Numeri 32

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1 Filii autem Ruben et Gad habebant pecora multa, et erat illis in jumentis infinita substantia. Cumque vidissent Jazer et Galaad aptas animalibus alendis terras,

2 venerunt ad Moysen, et ad Elezarum sacerdotem, et principes multitudinis, atque dixerunt :

3 Ataroth, et Dibon, et Jazer, et Nemra, Hesebon, et Eleale, et Saban, et Nebo, et Beon,

4 terra, quam percussit Dominus in conspectu filiorum Israël, regio uberrima est ad pastum animalium : et nos servi tui habemus jumenta plurima,

5 precamurque si invenimus gratiam coram te, ut des nobis famulis tuis eam in possessionem, nec facias nos transire Jordanem.

6 Quibus respondit Moyses : Numquid fratres vestri ibunt ad pugnam, et vos hic sedebitis ?

7 cur subvertitis mentes filiorum Israël, ne transire audeant in locum, quem eis daturus est Dominus ?

8 Nonne ita egerunt patres vestri, quando misi de Cadesbarne ad explorandam terram ?

9 cumque venissent usque ad Vallem botri, lustrata omni regione, subverterunt cor filiorum Israël, ut non intrarent fines, quos eis Dominus dedit.

10 Qui iratus juravit, dicens :

11 Si videbunt homines isti, qui ascenderunt ex Ægypto a viginti annis et supra, terram, quam sub juramento pollicitus sum Abraham, Isaac, et Jacob : et noluerunt sequi me,

12 præter Caleb filium Jephone Cenezæum, et Josue filium Nun : isti impleverunt voluntatem meam.

13 Iratusque Dominus adversum Israël, circumduxit eum per desertum quadraginta annis, donec consumeretur universa generatio, quæ fecerat malum in conspectu ejus.

14 Et ecce, inquit, vos surrexistis pro patribus vestris, incrementa et alumni hominum peccatorum, ut augeretis furorem Domini contra Israël.

15 Quod si nolueritis sequi eum, in solitudine populum derelinquet, et vos causa eritis necis omnium.

16 At illi prope accedentes, dixerunt : Caulas ovium fabricabimus, et stabula jumentorum, parvulis quoque nostris urbes munitas :

17 nos autem ipsi armati et accincti pergemus ad prælium ante filios Israël, donec introducamus eos ad loca sua. Parvuli nostri, et quidquid habere possumus, erunt in urbibus muratis, propter habitatorum insidias.

18 Non revertemur in domos nostras, usque dum possideant filii Israël hæreditatem suam :

19 nec quidquam quæremus trans Jordanem, quia jam habemus nostram possessionem in orientali ejus plaga.

20 Quibus Moyses ait : Si facitis quod promittitis, expediti pergite coram Domino ad pugnam :

21 et omnis vir bellator armatus Jordanem transeat, donec subvertat Dominus inimicos suos,

22 et subjiciatur ei omnis terra : tunc eritis inculpabiles apud Dominum et apud Israël, et obtinebitis regiones, quas vultis, coram Domino.

23 Sin autem quod dicitis, non feceritis, nulli dubium est quin peccetis in Deum : et scitote quoniam peccatum vestrum apprehendet vos.

24 Ædificate ergo urbes parvulis vestris, et caulas, et stabula ovibus ac jumentis : et quod polliciti estis, implete.

25 Dixeruntque filii Gad et Ruben ad Moysen : Servi tui sumus : faciemus quod jubet dominus noster.

26 Parvulos nostros, et mulieres, et pecora, ac jumenta relinquemus in urbibus Galaad :

27 nos autem famuli tui omnes expediti pergemus ad bellum, sicut tu, domine, loqueris.

28 Præcepit ergo Moyses Eleazaro sacerdoti, et Josue filio Nun, et principibus familiarum per tribus Israël, et dixit ad eos :

29 Si transierint filii Gad et filii Ruben vobiscum Jordanem omnes armati ad bellum coram Domino, et vobis fuerit terra subjecta, date eis Galaad in possessionem.

30 Sin autem noluerint transire armati vobiscum in terram Chanaan, inter vos habitandi accipiant loca.

31 Responderuntque filii Gad et filii Ruben : Sicut locutus est Dominus servis suis, ita faciemus :

32 ipsi armati pergemus coram Domino in terram Chanaan, et possessionem jam suscepisse nos confitemur trans Jordanem.

33 Dedit itaque Moyses filiis Gad et Ruben, et dimidiæ tribui Manasse filii Joseph, regnum Sehon regis Amorrhæi, et regnum Og regis Basan, et terram eorum cum urbibus suis per circuitum.

