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1 Eu sou o homem que viu a aflição causada pela vara do seu furor.

2 Ele me guiou e me fez andar em trevas e não na luz.

3 Deveras fez virar e revirar a sua mão contra mim o dia todo.

4 Fez envelhecer a minha carne e a minha pele; quebrou-me os ossos.

5 Levantou trincheiras contra mim, e me cercou de fel e trabalho.

6 Fez-me habitar em lugares tenebrosos, como os que estavam mortos há muito.

7 Cercou-me de uma sebe de modo que não posso sair; agravou os meus grilhões.

8 Ainda quando grito e clamo por socorro, ele exclui a minha oração.

9 Fechou os meus caminhos com pedras lavradas, fez tortuosas as minhas veredas.

10 Fez-se-me como urso de emboscada, um leão em esconderijos.

11 Desviou os meus caminhos, e fez-me em pedaços; deixou-me desolado.

12 Armou o seu arco, e me pôs como alvo à flecha.

13 Fez entrar nos meus rins as flechas da sua aljava.

14 Fui feito um objeto de escárnio para todo o meu povo, e a sua canção o dia todo.

15 Encheu-me de amarguras, fartou-me de absinto.

16 Quebrou com pedrinhas de areia os meus dentes, cobriu-me de cinza.

17 Alongaste da paz a minha alma; esqueci-me do que seja a felicidade.

18 Digo, pois: Já pereceu a minha força, como também a minha esperança no Senhor.

19 Lembra-te da minha aflição e amargura, do absinto e do fel.

20 Minha alma ainda os conserva na memória, e se abate dentro de mim.

21 Torno a trazer isso à mente, portanto tenho esperança.

22 A benignidade do Senhor jamais acaba, as suas misericórdias não têm fim;

23 renovam-se cada manhã. Grande é a tua fidelidade.

24 A minha porção é o Senhor, diz a minha alma; portanto esperarei nele.

25 Bom é o Senhor para os que esperam por ele, para a alma que o busca.

26 Bom é ter esperança, e aguardar em silêncio a salvação do Senhor.

27 Bom é para o homem suportar o jugo na sua mocidade.

28 Que se assente ele, sozinho, e fique calado, porquanto Deus o pôs sobre ele.

29 Ponha a sua boca no pó; talvez ainda haja esperança.

30 Dê a sua face ao que o fere; farte-se de afronta.

31 Pois o Senhor não rejeitará para sempre.

32 Embora entristeça a alguém, contudo terá compaixão segundo a grandeza da sua misericordia.

33 Porque não aflige nem entristece de bom grado os filhos dos homens.

34 Pisar debaixo dos pés a todos os presos da terra,

35 perverter o direito do homem perante a face do Altíssimo,

36 subverter o homem no seu pleito, não são do agrado do senhor.

37 Quem é aquele que manda, e assim acontece, sem que o Senhor o tenha ordenado?

38 Não sai da boca do Altíssimo tanto o mal como o bem?

39 Por que se queixaria o homem vivente, o varão por causa do castigo dos seus pecados?

40 Esquadrinhemos os nossos caminhos, provemo-los, e voltemos para o Senhor.

41 Levantemos os nossos corações com as mãos para Deus no céu dizendo;

42 Nós transgredimos, e fomos rebeldes, e não perdoaste,

43 Cobriste-te de ira, e nos perseguiste; mataste, não te apiedaste.

44 Cobriste-te de nuvens, para que não passe a nossa oração.

45 Como escória e refugo nos puseste no meio dos povos.

46 Todos os nossos inimigos abriram contra nós a sua boca.

47 Temor e cova vieram sobre nós, assolação e destruição.

48 Torrentes de águas correm dos meus olhos, por causa da destruição da filha do meu povo.

49 Os meus olhos derramam lágrimas, e não cessam, sem haver intermissão,

50 até que o Senhor atente e veja desde o céu.

51 Os meus olhos me afligem, por causa de todas as filhas da minha cidade.

52 Como ave me caçaram os que, sem causa, são meus inimigos.

53 Atiraram-me vivo na masmorra, e lançaram pedras sobre mim.

54 Águas correram sobre a minha cabeça; eu disse: Estou cortado.

55 Invoquei o teu nome, Senhor, desde a profundeza da masmorra.

56 Ouviste a minha voz; não escondas o teu ouvido ao meu suspiro, ao meu clamor.

57 Tu te aproximaste no dia em que te invoquei; disseste: Não temas.

58 Pleiteaste, Senhor, a minha causa; remiste a minha vida.

59 Viste, Senhor, a injustiça que sofri; julga tu a minha causa.

60 Viste toda a sua vingança, todos os seus desígnios contra mim.

61 Ouviste as suas afrontas, Senhor, todos os seus desígnios contra mim,

62 os lábios e os pensamentos dos que se levantam contra mim o dia todo.

63 Observa-os ao assentarem-se e ao levantarem-se; eu sou a sua canção.

64 Tu lhes darás a recompensa, Senhor, conforme a obra das suas mãos.

65 Tu lhes darás dureza de coração, maldição tua sobre eles.

66 Na tua ira os perseguirás, e os destruirás de debaixo dos teus céus, ó Senhor.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 121


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcanos Celestes 3869, 8941, 9024, 9163

Apocalipse Revelado 306, 410, 485, 573, 721


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 365, 419, 519, 727, 781

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 59

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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 form. Of course, we feel the Lord's love and hear His wisdom in many different ways, depending on our state in life and how receptive we are. That's why the Lord has so many different names in the Bible, and is referred to in so many different ways.

Of all the names, though, “Jehovah” is the most special and most holy, because it refers to the Lord in terms of love, referring to his substance, love itself. Generally, then, we find “Jehovah” used within the context of a church that worships Him, and in connection with people who are growing in their affection for being.

(Odkazy: Apocalypse Revealed 193; Arcana Coelestia 624, 709, 1343 [1-4], 1735, 2001, 2921, 6945, 7194, 9315; True Christian Religion 19, 81)

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Výklad(a) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanos Celestes 2290, 2291, 2371, 2724, 6476, 6674, 6887, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 81, 839

Divina Providência 230

True Christian Religion 112, 113, 299, 306


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 102

An Invitation to the New Church 37

Spiritual Experiences 732, 1731, 1790, 1826, 2435, 2678

Marriage 112, 113

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