Jezekilj 2

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1 I reče mi: Sine čovečji, ustani na noge da govorim s tobom.

2 I uđe u me duh kad mi progovori, i postavi me na noge, i slušah Onog koji mi govoraše.

3 I reče mi: Sine čovečji, ja te šaljem k sinovima Izrailjevim, k narodima odmetničkim, koji se odmetnuše mene; oni i oci njihovi biše mi neverni do ovog dana.

4 K sinovima tvrdog obraza i upornog srca šaljem te ja, pa im reci: Tako veli Gospod;

5 I poslušali ili ne poslušali, jer su dom odmetnički, neka znaju da je prorok bio među njima.

6 I ti, sine čovečji, ne boj ih se niti se boj njihovih reči, što su ti uporni i kao trnje i živiš među skorpijama; ne boj se njihovih reči i ne plaši se od njih što su dom odmetnički.

7 Nego im kaži reči moje, poslušali ili ne poslušali, jer su odmetnici.

8 Ali ti, sine čovečji, slušaj šta ću ti kazati, ne budi nepokoran kao taj dom nepokorni; otvori usta, i pojedi šta ću ti dati.

9 I pogledah, a to ruka pružena k meni, i gle, u njoj savijena knjiga.

10 I razvi je preda mnom, i beše ispisana iznutra i spolja, i beše u njoj napisan plač i naricanje i jaoh.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 125

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 9807

Apocalypse Revealed 256, 425, 482, 510

The Lord 28

Nebo i Pakao 258

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 63, 77, 222, 299, 412, 544, 619, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

Nine Questions 1

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 22, 52

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Rudolf von Arthaber with his Children, by Friedrich von Amerling

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The wise person calls the Lord his father and the church his mother because his interior loves come from the Lord, but are given form and actuality through the truths taught by the church. Those things thus brought forth are a person's spiritual "children".

In the New Testament, when speaking of Jesus and the Father, what is meant is the outward manifestation with the divine itself as the soul inside. Because Jesus was born from a natural mother, He had a natural body and a natural jewish heredity. Throughout his life as He was tempted by the hells, He slowly put off all he had from His mother and replaced it with what He had from Himself inside, the Father. In doing this he made himself one with the Father that was His inmost so He could truly say, "I and my Father are one".

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