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منشأ 30

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1 فلما رأت راحيل انها لم تلد ليعقوب غارت راحيل من اختها وقالت ليعقوب هب لي بنين. وإلا فانا اموت.

2 فحمي غضب يعقوب على راحيل وقال ألعلي مكان الله الذي منع عنك ثمرة البطن.

3 فقالت هوذا جاريتي بلهة. ادخل عليها فتلد على ركبتيّ وأرزق انا ايضا منها بنين.

4 . فاعطته بلهة جاريتها زوجة. فدخل عليها يعقوب

5 . فحبلت بلهة وولدت ليعقوب ابنا

6 فقالت راحيل قد قضى لي الله وسمع ايضا لصوتي واعطاني ابنا. لذلك دعت اسمه دانا.

7 وحبلت ايضا بلهة جارية راحيل وولدت ابنا ثانيا ليعقوب.

8 فقالت راحيل مصارعات الله قد صارعت اختي وغلبت. فدعت اسمه نفتالي

9 ولما رأت ليئة انها توقّفت عن الولادة اخذت زلفة جاريتها واعطتها ليعقوب زوجة.

10 فولدت زلفة جارية ليئة ليعقوب ابنا.

11 فقالت ليئة بسعد. فدعت اسمه جادا.

12 وولدت زلفة جارية ليئة ابنا ثانيا ليعقوب.

13 فقالت ليئة بغبطتي لانه تغبطني بنات. فدعت اسمه اشير

14 ومضى رأوبين في ايام حصاد الحنطة فوجد لفّاحا في الحقل وجاء به الى ليئة امه. فقالت راحيل لليئة اعطني من لفّاح ابنك.

15 فقالت لها أقليل انك اخذت رجلي فتاخذين لفّاح ابني ايضا. فقالت راحيل اذا يضطجع معك الليلة عوضا عن لفّاح ابنك.

16 فلما اتى يعقوب من الحقل في المساء خرجت ليئة لملاقاته وقالت اليّ تجيء لاني قد استأجرتك بلفّاح ابني. فاضطجع معها تلك الليلة.

17 وسمع الله لليئة فحبلت وولدت ليعقوب ابنا خامسا.

18 فقالت ليئة قد اعطاني الله اجرتي لاني اعطيت جاريتي لرجلي. فدعت اسمه يسّاكر.

19 وحبلت ايضا ليئة وولدت ابنا سادسا ليعقوب.

20 فقالت ليئة قد وهبني الله هبة حسنة. الآن يساكنني رجلي لاني ولدت له ستة بنين. فدعت اسمه زبولون.

21 ثم ولدت ابنة ودعت اسمها دينة

22 وذكر الله راحيل وسمع لها الله وفتح رحمها.

23 فحبلت وولدت ابنا. فقالت قد نزع الله عاري.

24 ودعت اسمه يوسف قائلة يزيدني الرب ابنا آخر

25 وحدث لما ولدت راحيل يوسف ان يعقوب قال للابان اصرفني لاذهب الى مكاني والى ارضي.

26 اعطني نسائي واولادي الذين خدمتك بهم فاذهب. لانك انت تعلم خدمتي التي خدمتك.

27 فقال له لابان ليتني اجد نعمة في عينيك. قد تفاءلت فباركني الرب بسببك.

28 وقال عيّن لي اجرتك فاعطيك.

29 فقال له انت تعلم ماذا خدمتك وماذا صارت مواشيك معي.

30 لان ما كان لك قبلي قليل فقد اتّسع الى كثير وباركك الرب في اثري. والآن متى اعمل انا ايضا لبيتي.

31 فقال ماذا اعطيك. فقال يعقوب لا تعطيني شيئا. ان صنعت لي هذا الامر اعود ارعى غنمك واحفظها.

32 اجتاز بين غنمك كلها اليوم. وأعزل انت منها كل شاة رقطاء وبلقاء وكل شاة سوداء بين الخرفان وبلقاء ورقطاء بين المعزى. فيكون مثل ذلك اجرتي

33 ويشهد فيّ برّي يوم غد اذا جئت من اجل اجرتي قدامك. كل ما ليس ارقط او ابلق بين المعزى واسود بين الخرفان فهو مسروق عندي.

