1 Mosebok 11

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1 Og hele jorden hadde ett tungemål og ens tale.

2 Og da de drog frem mot øst, fant de en slette i landet Sinear, og de bosatte sig der.

3 Og de sa til hverandre: Kom, la oss gjøre teglsten og brenne dem vel! Og de brukte tegl istedenfor sten, og jordbek istedenfor kalk.

4 sa de: Kom, la oss bygge oss en by med et tårn som når op til himmelen, og gjøre oss et navn, så vi ikke skal spres over hele jorden!

5 Da steg Herren ned for å se byen og tårnet som menneskenes barn hadde begynt å bygge.

6 Og Herren sa: Se, de er ett folk, og ett tungemål har de alle; dette er det første de tar sig fore, og nu vil intet være umulig for dem, hvad de så får i sinne å gjøre.

7 La oss da stige ned der og forvirre deres tungemål, så den ene ikke forstår den andres tungemål!

8 Så spredte Herren dem derfra over hele jorden, og de holdt op med å bygge på byen.

9 Derfor kalte de den Babel; for der forvirret Herren hele jordens tungemål, og derfra spredte Herren dem ut over hele jorden.

10 Dette er historien om Sems ætt: Da Sem var hundre år gammel, fikk han sønnen Arpaksad to år efter vannflommen.

11 Og efterat Sem hadde fått Arpaksad, levde han ennu fem hundre år og fikk sønner og døtre.

12 Da Arpaksad var fem og tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen Salah.

13 Og efterat Arpaksad hadde fått Salah, levde han ennu fire hundre og tre år og fikk sønner og døtre.

14 Da Salah var tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen Eber.

15 Og efterat Salah hadde fått Eber, levde han ennu fire hundre og tre år og fikk sønner og døtre.

16 Da Eber var fire og tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen Peleg.

17 Og efterat Eber hadde fått Peleg, levde han ennu fire hundre og tretti år og fikk sønner og døtre.

18 Da Peleg var tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen e'u.

19 Og efterat Peleg hadde fått e'u, levde han ennu to hundre og ni år og fikk sønner og døtre.

20 Da e'u var to og tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen Serug.

21 Og efterat e'u hadde fått Serug, levde han ennu to hundre og syv år og fikk sønner og døtre.

22 Da Serug var tretti år gammel, fikk han sønnen Nakor.

23 Og efterat Serug hadde fått Nakor, levde han ennu to hundre år og fikk sønner og døtre.

24 Da Nakor var ni og tyve år gammel, fikk han sønnen Tarah.

25 Og efterat Nakor hadde fått Tarah, levde han ennu hundre og nitten år og fikk sønner og døtre.

26 Da Tarah var sytti år gammel, fikk han sønnene Abram, Nakor og Haran.

27 Dette er historien om Tarah og hans ætt: Tarah fikk sønnene Abram, Nakor og Haran. Og Haran fikk sønnen Lot.

28 Og Haran døde hos sin far Tarah i sitt fedreland, i Ur i Kaldea.

29 Og Abram og Nakor tok sig hustruer; Abrams hustru hette Sarai, og Nakors hustru hette Milka og var en datter av Haran, far til Milka og Jiska.

30 Og Sarai var ufruktbar, hun hadde ikke noget barn.

31 Og Tarah tok med sig Abram, sin sønn, og Lot, Harans sønn, sin sønnesønn, og Sarai, sin sønnekone, sin sønn Abrams hustru; og de drog ut sammen fra Ur i Kaldea for å reise til Kana'ans land, og de kom til Karan og bosatte sig der.

32 Og Tarahs dager blev to hundre og fem år; så døde Tarah i Karan.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 470, 737, 1020, 1279, 1280, 1281, 1282, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 412


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 482, 575, 1183, 1221, 1283, 1430, 1799, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 717

The Last Judgement 54, 58

True Christian Religion 121, 276, 754


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Apocalypse Explained 1029

Five Memorable Relations 21

Last Judgment (Posthumous) 107, 108

Spiritual Experiences 155, 4984

Marriage 121

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