Ezekiel 9

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1 Daarna het Hy hardop voor my ore geroep en gesê: Kom nader, geregsdienaars van die stad, en elkeen met sy verwoestende wapen in sy hand.

2 En kyk, ses manne kom met die pad van die Boonste Poort wat na die noorde toe lê, en elkeen met sy wapen in sy hand om mee te verbrysel; en onder hulle een man wat met linne bekleed was, met 'n skrywer se inkpot aan sy heupe; en hulle het gekom en vlak by die koperaltaar gaan staan.

3 En die heerlikheid van die God van Israel het opgestyg van die gérub waar dit op was, na die drumpel van die huis toe; en Hy het na die man geroep wat met linne bekleed was, wat die skrywer se inkpot aan sy heupe gehad het.

4 En die HERE vir hom: Trek dwarsdeur die stad, dwarsdeur Jerusalem, en maak 'n teken op die voorhoofde van die manne wat sug en steun oor al die gruwels wat daarin gedoen word.

5 Maar aan die ander Hy voor my ore: Trek agter hom aan deur die stad, en slaan; laat julle oog nie verskoon nie, en moet nie spaar nie;

6 slaan dood grysaards, jongmanne en jongedogters en kinders en vroue tot vernietiging toe; maar raak aan niemand op wie die teken is nie, en begin by my heiligdom. En hulle het begin by die manne, die oudstes, wat voor die huis was.

7 En Hy vir hulle: Verontreinig die huis en maak die voorhowe vol met mense wat verslaan word. Trek uit! En hulle het uitgetrek en geslaan in die stad.

8 En toe hulle besig was om neer te slaan en ek oorgebly het, het ek op my aangesig geval en uitgeroep en gesê: Ag, Here HERE, gaan U die hele oorblyfsel van Israel vernietig deurdat U u grimmigheid oor Jerusalem uitgiet?

9 Toe Hy vir my: Die ongeregtigheid van die huis van Israel en van Juda is buitengewoon groot, en die land is vol bloedskuld, en die stad is vol regsverbreking; want hulle : Die HERE het die land verlaat, en die HERE sien nie.

10 Daarom ook, wat My aangaan, my oog sal nie verskoon nie, en Ek sal nie spaar nie; Ek sal hulle wandel op hulle hoof laat neerkom.

11 En kyk, die man wat met linne bekleed was, aan wie se heupe die inkpot was, het berig gebring en gesê: Ek het gedoen soos U my beveel het.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 9457

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

Sacred Scripture 97

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 132

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 308, 396, 737, 2242, 4503, 5608, 6588, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 239, 325, 347, 440, 620, 629, 671

The Lord 39

True Christianity 93, 260

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 270, 315, 427, 555, 577, 838, 863, ...

Marriage 93

Scriptural Confirmations 19, 99

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