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Ezekiel 17

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1 Και εγεινε λογος Κυριου προς εμε, λεγων,

2 Υιε ανθρωπου, προβαλε αινιγμα και παροιμιασθητι παροιμιαν προς τον οικον Ισραηλ·

3 και ειπε, Ουτω λεγει Κυριος ο Θεος· Ο αετος ο μεγας ο μεγαλοπτερυγος, ο μακρος εις την εκτασιν, ο πληρης πτερων ποικιλοχροων, ηλθεν εις τον Λιβανον και ελαβε τον υψηλοτερον κλαδον της κεδρου·

4 απεκοψε τα ακρα των τρυφερων αυτου κλαδων και εφερεν αυτα εις γην εμπορικην· εθεσεν αυτα εις πολιν εμπορων.

5 Και ελαβεν απο του σπερματος της γης και εθεσεν αυτο εις πεδιον σποριμον· πλησιον πολλων υδατων εφερεν αυτο· ως ιτεαν εθεσεν αυτο.

6 Και εβλαστησε και εγεινεν αμπελος πλατεια, χαμηλη εις το αναστημα, της οποιας τα κληματα εστρεφοντο προς αυτον και αι ριζαι αυτης ησαν υποκατω αυτου· και εγεινεν αμπελος και εκαμε κληματα και εξεδωκε βλαστους.

7 Ητο και αλλος αετος μεγας, ο μεγαλοπτερυγος και πολυπτερος· και ιδου, η αμπελος αυτη εξετεινε τας ριζας αυτης προς αυτον, και ηπλωσε τους κλαδους αυτης προς αυτον, δια να ποτιση αυτην δια των αυλακιων της φυτευσεως αυτης.

8 Ητο πεφυτευμενη εν γη καλη πλησιον υδατων πολλων, δια να καμη βλαστους και να φερη καρπον, ωστε να γεινη αμπελος αγαθη.

9 Ειπε, Ουτω λεγει Κυριος ο Θεος· θελει ευοδωθη; δεν θελει ανασπασει αυτος τας ριζας αυτης και κοψει τον καρπον αυτης, ωστε να ξηρανθη; θελει ξηρανθη κατα παντα τα φυλλα του βλαστηματος αυτης, χωρις μαλιστα μεγαλης δυναμεως η πολλου λαου, δια να εκσπαση αυτην εκ των ριζων αυτης.

10 Ναι, ιδου, φυτευθεισα θελει ευοδωθη; δεν θελει ξηρανθη ολοκληρως, ως οταν εγγιση αυτην ο ανατολικος ανεμος; θελει ξηρανθη εν ταις αυλαξιν οπου εβλαστησε.

11 Και εγεινε λογος Κυριου προς εμε, λεγων,

12 Ειπε τωρα προς τον οικον τον αποστατην· δεν εννοειτε τι δηλουσι ταυτα; ειπε, Ιδου, ο βασιλευς της Βαβυλωνος ηλθεν εις Ιερουσαλημ, και ελαβε τον βασιλεα αυτης και τους αρχοντας αυτης, και εφερεν αυτους μεθ' εαυτου εις Βαβυλωνα·

13 και ελαβεν απο του σπερματος του βασιλικου και εκαμε συνθηκην μετ' αυτου και εκαμεν αυτον να ορκισθη· ελαβε και τους δυνατους του τοπου,

14 δια να ταπεινωθη το βασιλειον, ωστε να μη ανορθωθη, δια να φυλαττη την συνθηκην αυτου, ωστε να στηριζη αυτην.

15 Απεστατησεν ομως απ' αυτου, εξαποστειλας πρεσβεις εαυτου εις την Αιγυπτον, δια να δωσωσιν εις αυτον ιππους και λαον πολυν. Θελει ευοδωθη; θελει διασωθη ο πραττων ταυτα; η παραβαινων την συνθηκην θελει διασωθη;

16 Ζω εγω, λεγει Κυριος ο Θεος, βεβαιως εν τω τοπω του βασιλεως του βασιλευσαντος αυτον, του οποιου τον ορκον κατεφρονησε και του οποιου την συνθηκην παρεβη, μετ' αυτου εν μεσω της Βαβυλωνος θελει τελευτησει.

17 Και δεν θελει καμει υπερ αυτου ουδεν εν τω πολεμω ο Φαραω, με το δυνατον στρατευμα και με το μεγα πληθος, υψονων προχωματα και οικοδομων προμαχωνας, δια να απολεση πολλας ψυχας.

18 Διοτι κατεφρονησε τον ορκον παραβαινων την συνθηκην· και ιδου, επειδη, αφου εδωκε την χειρα αυτου, επραξε παντα ταυτα, δεν θελει διασωθη.

19 Δια τουτο ουτω λεγει Κυριος ο Θεος· Ζω εγω, βεβαιως τον ορκον μου τον οποιον κατεφρονησε, και την συνθηκην μου την οποιαν παρεβη, κατα της κεφαλης αυτου θελω ανταποδωσει αυτα.

