Génesis 8

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1 Y se acordó Dios de Noé, y de todos los animales, y de todas las bestias que estaban con él en el arca; e hizo pasar Dios un viento sobre la tierra, y cesaron las aguas.

2 Y se cerraron las fuentes del abismo, y las ventanas de los cielos; y la lluvia de los cielos fue detenida.

3 Y se tornaron las aguas de sobre la tierra, yendo y volviendo; y decrecieron las aguas al cabo de ciento cincuenta días.

4 Y reposó el arca en el mes séptimo, a diecisiete días del mes, sobre los montes de Armenia.

5 Y las aguas fueron decreciendo hasta el mes décimo; en el décimo, al primero del mes, se descubrieron las cabezas de los montes.

6 Y fue, que al cabo de cuarenta días, Noé abrió la ventana del arca que había hecho,

7 y envió al cuervo, el cual salió, y estuvo yendo y tornando hasta que las aguas se secaron de sobre la tierra.

8 Envió también de sí a la paloma, para ver si las aguas se habían aliviado de sobre la faz de la tierra;

9 y no halló la paloma donde reposar la planta de su pie, y se volvió a él al arca, porque las aguas estaban aún sobre la faz de toda la tierra. Y él extendió su mano y la tomó, la metió consigo en el arca.

10 Y esperó aún otros siete días, y volvió a enviar la paloma del arca.

11 Y la paloma volvió a él a la hora de la tarde; y he aquí que traía una hoja de oliva tomada en su boca; y entendió Noé que las aguas se habían aliviado de sobre la tierra.

12 Y esperó aún otros siete días, y envió la paloma, la cual no tornó a volver a él más.

13 Y fue, que en el año seiscientos uno de Noé, en el mes primero, al primero del mes, las aguas se enjugaron de sobre la tierra y quitó Noé la cubierta del arca, y miró, y he aquí que la faz de la tierra estaba enjuta.

14 Y en el mes segundo, a los veintisiete días del mes, se secó la tierra.

15 Y habló Dios a Noé diciendo:

16 Sal del arca tú, y tu mujer, y tus hijos, y las mujeres de tus hijos contigo.

17 Todos los animales que están contigo de toda carne, de aves y de bestias y de toda criatura que anda arrastrándose sobre la tierra, sacarás contigo; y vayan por la tierra, y fructifiquen, y multiplíquense sobre la tierra.

18 Entonces salió Noé, y sus hijos, y su mujer, y las mujeres de sus hijos con él.

19 Todos los animales, y toda criatura, y toda ave, todo lo que se mueve sobre la tierra según sus especies, salieron del arca.

20 Y edificó Noé un altar al SEÑOR y tomó de todo animal limpio y de toda ave limpia, y ofreció holocausto en el altar.

21 Y olió el SEÑOR olor de reposo; y dijo el SEÑOR en su corazón: No volveré más a maldecir la tierra por causa del hombre; porque el intento del corazón del hombre es malo desde su niñez; ni volveré más a herir toda cosa viva, como he hecho.

22 Todavía serán todos los tiempos de la tierra; es a saber sementera, y siega, y frío y calor, verano e invierno, y día y noche, no cesarán.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 832, 833, 834, 835, 836, 837, 839, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 409

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 37, 470, 482, 586, 737, 755, 813, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 936

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 538, 610, 633, 638, 644

Spiritual Experiences 2348

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