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1 Les enfants d'Israël partirent, et ils campèrent dans les plaines de Moab, au delà du Jourdain, vis-à-vis de Jéricho.

2 Balak, fils de Tsippor, vit tout ce qu'Israël avait fait aux Amoréens.

3 Et Moab fut très effrayé en face d'un peuple aussi nombreux, il fut saisi de terreur en face des enfants d'Israël.

4 Moab dit aux anciens de Madian: Cette multitude va dévorer tout ce qui nous entoure, comme le boeuf broute la verdure des champs. Balak, fils de Tsippor, était alors roi de Moab.

5 Il envoya des messagers auprès de Balaam, fils de Beor, à Pethor sur le fleuve, dans le pays des fils de son peuple, afin de l'appeler et de lui dire: Voici, un peuple est sorti d'Egypte, il couvre la surface de la terre, et il habite vis-à-vis de moi.

6 Viens, je te prie, maudis-moi ce peuple, car il est plus puissant que moi; peut-être ainsi pourrai-je le battre et le chasserai-je du pays, car je sais que celui que tu bénis est béni, et que celui que tu maudis est maudit.

7 Les anciens de Moab et Les anciens de Madian partirent, ayant avec eux des présents pour le devin. Ils arrivèrent auprès de Balaam, et lui rapportèrent les paroles de Balak.

8 Balaam leur dit: Passez ici la nuit, et je vous donnerai réponse, d'après ce que l'Eternel me dira. Et les chefs de Moab restèrent chez Balaam.

9 Dieu vint à Balaam, et dit: Qui sont ces hommes que tu as chez toi?

10 Balaam répondit à Dieu: Balak, fils de Tsippor, roi de Moab, les a envoyés pour me dire:

11 Voici, un peuple est sorti d'Egypte, et il couvre la surface de la terre; viens donc, maudis-le; peut-être ainsi pourrai-je le combattre, et le chasserai-je.

12 Dieu dit à Balaam: Tu n'iras point avec eux; tu ne maudiras point ce peuple, car il est béni.

13 Balaam se leva le matin, et il dit aux chefs de Balak: Allez dans votre pays, car l'Eternel refuse de me laisser aller avec vous.

14 Et les princes de Moab se levèrent, retournèrent auprès de Balak, et dirent: Balaam a refusé de venir avec nous.

15 Balak envoya de nouveau des chefs en plus grand nombre et plus considérés que les précédents.

16 Ils arrivèrent auprès de Balaam, et lui dirent: Ainsi parle Balak, fils de Tsippor: Que l'on ne t'empêche donc pas de venir vers moi;

17 car je te rendrai beaucoup d'honneurs, et je ferai tout ce que tu me diras; viens, je te prie, maudis-moi ce peuple.

18 Balaam répondit et dit aux serviteurs de Balak: Quand Balak me donnerait sa maison pleine d'argent et d'or, je ne pourrais faire aucune chose, ni petite ni grande, contre l'ordre de l'Eternel, mon Dieu.

19 Maintenant, je vous prie, restez ici cette nuit, et je saurai ce que l'Eternel me dira encore.

20 Dieu vint à Balaam pendant la nuit, et lui dit: Puisque ces hommes sont venus pour t'appeler, lève-toi, va avec eux; mais tu feras ce que je te dirai.

21 Balaam se leva le matin, sella son ânesse, et partit avec les chefs de Moab.

22 La colère de Dieu s'enflamma, parce qu'il était parti; et l'ange de l'Eternel se plaça sur le chemin, pour lui résister. Balaam était monté sur son ânesse, et ses deux serviteurs étaient avec lui.

23 L'ânesse vit l'ange de l'Eternel qui se tenait sur le chemin, son épée nue dans la main; elle se détourna du chemin et alla dans les champs. Balaam frappa l'ânesse pour la ramener dans le chemin.

24 L'ange de l'Eternel se plaça dans un sentier entre les vignes; il y avait un mur de chaque côté.

25 L'ânesse vit l'ange de l'Eternel; elle se serra contre le mur, et pressa le pied de Balaam contre le mur. Balaam la frappa de nouveau.

26 L'ange de l'Eternel passa plus loin, et se plaça dans un lieu où il n'y avait point d'espace pour se détourner à droite ou à gauche.

27 L'ânesse vit l'ange de l'Eternel, et elle s'abattit sous Balaam. La colère de Balaam s'enflamma, et il frappa l'ânesse avec un bâton.

28 L'Eternel ouvrit la bouche de l'ânesse, et elle dit à Balaam: Que t'ai je fait, pour que tu m'aies frappée déjà trois fois?

