1 Mose 9

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1 Und Gott segnete Noah und seine Söhne und sprach: Seid fruchtbar und mehrt euch und erfüllt die Erde.

2 Furcht und Schrecken vor euch sei über alle Tiere auf Erden und über alle Vögel unter dem Himmel, über alles, was auf dem Erdboden kriecht, und über alle Fische im Meer; in eure Hände seien sie gegeben.

3 Alles, was sich regt und lebt, das sei eure Speise; wie das grüne Kraut habe ich's euch alles gegeben.

4 Allein eßt das Fleisch nicht, das noch lebt in seinem Blut.

5 Auch will ich eures Leibes Blut rächen und will's an allen Tieren rächen und will des Menschen Leben rächen an einem jeglichen Menschen als dem, der sein Bruder ist.

6 Wer Menschenblut vergießt, des Blut soll auch durch Menschen vergossen werden; denn Gott hat den Menschen zu seinem Bilde gemacht.

7 Seid fruchtbar und mehrt euch und regt euch auf Erden, daß euer viel darauf werden.

8 Und Gott sagte zu Noah und seinen Söhnen mit ihm:

9 Siehe, ich richte mit euch einen Bund auf und mit eurem Samen nach euch

10 und mit allem lebendigen Getier bei euch, an Vögeln, an Vieh und an allen Tieren auf Erden bei euch, von allem, was aus dem Kasten gegangen ist, was für Tiere es sind auf Erden.

11 Und richte meinen Bund also mit euch auf, daß hinfort nicht mehr alles Fleisch verderbt werden soll mit dem Wasser der Sintflut, und soll hinfort keine Sintflut mehr kommen, die die Erde verderbe.

12 Und Gott sprach: Das ist das Zeichen des Bundes, den ich gemacht habe zwischen mir und euch und allen lebendigen Seelen bei euch hinfort ewiglich:

13 Meinen Bogen habe ich gesetzt in die Wolken; der soll das Zeichen sein des Bundes zwischen mir und der Erde.

14 Und wenn es kommt, daß ich Wolken über die Erde führe, so soll man meinen Bogen sehen in den Wolken.

15 Alsdann will ich gedenken an meinen Bund zwischen mir und euch und allen lebendigen Seelen in allerlei Fleisch, daß nicht mehr hinfort eine Sintflut komme, die alles Fleisch verderbe.

16 Darum soll mein Bogen in den Wolken sein, daß ich ihn ansehe und gedenke an den ewigen Bund zwischen Gott und allen lebendigen Seelen in allem Fleisch, das auf Erden ist.

17 Und Gott sagte zu Noah: Das sei das Zeichen des Bundes, den ich aufgerichtet habe zwischen mir und allem Fleisch auf Erden.

18 Die Söhne Noahs, die aus dem Kasten gingen, sind diese: Sem, Ham und Japheth. Ham aber ist der Vater Kanaans.

19 Das sind die drei Söhne Noahs, von denen ist alles Land besetzt.

20 Noah aber fing an und ward ein Ackermann und pflanzte Weinberge.

21 Und da er von dem Wein trank, ward er trunken und lag in der Hütte aufgedeckt.

22 Da nun Ham, Kanaans Vater, sah seines Vaters Blöße, sagte er's seinen beiden Brüdern draußen.

23 Da nahmen Sem und Japheth ein Kleid und legten es auf ihrer beider Schultern und gingen rücklings hinzu und deckten des Vaters Blöße zu; und ihr Angesicht war abgewandt, daß sie ihres Vater Blöße nicht sahen.

24 Als nun Noah erwachte von seinem Wein und erfuhr, was ihm sein jüngster Sohn getan hatte,

25 sprach er: Verflucht sei Kanaan und sei ein Knecht aller Knechte unter seinen Brüdern!

26 und sprach weiter: Gelobt sei der HERR, der Gott Sem's; und Kanaan sei sein Knecht!

