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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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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Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 60

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16. Lacking a spiritual understanding, no one would know why the prophet Jeremiah was commanded to buy a belt and put it around his waist, not to put it in water, and to hide it in a crevice in the rocks near the Euphrates (Jeremiah 13:1-7). No one would know why the prophet Isaiah was commanded to take the sackcloth off his waist and the sandals off his feet and to go naked and barefoot for three years (Isaiah 20:2-3). No one would know why the prophet Ezekiel was commanded to take a razor to his head and his beard and then to divide the hair, burning a third of it in the middle of the city, striking a third with a sword, and scattering a third to the wind; also, to bind a few hairs in his hems, and eventually to throw a few into the midst of a fire (Ezekiel 5:1-4). The same prophet was commanded to lie on his left side for three hundred ninety days and on his right side for forty days and to make himself a cake out of wheat, barley, millet, and spelt and bake it over cow dung and eat it; and at another time to make a siege wall and a mound against [an image of] Jerusalem and besiege it (Ezekiel 4:1-15). No one would know why the prophet Hosea was twice commanded to take a whore as his wife (Hosea 1:2-9; 3:2-3), and other things of the same sort.

Beyond that, without a spiritual understanding who would know the meaning of all the objects in the tabernacle - the ark, for example, the mercy seat, the angel guardians, the lampstand, the altar of incense, the showbread on the table, its veils and curtains? Without a spiritual understanding, who would know the meaning of Aaron’s sacred garments - his tunic, robe, ephod, the Urim and Thummim, his turban, and so on? Without a spiritual understanding, who would know the meaning of all the commandments about burnt offerings, sacrifices, grain offerings, and drink offerings, about Sabbaths and festivals? The truth is that every bit of what was commanded meant something about the Lord, heaven, and the church.

You can see clearly in these few examples that there is a spiritual meaning throughout the Word and in its details.

(Odkazy: Hosea 3:1-3)

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