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IEksodus 9

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1 Wathi uYehova kuMoses, Yiya kuFaro, uthethe naye, uthi, Utsho uYehova uThixo wamaHebhere, ukuthi, Bandulule abantu bam, baye kundikhonza.

2 Okanye ukuba uthe akwavuma ukubandulula,

3 waba usababambile, yabona, isandla sikaYehova soba semfuyweni yakho esendle, emahasheni, emaesileni, ezinkameleni, ezinkomeni, nasempahleni emfutshane, senze indyikitya yokufa enzima kunene;

4 uYehova ayibalule imfuyo yamaSirayeli kwimfuyo yamaYiputa: akuyi kufa nto kuyo yonke eyoonyana bakaSirayeli.

5 UYehova umise ixesha elithile, wathi, Ngomso uYehova uya kuyenza le nto kweli lizwe.

6 Wayenza ke uYehova le nto ngengomso. Yafa yonke imfuyo yamaYiputa; ke kweyoonyana bakaSirayeli imfuyo akufanga nanye.

7 UFaro wasusa umntu. O, kweyamaSirayeli imfuyo akufanga nokuba ibe nye. Yaqaqadeka intliziyo kaFaro, akabandulula abantu.

8 Wathi uYehova kuMoses nakuAron, Thabathani uthuthu lweziko, nizalise izandla zozibini, uMoses aluphose phezulu esibhakabhakeni phambi koFaro,

9 lube luthuli ezweni lonke laseYiputa, lube ngamathumba athe qwele ngamaqhakuva ebantwini, nasezinkomeni, ezweni lonke laseYiputa.

10 Baluthabatha ke uthuthu lweziko, bema phambi koFaro; uMoses waluphosa phezulu esibhakabhakeni, lwaba ngamathumba athe qwele ngamaqhakuva ebantwini nasezinkomeni.

11 Azaba nako izazi ukuma phambi koMoses ngenxa yamathumba; kuba amathumba abakho kwizazi nakumaYiputa onke.

12 UYehova wayenza lukhuni intliziyo kaFaro, akabaphulaphula, njengoko watshoyo uYehova kuMoses.

13 Wathi uYehova kuMoses, Vuka kusasa, ume phambi koFaro, uthi kuye, Utsho uYehova uThixo wamaHebhere, ukuthi, Bandulule abantu bam, baye kundikhonza.

14 Kuba ngesi sihlandlo ndithuma zonke izibetho zam entliziyweni yakho, nakubakhonzi bakho, nakubantu bakho, ukuze wazi ukuba akukho unjengam ehlabathini lonke.

15 Kuba ngoku, ukuba bendithe ndasolula isandla sam, ndakubetha wena nabantu bakho ngendyikitya yokufa, ngewuthe shwaka akwabakho ehlabathini.

16 Noko ke ndikumisele eli thuba lokuba ndiwabonakalalise amandla am kuwe, laziswe igama lam ehlabathini lonke.

17 Unangoku usazenza udonga kubantu bam, akubandululi.

18 Yabona, eli xa ngomso ndiya kunisa isichotho esinzima kunene, ekungazanga kubekho singangaso eYiputa, kususela kwimini eyasekwayo kude kube ngoku.

19 Thumela ngoku, ukhawuleze, uhlanganise imfuyo yakho, neento zakho zonke onazo ezindle; bonke abantu neenkomo ezifunyenwe endle zingahlanganiselwanga ekhaya, zohlelwa sisichotho, zife.

20 Owaloyikayo ilizwi likaYehova kubakhonzi bakaFaro, wabasabisela ezindlwini abakhonzi bakhe nemfuyo yakhe.

21 Ongalibekelanga ntliziyo ilizwi likaYehova, wabayeka abakhonzi bakhe nemfuyo yakhe endle.

22 Wathi uYehova kuMoses, Yolulela isandla sakho ezulwini, kubekho isichotho ezweni lonke laseYiputa phezu kwabantu, naphezu kweenkomo, naphezu kwemifuno yonke yasendle, ezweni lonke laseYiputa.

23 UMoses wayolulela intonga yakhe ezulwini; uYehova wathoba indudumo nesichotho, nomlilo wehla weza emhlabeni. UYehova walinisela isichotho ilizwe laseYiputa.

24 Kwabakho ke isichotho, nomlilo obophene phakathi kwesichotho, sinzima kunene, ekungazanga kubekho singangaso ezweni lonke lamaYiputa, kususela oko aba luhlanga.

25 Isichotho sayibetha yonke into esendle ezweni lonke laseYiputa, kwathabathela emntwini kwesa enkomeni; sayibetha Isichotho yonke imifuno yasendle, sayaphula yonke imithi yasendle.

