Hosea 6


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1 Eikime, sugrįžkime pas Viešpatį: Jis mus sudraskė­Jis ir pagydys; Jis sumušė­Jis ir aptvarstys.

2 Jis atgaivins mus po dviejų dienų, trečią dieną pakels, kad gyventume Jo akivaizdoje.

3 Stenkimės pažinti Viešpatį. Kaip aušra Jis pasirodys ir ateis pas mus kaip lietus, kaip vėlyvas ir ankstyvas lietus į žemę.

4 “Ką darysiu tau, Efraimai? Ką darysiu tau, Judai? Jūsų gerumas kaip rytmečio migla, kaip rasa, kuri greitai išnyksta.

5 Aš tašiau juos per pranašus, žudžiau savo burnos žodžiais. Tavo teismai yra kaip nušvintanti šviesa.

6 Aš noriu gailestingumo, o ne aukos, ir Dievo pažinimo labiau, negu deginamųjų aukų.

7 Jie kaip žmonės sulaužė sandorą, buvo man neištikimi.

8 Gileadas yra piktadarių miestas, suteptas krauju.

9 Kaip tykojanti plėšikų gauja­tokie yra kunigai, kurie žudo einančius į Sichemą ir elgiasi bjauriai.

10 Izraelio namuose mačiau baisių dalykų: ten paleistuvauja Efraimas, susitepęs Izraelis.

11 Tau, Judai, taip pat paruošta pjūtis, kai parvesiu savo tautos ištremtuosius”.

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 189

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

Apocalypse Revealed 134, 496, 505, 704

Doctrine of the Lord 4

Sacred Scripture 79

True Christianity 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References from Swedenborg's unpublished works: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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Arcana Coelestia # 5890

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5890. 'For God sent me before you for the bestowal of life' means the spiritual life they received as ordained by Providence. This is clear from the meaning of 'the bestowal of life' as spiritual life, dealt with below; and from the meaning of 'God sent me before you' as ordained by Providence. This meaning - ordained by Providence - becomes clear from Joseph's dreams. In them it was foretold that his brothers, and his father too, would bow down to him, which would never have been foreseen unless it had been ordained providentially. The meaning of 'the bestowal of life' and 'to bestow life' as spiritual life, or new life received through regeneration becomes clear from the single consideration that the spiritual meaning of the Word cannot be anything else. There is natural life and there is spiritual life, natural life being meant in the literal sense of the Word, but spiritual life in its internal sense. What is more, there are many places where even in the sense of the letter 'bestowing life' and simply 'life' are used to mean spiritual life, as in Ezekiel,

When I say to the wicked, You will surely die, and you do not warn him or speak to dissuade the wicked from his evil way so that life may be bestowed on him. Ezekiel 3:18.

In the same prophet,

You have desecrated Me among My people for handfuls of barley and for crusts of bread, to kill souls that ought not to die and to bestow life on souls that ought not to live. You strengthen the hands of the wicked so that he does not turn back from his evil way for life to be bestowed on him. Ezekiel 13:19, 22.

In Hosea,

Jehovah will bestow life on us after two days, and on the third day He will raise us up, that we may live before Him. Hosea 6:1.

In David,

Unless I believed I would see goodness in the land of life. Psalms 27:13.

In John,

To him who conquers I will grant to eat from the tree of life which is in the middle of the paradise of God. Revelation 2:7.

In John the Evangelist,

As the Father raises up the dead and bestows life [on them], so also the Son bestows life on whom He will. John 5:21.

In the same gospel,

It is the Spirit who bestows life; the flesh does not profit anything. The words which I speak, they are spirit and they are life. John 6:63.

In these places 'bestowing life' and 'life' plainly stand for spiritual life, which is life in heaven, a life which is also simply called 'life', as in Matthew,

Narrow and strait is the road that leads to life, and those who find it are few. Matthew 7:14.

And in other places 'entering into life' stands for entering heaven, Matthew 18:8-9; 19:17; Mark 9:43, 45, 47; John 5:24.

(Odkazy: Genesis 45:5; Hosea 6:2)

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