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1 Derpå sagde HE EN til Moses: "Gå til Farao! Thi jeg har forhærdet hans og hans Tjeneres Hjerte, at jeg kan komme til at gøre disse mine Tegn iblandt dem,

2 for at du må kunne fortælle din Søn og din Sønnesøn, hvorledes jeg handlede med Ægypterne, og om de Tegn, jeg gjorde iblandt dem; så skal I kende, at jeg er HE EN."

3 Da gik Moses og Aron til Farao og sagde til ham: "Så siger HE EN, Hebræernes Gud: Hvor længe vil du vægre dig ved at ydmyge dig for mig? Lad mit Folk rejse, at de kan dyrke mig!

4 Men hvis du vægrer dig ved at lade mit Folk rejse, se, da vil jeg i Morgen sende Græshopper over dine Landemærker,

5 og de skal skjule Landets Overflade, så man ikke kan se Jorden, og opæde esten af det, som er blevet tilovers for eder efter Haglen, og opæde alle eders Træer, som gror på Marken;

6 og de skal fylde dine Huse og alle dine Tjeneres og alle Ægypternes Huse således, at hverken dine Fædre eller dine Fædres Fædre nogen Sinde har oplevet Mage dertil, fra den Dag de kom til Verden og indtil denne Dag!" Dermed vendte han sig bort og forlod Farao.

7 Men Faraos Tjenere sagde til ham: "Hvor længe skal denne Mand styrte os i Ulykke? Lad dog disse Mennesker rejse og lad dem dyrke HE EN deres Gud! Har du endnu ikke indset, at Ægypten går til Grunde?"

8 Moses og Aron blev nu hentet tilbage til Farao, og han sagde til dem: "Drag af Sted og dyrk HE EN eders Gud! Men hvem er det nu, der vil af Sted?"

9 Moses svarede: "Med vore Børn og vore gamle vil vi drage af Sted, med vore Sønner og vore Døtre, vort Småkvæg og vort Hornkvæg vil vi drage af Sted, thi vi skal fejre HE ENs Højtid."

10 Da sagde han til dem: "HE EN være med eder, om jeg lader eder rejse sammen med eders Kvinder og Børn! Der ser man, at I har ondt i Sinde!

11 Nej men I Mænd kan drage bort og dyrke HE EN; det var jo det, I ønskede!" Derpå jog man dem bort fra Farao.

12 Da sagde HE EN til Moses: " æk din Hånd ud over Ægypten og få Græshopperne til at komme; de skal komme over Ægypten og opæde alt, hvad der vokser i Landet, alt, hvad Haglen har levnet!"

13 Moses rakte da sin Stav ud over Ægypten, og HE EN lod en Østenstorm blæse over Landet hele den Dag og den påfølgende Nat; og da det blev Morgen, førte Østenstormen Græshopperne med sig.

14 Da kom Græshopperne over hele Ægypten, og de slog sig ned i hele Ægyptens Område i uhyre Mængder; aldrig før havde der været så mange Græshopper, og ingen Sinde mere skal der komme så mange.

15 Og de skjulte hele Jordens Overflade, så Jorden blev sort af dem, og de opåd alt, hvad der voksede i Landet, og alle Træfrugter, alt, hvad Haglen havde levnet, og der blev intet grønt tilbage på Træerne eller på Markens Urter i hele Ægypten.

16 Da lod Farao skyndsomt Moses og Aron kalde til sig og sagde: "Jeg har syndet mod HE EN eders Gud og mod eder!

17 Men tilgiv mig nu min Synd denne ene Gang og gå i Forbøn hos eders Gud, at han dog blot vil tage denne dødbringende Plage fra mig!"

18 Da gik Moses bort fra Farao og bad til HE EN.

19 Og HE EN lod Vinden slå om til EN voldsom Vestenvind, som tog Græshopperne og drev dem ud i det røde Hav, så der ikke blev EN eneste Græshoppe tilbage i hele Ægyptens Område.

20 Men HE EN forhærdede Faraos Hjerte, så han ikke lod Israeliterne rejse.

21 Derpå sagde HE EN til Moses: " æk din Hånd op mod Himmelen, så skal der komme et Mørke over Ægypten, som man kan tage og føle på!"

22 Da rakte Moses sin Hånd op mod Himmelen, og der kom et tykt Mørke i hele Ægypten i tre Dage;

23 den ene kunde ikke se den anden, og ingen flyttede sig af Stedet i tre Dage; men overalt, hvor Israeliterne boede, var det lyst.

