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1 Så brøt Israels barn op og leiret sig på Moabs ødemarker på hin side Jordan midt imot Jeriko.

2 Da Balak, Sippors sønn, så alt det Israel hadde gjort mot amorittene,

3 da blev Moab meget redd for folket, fordi det var så tallrikt, og de grudde for Israels barn.

4 Og Moab sa til de eldste i Midian: Nu vil denne store flokk ete op alt det som er her rundt omkring oss, likesom oksen eter op markens grønne urter. - På den tid var Balak, Sippors sønn, konge i Moab.

5 Han sendte bud til Bileam, Beors sønn, i Petor, som ligger ved den store elv, til det land hvor han bodde blandt sitt folk, for å be ham komme og si til ham: Se, her er kommet et folk fra Egypten; det fyller hele landet, og det har leiret sig midt imot mig.

6 Så kom nu og forbann dette folk for mig, for det er mig for mektig! Kanskje jeg da kunde slå det og drive det ut av landet; for jeg vet at den du velsigner, er velsignet, og den du forbanner, er forbannet.

7 Og Moabs eldste drog avsted sammen med Midians eldste og hadde spåmannslønn med sig; og de kom til Bileam og bar frem Balaks ord til ham.

8 Da sa han til dem: Bli her inatt, så vil jeg gi eder svar efter som Herren taler til mig. Og Moabs høvdinger blev hos Bileam.

9 Da kom Gud til Bileam og sa: Hvad er det for folk som er hos dig?

10 Bileam svarte Gud: Balak, Sippors sønn, kongen i Moab, har sendt dette bud til mig:

11 Se, her er kommet et folk fra Egypten som fyller hele landet; kom nu og forbann det for mig! Kanskje jeg da blir i stand til å stride mot det og drive det ut.

12 Da sa Gud til Bileam: Du skal ikke gå med dem; du skal ikke forbanne folket, for det er velsignet.

13 Om morgenen, da Bileam var stått op, sa han til Balaks høvdinger: Dra hjem til eders land! For Herren vil ikke gi mig lov til å følge med eder.

14 Da tok Moabs høvdinger avsted, og da de kom tilbake til Balak, sa de: Bileam vilde ikke følge med oss.

15 Da sendte Balak andre høvdinger, flere og gjævere enn de første.

16 Og de kom til Bileam og sa til ham: Så sier Balak, Sippors sønn: Kjære, la dig ikke hindre fra å komme til mig!

17 Jeg vil vise dig stor ære, og alt det du sier til mig, vil jeg gjøre; så kom da og forbann dette folk for mig!

18 Da svarte Bileam og sa til Balaks tjenere: Om Balak gav mig hele sitt hus fullt av sølv og gull, kunde jeg ikke overtrede Herrens, min Guds ord, hverken i smått eller stort.

19 Men bli nu også I her inatt, forat jeg kan få vite hvad mere Herren har å si mig.

20 Og Gud kom til Bileam om natten og sa til ham: Dersom disse menn er kommet for å hente dig, så gjør dig ferdig og dra med dem! Men gjør ikke annet enn hvad jeg sier til dig!

21 Om morgenen stod Bileam op og salte sin aseninne og drog med Moabs høvdinger.

22 Men Guds vrede optendtes fordi han reiste, og Herrens engel stilte sig på veien for å stå ham imot da han kom ridende på sin aseninne og hadde sine to tjenere med sig.

23 Og aseninnen så Herrens engel, som stod på veien med et draget sverd i sin hånd; da tok den av veien og ut på marken; men Bileam slo aseninnen for å vike den inn på veien igjen.

24 Siden stilte Herrens engel sig på en smal vei mellem vingårdene, hvor det var stengjerde på begge sider.

25 Og da aseninnen så Herrens engel, trykte den sig inn til muren og klemte Bileams fot mot muren; da slo han den igjen.

26 Så gikk Herrens engel lenger frem og stilte sig på et trangt sted, hvor det ingen råd var til å bøie av, hverken til høire eller til venstre.