27 Gott breite Japheth aus, und lasse ihn wohnen in den Hütten des Sem; und Kanaan sei sein Knecht!

28 Noah aber lebte nach der Sintflut dreihundertfünfzig Jahre,

29 daß sein ganzes Alter ward neunhundertundfünfzig Jahre, und starb.

  

Exploring the Meaning of 1 Mose 9      

AC 971. The subject that now follows on is the state of the regenerate man; first, concerning the dominion of the internal man, and the submission of the external.

AC 972. Namely, that all things of the external man have been made subject to and serviceable to the internal (verses 1 to 3), but that especial care must be taken lest the man should immerse the goods and truths of faith in cupidities, or by the goods and truths which are of the internal man should confirm evils and falsities, which must of necessity condemn him to death, and punish him (verses 4 and 5); and thus destroy the spiritual man, or the image of God, with him (verse 6). That if these things are avoided, all will go well (verse 7).

AC 973. It next treats of the state of man after the flood, whom the Lord had so formed that He might be present with him by means of charity, and thus prevent his perishing, like the last posterity of the Most Ancient Church (verses 8 to 11).

AC 974. Afterwards the state of man subsequent to the flood, who is in the capacity to receive charity, is described by the "bow in the cloud," which he resembles (verses 12 to 17). This "bow" has regard to the man of the church, or the regenerate man (verses 12, 13); to every man in general (verses 14, 15); specifically, to the man who is in the capacity of being regenerated (verse 16); and consequently not only to man within but also to man without the church (verse 17).

AC 975. It treats lastly of the Ancient Church in general; by "Shem" is meant internal worship; by "Japheth," corresponding external worship; by "Ham," faith separated from charity; and by "Canaan," external worship separated from internal from (verse 19). This church, through the desire to investigate from itself the truths of faith, and by reasonings, first lapsed into errors and perversions (verses 19 to 21). Those who are in external worship separated from internal, deride the doctrine of faith itself, in consequence of such errors and perversions (verse 22); but those who are in internal worship, and in the external worship thence derived put a good interpretation on such things, and excuse them (verse 23). Those who are in external worship separated from internal, are most vile (verses 24, 25); and yet they are able to perform vile services in the church (verses 26, 27).

AC 976. Lastly, the duration and state of the first Ancient Church are described by the years of Noah‘s age (verses 28, 29).

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 9      

AC 971. The subject that now follows on is the state of the regenerate man; first, concerning the dominion of the internal man, and the submission of the external.

AC 972. Namely, that all things of the external man have been made subject to and serviceable to the internal (verses 1 to 3), but that especial care must be taken lest the man should immerse the goods and truths of faith in cupidities, or by the goods and truths which are of the internal man should confirm evils and falsities, which must of necessity condemn him to death, and punish him (verses 4 and 5); and thus destroy the spiritual man, or the image of God, with him (verse 6). That if these things are avoided, all will go well (verse 7).

AC 973. It next treats of the state of man after the flood, whom the Lord had so formed that He might be present with him by means of charity, and thus prevent his perishing, like the last posterity of the Most Ancient Church (verses 8 to 11).

AC 974. Afterwards the state of man subsequent to the flood, who is in the capacity to receive charity, is described by the "bow in the cloud," which he resembles (verses 12 to 17). This "bow" has regard to the man of the church, or the regenerate man (verses 12, 13); to every man in general (verses 14, 15); specifically, to the man who is in the capacity of being regenerated (verse 16); and consequently not only to man within but also to man without the church (verse 17).

AC 975. It treats lastly of the Ancient Church in general; by "Shem" is meant internal worship; by "Japheth," corresponding external worship; by "Ham," faith separated from charity; and by "Canaan," external worship separated from internal from (verse 19). This church, through the desire to investigate from itself the truths of faith, and by reasonings, first lapsed into errors and perversions (verses 19 to 21). Those who are in external worship separated from internal, deride the doctrine of faith itself, in consequence of such errors and perversions (verse 22); but those who are in internal worship, and in the external worship thence derived put a good interpretation on such things, and excuse them (verse 23). Those who are in external worship separated from internal, are most vile (verses 24, 25); and yet they are able to perform vile services in the church (verses 26, 27).

