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Ezekiel 29

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1 Ngomnyaka weshumi, ngenyanga yeshumi, ngolweshumi elinesibini enyangeni leyo, kwafika ilizwi likaYehova kum lisithi,

2 Nyana womntu, bhekisa ubuso bakho kuFaro ukumkani waseYiputa, uprofete ngaye, nangeYiputa yonke iphela.

3 Thetha uthi, Itsho iNkosi uYehova ukuthi, Uyabona, ndikuchasile, Faro kumkani waseYiputa, ngwenya inkulu ibuthumileyo emijelweni yayo yoMnayile, itsho ukuthi, Ngowam umlambo, ndizenzele mna.

4 Ndiya kufaka amakhonkco emihlathini yakho, ndizinamathisele emaxolweni akho iintlanzi zemijelo yakho, ndikurhole emijelweni yakho, neentlanzi zonke zemijelo yakho, ezinamathele emaxolweni akho.

5 Ndiya kukulahlela entlango, wena neentlanzi zonke zemijelo yakho. Uya kuwa endle, akuyi kuhlanganiswa ubuthwe; ndikunikele ukuba ube kukudla kwamarhamncwa elizwe nokweentaka zezulu.

6 Baya kwazi bonke abemi baseYiputa ukuba ndinguYehova. Ngokokuba ibe ingumsimelelo wengcongolo kwindlu kaSirayeli.

7 Bakubambelela kuwe ngamahlamvu akho, usuka uvikiveke, ukrazule lonke igxalaba labo; uthi bakusimelela ngawe, waphuke, ugxadazelise zonke izinqe zabo.

8 Ngako oko, itsho iNkosi uYehova ukuthi, Uyabona, ndikuzisela ikrele, ndinqumle kuwe umntu nenkomo;

9 ilizwe laseYiputa kube senkangala, libharhe; bazi ukuba ndinguYehova, ngenxa enokuba usithi, Umlambo ngowam, ndizenzele mna.

10 Ngako oko uyabona, ndikuchasile nemijelo yakho; ndiya kulibharhisa ilizwe laseYiputa libharhe, kube senkangala, lithabathele eMigidoli, lise eSevene, lise emdeni wakwaKushi.

11 Akuyi kucanda lunyawo lwamntu kulo, akuyi kucanda nqina lankomo kulo, lingemiwa, iminyaka engamashumi amane.

12 Ndiya kulenza kube senkangala ilizwe laseYiputa phakathi kwamazwe abharhileyo, ibe ngamanxuwa imizi yalo phakathi kwemizi engamanxuwa, iminyaka engamashumi amane; ndiwaphangalalisele amaYiputa ezintlangeni, ndiwachithachithe emazweni.

13 Ngokuba itsho iNkosi uYehova ukuthi, Ekupheleni kweminyaka engamashumi amane, ndiya kuwabutha amaYiputa ezizweni, abephangalaliselwe kuzo;

14 ndibuyise ukuthinjwa kweYiputa, ndiwabuyise elizweni lasePatrosi, ezweni lokuvela kwawo, abe sisikumkani esiphantsi khona.

15 Ezikumkanini aya kuba sesiphantsi, angabi saziphakamisa ngokwawo phezu kweentlanga; ndiwanciphise, ukuze angazinyatheleli phantsi iintlanga.

16 Akayi kuba saba yinkoloseko yendlu kaSirayeli, ekhumbuza ubugwenxa ngokubheka kwayo kuwo; azi ukuba ndiyiNkosi uYehova.

17 Kwathi ngomnyaka wamashumi omabini anesixhenxe, ngenyanga yokuqala, ngolokuqala enyangeni leyo, kwafika ilizwi likaYehova kum, lisithi,

18 Nyana womntu, uNebhukadenetsare ukumkani waseBhabheli, impi yakhe uyisebenzise umsebenzi omkhulu eTire. Zonke iintloko zikhuthukile, onke amagxalaba atyabukile; ukanti akabanga namvuzo ke, yena nempi yakhe, eTire, ngenxa yomsebenzi awusebenzileyo kuyo.

19 Ngako oko, itsho iNkosi uYehova ukuthi, Uyabona, uNebhukadenetsare ukumkani waseBhabheli ndimnika ilizwe laseYiputa, ukuba athuthe intabalala yalo, athimbe intimbo yalo, aphange ixhoba lalo, ezo zinto zibe ngumvuzo wempi yakhe.

