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Esekiel 11

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1 Og et vær løftet mig op og førte mig til den østre port i Herrens hus, den som vender mot øst, og ved inngangen til porten så jeg fem og tyve menn og midt iblandt dem Ja'asanja, Assurs sønn, og Pelatja, Benajas sønn, som var høvdinger blandt folket.

2 Og Herren sa til mig: Menneskesønn! Dette er de menn som tenker ut urett og gir onde råd i denne stad,

3 de som sier: Det blir ikke så snart tale om å bygge hus*; den** er gryten, og vi er kjøttet. / {* JE 29, 5.} / {** staden.}

4 Derfor, spå mot dem, spå du menneskesønn!

5 Og Herrens Ånd falt på mig, og han sa til mig: Si: Så sier Herren: Således har I sagt, I av Israels hus, og de tanker som stiger op i eders ånd, dem kjenner jeg.

6 Mange er de som I har drept i denne stad; I har fylt dens gater med drepte.

7 Derfor sier Herren, Israels Gud, så: De som I har drept og latt ligge midt i staden, de er kjøttet, og den er gryten; men I skal føres ut av den.

8 I frykter for sverdet, og sverdet vil jeg la komme over eder, sier Herren, Israels Gud.

9 Jeg vil føre eder ut av den og gi eder i fremmedes hånd, og jeg vil holde dom over eder.

10 For sverdet skal I falle; ved Israels grense vil jeg dømme eder, og I skal kjenne at jeg er Herren.

11 Den skal ikke være en gryte for eder, og I skal ikke være kjøttet i den; ved Israels grense vil jeg dømme eder.

12 Og I skal kjenne at jeg er Herren, hvis bud I ikke har fulgt, og hvis lover I ikke har holdt; men I har holdt eder efter de hedningefolks lover som bor rundt omkring eder.

13 Mens jeg holdt på å spå, døde Pelatja, Benajas sønn, og jeg falt på mitt ansikt og ropte med høi røst og sa: Akk, Herre, Herre! Vil du aldeles gjøre ende på det som er igjen av Israel?

14 Og Herrens ord kom til mig, og det lød så:

15 Menneskesønn! Dine brødre, dine brødre, dine nære frender og hele Israels hus, hele folket*, er det til hvem Jerusalems innbyggere sier: Hold eder langt borte fra Herren! Oss er landet gitt til eiendom. / {* Talen er om dem som med Jekonja var bortført til Babel; 2KG 24, 12 fg.}

16 Derfor skal du si: Så sier Herren, Israels Gud: Da jeg lot dem fare langt bort iblandt hedningefolkene, da jeg spredte dem i landene, blev jeg en kort tid en helligdom* for dem i de land de var kommet til. / {* JES 8, 14.}

17 Derfor skal du si: Så sier Herren, Israels Gud: Jeg vil samle eder fra folkene og sanke eder fra de land som I er spredt i, og jeg vil gi eder Israels land.

18 Og når de kommer dit, da skal de få bort derfra alle de avskyeligheter og vederstyggeligheter som finnes der.

19 Og jeg vil gi dem ett hjerte, og en ny ånd vil jeg gi i deres indre; jeg vil ta bort stenhjertet av deres kjød og gi dem et kjødhjerte,

20 så de skal følge mine bud og holde mine lover og gjøre efter dem; og de skal være mitt folk, og jeg vil være deres Gud.

21 Men de hvis hjerte følger deres avskyeligheter og vederstyggeligheter*, deres gjerninger vil jeg la komme over deres eget hode, sier Herren, Israels Gud. / {* deres avguder.}

22 Da løftet kjerubene sine vinger, og hjulene fulgte med, og Israels Guds herlighet var ovenover dem.

23 Og Herrens herlighet steg op fra staden, og den blev stående på det berg som er østenfor staden.

24 Og et vær løftet mig op og førte mig i synet ved Guds Ånd til Kaldea, til de bortførte; og synet som jeg hadde sett, steg op fra mig.

25 Og jeg talte til de bortførte alle de ord som Herren hadde latt mig se.

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Conjugial Love 26

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 134


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Arcana Coelestia 1250, 2921, 3813, 4503, 5922, 8408, 8427, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 36, 501, 629, 832, 883, 945

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Doctrine of the Lord 28, 39, 49, 52

Doctrine of Life 86

True Christian Religion 93, 143, 157, 705


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Apocalypse Explained 422, 577, 652, 746, 926, 946, 1045, ...

