Numero 13

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1 At sinalita ng Panginoon kay Moises, na sinasabi,

2 Magsugo ka ng mga lalake na makakapaniktik sa lupain ng Canaan, na aking ibibigay sa mga anak ni Israel: isang lalake sa bawa't isa sa mga lipi ng kanilang mga magulang ay susuguin ninyo, na bawa't isa'y prinsipe sa kanila.

3 At sinugo sila ni Moises mula sa ilang ng Paran ayon sa utos ng Panginoon: silang lahat ay mga lalaking pangulo sa mga anak ni Israel.

4 At ito ang kanilang mga pangalan: sa lipi ni Ruben, ay si Sammua na anak ni Zaccur.

5 Sa lipi ni Simeon, ay si Saphat na anak ni Huri.

6 Sa lipi ni Juda, ay si Caleb na anak ni Jephone.

7 Sa lipi ni Issachar, ay si Igal na anak ni Jose.

8 Sa lipi ni Efraim, ay si Oseas na anak ni Nun.

9 Sa lipi ni Benjamin, ay si Palti na anak ni Raphu.

10 Sa lipi ni Zabulon, ay si Gaddiel na anak ni Sodi.

11 Sa lipi ni Jose, sa makatuwid baga'y sa lipi ni Manases, ay si Gaddi na anak ni Susi.

12 Sa lipi ni Dan, ay si Ammiel na anak ni Gemalli.

13 Sa lipi ni Aser, ay si Sethur, na anak ni Michael.

14 Sa lipi ni Nephtali, ay si Nahabi na anak ni Vapsi.

15 Sa lipi ni Gad, ay si Geuel na anak ni Machi.

16 Ito ang mga pangalan ng mga lalake na sinugo ni Moises upang tiktikan ang lupain. At tinawag ni Moises na Josue ang anak ni Nun na si Oseas.

17 At sinugo sila ni Moises upang tiktikan ang lupain ng Canaan, at sinabi sa kanila, Sumampa kayo rito sa dakong Timugan at umakyat kayo sa mga bundok:

18 At tingnan ninyo ang lupain, kung ano; at ang bayan na tumatahan doon, kung sila'y malakas o mahina, kung sila'y kaunti o marami;

19 At kung ano ang lupain na kanilang tinatahanan, kung mabuti o masama; at kung ano ang mga bayan na kanilang tinatahanan, kung sa mga kampamento, o sa mga nakukutaan;

20 At kung ano ang lupain, kung mataba o payat, kung mayroong kahoy o wala. At magpakatapang kayo, at magdala kayo rito ng bunga ng lupain. Ngayon ang panahon ay panahon ng mga unang hinog na ubas.

21 Sila nga'y umakyat, at kanilang tiniktikan ang lupain mula sa ilang ng Zin hanggang sa Rehob, sa pagpasok sa Emath.

22 At sila'y umakyat sa dakong Timugan, at sila'y dumating sa Hebron; at si Aimen, si Sesai at si Talmai, na mga anak ni Anac, ay nangaroon. (Ngayon ang Hebron ay natayong pitong taon bago ang Zoan sa Egipto).

23 At sila'y dumating sa libis ng Escol, at sila'y pumutol doon ng isang sangang may isang kumpol na ubas, at dinala sa isang pingga ng dalawa; sila'y nagdala rin ng mga granada, at mga igos.

24 Ang dakong yaon ay tinawag na libis ng Escol, dahil sa kumpol na kinitil ng mga anak ni Israel doon.

25 At sila'y nagbalik pagkatiktik sa lupain, sa katapusan ng apat na pung araw.

26 At sila'y nagsiyaon at nagsiparoon kay Moises, at kay Aaron at sa buong kapisanan ng mga anak ni Israel, sa ilang ng Paran, sa Cades; at kanilang binigyang sagot sila, at ang buong kapisanan, at kanilang ipinakita sa kanila ang bunga ng lupain.

27 At kanilang isinaysay sa kaniya, at sinabi, Kami ay dumating sa lupaing yaong pinaparoonan mo sa amin, at tunay na binubukalan ng gatas at pulot; at ito ang bunga niyaon.

28 Gayon man ang bayan na tumitira sa lupaing yaon ay malakas, at ang mga bayan ay nakukutaan, at napakalalaki: at saka aming nakita ang mga anak ni Anac doon.

29 Si Amalec ay tumatahan sa lupain ng Timugan: at ang Hetheo, at ang Jebuseo, at ang Amorrheo ay tumatahan sa mga bundok: at ang Cananeo ay tumatahan sa tabi ng dagat, at sa mga pangpang ng Jordan.

30 At pinatahimik ni Caleb ang bayan sa harapan ni Moises, at sinabi, Ating akyating paminsan, at ating ariin; sapagka't kaya nating lupigin.

31 Nguni't sinabi ng mga lalaking nagsiakyat na kasama niya, Hindi tayo makaaakyat laban sa bayan; sapagka't sila'y malakas kay sa atin.

32 At sila'y nagdala ng masamang balita tungkol sa lupaing kanilang tiniktikan, sa mga anak ni Israel, na sinasabi, Ang lupain na aming pinaroonan upang tiktikan ay isang lupain na kinakain ang mga tumatahan doon; at lahat ng bayan na aming nakita roon, ay mga taong malalaki.

33 At doo'y aming nakita ang mga Nefilim, ang mga anak ni Anac, na mula sa mga Nefilim: at kami sa aming sariling paningin ay naging parang mga balang, at gayon din kami sa kanilang paningin.

  
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Explanation of Numbers 13      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-3. On self-examination, by means of truths, and by means of Divine light from the Lord's Divine Human, of the inmost of his life by man.

Verses 4-16. Concerning the general truths by which this examination is effected.

Verses 17-21. The extension of it is from where truth and good are in obscurity and coldness through the multiplication of truths advancing to a zealous state of natural good and its truths confirmed in ultimates.

Verses 22-25. It leads, also, by means of interior light and perception to the discovery of persuasions of falsity from the pride of selfish love, as well as to the perception of charity in its general form of natural truth and natural good, involving a complete state of trial and temptation.

Verses 26-33. The effect of this examination, through instruction, upon the evil and upon the good.

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 567, 581, 1444, 1673, 1676, 1678, 1679, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 349, 424, 623


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 403, 431, 543, 619, 865, 918

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