4 Mosebok 20

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Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930)         

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1 I den første måned* kom Israels barn, hele menigheten, til ørkenen Sin, og folket blev nogen tid i Kades; der døde Mirjam, og der blev hun begravet; / {* i det firtiende år, 4MO 33, 38.}

2 Men menigheten hadde ikke vann; da samlet de sig mot Moses og Aron.

3 Og folket kivedes med Moses og sa: Å, at vi var omkommet dengang våre brødre omkom for Herrens åsyn!

4 Hvorfor har I ført Herrens menighet inn i denne ørken, så vi må her, både vi og vår buskap?

5 Og hvorfor har I ført oss op fra Egypten, så vi er kommet til dette onde sted, hvor det hverken vokser korn eller fiken eller vintrær eller granatepler, og hvor det ikke finnes vann å drikke?

6 Men Moses og Aron gikk bort fra folket, til inngangen til sammenkomstens telt, og falt ned på sitt ansikt; da åpenbarte Herrens herlighet sig for dem.

7 Og Herren talte til Moses og sa:

8 Ta staven og kall menigheten sammen, du og Aron, din bror, og I skal tale til klippen midt for deres øine, så skal den gi vann fra sig; således skal du la vann strømme ut av klippen for dem og gi både menigheten og dens buskap å drikke.

9 Da tok Moses staven som lå foran Herrens åsyn, således som Herren hadde befalt ham.

10 Og Moses og Aron kalte menigheten sammen foran klippen, og han sa til dem: Nu, I gjenstridige! Mon vi kan la vann strømme frem for eder av denne klippe?

11 Så løftet Moses sin hånd og slo med sin stav to ganger på klippen; da strømmet der meget vann ut, så både menigheten og dens buskap fikk drikke.

12 Men Herren sa til Moses og Aron: Fordi I ikke trodde på mig og ikke helliget mig for Israels barns øine, derfor skal I ikke føre dette folk inn i det land jeg har gitt dem.

13 Dette var Meribas vann, hvor Israels barn kivedes med Herren, og han helliget sig på dem.

14 Fra Kades sendte Moses bud til Edoms konge og lot si: Så sier din bror Israel: Du vet hvor meget ondt vi har lidt.

15 Våre fedre drog ned til Egypten, og vi bodde i Egypten i lang tid, og egypterne fór ille med oss og våre fedre.

16 Da ropte vi til Herren, og han hørte vår bønn og sendte en engel og førte oss ut av Egypten. Og nu er vi her i byen Kades like ved grensen av ditt land.

17 Kjære, la oss få dra gjennem ditt land! Vi skal hverken gå gjennem åker eller vingård, heller ikke drikke vann av nogen brønn; efter kongeveien vil vi dra og ikke bøie av hverken til høire eller til venstre, før vi er kommet gjennem ditt land.

18 Men Edom svarte: Du må ikke dra gjennem mitt land, ellers drar jeg ut mot dig med sverd.

19 Da sa Israels barn til ham: Vi skal følge landeveien, og dersom vi eller vår buskap drikker av ditt vann, så vil jeg gi dig vederlag for det. Det er ikke stort jeg ber om; jeg vil bare dra igjennem på min fot.

20 Men han sa: Du må ikke dra igjennem her. Og Edom drog ut mot ham med en mengde folk og med væbnet hånd.

21 Således nektet Edom Israel å dra gjennem sitt land; og Israel bøide til side for ham.

22 Så brøt de op fra Kades, og Israels barn, hele menigheten, kom til fjellet Hor.

23 Og Herren sa til Moses og Aron ved fjellet Hor, på grensen av Edoms land:

24 Aron skal samles til sine fedre; han skal ikke komme inn i det land jeg har gitt Israels barn, fordi I var gjenstridige mot mitt ord ved Meribas vann.

25 Ta Aron og Eleasar, hans sønn, og før dem op på fjellet Hor,

26 og ta av Aron hans klær og la Eleasar, hans sønn, ta dem på; så skal Aron samles til sine fedre og der.

27 Og Moses gjorde som Herren hadde befalt. De gikk op på fjellet Hor for hele menighetens øine,

28 og Moses tok av Aron hans klær og lot Eleasar, hans sønn, ta dem på, og Aron døde der på toppen av fjellet; men Moses og Eleasar steg ned fra fjellet.

29 Og da hele menigheten så at Aron var død, gråt hele Israels hus over Aron i tretti dager.

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Explanation of Numbers 20      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. A change in the state of the church is described.

Verses 2-6. The opposition of the external to the internal man in a state of temptation, involving deficiency as to truths, and a state of discontent, contention and strife.

Verses 7-11. There is revelation, that man, as of himself, must exercise the power of interior truth in controlling the natural man, and searching the Word, that the natural man may be refreshed; and, in this case, even the internal man does this from a state of indignation; and yet there is an abundant supply of truths.

Verses 12-13. But Divine Good declares that such intelligence and affection cannot lead man to the heavenly state which is entirely from the Lord; and that even the truths of the Word in such circumstances appear to intensify the temptation.

Verses 14-21. Concerning the tendency with the man of the church, in temptation, to suppose that natural good which is selfish good, provided there be truths, is a genuine means of leading to the heavenly life.

Verses 22-29. Revelation is given that corrupted good, or merely representative worship, or external worship separated from internal, must be rejected, since it can form no part of the heavenly life.

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Arcana Coelestia 1678, 2702, 3255, 3322, 4875, 4876, 4936, ...

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si
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sier
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