4 Mosebok 32

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Det Norsk Bibelselskap (1930)         

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1 ubens barn og Gads barn hadde en mengde fe, en svær mengde; og da de så at Jasers land og Gileads land var vel skikket for feavl,

2 kom de - både Gads barn og ubens barn - og sa til Moses og Eleasar, presten, og menighetens høvdinger:

3 Atarot og Dibon og Jaser og Nimra og Hesbon og El'ale og Sebam og Nebo og Beon,

4 det land som Herren har latt Israels menighet vinne med sverdet, er et land som er vel skikket for feavl, og dine tjenere har meget fe.

5 Og de sa: Dersom vi har funnet nåde for dine øine, så la dine tjenere få dette land til eiendom, la oss slippe å dra over Jordan!

6 Da sa Moses til Gads barn og ubens barn: Skal eders brødre dra i krigen, og I bli her?

7 Hvorfor vil I vende Israels barns hu bort, så de ikke vil dra over til det land Herren hat gitt dem?

8 Det samme gjorde eders fedre da jeg sendte dem fra Kades-Barnea for å se på landet;

9 da de hadde draget op til Eskoldalen og hadde sett på landet, vendte de Israels barns hu bort, så de ikke vilde gå inn i det land Herren hadde gitt dem.

10 Den dag optendtes Herrens vrede, og han svor og sa:

11 Ingen av de menn som drog op fra Egypten, fra tyveårsalderen og opover, skal få se det land som jeg har tilsvoret Abraham, Isak og Jakob; for de har ikke fulgt mig som de skulde -

12 ingen uten Kaleb, Jefunnes sønn, kenisitten, og Josva, Nuns sønn; for de har trolig fulgt Herren.

13 Så optendtes Herrens vrede mot Israel, og han lot dem vanke om i ørkenen i firti år, til hele den slekt var utdød som hadde gjort det som var ondt i Herrens øine.

14 Og nu treder I i eders fedres spor, en yngel av syndige menn, for ennu mere å øke Herrens brennende vrede mot Israel;

15 for vender I eder bort, så I ikke vil følge ham, da vil han la Israel bli ennu lenger i ørkenen, og I vil føre ulykke over hele dette folk.

16 Da gikk de frem til ham og sa: Vi vil bare bygge hegn her for vårt fe og byer for våre kvinner og barn,

17 men selv vil vi skyndsomt væbne oss og dra frem foran Israels barn, til vi har ført dem dit de skal; men våre kvinner og barn skal bli i de faste byer, så de kan være trygge for landets innbyggere.

18 Vi vil ikke vende tilbake til våre hus før Israels barn har fått hver sin arv;

19 for vi vil ikke ta arv med dem på den andre side av Jordan og lenger borte når vi har fått vår arv på denne side, østenfor Jordan.

20 Da sa Moses til dem: Dersom I gjør dette, så I væbner eder for Herrens åsyn til krigen,

21 og alle eders væbnede menn drar over Jordan for Herrens åsyn, til han har drevet sine fiender bort fra sine øine,

22 og I ikke vender tilbake før landet er undertvunget for Herrens åsyn, så skal I være uten skyld både for Herren og for Israel, og I skal ha landet her til eiendom for Herrens åsyn.

23 Men dersom I ikke gjør så, da synder I mot Herren, og I skal vite at eders synd skal finne eder.

24 Bygg eder da byer for eders kvinner og barn og hegn for eders småfe, og gjør som I har lovt!

25 Da sa Gads barn og ubens barn til Moses: Dine tjenere skal gjøre som min herre har befalt;

26 våre barn, våre hustruer, vårt fe og alle våre kløvdyr skal bli her i Gileads byer;

27 men dine tjenere, så mange av oss som er væbnet til strid, vil dra over Jordan for Herrens åsyn og være med i krigen, således som min herre sier.

28 Og Moses gav befaling om dem til Eleasar, presten, og Josva, Nuns sønn, og overhodene for familiene i Israels barns stammer.

29 Og Moses sa til dem: Dersom Gads barn og ubens barn, så mange av dem som er væbnet, drar med eder over Jordan til krigen for Herrens åsyn, og I legger landet under eder, da skal I gi dem Gileads land til eiendom;

30 men dersom de ikke drar væbnet over med eder, da skal de få sin eiendom i Kana'ans land, sammen med eder andre.

31 Og Gads barn og ubens barn svarte og sa: Det som Herren har sagt til dine tjenere, det vil vi gjøre;

32 Vi vil dra væbnet over til Kana'ans land for Herrens åsyn, men vår arve-eiendom skal være på denne side av Jordan.

33 Så lot Moses Gads barn og ubens barn og halvdelen av Manasses, Josefs sønns stamme få de riker som Sihon, amorittenes konge, og Og, kongen i Basan, hadde eid, hele landet med byer og omliggende marker, alle byene i landet rundt omkring.

34 Og Gads barn bygget op igjen Dibon og Atarot og Aroer

35 og Atrot-Sofan og Jaser og Jogbeha

36 og Bet-Nimra og Bet-Haran, faste byer og hegn for feet.

37 Og ubens barn bygget op igjen Hesbon og El'ale og Kirjata'im

38 og Nebo og Ba'al-Meon, hvis navn blev forandret, og Sibma; og de gav de byer som de bygget op igjen, deres navn.

39 Og Makirs, Manasses sønns barn drog til Gilead og inntok det og drev amorittene, som bodde der, bort.

40 Og Moses gav Makir*, Manasses sønn, Gilead, og han bodde der. / {* nemlig hans efterkommere.}

41 Og Ja'ir, Manasses sønn, drog avsted og inntok deres* landsbyer; og han kalte dem Ja'irs byer. / {* amorittenes.}

42 Og Nobah drog avsted og inntok Kenat med tilhørende småbyer; og han kalte det Nobah efter sitt eget navn.

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Explanation of Numbers 32      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-4. The perception of the natural man from the Lord or the perception of those who are in faith and good works in the external church, that various truths, which have been applied to selfish purposes, are to be rendered useful to the man of the church.

Verse 5. They perceive also that the delights of the external man are to be kept distinct from those of the internal man.

Verses 6-15. But Divine Truth teaches that the spiritual man cannot engage successfully in temptation without the co-operation of the natural man; that the separated natural man hinders and opposes the progress of the spiritual towards the heavenly life, either causing a long series of temptations, or condemnations and vastation, and that therefore a caution is necessary to the natural man who desires to enjoy his own peculiar delights.

Verses 16-32. But the new natural man is willing to co-operate with the spiritual man in the subjugation of evil, while still desiring to live his own life distinctly; and this is agreeable to Divine Truth, to Divine Good, and to the primary truths of the church.

Verses 33-38. And hence it actually happens that those who are in good works, and those who are in faith, in the external church come into the possession of the natural powers establishing themselves in doctrines of good and truth according te their requirements.

Verses 39-42. And hence, too, it follows that the new will of good is firmly established in the inmost of the natural man; the general evil principle being expelled; the interior natural is enlightened and confirmed in Divine Truths; and even the sensual man shares in the purification.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Explained 434, 435

Apocalypse Revealed 352


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 730, 2280, 4117, 4759, 9437, 10076, 10225


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 440, 633, 654

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