Numero 11

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1 At ang bayan ay naging parang mapag-upasala na nagsalita ng masasama sa pakinig ng Panginoon: at nang marinig ng Panginoon ay nagningas ang kaniyang galit; at ang apoy ng Panginoon ay sumunog sa gitna nila, at sinupok ang kahulihulihang bahagi ng kampamento.

2 At ang bayan ay humibik kay Moises; at si Moises ay nanalangin sa Panginoon at ang apoy ay namatay.

3 At ang pangalan ng dakong yaon ay tinawag na Tabera: sapagka't ang apoy ng Panginoon ay sumunog sa gitna nila.

4 At ang halohalong karamihan na nasa gitna nila ay nahulog sa kasakiman: at ang mga anak ni Israel naman ay muling umiyak at nagsabi, Sino ang magbibigay sa atin ng karneng makakain?

5 Ating naaalaala ang isda, na ating kinakain sa Egipto na walang bayad; ang mga pipino, at ang mga milon, at ang mga puero, at ang mga sibuyas, at ang bawang:

6 Nguni't ngayo'y ang ating kaluluwa ay natutuyo; walang kaanoanoman: sa ating harapan ay walang anoman kundi ang manang ito.

7 At ang mana ay gaya ng butil ng culantro, at ang kulay niyaon ay gaya ng kulay ng bdelio.

8 Ang bayan ay dumadaan sa palibot, at pinupulot yaon, at kanilang ginigiling sa mga gilingan, o kanilang dinidikdik sa mga lusong, at kanilang niluluto sa mga palyok, at ginagawa nilang munting tinapay at ang lasa ay gaya ng lasa ng bagong langis.

9 At pagka ang hamog ay nahuhulog sa ibabaw ng kampamento sa gabi, ang mana ay nahuhulog.

10 At narinig ni Moises ang pag-iiyakan ng bayan sa kanikaniyang sangbahayan, na bawa't lalake ay nasa pintuan ng kaniyang tolda; at ang galit ng Panginoon ay nagningas na mainam; at sumama ang loob ni Moises.

11 At sinabi ni Moises sa Panginoon, Bakit mo ginawan ng masama ang iyong lingkod? at bakit hindi ako nakasumpong ng biyaya sa iyong paningin, na iyong iniatang sa akin ang pasan ng buong bayang ito.

12 Akin ba kayang ipinaglihi ang buong bayang ito? ipinanganak ko ba upang iyong sabihin sa akin, Kandungin mo sila sa iyong kandungan, na gaya ng nag-aalagang magulang na kinakandong ang kaniyang batang pasusuhin, sa lupain na iyong isinumpa sa kanilang mga magulang?

13 Saan ako kukuha ng karne upang ibigay sa buong bayang ito? sapagka't sila'y umiyak sa akin, na nagsisipagsabi, Bigyan mo kami ng karneng aming makain.

14 Hindi ko kayang dalhing magisa ang buong bayang ito, sapagka't totoong mabigat sa akin.

15 At kung ako'y ginagawan mo ng ganito ay patayin mo na ako, ipinamamanhik ko sa iyo, kung ako'y nakasumpong ng biyaya sa iyong paningin; at huwag ko nang makita ang aking kahirapan.

16 At sinabi ng Panginoon kay Moises, Pisanin mo sa akin ang pitong pung lalake sa mga matanda sa Israel, sa iyong mga nalalaman na mga matanda sa bayan at mga nangungulo sa kanila; at dalhin mo sa tabernakulo ng kapisanan, upang sila'y makatayo roon na kasama mo.

17 At ako'y bababa at makikipag-usap sa iyo doon; at ako'y kukuha sa Espiritung sumasaiyo at aking isasalin sa kanila; at kanilang dadalhin ang pasan ng bayan na kasama mo, upang huwag mong dalhing magisa.

18 At sabihin mo sa bayan, Magpakabanal kayo, para sa kinabukasan, at kayo'y magsisikain ng karne: sapagka't kayo'y nagsisiiyak sa pakinig ng Panginoon, na sinasabi, Sinong magbibigay sa amin ng karne na aming makakain? sapagka't maigi kahit nang nasa Egipto: dahil dito bibigyan kayo ng Panginoon ng karne at kakain kayo.

19 Hindi ninyo kakaning isang araw, ni dalawang araw, ni limang araw, ni sangpung araw, ni dalawang pung araw;

20 Kundi isang buong buwan, hanggang sa lumabas sa inyong mga ilong, at inyong kasuyaan: sapagka't inyong itinakuwil ang Panginoon na nasa gitna ninyo, at kayo'y umiyak sa harap niya, na nagsasabi, Bakit kami nakaalis sa Egipto?

