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حزقيال 34:31

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31 وانتم يا غنمي غنم مرعاي اناس انتم. انا الهكم يقول السيد الرب

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Arcana Coelestia # 9335

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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9335. 'And the wild animal of the field multiplies against you' means an inrush of falsities arising from the delights of self-love and love of the world. This is clear from the meaning of 'multiplying', when it has reference to a hurried removal of evils and falsities, as an inrush; and from the meaning of 'the wild animal of the field' as falsities arising from the delights of self-love and love of the world. For affections, good and bad, are meant in the Word by different kinds of beasts, 9280, and therefore affections for falsity that arise from the delights of self-love and love of the world are meant by 'wild animals'. These affections are also represented in the next life by wild animals, such as panthers, tigers, boars, wolves, or bears. Such affections furthermore resemble wild animals, for people ruled by those loves are steeped in evils of every kind and in the falsities arising from them. They are like wild animals in the way they see and treat companions. The fact that those loves are the source of all evils and falsities, see 2041, 2045, 2057, 2363, 2364, 2444, 4750, 4776, 6667, 7178, 7255, 7364, 7366-7377, 7488, 7490-7494, 7643, 8318, 8487, 8678.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 2363-2364)


[2] The reason why a hurried removal of evils and falsities leads to an inrush of falsities arising from those loves is that forms of good and truths, implanted in successive stages, must remove them; for falsities are not removed except by truths, nor evils except by forms of good. If this removal is not done in successive stages and in keeping with proper order, falsities that lend support to those selfish loves enter in, since those loves reign with every person before he has been regenerated; and when the falsities enter in truths cease to be acknowledged any longer. Also a person who is being regenerated is maintained in an affection for truth; and when maintained in this he searches for truths in all directions among factual knowledge in the natural. But at this time illusions of the outward senses, which exist in great abundance in the natural, present themselves there. From those illusions, when the delights of self-love and love of the world hold sway, the person deduces nothing except falsities, which come in and fill his mind if falsities arising from evil are removed suddenly. These are the considerations that are meant in the internal sense by I will not drive them out from before you in one year, lest perhaps the land becomes desolate and the wild animal of the field multiplies against you. Little by little I will drive them out from before you, until you become fruitful and inherit the land.

[3] The fact that 'wild animal' means falsity and evil arising from self-love and love of the world is evident from places in the Word which mention it, as in Isaiah,

There will be a path there and a way, which will be called the way of holiness. The unclean will not pass through it; the savage of the wild animals will not go up it. Isaiah 35:8-9.

In Ezekiel,

I will send famine and evil wild animals upon you, that they may make you bereft. Ezekiel 5:17.

In the same prophet,

When I cause evil wild animals to pass through the land and they leave it bereft so that 1 it becomes a desolation, with the result that no one passes through on account of the wild animals ... Ezekiel 14:15.

In the same prophet,

You will fall on the open field; 2 to the wild animals of the earth, and to the birds of the air I will give you for food. Ezekiel 29:5.

In the same prophet,

At that time I will make with them a covenant of peace, and I will banish 3 the evil wild animal from the land, in order that they may dwell securely in the wilderness. They will no longer be a prey for the nations, and the wild animals of the field will no longer devour them. Ezekiel 34:25, 28.

[4] In Hosea,

I will lay waste her vine and her fig tree; and I will make them into a forest, and the wild animals of the field will eat them. Hosea 2:12.

In the same prophet,

The land will mourn and every inhabitant will waste away because of the wild animals of the field and the birds of the air. Hosea 4:3.

In David,

The boar of the forest tramples on it, and the wild animal of the fields feeds on it. Return, O God Zebaoth, and visit Your vine. Psalms 80:13-14.

In the same author,

You dispose the darkness to become night, in which every wild animal of the forest comes forth. Psalms 104:20.

In Moses,

If you walk in My statutes and keep My commandments and do them, I will banish 3 the evil wild animals from the land. But if you despise My statutes, I will send into you the wild animals of the field, which will lay you waste. Leviticus 26:3, 6, 15, 22.

In the same author,

Jehovah your God will cast out the nations before you little by little, lest perhaps the wild animals of the field multiply against you. Deuteronomy 7:22.

In these places 'the wild animals of the field', 'the wild animals of the earth', and 'the wild animals of the forest' stand for the falsities and evils that belong to self-love and love of the world.

