Deuteronomio 34

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1 Poi Mosè salì dalle pianure di Moab sul Monte Nebo, in vetta al Pisga, che è difaccia a Gerico. E l’Eterno gli fece vedere tutto il paese: Galaad fino a Dan,

2 tutto Neftali, il paese di Efraim e di Manasse, tutto il paese di Giuda fino al mare occidentale,

3 il mezzogiorno, il bacino del Giordano e la valle di Gerico, città delle palme, fino a Tsoar.

4 L’Eterno gli disse: "Questo è il paese riguardo al quale io feci ad Abrahamo, a Isacco ed a Giacobbe, questo giuramento: Io lo darò alla tua progenie. Io te l’ho fatto vedere con i tuoi occhi, ma tu non v’entrerai".

5 Mosè, servo dell’Eterno, morì quivi, nel paese di Moab, come l’Eterno avea comandato.

6 E l’Eterno lo seppellì nella valle, nel paese di Moab, dirimpetto a Beth-Peor; e nessuno fino a questo giorno ha mai saputo dove fosse la sua tomba.

7 Or Mosè avea centovent’anni quando morì; la vista non gli s’era indebolita e il vigore non gli era venuto meno.

8 E i figliuoli d’Israele lo piansero nelle pianure di Moab per trenta giorni, e si compieron così i giorni del pianto, del lutto per Mosè.

9 E Giosuè, figliuolo di Nun, fu riempito dello spirito di sapienza, perché Mosè gli aveva imposto le mani; e i figliuoli d’Israele gli ubbidirono e fecero quello che l’Eterno avea comandato a Mosè.

10 Non è mai più sorto in Israele un profeta simile a Mosè, col quale l’Eterno abbia trattato faccia a faccia.

11 Niuno è stato simile a lui in tutti quei segni e miracoli che Dio lo mandò a fare nel paese d’Egitto contro Faraone, contro tutti i suoi servi e contro tutto il suo paese;

12 né simile a lui in quegli atti potenti e in tutte quelle gran cose tremende, che Mosè fece dinanzi agli occhi di tutto Israele.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 34      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-4. By Divine truth the soul gains a perception of the heavenly life before its acquisition.

Verses 5-6. A new state in which the acquisition of truth ceases to be of primary importance in the soul.

Verse 7. Truths being now in their fullness.

Verses 8-9. Anxiety of mind and change of state in which an ardent warfare against evil takes the place of the acquisition of truth.

Verses 10-12. There is no teacher for the regenerating like Divine truth from the Word.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1589, 4117, 4299

Apocalypse Revealed 367, 474

Divine Love and Wisdom 383

Doctrine of the Lord 48

True Christian Religion 156

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 79, 412, 458, 608

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