Numeri 27

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1 Accesserunt autem filiæ Salphaad, filii Hepher, filii Galaad, filii Machir, filii Manasse, qui fuit filius Joseph : quarum sunt nomina, Maala, et Noa, et Hegla, et Melcha, et Thersa.

2 Steteruntque coram Moyse et Eleazaro sacerdote et cunctis principibus populi ad ostium tabernaculi fœderis, atque dixerunt :

3 Pater noster mortuus est in deserto, nec fuit in seditione, quæ concitata est contra Dominum sub Core, sed in peccato suo mortuus est : hic non habuit mares filios. Cur tollitur nomen illius de familia sua, quia non habuit filium ? date nobis possessionem inter cognatos patris nostri.

4 Retulitque Moyses causam earum ad judicium Domini.

5 Qui dixit ad eum :

6 Justam rem postulant filiæ Salphaad : da eis possessionem inter cognatos patris sui, et ei in hæreditatem succedant.

7 Ad filios autem Israël loqueris hæc :

8 Homo cum mortuus fuerit absque filio, ad filiam ejus transibit hæreditas.

9 Si filiam non habuerit, habebit successores fratres suos.

10 Quod si et fratres non fuerint, dabitis hæreditatem fratribus patris ejus.

11 Sin autem nec patruos habuerit, dabitur hæreditas his qui ei proximi sunt. Eritque hoc filiis Israël sanctum lege perpetua, sicut præcepit Dominus Moysi.

12 Dixit quoque Dominus ad Moysen : Ascende in montem istum Abarim, et contemplare inde terram, quam daturus sum filiis Israël.

13 Cumque videris eam, ibis et tu ad populum tuum, sicut ivit frater tuus Aaron :

14 quia offendistis me in deserto Sin in contradictione multitudinis, nec sanctificare me voluistis coram ea super aquas. Hæ sunt aquæ contradictionis in Cades deserti Sin.

15 Cui respondit Moyses :

16 Provideat Dominus Deus spirituum omnis carnis hominem, qui sit super multitudinem hanc :

17 et possit exire et intrare ante eos, et educere eos vel introducere : ne sit populus Domini sicut oves absque pastore.

18 Dixitque Dominus ad eum : Tolle Josue filium Nun, virum in quo est spiritus, et pone manum tuam super eum.

19 Qui stabit coram Eleazaro sacerdote et omni multitudine :

20 et dabis ei præcepta cunctis videntibus, et partem gloriæ tuæ, ut audiat eum omnis synagoga filiorum Israël.

21 Pro hoc, si quid agendum erit, Eleazar sacerdos consulet Dominum. Ad verbum ejus egredietur et ingredietur ipse, et omnes filii Israël cum eo, et cetera multitudo.

22 Fecit Moyses ut præceperat Dominus : cumque tulisset Josue, statuit eum coram Eleazaro sacerdote et omni frequentia populi.

23 Et impositis capiti ejus manibus, cuncta replicavit quæ mandaverat Dominus.

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Explanation of Numbers 27      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-11. Instruction with regard to those who are in good without truths, and with regard to their salvation.

Verses 1-4. Their origin and quality are described, and also their earnest desire for salvation and for the knowledge of the truth.

Verses 5-11. Only Divine Truth conjoined with Divine Good can decide, and give the laws of order in this case.

Verses 12-14. Concerning the separation of those who have been in merely representative worship, or in external worship without internal, and thence in mistaken zeal, that they may have a general view of heavenly principles in all their beauty, but cannot realize them.

Verses 15-23. But, on the other hand, that those who are governed by the truth combating against evil, provided they contend in subordination to Divine Good and Divine Truth, will ultimately do so, if they are obedient.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 878, 1678, 3255, 3703, 3862, 8588, 9857, ...

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