Leviticus 23

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1 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

2 Loquere filiis Israël, et dices ad eos : Hæ sunt feriæ Domini, quas vocabitis sanctas.

3 Sex diebus facietis opus : dies septimus, quia sabbati requies est, vocabitur sanctus : omne opus non facietis in eo : sabbatum Domini est in cunctis habitationibus vestris.

4 Hæ sunt ergo feriæ Domini sanctæ, quas celebrare debetis temporibus suis.

5 Mense primo, quartadecima die mensis ad vesperum, Phase Domini est :

6 et quintadecima die mensis hujus, solemnitas azymorum Domini est. Septem diebus azyma comedetis.

7 Dies primus erit vobis celeberrimus, sanctusque : omne opus servile non facietis in eo,

8 sed offeretis sacrificium in igne Domino septem diebus. Dies autem septimus erit celebrior et sanctior : nullumque servile opus facietis in eo.

9 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

10 Loquere filiis Israël, et dices ad eos : Cum ingressi fueritis terram, quam ego dabo vobis, et messueritis segetem, feretis manipulos spicarum, primitias messis vestræ, ad sacerdotem :

11 qui elevabit fasciculum coram Domino, ut acceptabile sit pro vobis, altero die sabbati, et sanctificabit illum.

12 Atque in eodem die quo manipulus consecratur, cædetur agnus immaculatus anniculus in holocaustum Domini.

13 Et libamenta offerentur cum eo, duæ decimæ similæ conspersæ oleo in incensum Domini, odoremque suavissimum : liba quoque vini, quarta pars hin.

14 Panem, et polentam, et pultes non comedetis ex segete, usque ad diem qua offeretis ex ea Deo vestro. Præceptum est sempiternum in generationibus, cunctisque habitaculis vestris.

15 Numerabitis ergo ab altero die sabbati, in quo obtulistis manipulum primitiarum, septem hebdomadas plenas,

16 usque ad alteram diem expletionis hebdomadæ septimæ, id est, quinquaginta dies : et sic offeretis sacrificium novum Domino

17 ex omnibus habitaculis vestris, panes primitiarum duos de duabus decimis similæ fermentatæ, quos coquetis in primitias Domini.

18 Offeretisque cum panibus septem agnos immaculatos anniculos, et vitulum de armento unum, et arietes duos, et erunt in holocaustum cum libamentis suis, in odorem suavissimum Domini.

19 Facietis et hircum pro peccato, duosque agnos anniculos hostias pacificorum.

20 Cumque elevaverit eos sacerdos cum panibus primitiarum coram Domino, cedent in usum ejus.

21 Et vocabitis hunc diem celeberrimum, atque sanctissimum : omne opus servile non facietis in eo. Legitimum sempiternum erit in cunctis habitaculis, et generationibus vestris.

22 Postquam autem messueritis segetem terræ vestræ, nec secabitis eam usque ad solum, nec remanentes spicas colligetis : sed pauperibus et peregrinis dimittetis eas. Ego sum Dominus Deus vester.

23 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

24 Loquere filiis Israël : Mense septimo, prima die mensis, erit vobis sabbatum, memoriale, clangentibus tubis, et vocabitur sanctum :

25 omne opus servile non facietis in eo, et offeretis holocaustum Domino.

26 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

27 Decimo die mensis hujus septimi, dies expiationum erit celeberrimus, et vocabitur sanctus : affligetisque animas vestras in eo, et offeretis holocaustum Domino.

28 Omne opus servile non facietis in tempore diei hujus : quia dies propitiationis est, ut propitietur vobis Dominus Deus vester.

29 Omnis anima, quæ afflicta non fuerit die hac, peribit de populis suis :

30 et quæ operis quippiam fecerit, delebo eam de populo suo.

31 Nihil ergo operis facietis in eo : legitimum sempiternum erit vobis in cunctis generationibus, et habitationibus vestris.

32 Sabbatum requietionis est, et affligetis animas vestras die nono mensis : a vespera usque ad vesperam celebrabitis sabbata vestra.

