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Daniel 10

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1 I Perserkongen Kyros tredje regeringsår modtog Daniel, som havde fået Navnet Beltsazzar, en Åbenbaring; og Ordet er Sandhed og varsler om stor Trængsel. Og han mærkede sig Ordet og agtede på Synet.

2 På den Tid holdt jeg, Daniel. Sorg i hele tre Uger.

3 Lækre Spiser nød jeg ikke, Kød og Vin kom ikke i min Mund, og jeg salvede mig ikke, før hele tre Uger var gået.

4 Men på den fire og tyvende Dag i den første Måned var jeg ved Bredden af den store Flod, det er Hiddekel.

5 Og jeg løftede Øjnene og skuede, og se, der var en Mand, som var iført linnede Klæder og havde et Bælte af fint Ofirguld om Hofterne.

6 Hans Legeme var som Krysolit, hans Ansigt strålede som Lynet, hans Øjne var som Ildsluer, hans Arme og Ben som blankt Kobber og hans øst som en larmende Hob.

7 Jeg, Daniel, var den eneste, der så Synet; de Mænd, som var hos mig, så det ikke; men stor ædsel faldt over dem, og de flygtede og gemte sig,

8 så jeg blev ene tilbage. Da jeg så dette vældige Syn, blev der ikke Kraft tilbage i mig, og mit Ansigt skiftede Farve og blev ligblegt, og jeg havde ingen Kræfter mere.

9 Da hørte jeg ham tale, og som jeg hørte det, faldt jeg, bedøvet om med Ansigtet imod Jorden.

10 Og se, en Hånd rørte ved mig og fik mig skælvende op på mine Knæ og Hænder.

11 Og han sagde til mig: "Daniel, du højt elskede Mand, mærk dig de Ord, jeg taler til dig, og rejs dig op, thi nu er jeg sendt til dig,!" Og da han talede således til mig, rejste jeg mig skælvende.

12 sagde han til mig: "Frygt ikke, Daniel, thi straks den første Dag du gav dit Hjerte hen til at søge indsigt og ydmyge dig for din Guds Åsyn, blev dine Ord hørt, og jeg er kommet for dine Ords Skyld.

13 Perserrigets Fyrste stod mig imod i een og tyve Dage, men se, da kom Mikael, en af de ypperste Fyrster, mig til Hjælp; ham lod jeg blive der hos Perserkongernes Fyrste;

14 og nu er jeg kommet for at lade dig vide, hvad der skal times dit Folk i de sidste Dage; thi atter er der en Åbenbaring om de Dage."

15 Medens han talede således til mig, bøjede jeg målløs Ansigtet mod Jorden.

16 Og se, noget, der så ud som en Menneskehånd, rørte ved mine Læber, og jeg åbnede min Mund og talte således til ham, som stod for mig: "Herre, ved Synet overvældedes jeg af Smerter og har ikke flere kræfter.

17 Og hvor kan jeg, min Herres ringe Træl, tale til dig, høje Herre? Af ædsel har jeg mistet min Kraft, og der er ikke Vejr tilbage i mig!"

18 Så rørte atter en som et Menneske at se til ved mig og styrkede mig;

19 og han sagde: "Frygt ikke, du højt elskede Mand! Fred være med dig, vær trøstig og ved godt Mod!" Og som han talede med mig, følte jeg mig styrket og sagde: "Tal, Herre, thi du har styrket mig!"

20 Da sagde han: "Ved du, hvorfor jeg kom til dig? Jeg må nu straks vende tilbage for at kæmpe med Persiens Fyrste, og så snart jeg er færdig dermed, se, da kommer Grækenlands Fyrste.

21 Og ikke een hjælper mig imod dem undtagen Mikael, eders Fyrste,

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Apocalypse Revealed 500, 548

Heaven and Hell 171

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 181


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 425, 1664, 2162, 2788, 3021, 6135, 7601, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 34, 36, 49, 56, 468, 505, 671, ...

Divine Providence 134

The Lord 4, 52

True Christianity 157


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 50, 69, 77, 79, 80, 375, 504, ...

Scriptural Confirmations 2, 4, 15, 42

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kød
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vin
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fire
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måned
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en
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arme
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flygtede
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syn
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jorden
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sendt
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frygt
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hjerte
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Heart      

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by Caleb Kerr

The heart means love. A good heart means love to the Lord and to the neighbor while a hard or stony heart means the love of self or the world, riches and things. When the psalmist asks the Lord to search his heart, he wants the Lord to see what it is that he loves. And we are what we love. What we eat may form our earthly body, but it's only temporary, what we love forms our spiritual body, beautiful or ugly as we have chosen.

It's interesting to note that the first multi-cellular motion of our embryo is the pulsating that starts in a twist of blood vessel that is to become our heart, and the last motion of our natural body is our heartbeat. It is there for all of our natural life. And of course there is a beating heart in our spiritual bodies when we come to put them on.

It is hard to think of the uses of the heart in the body without also thinking of the lungs. The heart circulates the blood to give life to the whole body but unless that blood is sent first to the lungs to be oxygenated and purged of injurious gases it would be useless. These two organs work together, and they are nested together with the heart lying between the two lungs, and each feels the others motion. These two represent our love and our wisdom, and just as our loves need to be purified of injurious things by our understanding of truth, and charged wit the knowledge of how to actually do the activities it longs for, so the love and wisdom, or will and understanding, work exactly like our heart and lungs. In truth it goes deeper than that. Our will and understanding are created in "the image and likeness" of God's Divine will and Divine understanding, and our hearts and our lungs function the way they do to mirror that on the lowest level of creation.

There is always more to be said, more connections to be made. See "Church" and "Grand man".

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 637, 9050, 9276 [6]; Divine Love and Wisdom 399)


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