Numero 22

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Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905)     

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1 At ang mga anak ni Israel ay naglakbay at humantong sa mga kapatagan ng Moab sa dako roon ng Jordan na nasa tapat ng Jerico.

2 At nakita ni Balac na anak ni Zippor ang lahat ng ginawa ng Israel sa mga Amorrheo.

3 At ang Moab ay natakot na mainam sa bayan, sapagka't sila'y marami: at ang Moab ay nagulumihanan dahil sa mga anak ni Israel.

4 At sinabi ng Moab sa mga matanda sa Madian, Ngayon ay hihimuran ng karamihang ito yaong lahat na nasa palibot natin, gaya ng baka na humihimod sa damo sa parang. At si Balac na anak ni Zippor, ay hari sa Moab ng panahong yaon.

5 At siya'y nagutos ng mga sugo kay Balaam na anak ni Beor, hanggang sa Pethor na nasa tabi ng ilog, hanggang sa lupain ng mga anak ng kaniyang bayan, upang tawagin siya, na sabihin, Narito, may isang bayan na lumabas mula sa Egipto: narito, kanilang tinatakpan ang ibabaw ng lupa, at sila'y nangakatayo laban sa akin:

6 Parito ka ngayon, isinasamo ko sa iyo, na sumpain mo sa akin ang bayang ito; sapagka't sila'y totoong makapangyarihan kay sa akin; marahil ako'y mananaig, na aming masasaktan sila, at aking silang mapalalayas sa lupain; sapagka't talastas ko na ang iyong pinagpapala ay mapalad at ang iyong sinusumpa ay mapapasama.

7 At ang mga matanda sa Moab at ang mga matanda sa Madian, ay nagsiparoon na dala sa kanilang kamay ang mga ganting pala sa panghuhula; at sila'y dumating kay Balaam at sinalita nila sa kaniya ang mga salita ni Balac.

8 At kaniyang sinabi sa kanila, Dito na kayo tumuloy ngayong gabi, at bibigyan ko kayo ng kasagutan, kung ano ang sasalitain ng Panginoon sa akin; at ang mga prinsipe sa Moab ay tumuloy na kasama ni Balaam.

9 At ang Dios ay naparoon kay Balaam, at nagsabi, Sinong mga tao itong kasama mo?

10 At sinabi ni Balaam sa Dios, Si Balac, na anak ni Zippor, hari sa Moab, ay nagpasugo sa akin, na sinasabi,

11 Narito, ang bayan na lumabas sa Egipto, ay tumatakip sa ibabaw ng lupa: ngayo'y parito ka, sumpain mo sila sa akin; marahil ako'y makababaka sa kanila, at sila'y aking mapalalayas.

12 At sinabi ng Dios kay Balaam, Huwag kang paroroong kasama nila; huwag mong susumpain ang bayan; sapagka't sila'y pinagpala.

13 At si Balaam ay bumangon nang kinaumagahan, at sinabi sa mga prinsipe ni Balac, Yumaon kayo sa inyong lupain: sapagka't ipinagkait ng Panginoon ang pahintulot na ako'y pumaroong kasama ninyo.

14 At ang mga prinsipe sa Moab ay bumangon, at sila'y naparoon kay Balac, at nagsabi, Si Balaam ay tumangging pumarito na kasama namin.

15 At si Balac ay nagsugong muli ng marami pang prinsipe, at lalong mga mahal kay sa kanila.

16 At sila'y naparoon kay Balaam at nagsabi sa kaniya, Ganito ang sabi ni Balac na anak ni Zippor, Isinasamo ko sa iyo, na ang anomang bagay huwag mong tulutan na makaabala sa iyo sa pagparito mo sa akin:

17 Sapagka't ikaw ay aking papupurihan ng mga dakilang karangalan, at anomang sabihin mo sa akin ay gagawin ko: parito ka nga, isinasamo ko sa iyo, na sumpain mo sa akin ang bayang ito.

18 At si Balaam ay sumagot at nagsabi sa mga lingkod ni Balac, Kahit ibigay sa akin ni Balac ang kaniyang bahay na puno ng pilak at ginto, ay hindi ko masasalangsang ang salita ng Panginoon kong Dios, na ako'y gumawa ng kulang o higit.

19 Ngayon nga, isinasamo ko sa inyo, na tumuloy rin kayo rito ngayong gabi, upang aking maalaman kung ano ang sasalitain pa ng Panginoon sa akin.

20 At ang Dios ay naparoon kay Balaam nang kinagabihan, at nagsabi sa kaniya, Kung ang mga taong iyan ay nagsiparito, upang tawagin ka ay bumangon ka, sumama ka sa kanila: nguni't ang salita lamang na aking sasalitain sa iyo, ay siya mong gagawin.

21 At si Balaam ay bumangon nang kinaumagahan, at siniyahan ang kaniyang asno, at sumama sa mga prinsipe sa Moab.

22 At ang galit ng Dios ay nagningas sapagka't siya'y naparoon: at ang anghel ng Panginoon ay lumagay sa daan na pinaka kalaban niya. Siya nga'y nakasakay sa kaniyang asno at ang kaniyang dalawang alipin ay kasama niya.

23 At nakita ng asno ang anghel ng Panginoon na nakatayo sa daan, na hawak ang kaniyang bunot na tabak: at ang asno ay lumiko sa daan, at napasa parang: at pinalo ni Balaam ang asno, upang ibalik siya sa daan.

