Exodus 7

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1 Ja Issand ütles Moosesele: 'Vaata, ma panen sind vaaraole jumalaks ja su vend Aaron olgu sulle prohvetiks.

2 Sina räägi kõik, mida ma sind käsin, ja su vend Aaron rääkigu vaaraole, et ta laseks Iisraeli lapsed oma maalt ära minna.

3 Aga mina teen kõvaks vaarao südame ja teen palju imetegusid ja tunnustähti Egiptusemaal.

4 Vaarao ei kuula teid, aga mina panen oma käe Egiptuse vastu ja viin oma väehulgad, oma rahva, Iisraeli lapsed Egiptusemaalt välja suurte nuhtluste abil.

5 Ja Egiptus peab tundma, et mina olen Issand, kui ma sirutan oma käe Egiptuse kohale ja viin Iisraeli lapsed nende keskelt välja!'

6 Ja Mooses ja Aaron tegid nõnda; nagu Issand neid oli käskinud, nõnda nad tegid.

7 Mooses oli kaheksakümmend aastat vana ja Aaron oli kaheksakümmend kolm aastat vana, kui nad vaaraoga rääkisid.

8 Ja Issand rääkis Moosese ja Aaroniga, öeldes:

9 'Kui vaarao räägib teiega ja ütleb: Tehke mõni tunnustäht!, siis ütle Aaronile: Võta oma kepp ja viska vaarao ette, siis see muutub maoks!'

10 Siis Mooses ja Aaron läksid vaarao juurde ja tegid nõnda, nagu Issand oli käskinud. Aaron viskas oma kepi vaarao ja ta sulaste ette ja see muutus maoks.

11 Aga vaaraogi kutsus targad ja nõiad, ja Egiptuse võlurid tegid oma salakunstidega ka sedasama:

12 igaüks neist viskas oma kepi maha ja need muutusid madudeks; aga Aaroni kepp neelas nende kepid ära.

13 Ja vaarao süda jäi kõvaks ja ta ei kuulanud neid, nagu Issand oli öelnud.

14 Siis Issand ütles Moosesele: 'Vaarao süda on kalk, ta keeldub rahvast ära laskmast.

15 Mine hommikul vaarao juurde, kui ta läheb vee äärde, ja astu temale vastu Niiluse jõe ääres. Võta kätte kepp, mis muutus maoks,

16 ja ütle temale: Issand, heebrealaste Jumal, on mind läkitanud sinu juurde, et ma ütleksin: Lase mu rahvas minna ja mind kõrbes teenida! Aga vaata, sa ei ole senini kuulda võtnud.

17 Seepärast ütleb Issand nõnda: Sellest sa tunned, et mina olen Issand: vaata, ma löön kepiga, mis mul käes on, jõe vett, ja see muutub vereks.

18 Kalad jões surevad ja jõgi hakkab haisema, nõnda et egiptlased jõest vett juues tunnevad tülgastust.'

19 Ja Issand ütles Moosesele: 'Ütle Aaronile: Võta oma kepp ja siruta käsi egiptlaste vete kohale, nende jõgede, kanalite, tiikide ja kõigi veekogude kohale, et need muutuksid vereks. Siis on kogu Egiptusemaal veri, niihästi puu- kui kiviastjais.'

20 Ja Mooses ja Aaron tegid nõnda, nagu Issand oli käskinud. Ta tõstis kepi üles ning lõi Niiluse jõe vett vaarao ja ta sulaste silma ees, ja kõik vesi jões muutus vereks.

21 Ja kalad jões surid, jõgi haises ja egiptlased ei saanud jõest vett juua; ja veri oli kogu Egiptusemaal.

22 Aga Egiptuse võlurid tegid oma salakunstidega sedasama. Ja vaarao süda jäi kõvaks ning ta ei kuulanud neid, nagu Issand oli öelnud.

23 Ja vaarao pöördus ümber ning läks oma kotta ega võtnud ka seda südamesse.

24 Aga kõik egiptlased kaevasid Niiluse jõe ümbruses joogivett otsides, sest nad ei saanud jõe vett juua.

25 Möödus seitse päeva Niiluse jõe löömisest Issanda poolt.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Exodus 7      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 7264. The subject treated of in the internal sense in what follows is the vastation, and at last the damnation, of those who are in falsities and evils. The process of their devastation is described by the eleven plagues brought on the Egyptians and their land.

Arcana Coelestia 7265. In this chapter the subject treated of in the internal sense is the first three degrees of vastation. The first, which is that mere fallacies began to reign with them, whence came falsities, is described by the serpent into which the rod of Aaron was turned. The second, which is that truths themselves became falsities with them, and that falsities became truths, is described by the blood into which the waters were turned. The third degree, which is that from falsities they reasoned against the truths and goods of the church, is described by the frogs out of the river.

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Exploring the Meaning of Exodus 7      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 7264. The subject treated of in the internal sense in what follows is the vastation, and at last the damnation, of those who are in falsities and evils. The process of their devastation is described by the eleven plagues brought on the Egyptians and their land.

Arcana Coelestia 7265. In this chapter the subject treated of in the internal sense is the first three degrees of vastation. The first, which is that mere fallacies began to reign with them, whence came falsities, is described by the serpent into which the rod of Aaron was turned. The second, which is that truths themselves became falsities with them, and that falsities became truths, is described by the blood into which the waters were turned. The third degree, which is that from falsities they reasoned against the truths and goods of the church, is described by the frogs out of the river.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 7264, 7265, 7266, 7267, 7268, 7269, 7270, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 503


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 300, 1343, 2534, 2959, 3448, 3762, 4735, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 8, 379, 405, 485, 598, 862

True Christian Religion 635


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 513, 518, 573, 581, 624, 654, 706, ...

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