Gênesis 37

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1 Jacó habitava na terra das peregrinações de seu pai, na terra de Canaã.

2 Estas são as gerações de Jacó. José, aos dezessete anos de idade, estava com seus irmãos apascentando os rebanhos; sendo ainda jovem, andava com os filhos de Bila, e com os filhos de Zilpa, mulheres de seu pai; e José trazia a seu pai más notícias a respeito deles.

3 Israel amava mais a José do que a todos os seus filhos, porque era filho da sua velhice; e fez-lhe uma túnica de várias cores.

4 Vendo, pois, seus irmãos que seu pai o amava mais do que a todos eles, odiavam-no, e não lhe podiam falar pacificamente.

5 José teve um sonho, que contou a seus irmãos; por isso o odiaram ainda mais.

6 Pois ele lhes disse: Ouvi, peço-vos, este sonho que tive:

7 Estávamos nós atando molhos no campo, e eis que o meu molho, levantando-se, ficou em pé; e os vossos molhos o rodeavam, e se inclinavam ao meu molho.

8 Responderam-lhe seus irmãos: Tu pois, deveras reinarás sobre nós? Tu deveras terás domínio sobre nós? Por isso ainda mais o odiavam por causa dos seus sonhos e das suas palavras.

9 Teve José outro sonho, e o contou a seus irmãos, dizendo: Tive ainda outro sonho; e eis que o sol, e a lua, e onze estrelas se inclinavam perante mim.

10 Quando o contou a seu pai e a seus irmãos, repreendeu-o seu pai, e disse-lhe: Que sonho é esse que tiveste? Porventura viremos, eu e tua mãe, e teus irmãos, a inclinar-nos com o rosto em terra diante de ti?

11 Seus irmãos, pois, o invejavam; mas seu pai guardava o caso no seu coração.

12 Ora, foram seus irmãos apascentar o rebanho de seu pai, em Siquém.

13 Disse, pois, Israel a José: Não apascentam teus irmãos o rebanho em Siquém? Vem, e enviar-te-ei a eles. Respondeu-lhe José: Eis-me aqui.

14 Disse-lhe Israel: Vai, se vão bem teus irmãos, e o rebanho; e traze-me resposta. Assim o enviou do vale de Hebrom; e José foi a Siquém.

15 E um homem encontrou a José, que andava errante pelo campo, e perguntou-lhe: Que procuras?

16 Respondeu ele: Estou procurando meus irmãos; dize-me, peço-te, onde apascentam eles o rebanho.

17 Disse o homem: Foram-se daqui; pois ouvi-lhes dizer: Vamos a Dotã. José, pois, seguiu seus irmãos, e os achou em Dotã.

18 Eles o viram de longe e, antes que chegasse aonde estavam, conspiraram contra ele, para o matarem,

19 dizendo uns aos outros: Eis que lá vem o sonhador!

20 Vinde pois agora, fmatemo-lo e lancemo-lo numa das covas; e diremos: uma besta-fera o devorou. Veremos, então, o que será dos seus sonhos.

21 Mas Rúben, ouvindo isso, livrou-o das mãos deles, dizendo: Não lhe tiremos a vida.

22 Também lhes disse Rúben: Não derrameis sangue; lançai-o nesta cova, que está no deserto, e não lanceis mão nele. disse isto para livrá-lo das mãos deles, a fim de restituí-lo a seu pai.

23 Logo que José chegou a seus irmãos, estes o despiram da sua túnica, a túnica de várias cores, que ele trazia;

24 e tomando-o, lançaram-no na cova; mas a cova estava vazia, não havia água nela.

25 Depois sentaram-se para comer; e, levantando os olhos, viram uma caravana de ismaelitas que vinha de Gileade; nos seus camelos traziam tragacanto, bálsamo e mirra, que iam levar ao Egito.

26 Disse Judá a seus irmãos: De que nos aproveita matar nosso irmão e encobrir o seu sangue?

27 Vinde, vendamo-lo a esses ismaelitas, e não seja nossa mão sobre ele; porque é nosso irmao, nossa carne. E escutaram-no seus irmãos.

