Genesis 50

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1 Quod cernens Joseph, ruit super faciem patris, flens et deosculans eum.

2 Præcepitque servis suis medicis ut aromatibus condirent patrem.

3 Quibus jussa explentibus, transierunt quadraginta dies : iste quippe mos erat cadaverum conditorum : flevitque eum Ægyptus septuaginta diebus.

4 Et expleto planctus tempore, locutus est Joseph ad familiam Pharaonis : Si inveni gratiam in conspectu vestro, loquimini in auribus Pharaonis :

5 eo quod pater meus adjuraverit me dicens : En morior : in sepulchro meo, quod fodi mihi in terra Chanaan, sepelies me. Ascendam igitur, et sepeliam patrem meum, ac revertar.

6 Dixitque ei Pharao : Ascende, et sepeli patrem tuum sicut adjuratus es.

7 Quo ascendente, ierunt cum eo omnes senes domus Pharaonis, cunctique majores natu terræ Ægypti :

8 domus Joseph cum fratribus suis, absque parvulis, et gregibus atque armentis, quæ dereliquerant in terra Gessen.

9 Habuit quoque in comitatu currus et equites : et facta est turba non modica.

10 Veneruntque ad Aream Atad, quæ sita est trans Jordanem : ubi celebrantes exequias planctu magno atque vehementi impleverunt septem dies.

11 Quod cum vidissent habitatores terræ Chanaan, dixerunt : Planctus magnus est iste Ægyptiis. Et idcirco vocatum est nomen loci illius, Planctus Ægypti.

12 Fecerunt ergo filii Jacob sicut præceperat eis :

13 et portantes eum in terram Chanaan, sepelierunt eum in spelunca duplici, quam emerat Abraham cum agro in possessionem sepulchri ab Ephron Hethæo, contra faciem Mambre.

14 Reversusque est Joseph in Ægyptum cum fratribus suis, et omni comitatu, sepulto patre.

15 Quo mortuo, timentes fratres ejus, et mutuo colloquentes : Ne forte memor sit injuriæ quam passus est, et reddat nobis omne malum quod fecimus,

16 mandaverunt ei dicentes : Pater tuus præcepit nobis antequam moreretur,

17 ut hæc tibi verbis illius diceremus : Obsecro ut obliviscaris sceleris fratrum tuorum, et peccati atque malitiæ quam exercuerunt in te : nos quoque oramus ut servis Dei patris tui dimittas iniquitatem hanc. Quibus auditis flevit Joseph.

18 Veneruntque ad eum fratres sui : et proni adorantes in terram, dixerunt : Servi tui sumus.

19 Quibus ille respondit : Nolite timere : num Dei possumus resistere voluntati ?

20 Vos cogitastis de me malum : sed Deus vertit illud in bonum, ut exaltaret me, sicut in præsentiarum cernitis, et salvos faceret multos populos.

21 Nolite timere : ego pascam vos et parvulos vestros : consolatusque est eos, et blande ac leniter est locutus.

22 Et habitavit in Ægypto cum omni domo patris sui : vixitque centum decem annis. Et vidit Ephraim filios usque ad tertiam generationem. Filii quoque Machir Filii Manasse nati sunt in genibus Joseph.

23 Quibus transactis, locutus est fratribus suis : Post mortem meam Deus visitabit vos, et ascendere vos faciet de terra ista ad terram quam juravit Abraham, Isaac et Jacob.

24 Cumque adjurasset eos atque dixisset : Deus visitabit vos, asportate ossa mea vobiscum de loco isto :

25 mortuus est, expletis centum decem vitæ suæ annis. Et conditus aromatibus, repositus est in loculo in Ægypto.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 6497, 6498, 6499, 6500, 6501, 6509, 6510, ...

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Arcana Coelestia 2916, 4447, 4539, 4786, 6502, 6503, 6504, ...

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Apocalypsis Explicata 447, 659

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