Genezo 20

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1 Kaj Abraham ekmigris de tie al la lando suda, kaj li eklogxis inter Kadesx kaj SXur; kaj li logxis kiel fremdulo en Gerar.

2 Kaj Abraham diris pri sia edzino Sara: SXi estas mia fratino. Kaj Abimelehx, regxo de Gerar, sendis kaj prenis Saran.

3 Kaj Dio venis al Abimelehx nokte en la songxo, kaj diris al li: Vi mortos pro la virino, kiun vi prenis, cxar sxi estas edzino de edzo.

4 Sed Abimelehx ne alproksimigxis al sxi, kaj li diris: Mia Sinjoro! cxu vi mortigos ankaux senkulpan popolon?

5 Li diris ja al mi: SXi estas mia fratino; kaj sxi ankaux diris al mi: Li estas mia frato. En senkulpeco de mia koro kaj en pureco de miaj manoj mi faris tion.

6 Kaj Dio diris al li en la songxo: Mi ankaux scias, ke en senkulpeco de via koro vi tion faris, kaj tial Mi detenis vin, ke vi ne peku kontraux Mi, tial Mi ne lasis, ke vi kuntusxigxu kun sxi.

7 Kaj nun redonu la edzinon al la edzo, cxar li estas profeto, kaj li pregxos pri vi, kaj vi restos viva; sed se vi ne redonos, tiam sciu, ke vi mortos, vi kaj cxiuj viaj.

8 Kaj Abimelehx levigxis frue matene, kaj li vokis cxiujn siajn sklavojn kaj rakontis cxion cxi tion al iliaj oreloj; kaj la homoj tre ektimis.

9 Kaj Abimelehx vokis Abrahamon, kaj diris al li: Kion vi faris al ni? kaj per kio mi pekis antaux vi, ke vi venigis sur min kaj sur mian regnon grandan pekon? aferojn, kiuj ne estas farataj, vi faris kontraux mi.

10 Kaj Abimelehx diris al Abraham: Kion vi vidis, kiam vi faris tiun aferon?

11 Kaj Abraham diris: Mi pensis, ke ne ekzistas timo antaux Dio en cxi tiu loko, kaj ke oni mortigos min pro mia edzino.

12 Kaj efektive sxi estas mia fratino, filino de mia patro, nur ne filino de mia patrino; kaj sxi farigxis mia edzino.

13 Kaj kiam Dio elmigrigis min el la domo de mia patro, mi diris al sxi: Faru al mi cxi tiun komplezon, en kian ajn lokon ni venos, diru pri mi: Li estas mia frato.

14 Kaj Abimelehx prenis sxafojn kaj bovojn kaj sklavojn kaj sklavinojn kaj donis al Abraham, kaj li redonis al li lian edzinon Sara.

15 Kaj Abimelehx diris: Jen mia lando estas antaux vi; kie placxas al vi, tie logxigxu.

16 Kaj al Sara li diris: Jen mi donis mil argxentajn monerojn al via frato; tio estu al vi kovro por la okuloj antaux cxiuj, kiuj estas kun vi, kaj antaux cxiuj vi estas pravigita.

17 Kaj Abraham ekpregxis al Dio; kaj Dio sanigis Abimelehxon kaj lian edzinon kaj liajn sklavinojn, kaj ili komencis naski.

18 CXar la Eternulo estis sxlosinta cxiujn uterojn en la domo de Abimelehx pro Sara, la edzino de Abraham.


Exploring the Meaning of Genezo 20      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

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

AC 2496. In the twelfth chapter above, Abraham‘s sojourning in Egypt has been treated of; by which was signified the Lord’s instruction in memory-knowledges while still a boy. In this chapter the subject treated of is Abraham‘s sojourn in Gerar, where Abimelech was; by which the Lord’s instruction is in like manner signified, but in the doctrinal things of charity and faith. The subject that is especially treated of here is the doctrine of charity and faith in respect to its origin; namely, that it is spiritual from a celestial origin, but is not from the rational.

AC 2497. The Lord‘s state in which He was when He first instructed Himself in the doctrinal things of charity and faith is treated of; the state itself is signified by "Kadesh and Shur;" the doctrine of faith by "Abimelech king of Gerar" (verses 1, 2). That He at first thought in regard to the rational that it should be consulted (verse 2). That still it was not consulted (verses 3, 4, 8, 9). The reasons why He so thought (verses 5, 6, 10-13). That the doctrine of charity and faith is spiritual from a celestial origin (verse 7). That He was so instructed; and that then all things rational, as well as all memory-knowledges, were of service to Him, being like a covering or garment (verses 14-16). And in this way the doctrine was perfect (verse 17). That it would have been otherwise if the doctrine had come from the rational (verse 18).

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 20      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

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

AC 2496. In the twelfth chapter above, Abraham‘s sojourning in Egypt has been treated of; by which was signified the Lord’s instruction in memory-knowledges while still a boy. In this chapter the subject treated of is Abraham‘s sojourn in Gerar, where Abimelech was; by which the Lord’s instruction is in like manner signified, but in the doctrinal things of charity and faith. The subject that is especially treated of here is the doctrine of charity and faith in respect to its origin; namely, that it is spiritual from a celestial origin, but is not from the rational.

AC 2497. The Lord‘s state in which He was when He first instructed Himself in the doctrinal things of charity and faith is treated of; the state itself is signified by "Kadesh and Shur;" the doctrine of faith by "Abimelech king of Gerar" (verses 1, 2). That He at first thought in regard to the rational that it should be consulted (verse 2). That still it was not consulted (verses 3, 4, 8, 9). The reasons why He so thought (verses 5, 6, 10-13). That the doctrine of charity and faith is spiritual from a celestial origin (verse 7). That He was so instructed; and that then all things rational, as well as all memory-knowledges, were of service to Him, being like a covering or garment (verses 14-16). And in this way the doctrine was perfect (verse 17). That it would have been otherwise if the doctrine had come from the rational (verse 18).

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1197, 1502, 2496, 2497, 2499, 2500, 2501, ...


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1209, 2552, 2553, 2554, 2559, 2560, 2561, ...

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