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1 Da den kana'anittiske konge i Arad, som bodde i sydlandet, hørte at Israel drog frem på veien til Atarim, gav han sig i strid med Israel og førte nogen av dem bort som fanger.

2 Da gjorde Israel et løfte til Herren og sa: Gir du dette folk i min hånd, så vil jeg slå deres byer med bann.

3 Og Herren hørte Israels bønn og overgav kana'anittene til dem, og de slo dem og deres byer med bann; og de kalte stedet Horma*. / {* bann.}

4 Så brøt de op fra fjellet Hor og tok veien til det øde Hav for å dra omkring Edoms land; men på veien blev folket utålmodig,

5 og de talte mot Gud og mot Moses og sa: Hvorfor har I ført oss op fra Egypten, så vi må her i ørkenen? For her er hverken brød eller vann, og vi er inderlig leie av denne usle mat.

6 Da sendte Herren seraf-slanger* inn iblandt folket, og de bet folket; og der døde meget folk av Israel. / {* brennende d.e. giftige slanger.}

7 kom folket til Moses og sa: Vi har syndet, fordi vi har talt mot Herren og mot dig; bed til Herren at han vil ta slangene fra oss! Og Moses bad for folket.

8 Da sa Herren til Moses: Gjør dig en seraf-slange og sett den på en stang, så skal hver den som er bitt og ser på den, få leve.

9 Så gjorde Moses en kobberslange og satte den på en stang; og når en slange hadde bitt nogen, og han så på kobberslangen, blev han i live.

10 Siden brøt Israels barn op og leiret sig i Obot.

11 Så brøt de op fra Obot og leiret sig ved Ije-Ha'abarim i ørkenen rett i øst for Moab.

12 Derfra brøt de op og leiret sig i Sered-dalen.

13 Derfra brøt de op og leiret sig på hin side Arnon, som går gjennem ørkenen og kommer fra amorittenes land; for Arnon er grensen mellem Moab og amorittene.

14 Derfor sies det i boken om Herrens kriger: Vaheb tok de med storm og bekkene, Arnons bekker,

15 og bekkelien som strekker sig bort til Ar-bygden og støter til Moabs grense.

16 Derfra brøt de op til Be'er; det er den brønn som Herren talte om da han sa til Moses: Kall folket sammen, så vil jeg gi dem vann.

17 Da sang Israel denne sang: Vell op, du brønn! Hils den med sang!

18 Du brønn som høvdinger har gravd, som folkets ypperste har boret med herskerstav, med sine kongespir! Fra ørkenen brøt de op til Matana

19 og fra Matana til Nahaliel og fra Nahaliel til Bamot

20 og fra Bamot til den dal som ligger i Moab-marken, tett ved toppen av Pisga, og hvor en skuer ut over ørkenen.

21 Så sendte Israel bud til Sihon, amorittenes konge, og lot si:

22 La mig få dra gjennem ditt land! Vi skal ikke komme inn på akrene eller i vingårdene, heller ikke drikke vann av nogen brønn; efter kongeveien vil vi dra, til vi er kommet gjennem ditt land.

23 Men Sihon gav ikke Israel lov til å dra gjennem sitt land. Han samlet alt sitt folk og drog ut i ørkenen mot Israel, og han kom til Jahas og stred mot Israel.

24 Men Israel slo ham med sverdets egg og tok hans land fra Arnon til Jabbok, til Ammons barns land; for Ammons barns grense var befestet.

25 Og Israel tok alle disse byer; og Israel bosatte sig i alle amorittenes byer, i Hesbon og alle byer som hørte under det.

26 For Hesbon var Sihons, amoritter-kongens, stad; han hadde ført krig mot Moabs forrige konge og tatt alt hans land fra ham like til Arnon.

27 Derfor sier skalden: Kom til Hesbon! Bygges og grunnfestes skal Sihons stad;

28 for ild fór ut fra Hesbon, en lue fra Sihons stad; den fortærte Ar i Moab, dem som bodde på høidene ved Arnon.

29 Ve dig, Moab! Fortapt er du, Kamos' folk! Han* har sendt sine sønner som flyktninger og sine døtre som fanger til amorittenes konge Sihon. / {* nemlig Kamos, moabittenes fornemste avgud.}

30 Og vi skjøt dem ned; ødelagt er Hesbon, like til Dibon! vi herjet til Nofah, med ild helt til Medba.

31 Så blev Israel boende i amorittenes land.

32 Og Moses sendte folk for å utspeide Jaser, og de* tok de byer som hørte under det; og han drev ut amorittene som bodde der. / {* israelittene.}

33 Så vendte de sig til en annen kant og drog opover til Basan; men Og, kongen i Basan, drog ut mot dem til Edre'i med alt sitt folk for å stride mot dem.

34 Da sa Herren til Moses: Frykt ikke for ham! For jeg har gitt ham og alt hans folk og hans land i din hånd, og du skal gjøre med ham som du gjorde med Sihon, amorittenes konge, som bodde i Hesbon.

35 slo de ham og hans sønner og alt hans folk, så ingen blev tilbake eller slapp unda; og de tok hans land i eie.

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Explanation of Numbers 21      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. A temptation from the merely natural man, through its rational faculty, is described.

Verses 4-9. Another temptation causing distress on account of falsities from evil, during which there is a tendency to return to merely natural states, and sensual lusts prevail; but there is application to the Word, and earnest prayer for deliverance, and then revelation that the Lord's Human is to be made Divine through temptations, and that, therefore, every one in the church has power from Him, by faith, to overcome the promptings of the sensual life.

Verses 10-20. Other changes of state in which the man of the church is protected.

Verses 21-35. And lastly, he is disposed, in another state of temptation, to temporize with evils in general; but discovering his error, resists his enemies, both generally and in particular, by the help of the Lord, and thus the external man is subdued, both as to selfish love and worldly love.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 276, 425, 897, 1664, 1756, 2468, 2686, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 11, 49, 455, 469, 485, 775, 862

Conjugial Love 77

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 103

True Christian Religion 265, 279


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 70, 537, 581, 727, 734

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 59

De Verbo (The Word) 15

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