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1 Or les enfants d'Israël, [savoir] toute l'assemblée, arrivèrent au désert de Tsin au premier mois; et le peuple demeura à Kadès, et Marie mourut là, et y fut ensevelie.

2 Et n'y ayant point d'eau pour l'assemblée, ils s'attroupèrent contre Moïse, et contre Aaron.

3 Et le peuple disputa contre Moïse, et ils lui dirent : Plût à Dieu que nous fussions morts quand nos frères moururent devant l'Eternel?

4 Et pourquoi avez-vous fait venir l'assemblée de l'Eternel dans ce désert, pour y mourir, nous et nos bêtes?

5 Et pourquoi nous avez-vous fait monter d'Egypte, pour nous amener en ce méchant lieu, qui n'est point un lieu pour semer, ni un lieu pour des figuiers, ni pour des vignes, ni pour des grenadiers; et où même il n'y a point d'eau pour boire?

6 Alors Moïse et Aaron se retirèrent de devant l'assemblée à l'entrée du Tabernacle d'assignation, et tombèrent sur leurs faces, et la gloire de l'Eternel apparut.

7 Puis l'Eternel parla à Moïse, en disant :

8 Prends la verge, et convoque l'assemblée, toi et Aaron ton frère, et parlez en leur présence au rocher, et il donnera son eau; ainsi tu leur feras sortir de l'eau du rocher, et tu donneras à boire à l'assemblée et à leurs bêtes.

9 Moïse donc prit la verge de devant l'Eternel, comme il lui avait commandé.

10 Et Moïse et Aaron convoquèrent l'assemblée devant le rocher, et il leur dit : Vous rebelles, écoutez maintenant, vous ferons-nous sortir de l'eau de ce rocher?

11 Puis Moïse leva sa main, et frappa de sa verge le rocher par deux fois; et il en sortit des eaux en abondance, et l'assemblée but, et leurs bêtes aussi.

12 Et l'Eternel dit à Moïse et à Aaron : Parce que vous n'avez point cru en moi,pour me sanctifier en la présence des enfants d'Israël, aussi vous n'introduirez point cette assemblée au pays que je leur ai donné.

13 Ce sont là les eaux de dispute, pour lesquelles les enfants d'Israël disputèrent contre l'Eternel; et il se sanctifia en eux.

14 Puis Moïse envoya des ambassadeurs de Kadès au roi d'Edom, [pour lui dire] : Ainsi a dit ton frère Israël : Tu sais tout le travail que nous avons eu;

15 Comment nos pères descendirent en Egypte, où nous avons demeuré longtemps; et comment les Egyptiens nous ont maltraités, nous et nos pères.

16 Et nous avons crié à l'Eternel, qui ayant entendu nos cris, a envoyé l'Ange, et nous a retirés d'Egypte. Or voici, nous sommes à Kadès, ville qui est au bout de tes frontières.

17 Je te prie que nous passions par ton pays; nous ne passerons point par les champs, ni par les vignes, et nous ne boirons point de l'eau d'aucun puits; nous marcherons par le chemin royal; nous ne nous détournerons ni à droite ni à gauche, jusqu'à ce que nous ayons passé tes limites.

18 Et Edom lui dit : Tu ne passeras point par mon pays, de peur que je ne sorte en armes à ta rencontre.

19 Les enfants d'Israël lui répondirent : Nous monterons par le grand chemin, et si Nous buvons de tes eaux, moi et mes bêtes, je t'en payerai le prix; seulement que j'y prenne mon passage.

20 Mais [Edom] lui dit : Tu n'y passeras point; et sur cela Edom sortit à sa rencontre avec une grande multitude, et à main armée.

21 Ainsi Edom ne voulut point permettre à Israël de passer par ses frontières; c'est pourquoi Israël se détourna de lui.

22 Et les enfants d'Israël, [savoir] toute l'assemblée, étant partis de Kadès vinrent en la montagne de Hor.

23 Et l'Eternel parla à Moïse et à Aaron en la montagne de Hor, près des frontières du pays d'Edom, en disant :

24 Aaron sera recueilli vers ses peuples, car il n'entrera point au pays que j'ai donné aux enfants d'Israël, parce que vous avez été rebelles à mon commandement aux eaux de la dispute.

25 Prends [donc] Aaron et Eléazar son fils, et fais les monter sur la montagne de Hor.

26 Puis fais dépouiller Aaron de ses vêtements, et fais en revêtir Eléazar son fils; et Aaron sera recueilli, et mourra là.

27 Moïse donc fit ainsi que l'Eternel l'avait commandé; et ils montèrent sur la montagne de Hor, toute l'assemblée le voyant.

28 Et Moïse fit dépouiller Aaron de ses vêtements et en fit revêtir Eléazar son fils; puis Aaron mourut là au sommet de la montagne, et Moïse et Eléazar descendirent de la montagne.

29 Et toute l'assemblée, [savoir] toute la maison d'Israël, voyant qu'Aaron était mort, ils le pleurèrent trente jours.

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Explanation of Numbers 20      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. A change in the state of the church is described.

Verses 2-6. The opposition of the external to the internal man in a state of temptation, involving deficiency as to truths, and a state of discontent, contention and strife.

Verses 7-11. There is revelation, that man, as of himself, must exercise the power of interior truth in controlling the natural man, and searching the Word, that the natural man may be refreshed; and, in this case, even the internal man does this from a state of indignation; and yet there is an abundant supply of truths.

Verses 12-13. But Divine Good declares that such intelligence and affection cannot lead man to the heavenly state which is entirely from the Lord; and that even the truths of the Word in such circumstances appear to intensify the temptation.

Verses 14-21. Concerning the tendency with the man of the church, in temptation, to suppose that natural good which is selfish good, provided there be truths, is a genuine means of leading to the heavenly life.

Verses 22-29. Revelation is given that corrupted good, or merely representative worship, or external worship separated from internal, must be rejected, since it can form no part of the heavenly life.

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Arcana Coelestia 1678, 2702, 3255, 3322, 4875, 4876, 4936, ...

L’Apocalypse Révélée 485


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arrivèrent
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Mois
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Marie
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nous
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Frères
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l'eternel
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venir
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Assemblée
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mourir
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Egypte
'Mizraim' signifies the same thing as Egypt.

figuiers
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boire
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entrée
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tabernacle
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parla
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verge
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dit
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donné
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Roi
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dire
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pères
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Egyptiens
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entendu
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envoyé
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ange
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Ville
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champs
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vignes
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puits
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passé
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passeras
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Fils
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monter
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voyant
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