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Ezekiel 8

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1 Šeštaisiais metais, šešto mėnesio penktą dieną, kai aš sėdėjau savo namuose su Judo vyresniaisiais, Viešpaties ranka palietė mane.

2 Aš pamačiau prieš save lyg žmogaus pavidalą; nuo juosmens žemyn atrodė lyg liepsnojanti ugnis, o nuo juosmens aukštyn­tarsi žėrintis gintaras.

3 Jis ištiesė ranką ir nutvėrė mane už galvos plaukų. Dvasia pakėlė mane tarp dangaus ir žemės ir nunešė mane Dievo regėjime į Jeruzalę prie vidaus kiemo vartų šiaurės pusėje, kur stovėjo pavydo stabas, kuris kėlė pavydą.

4 Ir ten aš pamačiau Izraelio Dievo šlovę, kaip ją buvau matęs regėjime lygumoje.

5 Jis man sakė: “Žmogaus sūnau, pažvelk į šiaurės pusę”. Aš žiūrėjau, ir štai prie pat aukuro, prie vartų, stovėjo pavydo stabas.

6 Jis man kalbėjo toliau: “Žmogaus sūnau, ar matai, ką jie daro? Izraelio namai daro dideles bjaurystes, kad Aš pasitraukčiau iš savo šventyklos. Bet apsisuk, ir pamatysi dar didesnių bjaurysčių!”

7 Jis atvedė mane prie šventyklos vartų ir parodė man sienoje skylę.

8 Jis liepė man: “Žmogaus sūnau, kask po siena!” Prakasęs sieną, radau duris.

9 Jis liepė įeiti ir pažiūrėti, kas čia vyksta.

10 Įėjęs mačiau ant sienų roplių, nešvarių gyvūnų ir Izraelio stabų piešinius.

11 Prieš juos stovėjo septyniasdešimt Izraelio vyresniųjų su Jaazaniju, Šafano sūnumi. Kiekvienas laikė rankoje po smilkytuvą, iš kurių kilo aukštyn tirštas smilkalų debesis.

12 Jis klausė: “Žmogaus sūnau, ar matai, ką Izraelio vyresnieji tamsoje daro prie stabų piešinių? Jie sako: ‘Viešpats paliko kraštą, Jis nemato mūsų’ ”.

13 Jis vėl man tarė: “Apsisuk, ir pamatysi dar didesnių bjaurysčių”.

14 Jis įvedė mane į Viešpaties namus pro šiaurinius vartus. Čia sėdėjo moterys ir apraudojo Tamūzą.

15 Jis tarė man: “Žmogaus sūnau, ar matai, kas čia vyksta? Apsisuk ir pamatysi bjaurysčių, didesnių už šitas”.

16 Jis įvedė mane į Viešpaties namų kiemą. Tarp Viešpaties šventyklos durų ir aukuro stovėjo maždaug dvidešimt penki vyrai, nusigręžę nuo Viešpaties šventyklos į rytus, ir garbino saulę.

17 Jis tarė: “Žmogaus sūnau, ar matai, kas čia vyksta? Ar negana to, kas yra Jude! Šitie nusikaltimai bei smurtas vėl užtrauks mano bausmę.

18 Aš išliesiu ant jų savo įtūžį, nesigailėsiu jų ir nebūsiu jiems nuolaidus. Nors jie garsiai šauksis mano pagalbos, neišklausysiu jų”.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Conjugial Love 26

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 131


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 934, 994, 2851, 2921, 5145, 5694, 5922, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 36, 53, 216, 567, 629, 919, 945

Divine Providence 134

The Lord 28, 39, 52

Heaven and Hell 122

True Christian Religion 93, 157


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 63, 208, 401, 422, 494, 504, 650, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

Marriage 93

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 22, 52

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Ezekiel 43:8

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8 Jie statė savo slenkstį prie mano slenksčio ir savo durų staktas prie mano staktų, kad būtų siena tarp jų ir manęs. Jie sutepė mano šventą vardą savo bjauriais darbais, todėl Aš juos sunaikinau savo rūstybėje.

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5694. 'And he went to his bedchamber and wept there' means within itself, in an unseen manner. This is clear from the meaning of 'going to one's bedchamber' as within oneself, in an unseen manner. To say someone was 'entering his bedchamber' and also 'shutting the door' was a commonplace expression which the ancients used when they meant an action that should remain unseen. The expression had its origin in the meaningful signs which existed in the Ancient Church. For they would speak of 'the house', which they used in a spiritual sense to mean a person, 3128, and of its 'chambers' and 'bedchambers to mean the person's interiors. This is the reason why 'going to (or entering) one's bedchamber' meant within oneself, consequently so that one could not be seen. And since 'entering one's bedchamber' had this particular meaning, the expression is used in various places in the Word; as in Isaiah,

Go away, my people, enter your bedchambers, and shut your door behind you. Hide yourself, so to speak, for a little moment, until the anger passes over. Isaiah 26:20.

Quite clearly 'entering bedchambers' does not in this case mean entering bedchambers but keeping out of sight and within oneself.

[2] In Ezekiel,

He said to me, Have you not seen, son of man, what the elders of the house of Israel are doing in the dark, each in the chambers of his own idol? For they say, Jehovah does not see us. Ezekiel 8:12.

'Doing in the dark, each in the chambers of his own idol' stands for within themselves inwardly, in their thoughts. The interior aspects of their thought and affection were being represented to the prophet by means of 'chambers', and they were called 'the chambers of an idol'.

[3] In Moses,

Outside the sword will bereave - and out of the chambers terror - both young man and virgin, suckling together with a man in old age. Deuteronomy 32:15.

'The sword' stands for the vastation of truth and the punishment of falsity, 2799. 'Out of the chambers terror' stands for a person's interiors; for here too it is self-evident that one should not take 'the chambers' to mean chambers.

(Odkazy: Deuteronomy 32:25)


[4] In David,

He waters the mountains from His chambers. Psalms 104:13.

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Whatever you have said in the dark will be heard in the light; and what you have spoken in the ear in bedchambers will be proclaimed on the housetops. Luke 12:3.

Here also 'bedchambers' stands for a person's interiors - what he has thought, what he has intended, and what he has mulled over. In Matthew,

When you pray, enter your bedchamber, and shut your door, and pray in secret. Matthew 6:6.

'Entering one's bedchamber and praying' stands for acting in an unseen manner; for these words had their origin in things of a representative nature.

(Odkazy: Genesis 43:30)

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