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Amós 8

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1 O Senhor Deus assim me fez ver: e eis aqui um cesto de frutos do verão.

2 E disse: Que vês, Amós? Eu respondi: um cesto de frutos do verão. Então o Senhor me disse: Chegou o fim sobre o meu povo Israel; nunca mais passarei por ele.

3 Mas os cânticos do templo serão gritos de dor naquele dia, diz o Senhor Deus; muitos serão os cadáveres; em todos os lugares serão lançados fora em silêncio.

4 Ouvi isto, vós que pisais os necessitados, e destruís os miseráveis da terra,

5 dizendo: Quando passará a lua nova, para vendermos o grão? e o sábado, para expormos o trigo, diminuindo a medida, e aumentando o preço, e procedendo dolosamente com balanças enganadoras,

6 para comprarmos os pobres por dinheiro, e os necessitados por um par de sapatos, e para vendermos o refugo do trigo?

7 Jurou o Senhor pela glória de Jacó: Certamente nunca me esquecerei de nenhuma das suas obras.

8 Por causa disso não estremecerá a terra? e não chorará todo aquele que nela habita? Certamente se levantará ela toda como o Nilo, e será agitada, e diminuirá como o Nilo do Egito.

9 E sucederá, naquele dia, diz o Senhor Deus, que farei que o sol se ponha ao meio dia, e em pleno dia cobrirei a terra de trevas.

10 E tornarei as vossas festas em luto, e todos os vossos cânticos em lamentações; porei saco sobre todos os lombos, e calva sobre toda cabeça; e farei que isso seja como o luto por um filho único, e o seu fim como dia de amarguras.

11 Eis que vêm os dias, diz o Senhor Deus, em que enviarei fome sobre a terra; não fome de pão, nem sede de água, mas de ouvir as palavras do Senhor.

12 Andarão errantes de mar a mar, e do norte até o oriente; correrão por toda parte, buscando a palavra do Senhor, e não a acharão.

13 Naquele dia as virgens formosas e os mancebos desmaiarão de sede.

14 Os que juram pelo pecado de Samária, dizendo: Pela vida do teu deus, ó ; e: Pelo caminho de Berseba; esses mesmos cairão, e não se levantarão mais.

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Exploring the Meaning of Amos 8      

By Rev. Martin Pennington and Rev. George McCurdy

The Lord was not going to sit by and watch the church die. He revealed to the Israelites that He was going to bring about a change. Here is the promise made: a “new [element] of the church will arise.” The old church would end, but with a remnant, the coming of the Lord and the glorification of His Human would successfully establish a New Church.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 208


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Arcanos Celestes 1460, 2165, 2723, 2842, 3021, 3081, 3693, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 47, 50, 53, 166, 209, 323, 476, ...

Doutrina Do Senhor 4

Doutrina de Escritura Santa 35

True Christian Religion 689, 707


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 66, 71, 195, 238, 373, 386, 401, ...

Canons of the New Church 27

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 5

De Verbo (The Word) 10, 25

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 9, 56, 75

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senhor
The Lord, in the simplest terms, is love itself expressed as wisdom itself. In philosophic terms, love is the Lord's substance and wisdom is His...

verão
Summer' signifies the full state of the church, the same as 'noon.'

Israel
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templo
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diz
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muitos
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lugares
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terra
'Lands' of different nations are used in the Word to signify the different kinds of love prevalent in the inhabitants.

lua
'A month' has respect to the state of truth in a person. 'A month' signifies a full state. Month,' as in Genesis 29, signifies the...

sábado
In Exodus 31:13, 'verily my Sabbaths ye shall keep,' signifies continuous holy thought about the union of the Lord’s divine with His human.

a medida
'To measure' signifies knowing and exploring the quality of something.

balanças
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dinheiro
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sapatos
In the Word, 'the sole of the foot' and 'the heel' signifies the ultimate natural. 'The shoe' is what clothes the sole of the foot...

jurou
The Lord swearing by himself signifies that divine truth testifies, for He is divine truth itself, and this testifies from itself and means itself. It...

Jacó
Jacob is told twice that his name will now be Israel. The first time is when he wrestles with an angel on his journey to...

habita
'Inhabit' refers to good.

egito
'Mizraim' signifies the same thing as Egypt.

sol
The 'sun' signifies celestial and spiritual love. The 'sun' in the Word, when referring to the Lord, signifies His divine love and wisdom. Because the...

meio dia
'Noon' signifies the full state of the church. 'Noon' signifies wisdom in its most luminous state. 'Noon' denotes a state of light, because the times...

saco
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lombos
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calva
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dias
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pão
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mar
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Jeremias 6:26

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26 ç filha do meu povo, cingi-te de saco, e revolve-te na cinza; pranteia como por um filho único, em pranto de grande amargura; porque de repente virá o destruidor sobre nós.

