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1 Men när Jeremia hade talat till allt folket alla HE ENS, deras Guds, ord, med vilka HE EN, deras Gud, hade sänt honom till dem, allt som sagt är,

2 då svarade Asarja, Hosajas son, och Johanan, Kareas son, och alla de övriga fräcka männen -- dessa svarade Jeremia: »Det är icke sant vad du säger; HE EN, vår Gud, har icke sänt dig och låtit säga: 'I skolen icke begiva eder till Egypten, för att bo där såsom främlingar.'

3 Nej, det är Baruk, Nerias son, som uppeggar dig mot oss, på det att vi må bliva givna i kaldéernas hand, för att dessa skola döda oss eller föra oss bort till Babel.»

4 Och varken Johanan, Kareas son, eller någon av krigshövitsmännen eller någon av folket ville höra HE ENS röst och stanna kvar i Juda land.

5 I stället togo Johanan, Kareas son, och alla krigshövitsmännen med sig alla de kvarblivna av Juda, dem som från alla de folk till vilka de hade varit fördrivna hade kommit tillbaka, för att bo i Juda land,

6 både män, kvinnor och barn, där till konungadöttrarna och alla andra som Nebusaradan, översten för drabanterna, hade lämnat kvar hos Gedalja, son till Ahikam, son till Safan, jämväl profeten Jeremia och Baruk, Nerias son,

7 och begåvo sig till Egyptens land, ty de ville icke höra HE ENS röst. Och de kommo så fram till Tapanhes.

8 Och HE ENS ord kom till Jeremia i Tapanhes; han sade:

9 Tag dig några stora stenar och mura in dem i murbruket, där tegelgolvet lägges, vid ingången till Faraos hus i Tapanhes; gör detta inför judiska mäns ögon

10 och säg till dem: Så säger HE EN Sebaot, Israels Gud: Se, jag skall sända åstad och hämta min tjänare Nebukadressar, konungen i Babel, och hans tron skall jag sätta upp ovanpå de stenar som jag har låtit mura in har, och han skall på dem breda ut sin tronmatta.

11 Ty han skall komma och slå Egyptens land och giva i pestens våld den som hör pesten till, i fångenskapens våld den som hör fångenskapen till, i svärdets våld den som hör svärdet till.

12 Och jag skall tända eldEgyptens gudahus, och han skall bränna upp dem och föra gudarna bort. Och han skall rensa Egyptens land från ohyra, likasom en herde rensar sin mantel; sedan skall han draga därifrån i god ro.

13 Och han skall slå sönder stoderna i Bet-Semes i Egyptens land, och Egyptens gudahus skall han bränna upp i eld.

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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 Caelestia 2441, 3727, 7519

Apocalypse Revealed 53

The Lord 39, 53

True Christianity 93, 158

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 401, 409, 540, 811

Marriage 93

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