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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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Apocalypse Revealed # 468

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468. And his feet like pillars of fire. This symbolizes the Lord's Divinity on the natural plane in respect to His Divine love, which sustains all things.

This, too, is apparent, from the explanation in no. 49 above, where it is said of the Son of Man that "His feet were like fine brass, as though fired in a furnace."

The angel's feet looked like pillars of fire because the Lord's Divinity on the natural plane - which fundamentally is the Divine humanity that He took on in the world - supports His Divinity from eternity, as the body does the soul, and likewise as the Word's natural meaning supports its spiritual and celestial meanings, on which subject see The Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture, nos.27-49. To be shown that feet symbolize something natural, see no. 49, and a pillar something that supports, no. 191.

Fire symbolizes love because spiritual fire is nothing else. Therefore it is customary in worship to pray that heavenly fire, that is to say, heavenly love, may kindle the worshipers' hearts. People know that there is a correspondence between fire and love from the fact that a person grows warm with love, and cold with its loss. Nothing else produces vital warmth but love, in both senses. The origin of these correspondences is owing to the existence of two suns, one in the heavens, which is pure love, and the other in the world, which is nothing but fire. This, too, is the reason for the correspondence between all spiritual and natural things.

(Odkazy: Leviticus 6:9; Revelation 10:1; Teachings about the Sacred Scripture 27-49)


[2] Since fire symbolizes Divine love, therefore on Mount Horeb Jehovah appeared to Moses in a bush on fire (Exodus 3:1-3). Moreover He descended upon Mount Sinai in fire (Deuteronomy 4:36). For this reason, too, the seven lamps of the lampstand in the Tabernacle were lit every evening, so as to burn before Jehovah (Leviticus 24:2-4). For the same reason fire burned continually on the altar and was not extinguished (Leviticus 6:13), and the priests took fire from the altar in their censers and burned incense (Leviticus 16:12-13).

Therefore Jehovah went before the children of Israel by night in a pillar of fire (Exodus 13:21-22). Fire from heaven consumed the burnt offerings on the altar, as a sign of His being well pleased (Leviticus 9:24, 1 Kings 18:38). The burnt offerings were called offerings by fire to Jehovah, and offerings by fire for a restful aroma to Jehovah (Exodus 29:18; Leviticus 1:9, 13, 17; 2:2, 9-11; 3:5, 16; 4:35; 5:12; 7:30; 21:6; Numbers 28:2; Deuteronomy 18:1).

Therefore in the book of Revelation the Lord's eyes looked like a flame of fire (Revelation 1:14; 2:18; 19:12, cf. Daniel 10:5-6). And seven lamps of fire burned before the throne (Revelation 4:5).

It is apparent from this what lamps containing oil and lamps without oil symbolize (Matthew 25:1-11). The oil means fire, and thus love.

And so on in many other places.

In an opposite sense fire symbolizes hellish love, and this is plain from so many passages in the Word that it would be impossible to cite them all because of their number. See something on the subject in the book Heaven and Hell, published in London, nos. 566-575.

(Odkazy: Exodus 40:38; Isaiah 4:5-6; Leviticus 4:31, Leviticus 6:18; Numbers 16:46-47; Psalms 105:39; Revelation 1:6, 1:18, 10:1)

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Apocalypse Revealed 399, 422, 450, 452, 464, 510, 599, 648, 659, 766, 775, 807, 835

True Christianity 684, 686

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