28 Ao passarem os negociantes midianitas, tiraram José, alçando-o da cova, e venderam-no por vinte siclos de prata aos ismaelitas, os quais o levaram para o Egito.

29 Ora, Rúben voltou à cova, e eis que José não estava na cova; pelo que rasgou as suas vestes

30 e, tornando a seus irmãos, disse: O menino não aparece; e eu, aonde irei?

31 Tomaram, então, a túnica de José, mataram um cabrito, e tingiram a túnica no sangue.

32 Enviaram a túnica de várias cores, mandando levá-la a seu pai e dizer-lhe: Achamos esta túnica; vê se é a túnica de teu filho, ou não.

33 Ele a reconheceu e exclamou: A túnica de meu filho! uma besta-fera o devorou; certamente José foi despedaçado.

34 Então Jacó rasgou as suas vestes, e pôs saco sobre os seus lombos e lamentou seu filho por muitos dias.

35 E levantaram-se todos os seus filhos e todas as suas filhas, para o consolarem; ele, porém, recusou ser consolado, e disse: Na verdade, com choro hei de descer para meu filho até o Seol. Assim o chorou seu pai.

36 Os midianitas venderam José no Egito a Potifar, oficial de Faraó, capitão da guarda.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Gênesis 37      

Napsal(a) Joe David

The stories in the Old Testament foreshadow future events -- not so much historical events, but changes in the spiritual states of humankind.

In the inner meaning, the story of Jacob, and his twelve sons, and Joseph and his dreams, deals with people's eventual rejection of the Divine truths that they would receive from the Lord in the Christian church, and their acceptance of falsities instead.

Specifically, this chapter is about the way that some theologians in the Christian church developed the idea of salvation by faith alone, when the Lord really wants us to conjoin faith and charity in our lives.

This seems like a stretch - that a story from 3500+ years ago could be foreshadowing modern theological arguments. And yet, human beings, as partly-spiritual creatures, are always players in a big, long spiritual story - and the Old Testament stories are archetypes for things we wrestle with in our own lives. For the details of this story's meaning, look at Arcana Coelestia 4665, and the following passages.

Here is an excerpt from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that helps start explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

"The subject treated of in this chapter in the internal sense is the Divine truths which are from the Lord‘s Divine Human, that in course of time they have been rejected in the church, and that at last falsities have been received in their stead. Specifically, those are described who are in faith separate from charity, in that they are against the Lord’s Divine Human." AC 4665.

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 37      

Napsal(a) Joe David

The stories in the Old Testament foreshadow future events -- not so much historical events, but changes in the spiritual states of humankind.

In the inner meaning, the story of Jacob, and his twelve sons, and Joseph and his dreams, deals with people's eventual rejection of the Divine truths that they would receive from the Lord in the Christian church, and their acceptance of falsities instead.

Specifically, this chapter is about the way that some theologians in the Christian church developed the idea of salvation by faith alone, when the Lord really wants us to conjoin faith and charity in our lives.

This seems like a stretch - that a story from 3500+ years ago could be foreshadowing modern theological arguments. And yet, human beings, as partly-spiritual creatures, are always players in a big, long spiritual story - and the Old Testament stories are archetypes for things we wrestle with in our own lives. For the details of this story's meaning, look at Arcana Coelestia 4665, and the following passages.

Here is an excerpt from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that helps start explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

"The subject treated of in this chapter in the internal sense is the Divine truths which are from the Lord‘s Divine Human, that in course of time they have been rejected in the church, and that at last falsities have been received in their stead. Specifically, those are described who are in faith separate from charity, in that they are against the Lord’s Divine Human." AC 4665.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcanos Celestes 4665, 4666, 4668, 4675, 4678, 4679, 4680, ...