26 Kodwa ezweni laseGoshen, apho babekhona oonyana bakaSirayeli, akubangakho sichotho.

27 Wathuma uFaro, wabiza uMoses noAron, wathi kubo, Ndonile okwesi sihlandlo. UYehova ulilungisa, ke mna nabantu bam asindawo.

28 Thandazani kuYehova; kwanele ukubakho kweendudumo zikaThixo nesichotho; ndonindulula ningabi sahlala.

29 UMoses wathi kuye, Ekuphumeni kwam phakathi komzi, ndozolulela kuYehova izandla zam, ziyeke iindudumo, nesichotho singabi sabakho, ukuze wazi ukuba umhlaba lo ngokaYehova.

30 Ke wena nabakhonzi bakho, ndiyazi ukuba aniyi kwandula nimoyike uYehova uThixo.

31 Yabhuqwa iflakisi nerhasi, kuba irhasi ibiselidubule, neflakisi ibiselityatyambile.

32 Ke yona ingqolowa nespelete ayibhuqwanga; kuba ibisencinane.

33 Waphuma uMoses phakathi komzi, wemka kuFaro, wazolulela izandla zakhe kuYehova, zayeka iindudumo nesichotho, yathula imvula emhlabeni.

34 Wabona uFaro ukuba iphelile imvula nesichotho neendudumo, waphinda wona, wayiqaqadekisa intliziyo yakhe, yena nabakhonzi bakhe.

35 Yaba lukhuni ke intliziyo kaFaro, akabandulula oonyana bakaSirayeli, njengoko watshoyo uYehova ngoMoses.

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Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 878, 1343, 1703, 2445, 3048, 4876, 4936, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 399, 401, 485, 657, 678

True Christian Religion 635


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 503, 504, 650, 654, 727, 962

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Exploring the Meaning of Joshua 4      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff and Rev. Julian Duckworth

Joshua 4: Twelve stones are taken from the river Jordan

In this chapter we pick up on the command to take twelve men, one from each tribe, which was mentioned in chapter 3. The task is for each man to pick up a large stone from where the priests’ feet stand, and take it across, and put it in the lodging place. These stones will be as memorial stones so that later generations who ask what these stones mean will be told about the miracle of the Lord in the crossing of the river Jordan.

Later, the Israelites camped at Gilgal and Joshua set the twelve stones up as a permanent memorial.

A ‘stone’ is a piece of hard rock. It corresponds to a truth; for us it stands for a truth which we have made ours and which guides us in our life (Apocalypse Revealed 231). It might be the truth that the Lord’s providence is involved in everything that happens. It could be the great truth that we will live for ever, or that God came on earth as a human being and overcame the power of hell. These and other truths are rock hard truths or stones.

But here, it is a stone which has been washed and worked on by the waters of the river Jordan, and over much time has become fashioned and rounded by erosion. So, it could be a life-truth, for example that we are to show respect to other people. That’s a great truth, but now it is connected with our understanding of the Lord. So we are to show respect to other people because each and every person has been created by God for a unique purpose. And we can also add that we know how it feels when other people respect us.

So we assemble our twelve memorial stones. These are to be recalled, remembered, revisited by us again and again as time passes. “Yes, God brought me here from where I was before.” (Arcana Caelestia 1988). This meaning of the stones helps us with the apparent contradiction in the chapter between Joshua 4:9 where “the stones are set up in the Jordan and are there to this day” and verse Joshua 4:20 where “Joshua sets up the twelves stones from out of the Jordan, in Gilgal.” Stones can’t be in two places at once, but yes, spiritually they can and need to be.

We need to always remember and be mindful of how the Lord works with us in giving us truths for our life. Everything is the Lord! These are stones in the Jordan. Yet we need to always remember that we are to live, act, and turn away from any evil as if it is only us making that decision and doing it. These are the stones set up at Gilgal (Apocalypse Explained 700[14]). Both of them are involved in our regeneration and spiritual life.

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Verse 13 says that about 40,000 prepared for war and crossed the river Jordan before the Lord for battle. Here is a number. Numbers in the Word are helpful clues to the inner meaning. The number 40 always stands for some kind of temptation or crisis in the Word – for example, Jesus was in the wilderness 40 days and 40 nights, tempted. Here, 40 has grown to become 40,000 but it has the same meaning of temptation (Arcana Caelestia 2273). Our spiritual life and regeneration will certainly take us into various temptations (‘battles’) and the Lord allows them so that we grow stronger through them. The whole conquest of Canaan is nothing else!

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