Numeri 13

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1 (H13-2) E il Signore parlò a Mosè, dicendo:

2 (H13-3) Manda degli uomini, che spiino il paese di Canaan, il quale io dono a’ figliuoli d’Israele; mandate un uomo per tribù de’ lor padri; tutti capi de’ figliuoli d’Israele.

3 (H13-4) Mosè adunque mandò quegli uomini dal deserto di Paran, secondo il comandamento del Signore; e tutti erano capi de’ figliuoli d’Israele.

4 (H13-5) E questi sono i nomi loro: Sammua, figliuolo di Zaccui, della tribù di Ruben;

5 (H13-6) Safat, figliuolo di Hori, della tribù di Simeone;

6 (H13-7) Caleb, figliuolo di Gefunne, della tribù di Giuda;

7 (H13-8) Igheal, figliuolo di Giuseppe, della tribù d’Issacar;

8 (H13-9) Hosea, figliuolo di Nun, della tribù di Efraim;

9 (H13-10) Palti, figliuolo di Rafu, della tribù di Beniamino;

10 (H13-11) Gaddiel, figliuolo di Sodi, della tribù di Zabulon;

11 (H13-12) Gaddi, figliuolo di Susi, dell’altra tribù di Giuseppe, cioè, della tribù di Manasse;

12 (H13-13) Ammiel, figliuolo di Ghemalli, della tribù di Dan;

13 (H13-14) Setur, figliuolo di Micael, della tribù di Aser;

14 (H13-15) Nabi, figliuolo di Vofsi, della tribù di Neftali;

15 (H13-16) Gheuel, figliuolo di Machi, della tribù di Gad.

16 (H13-17) Questi sono i nomi degli uomini, che Mosè mandò per ispiare il paese or Mosè avea posto nome Giosuè, a Hosea, figliuolo di Nun.

17 (H13-18) Mosè adunque li mandò a spiare il paese di Canaan, e disse loro: Andate di qua, dal Mezzodi, poi salite al monte.

18 (H13-19) E vedete qual sia quel paese, e qual sia il popolo che abita in esso, se egli è forte o debole; se egli è in piccolo, o in gran numero.

19 (H13-20) E qual sia la terra nella quale egli abita, se ella è buona o cattiva; e quali sieno le città nelle quali egli abita, se abita in luoghi steccati, o in murati.

20 (H13-21) E qual sia il terreno, se è grasso o magro; e se vi son alberi, o no; e portatevi valentemente, e recate de’ frutti del paese. Or allora era il tempo dell’uve primaticce.

21 (H13-22) Essi adunque andarono, e spiarono il paese, dal deserto di Sin fino a Rehob, all’entrata d’Hamat.

22 (H13-23) Poi salirono verso il mezzodì, e vennero fino in Hebron, dove erano Ahiman, Sesai e Talmai, nati da Anac. Or Hebron era stata edificata sette anni innanzi a Soan di Egitto.

23 (H13-24) E, giunti fino al torrente di Escol, tagliarono di là un tralcio con un grappolo d’uva, e lo portarono con una stanga a due; insieme con delle melagrane e dei fichi.

24 (H13-25) E, per cagione di quel grappolo d’uva che i figliuoli d’Israele ne tagliarono, fu posto nome a quel luogo, Nahal-escol.

25 (H13-26) E, in capo di quaranta giorni, tornarono da spiare il paese.

26 (H13-27) E andarono a Mosè e ad Aaronne, e a tutta la raunanza de’ figliuoli d’Israele, nel deserto di Paran, di Cades; ove essendo giunti, rapportarono l’affare a loro, e a tutta la raunanza, e mostrarono loro que’ frutti del paese.

27 (H13-28) E raccontarono il lor viaggio a Mosè, e dissero: Noi arrivammo nel paese nel quale tu ci mandasti; e certo è un paese che stilla latte e miele; ed ecco de’ suoi frutti.

28 (H13-29) Sol vi è questo, che il popolo che abita in esso, è potente, e le città son molto forti e grandi; e anche vi abbiamo veduti i figliuoli di Anac.

29 (H13-30) Gli Amalechiti abitano nella contrada Meridionale; gl’Hittei, i Gebusei, e gli Amorrei abitano nel monte; e i Cananei abitano presso al mare, e lungo il Giordano.

30 (H13-31) E Caleb racquetò il popolo inverso Mosè, e disse: Andiamo pure in quel paese, e conquistiamolo; perciocchè di certo noi lo soggiogheremo.

31 (H13-32) Ma quegli uomini ch’erano andati con lui dissero: Egli non è in poter nostro di salir contro a quel popolo; conciossiachè egli sia troppo potente per noi.

32 (H13-33) E infamarono il paese che aveano spiato appresso i figliuoli d’Israele, dicendo: Il paese per lo quale siam passati, per ispiarlo, è un paese che divora i suoi abitanti; e tutto il popolo che noi abbiamo veduto in esso, sono uomini alti e grandi.

33 (H13-34) Noi vi abbiamo eziandio veduti de’ giganti, i figliuoli di Anac, della schiatta de’ giganti; appetto a’ quali ci pareva di esser locuste; e tali eziandio parevamo loro.

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Explanation of Numbers 13      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. On self-examination, by means of truths, and by means of Divine light from the Lord's Divine Human, of the inmost of his life by man.

Verses 4-16. Concerning the general truths by which this examination is effected.

Verses 17-21. The extension of it is from where truth and good are in obscurity and coldness through the multiplication of truths advancing to a zealous state of natural good and its truths confirmed in ultimates.

Verses 22-25. It leads, also, by means of interior light and perception to the discovery of persuasions of falsity from the pride of selfish love, as well as to the perception of charity in its general form of natural truth and natural good, involving a complete state of trial and temptation.

Verses 26-33. The effect of this examination, through instruction, upon the evil and upon the good.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 567, 581, 1444, 1673, 1676, 1678, 1679, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 349, 424, 623


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 403, 431, 543, 619, 865, 918

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Paran
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alberi
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hebron
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