Numeri 12

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1 OR Maria ed Aaronne parlarono contro a Mosè, per cagion della moglie Cusita ch’egli avea presa; perciocchè egli avea presa una moglie Cusita.

2 E dissero: Ha veramente il Signore parlato sol per Mosè? non ha egli eziandio parlato per noi? E il Signore udì queste parole.

3 Or quell’uomo Mosè era molto mansueto, più che altro uomo che fosse in su la terra.

4 E il Signore disse in quello stante a Mosè, e ad Aaronne, e a Maria: Uscite tutti e tre, e venite al Tabernacolo della convenenza. Ed essi uscirono tutti e tre.

5 E il Signore scese nella colonna della nuvola, e si fermò all’entrata del Tabernacolo; e chiamò Aaronne e Maria. E amendue andarono là.

6 E il Signore disse: Ascoltate ora le mie parole: Se v’è fra voi alcun profeta, io, il Signore, mi do a conoscere a lui in visione, o parlo a lui in sogno.

7 Ma non fo così inverso il mio servitore Mosè, il quale è fedele in tutta la mia casa.

8 Io parlo a bocca a bocca con lui, e a veduta, e non con maniere oscure; ed egli vede la sembianza del Signore; perchè dunque non avete voi temuto di parlar contro al mio servitore, contro a Mosè?

9 E l’ira del Signore si accese contro a loro, ed egli se ne andò.

10 E la nuvola si partì d’in sul Tabernacolo; ed ecco, Maria era lebbrosa, bianca come neve; e Aaronne riguardò Maria; ed ecco, era lebbrosa.

11 E Aaronne disse a Mosè: Ahi! Signore mio; deh! non metterci peccato addosso; conciossiachè noi abbiamo follemente fatto, e abbiamo peccato.

12 Deh! non sia ella come un parto morto, la cui carne, quando egli esce del seno di sua madre, è già mezza consumata.

13 E Mosè gridò al Signore, dicendo: Deh! sanala ora, o Dio.

14 E il Signore disse a Mosè: Se suo padre le avesse sputato nel viso, non sarebb’ella tutta vergognosa per sette giorni? Sia rinchiusa fuor del campo sette giorni; poi sia raccolta.

15 Maria adunque fu rinchiusa fuor del campo sette giorni; e il popolo non si mosse, finchè Maria non fu raccolta.

16 (H13-1) POI il popolo si partì di Haserot, e si accampò nel deserto di Paran.

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Explanation of Numbers 12      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-5. On the opposition of perverted good and perverted truth to Divine Truth in a state of temptation.

Verses 6-9. There is revelation in consequence, showing the distinction between the manifestation of truth to the internal and the external, or to the celestial and spiritual man, and also that the external man is averted from the Lord and ceases to recognize the truth.

Verses 10-12. And then, when truth is revealed without appearances, there is profanation, which, seen and acknowledged, induces a state of repentance.

Verses 13-16. Consequently, there is, internally, a desire for restoration from a state of profanation; and revelation is made that this can only be removed by regeneration successively.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1676, 2714, 4236, 10570

Apocalypse Revealed 862

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 624, 650

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