Leviticus 7

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1 Hæc quoque lex hostiæ pro delicto, Sancta sanctorum est :

2 idcirco ubi immolabitur holocaustum, mactabitur et victima pro delicto : sanguis ejus per gyrum altaris fundetur.

3 Offerent ex ea caudam et adipem qui operit vitalia :

4 duos renunculos, et pinguedinem quæ juxta ilia est, reticulumque jecoris cum renunculis.

5 Et adolebit ea sacerdos super altare : incensum est Domini pro delicto.

6 Omnis masculus de sacerdotali genere, in loco sancto vescetur his carnibus, quia Sanctum sanctorum est.

7 Sicut pro peccato offertur hostia, ita et pro delicto : utriusque hostiæ lex una erit : ad sacerdotem, qui eam obtulerit, pertinebit.

8 Sacerdos qui offert holocausti victimam, habebit pellem ejus.

9 Et omne sacrificium similæ, quod coquitur in clibano, et quidquid in craticula, vel in sartagine præparatur, ejus erit sacerdotis a quo offertur :

10 sive oleo conspersa, sive arida fuerint, cunctis filiis Aaron mensura æqua per singulos dividetur.

11 Hæc est lex hostiæ pacificorum quæ offertur Domino.

12 Si pro gratiarum actione oblatio fuerit, offerent panes absque fermento conspersos oleo, et lagana azyma uncta oleo, coctamque similam, et collyridas olei admistione conspersas :

13 panes quoque fermentatos cum hostia gratiarum, quæ immolatur pro pacificis :

14 ex quibus unus pro primitiis offeretur Domino, et erit sacerdotis qui fundet hostiæ sanguinem,

15 cujus carnes eadem comedentur die, nec remanebit ex eis quidquam usque mane.

16 Si voto, vel sponte quispiam obtulerit hostiam, eadem similiter edetur die : sed et si quid in crastinum remanserit, vesci licitum est :

17 quidquid autem tertius invenerit dies, ignis absumet.

18 Si quis de carnibus victimæ pacificorum die tertio comederit, irrita fiet oblatio, nec proderit offerenti : quin potius quæcumque anima tali se edulio contaminaverit, prævaricationis rea erit.

19 Caro, quæ aliquid tetigerit immundum, non comedetur, sed comburetur igni : qui fuerit mundus, vescetur ex ea.

20 Anima polluta quæ ederit de carnibus hostiæ pacificorum, quæ oblata est Domino, peribit de populis suis.

21 Et quæ tetigerit immunditiam hominis, vel jumenti, sive omnis rei quæ polluere potest, et comederit de hujuscemodi carnibus, interibit de populis suis.

22 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

23 Loquere filiis Israël : Adipem ovis, et bovis, et capræ non comedetis.

24 Adipem cadaveris morticini, et ejus animalis, quod a bestia captum est, habebitis in varios usus.

25 Si quis adipem, qui offerri debet in incensum Domini, comederit, peribit de populo suo.

26 Sanguinem quoque omnis animalis non sumetis in cibo, tam de avibus quam de pecoribus.

27 Omnis anima, quæ ederit sanguinem, peribit de populis suis.

28 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

29 Loquere filiis Israël, dicens : Qui offert victimam pacificorum Domino, offerat simul et sacrificium, id est, libamenta ejus.

30 Tenebit manibus adipem hostiæ, et pectusculum : cumque ambo oblata Domino consecraverit, tradet sacerdoti,

31 qui adolebit adipem super altare, pectusculum autem erit Aaron et filiorum ejus.

32 Armus quoque dexter de pacificorum hostiis cedet in primitias sacerdotis.

33 Qui obtulerit sanguinem et adipem filiorum Aaron, ipse habebit et armum dextrum in portione sua.

34 Pectusculum enim elevationis, et armum separationis, tuli a filiis Israël de hostiis eorum pacificis, et dedi Aaron sacerdoti, et filiis ejus, lege perpetua, ab omni populo Israël.

35 Hæc est unctio Aaron et filiorum ejus in cæremoniis Domini die qua obtulit eos Moyses, ut sacerdotio fungerentur,

36 et quæ præcepit eis dari Dominus a filiis Israël religione perpetua in generationibus suis.

37 Ista est lex holocausti, et sacrificii pro peccato atque delicto, et pro consecratione et pacificorum victimis,

38 quam constituit Dominus Moysi in monte Sinai, quando mandabit filiis Israël ut offerrent oblationes suas Domino in deserto Sinai.

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Explanation of Leviticus 7      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

The general summary of this interesting chapter, expressed also in its closing verses, is as follows:—Verses 1-7. Laws of Divine Order concerning the worship of the Lord from the truth of faith

Verses 8-10. The general law that man can only appropriate good as if it were his own

Verses 11-36. Laws concerning the worship of the Lord from freedom

Verses 22-27. The general law that man cannot appropriate good and truth as his own absolutely

Verses 28-36. The appropriation of spiritual and celestial good, when vivified by the Lord and acknowledged to be from Him, by man's exercise of his own powers from the Lord

Verses 37-38. A general summary of the laws of Divine Order concerning worship.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 353, 2187, 2788, 3400, 3813, 3818, 3880, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 392, 417, 468, 778, 782

De Divina Providentia 231

Doctrine of the Lord 9

Vera Christiana Religio 288, 506, 707

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 79, 329, 365, 375, 504, 532, 617, ...

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Exodus 12:10, 22:30, 27:21, 29:24, 30:33, 38

Leviticus 1:1, 2:3, 4, 5, 10, 3:1, 3, 17, 4:24, 33, 5:3, 6, 6:11, 7:11, 20, 21, 25, 27, 29, 8:12, 9:20, 21, 10:14, 15, 11:24, 14:13, 18:29, 19:5, 6, 8, 20:3, 21:22, 22:3, 29, 30, 23:29

Numeri 5:8, 6:15, 20, 15:3, 18:8, 10, 18

Deuteronomium 3

1 Samuelis 20:26

4 Regum 12:17

Paralipomenon 2 29:31, 33:16

Psalms 107:22

Ezechiel 33:25, 40:39

Ezekiel 4:5

1 Corinthios 10:18

Hebrews 13:15

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