Genesis 18

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2 As idkal Ibrahim aṣawad-net ogga karad meddan əbdadan dat-əs. Ozal-in dat ahaket-net har dər-san iṃṃənay, issəjad har aṃadal.

3 Aṃaran iṇṇa: «Əməli-nin kud əgrawa ɣur-ək arraxmat ad wər takəya daɣ igəg n əkli-nnak.

4 Ammawayanet-awan-du arat n aṃan as təššoradam iḍaran-nawan. Dəffər a di taṣṣanfim daw ašəkk a.

5 A-kawan-akfa arat ən ṭattay a-kawan-du-təssuɣəl šiɣurad-nawan, aṃaran takəyam daɣ tarrayt-nawan. S ig'a di wər z-iqqəl as du-təllamam dagma n ahan-in bannan.» Əjjəwwaban-as magaran: «Agu a w'as təṇṇe!»

6 Iqqal Ibrahim ahaket-net irrorad, iṇṇa i Sarata: «Tarmad, ədkəl-du iyyat n əɣlal n agel-nam w'ofan taga šigəlwen.

7 Dəffər a wen ozal Ibrahim s aharay-nnet isaṇṇafran d abarkaw wa ləmmidan iddəren, ikf-ay y amaššaɣal-net, issətrab amaknaw-net.

8 Aṃaran idkal-du ṭawna d əx d abarkaw wa iŋŋan, issəṇs-en dat-san. Igla ibdad ɣur-san daw ašək, əṭattan.

9 Təzzar əṇṇan-as: «Ma təga Sarata ta n tənṭut-nak?» Ijjəwwab-asan: «Təlla da, təha aṃṃas n ahaket.»

10 Iṇṇa iyyan daɣ-san: «Illikan as a-kay-d-əqqəla aḍan a da azanen, ad-tilu tənṭut-nak Sarata barar.» Sarata təṣṣisam daɣ aṃṃas n ahaket-net illan dəffər Ibrahim.

11 Ibrahim əd Sarata əglan daɣ elan, amaran Sarata təsiɣaraggat.

12 Ad-təḍazzu daɣ ṃan-net. Təgannu: «Əmərədda ad waššera ad-ileɣ əṇṇiyat n ənəməṇsa? Aləs-in deɣ waššar.»

13 Iṇṇa Əməli y Ibrahim: «Mas təḍazzu Sarata, təgannu:" Immikkan as ad əgrəwa barar, nak igan tušaray a da?"

14 Illa-ttu a iṃosan muxal fəl Əməli? Daɣ tamert a dak-əssəbdada a-kay-d-aṣa, aṃaran daɣ tamert di Sarata təla barar.»

15 Təga Sarata bahu as təṇṇa: «Wər əḍze», ənta tərəmmeq a təga. Mišan iṇṇ-as Əməli: «Awalla təḍzə!»

16 Əggazan meddan tarrayt, əgan anamod ən Sədom har oggan aɣrəm-net, intak-kan Ibrahim.

17 «Awak, iṇṇa Əməli, ad-əɣbəra y Ibrahim a wa z-aga?

18 Illikan as Ibrahim ad-iqqəl əmaraw ən tamattay təknat igət, təkna aṣṣahat, amaran a sər-əs əgrəwnat təmattiwen kul n əddənet albaraka,

19 fəlas əsinafranaq-qu fəl ad-amər əzzurriya-nnet s iḍuf ən tarrayen-nin s əṇṇiyat togdat toɣad fəl a-das-assanda a wa das ərkawala.

20 Iṇṇa Əməli y Ibrahim: «Šiɣəttas ən Sədom əd Gamora šilabasnen, ibakkadan-nasan izawwarnen,

21 a-tan-awəda aššaggara a wa sər-san itawaṇṇan. Kud əgan aššar wədi, ad-əṣṣəna.»

22 Əššin daɣ magaran əg̣madan edag di, əgan anamod ən Sədom, s iga a di Əməli illa ɣur Ibrahim.

23 Ihoz-t-id Ibrahim, iṇṇa: «Əməli, awak ad-təhləka aytedan win n alɣadilan əd win tan wər nəṃos?

24 Mijas əllanat-tu ṣəmmosat təṃərwen n alɣadil daɣ əɣrəm a-tan-təhləka? Wər za-təṣṣurəfa y əɣrəm fəl udəm ən ṣəmmosat təṃərwen as immikkan as t-əhanat?

