Nombroj 25

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1 Kaj Izrael logxis en SXitim, kaj la popolo komencis malcxastadi kun la filinoj de Moab.

2 Kaj ili invitadis la popolon al la oferoj de siaj dioj, kaj la popolo mangxadis kaj klinigxadis antaux iliaj dioj.

3 Kaj Izrael aligxis al Baal-Peor; kaj ekflamis la kolero de la Eternulo kontraux Izrael.

4 Kaj la Eternulo diris al Moseo:Prenu cxiujn estrojn de la popolo kaj pendigu ilin al la Eternulo kontraux la suno, kaj deturnigxos de Izrael la furiozo de la kolero de la Eternulo.

5 Kaj Moseo diris al la jugxistoj de Izrael:Mortigu cxiu siajn homojn, kiuj aligxis al Baal-Peor.

6 Kaj jen iu el la Izraelidoj venis kaj alkondukis al siaj fratoj Midjanidinon antaux la okuloj de Moseo kaj antaux la okuloj de la tuta komunumo de Izrael, dum ili ploris cxe la pordo de la tabernaklo de kunveno.

7 Kiam tion vidis Pinehxas, filo de Eleazar, la filo de la pastro Aaron, li levigxis el inter la komunumo kaj prenis ponardegon en sian manon.

8 Kaj li iris post la Izraelido en la dormejon, kaj trapikis ilin ambaux, la Izraelidon kaj la virinon tra sxia ventro; kaj tiam cxesigxis la punfrapado de la Izraelidoj.

9 Kaj la nombro de la mortintoj per la punfrapado estis dudek kvar mil.

10 Kaj la Eternulo ekparolis al Moseo, dirante:

11 Pinehxas, filo de Eleazar, la filo de la pastro Aaron, deturnis Mian koleregon de la Izraelidoj, cxar li fervoris pri Mi inter ili, kaj Mi ne ekstermis la Izraelidojn en Mia severeco.

12 Tial diru:Jen Mi donas al li Mian interligon pri paco;

13 kaj gxi estu por li kaj por lia idaro post li interligo de eterna pastreco, pro tio, ke li fervoris pri sia Dio kaj pekliberigis la Izraelidojn.

14 La nomo de la mortigita Izraelido, kiu estis mortigita kune kun la Midjanidino, estis Zimri, filo de Salu, cxefo de patrodomo el la Simeonidoj;

15 kaj la nomo de la mortigita Midjanidino estis Kozbi, filino de Cur, estro de la anoj de patrodomo en Midjan.

16 Kaj la Eternulo ekparolis al Moseo, dirante:

17 Estu malamikoj al la Midjanidoj kaj batu ilin;

18 cxar ili estas malamikoj al vi per sia insido, kiun ili faris al vi per Peor, kaj per Kozbi, la filino de la Midjana estro, ilia fratino mortigita en la tago de la punfrapado pro Peor.

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Explanation of Numbers 25      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-5. The man of the Spiritual Church, before being made perfect, claims merit to himself for his good deeds, and consequently worship is profaned by falsity; and revelation takes place that such worship and its falsifications must be destroyed.

Verses 6-9. For by such worship the church is not only in secret, but openly corrupted, except that those who are in good, and in a state of temptation, zealously destroy it in themselves, and thus completely.

Verses 10-13. Concerning the happy state, even to eternity, of those who are in celestial-natural good and thus overcome.

Verses 14-15. The quality of the wicked who thus profane good and truth is described, and involves separation from the church, a state of confirmation in evil and falsity externally, and of the violation of the heavenly marriage internally.

Verses 16-18. Wherefore the man of the church is instructed that he must persistently oppose the deceitful insinuations of all falsity from evil.


Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 141

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1038, 3242, 5044, 8286, 8998, 10652

Apocalypse Revealed 53, 114, 144

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 101

True Christian Religion 264

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 140, 144, 401, 555, 655, 746

Spiritual Experiences 1995

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