Amos 7

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1 Ganito nagpakita sa akin ang Panginoong Dios: at, narito, siya'y lumikha ng mga balang sa pasimula ng huling pagsibol ng suwi; at, narito, na siyang huling suwi pagkatapos ng mga gapas para sa hari.

2 At nangyari, na nang kanilang matapos makain ang pananim sa lupain, akin ngang sinabi, Oh Panginoong Dios, isinasamo ko sa iyo, na magpatawad ka: paanong tatayo ang Jacob? sapagka't siya'y maliit.

3 Ang Panginoo'y nagsisi tungkol dito, Hindi mangyayari, sabi ng Panginoon.

4 Ganito nagpakita sa akin ang Panginoong Dios: at, narito, ang Panginoong Dios ay tumawag, upang humatol sa pamamagitan ng apoy; at sinupok ang malaking kalaliman, at susupukin sana ang lupain.

5 Nang magkagayo'y sinabi ko, Oh Panginoong Dios, itigil mo, isinasamo ko sa iyo: paanong makatatayo ang Jacob? sapagka't siya'y maliit.

6 Ang Panginoo'y nagsisi tungkol dito: Ito'y hindi rin mangyayari, sabi ng Panginoong Dios.

7 Ganito siya nagpakita sa akin: at, narito, ang Panginoon ay nakatayo sa tabi ng isang kuta na ang pagkayari ay ayon sa pabatong tingga, na may pabatong tingga sa kaniyang kamay.

8 At sinabi ng Panginoon sa akin, Amos, anong iyong nakikita? At aking sinabi, Isang pabatong tingga. Nang magkagayo'y sinabi ng Panginoon, Narito, ako'y maglalagay ng pabatong tingga sa gitna ng aking bayang Israel; hindi na ako magdadaan pa sa kanila;

9 At ang mga mataas na dako ng Isaac ay magiging sira, at ang mga santuario ng Israel ay mangahahandusay na wasak; at ako'y babangon na may tabak laban sa sangbahayan ni Jeroboam.

10 Nang magkagayo'y nagsugo si Amasias na saserdote sa Beth-el kay Jeroboam na hari sa Israel, na nagsasabi, Si Amos ay nagbanta laban sa iyo sa gitna ng sangbahayan ni Israel: hindi mababata ng lupain ang lahat niyang mga salita.

11 Sapagka't ganito ang sabi ni Amos, Si Jeroboam ay mamamatay sa pamamagitan ng tabak, at ang Israel ay walang pagsalang dadalhing bihag mula sa kaniyang lupain.

12 Sinabi rin ni Amasias kay Amos, Oh ikaw na tagakita, yumaon ka, at tumakas ka sa lupain ng Juda, at doo'y kumain ka ng tinapay, at manghula ka roon:

13 Nguni't huwag ka nang manghula pa sa Beth-el: sapagka't siyang santuario ng hari, at siyang bahay-hari.

14 Nang magkagayo'y sumagot si Amos, at nagsabi kay Amasias, Ako'y hindi propeta, o anak man ng propeta; kundi ako'y pastor, at manggagawa sa mga puno ng sikomoro:

15 At kinuha ako ng Panginoon mula sa pagsunod sa kawan, at sinabi ng Panginoon sa akin, Ikaw ay yumaon, manghula ka sa aking bayang Israel.

16 Kaya't ngayo'y dinggin mo ang salita ng Panginoon, Iyong sinasabi, Huwag kang manghula laban sa Israel, at huwag mong ihulog ang iyong salita laban sa sangbahayan ni Isaac:

17 Kaya't ganito ang sabi ng Panginoon, Ang iyong asawa ay magiging patutot sa bayan, at ang iyong mga anak na lalake at babae ay mangabubuwal sa pamamagitan ng tabak, at ang iyong lupain ay mababahagi sa pamamagitan ng pising panukat; at ikaw ay mamamatay sa isang lupaing marumi, at ang Israel ay walang pagsalang dadalhing bihag mula sa kaniyang lupain.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 207

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1453, 2832, 4281, 7571, 9854, 10441

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 538, 543, 624

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

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