4 Mosebok 12

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1 Engang talte Mirjam og Aron ille om Moses for den etiopiske kvinnes skyld som han hadde tatt til hustru; for han hadde ektet en etiopisk kvinne.

2 Og de sa: Er det bare Moses Herren har talt med, har han ikke talt med oss og? Og Herren hørte det.

3 Men Moses var en meget saktmodig mann, mere enn alle mennesker på jorden.

4 Og med ett sa Herren til Moses og til Aron og til Mirjam: Gå ut, alle tre, til sammenkomstens telt! Og de gikk ut alle tre.

5 Da kom Herren ned i en skystøtte og stod i inngangen til teltet, og han kalte på Aron og Mirjam, og de gikk ut begge to.

6 Og han sa: Hør nu hvad jeg har å si eder: Er det en profet som I, så gir jeg, Herren, mig til kjenne for ham i syner og taler med ham i drømmer.

7 Men så er det ikke med min tjener Moses; han er tro i hele mitt hus.

8 Munn til Munn taler jeg med ham, klart og ikke i gåter, og han skuer Herrens skikkelse. Hvorledes kunde I da våge å tale ille om Moses, min tjener?

9 Og Herrens vrede optendtes mot dem, og han gikk bort.

10 Og da skyen vek bort fra teltet, se, da var Mirjam spedalsk, hvit som sne; og da Aron vendte sig mot Mirjam, så han at hun var spedalsk.

11 Da sa Aron til Moses: Hør mig, herre! La oss ikke lide for en synd vi har gjort i vår dårskap!

12 La henne ikke være som et dødt foster, hvis kjøtt er halvt fortært når det kommer ut av morsliv!

13 Da ropte Moses til Herren og sa: Akk Gud, helbred henne!

14 Og Herren sa til Moses: Om hennes far hadde spyttet henne i ansiktet, skulde hun da ikke sitte med skammen i syv dager? La henne holdes innestengt utenfor leiren i syv dager, så kan hun komme tilbake igjen.

15 Og Mirjam blev holdt innestengt utenfor leiren i syv dager; og folket brøt ikke op før Mirjam var kommet tilbake igjen.

16 Derefter brøt folket op fra Haserot og leiret sig i ørkenen Paran.

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Explanation of Numbers 12      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-5. On the opposition of perverted good and perverted truth to Divine Truth in a state of temptation.

Verses 6-9. There is revelation in consequence, showing the distinction between the manifestation of truth to the internal and the external, or to the celestial and spiritual man, and also that the external man is averted from the Lord and ceases to recognize the truth.

Verses 10-12. And then, when truth is revealed without appearances, there is profanation, which, seen and acknowledged, induces a state of repentance.

Verses 13-16. Consequently, there is, internally, a desire for restoration from a state of profanation; and revelation is made that this can only be removed by regeneration successively.


Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1676, 2714, 4236, 10570

Apocalypse Revealed 862

Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 624, 650

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