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1 Dette er Navnene på Israels Sønner, der sammen med Jakob kom til Ægypten med deres Familier:

2 uben, Simeon, Levi og Juda,

3 Issakar, Zebulon og Benjamin,

4 Dan og Naftali, Gad og Aser.

5 Jakobs Efterkommere udgjorde i alt halvfjerdsindstyve, men Josef var i Ægypten.

6 Imidlertid døde Josef og alle hans Brødre og hele dette Slægtled.

7 Men Israeliterne var frugtbare og formerede sig, og de blev mange og overmåde talrige, så at Landet blev fuldt af dem.

8 Da kom der en ny Konge over Ægypten, som ikke vidste noget om Josef;

9 og han sagde til sit Folk: "Se, Israels Folk bliver talrigere og stærkere end vi.

10 Velan, lad os gå klogt til Værks imod dem, for at de ikke skal blive for mange; ellers kan det hænde, når vi kommer i Krig, at de går over til vore Modstandere og kæmper mod os og til sidst forlader Landet!"

11 Så satte man Fogeder over dem til at plage dem med Trællearbejde, og de måtte bygge Forrådsbyer for Farao: Pitom og a'amses.

12 Men jo mere man plagede dem, des flere blev de, og des mere bredte de sig, så Ægypterne fik ædsel for Israeliterne.

13 Og Ægypterne tvang Israeliterne til Trællearbejde

14 og gjorde dem Livet bittert ved hårdt Arbejde med Ler og Tegl og alle Hånde Markarbejde, ved alt det Arbejde, de tvang dem til at udføre for sig.

15 Ægypterkongen sagde da til Hebræerkvindernes Jordemødre, af hvilke den ene hed Sjifra, den anden Pua:

16 "Når I forløser Hebræerkvinderne, skal I se godt efter ved Fødselen, og er det et Drengebarn, tag så Livet af det, men er det et Pigebarn, lad det så leve!"

17 Men Jordemødrene frygtede Gud og gjorde ikke, som Ægypterkongen havde befalet dem, men lod Drengebørnene leve.

18 Da lod Ægypterkongen Jordemødrene kalde og sagde til dem: "Hvorfor har I båret eder således ad og ladet Drengebørnene leve?"

19 Men Jordemødrene svarede Farao: "Hebræerkvinderne er ikke som de Ægyptiske Kvinder, de har let ved at føde; inden Jordemoderen kommer til dem, har de allerede født!"

20 Og Gud gjorde vel imod Jordemødrene, og Folket blev stort og såre talrigt;

21 og Gud gav Jordemødrene Afkom, fordi de frygtede ham.

22 Da udstedte Farao den Befaling til hele sit Folk: "Alle Drengebørn, der fødes, skal I kaste i Nilen, men Pigebørnene skal I lade leve!"

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Významy biblických slov

Israels
'Israel,' in Jeremiah 23:8, signifies the spiritual natural church. The children of Israel dispersed all the literal sense of the Word by falsities. 'The children...

sønner
A child is a young boy or girl in the care of parents, older than a suckling or an infant, but not yet an adolescent....

kom
As with common verbs in general, the meaning of “come” in the Bible is highly dependent on context – its meaning is determined largely by...

simeon
In Revelation 7, 'Simeon', in the highest sense, signifies providence, in a spiritual sense, love towards our neighbor, or charity, and in a natural sense,...

levi
'Levi' signifies truth in practice, which is the good of life. 'Levi,' in the highest sense, signifies love and mercy, in a spiritual sense, he...

Juda
City of Judah,' as in Isaiah 40:9, signifies the doctrine of love towards the Lord and love towards our neighbor in its whole extent.

Issakar
Issachar,' in the highest sense, signifies the divine good of truth, and truth of good. In a spiritual sense, he signifies celestial conjugial love, which...

benjamin
Also, Benjamin signifies the Word in its ultimate sense (Deut. 33:12)

dan
The tribe of Dan (Jer. 8:16) signifies truth in its own ultimate degree of order, here truth in the church, which is contained in the...

Naftali
'Naphtali' in a supreme sense, signifies the proper power of the Lord’s divine human. In a spiritual sense, he signifies temptation and victory and a...

gad
Gad, in a supreme sense, signifies omnipotence; in a spiritual sense, the good of life, or use; and in a natural sense, works. Gad, in...

døde
Dead (Gen. 23:8) signifies night, in respect to the goodnesses and truths of faith.

brødre
Brethren (Gen. 27:29) signify the affections of good.

konge
The human mind is composed of two parts, a will and an understanding, a seat of loves and affections, and a seat of wisdom and...

vidste
Like so many common verbs, the meaning of "know" in the Bible is varied and dependent on context. And in some cases – when it...

sagde
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What...

se
The symbolic meaning of "seeing" is "understanding," which is obvious enough that it has become part of common language (think about it; you might see...

os
Angels do give us guidance, but they are mere helpers; the Lord alone governs us, through angels and spirits. Since angels have their assisting role,...

krig
War in the Word represents the combat of temptation when what is good is assaulted by what is evil or false. The evil that attacks...

fogeder
'Taskmasters' denote falsities which bind people in slavery.

bygge
There are really two meanings for "build" in the Bible. When something is being built for the first time, or built in the most typical...

farao
'Pharaoh' signifies scientific ideas, or the natural principle in general. 'Pharaoh' signifies false ideas infesting the truth of the church. Pharaoh,' in Genesis 40, represents...

frygtede
The fearful signify people who have no faith.

Gud
The Lord is called "Jehovah" in the Bible when the text is referring to his essence, which is love itself. He is called "God" when...

Kvinder
The word "woman" is used a number of different ways in the Bible – as a simple description, as someone connected to a man ("his...

kommer
Coming (Gen. 41:14) denotes communication by influx.

Født
In a general sense, being "born" in the Bible represents one spiritual state producing another, usually some form of love or affection producing or "giving...

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Meeting of three kings in Potsdam and Charlottenburg, 1709, by Samuel Theodor Gericke

The human mind is composed of two parts, a will and an understanding, a seat of loves and affections, and a seat of wisdom and knowledge. In the Bible, kings represent things in the understanding: true things by those kingdoms that are good or friendly; false things (that are taken to be true) by bad or unfriendly ones.  

The land of Canaan  represents the internal mind, where thoughts about good and evil, life, God and heaven take place. In the highest sense it represents heaven itself, and the three kings of the united kingdom of Israel in that land - Saul, David, and Solomon - represent the Divine truth of the the Bible as it is understood in its literal, its internal spiritual, and its inmost celestial senses, respectively.

 

To a person who has been operating in life pretty much as he or she pleases, the idea of a king of truth ruling in ones life can seem oppressive, just as Samuel described. But to the person who has accepted the need for spiritual regeneration, while this rule of truth may sometimes feel difficult, it is accepted as necessary. They acknowledge the Lord, as He reveals Himself in the Bible, as their King. At first this King may seem moody or ineffectual, as was Saul, but as the person works at understanding truth and putting it into effect in life, the King becomes more powerful and pleasing - represented by David. And in the end, the King is seen to be wise, as was Solomon.

 

The nations and tribes around Canaan, from Egypt to Babylon, or the Nile to the Euphrates, represent areas of the external mind that sometimes are allied to the internal, and sometimes at war with it. The kings of these nations all represent truth, or at least ideas they believe to be true and operates as truth for them, even if it is false.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1728, 5068; The Apocalypse Explained 31 [1,3,7])


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