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1 Então toda a congregação levantou a voz e gritou; e o povo chorou naquela noite.

2 E todos os filhos de Israel murmuraram contra Moisés e Arão; e toda a congregação lhes disse: Antes tivéssemos morrido na terra do Egito, ou tivéssemos morrido neste deserto!

3 Por que nos traz o Senhor a esta terra para cairmos à espada? Nossas mulheres e nossos pequeninos serão por presa. Não nos seria melhor voltarmos para o Egito?

4 E diziam uns aos outros: Constituamos um por chefe o voltemos para o Egito.

5 Então Moisés e Arão caíram com os rostos por terra perante toda a assembléia da congregação dos filhos de Israel.

6 E Josué, filho de Num, e Calebe, filho de Jefoné, que eram dos que espiaram a terra, rasgaram as suas vestes;

7 e falaram a toda a congregação dos filhos de Israel, dizendo: A terra, pela qual passamos para a espiar, é terra muitíssimo boa.

8 Se o Senhor se agradar de nós, então nos introduzirá nesta terra e no-la dará; terra que mana leite e mel.

9 Tão somente não sejais rebeldes contra o Senhor, e não temais o povo desta terra, porquanto são eles nosso pão. Retirou-se deles a sua defesa, e o Senhor está conosco; não os temais.

10 Mas toda a congregação disse que fossem apedrejados. Nisso a glória do Senhor apareceu na tenda da revelação a todos os filhos de Israel.

11 Disse então o Senhor a Moisés: Até quando me desprezará este povo e até quando não crerá em mim, apesar de todos os sinais que tenho feito no meio dele?

12 Com pestilência o ferirei, e o rejeitarei; e farei de ti uma nação maior e mais forte do que ele.

13 Respondeu Moisés ao Senhor: Assim os egípcios o ouvirão, eles, do meio dos quais, com a tua força, fizeste subir este povo,

14 e o dirão aos habitantes desta terra. Eles ouviram que tu, ó Senhor, estás no meio deste povo; pois tu, ó Senhor, és visto face a face, e a tua nuvem permanece sobre eles, e tu vais adiante deles numa coluna de nuvem de dia, e numa coluna de fogo de noite.

15 E se matares este povo como a um só homem, então as nações que têm ouvido da tua fama, dirão:

16 Porquanto o Senhor não podia introduzir este povo na terra que com juramento lhe prometera, por isso os matou no deserto.

17 Agora, pois, rogo-te que o poder do meu Senhor se engrandeça, segundo tens dito:

18 O Senhor é tardio em irar-se, e grande em misericórdia; perdoa a iniqüidade e a transgressão; ao culpado não tem por inocente, mas visita a iniqüidade dos pais nos filhos até a terceira e a quarta geração.

19 Perdoa, rogo-te, a iniqüidode deste povo, segundo a tua grande misericórdia, como o tens perdoado desde o Egito até, aqui.

20 Disse-lhe o Senhor: Conforme a tua palavra lhe perdoei;

21 tão certo, porém, como eu vivo, e como a glória do Senhor encherá toda a terra,

22 nenhum de todos os homens que viram a minha glória e os sinais que fiz no Egito e no deserto, e todavia me tentaram estas dez vezes, não obedecendo à minha voz,

23 nenhum deles verá a terra que com juramento prometi o seus pais; nenhum daqueles que me desprezaram a verá.

24 Mas o meu servo Calebe, porque nele houve outro espírito, e porque perseverou em seguir-me, eu o introduzirei na terra em que entrou, e a sua posteridade a possuirá.

25 Ora, os amalequitas e os cananeus habitam no vale; tornai-vos amanhã, e caminhai para o deserto em direção ao Mar Vermelho.

26 Depois disse o Senhor a Moisés e Arão:

27 Até quando sofrerei esta má congregação, que murmura contra mim? tenho ouvido as murmurações dos filhos de Israel, que eles fazem contra mim.

28 Dize-lhes: Pela minha vida, diz o Senhor, certamente conforme o que vos ouvi falar, assim vos hei de fazer:

29 neste deserto cairão os vossos cadáveres; nenhum de todos vós que fostes contados, segundo toda a vossa conta, de vinte anos para cima, que contra mim murmurastes,

30 certamente nenhum de vós entrará na terra a respeito da qual jurei que vos faria habitar nela, salvo Calebe, filho de Jefoné, e Josué, filho de Num.

31 Mas aos vossos pequeninos, dos quais dissestes que seriam por presa, a estes introduzirei na terra, e eles conhecerão a terra que vós rejeitastes.

32 Quanto a vós, porém, os vossos cadáveres cairão neste deserto;

33 e vossos filhos serão pastores no deserto quarenta anos, e levarão sobre si as vossas infidelidades, até que os vossos cadáveres se consumam neste deserto.

34 Segundo o número dos dias em que espiastes a terra, a saber, quarenta dias, levareis sobre vós as vossas iniqüidades por quarenta anos, um ano por um dia, e conhecereis a minha oposição.

35 Eu, o Senhor, tenho falado; certamente assim o farei a toda esta má congregação, aos que se sublevaram contra mim; neste deserto se consumirão, e aqui morrerão.

36 Ora, quanto aos homens que Moisés mandara a espiar a terra e que, voltando, fizeram murmurar toda a congregação contra ele, infamando a terra,

37 aqueles mesmos homens que infamaram a terra morreram de praga perante o Senhor.

38 Mas Josué, filho de Num, e Calebe, filho de Jefoné, que eram dos homens que foram espiar a terra, ficaram com vida.

39 Então Moisés falou estas palavras a todos os filhos de Israel, pelo que o povo se entristeceu muito.

40 Eles, pois, levantando-se de manhã cedo, subiram ao cume do monte, e disseram: Eis-nos aqui; subiremos ao lugar que o Senhor tem dito; porquanto havemos pecado.

41 Respondeu Moisés: Ora, por que transgredis o mandado do Senhor, visto que isso não prosperará?

42 Não subais, pois o Senhor não está no meio de vós; para que não sejais feridos diante dos vossos inimigos.

43 Porque os amalequitas e os cananeus estão ali diante da vossa face, e caireis à espada; pois, porquanto vos desviastes do Senhor, o Senhor não estará convosco.

44 Contudo, temerariamente subiram eles ao cume do monte; mas a arca do pacto do Senhor, e Moisés, não se apartaram do arrraial.

45 Então desceram os amalequitas e os cananeus, que habitavam na montanha, e os feriram, derrotando-os até Horma.

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Explanation of Numbers 14      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-10. A continuation of the closing subject of the last chapter, describing more particularly the state of temptation and its effect with the wicked and with the good.

Verses 11-25. Revelation from the Lord that those who are merely natural will persist in their hatred of good, while the good will be delivered; including a description of the state of the good during the temptation, and of consolation given to them, notwithstanding that their temptation may continue.

Verses 26-39. Further, there is revelation giving a more particular description of the experiences of the wicked, of their vastation, and of the preservation of those who are established in good and truth.

Verses 40-45. Concerning the attempt of those who are in merely external worship without any genuine spiritual life to overcome evil by and from themselves, and the consequences thereof.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 730, 2148, 2184, 2466, 4290, 4402, 4759, ...

Apocalipse Revelado 101, 134, 322, 598, 629

Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture 51

Doctrine of Life 59, 79

True Christian Religion 226, 284, 780


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 141, 392, 532, 594, 619, 633, 675, ...

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