1 Mózes 9

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1 Azután megáldá Isten Noét és az õ fiait, és azt mondá nékik: Szaporodjatok és sokasodjatok, és töltsétek be a földet.

2 És féljen és rettegjen tõletek a földnek minden állatja az égnek minden madara: minden a mi nyüzsög a földön, és a tengernek minden hala kezetekbe adatott;

3 Minden mozgó állat, a mely él legyen nektek eledelûl; a mint a zöld fûvet, nektek adtam mindazokat.

4 Csak a húst az õt elevenítõ vérrel meg ne egyétek.

5 De a ti véreteket, a melyben van a ti éltetek, számon kérem; számon kérem minden állattól, azonképen az embertõl, kinek-kinek atyjafiától számon kérem az ember életét.

6 A ki ember-vért ont, annak vére ember által ontassék ki; mert Isten a maga képére teremté az embert.

7 Ti pedig szaporodjatok és sokasodjatok, nyüzsögjetek a földön és sokasodjatok azon.

8 És szóla az Isten Noénak és vele az õ fiainak, mondván:

9 Én pedig ímé szövetséget szerzek ti veletek és a ti magvatokkal ti utánnatok.

10 És minden élõ állattal, mely veletek van: madárral, barommal, minden mezei vaddal, mely veletek van; mindattól kezdve a mi a bárkából kijött, a földnek minden vadjáig.

11 Szövetséget kötök ti veletek, hogy soha ezután el nem vész özönvíz miatt minden test; és soha sem lesz többé özönvíz a földnek elvesztésére.

12 És monda az Isten: Ez a jele a szövetségnek, melyet én örök idõkre szerzek közöttem és ti köztetek, és minden élõ állat között, mely ti veletek van:

13 Az én ívemet helyeztetem a felhõkbe, s ez lesz jele a szövetségnek közöttem és a föld között.

14 És lészen, hogy mikor felhõvel borítom be a földet, meglátszik az ív a felhõben.

15 És megemlékezem az én szövetségemrõl, mely van én közöttem és ti közöttetek, és minden testbõl való élõ állat között; és nem lesz többé a víz özönné minden testnek elvesztésére.

16 Azért legyen tehát az ív a felhõben, hogy lássam azt és megemlékezzem az örökkévaló szövetségrõl Isten között és minden testbõl való élõ állat között, mely a földön van.

17 És monda Isten Noénak: Ez ama szövetségnek jele, melyet szerzettem én közöttem és minden test között, mely a földön van.

18 Valának pedig Noé fiai, kik a bárkából kijöttek vala: Sém és Khám és Jáfet. Khám pedig Kanaánnak atyja.

19 Ezek hárman a Noé fiai s ezektõl népesedék meg az egész föld.

20 Noé pedig földmívelõ kezde lenni, és szõlõt ültete.

21 És ivék a borból, s megrészegedék, és meztelenen vala sátra közepén.

22 Khám pedig, Kanaánnak atyja, meglátá az õ atyjának mezítelenségét, és hírûl adá künnlevõ két testvérének.

23 Akkor Sém és Jáfet ruhát ragadván, azt mindketten vállokra veték, és háttal menve takarák be atyjok mezítelenségét; s arczczal hátra meg sem láták atyjok mezítelenségét.

24 Hogy felserkene Noé mámorából, és megtudá a mit vele az õ kisebbik fia cselekedett vala:

25 Monda: Átkozott Kanaán! Szolgák szolgája legyen atyjafiai közt.

26 Azután monda: Áldott az Úr, Sémnek Istene, néki légyen szolgája Kanaán!

27 Terjeszsze ki Isten Jáfetet, lakozzék Sémnek sátraiban; légyen néki szolgája a Kanaán!

28 Éle pedig Noé az özönvíz után háromszáz ötven esztendeig.

29 És vala Noé egész életének ideje kilenczszáz ötven esztendõ; és meghala.

  

Exploring the Meaning of 1 Mózes 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, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 410


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

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

Apocalypse Revealed 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 (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 35

Spiritual Experiences 155, 2348

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