Ezequiel 4

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1 Y tú, hijo de hombre, tómate un adobe, y ponlo delante de ti, y pinta sobre él la ciudad de Jerusalén;

2 y pondrás contra ella cerco, y edificarás contra ella fortaleza, y sacarás contra ella baluarte, y asentarás delante de ella campo, y pondrás contra ella arietes alrededor.

3 Y tú tómate una sartén de hierro, y ponla en lugar de muro de hierro entre ti y la ciudad, y afirmarás tu rostro contra ella, y será en lugar de cerco, y la sitiarás. Es señal a la Casa de Israel.

4 Y tú dormirás sobre tu lado izquierdo, y pondrás sobre él la maldad de la Casa de Israel. El número de los días que dormirás sobre él, llevarás sobre ti la maldad de ellos.

5 Yo te he dado los años de su maldad por el número de los días, trescientos noventa días; y llevarás sobre ti la maldad de la Casa de Israel.

6 Y cumplidos éstos, dormirás sobre tu lado derecho segunda vez, y llevarás sobre ti la maldad de la Casa de Judá cuarenta días, día por año, día por año te lo he dado.

7 Y al cerco de Jerusalén afirmarás tu rostro, y descubierto tu brazo, profetizarás contra ella.

8 Y he aquí que yo puse sobre ti cuerdas, y no te tornarás de un lado al otro lado, hasta que hayas cumplido los días de tus vueltas.

9 Y tú toma para ti trigo, y cebada, y habas, y lentejas, y millo, y avena, y ponlo en un vaso, y hazte pan de ello el número de los días que durmieres sobre tu lado; trescientos noventa días comerás de él.

10 Y la comida que has de comer será por peso de veinte siclos al día; de tiempo a tiempo la comerás.

11 Y beberás el agua por medida, la sexta parte de un hin; de tiempo en tiempo la beberás.

12 Y comerás pan de cebada cocido debajo de la ceniza; y lo cocerás con los estiércoles que salen del hombre, delante de los ojos de ellos.

13 Y dijo el SEÑOR: Así comerán los hijos de Israel su pan inmundo, entre los gentiles a donde los lanzaré yo .

14 Y dije: ¡Ah Señor DIOS! He aquí que mi alma no es inmunda, ni nunca desde mi juventud hasta este tiempo comí cosa mortecina ni despedazada, ni nunca en mi boca entró carne inmunda.

15 Y me respondió: He aquí te doy estiércoles de bueyes en lugar de los estiércoles de hombre, y dispondrás tu pan con ellos.

16 Y me dijo: Hijo de hombre, he aquí que yo quebranto el sostén del pan en Jerusalén, y comerán el pan por peso, y con angustia; y beberán el agua por medida, y con espanto.

17 Porque les faltará el pan y el agua, y se espantarán los unos con los otros, y se desmayarán por su maldad.

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Apocalypse Explained 805

Apocalypse Revealed 350, 880

Exposición Breve de la Doctrina de la Nueva Iglesia 100

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

Doctrine of the Lord 64

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 127

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 130

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Sacred Scripture 16

La Verdadera Religión Cristiana 296, 782

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Apocalypse Explained 63, 71, 600, 617, 633, 655, 706, ...

El Credo Atanasiano 165

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

Spiritual Experiences 2283

Spiritual Experiences (Travel Diary) 4720

Marriage 39

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 22, 52

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Arcana Coelestia # 3832

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3832. 'And made a feast' means the introduction. This is clear from the meaning of 'a feast' as making one's own and being joined to, dealt with in 3596. Here it is the introduction, for this precedes the joining together, and is a pledge and witness to it. The feasts which were held in early times by people among whom meaningful signs and representatives existed meant nothing else than the introduction into the mutual love which is the essence of charity. Wedding feasts meant the introduction into conjugial love, and sacred feasts the introduction into spiritual and celestial love, the reason being that 'feasting' or eating and drinking meant making one's own and becoming joined to, as shown in 3596.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 3734; Ezekiel 4:12-13)

[2] This being the meaning of 'feasts' the Lord also spoke in the same vein,

Many will come from the east and from the west and will recline with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 8:11.

And elsewhere He said to the disciples,

That you may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom. Luke 22:30.

And when He instituted the Holy Supper He said,

I tell you that I shall not drink from now on of this fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in My Father's kingdom. Matthew 26:29.

Anyone may see that 'reclining', 'eating', and 'drinking' in the Lord's kingdom do not mean reclining, eating, and drinking, but the kind of thing that exists in that kingdom; that is to say, these experiences are used to mean making the good of love and the truth of faith one's own, and so to mean that which is called spiritual food and celestial food. The quotations given above also show plainly that there is an internal sense within words spoken by the Lord, and that without an understanding of that sense one cannot know what is meant by reclining with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, by eating and drinking at the Lord's table in His kingdom, and by drinking of the fruit of the vine with them in the Father's kingdom. Nor indeed can one know what is meant by eating bread and drinking wine in the Holy Supper.

(Odkazy: Ezekiel 4:9, Ezekiel 4:12-13; Genesis 29:22)

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Arcana Coelestia 4060, 4170, 4193, 4211, 4303, 4735, 4745, 4984, 5161, 5643, 5673, 5698, 5943, 6150, 6791, 7231, 7836, 7996, 8058, 8497, 8682, 9068, 9391, 9412, 10415

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 121, 215, 220

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 304

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