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Genesis 14

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1 Dengang Amrafel var Konge i Sinear, Arjok i Ellasar, Kedorlaomer i Elam og Tidal i Gojim.

2 lå de i Krig med Kong Bera af Sodoma, Kong Birsja af Gomorra, Kong Sjin'ab af Adma, Kong Sjem'eher af Zebojim og Kongen i Bela, det et Zoar.

3 Alle disse havde slået sig sammen og var rykket frem til Siddims Dal, det er Salthavet.

4 I tolv År havde de stået under Kedorlaomer, men i det trettende faldt de fra;

5 og i det fjortende År kom Kedorlaomer og de Konger, som fulgte ham. Først slog de efaiterne i Asjtarot Karnajim, Zuziterne i Ham, Emiterne i Sjave Kirjatajim

6 og Horiterne i Seirs Bjerge hen ad El-Paran til ved Ørkenens and;

7 så vendte de om og drog til Misjpatkilden, det er Hadesj, og slog Amalekiterne i hele deres Område og ligeså de Amoriter, der boede i Hazazon Tamar.

8 Da drog Sodomas, Gomorras, Admas, Zebojims og Belas, det er Zoats, Konger ud og indlod sig i Siddims Dal i Kamp

9 med Kong Kedorlaomer af Elam, Kong Tid'al af Gojim, Kong Amrafel af Sinear og Kong Arjok af Ellasar, fire Konger mod fem.

10 Men Siddims Dal var fuld af Jordbeggruber; og da Sodomas og Gomorras Konger blev slået på Flugt, styrtede de i dem, medens de, der blev tilbage, flyede op i Bjergene.

11 Så tog Fjenden alt Godset i Sodoma og Gomorra og alle Levnedsmidlerne og drog bort;

12 ligeledes tog de, da de drog bort, Abrams Brodersøn Lot og alt hans Gods med sig; thi han boede i Sodoma.

13 Men en Flygtning kom og meldte det til Hebræeren Abram, der boede ved den Lund, som tilhørte Amoriten Mamre, en Broder til Esjkol og Aner, der ligesom han var Abrams Pagtsfæller.

14 Da nu Abram hørte, at hans Frænde var taget til Fange, mønstrede han sine Husfolk, de hjemmefødte Trælle, 318 Mand, og satte efter Fjenden til Dan;

15 der faldt han og hans Trælle over dem om Natten, slog dem på Flugt og forfulgte dem op til Hoba norden for Damaskus.

16 Derefter bragte han alt Godset tilbage; også sin Frænde Lot og hans Gods førte han tilbage og ligeledes Kvinderne og Folket.

17 Da han nu kom tilbage fra Sejren over Kedorlaomer og de Konger, der fulgte ham, gik Sodomas Konge ham i Møde i Sjavedalen, det er Kongedalen.

18 Men Salems Konge Melkizedek, Gud den Allerhøjestes Præst, bragte Brød og Vin

19 og velsignede ham med de Ord: "Priset være Abram for Gud den Allerhøjeste, Himmelens og Jordens Skaber,

20 og priset være Gud den Allerhøjeste, der gav dine Fjender i din Hånd!" Og Abram gav ham Tiende af alt.

21 Sodomas Konge sagde derpå til Abram: "Giv mig Menneskene og behold selv Godset!"

22 Men Abram svarede Sodomas Konge: "Til HE EN, Gud den Allerhøjeste, Himmelens og Jordens Skaber, løfter jeg min Hånd på,

23 at jeg ikke vil tage så meget som en Tråd eller en Sandalrem eller overhovedet noget som helst af din Ejendom; du skal ikke sige, at du har gjort Abram rig!

24 Jeg vil intet have, kun hvad de unge Mænd har fortæret, og mine Ledsagere, Aner, Esjkol og Mamres Del, lad dem få deres Del!"

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101. "'And you will have tribulation ten days.'" This symbolically means that this will continue the whole time, that is, as long as they wish to remain caught up in falsities.

Tribulation, which we discussed in nos. 33 and 95 above, here symbolizes infestation, thus temptation or trial; and ten days symbolize the duration of that state to its completion. Therefore the people of this church are told next, "Be faithful until death," which symbolizes their reception and acknowledgment of truths until their falsities have been set aside and seemingly abolished.

Ten days symbolize the duration of their state to its completion because a day symbolizes a state, and ten completeness. For intervals of time in the Word symbolize states (no. 947), and numbers add their character (no. 10).

(Odkazy: Apocalypse Revealed 9; Revelation 2:10)


[2] Since ten symbolizes completeness, it also symbolizes much or many, and every or all, as can be seen from the following passages:

...the men who have seen My glory... have put Me to the test... ten times... (Numbers 14:22)

...ten times you have reproached me. (Job 19:3)

(Daniel was found) ten times better than... the astrologers. (Daniel 1:20)

...ten women shall bake your bread in one oven... (Leviticus 26:26)

...ten men from every language of the nations shall grasp the sleeve of a Jewish man... (Zechariah 8:23)

Because ten symbolizes much and also all, therefore the precepts that Jehovah wrote upon the tablets of the Decalogue are called the Ten Commandments (Deuteronomy 4:13; 10:4). The Ten Commandments embody all truths, for they encompass them.

Moreover, because ten symbolizes all, therefore the Lord likened the kingdom of heaven to ten virgins (Matthew 25:1). And in a parable He said of a certain nobleman that the nobleman gave his servants ten minas with which to do business (Luke 19:12-27).

Much is also symbolically meant by the ten horns of the beast that came up from the sea in Daniel 7:7; by the ten horns and the ten jewels 1 upon the horns of the beast rising up from the sea in Revelation 13:1; by the ten horns of the dragon in Revelation 12:3; and by the ten horns of the scarlet beast with the woman sitting upon it in Revelation 17:3, 7, 12. The ten horns symbolize much power.

(Odkazy: Acts of the Apostles 19:3)


[3] From the symbolic meaning of ten as being complete, much, and all, it can be seen why it was instituted that a tenth part of all the produce of the earth be given to Jehovah, and by Jehovah in turn to Aaron and the Levites (Numbers 18:24, 28, Deuteronomy 14:22), and why Abram gave to Melchizedek a tithe of all (Genesis 14:18, 20). For this symbolically meant that everything they had therefore was from Jehovah and sanctified by Him (see Malachi 3:10).

It can be seen from this now that having tribulation ten days means, symbolically, that their temptation or trial will continue the whole time, that is, as long as they wish to remain caught up in falsities. For falsities are never taken from a person against his will, but in accord with it.

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Footnotes:

1. The word translated as "jewels" here means diadems or crowns in the original Greek and Latin, but the writer's definitions of the term elsewhere make plain that he regularly and consistently interpreted it to mean jewels or gems.

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(Odkazy: Revelation 2:10)

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