Numre 11

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1 Men Folket knurrede højlydt for HE EN over deres usle Kår; og da HE EN hørte det, blussede hans Vrede op, og HE ENs Ild brød løs iblandt dem og åd om sig i den yderste Del af Lejren.

2 Da råbte Folket til Moses, og Moses gik i Forbøn hos HE EN. Så dæmpedes Ilden.

3 Derfor kaldte man dette Sted Tabera, fordi HE ENs Ild brød løs iblandt dem.

4 Men den sammenløbne Hob, som fandtes iblandt dem, blev lysten. Så tog også Israeliterne til at græde igen, og de sagde: "Kunde vi dog få Kød at spise!

5 Vi mindes Fiskene, vi fik at spise for intet i Ægypten, og Agurkerne, Vandmelonerne, Porrerne, Hvidløgene og Skalotterne,

6 og nu vansmægter vi; her er hverken det ene eller det andet, vi ser aldrig andet end Manna."

7 Mannaen lignede Horianderfrø og så ud som Bellium.

8 Folket gik rundt og sankede den op; derpå malede de den i Håndkværne eller stødte den i Mortere; så kogte de den i Gryder og lavede Kager deraf; den smagte da som Bagværk tillavet i Olie.

9 Når Duggen om Natten faldt over Lejren, faldt også Mannaen ned over den.

10 Og Moses hørte, hvorledes alle Folkets Slægter græd, enhver ved Indgangen til sit Telt; da blussede HE ENs Vrede voldsomt op, og det vakte også Moses's Mishag.

11 Da sagde Moses til HE EN: "Hvorfor har du handlet så ilde med din Tjener, og hvorfor har jeg ikke fundet Nåde for dine Øjne, siden du har lagt hele dette Folk som en Byrde på mig?

12 Mon det er mig, der har undfanget hele dette Folk, mon det er mig, der har født det, siden du forlanger, at jeg i min Favn skal bære det hen til det Land, du tilsvor dets Fædre, som en Fosterfader bærer det diende Barn?

13 Hvor skal jeg gå hen og skaffe hele dette Folk Kød? Thi de græder rundt om mig og siger: Skaf os Kød at spise?

14 Jeg kan ikke ene bære hele dette Folk, det er mig for tungt.

15 Hvis du vil handle således med mig, så dræb mig hellere, om jeg har fundet Nåde for dine Øjne, så at jeg ikke skal være nødt til at opleve sådan Elendighed!"

16 HE EN svarede Moses: "Kald mig halvfjerdsindstyve af Israels Ældste sammen, Mænd, som du ved hører til Folkets Ældste og Tilsynsmænd, før dem hen til Åbenbaringsteltet og lad dem stille sig op hos dig der.

17 Så vil jeg stige ned og tale med dig der, og jeg vil tage noget af den Ånd, der er over dig, og lade den komme over dem, for at de kan hjælpe dig med at bære Folkets Byrde, så du ikke ene skal bære den.

18 Men til Folket skal du sige: Helliger eder til i Morgen, så skal I få Kød at spise! I har jo grædt højlydt for HE EN og sagt: Kunde vi dog få Kød at spise! Vi havde det jo bedre i Ægypten! Derfor vil HE EN give eder Kød at spise;

19 og ikke blot een eller to eller fem eller ti eller tyve Dage skal I spise det,

20 men en hel Måned igennem, indtil det står eder ud af Næsen, og I væmmes derved, fordi I har ringeagtet HE EN, der er i eders Midte, og grædt for hans Åsyn og sagt: Hvorfor drog vi dog ud af Ægypten!"

21 Moses svarede: "600000 Fodfolk tæller det Folk, jeg bar om mig, og du siger: Jeg vil skaffe dem Kød, så de har nok at spise en hel Måned!

22 Kan der slagtes så meget Småkvæg og Hornkvæg til dem, at det kan slå til, eller kan alle Fisk i Havet samles sammen til dem, så det kan slå til?"

23 HE EN svarede Moses: "Er HE ENs Arm for kort? Nu skal du få at se, om mit Ord går i Opfyldelse for dig eller ej."

24 Da gik Moses ud og kundgjorde Folket HE ENs Ord. Og han samlede halvfjerdsindstyve af Folkets Ældste og lod dem stille sig rundt om Teltet.

25 Så steg HE EN ned i Skyen og talede til ham; og han tog noget af den Ånd, der var over ham, og lod den komme over de halvfjerdsindstyve Ældste, og da Ånden hvilede over dem, kom de i profetisk Henrykkelse noget, som ikke siden hændtes dem.

26 Imidlertid var to Mænd blevet tilbage i Lejren, den ene hed Eldad, den anden Medad. Også over dem kom Ånden, thi de hørte til dem, der var optegnede, men de var ikke gået ud til Teltet, og nu kom de i profetisk Henrykkelse inde i Lejren.

27 Da løb en ung Mand ud og fortalte Moses det og sagde: "Eldad og Medad er kommet i profetisk Henrykkelse inde i Lejren."

28 Josua, Nuns Søn, der fra sin Ungdom af havde gået Moses til Hånde, sagde da: "Min Herre Moses, stands dem i det!"

29 Men Moses sagde til ham: "Er du skinsyg på mine Vegne? Gid alt HE ENs Folk var Profeter, gid HE EN vilde lade sin Ånd komme over dem!"

30 Derpå trak Moses sig tilbage til Lejren med Israels Ældste.

31 Da rejste der sig på HE ENs Bud en Vind, som førte Vagtler med sig fra Havet og drev dem hen over Lejren så langt som en Dagsrejse på begge Sider af Lejren i en Højde af et Par Alen over Jorden.

32 Så gav Folket sig hele den Dag, hele Natten og hele den næste Dag til at samle Vagtlerne op; det mindste, nogen samlede, var ti Homer. Og de bredte dem ud til Tørring rundt om Lejren.

33 Medens Kødet endnu var imellem Tænderne på dem, før det endnu var spist, blussede HE ENs Vrede op imod Folket, og HE EN lod en meget hård Straf ramme Folket.

34 Og man kaldte Stedet Kibrot Hattåva, thi der blev de lystne Folk jordet.

35 Fra Kibrot-Hattåva drog Folket til Hazerot, og de gjorde Holdt i Hazerot.

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Explanation of Numbers 11      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. A state of temptation is described, causing aversion from the Lord, and the predominance of lusts in the external man; but intercession is made and deliverance follows.

Verses 4-6 and 10-15. Another state of temptation succeeds, in which there is a desire, externally, to return into the delights of the merely natural man, and a want of confidence in the Lord internally, resulting in a state of despair.

Verses 7-9. The good of truth is described, with which, in the temptation, the man of the church is disgusted.

Verses 16-18. Concerning the orderly arrangement of truths by the Lord, revelation, the conjunction of truth with good, and the appropriation of good.

Verses 19-23. But the corrupted man desires only natural delights; while the truly spiritual man is in doubt and distress, and consequently receives consolation.

Verses 24-30. And now, therefore, a new arrangement of truths actually occurs, and consequently revelation, and the power to teach.

Verses 31-35. Besides which, there is an abundant supply of natural delight, which, with the true man of the church, is good legitimately appropriated; but the wicked pervert this good by application to lusts, and, therefore, suffer the destruction of remains, and total vastation. But the good experience a change of state, coming into peace and tranquillity in externals.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8452


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 574, 999, 3579, 3814, 4236, 5215, 6524, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 489, 599, 657, 862


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 146, 504, 513, 750, 1082

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 22

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fundet
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havet
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