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Hoschea 13

Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Loquente Ephraim, horror invasit Israël ; et deliquit in Baal, et mortuus est.

2 Et nunc addiderunt ad peccandum ; feceruntque sibi conflatile de argento suo quasi similitudinem idolorum : factura artificum totum est : his ipsi dicunt : Immolate homines, vitulos adorantes.

3 Idcirco erunt quasi nubes matutina, et sicut ros matutinus præteriens ; sicut pulvis turbine raptus ex area, et sicut fumus de fumario.

4 Ego autem Dominus Deus tuus, ex terra Ægypti ; et Deum absque me nescies, et salvator non est præter me.

5 Ego cognovi te in deserto, in terra solitudinis.

6 Juxta pascua sua adimpleti sunt et saturati sunt ; et levaverunt cor suum, et obliti sunt mei.

7 Et ego ero eis quasi leæna, sicut pardus in via Assyriorum.

8 Occurram eis quasi ursa raptis catulis, et dirumpam interiora jecoris eorum, et consumam eos ibi quasi leo : bestia agri scindet eos.

9 Perditio tua, Israël : tantummodo in me auxilium tuum.

10 Ubi est rex tuus ? maxime nunc salvet te in omnibus urbibus tuis ; et judices tui, de quibus dixisti : Da mihi regem et principes.

11 Dabo tibi regem in furore meo, et auferam in indignatione mea.

12 Colligata est iniquitas Ephraim ; absconditum peccatum ejus.

13 Dolores parturientis venient ei : ipse filius non sapiens : nunc enim non stabit in contritione filiorum.

14 De manu mortis liberabo eos ; de morte redimam eos. Ero mors tua, o mors ! morsus tuus ero, inferne ! consolatio abscondita est ab oculis meis.

15 Quia ipse inter fratres dividet : adducet urentem ventum Dominus de deserto ascendentem, et siccabit venas ejus, et desolabit fontem ejus : et ipse diripiet thesaurum omnis vasis desiderabilis.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 196


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 264, 908, 1861, 1949, 2584, 3574, 3579, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 241, 242, 243, 281, 321, 343, 422, ...

Summaria Expositio 36, 120

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 34, 38, 45

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Scriptura Sacra 79

Vera Christiana Religio 6, 21, 83, 188, 294, 583, 637


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypsis Explicata 186, 278, 328, 388, 419, 482, 483, ...

De Conjugio 6, 21, 83

Dicta Probantia 19, 99

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ephraim
Ephraim was the second son born to Joseph in Egypt and was, along with his older brother Manasseh, elevated by Jacob to the same status...

baal
Baalim and her lovers (Hosea 2:13) signify those things which belong to the natural man, and are loved; such as the lusts and falsities thence...

mortuus
Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

mortuus est
Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

nubes
In Isaiah 19:1, "Jehovah rides upon a light cloud, and comes into Egypt", signifies the visitation of the natural man from spiritual-natural Divine Truth, for...

ros
Dew, in Deut. 32:2 signifies the multiplication of truth from good, and the fructification of good by truth.

pulvis
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area
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fumus
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'Lands' of different nations are used in the Word to signify the different kinds of love prevalent in the inhabitants.

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The Lord from the essential divine, through the divine human, is the savior. The Lord became the savior by His spiritual temptations, or combats.

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'Wilderness' signifies something with little life in it, as described in the internal sense in Luke 1:80 'Wilderness' signifies somewhere there is no good because...

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6281. Quod ‘redimere’ attinet, id in proprio sensu significat sibi restituere et appropriare quod suum fuerat, et praedicatur de servitio, de morte et de malo; cum de servitio, intelliguntur illi qui servi facti sunt, in sensu spirituali qui emancipati inferno; cum de morte, intelliguntur illi qui in damnatione; et cum de malo, ut hic, intelliguntur qui in inferno, nam malum a quo angelus redemit, est infernum, n. 6279. Quia Dominus ab illis hominem liberavit per quod Humanum in Se Divinum fecit, ideo est Divinum Humanum Ipsius quod in Verbo vocatur Redemptor; ut apud Esaiam,

Ego adjuvo te, dictum Jehovae, et Redemptor tuus Sanctus Israelis, 41:14:

apud eundem,

Sic dixit Jehovah, Redemptor Israelis, Sanctus Ipsius, 49:7, 26:

apud eundem,

Jehovah Zebaoth nomen Ipsius, et Redemptor tuus, Sanctus Israelis, Deus totius terrae vocabitur, 54:5;

in his locis distinguitur Ipsum Divinum quod vocatur Jehovah, a Divino Humano quod dicitur Redemptor Sanctus Israelis.

