تكوين 33

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1 ورفع يعقوب عينيه ونظر واذا عيسو مقبل ومعه اربع مئة رجل. فقسم الاولاد على ليئة وعلى راحيل وعلى الجاريتين.

2 ووضع الجاريتين واولادهما اولا وليئة واولادها وراءهم وراحيل ويوسف اخيرا.

3 واما هو فاجتاز قدامهم وسجد الى الارض سبع مرات حتى اقترب الى اخيه.

4 فركض عيسو للقائه وعانقه ووقع على عنقه وقبّله. وبكيا

5 ثم رفع عينيه وابصر النساء والاولاد وقال ما هؤلاء منك. فقال الاولاد الذين انعم الله بهم على عبدك.

6 فاقتربت الجاريتان هما واولادهما وسجدتا.

7 ثم اقتربت ليئة ايضا واولادها وسجدوا. وبعد ذلك اقترب يوسف وراحيل وسجدا.

8 فقال ماذا منك كل هذا الجيش الذي صادفته. فقال لاجد نعمة في عيني سيدي.

9 فقال عيسو لي كثير. يا اخي ليكن لك الذي لك.

10 فقال يعقوب لا. ان وجدت نعمة في عينيك تاخذ هديتي من يدي. لاني رأيت وجهك كما يرى وجه الله فرضيت عليّ.

11 خذ بركتي التي أتي بها اليك. لان الله قد انعم عليّ ولي كل شيء. والحّ عليه فاخذ

12 ثم قال لنرحل ونذهب واذهب انا قدامك.

13 فقال له سيدي عالم ان الاولاد رخصة والغنم والبقر التي عندي مرضعة. فان استكدّوها يوما واحدا ماتت كل الغنم.

14 ليجتز سيدي قدام عبده وانا استاق على مهلي في اثر الاملاك التي قدامي وفي اثر الاولاد حتى اجيء الى سيدي الى سعير.

15 فقال عيسو اترك عندك من القوم الذين معي. فقال لماذا. دعني اجد نعمة في عيني سيدي.

16 فرجع عيسو ذلك اليوم في طريقه الى سعير

17 واما يعقوب فارتحل الى سكّوت. وبنى لنفسه بيتا وصنع لمواشيه مظلات. لذلك دعا اسم المكان سكّوت.

18 ثم اتى يعقوب سالما الى مدينة شكيم التي في ارض كنعان. حين جاء من فدّان ارام. ونزل امام المدينة.

19 وابتاع قطعة الحقل التي نصب فيها خيمته من يد بني حمور ابي شكيم بمئة قسيطة.

20 واقام هناك مذبحا ودعاه ايل اله اسرائيل


Exploring the Meaning of تكوين 33      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here is an excerpt from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that helps explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 4336. The subject here treated of in the internal sense is the conjunction of Divine good natural which is "Esau," with the good of truth which is "Jacob;" thus the submission of the latter, and its insinuation into Divine good natural. The process by which this is effected is described. Lastly the acquisition of interior truths is treated of.

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 33      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here is an excerpt from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that helps explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 4336. The subject here treated of in the internal sense is the conjunction of Divine good natural which is "Esau," with the good of truth which is "Jacob;" thus the submission of the latter, and its insinuation into Divine good natural. The process by which this is effected is described. Lastly the acquisition of interior truths is treated of.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 4336, 4338, 4339, 4340, 4341, 4342, 4343, ...


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1441, 2157, 2868, 2943, 3616, 4337, 4345, ...

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