33 Et locutus est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

34 Loquere filiis Israël : A quintodecimo die mensis hujus septimi, erunt feriæ tabernaculorum septem diebus Domino.

35 Dies primus vocabitur celeberrimus atque sanctissimus : omne opus servile non facietis in eo.

36 Et septem diebus offeretis holocausta Domino. Dies quoque octavus erit celeberrimus, atque sanctissimus, et offeretis holocaustum Domino : est enim cœtus atque collectæ : omne opus servile non facietis in eo.

37 Hæ sunt feriæ Domini, quas vocabitis celeberrimas atque sanctissimas, offeretisque in eis oblationes Domino, holocausta et libamenta juxta ritum uniuscujusque diei :

38 exceptis sabbatis Domini, donisque vestris, et quæ offeretis ex voto, vel quæ sponte tribuetis Domino.

39 A quintodecimo ergo die mensis septimi, quando congregaveritis omnes fructus terræ vestræ, celebrabitis ferias Domini septem diebus : die primo et die octavo erit sabbatum, id est, requies.

40 Sumetisque vobis die primo fructus arboris pulcherrimæ, spatulasque palmarum, et ramos ligni densarum frondium, et salices de torrente, et lætabimini coram Domino Deo vestro.

41 Celebrabitisque solemnitatem ejus septem diebus per annum : legitimum sempiternum erit in generationibus vestris. Mense septimo festa celebrabitis,

42 et habitabitis in umbraculis septem diebus : omnis, qui de genere est Israël, manebit in tabernaculis,

43 ut discant posteri vestri quod in tabernaculis habitare fecerim filios Israël, cum educerem eos de terra Ægypti. Ego Dominus Deus vester.

44 Locutusque est Moyses super solemnitatibus Domini ad filios Israël.

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Explanation of Leviticus 23      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

On the successive states of the regenerate life in general, involving states of conflict against evil succeeded by states of rest.

The first subordinate state is one of deliverance from evil, involving the interior reception of truth conjoined with good, purification, and the arrangement of truths under good. Verses 4-8.

The second subordinate state is that of the implantation of truth in good. Verses 9-22.

Concerning revelation in consequence. Verses 23-25.

Also concerning the plenary removal of evil in consequence. Verses 26-32.

The third subordinate state is that of the implantation of good, involving gladness and joy of heart in all completeness and holiness, with states of peace and rest from the lowest principles to the highest, which are perpetually renewed. Verses 33-34.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 2180, 9294


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Arcana Coelestia 414, 925, 1071, 1947, 2075, 2177, 2252, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 242, 278, 316, 367, 400, 585, 623, ...

De Coelo et de Inferno 287


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Apocalypse Explained 109, 257, 279, 324, 365, 376, 417, ...

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Exodus 12:2, 11, 15, 41, 51, 20:8, 23:15, 16, 19, 27:21, 29:24, 30:33, 34:22

Leviticus 1:3, 10, 2:12, 14, 3:6, 17, 4:23, 7:20, 21, 16:16, 29, 30, 31, 33, 19:9, 10, 23, 25, 23:7, 14, 21, 31, 36, 41

Numeri 15:3, 5, 20, 24, 18:8, 12, 13, 28:18, 26, 29:1, 7, 12, 39

Deuteronomium 12:12, 16:1, 9, 10, 13, 31:10

3 Regum 8:2, 12:32

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Esdrae 3:4, 5, 6

Nehemiae 8:2, 14, 18

Psalms 56:13, 76:12

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Ezechiel 44:24, 45:23, 25

Hoschea 12:10

Sacharia 14:16, 18, 19

Matthaeus 26:17

Marcus 14:1

Lucas 22:1

Johannes 7:2, 37

Actus Apostolorum 2:1, 3:23

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locutusque
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dominus
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dicens
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sex
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diebus
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opus
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dies
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sanctus
'Sanctuary' signifies the truth of heaven and the church. 'Sanctuary,' as in Ezekiel 24:21, signifies the Word.

sabbatum
In Exodus 31:13, 'verily my Sabbaths ye shall keep,' signifies continuous holy thought about the union of the Lord’s divine with His human.

mense
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mensis
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vesperum
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septem
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terram
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feretis manipulos spicarum
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messis
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agnus
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hin
'A hin' denotes the measurement of conjunction.

panem
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diem
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est
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quinquaginta
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odorem suavissimum
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sanctum
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locutus est
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fructus
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Palmarum
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terra
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