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Jeremiah 42

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1 ὁ- A--NSM λόγος-N2--NSM ὁ- A--NSM γίγνομαι-VB--AMPNSM πρός-P *ἰερεμίας-N1T-ASM παρά-P κύριος-N2--GSM ἐν-P ἡμέρα-N1A-DPF *ιωακιμ-N---GSM βασιλεύς-N3V-GSM *ιουδα-N---GSM λέγω-V1--PAPNSM

2 βαδίζω-VA--AAD2S εἰς-P οἶκος-N2--ASM *αρχαβιν-N---GSM καί-C ἄγω-VF--FAI2S αὐτός- D--APM εἰς-P οἶκος-N2--ASM κύριος-N2--GSM εἰς-P εἷς-A1A-ASF ὁ- A--GPM αὐλός-N2--GPM καί-C ποτίζω-VF--FAI2S αὐτός- D--APM οἶνος-N2--ASM

3 καί-C ἐκἄγω-VBI-AAI3P ὁ- A--ASM *ιεζονιας-N1T-ASM υἱός-N2--ASM *ιερεμιν-N1--GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *χαβασιν-N---GSM καί-C ὁ- A--APM ἀδελφός-N2--APM αὐτός- D--GSM καί-C ὁ- A--APM υἱός-N2--APM αὐτός- D--GSM καί-C πᾶς-A1S-ASF ὁ- A--ASF οἰκία-N1A-ASF *αρχαβιν-N---GSM

4 καί-C εἰςἄγω-VBI-AAI3P αὐτός- D--APM εἰς-P οἶκος-N2--ASM κύριος-N2--GSM εἰς-P ὁ- A--ASN παστοφόριον-N2N-ASN υἱός-N2--GPM *ανανιας-N1T-GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *γοδολιος-N---GSM ἄνθρωπος-N2--GSM ὁ- A--GSM θεός-N2--GSM ὅς- --NSM εἰμί-V9--PAI3S ἐγγύς-D ὁ- A--GSM οἶκος-N2--GSM ὁ- A--GPM ἄρχων-N3--GPM ὁ- A--GPM ἐπάνω-P ὁ- A--GSM οἶκος-N2--GSM *μαασαιας-N1T-GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *σελωμ-N---GSM ὁ- A--GSM φυλάσσω-V1--PAPGSM ὁ- A--ASF αὐλή-N1--ASF

5 καί-C δίδωμι-VAI-AAI1S κατά-P πρόσωπον-N2N-ASN αὐτός- D--GPM κεράμιον-N2N-ASN οἶνος-N2--GSM καί-C ποτήριον-N2N-APN καί-C εἶπον-VAI-AAI1S πίνω-VB--AAD2P οἶνος-N2--ASM

6 καί-C εἶπον-VAI-AAI3P οὐ-D μή-D πίνω-VB--AAS1P οἶνος-N2--ASM ὅτι-C *ιωναδαβ-N---NSM υἱός-N2--NSM *ρηχαβ-N---GSM ὁ- A--NSM πατήρ-N3--NSM ἐγώ- P--GP ἐντέλλομαι-VAI-AMI3S ἐγώ- P--DP λέγω-V1--PAPNSM οὐ-D μή-D πίνω-VB--AAS2P οἶνος-N2--ASM σύ- P--NP καί-C ὁ- A--NPM υἱός-N2--NPM σύ- P--GP ἕως-P αἰών-N3W-GSM

7 καί-C οἰκία-N1A-ASF οὐ-D μή-D οἰκοδομέω-VA--AAS2P καί-C σπέρμα-N3M-ASN οὐ-D μή-D σπείρω-VA--AAS2P καί-C ἀμπελών-N3W-NSM οὐ-D εἰμί-VF--FMI3S σύ- P--DP ὅτι-C ἐν-P σκηνή-N1--DPF οἰκέω-VF--FAI2P πᾶς-A1S-APF ὁ- A--APF ἡμέρα-N1A-APF σύ- P--GP ὅπως-C ἄν-X ζάω-VA--AAS2P ἡμέρα-N1A-APF πολύς-A1--APF ἐπί-P ὁ- A--GSF γῆ-N1--GSF ἐπί-P ὅς- --GSF διατρίβω-V1--PAI2P σύ- P--NP ἐπί-P αὐτός- D--GSF