AC 976. Lastly, the duration and state of the first Ancient Church are described by the years of Noah‘s age (verses 28, 29).

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 971, 972, 973, 974, 975, 976, 980, ...

der Propheten und der Psalmen Davids 410


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 470, 482, 575, 737, 788, 868, 1026, ...

Enthüllte Offenbarung 213, 289, 466, 598, 781

Divine Love and Wisdom 379

True Christian Religion 687


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 240, 269, 376, 595, 697, 701, 706, ...

Coronis oder Anhang zur Wahren Christlichen Religion 35

Spiritual Experiences 155, 2348

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gott
Der Herr ist die Liebe selbst, ausgedrückt in der Form der Weisheit selbst. Die Liebe ist also sein Wesen, sein Innerstes. Die Weisheit - das...

noah
'Noah,' as in Genesis 5:29, signifies the ancient church, or the parent of the three churches after the flood.

Söhne
'A son,' as in Genesis 5:28, signifies the rise of a new church. 'Son,' as in Genesis 24:3, signifies the Lord’s rationality regarding good. 'A...

sprach
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What...

fruchtbar
To be fruitful is predicated of goodnesses, and to be multiplied, of truths.

erfüllt
Gefüllt sein" bedeutet, mit einer geistigen Qualität ausgestattet zu sein. Wenn das betreffende Material gut ist - Wasser, Nahrung, Menschen, die Gutes repräsentieren, usw. -...

Erde
"Erde" kann in der Bibel eine Person oder eine Gruppe von Gleichgesinnten wie in einer Kirche bedeuten. Aber sie bezieht sich speziell auf das Äußere...

Vögel
Fowl signify spiritual truth; a bird, natural truth; and a winged thing, sensual truth. Fowl signify intellectual things. Fowl signify thoughts, and all that creeps...

himmel
Himmel sind himmlische und spirituelle Dinge. Folglich sind sie das Innerste, beides des Reiches des Herrn im Himmel und auf der Erde. Dies bezieht sich...

Meer
Water generally represents what Swedenborg calls “natural truth,” or true concepts about day-to-day matters and physical things. Since all water ultimately flows into the seas,...

Hände
Scientists believe that one of the most crucial developments in the evolution of humans was bipedalism – walking on two legs. That left our hands...

gegeben
Like other common verbs, the meaning of "give" in the Bible is affected by context: who is giving what to whom? In general, though, giving...

kraut
Every herb in the Word signifies some species of scientifics. 'Herb bearing seed,' as mentioned in Genesis 1:29, signifies every truth which regards use. 'Green...

fleisch
Fleisch hat allein in seiner offensichtlichsten Form mehrere Bedeutungen. Es kann alle lebenden Kreaturen bedeuten, wie wenn der Herr über die Flut spricht, die "alles...

Blut
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Leben
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Bruder
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sagte
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samen
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nach
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Tiere
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dem Wasser
'Waters' signify truths in the natural self, and in the opposite sense, falsities. 'Waters' signify particularly the spiritual parts of a person, or the intellectual...

wasser
'Waters' signify truths in the natural self, and in the opposite sense, falsities. 'Waters' signify particularly the spiritual parts of a person, or the intellectual...

zeichen
'A token,' as in Genesis 9:12, 13, 17, signifies causing it to be.

Seelen
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bogen
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sehen
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Noahs
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sem
'Shem,' as in Genesis 10:21, signifies the ancient church in general.

japheth
Japhet' signifies the people who constitute the external church and correspond to the internal.

Vater
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drei
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Land
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weinberge
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wein
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hütte
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sah
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blöße
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Sohn
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kanaan
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herr
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hütten
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