29 Balaam répondit à l'ânesse: C'est parce que tu t'es moquée de moi; si j'avais une épée dans la main, je te tuerais à l'instant.

30 L'ânesse dit à Balaam: Ne suis-je pas ton ânesse, que tu as de tout temps montée jusqu'à ce jour? Ai-je l'habitude de te faire ainsi? Et il répondit: Non.

31 L'Eternel ouvrit les yeux de Balaam, et Balaam vit l'ange de L'Eternel qui se tenait sur le chemin, son épée nue dans la main; et il s'inclina, et se prosterna sur son visage.

32 L'ange de l'Eternel lui dit: Pourquoi as-tu frappé ton ânesse déjà trois fois? Voici, je suis sorti pour te résister, car c'est un chemin de perdition qui est devant moi.

33 L'ânesse m'a vu, et elle s'est détournée devant moi déjà trois fois; si elle ne se fût pas détournée de moi, je t'aurais même tué, et je lui aurais laissé la vie.

34 Balaam dit à l'ange de l'Eternel: J'ai péché, car je ne savais pas que tu te fusses placé au-devant de moi sur le chemin; et maintenant, si tu me désapprouves, je m'en retournerai.

35 L'ange de l'Eternel dit à Balaam: Va avec ces hommes; mais tu ne feras que répéter les paroles que je te dirai. Et Balaam alla avec les chefs de Balak.

36 Balak apprit que Balaam arrivait, et il sortit à sa rencontre jusqu'à la ville de Moab qui est sur la limite de l'Arnon, à l'extrême frontière.

37 Balak dit à Balaam: N'ai-je pas envoyé auprès de toi pour t'appeler? Pourquoi n'es-tu pas venu vers moi? Ne puis-je donc pas te traiter avec honneur?

38 Balaam dit à Balak: Voici, je suis venu vers toi; maintenant, me sera-t-il permis de dire quoi que ce soit? Je dirai les paroles que Dieu mettra dans ma bouche.

39 Balaam alla avec Balak, et ils arrivèrent à Kirjath-Hutsoth.

40 Balak sacrifia des boeufs et des brebis, et il en envoya à Balaam et aux chefs qui étaient avec lui.

41 Le matin, Balak prit Balaam, et le fit monter à Bamoth-Baal, d'où Balaam vit une partie du peuple.

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Explanation of Numbers 22      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. The man of the church comes into a state of the adulteration of good externally.

Verses 2-4. But those who are internally in such a state fear genuine spiritual truths.

Verses 5-7. And hence they consult falsity derived from evil, which interprets the Word from selfish love.

Verses 8-14. The false teacher, however, is forbidden to cause aversion from the Lord in the truly spiritual man, and, outwardly, he is constrained to submit.

Verses 15-21. But he is now more strongly tempted by evil, inwardly desiring to comply with its promptings, notwithstanding his knowledge of the truth; and hence he is permitted to go forward in the path of error.

Verse 22. And yet Divine Truth is really opposed to him, while, by means of his rational powers he endeavours to carry out his purposes.

Verse 23. But even natural reason recognizes Divine Truth, and is afraid of it, being thereby diverted from error and urgent for the cultivation of good, while evil is persistent, and therefore injures the Rational.

Verses 24-25. Again, the progress of error is impeded by the opposition of the truth in an accommodated form, yet still the false teacher persists, the natural affections are injured, and the Rational is further perverted.

Verses 26-35. And, thirdly, Divine Truth opposes error in the state where falsity is confirmed, and the Rational is therefore prostrated, but still has power to speak, from the Lord, convincing truths; and reproof from Divine Truth Itself follows, producing repentance, but only outwardly.

Verses 36-41.And therefore the false teacher is permitted to continue his career and to come into communication with adulterated good.

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Arcanes Célestes 4290


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Arcana Coelestia 1343, 1992, 2799, 3242, 3858, 7097

L’Apocalypse Révélée 114

Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture 101

True Christian Religion 264


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plaines
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Jourdain
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Jéricho
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nous
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des champs
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champs
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Roi
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messagers
'A messenger' signifies communication.

Balaam
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fleuve
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Pays
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des fils
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dire
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Egypte
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Terre
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habite
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Puissant
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béni
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bénis
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les anciens
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partirent
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Dieu
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les princes
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venir
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Argent
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d'or
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or
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colère
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vignes
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côté
'Side' signifies good or spiritual love.

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passa
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sous
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bouche
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trois fois
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frappé
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vu
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rencontre
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limite
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frontière
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envoyé
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Honneur
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venu
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brebis
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