8 καί-C ἀκούω-VAI-AAI1P ὁ- A--GSF φωνή-N1--GSF *ιωναδαβ-N---GSM ὁ- A--GSM πατήρ-N3--GSM ἐγώ- P--GP πρός-P ὁ- A--ASN μή-D πίνω-VB--AAN οἶνος-N2--ASM πᾶς-A1S-APF ὁ- A--APF ἡμέρα-N1A-APF ἐγώ- P--GP ἐγώ- P--NP καί-C ὁ- A--NPF γυνή-N3K-NPF ἐγώ- P--GP καί-C ὁ- A--NPM υἱός-N2--NPM ἐγώ- P--GP καί-C ὁ- A--NPF θυγάτηρ-N3--NPF ἐγώ- P--GP

9 καί-C πρός-P ὁ- A--ASN μή-D οἰκοδομέω-V2--PAN οἰκία-N1A-GSF ὁ- A--GSN καταοἰκέω-V2--PAN ἐκεῖ-D καί-C ἀμπελών-N3W-NSM καί-C ἀγρός-N2--NSM καί-C σπέρμα-N3M-NSN οὐ-D γίγνομαι-VBI-AMI3S ἐγώ- P--DP

10 καί-C οἰκέω-VAI-AAI1P ἐν-P σκηνή-N1--DPF καί-C ἀκούω-VAI-AAI1P καί-C ποιέω-VAI-AAI1P κατά-P πᾶς-A3--APN ὅς- --APN ἐντέλλομαι-VAI-AMI3S ἐγώ- P--DP *ιωναδαβ-N---NSM ὁ- A--NSM πατήρ-N3--NSM ἐγώ- P--GP

11 καί-C γίγνομαι-VCI-API3S ὅτε-D ἀναβαίνω-VZI-AAI3S *ναβουχοδονοσορ-N---NSM ἐπί-P ὁ- A--ASF γῆ-N1--ASF καί-C εἶπον-VAI-AAI1P εἰςἔρχομαι-VB--AAD2P καί-C εἰςἔρχομαι-VB--AAS1P εἰς-P *ἰερουσαλήμ-N---ASF ἀπό-P πρόσωπον-N2N-GSN ὁ- A--GSF δύναμις-N3I-GSF ὁ- A--GPM *χαλδαῖος-N2--GPM καί-C ἀπό-P πρόσωπον-N2N-GSN ὁ- A--GSF δύναμις-N3I-GSF ὁ- A--GPM *ἀσσύριος-N2--GPM καί-C οἰκέω-V2I-IAI1P ἐκεῖ-D

12 καί-C γίγνομαι-VBI-AMI3S λόγος-N2--NSM κύριος-N2--GSM πρός-P ἐγώ- P--AS λέγω-V1--PAPNSM

13 οὕτως-D λέγω-V1--PAI3S κύριος-N2--NSM πορεύομαι-V1--PMD2S καί-C εἶπον-VBI-AAI3P ἄνθρωπος-N2--DSM *ιουδα-N---GSM καί-C ὁ- A--DPM καταοἰκέω-V2--PAPDPM *ἰερουσαλήμ-N---ASF οὐ-D μή-D λαμβάνω-VB--AAS2P παιδεία-N1A-ASF ὁ- A--GSN ἀκούω-V1--PAN ὁ- A--APM λόγος-N2--APM ἐγώ- P--GS

14 ἵστημι-VHI-AAI3P ῥῆμα-N3M-ASN υἱός-N2--NPM *ιωναδαβ-N---GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *ρηχαβ-N---GSM ὅς- --NSN ἐντέλλομαι-VAI-AMI3S ὁ- A--DPN τέκνον-N2N-DPN αὐτός- D--GSM πρός-P ὁ- A--ASN μή-D πίνω-VB--AAN οἶνος-N2--ASM καί-C οὐ-D πίνω-VBI-AAI3P καί-C ἐγώ- P--NS λαλέω-VAI-AAI1S πρός-P σύ- P--AP ὄρθρος-N2--GSM καί-C λαλέω-VAI-AAI1S καί-C οὐ-D ἀκούω-VAI-AAI2P