34 Igitur exstruxerunt filii Gad, Dibon, et Ataroth, et Aroër,

35 et Etroth, et Sophan, et Jazer, et Jegbaa,

36 et Bethnemra, et Betharan, urbes munitas, et caulas pecoribus suis.

37 Filii vero Ruben ædificaverunt Hesebon, et Eleale, et Cariathaim,

38 et Nabo, et Baalmeon versis nominibus, Sabama quoque : imponentes vocabula urbibus, quas exstruxerunt.

39 Porro filii Machir filii Manasse, perrexerunt in Galaad, et vastaverunt eam interfecto Amorrhæo habitatore ejus.

40 Dedit ergo Moyses terram Galaad Machir filio Manasse, qui habitavit in ea.

41 Jair autem filius Manasse abiit, et occupavit vicos ejus, quos appellavit Havoth Jair, id est, Villas Jair.

42 Nobe quoque perrexit, et apprehendit Chanath cum viculis suis : vocavitque eam ex nomine suo Nobe.

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Explanation of Numbers 32      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-4. The perception of the natural man from the Lord or the perception of those who are in faith and good works in the external church, that various truths, which have been applied to selfish purposes, are to be rendered useful to the man of the church.

Verse 5. They perceive also that the delights of the external man are to be kept distinct from those of the internal man.

Verses 6-15. But Divine Truth teaches that the spiritual man cannot engage successfully in temptation without the co-operation of the natural man; that the separated natural man hinders and opposes the progress of the spiritual towards the heavenly life, either causing a long series of temptations, or condemnations and vastation, and that therefore a caution is necessary to the natural man who desires to enjoy his own peculiar delights.

Verses 16-32. But the new natural man is willing to co-operate with the spiritual man in the subjugation of evil, while still desiring to live his own life distinctly; and this is agreeable to Divine Truth, to Divine Good, and to the primary truths of the church.

Verses 33-38. And hence it actually happens that those who are in good works, and those who are in faith, in the external church come into the possession of the natural powers establishing themselves in doctrines of good and truth according te their requirements.

Verses 39-42. And hence, too, it follows that the new will of good is firmly established in the inmost of the natural man; the general evil principle being expelled; the interior natural is enlightened and confirmed in Divine Truths; and even the sensual man shares in the purification.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 434, 435

Apocalypsis Revelata 352


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 730, 2280, 4117, 4759, 9437, 10076, 10225


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypsis Explicata 440, 633, 654

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filii
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ruben
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Gad
Gad, in a supreme sense, signifies omnipotence; in a spiritual sense, the good of life, or use; and in a natural sense, works. Gad, in...

terras
'Lands' of different nations are used in the Word to signify the different kinds of love prevalent in the inhabitants.

Hesebon
'Heshbon,' as mentioned in Jeremiah 49:3, signifies the fructification of truth in the natural self.

terra
'Lands' of different nations are used in the Word to signify the different kinds of love prevalent in the inhabitants.

percussit
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dominus
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nobis
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fratres
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patres
Father in the Word means what is most interior, and in those things that are following the Lord's order, it means what is good. In...

terram
"Earth" in the Bible can mean a person or a group of like-minded people as in a church. But it refers specifically to the external...

dedit
Like other common verbs, the meaning of "give" in the Bible is affected by context: who is giving what to whom? In general, though, giving...

Iratus
'Wrath,' as in Genesis 49:7, signifies aversion from truth. 'Great wrath,' as in Revelation 12:12, signifies hatred against the new church.

viginti
'Twenty,' when referring to a quantity, signifies everything, or fullness, because it is ten twice. In Genesis 18:31, 'twenty', like all numbers occurring in the...

juramento
'To sware' is a binding.

Abraham
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Isaac
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caleb
Caleb, In Numbers 14:24, represents those who are introduced into the church, and, accordingly, his seed signifies the truth of the doctrine of the church.

quadraginta
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malum
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furorem
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ante
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hæreditatem
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peccatum
In the Word three terms are used to mean bad things that are done. These three are transgression, iniquity, and sin, and they are here...

bellum
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præcepit
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tribus
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Chanaan
Canaan signifies a worship in things external without internals, which arose out of the internal church corrupted, called Ham. Thus it is that Ham is...

servis suis
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Machir
Machir' signifies the same as 'Manasseh' because Machir was the son of Manasseh.

Machir filio Manasse
Machir' signifies the same as 'Manasseh' because Machir was the son of Manasseh.

filius
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nomine
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