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Apocalypse Revealed # 629

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629. "And give glory to Him, for the hour of His judgment has come." This symbolizes an acknowledgment and confession that all the Word's truth which makes the church a church comes from the Lord, and that everyone will be judged in accordance with it.

To give glory to Him means, symbolically, to acknowledge and confess that every truth comes from the Lord, as may be seen in no. 249 above; and because every truth that makes the church a church is drawn from the Word, it is the Word's truth that is meant. "For the hour of His judgment has come" means symbolically that everyone will be judged in accordance with the Word's truth. This is the symbolic meaning because to give glory to Him means, symbolically, to acknowledge and confess that the Word's truth all comes from the Lord, and we are told next, "for the hour of His judgment has come," the word "for" entailing this as the cause.

That everyone will be judged by the Word's truth may be seen in 233, 273 above. And that the church is founded on the Word, and that its character is such as its understanding of the Word, may be seen in The Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture, nos.76-79.

It is apparent from this that the spiritual meaning of these words is as stated. It is as stated because angels in heaven perceive glory to mean nothing else than Divine truth; and because all Divine truth comes from the Lord, they perceive giving glory to Him to mean an acknowledgment and confession that all truth comes from Him. For all glory in the heavens springs from no other origin, and to the extent that any society in heaven is governed by Divine truth, to the same extent everything in it is radiant, and the angels are surrounded by a commensurate glorious radiance.

(Odkazy: Revelation 14:7; Teachings about the Sacred Scripture 76-79)


[2] That glory means Divine truth can be seen from the following passages:

The voice of one crying in the wilderness: "Prepare the way of Jehovah... The glory of Jehovah shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it...." (Isaiah 40:3, 5)

...shine, for your light has come, and the glory of Jehovah is risen upon you... Jehovah will arise over you, and His glory will be seen upon you. (Isaiah 60:1-2 to the end)

I will... give You as a covenant to the people, as a light to the Gentiles..., and My glory I will not give to another... (Isaiah 42:6, 8)

For My own sake, for My own sake, I will do it... And I will not give My glory to another. (Isaiah 48:11)

They shall fear... His glory from the rising of the sun... The Redeemer will come to Zion... (Isaiah 59:19-20)

...your light shall break forth like the morning...; the glory of Jehovah shall gather you. (Isaiah 58:8)

...He will come to gather all nations and tongues, that they may... see My glory. (Isaiah 66:18)

(Jehovah said,) "I live, and all the earth shall be filled with the glory of Jehovah." (Numbers 14:21)

The whole earth is full of His glory! (Isaiah 6:1-3)

In the beginning was the Word..., and the Word was God... In Him was life, and the life was the light of men... That was the true Light... And the Word became flesh..., and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father... (John 1:1, 4, 9, 14)

These things Isaiah said when he saw His glory... (John 12:41)

And they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with... glory. (Matthew 24:3, 30)

The heavens shall declare the glory of God... (Psalms 19:1)

Then the nations shall fear the name of Jehovah, and all the kings of the earth Your glory, because (He) built up Zion, (and) He appeared in His glory. (Psalms 102:15-16)

...the glory of God (will illuminate the Holy Jerusalem) and the Lamb is its light. And the nations (which) are saved shall walk in its light... (Revelation 21:23-25)

...the Son of Man (will come) in His glory...(to) sit on the throne of His glory. (Matthew 25:31, cf. Mark 8:38)

That the glory of Jehovah filled and covered the Tabernacle: Exodus 40:34-35, Numbers 14:10-12; 16:19; 16:42.

That it filled the house of Jehovah: 1 Kings 8:10-11.

And so on elsewhere as in Isaiah 24:23; Ezekiel 1:28; 8:4; 9:3; 10:4, 18-19; 11:22-23; Luke 2:32; 9:26; John 2:11; 7:18; 17:24.

(Odkazy: Isaiah 6:3, 60; Leviticus 9:23-24; Revelation 14:7, 21:23-24)

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Apocalypse Revealed 249, 612, 674, 754, 804, 812, 897, 919, 921

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Revelation 21:23-24

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23 And the city had no need of the sun, neither of the moon, to shine in it: for the glory of God did lighten it, and the Lamb is the light thereof.

24 And the nations of them which are saved shall walk in the light of it: and the kings of the earth do bring their glory and honour into it.

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