25 Kala kala wər imməkkan ad-tagaɣ a di, ad-tanɣa aytedan əɣdalnen təssərtəyaq-qan əd win aššarnen, əšəššili ən win əɣdalnen əd win aššarnen! Iguk-kay əṃedran di! Əmašraɣ n əddənet ad-ammazal s əššəriɣa di?»

26 Iṇṇa Əməli: «As əgrawa daɣ Sədom ṣəmmosat təṃərwen n alɣadil, ad-əṣṣurəfa y əɣrəm kul fəl udəm-nasan.»

27 Iṇṇa Ibrahim tolas: «Əhala awal s Əməli, ənta nak wər əṃosa ar əg̣odrar d ezəd.

28 Kud iqqəddar as aba ṣəmmos daɣ ṣəmmosat təṃərwen n alɣadil ad-təhləka aɣrəm kul fəl ṣəmmos aytedan di?» «Wər tu-z-əhləka, ijjəwwab Əməli, as daɣ-as əgrawa əkkozat təṃərwen n alɣadil əd ṣəmmos.»

29 Iḍgaz Ibrahim tolas iṇṇa: «Mijas tu wər iha ar əkkozat təṃərwen n alɣadil!» «Wər z-əhləka aɣrəm fəl udəm n əkkozat təṃərwen.»

30 Iṇṇa Ibrahim tolas: «Əməli-nin ardu s a kay wər iggez alham, ad-ak-ammagrada tolas! Mijas tu wər iha ar karadat təṃərwen.» «As daɣ-as əgrawa karadat təṃərwen, ijjawwab Əməli, wər tu-z-aga.»

31 Igla Ibrahim iṣṣəstan: «Əhala awal s Əməli. Mijas wər t-iha ar ṣanatat təṃərwen!» «Fəl udəm ən ṣanatat təṃərwen di wər tu-z-əhləka.»

32 Iṇṇa Ibrahim tolas: «Are daɣ Əməli a tu wər iggez alham as əge awal-in wa ilkaman! Mijas tu wər iha ar ṃaraw.» Amaran ijjəwwab Məššina: «Fəl udəm ən ṃaraw alɣadilan wər z-əhləka aɣrəm di.»

33 As təɣrad əljəmat fəl a wa, igl'Əməli, aṃaran Ibrahim iqqal aɣaywan-net.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 18      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 2136. In the first place, this chapter treats concerning the Lord’s state of perception in the Human and concerning the communication with the Divine at that time, before the perfect union of His Human Essence with the Divine Essence, which state is also that in regard to which the Lord says,

"No one hath seen God at any time, the Only-begotten Son who is in the bosom of the Father" (John 1:18).

AC 2137. The Lord‘s state of perception in the Human at that time is signified by the "oak-groves of Mamre" (verse 1); and that in this state He perceived the Divine which was manifesting itself before His Human (verse 2); at which He rejoiced (verse 3); and desired that the Divine should draw nearer to His Human by putting on something natural (verse 4), and His Human nearer to the Divine by putting on the celestial (verse 5). The celestial and the derivative spiritual, which He put on, are signified by the "three measures of meal of fine flour" of which the cakes were made (verse 6); and that He also put on a conforming natural, is signified by the "son of an ox" (verse 7); the result being conformation, and a communication of the Divine with the Human, and of the Human with the Divine (verse 8).

AC 2138. In the second place, this chapter treats concerning the Lord’s perception in that state respecting the rational with Him, in that it would put off the Human, and be made Divine.

AC 2139. That the rational would be made Divine, is signified by the "son" whom Sarah was to bear (verse 10). That the human rational truth that was with the Lord did not perceive this, and thus did not believe it, is signified by Sarah‘s "laughing" at the door of the tent that was behind him (verses 10-13, 15). It is confirmed that the Lord would put off this also, and would put on in its place truth Divine (verse 14).

AC 2140. In the third place, the chapter treats concerning the Lord’s grief and anxiety over the human race, because men were so greatly imbued with the love of self, and from this with the cupidity of exercising command over others from what is evil and false, for whom in that state He interceded, and obtained that those should be saved with whom there should be goods and truths; and who these are, is recounted in order.

