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Lamentations 5

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1 ข้าแต่พระเยโฮวาห์ ขอทรงระลึกว่ามีอะไรตกถึงข้าพระองค์ ขอทรงพิจารณาและทอดพระเนตรความอดสูของข้าพระองค์

2 มรดกของพวกข้าพระองค์ได้ไปตกอยู่กับพวกต่างประเทศ บ้านเรือนของพวกข้าพระองค์เป็นของคนต่างด้าว

3 พวกข้าพระองค์เป็นคนกำพร้าและคนกำพร้าพ่อ และเหล่ามารดาของข้าพระองค์เป็นดั่งหญิงม่าย

4 น้ำก็ต้องซื้อเขาดื่ม ฟืนก็ต้องซื้อเขาใช้

5 ผู้ข่มขี่ได้ขี่คอพวกข้าพระองค์ไว้ พวกข้าพระองค์ทำงานหนักและไม่มีเวลาพักเลย

6 พวกข้าพระองค์พนมมือให้คนอียิปต์และคนอัสซีเรีย เพื่อจะได้อาหารรับประทานอิ่มหนึ่ง

7 บรรพบุรุษของพวกข้าพระองค์ได้กระทำบาป และก็ตายหมดแล้ว พวกข้าพระองค์ต้องถูกโทษเพราะความชั่วช้าของเขา

8 ทาสกลับปกครองพวกข้าพระองค์ ไม่มีผู้ใดช่วยข้าพระองค์ให้พ้นมือของเขาได้

9 ข้าพระองค์ทั้งหลายได้อาหารมาโดยเอาชีวิตเข้าเสี่ยงเพราะดาบแห่งถิ่นทุรกันดาร

10 ผิวหนังของพวกข้าพระองค์ก็ร้อนปานเตาอบ เพราะความเดือดร้อนของทุพภิกขภัย

11 เขาทั้งหลายขืนใจพวกผู้หญิงในกรุงศิโยน และข่มใจสาวพรหมจารีในหัวเมืองแห่งยูดาห์

12 พวกเจ้านายต้องถูกผูกมือแขวน ไม่มีใครแสดงความนับถือต่อหน้าพวกผู้ใหญ่

13 พวกคนหนุ่มถูกบังคับให้โม่แป้ง และพวกเด็กต้องแบกฟืนหนักล้มลุกคลุกคลาน

14 พวกผู้ใหญ่หายตัวไปจากประตูเมือง พวกคนหนุ่มได้หยุดดีดสีตีเป่าแล้ว

15 ความปลาบปลื้มก็ประลาตไปจากใจของพวกข้าพระองค์สิ้น การเต้นรำของพวกข้าพระองค์กลายเป็นการร่ำไห้

16 มงกุฎได้ร่วงหล่นจากศีรษะข้าพระองค์แล้ว วิบัติแก่พวกข้าพระองค์ เพราะพวกข้าพระองค์กระทำบาปไว้

17 เหตุนี้เองใจพวกข้าพระองค์จึงอ่อนกำลัง เพราะการเหล่านี้เองนัยน์ตาข้าพระองค์จึงมัวไป

18 เหตุด้วยภูเขาศิโยนซึ่งรกร้างไป พวกสุนัขจิ้งจอกจึงมาเดินเพ่นพ่านอยู่บนนั้น

19 ข้าแต่พระเยโฮวาห์ แต่พระองค์ทรงสถิตอยู่เป็นนิตย์ พระที่นั่งของพระองค์ดำรงอยู่ทุกชั่วอายุ

20 เป็นไฉนพระองค์ทรงลืมพวกข้าพระองค์เสียเป็นนิตย์ เป็นไฉนได้ทรงทอดทิ้งพวกข้าพระองค์เสียนานดังนี้

21 ข้าแต่พระเยโฮวาห์ ขอทรงช่วยข้าพระองค์ให้กลับสู่พระองค์เถิด แล้วพวกข้าพระองค์จะกลับสู่พระองค์ ขอทรงฟื้นเดือนปีของข้าพระองค์ให้เหมือนดังก่อน

22 เว้นเสียแต่พระองค์ทรงสลัดทิ้งพวกข้าพระองค์เสียแล้ว และพระองค์ทรงกริ้วพวกข้าพระองค์อย่างล้นพ้น

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 123


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Arcana Coelestia 23, 488, 643, 2165, 2799, 2851, 3069, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 52, 189, 323, 503, 546, 620, 764, ...


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 126, 131, 152, 270, 272, 326, 386, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

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Apocalypse Revealed # 546

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546. Then the woman fled into the wilderness. (12:6) This symbolizes the church, namely, the New Jerusalem, being at first among few.

