Numeri 20

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1 Veneruntque filii Israël et omnis multitudo in desertum Sin, mense primo, et mansit populus in Cades. Mortuaque est ibi Maria, et sepulta in eodem loco.

2 Cumque indigeret aqua populus, convenerunt adversum Moysen et Aaron :

3 et versi in seditionem, dixerunt : Utinam periissemus inter fratres nostros coram Domino.

4 Cur eduxistis ecclesiam Domini in solitudinem, ut et nos et nostra jumenta moriamur ?

5 quare nos fecistis ascendere de Ægypto, et adduxistis in locum istum pessimum, qui seri non potest, qui nec ficum gignit, nec vineas, nec malogranata, insuper et aquam non habet ad bibendum ?

6 Ingressusque Moyses et Aaron, dimissa multitudine, tabernaculum fœderis, corruerunt proni in terram, clamaveruntque ad Dominum, atque dixerunt : Domine Deus, audi clamorem hujus populi, et aperi eis thesaurum tuum fontem aquæ vivæ, ut satiati, cesset murmuratio eorum. Et apparuit gloria Domini super eos.

7 Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens :

8 Tolle virgam, et congrega populum, tu et Aaron frater tuus, et loquimini ad petram coram eis, et illa dabit aquas. Cumque eduxeris aquam de petra, bibet omnis multitudo et jumenta ejus.

9 Tulit igitur Moyses virgam, quæ erat in conspectu Domini, sicut præceperat ei,

10 congregata multitudine ante petram : dixitque eis : Audite, rebelles et increduli : num de petra hac vobis aquam poterimus ejicere ?

11 Cumque elevasset Moyses manum, percutiens virga bis silicem, egressæ sunt aquæ largissimæ, ita ut populus biberet et jumenta.

12 Dixitque Dominus ad Moysen et Aaron : Quia non credidistis mihi, ut sanctificaretis me coram filiis Israël, non introducetis hos populos in terram, quam dabo eis.

13 Hæc est aqua contradictionis, ubi jurgati sunt filii Israël contra Dominum, et sanctificatus est in eis.

14 Misit interea nuntios Moyses de Cades ad regem Edom, qui dicerent : Hæc mandat frater tuus Israël : Nosti omnem laborem qui apprehendit nos,

15 quomodo descenderint patres nostri in Ægyptum, et habitaverimus ibi multo tempore, afflixerintque nos Ægyptii, et patres nostros :

16 et quomodo clamaverimus ad Dominum, et exaudierit nos, miseritque angelum, qui eduxerit nos de Ægypto. Ecce in urbe Cades, quæ est in extremis finibus tuis, positi,

17 obsecramus ut nobis transire liceat per terram tuam. Non ibimus per agros, nec per vineas ; non bibemus aquas de puteis tuis : sed gradiemur via publica, nec ad dexteram nec ad sinistram declinantes, donec transeamus terminos tuos.

18 Cui respondit Edom : Non transibis per me, alioquin armatus occurram tibi.

19 Dixeruntque filii Israël : Per tritam gradiemur viam : et si biberimus aquas tuas, nos et pecora nostra, dabimus quod justum est : nulla erit in pretio difficultas, tantum velociter transeamus.

20 At ille respondit : Non transibis. Statimque egressus est obvius, cum infinita multitudo, et manu forti,

21 nec voluit acquiescere deprecanti, ut concederet transitum per fines suos. Quam ob rem divertit ab eo Israël.

22 Cumque castra movissent de Cades, venerunt in montem Hor, qui est in finibus terræ Edom :

23 ubi locutus est Dominus ad Moysen :

24 Pergat, inquit, Aaron ad populos suos : non enim intrabit terram, quam dedi filiis Israël, eo quod incredulus fuerit ori meo, ad aquas contradictionis.

25 Tolle Aaron et filium ejus cum eo, et duces eos in montem Hor.

26 Cumque nudaveris patrem veste sua, indues ea Eleazarum filium ejus : Aaron colligetur, et morietur ibi.

27 Fecit Moyses ut præceperat Dominus : et ascenderunt in montem Hor coram omni multitudine.

28 Cumque Aaron spoliasset vestibus suis, induit eis Eleazarum filium ejus.

29 Illo mortuo in montis supercilio, descendit cum Eleazaro.

30 Omnis autem multitudo videns occubuisse Aaron, flevit super eo triginta diebus per cunctas familias suas.

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Explanation of Numbers 20      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. A change in the state of the church is described.

Verses 2-6. The opposition of the external to the internal man in a state of temptation, involving deficiency as to truths, and a state of discontent, contention and strife.

Verses 7-11. There is revelation, that man, as of himself, must exercise the power of interior truth in controlling the natural man, and searching the Word, that the natural man may be refreshed; and, in this case, even the internal man does this from a state of indignation; and yet there is an abundant supply of truths.

Verses 12-13. But Divine Good declares that such intelligence and affection cannot lead man to the heavenly state which is entirely from the Lord; and that even the truths of the Word in such circumstances appear to intensify the temptation.

Verses 14-21. Concerning the tendency with the man of the church, in temptation, to suppose that natural good which is selfish good, provided there be truths, is a genuine means of leading to the heavenly life.

Verses 22-29. Revelation is given that corrupted good, or merely representative worship, or external worship separated from internal, must be rejected, since it can form no part of the heavenly life.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1678, 2702, 3255, 3322, 4875, 4876, 4936, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 485


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 411, 600, 727, 746

Invitatio 35

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