[5] Since 'wild animal' means falsity, and falsity can spring from two different origins, that is to say, it may stem from evil or it may stem from good, 9258, 'wild animal' in the Word also means upright nations or gentiles who, though they are subject to falsity, nevertheless lead upright lives. The term 'wild animal' is used in this sense in David,

Every wild animal of the forest is Mine, and beasts on mountains of thousands; I know every bird of the mountains, and the wild animal of My fields is with Me. Psalms 50:10-11.

In the same author,

Praise Jehovah, wild animals and all beasts! Psalms 148:7, 10.

In Isaiah,

All wild animals of My fields - come to eat, all wild animals in the forest. Isaiah 56:9.

In Ezekiel,

In the branches of the cedar, which was Asshur, all the birds of the air made their nests, and under its branches every wild animal of the field brought forth, and in its shadow dwelt all great nations. Ezekiel 31:6.

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Footnotes:

1. Reading ut (so that) for et (and)

2. literally, the face of the field

3. literally, cause to cease

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(Odkazy: Exodus 23:29)

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ماثيو 18:12

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12 ماذا تظنون. ان كان لانسان مئة خروف وضل واحد منها أفلا يترك التسعة والتسعين على الجبال ويذهب يطلب الضال.

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Explanation of Matthew 18      

Napsal(a) Rev. John Clowes M.A.

Verses 1, 2, 3. That innocence ought to be exalted above every other good, and that without it there can be no conjunction of life with the Lord.

Verse 4. But that such conjunction is attainable in the degree that innocence is attainable.

Verses 5, 6. Because the Lord is innocence itself, and therefore they who are in innocence are in the Lord, and the Lord in them; but they who reject innocence, separate themselves from the Lord, and cast themselves into all infernal evils and falsities.

Verse 7. For all infernal evils and falsities come from the rejection of innocence, and though the Divine Providence cannot entirely prevent such rejection, yet the fault of rejection is not in Providence, but in him who rejects.

Verse 8. Therefore every natural affection, which rejects the truths of innocence, ought to he opposed and separated, since it is safer to he in simple good without genuine truth, than to know the truth and yet oppose it.

Verse 9. In like manner the natural thought of the understanding, which rejects innocence, ought to be discarded, since it is better not to know and to apprehend the truths of faith, than to know and to apprehend, and still live a life of evil.

Verse 10. The understanding of truth, therefore ought always to respect innocence, as being at all times in the closest connection with the Divine Good of the Lord's Divine Mercy.

Verse 11. On which account the Lord assumed the Humanity as a means of recalling the human understanding to such respect.

Verses 12, 13. And that thus a new spiritual church might be established, in the place of the celestial church which perished, in which spiritual church, as being in temptation-combats, a good might be formed superior to that of the first-created church.

Verse 14. And that thus the Divine Mercy might be manifested in the salvation of every one capable of being restored to innocence.

Verse 15. Man therefore ought to imitate this mercy by exerting every possible method to reclaim what is perverse either in himself or in others, and for this purpose by endeavouring to bring the guilt to view, that the offending party may see and acknowledge it.

Verse 16. And if the representation arising from one truth is not sufficient for the purpose, then he should apply a variety of truths to make the guilt more manifest.

Verse 17. And if this also prove ineffectual, then he should exert the influence arising from the combination of all goods and truths, in order to produce conviction, and if this prove insufficient, then the perversion is to be rejected as altogether irreclaimable.

Verses 18, 19, 20. For goods and truths combined have all power to introduce to heaven, or to exclude from heaven, being in connection with the Divine Omnipotence, and proceeding from the Lord's Divine Humanity, who is therefore continually present and operative in them.

Verse 22 to the end of the chapter. And who continually remits evil with those who desire its remission, thus instructing all who are in good and truth, that they also ought to remit without end.

Verse 24. For the debt which every man owes to the Divine Mercy is indefinite.

Verses 25, 26. And man is utterly unable to discharge it by any thing merely from himself, until he renounces his proprium, and acknowledges his inability, confessing in humility that all he possesses is of the Divine Mercy.

Verse 27. In which case he conjoins himself with that mercy, and is brought into a state of spiritual liberty, in which he freely and willingly renders back to the Lord the life which he receives from Him.

Verse 28. Nevertheless he is not yet in a state to be kind and merciful to others, according to the kindness and mercy shown to himself.

Verses 29, 30. Even though pressed by the same entreaty, with which he had prevailed on the Divine Mercy.

Verses 31, 32, 33. Until he is further instructed from the Divine Truth, that he ought to extend to others the mercy which he himself has received.

Verse 34. And is let also into temptation-combats.

Verse 35. Which must be the case with every one, until he suffers the Divine Mercy really to circulate in himself, so as to enable him to judge others from pure love and charity.

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