1 Mose 15

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1 Nach diesen Geschichten begab sich's, daß zu Abram geschah das Wort des HERRN im Gesicht und sprach: Fürchte dich nicht, Abram; ich bin dein Schild und dein sehr großer Lohn.

2 Abram aber sprach: HERR HERR, was willst du mir geben? Ich gehe dahin ohne Kinder; und mein Hausvogt hat einen Sohn, dieser Elieser von Damaskus.

3 Und Abram sprach weiter: Mir hast du keinen Samen gegeben; und siehe, der Sohn meines Gesindes soll mein Erbe sein.

4 Und siehe, der HERR sprach zu ihm: Er soll nicht dein Erbe sein, sondern der von deinem Leibe kommen wird, der soll dein Erbe sein.

5 Und er hieß ihn hinausgehen und sprach: Siehe gen Himmel und zähle die Sterne, kannst du sie zählen? Und sprach zu ihm: Also soll dein Same werden.

6 Abram glaubte dem HERRN, und das rechnete er ihm zur Gerechtigkeit.

7 Und er sprach zu ihm: Ich bin der HERR, der dich von Ur aus Chaldäa geführet hat, daß ich dir dies Land zu besitzen gebe.

8 Abram aber sprach: HERR HERR, wobei soll ich's merken, daß ich's besitzen werde?

9 Und er sprach zu ihm: Bringe mir eine dreijährige Kuh und eine dreijährige Ziege und einen dreijährigen Widder und eine Turteltaube und eine junge Taube.

10 Und er brachte ihm solches alles und zerteilte es mitten voneinander und legte ein Teil gegen das andere über; aber die Vögel zerteilte er nicht.

11 Und das Gevögel fiel auf die Aase; aber Abram scheuchte sie davon.

12 Da nun die Sonne untergegangen war, fiel ein tiefer Schlaf auf Abram; und siehe, Schrecken und große Finsternis überfiel ihn.

13 Da sprach er zu Abram: Das sollst du wissen, daß dein Same wird fremd sein in einem Lande, das nicht sein ist; und da wird man sie zu dienen zwingen und plagen vierhundert Jahre.

14 Aber ich will richten das Volk, dem sie dienen müssen. Danach sollen sie ausziehen mit großem Gut.

15 Und du sollst fahren zu deinen Vätern mit Frieden und in gutem Alter begraben werden.

16 Sie aber sollen nach vier Mannsleben wieder hieher kommen, denn die Missetat der Amoriter ist noch nicht alle.

17 Als nun die Sonne untergegangen und finster worden war, siehe, da rauchte ein Ofen, und eine Feuerflamme fuhr zwischen den Stücken hin.

18 An dem Tage machte der HERR einen Bund mit Abram und sprach: Deinem Samen will ich dies Land geben, von dem Wasser Ägyptens an bis an das große Wasser Phrath:

19 die Keniter, die Kinisiter, die Kadmoniter,

20 die Hethiter, die Pheresiter, die Riesen,

21 die Amoriter, die Kanaaniter, die Gergesiter, die Jebusiter.

  

Exploring the Meaning of 1 Mose 15      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 1778. Here in the internal sense are continued the things concerning the Lord after He had endured in childhood the most severe combats of temptations, which were directed against the love which He cherished toward the whole human race, and in particular toward the church; and therefore being anxious concerning their future state a promise was made Him but it was shown at the same time what the state of the church would become toward its end when it would begin to expire; but that still a new church should revive, which would take the place of the former, and the heavenly kingdom would be immensely increased.

AC 1779. The Lord‘s consolation after the combats of temptations described (verse 1).

AC 1780. The Lord’s complaint respecting the church, that it was in externals only (verses 2, 3). A promise concerning an internal church (verse 4). Concerning its multiplication (verse 5). That the Lord is righteousness (verse 6). And unto Him alone belongs the kingdom in the heavens and on earth (verse 7).

AC 1781. And as He desired to be assured that the human race would be saved (verse 8), it was shown Him how the case is with the church, in general, specifically, and in particular (verses 9 to 17).

AC 1782. The "heifer," "she-goat," and "ram," are the representatives of the celestial things of the church; the "turtledove" and the "young pigeon" are the representatives of its spiritual things (verse 9). The church was on one side, and the Lord on the other (verse 10). The Lord would dissipate evils and falsities (verse 11). But the falsities would still infest it (verses 12, 13). From these there should be deliverance (verse 14). Thus the Lord received consolation (verse 15). But that evils would take possession (verse 16). And at last nothing hut falsities and cupidities would reign (verse 17). Then would come the Lord‘s kingdom, and a new church, the extension of which is described (verse 18). The falsities and evils to be expelled from it are the nations named (verses 19 to 21).

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 15      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 1778. Here in the internal sense are continued the things concerning the Lord after He had endured in childhood the most severe combats of temptations, which were directed against the love which He cherished toward the whole human race, and in particular toward the church; and therefore being anxious concerning their future state a promise was made Him but it was shown at the same time what the state of the church would become toward its end when it would begin to expire; but that still a new church should revive, which would take the place of the former, and the heavenly kingdom would be immensely increased.

AC 1779. The Lord‘s consolation after the combats of temptations described (verse 1).

AC 1780. The Lord’s complaint respecting the church, that it was in externals only (verses 2, 3). A promise concerning an internal church (verse 4). Concerning its multiplication (verse 5). That the Lord is righteousness (verse 6). And unto Him alone belongs the kingdom in the heavens and on earth (verse 7).

AC 1781. And as He desired to be assured that the human race would be saved (verse 8), it was shown Him how the case is with the church, in general, specifically, and in particular (verses 9 to 17).

AC 1782. The "heifer," "she-goat," and "ram," are the representatives of the celestial things of the church; the "turtledove" and the "young pigeon" are the representatives of its spiritual things (verse 9). The church was on one side, and the Lord on the other (verse 10). The Lord would dissipate evils and falsities (verse 11). But the falsities would still infest it (verses 12, 13). From these there should be deliverance (verse 14). Thus the Lord received consolation (verse 15). But that evils would take possession (verse 16). And at last nothing hut falsities and cupidities would reign (verse 17). Then would come the Lord‘s kingdom, and a new church, the extension of which is described (verse 18). The falsities and evils to be expelled from it are the nations named (verses 19 to 21).

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Die Himmlischen Geheimnisse 1778, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1784, 1785, ...

der Propheten und der Psalmen Davids 416


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Die Himmlischen Geheimnisse 120, 1025, 1444, 1680, 2913, 2959, 4454, ...

Enthüllte Offenbarung 422, 444, 503, 658, 757

Wahre Christliche Religion 755


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 279, 397, 401, 526, 539, 540, 569, ...

An Invitation to the New Church 10

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 49

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