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1 A palavra do Senhor, que veio a Oséias, filho de Beeri, nos dias de Uzias, Jotão, Acaz e Ezequias, reis de Judá, e nos dias de Jeroboão, filho de Joás, rei de Israel.

2 Quando o Senhor falou no princípio por Oséias, disse o Senhor a Oséias: Vai, toma por esposa uma mulher de prostituições, e filhos de prostituição; porque a terra se prostituiu, apartando-se do Senhor.

3 Ele se foi, pois, e tomou a Gomer, filha de Diblaim; e ela concebeu, e lhe deu um filho.

4 E disse-lhe o Senhor: Põe-lhe o nome de Jizreel; porque daqui a pouco visitarei o sangue de Jizreel sobre a casa de Jeú, e farei cessar o reino da casa de Israel.

5 E naquele dia quebrarei o arco de Israel no vale de Jizreel.

6 E tornou ela a conceber, e deu à luz uma filha. E o Senhor disse a Oséias: Põe-lhe o nome de Lo-Ruama; porque não tornarei mais a compadecer-me da casa de Israel, nem a perdoar-lhe de maneira alguma.

7 Mas da casa se Judá me compadecerei, e os salvarei pelo Senhor seu Deus, pois não os salvarei pelo arco, nem pela espada, nem pela guerra, nem pelos cavalos, nem pelos cavaleiros.

8 Ora depois de haver desmamado a Lo-Ruama, concebeu e deu à luz um filho.

9 E o Senhor disse: Põe-lhe o nome de Lo-Ami; porque vós não sois meu povo, nem sou eu vosso Deus.

10 Todavia o número dos filhos de Israel será como a areia do mar, que não pode ser medida nem contada; e no lugar onde se lhes dizia: Vós não sois meu povo, se lhes dirá: Vós sois os filhos do Deus vivo.

11 E os filhos de Judá e os filhos de Israel juntos se congregarão, e constituirão sobre si uma só cabeça, e subirão da terra; pois grande será o dia de Jizreel.

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Haupterklärung(en) aus den Werken Swedenborgs:

Arcanos Celestes 2606, 10325

Apocalypse Explained 655

On the Athanasian Creed 165

Doutrina de Escritura Santa 79

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 184

True Christian Religion 247

Scriptural Confirmations 54

Weitere Verweise Swedenborgs zu diesem Kapitel:

Arcanos Celestes 8904, 10217

Apocalipse Revelado 134

Doutrina Do Senhor 4, 15

Doutrina de Escritura Santa 16

True Christian Religion 130

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 119, 141, 734, 805

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 9, 74

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