15 καί-C ἀποστέλλω-VAI-AAI1S πρός-P σύ- P--AP ὁ- A--APM παῖς-N3D-APM ἐγώ- P--GS ὁ- A--APM προφήτης-N1M-APM λέγω-V1--PAPNSM ἀποστρέφω-VA--AAD2P ἕκαστος-A1--NSM ἀπό-P ὁ- A--GSF ὁδός-N2--GSF αὐτός- D--GSM ὁ- A--GSF πονηρός-A1A-GSF καί-C βελτίων-A3C-ASM ποιέω-VA--AAD2P ὁ- A--APN ἐπιτήδευμα-N3M-APN σύ- P--GP καί-C οὐ-D πορεύομαι-VF--FMI2P ὀπίσω-D θεός-N2--GPM ἕτερος-A1A-GPM ὁ- A--GSN δουλεύω-V1--PAN αὐτός- D--DPM καί-C οἰκέω-VF--FAI2P ἐπί-P ὁ- A--GSF γῆ-N1--GSF ὅς- --GSF δίδωμι-VAI-AAI1S σύ- P--DP καί-C ὁ- A--DPM πατήρ-N3--DPM σύ- P--GP καί-C οὐ-D κλίνω-VAI-AAI2P ὁ- A--APN οὖς-N3T-APN σύ- P--GP καί-C οὐ-D ἀκούω-VAI-AAI2P

16 καί-C ἵστημι-VHI-AAI3P υἱός-N2--NPM *ιωναδαβ-N---GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *ρηχαβ-N---GSM ὁ- A--ASF ἐντολή-N1--ASF ὁ- A--GSM πατήρ-N3--GSM αὐτός- D--GPM ὁ- A--NSM δέ-X λαός-N2--NSM οὗτος- D--NSM οὐ-D ἀκούω-VAI-AAI3P ἐγώ- P--GS

17 διά-P οὗτος- D--ASN οὕτως-D εἶπον-VBI-AAI3S κύριος-N2--NSM ἰδού-I ἐγώ- P--NS φέρω-V1--PAI1S ἐπί-P *ἰούδας-N1T-ASM καί-C ἐπί-P ὁ- A--APM καταοἰκέω-V2--PAPAPM *ἰερουσαλήμ-N---ASF πᾶς-A3--APN ὁ- A--APN κακός-A1--APN ὅς- --APN λαλέω-VAI-AAI1S ἐπί-P αὐτός- D--APM

18 διά-P οὗτος- D--ASN οὕτως-D εἶπον-VBI-AAI3S κύριος-N2--NSM ἐπειδή-C ἀκούω-VAI-AAI3P υἱός-N2--NPM *ιωναδαβ-N---GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *ρηχαβ-N---GSM ὁ- A--ASF ἐντολή-N1--ASF ὁ- A--GSM πατήρ-N3--GSM αὐτός- D--GPM ποιέω-V2--PAN καθότι-D ἐντέλλομαι-VAI-AMI3S αὐτός- D--DPM ὁ- A--NSM πατήρ-N3--NSM αὐτός- D--GPM

19 οὐ-D μή-D ἐκλείπω-VB--AAS3S ἀνήρ-N3--NSM ὁ- A--GPM υἱός-N2--GPM *ιωναδαβ-N---GSM υἱός-N2--GSM *ρηχαβ-N---GSM παραἵστημι-VXI-XAPNSM κατά-P πρόσωπον-N2N-ASN ἐγώ- P--GS πᾶς-A1S-APF ὁ- A--APF ἡμέρα-N1A-APF ὁ- A--GSF γῆ-N1--GSF

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 101, 108


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3869, 3934, 10331

Apocalypse Revealed 336, 366

The Lord 39, 53

Life 30

True Christian Religion 93, 158


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 639, 919, 1029

Marriage 93

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Arcana Coelestia # 10331

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10331. 'In wisdom, and in intelligence, and in knowledge, and in all [manner of] work' means in respect of those things which compose the will and those which constitute the understanding within the internal man and within the external man. This is clear from the meaning of 'wisdom' as those things which compose the will within the internal man; from the meaning of 'intelligence' as those things which constitute the understanding, also within the internal man; from the meaning of 'knowledge' as those things which constitute the understanding and consequent speech within the external man; and from the meaning of 'work' as those things which compose the will and consequent practice within the external man. So the words used here mean everything - everything interior and everything exterior residing with a person in whom the good of celestial love exists - that receives the influx of Divine Truth from the Lord and is consequently seen in light. This influx and enlightenment are dealt with immediately above.

