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1 En tid härefter kom HE ENS ord i en syn till Abram; han sade: »Frukta icke, Abram, jag är din sköld, din lön skall bliva mycket stor.»

2 Men Abram sade: »Herre, HE E, vad vill du då giva mig? Jag går ju barnlös bort, och arvinge till mitt hus bliver en man från Damaskus, Elieser

3 Och Abram sade ytterligare: »Mig har du icke givit någon livsfrukt; en av mitt husfolk skall bliva min arvinge

4 Men se, HE ENS ord kom till honom; han sade: »Nej, denne skall icke bliva din arvinge, utan en som utgår från ditt eget liv skall bliva din arvinge

5 Och han förde honom ut och sade: »Skåda upp till himmelen, och räkna stjärnorna, om du kan räkna dem.» Och han sade till honom: »Så skall din säd bliva.»

6 Och han trodde på HE EN; och han räknade honom det till rättfärdighet.

7 Och han sade till honom: »Jag är HE EN, som har fört dig ut från det kaldeiska Ur för att giva dig detta land till besittning.»

8 Han svarade: »Herre, HE E, varav skall jag veta att jag skall besitta det?»

9 Då sade han till honom: »Tag åt mig en treårig kviga, en treårig get och en treårig vädur, därtill en turturduva och en ung duva

10 Och han tog åt honom alla dessa djur och styckade dem mitt itu och lade styckena mitt emot varandra; dock styckade han icke fåglarna.

11 Och rovfåglarna slogo ned på de döda kropparna, men Abram drev bort dem.

12 När nu solen var nära att gå ned och en tung sömn hade fallit på Abram, se, då kom en förskräckelse över honom och ett stort mörker.

13 Och han sade till Abram: »Det skall du veta, att din säd skall komma att leva såsom främlingar i ett land som icke tillhör dem, och de skola där vara trälar, och man skall förtrycka dem; så skall ske i fyra hundra år.»

14 Men det folk vars trälar de bliva skall jag ock döma. Sedan skola de draga ut med stora ägodelar.

15 Men du själv skall gå till dina fäder i frid och bliva begraven i en god ålder.

16 Och i det fjärde släktet skall din säd komma hit tillbaka. Ty ännu hava icke amoréerna fyllt sin missgärnings mått.»

17 Då nu solen hade gått ned och det hade blivit alldeles mörkt, syntes en rykande ugn med flammande låga, som for fram mellan styckena.

18 På den dagen slöt HE EN ett förbund med Abram och sade: »Åt din säd skall jag giva detta land, från Egyptens flod ända till den stora floden, till floden Frat:

19 kainéernas, kenaséernas, kadmonéernas,

20 hetiternas, perisséernas, rafaéernas,

21 amoréernas, kananéernas, girgaséernas och jebuséernas land.»

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Caelestia 1778, 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782, 1784, 1785, ...

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 416

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Caelestia 120, 1025, 1444, 1680, 2913, 2959, 4454, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 422, 444, 503, 658, 757

True Christian Religion 755

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 279, 397, 401, 526, 539, 540, 569, ...

An Invitation to the New Church 10

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 49

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