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1 約櫃在非利士各城引起的災害非利士人搶去了的約櫃,就把它從以便以謝運到亞實突。

2 非利士人搶去的約櫃,把它抬進大袞廟,放在大袞像的旁邊。

3 第二天清,亞實突人起來,看見大袞神像仆倒在地,俯伏在耶和華的約櫃面前。他們就把大袞神像豎立起來,放回原處。

4 再次日早晨,他們起來的時候,看見大袞神像又仆倒在地,俯伏在耶和華的約櫃面前,大袞的在門檻上折斷了,只剩下大袞的身體。

5 因此大袞的祭司和所有進亞實突大袞廟的人,都不踏大袞廟的門檻,直到現在。

6 耶和華的重重地壓在亞實突人身上,敗壞他們,用痔瘡擊打亞實突和亞實突四境的人。

7 亞實突人見這種情形,就:“以色列的約櫃不可再留在我們這裡,因為他的重重地加在我們我們大袞身上。”

8 他們就派人去召集非利士人各城的首領前來,問他們:“我們要怎樣處理以色列的約櫃呢?”他們回答:“把以色列的約櫃運到迦特去吧。”他們就把它運到迦特去了。

9 運到那裡以耶和華的攻擊那城,引起很的恐慌。他擊打全城的人,不分老幼,使痔瘡在他們中間蔓延。

10 於是他們把的約櫃送到以革倫。的約櫃到了以革倫的時候,以革倫人就喊叫:“他們把以色列的約櫃運到我們這裡,是要殺害我們我們的人啊!”

11 於是他們派人去召集非利士人各城的首領前來,對他們:“請把以色列的約櫃送回原處,免得它殺害我們我們的人民。”亡的恐慌籠罩全城,因為重重地壓在那裡。

12 沒有的人都遭受痔瘡打擊;那城的哀聲,上達於

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Exploring the Meaning of 1_Samuel 5      

The Philistines took the captured Ark of the Covenant deep into their own territory to a temple dedicated to their god Dagon in the city of Ashdod. Dagon has popularly been depicted as half man-half fish, and Swedenborgian teachings support this description. Early the next morning, the people of Ashdod found that the statue of Dagon had fallen on its face before the Ark. They set it back up, only to find it fallen again the next morning. This second time the head and hands were broken off the torso.

Modern translations often describe the people of Ashdod and surrounding territories as being struck down by “tumors.” A more accurate reading is that they suffered severe hemorrhoids- to be precise, “swellings of their private parts.” These afflictions were so serious that many people died. Swedenborg writes that these hemorrhoids represent earthly loves, “which are unclean when they are separated from spiritual loves.” The next chapter describes how the people were also afflicted with rodents- and this represents the “destruction of the church by distortions of the truth” (see Divine Providence 326).

These both indicate a separation of faith and charity, two important parts of spiritual life. Swedenborg talks about how the Philistines represent people with whom faith has been separated from charity (see Arcana Coelestia 1197 and Doctrine of Faith 49). Note here as elsewhere, that we should not directly connect any group of people to the positive or negative things that they spiritually represent. This means that we should not assume that the Philistines were any more guilty of separating faith from charity than any other group of people. We should instead think about how in this particular story, they are a symbolic representation of a particular type of human challenge.

The statue of Dagon fell on its face and was destroyed in front of the Ark of the Covenant, which held the Ten Commandments. This is an illustration of the power of the Lord’s Divine Word. A person’s faith cannot only be a belief in the Lord’s Word, or just an intellectual acknowledgement of His Commandments. It is a function of a life led based on these commandments. Belief without a good life, faith without charity, is destructive- on an individual level and a collective level. We see this symbolically represented in the destruction of the statue of Dagon.

The ways in which the statue was destroyed are symbolic, and speak to this message of faith separate from charity. For example, hands generally symbolize power, and the ability to put things into action, whether they be good or bad (see Arcana Coelestia 878). The hands were cut off of the statue of Dagon, perhaps representing that this false idol represents faith without action, or charity.

This further drives home the message that faith and charity must go together, to preserve an individual’s covenant with the Lord.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 700

Apocalypse Revealed 529

Divine Providence 326

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 23


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Doctrine of Life 59

Doctrine of Faith 52

真实的基督教 71, 284, 614, 630, 691


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Spiritual Experiences 2472

Marriage 71

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