2 Mosebok 32

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1 Men da folket så at Moses drygde med å komme ned fra fjellet, samlet folket sig om Aron og sa til ham: Kom, gjør oss en gud som kan dra foran oss! For denne Moses, han som førte oss op fra Egyptens land - vi vet ikke hvad det er blitt av ham.

2 Da sa Aron til dem: Ta gullringene som eders hustruer, eders sønner og eders døtre har i sine ører, og kom til mig med dem!

3 Da tok alt folket gullringene ut av sine ører og kom til Aron med dem;

4 og han tok imot gullet og støpte det om og laget det med meiselen til en kalv. Da sa de: Dette er din Gud, Israel, som førte dig op fra Egyptens land.

5 Da Aron så dette, bygget han et alter for den og lot utrope: Imorgen er det høitid for Herren!

6 Dagen efter stod de tidlig op og ofret brennoffer og bar frem takkoffer; og folket satte sig ned for å ete og drikke og stod op for å leke.

7 Da sa Herren til Moses: Skynd dig og stig ned! Ditt folk, som du har ført op fra Egyptens land, har fordervet sin vei.

8 De er hastig veket av fra den vei jeg bød dem å vandre; de har gjort sig en støpt kalv; den har de tilbedt og ofret til og sagt: Dette er din Gud, Israel, som førte dig op fra Egyptens land.

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

10 La nu mig få råde, så min vrede kan optendes mot dem, og jeg kan ødelegge dem; så vil jeg gjøre dig til et stort folk.

11 Men Moses bønnfalt Herren sin Gud og sa: Herre! Hvorfor skal din vrede optendes mot ditt folk, som du har ført ut av Egyptens land med stor kraft og med veldig hånd?

12 Hvorfor skal egypterne si: Til ulykke har han ført dem ut; han vilde slå dem ihjel i fjellene og utrydde dem av jorden? Vend om fra din brennende vrede og angre det onde du har tenkt å gjøre mot ditt folk!

13 Kom i hu dine tjenere Abraham, Isak og Israel, til hvem du har sagt og svoret ved dig selv: Jeg vil gjøre eders ætt tallrik som stjernene på himmelen, og hele dette land som jeg har talt om, vil jeg gi eders ætt, og de skal eie det til evig tid.

14 Så angret Herren det onde han hadde talt om å gjøre mot sitt folk.

15 Og Moses vendte sig og gikk ned fra fjellet med vidnesbyrdets to tavler i sin hånd, og på begge sider av tavlene var der skrevet; både på forsiden og baksiden var der skrevet.

16 Og tavlene var Guds arbeid, og skriften var Guds skrift, som var inngravd på tavlene.

17 Da Josva hørte hvorledes folket støiet og skrek, sa han til Moses: Det lyder krigsrop i leiren.

18 Men han svarte: Det lyder ikke som seiersrop og ikke som skrik over mannefall; det er lyd av sang jeg hører.

19 Og da Moses kom nær til leiren, så han kalven og dansen; da optendtes hans vrede; han kastet tavlene fra sig og slo dem i stykker ved foten av fjellet.

20 Og han tok kalven som de hadde gjort, og kastet den på ilden og knuste den til den blev til støv, og støvet strødde han ovenpå vannet og gav Israels barn det å drikke.

21 sa Moses til Aron: Hvad har dette folk gjort dig, siden du har ført så stor en synd over det?

22 Aron svarte: La ikke din vrede optendes, herre! Du vet selv at dette folk ligger i det onde;

23 de sa til mig: Gjør oss en gud som kan dra foran oss! For denne Moses, han som førte oss op fra Egyptens land - vi vet ikke hvad det er blitt av ham.

24 Da sa jeg til dem: Den som har gullsmykker på sig, ta dem av sig! Så gav de mig dem, og jeg kastet dem på ilden, og således blev denne kalv til.

25 Da Moses så at folket var ustyrlig - for Aron hadde sloppet det løs til spott for deres motstandere -

26 så stilte han sig i porten til leiren og sa: Hver den som hører Herren til, han komme hit til mig! Da samlet alle Levis barn sig om ham.

27 Og han sa til dem: Så sier Herren, Israels Gud: Hver binde sitt sverd ved sin lend! Gå så frem og tilbake fra port til port i leiren og slå ihjel hver sin bror og hver sin venn og hver sin frende!

28 Og Levis barn gjorde som Moses sa; og den dag falt det av folket omkring tre tusen mann.

29 For Moses sa: Innvi eder idag til prester for Herren, om det så er med blodet av sønn eller bror; så skal han idag gi eder sin velsignelse.

30 Dagen efter sa Moses til folket: I har gjort en stor synd. Nu vil jeg stige op til Herren; kanskje jeg kunde gjøre soning for eders synd.

31 Så vendte Moses tilbake til Herren og sa: Akk, dette folk har gjort en stor synd; de har gjort sig en gud av gull.

32 Å, om du vilde forlate dem deres synd! Men hvis ikke, da slett mig ut av din bok som du har skrevet!

33 Da sa Herren til Moses: Hver den som har syndet mot mig, ham vil jeg slette ut av min bok.

34 Så gå nu og før folket dit jeg har sagt dig! Se, min engel skal gå foran dig, men på min hjemsøkelses dag vil jeg hjemsøke dem for deres synd.

35 Således slo Herren folket fordi de hadde gjort kalven - den som Aron hadde laget.

  

Exploring the Meaning of 2 Mosebok 32      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 10393. In the internal sense in this chapter there is described that a church could not be instituted among the Israelitish people, because they were wholly in externals without any internal; and that to prevent their profaning the holy things of heaven and the church, interior things were completely closed with them. That this people was wholly in externals without any internal, is signified by the "golden calf" which they worshiped instead of Jehovah. And that interior things with them were completely closed, lest they should profane the holy things of heaven and of the church, is signified by the tables of the Law being broken by Moses, and by Moses grinding the golden calf and strewing the dust into the waters and giving them to drink, and also by their being slain in the camp by the sons of Levi to the number of three thousand men.

Arcana Coelestia 10394. It is further described in the internal sense that although a church could not be instituted among them, there were nevertheless among them representatives which are ultimates of the church, to the end that the Word might be written, which should close in these ultimates. These things are signified by Jehovah‘s being entreated by Moses.

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Exploring the Meaning of Exodus 32      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 10393. In the internal sense in this chapter there is described that a church could not be instituted among the Israelitish people, because they were wholly in externals without any internal; and that to prevent their profaning the holy things of heaven and the church, interior things were completely closed with them. That this people was wholly in externals without any internal, is signified by the "golden calf" which they worshiped instead of Jehovah. And that interior things with them were completely closed, lest they should profane the holy things of heaven and of the church, is signified by the tables of the Law being broken by Moses, and by Moses grinding the golden calf and strewing the dust into the waters and giving them to drink, and also by their being slain in the camp by the sons of Levi to the number of three thousand men.

Arcana Coelestia 10394. It is further described in the internal sense that although a church could not be instituted among them, there were nevertheless among them representatives which are ultimates of the church, to the end that the Word might be written, which should close in these ultimates. These things are signified by Jehovah‘s being entreated by Moses.

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Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 375, 588, 2180, 2242, 3103, 4197, 4289, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 256, 433, 490, 529, 555, 669

Divine Providence 95, 132

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 51

Doctrine of Life 59

True Christian Religion 226, 284, 323


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Apocalypse Explained 199, 222, 279, 365, 392, 433, 1156, ...

Canons of the New Church 31

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