24 Da lod Farao Moses kalde og sagde: "Drag hen og dyrk HE EN. Dog skal eders Småkvæg og Hornkvæg blive tilbage, men eders Kvinder og Børn må I tage med."

25 Men Moses sagde: "Du må også overlade os Slagtofre og Brændofre, som vi kan bringe HE EN vor Gud;

26 også vore Hjorde må vi have med, ikke en Klov må blive tilbage, thi dem har vi Brug for, når vi skal dyrke HE EN vor Gud, og vi ved jo ikke,hvor meget vi behøver dertil, før vi kommer til Stedet."

27 Da forhærdede HE EN Faraos Hjerte, så han nægtede at lade dem rejse.

28 Og Farao sagde til ham: "Gå bort fra mig og vogt dig for at komme mig for Øje mere; thi den Dag du kommer mig for Øje, er du dødsens!"

29 Da sagde Moses: "Du har sagt det, jeg skal ikke mere komme dig for Øje!"

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A "house" is essentially a container - for a person, for a family, for several families or even for a large group with shared interests (think of the term "houses of worship.") In the Bible, a "house" is also a container, but for spiritual things rather than natural things. In various uses a "house" can represent part of the mind, the whole mind, a whole person or even a church, in each case a collective being containing many ideas.

The other nuance to the word "house" is that it is generally used in regards to our affections and desires rather than our thoughts and principles. This makes sense; we tend to engage our toughts and rationality when we are out in the world doing our work, but when we are inside our houses we are driven most by love for our families and the desire to be good to those we love. So "house" tends to represent the things we want, the things we care about - which are ultimately the things that define us anyway.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 710, 1488, 2048, 3128, 3142, 3720, 4982, 5023, 5311, 5353, 6690, 7353, 7448, 7929, 9150, 9154)

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7688. 'And the land was darkened' means that falsity was introduced where there had been truth. This is clear from the meaning of 'darkness' as falsities, dealt with in 1839, 1860, 4418, 4531, so that 'being darkened' is being subject to falsity. And since the vastation of those who belonged to the Church, had a knowledge of truths, but led an evil life, are the subject 'the land was darkened' means falsity where there has been truth. Truth is meant in the internal sense by 'light', and therefore falsity is meant by 'darkness'; for truth and falsity are opposites like light and darkness. And those guided by truth dwell in actual light, whereas those under the influence of falsity dwell in actual darkness. The inferior light which those under the influence of falsity in the next life dwell in turns into thick darkness at the presence of the superior light of heaven, and into even thicker darkness with those who have belonged to the Church, because their falsity has stood in opposition to the truth of faith, as accords with the Lord's words in Matthew,

If the light that is in you is darkness, how great is the darkness! Matthew 6:23.

And in the same gospel,

The sons of the kingdom will be thrown into outer darkness. Matthew 8:12.

'The sons of the kingdom' are members of the Church, and 'outer darkness' is more serious falsities, the term 'outer' being used because falsities in the outermost parts are more serious ones.

[2] The fact that falsities are called 'darkness' is clear from a number of places in the Word, for example in John,

Light has come into the world, but men preferred darkness rather than light, for their works were evil. John 3:19.

In the same gospel,

Walk, as long as you have the light, lest darkness overtakes you. I have come as light into the world in order that all who believe in Me may not remain in darkness. John 12:35, 46.

In Isaiah,

Woe to those who speak of evil as good, and of good as evil, who put darkness for light, and light for darkness! Isaiah 5:20.

In Jeremiah,

Give glory to Jehovah your God before He brings darkness and before your feet stumble on the twilight mountains; then you will look for light but He will turn it into the shadow of death, He will place it in thick darkness. Jeremiah 13:16.

In Ezekiel,

When I have blotted you out, I will cover the heavens and darken their stars. I will cover the sun with a cloud, and the moon will not give its light. All the bright lights in the heavens I will make dark over you, and I will put darkness over your land. Ezekiel 32:7-8.

In Joel,

The day of Jehovah is coming, it is near, a day of darkness and thick darkness, a day of cloud and gloom. Joel 2:1-2; Amos 5:18, 20.

In Zephaniah,

A day of wrath is that day, a day of ruin and devastation, a day of darkness and thick darkness. Zephaniah 1:15.

In these places 'darkness' means falsities. In addition 'darkness' in the Word means lack of knowledge of the truth, such as exists with gentiles who do not have the Word and know nothing about the Lord.

(Odkazy: Amos 5:18-20; Exodus 10:15)

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