[2] But a brief statement needs to be made showing what wisdom, intelligence, knowledge, and work are. People who do not know what the internal man is and what the external man is, nor what understanding and will are, cannot see in what ways wisdom, intelligence, knowledge, and work are distinct and separate each from the others. They cannot do so because they cannot form any clear idea of one or of another. The people therefore who do not know those things call someone wise when he is merely intelligent or has only knowledge. But someone wise is a person who is moved by love to put truths into practice; someone intelligent is a person who is moved by faith to put them into practice; someone with knowledge is a person who applies his knowledge to doing so; and 'work' is that which is actually done by them. Thus 'work' means those three talents when put to use, within which they all combine.

[3] Nobody therefore can be said to have wisdom, intelligence, or knowledge in the true sense of these words if they are not put to use by him; for wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge have to do with the life a person should lead, and not with doctrine without reference to that life. Life is the end for the sake of which they exist. What the end is like therefore determines what kind of wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge they are. If real good, which is the good of love to the Lord and of charity towards the neighbour, constitutes the end, then they are wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge in the proper sense of these three words; for then these three as they exist with a person have their origin in the Lord. But if acting for the sake of some good desired by self-love and love of the world constitutes the end, they are not wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge, because then those three as they exist in a person have their origin in self. For any good which self-love and love of the world have as their end in view is evil, and when evil is the end in view nothing of wisdom and intelligence, nor even of knowledge, can be attributed in any way at all. For what use is knowledge if it does not hold an intelligent understanding of truth and a wise discernment of good within it? Knowledge devoid of these leads a person to think that evil is good and falsity is truth.

[4] In the case of those in whom the good of love to the Lord is present wisdom, intelligence, knowledge, and work follow in order from inmost to last and lowest. Wisdom there is inmost, since it consists in a will, inspired by love, that desires what is right. Intelligence is second, since it consists in an understanding, governed by a will desiring what is right, that perceives what is right. These two belong to the internal man. Knowledge consists in knowing what is right, and work in doing what is right, each governed by the will desiring what is right. These two belong to the external man. From this it is evident that wisdom must exist within intelligence, this within knowledge, and this within work. The work accordingly contains and embraces all the inner virtues, since it is last and lowest and that in which they terminate.

[5] From all this it becomes clear what should be understood by 'works' and 'deeds', mentioned so many times in the Word, as in the following places: In Matthew,

The Son of Man will repay everyone according to his deeds. Matthew 16:27.

In Jeremiah,

I will requite them according to their work and according to the deed of their hands. Jeremiah 25:14.

In the same prophet,

... O Jehovah, whose eyes have been opened upon all the ways of man, giving to everyone according to his ways and according to the fruit of his works. Jeremiah 32:19.

In the same prophet,

Turn back each of you from his evil way, and cause your works to be good. Jeremiah 35:15.

In Hosea,

I will punish his ways 1 , and requite him for his works. Hosea 4:9.

In Zechariah,

Jehovah deals with us according to our ways and according to our works. Zechariah 1:6.

In John,

I will give to you each according to his works. Revelation 2:23.

In the same book,

They were judged every one according to their works. Revelation 20:13, 15.

In the same book,

Behold, I am coming, and My reward with Me, to give to everyone according to his works. Revelation 22:12.

By 'works' in these places all that exists within a person should be understood, because all that constitutes what a person wills and understands is present in his works; for the things in his will and understanding are what causes him to do them. From what is within them the works derive their life; for without it works are like a shell without the nut or a body without the soul. What proceeds from a person does so from the things within him; therefore works are manifestations of those inner things, and they are effects through which those inner things reveal themselves.

[6] It is a general rule that as is a person's character, so is every work he performs. For this reason 'the works' according to which there will be reward or retribution must be taken to mean a person's character so far as his love and faith are concerned. For works are the product of the love and faith residing in a person. Nothing other than his love and his faith constitute the person, or what amounts to the same thing, his good and his truth, see 10076, 10177, 10264, 10284, 10298.

[7] Furthermore the actual desires in a person's will are what constitute a work; for what a person desires in his will he also does, provided that nothing insurmountable stands in the way. Consequently being judged according to one's deeds means being judged according to the desires of one's will. In the Word those who do good because it is their will to do it are called 'the righteous', as is evident in Matthew 25:37, 46. Of them it is said that they will shine forth like the sun in heaven, Matthew 13:43; and in Daniel,

Those who have intelligence will shine like the brightness of the expanse, and those who turn many to righteousness like the stars. Daniel 12:3.

