Deuteronomium 19

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1 As die HERE jou God die nasies uitroei wie se land die HERE jou God jou sal gee, en jy hulle uit hul besitting verdrywe en in hulle stede en in hulle huise woon,

2 dan moet jy vir jou drie stede afsonder in jou land wat die HERE jou God jou sal gee om dit in besit te neem.

3 Jy moet vir jou die pad regmaak en jou grondgebied wat die HERE jou God jou laat erwe, in drie dele verdeel, sodat elkeen wat 'n doodslag begaan het, daarheen kan vlug.

4 En dit is die saak van hom wat 'n doodslag begaan het, wat daarheen vlug, dat hy kan lewe: hy wat sy naaste sonder opset doodslaan, terwyl hy hom van gister en eergister af nie vyandig was nie;

5 en hy wat saam met sy naaste in die bos gaan om hout te kap en sy hand swaai met die byl om die boom af te kap, en die yster glip van die steel af en tref sy naaste, sodat hy sterwe--hy moet in een van hierdie stede vlug om in die lewe te bly;

6 sodat die bloedwreker hom wat 'n doodslag begaan het, nie agtervolg as sy hart verhit is en hom inhaal--omdat die pad lank is--en hom doodslaan nie, terwyl hy die dood nie verdien het nie, omdat hy hom van gister en eergister af nie vyandig was nie.

7 Daarom gee ek jou bevel en sê: Drie stede moet jy vir jou afsonder.

8 En as die HERE jou God jou grondgebied uitbrei, soos Hy aan jou vaders met 'n eed beloof het, en jou die hele land gee wat Hy beloof het om aan jou vaders te gee

9 --as jy sorgvuldig al hierdie gebooie hou wat ek jou vandag beveel om dit te doen, om die HERE jou God lief te hê en altyd in sy weë te wandel--dan moet jy vir jou nog drie stede by hierdie drie byvoeg,

10 sodat geen onskuldige bloed vergiet word binne-in jou land wat die HERE jou God jou as erfenis sal gee, en bloedskuld op jou kom nie.

11 Maar as iemand sy naaste vyandig is en hom voorlê en teen hom opstaan en hom lewensgevaarlik slaan, sodat hy sterwe, en hy in een van hierdie stede vlug,

12 dan moet die oudstes van sy stad stuur en hom daarvandaan laat haal, en hulle moet hom in die hand van die bloedwreker oorgee, dat hy kan sterwe.

13 Jou oog mag hom nie verskoon nie, maar jy moet die onskuldige bloed uit Israel wegdoen, dat dit met jou goed kan gaan.

14 Jou naaste se grenslyn, deur die voorvaders getrek in jou erfdeel wat jy sal erwe in die land wat die HERE jou God jou sal gee om dit in besit te neem, mag jy nie verlê nie.

15 Een getuie mag nie teen iemand optree insake enige misdaad of enige sonde, by enige misstap wat hy begaan nie; op die verklaring van twee getuies of op die verklaring van drie getuies sal 'n saak van krag wees.

16 As 'n kwaadwillige getuie teen iemand optree om van 'n oortreding teen hom te getuig,

17 dan moet die twee manne wat die regsaak het, gaan staan voor die aangesig van die HERE, voor die priesters en die regters wat daar in dié dae sal wees.

18 En die regters moet terdeë ondersoek doen, en is die getuie 'n valse getuie, het hy vals teen sy broer getuig,

19 dan moet julle met hom doen soos hy gedink het om met sy broer te doen; so moet jy dan die kwaad uit jou midde uitroei.

20 En die ander moet dit hoor en vrees en nie meer verder by jou so iets verkeerds doen nie.

21 En jou oog mag nie verskoon nie: lewe vir lewe, oog vir oog, tand vir tand, hand vir hand, voet vir voet.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 19      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-3. When the soul follows sincerely the truths it knows, faults committed through ignorance do not bring guilt or hurt to the soul.

Verses 4-10. An example of this.

Verses 11-13. But theories which are maliciously and persistently against charity are to be destroyed.

Verse 14. The highest standard of good and truth the soul can reach to be rigidly maintained.

Verse 15. One unconfirmed truth not to condemn anything, but several agreeing together to be taken as a proof of evil.

Verses 16-21. On the decisions in the soul between evil and good, and between truth and falsity. Evil and falsity when brought to light to be destroyed.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 4197, 6353, 8223, 8908, 9011, 9262

Apocalypse Revealed 167, 505, 610, 774

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 97, 329, 556, 750, 1145

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