24 Nang magkagayo'y tumayo ang anghel ng Panginoon sa isang makipot na daan sa pagitan ng mga ubasan, na ang isang bakod ay sumasadako rito, at ang isang bakod ay sumasadakong yaon.

25 At nakita ng asno ang anghel ng Panginoon, at siya'y inipit sa bakod, at naipit ang paa ni Balaam sa bakod: at kaniyang pinalo uli ang asno.

26 At ang anghel ng Panginoon ay nagpauna uli at tumayo sa isang makipot na dako na walang daan lilikuan kahit sa kanan ni sa kaliwa.

27 At nakita ng asno ang anghel ng Panginoon, at siya'y nalugmok sa ilalim ni Balaam: at ang galit ni Balaam ay nagningas, at kaniyang pinalo ang asno ng kaniyang tungkod.

28 At ibinuka ng Panginoon ang bibig ng asno, at nagsabi kay Balaam, Ano ang ginawa ko sa iyo, na ako'y pinalo mo nitong makaitlo?

29 At sinabi ni Balaam sa asno, Sapagka't tinuya mo ako: mayroon sana ako sa aking kamay na isang tabak, pinatay disin kita ngayon.

30 At sinabi ng asno kay Balaam, Di ba ako'y iyong asno na iyong sinakyan sa buong buhay mo hanggang sa araw na ito? gumawa ba kaya ako kailan man ng ganito sa iyo? At kaniyang sinabi, Hindi.

31 Nang magkagayo'y idinilat ng Panginoon ang mga mata ni Balaam, at kaniyang nakita ang anghel ng Panginoon na nakatayo sa daan, na hawak ang kaniyang bunot na tabak: at kaniyang iniyukod ang kaniyang ulo, at nagpatirapa.

32 At sinabi sa kaniya ng anghel ng Panginoon, Bakit mo pinalo ang iyong asno nitong makaitlo? Narito, ako'y naparito na pinaka kalaban, sapagka't ang iyong lakad ay masama sa harap ko:

33 At nakita ako ng asno, at lumiko sa harap ko nitong makaitlo: kundi siya lumihis sa harap ko, ay tunay na ngayon ay napatay kita, at nailigtas ang kaniyang buhay.

34 At sinabi ni Balaam sa anghel ng Panginoon, Ako'y nagkasala; sapagka't hindi ko nalamang ikaw ay nakatayo sa daan laban sa akin: ngayon nga, kung inaakala mong masama, ay babalik ako uli.

35 At sinabi ng anghel ng Panginoon kay Balaam, Sumama ka sa mga tao: nguni't ang salita lamang na aking sasalitain sa iyo, ang siyang sasalitain mo. Sa gayon ay sumama si Balaam sa mga prinsipe ni Balac.

36 At nang mabalitaan ni Balac na si Balaam ay dumarating, ay lumabas upang kaniyang salubungin siya sa bayan ng Moab, na nasa hangganan ng Arnon, na siyang katapusang bahagi ng hangganan.

37 At sinabi ni Balac kay Balaam, Di ba ikaw ay aking pinaparoonang dalidali upang tawagin ka? bakit nga hindi ka naparito sa akin? hindi ba tunay na mapapupurihan kita?

38 At sinabi ni Balaam kay Balac, Narito, ako'y naparito sa iyo: mayroon ba ako ngayong anomang kapangyarihan na makapagsalita ng anomang bagay? ang salitang ilagay ng Dios sa aking bibig, yaon ang aking sasalitain.

39 At si Balaam ay sumama kay Balac, at sila'y naparoon sa Chiriath-huzoth.

40 At naghain si Balac, ng mga baka at mga tupa, at ipinadala kay Balaam, at sa mga prinsipe na kasama niya.

41 At nangyari nang kinaumagahan, na isinama ni Balac si Balaam at isinampa siya sa matataas na dako ni Baal, at kaniyang nakita mula roon ang katapustapusang bahagi ng bayan.

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Explanation of Numbers 22      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verse 1. The man of the church comes into a state of the adulteration of good externally.

Verses 2-4. But those who are internally in such a state fear genuine spiritual truths.

Verses 5-7. And hence they consult falsity derived from evil, which interprets the Word from selfish love.

Verses 8-14. The false teacher, however, is forbidden to cause aversion from the Lord in the truly spiritual man, and, outwardly, he is constrained to submit.

Verses 15-21. But he is now more strongly tempted by evil, inwardly desiring to comply with its promptings, notwithstanding his knowledge of the truth; and hence he is permitted to go forward in the path of error.

Verse 22. And yet Divine Truth is really opposed to him, while, by means of his rational powers he endeavours to carry out his purposes.

Verse 23. But even natural reason recognizes Divine Truth, and is afraid of it, being thereby diverted from error and urgent for the cultivation of good, while evil is persistent, and therefore injures the Rational.

Verses 24-25. Again, the progress of error is impeded by the opposition of the truth in an accommodated form, yet still the false teacher persists, the natural affections are injured, and the Rational is further perverted.

Verses 26-35. And, thirdly, Divine Truth opposes error in the state where falsity is confirmed, and the Rational is therefore prostrated, but still has power to speak, from the Lord, convincing truths; and reproof from Divine Truth Itself follows, producing repentance, but only outwardly.

Verses 36-41.And therefore the false teacher is permitted to continue his career and to come into communication with adulterated good.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 4290


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1343, 1992, 2799, 3242, 3858, 7097

Apocalypse Revealed 114

Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture 101

True Christian Religion 264


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