[2] Quod autem sit Ipse Jehovah in Divino Humano 1 , constat ab his locis:

apud Esaiam,

Sic dixit Jehovah Rex Israelis, et Redemptor illius, Jehovah Zebaoth, Ego primus et Ego novissimus, et praeter Me non Deus, 44:6:

apud eundem,

Sic dixit Jehovah Redemptor tuus,... Ego Jehovah Deus tuus, docens te, 48:17:

apud eundem,

Tu Pater noster, nam Abraham non cognoscit nos, et Israel non agnoscit nos, Tu Jehovah Pater noster Redemptor noster, a saeculo nomen Tuum, 63:16:

apud Davidem,

Jehovah Qui redemit e fovea vitam 2 tuam, Ps. 103:4;

[3] ex quibus locis etiam patet quod per ‘Jehovam’ in Verbo non alius intelligatur quam Dominus, n. 1343, (x)1736, 2921, 3035, 5663; et quod ‘Jehovah Redemptor’ sit Divinum Humanum Ipsius; ideo quoque qui redempti sunt, vocantur redempti Jehovae, apud Esaiam,

Dicite filiae Zionis, Ecce salus tua venit, ecce merces Ipsius cum Ipso, et pretium operis coram Ipso, vocabunt illos, Populum sanctitatis, redemptos Jehovae, 62:11, 12; 3 quod Dominus sit a Quo ‘redempti Jehovae’ dicuntur, manifeste liquet, nam de Adventu Ipsius dicitur ‘ecce salus tua venit, ecce merces Ipsius cum Ipso’. Praeterea videatur Esai. xliii (x)Esai. ccc1, 52:2, 3, 63:4, 9, 13:14, Exod. vi (x)Exodus ccc6, 15:13, 4 Hiob. 19:25, ubi patet quod redemptio praedicetur de servitio, et de morte, et de 5 malo.

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Footnotes:

1. Qui Redemptor

2. meam in the Manuscript, and in the First Latin Edition, but see Hebrew and Arcana Coelestia 5236.

3. ibi quod Dominus sit, Qui Jehovah Redemptor,

4. In the Manuscript Hiob ref. follows Hosea ref.

5. inferno

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(Odkazy: Acta Apostolorum 19:25; Exodus 6:6; Genesis 48:16; Esaias 43:1, 52:2-3, 62:11-12)

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Arcana Coelestia 6945, 7066, 7091, 7205, 7209, 7406, 7499, 7539, 7727, 7867, 7958, 8046, 8077, 8172, 8241, 8261, 8301, 8560, 8769, 8864, 9077, 9322, 9414

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Apocalypsis Explicata 401


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Liber Psalmorum 1:4

Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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Exploring the Meaning of Psalms 1      

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In this first Psalm, the inner meaning is pretty close to the surface.

Verses 1-3 are saying that people who make it a habit to avoid doing evil things can be led by the Lord, through the Word, to love good things. They will be reborn, or regenerated.

In verses 4-5, it's saying that people who don't live well - who are ungodly - will not be saved.

In Verse 6, the meaning is that the Lord knows us all, interiorly.

There are at least four important truths about our spiritual development here:

1) It's clear that our actions, our habits, are vital. There really are spiritual consequences.

2) We can't "grab good" for ourselves, but we CAN stop doing evil things. That clears up some space for good to flow in, from the Lord.

3) The Lord wants to save everyone; He's constantly trying to lead us towards good. But - since human freedom is so fundamentally important - we are free to reject His leading, and to be ungodly, and, ultimately, to reject His salvation.

4) When we die, the loves that we have built up here on earth stay with us; they ARE us. If they're good, we find a place for ourselves in a heavenly society; if they're evil, we gravitate towards a hellish society of people who have similar loves to ours.

Here are a few of the fine points:

"Blessed be the man". When people receive the Lord's blessing, it illustrates how His love and wisdom flow into us in forms that fit the spiritual state those people represent.

"...in the internal sense 'blessing' means being enriched with all spiritual and celestial good, a blessing which neither does nor can possibly exist unless it comes from the Lord." Arcana Coelestia 981.

"Sitting in the seat of the scornful" implies making a habit of looking down on other people. The word 'sit' is used because 'sitting' means remaining in a state; for movement from one place to another means changes of state involving the interiors, as becomes clear from what has been shown in Arcana Coelestia 2837, 3356, 3387, 4321, 4882, 5605, 7381, and therefore sitting down means remaining in a state involving the interiors. Because 'sitting' has this meaning it was an accepted religious custom among the children of Israel to sit whenever they represented a state of the interiors that was permanent, as in the Book of Judges. Arcana Coelestia 9422

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