Numeri 11

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1 Interea ortum est murmur populi, quasi dolentium pro labore, contra Dominum. Quod cum audisset Dominus, iratus est. Et accensus in eos ignis Domini, devoravit extremam castrorum partem.

2 Cumque clamasset populus ad Moysen, oravit Moyses ad Dominum, et absorptus est ignis.

3 Vocavitque nomen illius, Incensio : eo quod incesus fuisset contra eos ignis Domini.

4 Vulgus quippe promiscuum, quod ascenderat cum eis, flagravit desiderio, sedens et flens, junctis sibi pariter filiis Israël, et ait : Quis dabit nobis ad vescendum carnes ?

5 recordamur piscium quos comedebamus in Ægypto gratis : in mentem nobis veniunt cucumeres, et pepones, porrique, et cæpe, et allia.

6 Anima nostra arida est : nihil aliud respiciunt oculi nostri nisi man.

7 Erat autem man quasi semen coriandri, coloris bdellii.

8 Circuibatque populus, et colligens illud, frangebat mola, sive terebat in mortario, coquens in olla, et faciens ex eo tortulas saporis quasi panis oleati.

9 Cumque descederet nocte super castra ros, descendebat pariter et man.

10 Audivit ergo Moyses flentem populum per familias, singulos per ostia tentorii sui. Iratusque est furor Domini valde : sed et Moysi intoleranda res visa est,

11 et ait ad Dominum : Cur afflixisti servum tuum ? quare non invenio gratiam coram te ? et cur imposuisti pondus universi populi hujus super me ?

12 Numquid ego concepi omnem hanc multitudinem, vel genui eam, ut dicas mihi : Porta eos in sinu tuo sicut portare solet nutrix infantulum, et defer in terram, pro qua jurasti patribus eorum ?

13 Unde mihi carnes ut dem tantæ multitudini ? flent contra me, dicentes : Da nobis carnes ut comedamus.

14 Non possum solus sustinere omnem hunc populum, quia gravis est mihi.

15 Sin aliter tibi videtur, obsecro ut interficias me, et inveniam gratiam in oculis tuis, ne tantis afficiar malis.

16 Et dixit Dominus ad Moysen : Congrega mihi septuaginta viros de senibus Israël, quos tu nosti quod senes populi sint ac magistri : et duces eos ad ostium tabernaculi fœderis, faciesque ibi stare tecum,

17 ut descendam et loquar tibi : et auferam de spiritu tuo, tradamque eis, ut sustentent tecum onus populi, et non tu solus graveris.

18 Populo quoque dices : Sanctificamini (cras comedetis carnes : ego enim audivi vos dicere : Quis dabit nobis escas carnium ? bene nobis erat in Ægypto), ut det vobis Dominus carnes, et comedatis :

19 non uno die, nec duobus, vel quinque aut decem, nec viginti quidem,

20 sed usque ad mensem dierum, donec exeat per nares vestras, et vertatur in nauseam, eo quod replueritis Dominum, qui in medio vestri est, et fleveritis coram eo, dicentes : Quare egressi sumus ex Ægypto ?

21 Et ait Moyses : Sexcenta millia peditum hujus populi sunt : et tu dicis : Dabo eis esum carnium mense integro ?

22 numquid ovium et boum multitudo cædetur, ut possit sufficere ad cibum ? vel omnes pisces maris in unum congregabuntur, ut eos satient ?

23 Cui respondit Dominus : Numquid manus Domini invalida est ? jam nunc videbis utrum meus sermo opere compleatur.

24 Venit igitur Moyses, et narravit populo verba Domini, congregans septuaginta viros de senibus Israël, quos stare fecit circa tabernaculum.

25 Descenditque Dominus per nubem, et locutus est ad eum, auferens de spiritu qui erat in Moyse, et dans septuaginta viris. Cumque requievisset in eis spiritus, prophetaverunt, nec ultra cessaverunt.

26 Remanserat autem in castris duo viri, quorum unus vocabatur Eldad, et alter Medad, super quos requievit spiritus. Nam et ipsi descripti fuerant, et non exierant ad tabernaculum.

27 Cumque prophetarent in castris, cucurrit puer, et nuntiavit Moysi, dicens : Eldad et Medad prophetant in castris.

28 Statim Josue filius Nun, minister Moysi, et electus e pluribus, ait : Domine mi Moyses, prohibe eos.

29 At ille : Quid, inquit æmularis pro me ? quis tribuat ut omnis populus prophetet, et det eis Dominus spiritum suum ?

30 Reversusque est Moyses, et majores natu Israël in castra.

31 Ventus autem egrediens a Domino, arreptans trans mare coturnices detulit, et demisit in castra itinere quantum uno die confici potest, ex omni parte castrorum per circuitum, volabantque in aëre duobus cubitis altitudine super terram.

32 Surgens ergo populus toto die illo, et nocte, ac die altero, congregavit coturnicum : qui parum, decem coros : et siccaverunt eas per gyrum castrorum.

33 Adhuc carnes erant in dentibus eorum, nec defecerat hujuscemodi cibus : et ecce furor Domini concitatus in populum, percussit eum plaga magna nimis.

34 Vocatusque est ille locus, Sepulchra concupiscentiæ : ibi enim sepelierunt populum qui desideraverat. Egressi autem de Sepulchris concupiscentiæ, venerunt in Haseroth, et manserunt ibi.

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Explanation of Numbers 11      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. A state of temptation is described, causing aversion from the Lord, and the predominance of lusts in the external man; but intercession is made and deliverance follows.

Verses 4-6 and 10-15. Another state of temptation succeeds, in which there is a desire, externally, to return into the delights of the merely natural man, and a want of confidence in the Lord internally, resulting in a state of despair.

Verses 7-9. The good of truth is described, with which, in the temptation, the man of the church is disgusted.

Verses 16-18. Concerning the orderly arrangement of truths by the Lord, revelation, the conjunction of truth with good, and the appropriation of good.

Verses 19-23. But the corrupted man desires only natural delights; while the truly spiritual man is in doubt and distress, and consequently receives consolation.

Verses 24-30. And now, therefore, a new arrangement of truths actually occurs, and consequently revelation, and the power to teach.

Verses 31-35. Besides which, there is an abundant supply of natural delight, which, with the true man of the church, is good legitimately appropriated; but the wicked pervert this good by application to lusts, and, therefore, suffer the destruction of remains, and total vastation. But the good experience a change of state, coming into peace and tranquillity in externals.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8452


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 574, 999, 3579, 3814, 4236, 5215, 6524, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 489, 599, 657, 862


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypsis Explicata 146, 504, 513, 750, 1082

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 22

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