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1 Och huvudmännen för familjerna i Gileads barns släkt -- Gileads, som var son till Makir, Manasses son, av Josefs barns släkter -- trädde fram och talade inför Mose och de hövdingar som voro huvudmän för Israels barns familjer.

2 De sade: »HERREN har bjudit min herre att genom lottkastning göra landet såsom arvedel åt Israels barn och HERREN har vidare bjudit min herre att giva Selofhads, vår broders, arvedel åt hans döttrar.

3 Men om nu dessa bliva gifta med någon ur Israels barns andra stammar, så tages deras arvedel bort ifrån våra fäders arvedel, under det att den stam de komma att tillhöra får sin arvedel ökad; på detta sätt bliver en del av vår arvslott oss fråntagen.

4 När sedan jubelåret inträder för Israels barn, bliver deras arvedel lagd till den stams arvedel, som de komma att tillhöra, men från vår fädernestams arvedel tages deras arvedel bort.»

5 Då bjöd Mose Israels barn, efter HERRENS befallning, och sade: »Josefs barns stam har talat rätt.

6 Detta är vad HERREN bjuder angående Selofhads döttrar; han säger: De må gifta sig med vem de finna för gott, allenast de gifta sig inom en släkt som hör till deras egen fädernestam.

7 Ty en arvedel som tillhör någon, av Israels barn må icke gå över från en stam till en annan, utan Israels barn skola behålla kvar var och en sin fädernestams arvedel.

8 Och när en kvinna som inom någon av Israels barns stammar har kommit i besittning av en arvedel gifter sig, skall det vara med en man av någon släkt som hör till hennes egen fädernestam, så att Israels barn förbliva i besittning var och en av sina fäders arvedel.

9 Ty ingen arvedel må gå över från en stam till en annan, utan Israels barns stammar skola behålla kvar var och en sin arvedel

10 Selofhads döttrar gjorde såsom HERREN hade bjudit Mose.

11 Mahela, Tirsa, Hogla, Milka och Noa, Selofhads döttrar, gifte sig med sina farbröders söner.

12 De blevo alltså gifta inom Manasses, Josefs sons, barns släkter, och deras arvedel stannade så kvar inom deras fädernesläkts stam.

13 Dessa äro de bud och rätter som HERREN genom Mose gav Israels barn, på Moabs hedar, vid Jordan mitt emot Jeriko.

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Explanation of Numbers 36      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-2. The man of the external church perceives from Divine Good by Divine Truth, that those who are in the affection of truth without truths receive an inheritance in the heavenly kingdom.

Verses 3-4. But he is in ignorance as to the truths relating to the conjunction of goodness with truth which is the heavenly marriage, and therefore seeks instruction.

Verses 5-13. In consequence of which he learns from Divine Truth, or the Word, that this conjunction is effected in freedom; and yet that every external affection is to be conjoined with its own internal, or with truths in harmony and agreement with itself.


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