'Those who have intelligence' are those who are moved by their intelligence to do what is true; and 'those who turn many to righteousness' are those who are stirred by the desires in their will to do what is good.

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Footnotes:

1. literally, I will visit upon his ways

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(Odkazy: Exodus 31:3)

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Arcana Coelestia 10336

Heaven and Hell 356

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 51


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Arcana Coelestia # 10284

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10284. 'And as to the composition of it, you shall not make any other like it' means no imitations produced by human endeavour. This is clear from the meaning of 'as to the composition, making some like it' - that is, making a similar oil with similar spices - as making a preparation in imitation of it by means of human endeavour. This meaning of these words follows from the train of thought in the internal sense; for first it says, 'It shall not be poured onto the flesh of a person', which means no imparting [of what is the Lord's] to a person's proprium or self, and finally, 'it shall be holy to you'. But anything done by a person, by his own endeavour, begins in his proprium or self and is unholy. The reason is that any endeavour a person makes from his proprium consists entirely of falsity arising from evil, since it has self and the world, not the neighbour and God, as its end in view, which also explains why it is called an imitation.

[2] The implications of all this are that everything which comes from the Lord is good and true; but anything good or true produced by man in imitation of it is neither good nor true. The reason for this is that everything good and true has life within it by virtue of the end in view. An end that begins in man is entirely selfish; but that which is good and true, coming from the Lord, exists for the sake of goodness and truth themselves as ends in view, and so for the Lord's sake, because the Lord is the source of everything good and true. With man the end in view is himself, since it constitutes his will and his love; for what a person loves and wills he has as his end in view. All the love in a person that originates in himself is self-love and a selfish love of the world; but the love in a person that originates in the Lord is love towards the neighbour and love to God. The difference between the two kinds of love is as great as that between hell and heaven. Furthermore self-love and a selfish love of the world reign in hell and constitute hell, whereas love towards the neighbour and love to the Lord reign in heaven and constitute heaven. Also a person's character is such and remains forever such as his love is; for love composes the whole of a person's will, and consequently of his understanding since the love that constitutes the will flows unceasingly into the understanding, kindling it and illuminating it. So it is that when those who love evil think within themselves, their thoughts consist of falsity that is in keeping with the evil they love, though they are moved by hypocrisy to express different ideas to others; some are moved by faith that is no more than persuasion, for the nature of which, see 9364, 9369.

[3] It should be recognized that by his own endeavour a person is able to simulate what is actually Divine and to present himself before others as an angel of light. But what is seen by the Lord and by angels is not the outward form he presents but the form that exists inwardly, which is foul when the proprium is the source of it. With people like this everything within them is merely natural and not at all spiritual. They see everything in natural light alone and nothing in the light of heaven; indeed they do not know what the light of heaven is, nor what anything spiritual is. All their inner powers are turned to things of an external nature, in almost the same way as those of living creatures are; nor do they allow themselves to be raised by the Lord to anything higher. Yet the human being, superior to animals, has a special ability, namely the ability to be raised by the Lord towards heaven and the Lord, and so be led by Him. All those are raised in this manner who love goodness and truth for their own sake, which is the same thing as loving the neighbour and God since in a general sense the neighbour means that which is good and true, and in a lower sense that which is right and fair; and also God constitutes what is good and true, and what is right and fair, since God is the source of them.

[4] From all this it may be seen what imitating Divine things by human endeavour is. In places throughout the Word 'Egypt' and 'Pharaoh' are used to describe people such as this; for factual knowledge belonging to the natural man is meant by 'Egypt' and 'Pharaoh'. 'Asshur' too, meaning reasoning based on factual knowledge, is used to describe them. Regarding 'Egypt', see in the places referred to in 9340, 9391; and regarding 'Asshur', 1186. Among spirits there are very many who by their own endeavour and cunning can imitate what is Divine; for they counterfeit sincerity, uprightness, and godliness, so cunningly that good spirits would be led astray unless the Lord enlightened them and enabled them to see what the interiors of those other spirits are like. And when these interiors are revealed the good spirits are filled with horror and run away. But such spirits are stripped of their outward pretences and brought into a state in which their devilish interiors are laid bare; and in this condition they sink automatically into hell. For more about these spirits, see paragraph 10286 below.

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Arcana Coelestia 10286, 10331

Heaven and Hell 86

The Last Judgment 39

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 35, 47, 62, 82, 83, 170, 183, 278, 279, 305


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 151, 375


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