21 At sinabi ni Moises, Ang bayan na kinaroroonan ko, ay anim na raang libong katao na nakatayo; at iyong sinabi, Akin silang bibigyan ng karne na kanilang makakain sa buong buwan.

22 Papatayin ba kaya ang mga kawan at mga bakahan, upang magkasya sa kanila? o ang lahat ng isda sa dagat at titipunin sa kanila upang magkasya sa kanila?

23 At sinabi ng Panginoon kay Moises, Umikli na ba kaya ang kamay ng Panginoon? ngayo'y makikita mo kung ang aking salita ay matutupad sa iyo o hindi.

24 At si Moises ay lumabas, at isinaysay sa bayan ang mga salita ng Panginoon: at siya'y nagpisan ng pitong pung lalake sa mga matanda sa bayan at kaniyang pinatayo sa palibot ng Tolda.

25 At ang Panginoon ay bumaba sa ulap, at nagsalita sa kaniya; at kumuha sa Espiritung sumasakaniya at isinalin sa pitong pung matanda: at nangyari, na nang sumakanila ang Espiritu, ay nanganghula, nguni't hindi na sila umulit.

26 Nguni't naiwan ang dalawang lalake sa kampamento, na ang pangalan ng isa ay Eldad, at ang pangalan ng isa ay Medad: at ang Espiritu ay sumasakanila; at sila'y kabilang sa nangasulat, nguni't hindi nagsilabas sa Tolda: at sila'y nanghula sa kampamento.

27 At tumakbo ang isang binata, at isinaysay kay Moises, at sinabi, Si Eldad at si Medad ay nanghuhula sa kampamento.

28 At si Josue na anak ni Nun, na tagapangasiwa ni Moises, na isa sa kaniyang mga piling lalake, ay sumagot at nagsabi, Panginoon kong Moises, pagbawalan mo sila.

29 At sinabi ni Moises sa kaniya, Ikaw ba'y may paninibugho sa akin? ibigin nawa na ang buong bayan ng Panginoon ay maging propeta na isakanila ng Panginoon ang kaniyang Espiritu!

30 At naparoon si Moises sa kampamento, siya at ang mga matanda sa Israel.

31 At lumabas ang isang hanging galing sa Panginoon, at nagdala ng mga pugo na mula sa dagat, at pinalapag sa kampamento na may isang araw lakarin sa dakong ito, at isang araw lakarin sa kabilang dako sa palibot ng kampamento, at nagsilipad na may dalawang siko ang taas sa balat ng lupa.

32 At ang bayan ay nangakatindig ng buong araw na yaon at ng buong gabi, at ng buong ikalawang araw, at nagsipanghuli ng mga pugo; yaong kaunti ang napisan ay nakapisan ng sangpung homer: at kanilang ikinalat para sa kanila sa buong palibot ng kampamento.

33 Samantalang ang karne ay nasa kanilang mga ngipin pa, na hindi pa nila nangunguya ay nagningas laban sa bayan ang galit ng Panginoon at sinaktan ng Panginoon ang bayan ng isang salot na di kawasa.

34 At ang pangalan ng dakong yaon ay tinawag na Kibroth-hattaavah; sapagka't doon inilibing nila ang bayang sakim.

35 Mula sa Kibroth-hattaavah ay naglakbay ang bayan na patungo sa Haseroth; at sila'y tumira sa Haseroth.

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Explanation of Numbers 11      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. A state of temptation is described, causing aversion from the Lord, and the predominance of lusts in the external man; but intercession is made and deliverance follows.

Verses 4-6 and 10-15. Another state of temptation succeeds, in which there is a desire, externally, to return into the delights of the merely natural man, and a want of confidence in the Lord internally, resulting in a state of despair.

Verses 7-9. The good of truth is described, with which, in the temptation, the man of the church is disgusted.

Verses 16-18. Concerning the orderly arrangement of truths by the Lord, revelation, the conjunction of truth with good, and the appropriation of good.

Verses 19-23. But the corrupted man desires only natural delights; while the truly spiritual man is in doubt and distress, and consequently receives consolation.

Verses 24-30. And now, therefore, a new arrangement of truths actually occurs, and consequently revelation, and the power to teach.

Verses 31-35. Besides which, there is an abundant supply of natural delight, which, with the true man of the church, is good legitimately appropriated; but the wicked pervert this good by application to lusts, and, therefore, suffer the destruction of remains, and total vastation. But the good experience a change of state, coming into peace and tranquillity in externals.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 8452


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 574, 999, 3579, 3814, 4236, 5215, 6524, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 489, 599, 657, 862


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 146, 504, 513, 750, 1082

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 22

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