27 Og da aseninnen så Herrens engel, la den sig ned under Bileam; da optendtes Bileams vrede, og han slo aseninnen med sin kjepp.

28 Men Herren oplot aseninnens munn, og den sa til Bileam: Hvad har jeg gjort dig, siden du nu har slått mig tre ganger?

29 Bileam svarte aseninnen: Du har hatt mig til narr. Hadde jeg bare et sverd i min hånd, så vilde jeg nu slå dig ihjel.

30 Da sa aseninnen til Bileam: Er ikke jeg din aseninne, som du har ridd på all din tid like til denne dag? Har jeg nogensinne hatt for vis å gjøre således mot dig? Han sa: Nei!

31 Og Herren oplot Bileams øine, så han så Herrens engel, som stod på veien med et draget sverd i sin hånd; da bøide han sig og falt ned på sitt ansikt.

32 Og Herrens engel sa til ham: Hvorfor har du nu tre ganger slått din aseninne? Se, jeg er gått ut for å stå dig imot; for jeg ser at denne vei fører til fordervelse.

33 Aseninnen så mig og har nu tre ganger bøid av veien for mig; hvis den ikke hadde bøid av veien for mig, så hadde jeg nu slått dig ihjel, men latt den leve.

34 Da sa Bileam til Herrens engel: Jeg har syndet, fordi jeg ikke skjønte at du stod imot mig på veien; men hvis det er dig imot, så vil jeg vende tilbake.

35 Herrens engel sa til Bileam: Følg med mennene! Men tal ikke annet enn hvad jeg sier til dig! Så fulgte Bileam med Balaks høvdinger.

36 Da Balak hørte at Bileam kom, drog han ham i møte til den by i Moab som ligger på grensen ved Arnon, ved den ytterste grense.

37 Og Balak sa til Bileam: Sendte jeg ikke bud til dig og bad dig komme hit? Hvorfor kom du ikke til mig? Mener du jeg ikke skulde kunne vise dig ære nok?

38 Bileam svarte: Nu ser du jeg er kommet til dig; men står det vel i min makt å tale noget? Det ord Gud legger i min munn, det må jeg tale.

39 Så drog Bileam med Balak, og de kom til Kirjat-Husot.

40 Og Balak ofret storfe og småfe og sendte til Bileam og de høvdinger som var med ham.

41 Morgenen efter tok Balak Bileam med sig og førte ham op på Bamot Ba'al; derfra så han den ytterste del av folket.

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Explanation of Numbers 22      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. The man of the church comes into a state of the adulteration of good externally.

Verses 2-4. But those who are internally in such a state fear genuine spiritual truths.

Verses 5-7. And hence they consult falsity derived from evil, which interprets the Word from selfish love.

Verses 8-14. The false teacher, however, is forbidden to cause aversion from the Lord in the truly spiritual man, and, outwardly, he is constrained to submit.

Verses 15-21. But he is now more strongly tempted by evil, inwardly desiring to comply with its promptings, notwithstanding his knowledge of the truth; and hence he is permitted to go forward in the path of error.

Verse 22. And yet Divine Truth is really opposed to him, while, by means of his rational powers he endeavours to carry out his purposes.

Verse 23. But even natural reason recognizes Divine Truth, and is afraid of it, being thereby diverted from error and urgent for the cultivation of good, while evil is persistent, and therefore injures the Rational.

Verses 24-25. Again, the progress of error is impeded by the opposition of the truth in an accommodated form, yet still the false teacher persists, the natural affections are injured, and the Rational is further perverted.

Verses 26-35. And, thirdly, Divine Truth opposes error in the state where falsity is confirmed, and the Rational is therefore prostrated, but still has power to speak, from the Lord, convincing truths; and reproof from Divine Truth Itself follows, producing repentance, but only outwardly.

Verses 36-41.And therefore the false teacher is permitted to continue his career and to come into communication with adulterated good.

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