Genesis 33

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1 Kui Jaakob oma silmad üles tõstis ja vaatas, ennäe, siis tuli Eesav ja koos temaga nelisada meest. Ta jaotas nüüd lapsed Lea ja Raaheli ja mõlema teenija vahel,

2 seadis teenijad ja nende lapsed ette, Lea ja tema lapsed nende järele, Raaheli ja Joosepi viimaseiks.

3 Ta ise aga läks nende eel ja kummardas seitse korda maani, kuni ta jõudis oma venna juurde.

4 Aga Eesav jooksis temale vastu ja süleles teda, langes temale kaela ja suudles teda; ja nad nutsid.

5 Siis ta tõstis oma silmad üles ja nägi naisi ja lapsi, ja ta küsis: 'Kes need sul on?' Ja tema vastas: 'Need on lapsed, keda Jumal su sulasele armulikult on andnud.'

6 Ka teenijad astusid ligi, nemad ise ja nende lapsed, ja nad kummardasid.

7 Siis astus ligi ka Lea koos oma lastega ja nad kummardasid; lõppeks astusid ligi Joosep ja Raahel ja kummardasid.

8 Siis ta küsis: 'Mida sa kavatsed kogu selle leeriga, keda ma kohtasin?' Ja tema vastas: 'Oma isanda silmis armu leida!'

9 Aga Eesav ütles: 'Mul eneselgi on küllalt, mu vend. Jäägu sulle, mis sul on!'

10 Kuid Jaakob vastas: 'Sugugi mitte! Kui ma nüüd su silmis olen armu leidnud, siis võta mu kingitus minult vastu! Sest ma olen ju tohtinud näha su palet, otsekui näeks Jumala palet, ja sa oled olnud mu vastu lahke.

11 Võta nüüd minu tervituskink, mis sulle toodi, sest Jumal on olnud mu vastu armuline ja mul on kõike küllalt!' Ja ta käis temale peale, kuni ta võttis.

12 Siis ütles Eesav: 'Hakkame liikuma ja lähme, ja mina käin sinuga rinnu.'

13 Aga Jaakob vastas temale: 'Mu isand näeb ju, et lapsed on väetid ja minu hooleks on imetajad lambad ja lehmad; kui neid liiga kiiresti aetakse ühegi päeva, siis sureb kogu kari.

14 Mingu aga mu isand oma sulase eel ja mina liigun pikkamisi oma ees käiva karja kannul ja laste kannul, kuni ma jõuan oma isanda juurde Seiri.'

15 Eesav ütles: 'Ma jätan siis sinu juurde osa rahvast, kes koos minuga on.' Aga tema vastas: 'Mispärast nõnda? Kui ma ainult oma isanda silmis armu leiaksin!'

16 Ja Eesav läks selsamal päeval oma teed tagasi Seiri.

17 Aga Jaakob liikus Sukkotti, ehitas enesele koja ja tegi oma karjadele lehtkatused; seepärast pandi sellele paigale nimeks Sukkot.

18 Ja Jaakob jõudis Mesopotaamiast tulles õnnelikult Sekemi linna, mis on Kaananimaal, ja lõi linna ees leeri üles.

19 Ta ostis selle väljaosa, kuhu ta oma telgi oli üles löönud, Sekemi isa Hamori lastelt saja rahatüki eest.

20 Ja ta püstitas sinna altari ning pani sellele nimeks 'Jumal, Iisraeli Jumal'.

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Jaakob
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silmad
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tuli
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Eesav
Esau (Gen. 28:5, etc.) signifies the truth of good in the natural principle. Esau (Gen. 32:3) signifies celestial good in the natural principle.

seitse
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langes
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suudles
To kiss' signifies uniting or conjunction from affection. To kiss,' as in c, signifies initiation. 'To kiss' signifies conjunction and acknowledgment.

jumal
The Lord is love itself, expressed in the form of wisdom itself. Love, then, is His essence, His inmost. Wisdom - the loving understanding of...

Ligi
'Nigh' denotes truth in affinity with good.

Joosep
Joseph, Jacob’s eleventh son, is one of the favorite characters in the Bible, with his troubles, his triumphs over them, and his constant trust in...

Leida
To not to be found any more, signifies not to rise again.

ütles
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vend
Brethren (Gen. 27:29) signify the affections of good.

isand
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lambad
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päeva
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kari
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teed
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tagasi
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isa
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