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 755, 1463, 1616, 2909, 3242, 3263, 4286, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 351

True Christian Religion 727


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 434, 448, 637, 654, 750

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pai
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canaã
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dezessete
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irmãos
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rebanhos
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filhos
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mulheres
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filho
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túnica
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campo
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sonhos
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palavras
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estrelas
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mãe
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siquém
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enviar
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vem
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comer
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olhos
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camelos
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bálsamo
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egito
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Judá
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irmão
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nos
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carne
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vinte
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prata
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vestes
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Saco
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lamentou
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muitos
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dias
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consolado
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descer
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seol
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faraó
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capitão
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guarda
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 Clothespin Figure of Joseph
Make a clothespin figure of Joseph and a coat of many colors for him to wear.
Project | Ages over 3

 Correspondences of Color
Illustrations of three stories in the Word that mention colors. (Quotations are the King James translation.)
Coloring Page | Ages 7 - 14

 Dream Charades from the Joseph Story
This activity reviews the six dreams in the Joseph series, dreamed by Joseph, the butler, the baker, and Pharaoh.
Activity | Ages 11 - 16

 Family Worship: The Joseph Story
Religion Lesson | All Ages

 Jacob’s Sons
Spiritual tasks offer a reflection on a Biblical story and suggest a task for spiritual growth.
Activity | Ages over 18

 Joseph and His Brothers
A New Church Bible story explanation for teaching Sunday school. Includes lesson materials for Primary (3-8 years), Junior (9-11 years), Intermediate (12-14 years), Senior (15-17 years) and Adults.
Teaching Support | Ages over 3

 Joseph and His Brothers
Family lessons provide a worship talk and a variety of activities for children and teens..
Religion Lesson | Ages 4 - 17

 Joseph and His Brothers
The story of Joseph features several dreams that held a promise of things to come.
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph and His Brothers
This lesson discusses a story from the Word and suggests projects and activities for young children.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 4 - 6

 Joseph and His Brothers
Lesson outline provides teaching ideas with questions for discussion, projects, and activities.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 7 - 10

 Joseph and His Coat
Coloring Page | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors
Color and cut out Joseph and his colorful coat, then use to act out the story.
Project | Ages over 3

 Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors
A lesson for younger children with discussion ideas and a project.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 4 - 6

 Joseph Is Given a Coat of Many Colors
Coloring Page | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph Is Sold
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph's Coat
Coloring Page | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors
Coloring Page | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph's Coat of Many Colors Retold
A simpler version of the story for younger children.
Story | Ages over 3

 Joseph's Coat (sheet music)
Song | Ages 4 - 14

 Joseph's Dreams - Level A
Complete lesson with activity choices: make sun, moon, and stars pieces and act out Joseph's first dream; learn an action rhyme about Joseph's second dream with video demonstration; scripted story discussion; coloring picture; and a memory verse.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 4 - 6

 Joseph's Dreams - Level B
Complete lesson with activity choices: play a card game matching talents and needs; make a diorama of the sun, moon, and stars bowing down to Joseph; scripted story discussion; coloring picture; and a memory verse.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 7 - 10

 Joseph's Dreams - Level C
Complete lesson with activity choices: watch and discuss a video about Joseph's Brothers in Your Head, learn what Joseph represents and make a folding star to show how we can seek to be like Joseph, read and reflect on a door handle sign about listening to your dreams, and a scripted story discussion.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 11 - 14

 Joseph's Dreams - Level D
Complete lesson with activity choices: watch and discuss a video about Joseph's Brothers in Your Head, act out scenarios in pairs to practice behaving with integrity, read and reflect on a door handle sign about listening to your dreams, and a scripted story discussion.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 15 - 17

 Joseph Sold into Slavery
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph the Favorite
Joseph's brothers are jealous of him and sell him into slavery.
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Joseph Wears His Coat of Many Colors
A beautiful color illustration of Jacob giving Joseph a special gift
Picture | All Ages

 Overview of Joseph a Man of Integrity Levels A B C D for Ages 3-18
Overview of the Youth Journey Program "Joseph: a man of integrity", Levels A, B, C, and D for ages 3-18.
Sunday School Lesson | Ages 3 - 18

 The Coat of Many Colors
In reality, the majority of our persecutions come from within ourselves. Evil spirits attack us by stirring up selfish tendencies and attitudes.
Worship Talk | Ages over 18

 The Story of Joseph
Examining the life and character of Joseph teaches us about how the Lord leads each of our lives.
Worship Talk | Ages over 18

 What Is True Wisdom?
Spiritual tasks offer a reflection on a Biblical story and suggest a task for spiritual growth.
Activity | Ages over 18


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