Ezechiel 29

Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 In anno decimo, decimo mense, undecima die mensis, factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

2 Fili hominis, pone faciem tuam contra Pharaonem regem Ægypti, et prophetabis de eo, et de Ægypto universa.

3 Loquere, et dices : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Ecce ego ad te, Pharao rex Ægypti, draco magne, qui cubas in medio fluminum tuorum, et dicis : Meus est fluvius, et ego feci memetipsum.

4 Et ponam frenum in maxillis tuis, et agglutinabo pisces fluminum tuorum squamis tuis, et extraham te de medio fluminum tuorum, et universi pisces tui squamis tuis adhærebunt.

5 Et projiciam te in desertum, et omnes pisces fluminis tui : super faciem terræ cades ; non colligeris, neque congregaberis : bestiis terræ et volatilibus cæli dedi te ad devorandum.

6 Et scient omnes habitatores Ægypti quia ego Dominus, pro eo quod fuisti baculus arundineus domui Israël :

7 quando apprehenderunt te manu, et confractus es, et lacerasti omnem humerum eorum : et innitentibus eis super te comminutus es, et dissolvisti omnes renes eorum.

8 Proptera hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Ecce ego adducam super te gladium, et interficiam de te hominem et jumentum.

9 Et erit terra Ægypti in desertum et in solitudinem : et scient quia ego Dominus, pro eo quod dixeris : Fluvius meus est, et ego feci eum.

10 Idcirco ecce ego ad te, et ad flumina tua : daboque terram Ægypti in solitudines, gladio dissipatam, a turre Syenes usque ad terminos Æthiopiæ.

11 Non pertransibit eam pes hominis, neque pes jumenti gradietur in ea, et non habitabitur quadraginta annis.

12 Daboque terram Ægypti desertam in medio terrarum desertarum, et civitates ejus in medio urbium subversarum, et erunt desolatæ quadraginta annis : et dispergam Ægyptios in nationes, et ventilabo eos in terras.

13 Quia hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Post finem quadraginta annorum congregabo Ægyptum de populis in quibus dispersi fuerant.

14 Et reducam captivitatem Ægypti, et collocabo eos in terra Phathures, in terra nativitatis suæ, et erunt ibi in regnum humile.

15 Inter cetera regna erit humillima, et non elevabitur ultra super nationes, et imminuam eos ne imperent gentibus.

16 Neque erunt ultra domui Israël in confidentia, docentes iniquitatem ut fugiant, et sequantur eos : et scient quia ego Dominus Deus.

17 Et factum est in vigesimo et septimo anno, in primo, in una mensis : factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

18 Fili hominis, Nabuchodonosor rex Babylonis servire fecit exercitum suum servitute magna adversum Tyrum : omne caput decalvatum, et omnis humerus depilatus est : et merces non est reddita ei, neque exercitui ejus, de Tyro, pro servitute qua servivit mihi adversus eam.

19 Propterea hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Ecce ego dabo Nabuchodonosor regem Babylonis in terra Ægypti : et accipiet multitudinem ejus, et deprædabitur manubias ejus, et diripiet spolia ejus : et erit merces exercitui illius,

20 et operi quo servivit adversus eam : dedi ei terram Ægypti pro eo quod laboraverit mihi, ait Dominus Deus.

21 In die illo pullulabit cornu domui Israël, et tibi dabo apertum os in medio eorum, et scient quia ego Dominus.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1165

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 152

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 42, 130, 730, 778, 908, 988, 1085, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 47, 405, 485, 503, 567, 704, 757, ...

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 4, 28

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Scriptura Sacra 35

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 66, 316, 342, 388, 513, 518, 557, ...

Coronis 58

De Verbo 10, 25

Dicta Probantia 4, 52

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