AC 2141. The Lord‘s perception concerning the human race, that it was in evil and falsity, "Sodom" being the love of self and the derivative cupidity of exercising command from what is evil, and "Gomorrah" being the same from what is false (verses 16, 20). That this could not be concealed from the Lord in that state, because by Him and from Him is all salvation (verses 17 to 19); that is to say, they were to be visited when their wickedness reached its height (verses 20, 21). That when He was in this perception (verse 22), He interceded for them; first for those with whom there should be truths, and these truths full of goods, who are signified by the "fifty" (verses 23 to 26); also for those with whom there should be less of good, but this good nevertheless conjoined with truths, who are signified by the "forty-five" (verses 27, 28); next for those who have been in temptations, who are signified by the "forty" (verse 29); as likewise for those who have been in some combats against evils, who are signified by the "thirty" (verse 30); afterwards for those with whom there should be states of the affection of good from any other source, who are signified by the "twenty" (verse 31); lastly for those with whom there should be states of the affection of truth, who are signified by the "ten" (verse 32); and the constant answer was that they should be saved (verses 26, 28 to 32). These things being accomplished, the Lord returned into His former state of perception (verse 33). These are the arcana contained in the internal sense of this chapter, which are not manifest from the letter.

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 18      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Here are some excerpts from Swedenborg's "Arcana Coelestia" that help explain the inner meaning of this chapter:

AC 2136. In the first place, this chapter treats concerning the Lord’s state of perception in the Human and concerning the communication with the Divine at that time, before the perfect union of His Human Essence with the Divine Essence, which state is also that in regard to which the Lord says,

"No one hath seen God at any time, the Only-begotten Son who is in the bosom of the Father" (John 1:18).

AC 2137. The Lord‘s state of perception in the Human at that time is signified by the "oak-groves of Mamre" (verse 1); and that in this state He perceived the Divine which was manifesting itself before His Human (verse 2); at which He rejoiced (verse 3); and desired that the Divine should draw nearer to His Human by putting on something natural (verse 4), and His Human nearer to the Divine by putting on the celestial (verse 5). The celestial and the derivative spiritual, which He put on, are signified by the "three measures of meal of fine flour" of which the cakes were made (verse 6); and that He also put on a conforming natural, is signified by the "son of an ox" (verse 7); the result being conformation, and a communication of the Divine with the Human, and of the Human with the Divine (verse 8).

AC 2138. In the second place, this chapter treats concerning the Lord’s perception in that state respecting the rational with Him, in that it would put off the Human, and be made Divine.

AC 2139. That the rational would be made Divine, is signified by the "son" whom Sarah was to bear (verse 10). That the human rational truth that was with the Lord did not perceive this, and thus did not believe it, is signified by Sarah‘s "laughing" at the door of the tent that was behind him (verses 10-13, 15). It is confirmed that the Lord would put off this also, and would put on in its place truth Divine (verse 14).

AC 2140. In the third place, the chapter treats concerning the Lord’s grief and anxiety over the human race, because men were so greatly imbued with the love of self, and from this with the cupidity of exercising command over others from what is evil and false, for whom in that state He interceded, and obtained that those should be saved with whom there should be goods and truths; and who these are, is recounted in order.

AC 2141. The Lord‘s perception concerning the human race, that it was in evil and falsity, "Sodom" being the love of self and the derivative cupidity of exercising command from what is evil, and "Gomorrah" being the same from what is false (verses 16, 20). That this could not be concealed from the Lord in that state, because by Him and from Him is all salvation (verses 17 to 19); that is to say, they were to be visited when their wickedness reached its height (verses 20, 21). That when He was in this perception (verse 22), He interceded for them; first for those with whom there should be truths, and these truths full of goods, who are signified by the "fifty" (verses 23 to 26); also for those with whom there should be less of good, but this good nevertheless conjoined with truths, who are signified by the "forty-five" (verses 27, 28); next for those who have been in temptations, who are signified by the "forty" (verse 29); as likewise for those who have been in some combats against evils, who are signified by the "thirty" (verse 30); afterwards for those with whom there should be states of the affection of good from any other source, who are signified by the "twenty" (verse 31); lastly for those with whom there should be states of the affection of truth, who are signified by the "ten" (verse 32); and the constant answer was that they should be saved (verses 26, 28 to 32). These things being accomplished, the Lord returned into His former state of perception (verse 33). These are the arcana contained in the internal sense of this chapter, which are not manifest from the letter.

Swedenborg

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 468, 1420, 2072, 2318, 6132, 6846, 9315

Apocalypse Revealed 658

True Christian Religion 755


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 340, 397, 1153

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 49

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