Postanak 16

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1 Ali Sara žena Avramova ne rađaše mu dece. A imaše robinju Misirku, po imenu Agara.

2 Pa reče Sara Avramu: Gospod me je zatvorio da ne rodim; nego idi k robinji mojoj, ne bih li dobila dece od nje. I Avram prista na reč Sarinu.

3 I Sara žena Avramova uze Agaru Misirku robinju svoju, i dade je za ženu Avramu mužu svom posle deset godina otkako se nastani Avram u zemlji hananskoj.

4 I on otide k Agari, i ona zatrudne; a kad vide da je trudna, ponese se od gospođe svoje.

5 A Sara reče Avramu: Uvreda moja pade na tebe; ja ti metnuh na krilo robinju svoju, a ona videvši da je trudna ponese se od mene. Gospod će suditi meni i tebi.

6 A Avram reče Sari: Eto, robinja je tvoja u tvojim rukama, učini s njom šta ti je volja. I Sara je stade zlostavljati, te ona pobeže od nje.

7 Ali anđeo Gospodnji nađe je kod studenca u pustinji, kod studenca na putu u Sur.

8 I reče joj: Agaro, robinjo Sarina, otkud ideš, kuda li ideš? A ona reče: Bežim od Sare gospođe svoje.

9 A anđeo joj Gospodnji reče: Vrati se gospođi svojoj, i pokori joj se.

10 Opet joj reče anđeo Gospodnji: Umnožiću veoma seme tvoje, da se neće moći prebrojati od množine.

11 Još joj reče anđeo Gospodnji: Eto si trudna, i rodićeš sina, i nadeni mu ime Ismailo; jer je Gospod video muku tvoju.

12 A biće čovek ubica; ruka će se njegova dizati na svakog a svačija na njega, i nastavaće na pogledu svoj braći svojoj.

13 Tada Agara prizva ime Gospoda koji govori s njom: Ti si Bog, koji vidi. Jer govoraše: Zar još gledam iza Onog koji me vide?

14 Toga radi zove se studenac onaj studenac Živoga koji me vidi; a on je između Kadisa i Varada.

15 I rodi Agara Avramu sina; i nadede Avram sinu svom, kog mu rodi Agara, ime Ismailo.

16 A beše Avramu osamdeset i šest godina kad mu Agara rodi Ismaila.


Exploring the Meaning of Postanak 16      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 1890. The subject treated of in this chapter is the Lord’s first rational, which was conceived by the influx of the internal man into the affection of memory-knowledges (scientiae) of the external. The internal man is "Abram;" the affection of memory-knowledges in the external is "Hagar the Egyptian handmaid;" the rational thence derived is "Ishmael." The nature of this rational is here described; and it is afterwards said (chapter 21); that it was expelled from the house, after the Lord‘s Divine rational, represented by Isaac, had been born.

AC 1891. The Lord’s first rational was conceived according to order by the influx or conjunction of the internal man with the life of the affection of memory-knowledges belonging to the external (verses 1 to 3). But as this affection was of the external man, its nature was such that it held intellectual truth in low esteem (verse 4). On which account the Lord thought concerning the subjugation of it (verses 5 to 9), and that when subjugated, it would become spiritual and celestial (verses 10, 11). What it would be if not subjugated, is described (verse 12); the Lord‘s insight into the cause from His interior man (verses 13, 14). The rational is thus described in respect to its quality; also the Lord’s state when it originated (verses 15, 16).

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