20 Και θελω εξαπλωσει το δικτυον μου επ' αυτον και θελει πιασθη εις τα βροχια μου· και θελω φερει αυτον εις Βαβυλωνα, και εκει θελω κριθη μετ' αυτου περι της ανομιας αυτου, την οποιαν ηνομησεν εις εμε.

21 Και παντες οι φυγαδες αυτου μετα παντων των ταγματων αυτου θελουσι πεσει εν μαχαιρα, και οι εναπολειφθεντες θελουσι διασκορπισθη εις παντα ανεμον· και θελετε γνωρισει οτι εγω ο Κυριος ελαλησα.

22 Ουτω λεγει Κυριος ο Θεος· Και θελω λαβει εγω εκ του υψηλοτερου κλαδου της υψηλης κεδρου και φυτευσει· θελω κοψει εγω εκ της κορυφης των νεων αυτου κλωνων ενα τρυφερον και φυτευσει επι ορους υψηλου και εξοχου·

23 επι του υψηλου ορους του Ισραηλ θελω φυτευσει αυτον, και θελει εκφερει κλαδους και καρποφορησει και θελει γεινει κεδρος μεγαλη και υποκατω αυτης θελουσι κατασκηνωσει παν ορνεον και παν πτηνον· υπο την σκιαν των κλαδων αυτης θελουσι κατασκηνωσει.

24 Και παντα τα δενδρα του αγρου θελουσι γνωρισει, οτι εγω ο Κυριος εταπεινωσα το δενδρον το υψηλον, υψωσα το δενδρον το ταπεινον, κατεξηρανα το δενδρον το χλωρον, και εκαμον το δενδρον το ξηρον να αναθαλλη. Εγω ο Κυριος ελαλησα και εξετελεσα.

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 140


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 40, 368, 776, 885, 2702, 3448, 3901, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 244, 298, 343, 400, 401, 757, 759

Doctrine of the Lord 28

True Christian Religion 290, 468


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 109, 281, 283, 355, 419, 507, 577, ...

The White Horse - Appendix 1

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32 το οποιον ειναι μεν μικροτερον παντων των σπερματων, οταν ομως αυξηθη ειναι μεγαλητερον των λαχανων και γινεται δενδρον, ωστε ερχονται τα πετεινα του ουρανου και κατασκηνουσιν εν τοις κλαδοις αυτου.

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Arcana Coelestia # 7679

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7679. 'And Jehovah brought an east wind' means an agent of destruction. This is clear from the meaning of 'an east wind' as an agent of destruction. 'An east wind' has this meaning because it was dry and turbulent, and because it therefore withered the produce of that land, and by its force shattered trees, and ships at sea. This is why that wind, acting as an agent [of destruction], describes the effect that Divine power can have. In addition 'the east' means the good of love and charity, for the Lord is meant by it in the highest sense, 101, 1250, 3708. Also, being Divine, the good of love and charity is in origin very gentle, and consequently is also such in its movements when it passes into heaven. But when it comes down into hell it becomes rough and fierce, because the inhabitants of hell make it so. Therefore the inflow and presence there of that Divine good not only torments them but also devastates them. This too explains why a wind from the east or 'an east wind' means an agent of destruction.

[2] The fact that this wind means an agent of destruction is evident from the places in which it is mentioned in the Word, as in Jeremiah,

Like an east wind I will scatter them before the enemy. Jeremiah 18:17.

In Ezekiel,

The vine that was planted, will it thrive? 1 When the east wind strikes it, will it not wither completely?. Ezekiel 17:10.

In the same prophet,

That vine has been plucked up in anger, it has been cast down onto the ground, the east wind has dried its fruit. Ezekiel 19:12.

In Hosea,

He will be among his brothers a ferocious one; an east wind will come, Jehovah's wind rising up from the desert, and his spring mill become dry, and his fountain dried up. Hosea 13:15.

In David,

By an east wind You will shatter the ships of Tarshish. Psalms 48:7.

In Ezekiel,

They brought you down to many waters, those who despise you; the east wind broke you in the heart of the seas. Ezekiel 27:26.

From these places it is evident that 'an east wind' means an agent of destruction, because it was a dry wind and a turbulent one. It therefore also means an agent of devastation, as in Hosea,

Ephraim feeds the wind, and pursues the east wind. All the day long he multiplies lies and devastation. Hosea 12:1.

'Ephraim' stands for the Church's understanding, 5354, 6222, 6238. 'Feeding the wind' is multiplying lies, and 'pursuing the east wind' is multiplying devastation. A state of devastation and temptation is also called 'the day of the east wind' in Isaiah 27:7-8.

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Footnotes:

1. Reading num prosperabitur (will it thrive?), which Swedenborg has in another place where he quotes this verse and which is the meaning of the Hebrew, for non prosperabitur (it will not thrive)

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(Odkazy: Exodus 10:13)

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Arcana Coelestia 7682, 7702, 7710, 8201, 8228, 8284, 8483, 8875, 9033, 9204, 9313, 9320

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 170, 308


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Apocalypse Explained 194, 315

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