34 فقال لابان هوذا ليكن بحسب كلامك.

35 فعزل في ذلك اليوم التيوس المخطّطة والبلقاء وكل العناز الرقطاء والبلقاء. كل ما فيه بياض وكل اسود بين الخرفان. ودفعها الى ايدي بنيه.

36 وجعل مسيرة ثلاثة ايام بينه وبين يعقوب. وكان يعقوب يرعى غنم لابان الباقية

37 فأخذ يعقوب لنفسه قضبانا خضرا من لبنى ولوز ودلب وقشر فيها خطوطا بيضا كاشطا عن البياض الذي على القضبان.

38 واوقف القضبان التي قشرها في الاجران في مساقي الماء حيث كانت الغنم تجيء لتشرب. تجاه الغنم. لتتوحم عند مجيئها لتشرب.

39 فتوحّمت الغنم عند القضبان وولدت الغنم مخطّطات ورقطا وبلقا.

40 وافرز يعقوب الخرفان وجعل وجوه الغنم الى المخطّط وكل اسود بين غنم لابان. وجعل له قطعانا وحده ولم يجعلها مع غنم لابان.

41 وحدث كلما توحّمت الغنم القوية ان يعقوب وضع القضبان امام عيون الغنم في الاجران. لتتوحّم بين القضبان.

42 وحين استضعفت الغنم لم يضعها. فصارت الضعيفة للابان والقوية ليعقوب.

43 فاتّسع الرجل كثيرا جدا. وكان له غنم كثير وجوار وعبيد وجمال وحمير

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4013. 'Jacob took for himself fresh rods of poplar' means the power proper to natural good. This is clear from the meaning of 'a rod' as power, and from the meaning of 'poplar' as the good of the natural, dealt with below. 'A rod' is referred to in various places in the Word, and in every case it means power, for one reason because of its use by shepherds in the exercise of power over their flocks, and for another because it served to support the body, and existed so to speak for the sake of the right hand - for 'the hand' means power, 878, 3387. And because it had that meaning a rod was also used in ancient times by a king; and the royal emblem was a short rod and also a sceptre. And not only a king used a rod, but also a priest and a prophet did so, in order that he too might denote by means of his rod the power which he possessed, as Aaron and Moses did. This explains why Moses was commanded so many times to stretch out his rod, and on other occasions his hand, when miracles were performed, the reason being that 'a rod' and 'the hand' means Divine power. And it is because 'a rod' means power that the magicians of Egypt likewise used one when performing magical miracles. It is also the reason why at the present day a magician is represented with a rod in his hand.

[2] From all these considerations it may be seen that power is meant by 'rods'. But in the original language the word used for the rod that a shepherd, or else a king, or else a priest or a prophet possessed, is different from that used for the rods which Jacob took. The latter were used by wayfarers and so also by shepherds, as becomes clear from other places, such as Genesis 32:10; Exodus 12:11; 1 Samuel 17:40, 43; Zechariah 11:7, 10. In the present verse, it is true, the rod is not referred to as one supporting the hand but as a stick cut out from a tree, that is to say, from the poplar, hazel, or plane, to be placed in the troughs in front of the flock. Nevertheless the word has the same meaning, for in the internal sense it describes the power of natural good and from that the good that empowers natural truths.

[3] As regards 'the poplar' from which a rod was made, it should be recognized that trees in general mean perceptions and cognitions - perceptions when they have reference to the celestial man, but cognitions when they have reference to the spiritual man, see 103, 2163, 2682, 2722, 2972. This being so, trees specifically mean goods and truths, for it is these that are involved in perceptions and cognitions. Some kinds of trees mean the interior goods and truths which belong to the spiritual man, such as olives and vines, other kinds mean the exterior goods and truths which belong to the natural man, such as the poplar, the hazel, and the plane. And because in ancient times each tree meant some kind of good or truth, the worship which took place in groves accorded with the kinds of trees there, 2722. The poplar referred to here is the white poplar, so called from the whiteness from which it gets its name. Consequently 'poplar' means good which was a product of truth, or what amounts to the same, the good of truth, as also in Hosea 4:13, though in this instance the good has been falsified.

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