Numeri 12

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1 Maria ed Aaronne parlarono contro Mosè a cagione della moglie Cuscita che avea preso; poiché avea preso una moglie Cuscita.

2 E dissero: "L’Eterno ha egli parlato soltanto per mezzo di Mosè? non ha egli parlato anche per mezzo nostro?" E L’Eterno l’udì.

3 Or Mosè era un uomo molto mansueto, più d’ogni altro uomo sulla faccia della terra.

4 E l’Eterno disse a un tratto a Mosè, ad Aaronne e a Maria: "Uscite voi tre, e andate alla tenda di convegno". E uscirono tutti e tre.

5 E l’Eterno scese in una colonna di nuvola, si fermò all’ingresso della tenda, e chiamò Aaronne e Maria; ambedue si fecero avanti.

6 E l’Eterno disse: "Ascoltate ora le mie parole; se v’è tra voi alcun profeta, io, l’Eterno, mi faccio conoscere a lui in visione, parlo con lui in sogno.

7 Non così coi mio servitore Mosè, che è fedele in tutta la mia casa.

8 Con lui io parlo a tu per tu, facendomi vedere, e non per via d’enimmi; ed egli contempla la sembianza dell’Eterno. Perché dunque non avete temuto di parlar contro il mio servo, contro Mosè?"

9 E l’ira dell’Eterno s’accese contro loro, ed egli se ne andò,

10 e la nuvola si ritirò di sopra alla tenda; ed ecco che Maria era lebbrosa, bianca come neve; Aaronne guardò Maria, ed ecco era lebbrosa.

11 E Aaronne disse a Mosè: "Deh, signor mio, non ci far portare la pena di un peccato che abbiamo stoltamente commesso, e di cui siamo colpevoli.

12 Deh, ch’ella non sia come il bimbo nato morto, la cui carne è già mezzo consumata quand’esce dal seno materno!"

13 E Mosè gridò all’Eterno dicendo: "Guariscila, o Dio, te ne prego!"

14 E l’Eterno rispose a Mosè: "Se suo padre le avesse sputato in viso, non ne porterebbe ella la vergogna per sette giorni? Stia dunque rinchiusa fuori del campo sette giorni; poi, vi sarà di nuovo ammessa".

15 Maria dunque fu rinchiusa fuori del campo sette giorni; e il popolo non si mise in cammino finché Maria non fu riammessa al campo.

16 Poi il popolo partì da Hatseroth, 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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