The woman symbolizes the New Church (no. 533), and the wilderness symbolizes a circumstance in which there are no longer any truths. The church is symbolized as being at first among few because the statement follows, "Where she has a place prepared by God, that they may feed her there one thousand two hundred and sixty days," which symbolizes the state of that church then, that in the meantime provision may be made for it to exist among more people until it grows to its appointed state (no. 547).

A wilderness in the Word symbolizes:

1. A church devastated, or one in which the Word's truths have all been falsified, as was the case with the Jews at the time of the Lord's advent. 2. A church without truths, because it does not have the Word, as was the case with upright gentiles at the time of the Lord's advent.

3. A state of temptation or trial, in which a person is seemingly without truths, being surrounded by evil spirits who induce the temptation or trial and appear to rob him of his truths.

(Odkazy: Hosea 2:13-16; Isaiah 42:11)


[2] 1. That a wilderness symbolizes a church devastated, or one in which the Word's truths have all been falsified, as was the case with the Jews at the time of the Lord's advent: This is apparent from the following passages:

Is this the man who shook the earth, who made kingdoms tremble, who made the world as a wilderness...? (Isaiah 14:16-17)

This said in reference to Babylon.

On the land of my people will come up thorns and briers...; ...the palace will be deserted... (Isaiah 32:13-14)

I beheld, and lo, Carmel was a wilderness... "The whole land shall be a wasteland." (Jeremiah 4:26-27)

The land is the church (no. 285).

...shepherds have destroyed My vineyard..., they have made the field of My desire a desolate wilderness... The devastators are coming... in the wilderness. (Jeremiah 12:10, 12)

...(the vine) is planted in the wilderness, in a dry and thirsty land. (Ezekiel 19:13)

...fire has devoured the habitations of the wilderness. (Joel 1:19-20)

...the day of Jehovah is coming... The land is like the Garden of Eden before it, but after it a desolate wilderness. (Joel 2:1, 3)

...see the word of Jehovah! Have I been a wilderness to Israel, or a land of darkness? (Jeremiah 2:31)

The voice of one crying in the wilderness: "Prepare the way of Jehovah; make level in the desert a highway for our God." (Isaiah 40:3)

And so on elsewhere, as in Isaiah 33:9; Jeremiah 3:2; 23:10; Lamentations 5:9; Hosea 2:2-3; 13:15; Matthew 24:26; Luke 13:35.

That such is the state of the church today may be seen in no. 566 below.

(Odkazy: Joel 3:19; Malachi 1:3; Psalms 107:33-34)


[3] 2. That a wilderness symbolizes a church without truths, because it does not have the Word, as was the case with upright gentiles at the time of the Lord's advent: This is apparent from these passages:

...the Spirit shall be poured upon us from on high, then the wilderness shall become a fertile field...; and judgment will dwell in the wilderness... (Isaiah 32:15-16)

(I will put) fountains in the midst of the valleys, [and turn] the wilderness into a pool of water... I will put in the wilderness the shittim cedar... and the oil tree. (Isaiah 41:18-19)

He will turn a wilderness into a pool of water, and dry land into springs of water. (Psalms 107:35-36)

I will make a road in the wilderness, rivers in the desert... to give drink to My people, My chosen. (Isaiah 43:19-20)

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The habitations of the wilderness drip... (Psalms 65:12-13)

Let the wilderness... lift up (its) voice... Let the inhabitants of the rock sing... (Isaiah 43:10-11)

(Odkazy: Isaiah 42:3, 42:10-11; Psalms 65:12, Psalms 107:35)


[4] 3. That a wilderness symbolizes a state of temptation or trial, in which a person is seemingly without truths, being surrounded by evil spirits who induce the temptation or trial and appear to rob him of his truths: This is apparent from Matthew 4:1-3, Mark 1:12-13.

(Odkazy: Deuteronomy 1:31, 1:33, 8:2-4, 8:15-16, 32:10; Ezekiel 20:34-37; Hosea 2:13-16; Isaiah 32:13-16, Isaiah 42:11; Jeremiah 2:2, 2:6-7; Luke 4:1-3; Psalms 107:4-7)

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Apocalypse Revealed 532, 561, 722, 748

A Brief Exposition of New Church Doctrine 88


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Psalms 107:33-34

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33 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and the watersprings into dry ground;

34 A fruitful land into barrenness, for the wickedness of them that dwell therein.

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 357


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Arcana Coelestia 1666, 2455, 2702, 2708, 7324, 9207

Apocalypse Revealed 385, 409, 546, 835


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 518, 730

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