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Hóseás 6

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1 Jertek, térjünk vissza az Úrhoz, mert õ szaggatott meg és õ gyógyít meg minket; megsebesített, de bekötöz minket!

2 Megelevenít minket két nap mulva, a harmadik napon feltámaszt minket, hogy éljünk az õ színe elõtt.

3 Ismerjük hát el, törekedjünk megismerni az Urat. Az õ kijövetele bizonyos, mint a hajnal, és eljõ hozzánk, mint az esõ, mint a késõi esõ, a mely megáztatja a földet.

4 Mit cselekedjem veled Efraim? Mit cselekedjem veled Júda? Hiszen szeretetetek olyan, mint a reggeli felhõ és mint a korán múló harmat.

5 Azért vertem meg a próféták által és megölöm õket az én számnak beszédivel. Bizony, a te ítéleteid olyanok, mint a kelõ nap.

6 Mert szeretetet kivánok én és nem áldozatot: az Istennek ismeretét inkább, mintsem égõáldozatokat.

7 De õk, mint Ádám, áthágták a szövetséget; ott cselekedtek hûtlenül ellenem.

8 Gileád a gonosztevõk városa, vérrel van bemocskolva.

9 És miképen tolvajok leselkednek, úgy [tesz] a papok szövetkezete; gyilkolnak a sikemi úton; bizony, gonosz dolgokat cselekesznek.

10 Rettenetes dolgokat látok Izráel házában. Ott van Efraim paráználkodása; meg van fertõztetve Izráel.

11 Júda! a te számodra is készített aratást, mikor fordítok az én népemnek fogságán.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 189


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 93, 290, 720, 901, 922, 2180, 2405, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 134, 496, 505, 704

Doctrine of the Lord 4

Sacred Scripture 79

True Christian Religion 247, 314


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 532, 644, 811, 832

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 53

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 54

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The idea of a "prophet" is very closely tied to the idea of the Bible itself, since the Bible was largely written by prophets. At a lower level, prophets represent people who teach from the Bible. At a higher level, they represent the Lord as He reveals himself through the Bible. Viewed in a abstract way, prophets represent the holy parts of the Bible themselves, and also represent doctrine drawn from the Bible.

The reason we say "largely written by prophets" and "the holy parts of the Bible" is that, according to Swedenborg, not all of the books currently included in the Bible have a complete and continuous internal sense. Some – like Job, Ruth, and Song of Solomon – are wonderful literary pieces that got included, but which lack the systematic meanings for words and phrases. Others – the Acts and Epistles, primarily – are really doctrinal works, the first attempt by others to extract meaning from Jesus' life and words.

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Hóseás 5:1

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1 Halljátok meg ezt, ti papok! Figyeljetek, Izráel háza! Hallgassatok ide királynak háza; hiszen reátok vonatkozik az ítélet, mert tõrré lettetek Miczpának, és kiterített hálóvá a Táboron.

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 188

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