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1 Judo karaliaus Sedekijo devintųjų metų dešimtą mėnesį Babilono karalius Nebukadnecaras ir visa jo kariuomenė atėjo ir apgulė Jeruzalę.

2 Vienuoliktaisiais Zedekijo metais, ketvirto mėnesio devintą dieną miesto siena buvo pralaužta.

3 Visi Babilono karaliaus kunigaikščiai suėjo ir susėdo prie viduriniųjų vartų: Nergal Sareceras, Samgar Nebas, Sarsechimas, absaris, Nergal Sareceras, abmagas ir visi kiti Babilono karaliaus kunigaikščiai.

4 Judo karalius Zedekijas ir visi kariai, pamatę juos, bėgo pro karaliaus sodą tarp dviejų sienų, palikdami miestą nakties metu. Jie traukėsi lygumos keliu.

5 Chaldėjų kariuomenė sekė juos ir pasivijo Zedekiją Jericho lygumose. Jie suėmė jį ir atgabeno pas Babilono karalių Nebukadnecarą į iblą Hamato krašte. Karalius čia jį teisė.

6 Jis nužudė Zedekijo sūnus tėvo akivaizdoje, taip pat visus Judo kilminguosius.

7 Be to, išlupo Zedekijui akis, surakino grandinėmis ir išgabeno jį į Babiloną.

8 Chaldėjai sudegino karaliaus namus, žmonių namus ir nugriovė Jeruzalės sienas.

9 Nebuzaradanas, sargybos viršininkas, ištrėmė į Babiloną mieste likusius gyventojus, tuos, kurie perbėgo pas jį, ir amatininkus.

10 Bet Nebuzaradanas, sargybos viršininkas, paliko krašte kai kuriuos beturčius ir davė jiems vynuogynų ir žemės.

11 Nebukadnecaras, Babilono karalius, davė įsakymą sargybos viršininkui Nebuzaradanui apie Jeremiją:

12 “Paimk jį, prižiūrėk ir nedaryk jam nieko blogo, bet padaryk jam, kaip jis pats panorės”.

13 Nebuzaradanas, sargybos viršininkas, Nebušazbanas, absaris, Nergal Sareceras, abmagas ir visi kiti Babilono karaliaus kunigaikščiai

14 pasiuntė ir atgabeno Jeremiją iš sargybos kiemo. Jie patikėjo jį Gedolijui, sūnui Ahikamo, sūnaus Šafano, kad jį globotų. Taip Jeremijas liko gyventi savo tautoje.

15 Jeremijui dar esant sargybos kieme, Viešpats tarė:

16 “Eik ir kalbėk etiopui Ebed Melechui: ‘Aš išpildysiu savo žodžius šito miesto nelaimei, o ne gerovei, ir tu pats savo akimis matysi juos išsipildant.

17 Bet tą dieną Aš tave išgelbėsiu ir tu nebūsi atiduotas į rankas tų žmonių, kurių bijai.

18 Tu nekrisi nuo kardo ir tavo gyvybė atiteks tau kaip grobis, nes pasitikėjai manimi,­sako Viešpats’ ”.

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True Christian Religion 93, 158


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Amos 2:5

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5 Aš pasiųsiu ugnį į Judą, ir ji sudegins Jeruzalės rūmus”.

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Exploring the Meaning of Amos 2      

Napsal(a) Helen Kennedy and E. Taylor

In the Book of Amos, chapter two begins with the Lord declaring his anger against the people of Moab, Judea, and Israel. They have committed various wrongs against the Lord and the church, despite His efforts to guide them, and the chapter goes on to suggest that the Lord is losing faith in His people.

Verses 1-8 of this chapter describe the specific ways in which people can destroy or misuse the good and truth of the Word.

Verses 1-3 discuss the Moabites specifically. They represent people who corrupt the good and truth of the church, meaning they would twist what they learned from the Word to suit their own selfish purposes. Bones represent natural truths that we can use as a framework to support all higher knowledge that we learn, so the fact that people were ‘burning bones’ means they destroyed their own foundation to gain spiritual knowledge. In verse 3, the Lord says that he will cut off the judge and the prince, meaning that the Moabites’ failure to determine what is good (like the judge), and lead a life based in truth (like the prince) will not stand against the real spiritual principles of the Lord.

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Jericho' signifies instruction and also the good of life because no one can be instructed in the truths of doctrine but he who is in the good of life. But 'Jericho,' in an opposite sense, signifies the profanation of truth and good.

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'Jericho' signifies the good of truths.

(Odkazy: The Apocalypse Explained 458)


Jericho,' as in Luke 10:30, signifies the church, which is in possession of the knowledges of truth and good.

(Odkazy: Luke 10:30; The Apocalypse Explained 458)


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