5 Mosebok 9

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1 Hør, Israel! Du går nu over Jordan for å komme inn og legge under dig folk som er større og sterkere enn du, og som har store byer med murer som når til himmelen,

2 et stort folk og høit av vekst, anakittenes barn, som du selv kjenner, og som du selv har hørt det ord om: Hvem kan stå sig mot Anaks barn?

3 Så skal du da vite idag at Herren din Gud, han som går frem foran dig som en fortærende ild, han skal ødelegge dem, og han skal ydmyke dem for dig, så du skal drive dem bort og tilintetgjøre dem i hast, således som Herren har sagt til dig.

4 Når nu Herren din Gud driver dem ut for dig, må du ikke tenke som så: Det er for min rettferdighets skyld Herren har ført mig inn i dette land og latt mig få det til eiendom. Nei, det er for disse hedningers ugudelighets skyld Herren driver dem ut for dig.

5 Ikke for din rettferdighets skyld eller for ditt opriktige hjertes skyld kommer du inn i deres land og tar det i eie; men det er for deres ugudelighets skyld Herren din Gud driver disse hedninger ut for dig, og for å holde det ord Herren har svoret dine fedre Abraham, Isak og Jakob.

6 Så skal du da vite at det ikke er for din rettferdighets skyld Herren din Gud gir dig dette gode land til eie; for du er et hårdnakket folk.

7 Kom i hu og glem ikke hvorledes du vakte Herrens, din Guds vrede i ørkenen! Like fra den dag du gikk ut av Egyptens land, og til I Kom til dette sted, har I vært gjenstridige mot Herren.

8 Allerede ved Horeb vakte I Herrens vrede, og Herren harmedes på eder, så han vilde ha gjort ende på eder.

9 Da jeg var gått op på fjellet for å ta imot stentavlene, tavlene med den pakt som Herren hadde gjort med eder, blev jeg på fjellet i firti dager og firti netter uten å ete brød og uten å drikke vann.

10 Og Herren gav mig de to stentavler, skrevet med Guds finger, og på dem stod alle de ord Herren hadde talt med eder på fjellet midt ut av ilden den dag I var samlet der.

11 Det var da de firti dager og firti netter var til ende at Herren gav mig de to stentavler, paktens tavler.

12 Og Herren sa til mig: Skynd dig og stig ned herfra! Ditt folk, som du førte ut av Egypten, har fordervet sin vei; de er hastig veket av fra den vei jeg bød dem å vandre; de har gjort sig et støpt billede.

13 Og Herren sa til mig: Jeg har lagt merke til dette folk og sett at det er et hårdnakket folk.

14 La nu mig få råde, så vil jeg gjøre ende på dem og utslette deres navn under himmelen, og jeg vil gjøre dig til et sterkere og større folk enn dette.

15 Da vendte jeg mig og gikk ned av fjellet, mens fjellet stod i brennende lue, og i mine to hender hadde jeg paktens to tavler.

16 Og jeg fikk se at I hadde syndet mot Herren eders Gud og gjort eder en støpt kalv; I var hastig veket av fra den vei Herren hadde befalt eder å vandre.

17 Så tok jeg og kastet fra mig begge tavlene som jeg hadde i mine hender, og slo dem i stykker for eders øine.

18 Og jeg kastet mig ned for Herrens åsyn, likesom første gang, i firti dager og firti netter, uten å ete brød og uten å drikke vann - for alle eders synders skyld som I hadde forsyndet eder med ved å gjøre det som ondt var i Herrens øine, så I egget ham til vrede.

19 For jeg fryktet for den vrede og harme som optendtes mot eder hos Herren, så han vilde gjøre ende på eder. Og Herren hørte mig denne gang og.

20 Også på Aron var Herren så vred at han vilde ødelegge ham; men jeg bad også for Aron den gang.

21 Men eders syndige verk, kalven som I hadde gjort, tok jeg og kastet på ilden og knuste og malte den vel, til den blev til fint støv, og støvet kastet jeg i bekken som flyter ned fra fjellet.

22 Også i Tabera og i Massa og i Kibrot-Hatta'ava vakte I Herrens vrede.

23 Og da Herren sendte eder fra Kades-Barnea og sa: Dra op og innta landet som jeg har gitt eder, da var I gjenstridige mot Herrens, eders Guds ord og trodde ikke på ham og hørte ikke på hans røst.

24 Gjenstridige har I vært mot Herren så lenge jeg har kjent eder.

25 Så kastet jeg mig da ned for Herrens åsyn i de firti dager og firti netter I vet, fordi Herren hadde sagt at han vilde gjøre ende på eder.

26 Og jeg bad til Herren og sa: Herre, Herre, ødelegg ikke ditt folk og din arv, som du frelste med din store kraft, og som du førte ut av Egypten med sterk hånd!

27 Kom i hu dine tjenere Abraham, Isak og Jakob! Se ikke på dette folks hårdhet og dets ugudelighet og dets synd,

28 forat ikke de som bor i det land du har ført oss ut av, skal si: Fordi Herren ikke maktet å føre dem inn i det land han hadde tilsagt dem, og fordi han hatet dem, førte han dem ut i ørkenen og lot dem omkomme der.

29 De er jo ditt folk og din arv, som du har ført ut med din store kraft og med din utrakte arm.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 9      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-6. There is no righteousness naturally in the soul.

Verses 7-29. The dualism in the mind between what is spiritual and what is natural, and the stubborn rejection of all good by the latter.

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Arcana Coelestia 583, 627, 730, 5798, 7205, 7418, 7673, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 350, 529, 748

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 51

Doctrine of Life 59, 60

True Christian Religion 284, 285


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1 Mosebok 15:16

2 Mosebok 6:6, 13:3, 17:2, 19:5, 23:23, 31:18, 32:1, 33:13, 17, 34:28

3 Mosebok 18:24, 26:42, 45

4 Mosebok 11:1, 2, 3, 4, 34, 14:1, 2, 9, 13, 16, 32:14, 33:51

5 Mosebok 1:2, 6, 8, 27, 28, 3:18, 4:1, 12, 13, 15, 24, 38, 5:15, 23, 7:1, 2, 22, 23, 9:6, 8, 12, 19, 24, 26, 29, 10:4, 10, 16, 18:12, 20:1, 31:27, 32:9, 26, 27, 33:8

Josvas 1:11, 15, 3:11, 7:9, 11:8, 12, 21, 14:12

Dommernes 4:14

1 Kongebok 8:51, 15:13

2 Krønikebok 34:7

Esras 10:6

Nehemias 1:10

Salmenes 28:9, 57:1, 74:2, 78:8, 40, 106:19, 40, 130:3

Esaias 11:11, 48:8, 19, 64:8

Jeremias 4:17, 44:9

Esekiel 20:8, 9, 13, 36:22

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Lukas 4:1

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