Genesis 13

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1 Ja Aabram läks Egiptusest üles Lõunamaale, tema ja ta naine ja kõik, mis tal oli; ja Lott oli koos temaga.

2 Ja Aabram oli väga rikas karja, hõbeda ja kulla poolest.

3 Ja ta rändas peatuspaigast teise, Lõunamaalt Peeteli poole, sinna paika, kus ta telk enne oli olnud, Peeteli ja Ai vahel,

4 altari paika, mille ta varem sinna oli teinud; ja Aabram hüüdis seal appi Issanda nime.

5 Aga ka Lotil, kes rändas koos Aabramiga, oli lambaid ja kitsi, veiseid ja telke.

6 Kuid maa ei suutnud neid toita, et üheskoos elada, sest nende varandus oli nii suur, et neil oli võimatu üheskoos elada.

7 Ja Aabrami loomade karjaste ja Loti loomade karjaste vahel tekkis riid; kaananlased ja perislased elasid siis veel sellel maal.

8 Siis Aabram ütles Lotile: 'Ärgu olgu riidu minu ja sinu vahel, minu karjaste ja sinu karjaste vahel. Meie, mehed, oleme ju vennad!

9 Eks ole kogu maa su ees lahti? Mine nüüd minu juurest ära, lähed sina vasakut kätt, lähen mina paremat kätt; lähed sina paremat kätt, lähen mina vasakut kätt.'

10 Siis Lott tõstis oma silmad üles ja nägi, et kogu Jordani piirkond oli kõikjal veerikas; enne kui Issand Soodoma ja Gomorra hävitas, oli see kuni Soarini otsekui Issanda rohuaed, samasugune nagu Egiptusemaa.

11 Ja Lott valis enesele kogu Jordani piirkonna; Lott läks teele hommiku poole ja nad lahkusid teineteisest.

12 Aabram jäi Kaananimaale ja Lott asus piirkonna linnadesse ning lõi oma telgid üles Soodomani.

13 Aga Soodoma mehed olid väga pahad ja patused Issanda ees.

14 Ja Issand ütles Aabramile, pärast seda kui Lott tema juurest oli lahkunud: 'Tõsta nüüd oma silmad üles ja vaata paigast, kus sa oled, põhja ja lõuna ja hommiku ja õhtu poole,

15 sest kogu maa, mida sa näed, ma annan sinule ja su soole igaveseks ajaks!

16 Ja ma teen su soo maapõrmu sarnaseks: kui keegi suudab maapõrmu ära lugeda, siis on sinugi sugu äraloetav.

17 Võta kätte, käi maa läbi pikuti ja põiki, sest ma annan selle sinule!'

18 Ja Aabram võttis telgid ja tuli ning elas Mamre tammikus, mis on Hebroni juures; ja ta ehitas sinna altari Issandale.


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).

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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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