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1 Après cela le peuple partit de Hatséroth, et ils campèrent au désert de Paran.

2 Et l'Eternel parla à Moïse, en disant :

3 Envoie des hommes pour reconnaître le pays de Canaan, que je donne aux enfants d'Israël. Vous enverrez un homme de chaque Tribu de leurs pères, tous des principaux d'entr'eux.

4 Moïse donc les envoya du désert de Paran, selon le commandement de l'Eternel; et tous ces hommes étaient chefs des enfants d'Israël.

5 Et ce sont ici leurs noms : De la Tribu de Ruben, Sammuah, fils de Zaccur.

6 De la Tribu de Siméon, Saphat, fils de Hori.

7 De la Tribu de Juda, Caleb, fils de Jéphunné.

8 De la Tribu d'Issacar, Jigueal, fils de Joseph.

9 De la Tribu d'Ephraïm, Osée, fils de Nun.

10 De la Tribu de Benjamin, Palti, fils de Raphu.

11 De la Tribu de Zabulon, Gaddiel, fils de Sodi.

12 De l'autre Tribu de Joseph, [savoir] de la Tribu de Manassé, Gaddi, fils de Susi.

13 De la Tribu de Dan, Hammiel, fils de Guemalli.

14 De la Tribu d'Aser, Séthur, fils de Micaël.

15 De la Tribu de Nephthali, Nahbi, fils de Vaphsi.

16 De la Tribu de Gad, Guéuel, fils de Maki.

17 Ce [sont] là les noms des hommes que Moïse envoya pour reconnaître le pays. Or Moïse avait nommé Osée, fils de Nun, Josué.

18 Moïse donc les envoya pour reconnaître le pays de Canaan, et il leur dit : Montez de ce côté vers le Midi, puis vous monterez sur la montagne.

19 Et vous verrez quel est ce pays-là, et quel est le peuple qui l'habite, s'il est fort, ou faible; s'il est en petit ou en grand nombre.

20 Et quel est le pays où il habite, s'il est bon ou mauvais; et quelles [sont] les villes dans lesquelles il habite, si c'est dans des tentes, ou dans des villes closes.

21 Et quel est le terroir, s'il est gras ou maigre, s'il y a des arbres, ou non. Ayez bon courage, et prenez du fruit du pays. Or c'était alors le temps des premiers raisins.

22 Etant donc partis, ils examinèrent le pays, depuis le désert de Tsin jusqu'à Réhob, à l'entrée de Hamath.

23 Ils montèrent donc vers le Midi, et vinrent jusqu'à Hébron, où étaient Ahiman, Sésaï, et Talmaï, issus de Hanak. Or Hébron avait été bâtie sept ans avant Tsohan d'Egypte.

24 Et ils vinrent jusqu'au torrent d'Escol, et coupèrent de là un sarment de vigne, avec une grappe de raisins; et ils étaient deux à le porter avec un levier. Ils apportèrent aussi des grenades et des figues.

25 Et on appela ce lieu-là Nahal-Escol; à l'occasion de la grappe que les enfants d'Israël y coupèrent.

26 Et au bout de quarante jours ils furent de retour du pays qu'ils étaient allés reconnaître.

27 Et étant arrivés, ils vinrent vers Moïse et Aaron, et vers toute l'assemblée des enfants d'Israël, au désert de Padan en Kadès; et leur ayant fait leur rapport, et à toute l'assemblée, ils leur montrèrent du fruit du pays.

28 Ils firent donc leur rapport à Moïse, et lui dirent : Nous avons été au pays où tu Nous avais envoyés; et véritablement c'est un pays découlant de lait et de miel, et c'est ici de son fruit.

29 Il y a seulement ceci, que le peuple qui habite au pays est robuste, et les villes sont closes, [et] fort grandes; nous y avons vu aussi les enfants de Hanak.

30 Les Hamalécites habitent au pays du Midi; et les Héthiens, les Jébusiens, et les Amorrhéens habitent en la montagne; et les Cananéens habitent le long de la mer, et vers le rivage du Jourdain.

31 Alors Caleb fit taire le peuple devant Moïse, et dit : Montons hardiment, et possédons ce pays-là, car certainement nous y serons les plus forts.

32 Mais les hommes qui étaient montés avec lui, dirent : Nous ne saurions monter contre ce peuple-là, car il est plus fort que nous.

33 Et ils décrièrent devant les enfants d'Israël le pays qu'ils avaient examiné, en disant : Le pays par lequel nous sommes passés pour le reconnaître [est] un pays qui consume ses habitants, et tous le peuple que nous y avons vus, sont des gens de grande stature.

34 Nous y avons vu aussi des géants, des enfants de Hanak, de la race des géants; et nous ne paraissions auprès d'eux que comme des sauterelles.

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Explanation of Numbers 13      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. On self-examination, by means of truths, and by means of Divine light from the Lord's Divine Human, of the inmost of his life by man.

Verses 4-16. Concerning the general truths by which this examination is effected.

Verses 17-21. The extension of it is from where truth and good are in obscurity and coldness through the multiplication of truths advancing to a zealous state of natural good and its truths confirmed in ultimates.

Verses 22-25. It leads, also, by means of interior light and perception to the discovery of persuasions of falsity from the pride of selfish love, as well as to the perception of charity in its general form of natural truth and natural good, involving a complete state of trial and temptation.

Verses 26-33. The effect of this examination, through instruction, upon the evil and upon the good.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanes Célestes 567, 581, 1444, 1673, 1676, 1678, 1679, ...

L’Apocalypse Révélée 349, 424, 623


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 403, 431, 543, 619, 865, 918

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homme
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d'Israël
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Israël
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un
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tribu
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pères
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Jourdain
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