Deuteronomium 34

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1 Ascendit ergo Moyses de campestribus Moab super montem Nebo, in verticem Phasga contra Jericho : ostenditque ei Dominus omnem terram Galaad usque Dan,

2 et universum Nephthali, terramque Ephraim et Manasse, et omnem terram Juda usque ad mare novissimum,

3 et australem partem, et latitudinem campi Jericho civitatis palmarum usque Segor.

4 Dixitque Dominus ad eum : Hæc est terra, pro qua juravi Abraham, Isaac, et Jacob, dicens : Semini tuo dabo eam. Vidisti eam oculis tuis, et non transibis ad illam.

5 Mortuusque est ibi Moyses servus Domini, in terra Moab, jubente Domino :

6 et sepelivit eum in valle terræ Moab contra Phogor : et non cognovit homo sepulchrum ejus usque in præsentem diem.

7 Moyses centum et viginti annorum erat quando mortuus est : non caligavit oculus ejus, nec dentes illius moti sunt.

8 Fleveruntque eum filii Israël in campestribus Moab triginta diebus : et completi sunt dies planctus lugentium Moysen.

9 Josue vero filius Nun repletus est spiritu sapientiæ, quia Moyses posuit super eum manus suas. Et obedierunt ei filii Israël, feceruntque sicut præcepit Dominus Moysi.

10 Et non surrexit ultra propheta in Israël sicut Moyses, quem nosset Dominus facie ad faciem,

11 in omnibus signis atque portentis, quæ misit per eum, ut faceret in terra Ægypti Pharaoni, et omnibus servis ejus, universæque terræ illius,

12 et cunctam manum robustam, magnaque mirabilia, quæ fecit Moyses coram universo Israël.

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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

Apocalypsis Revelata 367, 474

De Divino Amore et de Divina Sapientia 383

Doctrine of the Lord 48

Vera Christiana Religio 156

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 79, 412, 458, 608

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