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 72


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Arcanos Celestes 2799, 3024, 4779, 7520, 9723

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1129. Verse 9. And the kings of the earth shall weep for her and wail over her, signifies mourning and grief of heart of those who have exercised that authority. This is evident from the signification of "to weep and wail," as being mourning and grief of heart (of which presently); also from the signification of "kings of the earth," as being those who are in truths from good, and in the contrary sense who are in falsities from evil (see n. 29, 31, 625, 1034, 1063), here those who have exercised that authority and are therefore called "kings of the earth," the "earth" meaning the church. It is evident from what follows that such are signified by "kings of the earth," for it is said "who have committed whoredom and lived luxuriously with her," which signifies who have been in falsities and evils from delight respecting that authority. Those who are in truths from good, who are also signified by "kings of the earth," cannot "weep for her and wail over her."

(Odkazy: Revelation 18:9; The Apocalypse Explained 29, 31, 625, 1034, 1063)


[2] The expressions "to weep" and "to wail" are used, because "to weep" signifies mourning because of falsities, and "to wail" mourning because of evils, and because both have been lost; thus "to weep" has reference to the falsity that they have called truth, and "to wail" has reference to the evil that they have called good. This is why "mourning and wailing" are mentioned together in the Word. As in Jeremiah:

O daughter of My people, make thee mourning for an only begotten, a wailing of bitterness, for the waster shall suddenly come upon us (Jeremiah 6:26).

Here "mourning" is named because of truth destroyed, and wailing on account of good destroyed; the "waster" signifies the loss of these, and thus the end of the church. In Micah:

I will make a wailing like the dragons, and a mourning like the daughters of the owl (Micah 1:8).

Because "wailing" has reference to good, and in the contrary sense to evil, it is said, "I will make a wailing like dragons," "dragons" being those who are in the lusts of evil; and because "mourning" has reference to falsity it is said, "I will make a mourning like the daughters of the owl," "daughters of the owl" being those who are in falsities and their pleasantness, "owls" signify falsities, because they see in darkness and not in the light. In Zechariah:

They shall wail over him according to the wailing over a first begotten, 1 and they shall mourn over him according to the mourning over a first begotten (Zechariah 12:10).

Here, too, "wailing" is predicated of the loss of good, and "mourning" of the loss of truth. In Jeremiah:

Enter not into the house of mourning, neither go away to wail (Jeremiah 16:5);

where the meaning is the same. Both expressions are used on account of the marriage of good and truth, or on account of the marriage not of good and truth, which is in every particular of the Word.

(Continuation respecting the Athanasian Faith and respecting the Lord)

[3] That all things are from the life itself which is God, and which is wisdom and love, can also be made clear by reference to things created when they are viewed from order. For it is from order that the angelic heavens, consisting of thousands and thousands of societies, act as one through love to the Lord and through love towards the neighbor, and that they are kept in order through Divine truths which are the laws of order. Also it is from order that the hells beneath the heavens, which are also divided into thousands and thousands of congregations, are kept in order by means of judgments and punishments, so that they are unable to do the least harm to the heavens, although they are hatreds and insanities. It is also from order that between the heavens and the hells there is an equilibrium, in which is man in the world, and in which he is led to heaven if led by the Lord, and to hell if led by himself; for it is the law of order that man must do whatever he does from freedom according to reason.

[4] Since so many myriads of myriads of men from the creation of the world have poured into the spiritual world and are unceasingly pouring in like streams, and each individual has a different disposition and love, they could by no means have been associated together as a one unless God who is life itself had been one, and unless this life had been wisdom itself and love itself, and thus order itself. Thus much about heaven. But in the world the Divine in order appears to be from the sun, moon, stars, and planets. The sun in appearance makes the years, days, and hours, also the seasons of the year, which are spring, summer, autumn, and winter, also the divisions of the day, which are morning, noon, evening, and night; and it vivifies all things of the earth according to the reception of its heat in light and of its light in heat; and according to reception it opens, arranges, and prepares bodies and matters, which are in the earth and upon the earth, to receive influx from the spiritual world. Thus in the spring time, by the union of heat and light at that season the flying things of heaven and the animals of earth return into the love of prolification, and into a knowledge of all things pertaining to that love; and the things of the vegetable kingdom return into the efforts and activities of producing leaves, flowers and fruits, and seeds in them for perpetuating their kind to eternity, and for multiplying it to infinity.

[5] It is also from order that the earth produces vegetables, and that vegetables nourish animals, and that both are useful to man for food, raiment, and for pleasure; and as man is the one in whom is God, so all things thus return to God from whom they are. All this makes clear that created things follow in such order that one is for the sake of another, and that they are perpetual ends which are uses, and that the ends which are uses are constantly so directed as to return to God from whom they are. All this now shows that all things have been created from life itself, which is wisdom itself, and also shows that the created universe is full of God.

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Footnotes:

1.  Photolithograph has "primogenito" (first-begotten); the Latin editor has "unigenito" (only-begotten).

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