20 Umvuzo wakhe awusebenzeleyo ndimnika ilizwe laseYiputa, ngokuba baye besebenzele mna; itsho iNkosi uYehova.

21 Ngayo loo mini ndiya kuyihlumisela uphondo indlu kaSirayeli, ndikunike ukuvulwa komlomo phakathi kwabo; bazi ukuba ndinguYehova.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1165

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 152


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 42, 130, 730, 778, 908, 988, 1085, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 47, 405, 485, 503, 567, 704, 757, ...

The Lord 4, 28

Sacred Scripture 35


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 66, 316, 342, 388, 513, 518, 557, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

De Verbo (The Word) 10, 25

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 52

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Apocalypse Revealed # 759

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759. "And the merchants of the earth have become rich owing to the potencies of her delights." This symbolizes the greater and lower in rank in the Roman Catholic hierarchy who by their dominion over sacred things strive for Divine majesty and superregal glory, who continually seek to establish it by multiplying the number of monasteries and possessions under their control, and by collecting and accumulating the world's treasures without end, and who thus procure for themselves physical and natural delights and gratifications by claiming for themselves a celestial and spiritual dominion.

The merchants of Babylon can only mean the greater and lower in rank in their church hierarchy, because in verse 23 of this chapter we are told that they are the great men of the earth. And the potencies of her delights with which they have become rich can only mean the dogmas that are the means by which they acquire for themselves dominion over people's souls, and so also over their possessions and wealth. People know that they collect these without end and swell their treasuries with them, and also that they make merchandise of the sanctities of the church, by selling salvation, for example, or heaven, in exchange for offerings and gifts made to monasteries and their saints and images, or in exchange for masses, indulgences and various dispensations.

(Odkazy: Revelation 18:3)


[2] Who cannot see that if the papal dominion had not been broken at the time of the Protestant Reformation, Roman Catholics would have scraped together the possessions and wealth of all the kingdoms in the whole of Europe? And that then they would have made themselves the sole lords, and everyone else their servants? Do they not have the greatest part of their wealth from preceding centuries when they had power over emperors and kings, whom they could excommunicate and depose if they did not obey? And do they not still have annual incomes that are immense, and treasuries full of gold, silver, and precious stones?

The same barbarous lust for dominion is still lodged in the hearts of many of them, and is restrained only by a fear of its loss if it should extend beyond accepted limits.

Of what use, however, are such great incomes, treasures and possessions to them, other than to be delighted by them, to pride themselves on having them, and to establish their dominion to eternity?

It can be seen from this what is here symbolized by merchants of the earth who have become rich owing to the potencies of Babylon's delights.

They are called merchants also in Isaiah:

(The inhabitants of Babylon) are as stubble. Fire has burned them; they do not deliver their soul from the power of the flame... Such are... your merchants from your youth. (Isaiah 47:14-15)

(Odkazy: Ezekiel 17:4)


[3] In the Word, to be a merchant or trader means, symbolically, to be engaged in procuring for oneself spiritual riches, which are concepts of truth and goodness, and in an opposite sense, concepts of falsity and evil, and to use the first to gain heaven, and the second to gain the world. For that reason the Lord likened the kingdom of heaven to a merchant seeking beautiful pearls (Matthew 13:45-46), and the people in the church to servants who were given talents with which to trade and gain more (Matthew 25:14-30), or who were given ten minas with which to likewise trade and gain more (Luke 19:12-26).

Moreover, because Tyre symbolizes the church in respect to its concepts of truth and goodness, therefore the whole of chapter twenty-seven in Ezekiel has trading and gain as its subject, and we are told concerning Tyre:

In your wisdom and your understanding you have gained... for yourself... gold and silver into your treasuries; and by the great wisdom in your trading you have increased your riches... (Ezekiel 28:4-5)

And elsewhere:

...Tyre... has been laid waste..., whose merchants are princes, and its traders the honorable of the earth. (Isaiah 23:1, 8)

Also, the corrupt church among Jews in the land of Canaan is called the land of trade (Ezekiel 16:3, 29; 21:30; 29:14).

(Odkazy: Ezekiel 17:4, 24:14, 27, 28:18; Isaiah 23:1-8; Matthew 25:14-20; Revelation 18:3)

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