Postanak 13

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1 Iz Egipta Abram ode gore u Negeb sa svojom ženom i sa svime što je imao. I Lot bješe s njim.

2 Abram je bio veoma bogat stokom, srebrom i zlatom.

3 Od postaje do postaje iz Negeba išao je do Betela,

4 do mjesta na kojem je bio postavio šator, između Betela i Aja, gdje je prije podigao žrtvenik. Tu je Abram zazivao ime Jahvino.

5 I Lot, koji iđaše s Abramom, imaše ovaca, goveda i šatora,

6 tako da ih kraj ne bi izdržavao kad bi zajedno ostali. Njihovo je blago bilo veliko, te zajedno nisu mogli boraviti.

7 Svađa je nastajala između pastira stoke Abramove i pastira stoke Lotove. Tada su zemlju nastavali Kanaanci i Perižani.

8 Zato Abram reče Lotu: "Neka ne bude svađe između mene i tebe, između pastira mojih i tvojih - tÓa mi smo braća!

9 Nije li sva zemlja pred tobom? Odvoji se od mene! Kreneš li ti nalijevo, ja ću nadesno; ako ćeš ti nadesno, ja ću nalijevo."

10 Lot podiže oči i vidje kako je dobro posvuda natapana sva Jordanska dolina, kao kakav vrt Jahvin, kao zemlja egipatska prema Soaru. - Bilo je to prije nego što je Jahve uništio Sodomu i Gomoru. -

11 Lot izabere za se svu Jordansku dolinu i ode na istok. Tako se odijele jedan od drugoga.

12 Abram ostade u kanaanskoj zemlji, dok je Lot živio po mjestima u dolini i razapeo svoje šatore do Sodome.

13 A žitelji Sodome bijahu veoma opaki, sami grešnici protiv Jahve.

14 Jahve reče Abramu, pošto se Lot od njega rastao: "Oči svoje podigni i s mjesta na kojem si pogledaj prema sjeveru, jugu, istoku i zapadu;

15 jer svu zemlju što je možeš vidjeti dat ću tebi i tvome potomstvu zauvijek.

16 Potomstvo ću tvoje učiniti kao prah na zemlji. Ako tko mogne prebrojiti prah zemlje, i tvoje će potomstvo moći prebrojiti.

17 Na noge! Prođi zemljom uzduž i poprijeko jer ću je tebi predati."

18 Abram digne šatore i dođe pa se naseli kod hrasta Mamre, što je u Hebronu. Ondje podigne žrtvenik Jahvi.


Exploring the Meaning of Postanak 13      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 1535. This chapter treats of the external man in the Lord which was to be conjoined with His internal man. The external man is the Human Essence, the internal is the Divine essence. The former is here represented by Lot, but the latter by Abram.

AC 1536. There is here described the state of the external man such as it was in childhood, when first imbued with knowledges (scientifica et cognitiones)--that it thence advanced more and more to conjunction with the internal man (verses 1 to 4).

AC 1537. But that there were still many things in His external man that impeded the conjunction (verses 5 to 7); from which, however, He desired to be separated (verses 8, 9).

AC 1538. That the external man appeared to the Lord such as it is in its beauty when conjoined with the internal; and also such as it is when not conjoined (verses 10 to 13).)

AC 1539. A promise that when the external man was conjoined with the internal, that is, when the Lord‘s Human Essence "as conjoined with His Divine Essence, all power and authority (potestas) should be given to Him (verses 14 to 17). Concerning the Lord’s interior perception (verse 18).

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 13      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 1535. This chapter treats of the external man in the Lord which was to be conjoined with His internal man. The external man is the Human Essence, the internal is the Divine essence. The former is here represented by Lot, but the latter by Abram.

AC 1536. There is here described the state of the external man such as it was in childhood, when first imbued with knowledges (scientifica et cognitiones)--that it thence advanced more and more to conjunction with the internal man (verses 1 to 4).

AC 1537. But that there were still many things in His external man that impeded the conjunction (verses 5 to 7); from which, however, He desired to be separated (verses 8, 9).

AC 1538. That the external man appeared to the Lord such as it is in its beauty when conjoined with the internal; and also such as it is when not conjoined (verses 10 to 13).)

AC 1539. A promise that when the external man was conjoined with the internal, that is, when the Lord‘s Human Essence "as conjoined with His Divine Essence, all power and authority (potestas) should be given to Him (verses 14 to 17). Concerning the Lord’s interior perception (verse 18).

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1535, 1536, 1537, 1538, 1539, 1541, 1542, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 414, 415


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 440, 1025, 1453, 1540, 1680, 2909, 2970, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 503

True Christian Religion 635


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 600, 654, 768

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 41

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