronger divine influx through the heavens disperses truths among the wicked, 'wind' signifies this dispersion of truth and the resulting conjunction...

alma
The nature of the soul is a deep and complicated topic, but it can be summarized as "spiritual life," who we are in terms of...

Nínive
'Nineveh' signifies the falsities of doctrinal matters, also the Gentiles, or the falsities originating in the fallacies of the senses, in the obscurity of an...

veinte
'Twenty,' when referring to a quantity, signifies everything or fullness, because it is ten twice. 'Twenty,' as in Genesis 18:31, like all numbers occurring in...

mil
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