4 Mosebok 27

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1 Men Selofhads døtre - han var sønn av Hefer, Gileads sønn, som igjen var sønn av Makir, Manasses sønn, av Manasses, Josefs sønns ætt, og hans døtre hette Mahla, Noa og Hogla og Milka og Tirsa -

2 de gikk frem for Moses og Eleasar, presten, og høvdingene og hele menigheten ved inngangen til sammenkomstens telt og sa:

3 Vår far døde i ørkenen, og han var ikke med i den flokk som satte sig op mot Herren - i Korahs flokk - men han døde for sin egen synds skyld*, og han hadde ingen sønner. / {* 4MO 14, 29.}

4 Hvorfor skal vår fars navn gå ut av hans ætt, fordi om han ingen sønn hadde? Gi oss eiendom blandt vår fars brødre!

5 Og Moses førte deres sak frem for Herrens åsyn.

6 Da sa Herren til Moses:

7 Selofhads døtre har rett i det de sier; du skal gi dem eiendom til arv blandt deres fars brødre og la deres fars arv gå over til dem.

8 Og til Israels barn skal du tale således: Når en mann dør, og han ingen sønn har, da skal I la hans arv gå over til hans datter.

9 Og dersom han ingen datter har, så skal I gi hans brødre hans arv.

10 Og dersom han ingen brødre har, så skal I gi hans fars brødre hans arv.

11 Men dersom hans far ingen brødre har, så skal I gi hans arv til den nærmeste frende i ætten; han skal arve den. Dette skal være gjeldende rett blandt Israels barn, således som Herren har befalt Moses.

12 Siden sa Herren til Moses: Stig op på Abarim-fjellet her og se utover landet som jeg har gitt Israels barn!

13 Og når du har sett det, da skal du og samles til dine fedre likesom din bror Aron blev samlet til sine fedre,

14 fordi I var. gjenstridige mot mitt ord i ørkenen Sin, dengang menigheten kivedes med mig, og I skulde helliget mig ved å la vann strømme frem for deres øine. Det er Meribas vann ved Kades i ørkenen Sin.

15 Da talte Moses til Herren og sa:

16 Herre, du Gud som råder over livsens ånde i alt kjød, vil du ikke sette en mann over menigheten,

17 som kan gå ut og inn foran dem, og som kan føre dem ut og føre dem inn, så Herrens menighet ikke skal være som får uten hyrde!

18 Og Herren sa til Moses: Ta Josva, Nuns sønn. Han er en mann som det er ånd i. Legg din hånd på ham,

19 og still ham frem for Eleasar, presten, og for hele menigheten og innsett ham i hans tjeneste for deres øine,

20 og legg noget av din verdighet på ham, så hele Israels barns menighet må lyde ham!

21 Og han skal stå frem for Eleasar, presten, og Eleasar skal for Herrens åsyn søke urims dom for ham; efter hans ord skal de gå ut, og efter hans ord skal de gå inn, han selv med alle Israels barn og hele menigheten.

22 Så gjorde Moses som Herren hadde befalt ham; han tok Josva og stilte ham frem for Eleasar, presten, og for hele menigheten,

23 og han la sine hender på ham og innsatte ham i hans tjeneste, således som Herren hadde talt ved Moses.

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Explanation of Numbers 27      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-11. Instruction with regard to those who are in good without truths, and with regard to their salvation.

Verses 1-4. Their origin and quality are described, and also their earnest desire for salvation and for the knowledge of the truth.

Verses 5-11. Only Divine Truth conjoined with Divine Good can decide, and give the laws of order in this case.

Verses 12-14. Concerning the separation of those who have been in merely representative worship, or in external worship without internal, and thence in mistaken zeal, that they may have a general view of heavenly principles in all their beauty, but cannot realize them.

Verses 15-23. But, on the other hand, that those who are governed by the truth combating against evil, provided they contend in subordination to Divine Good and Divine Truth, will ultimately do so, if they are obedient.

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makir
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josefs
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sønns
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døde
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gitt
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