Genezo 16


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1 Kaj Saraj, la edzino de Abram, ne naskis al li; sed sxi havis sklavinon, Egiptinon, kies nomo estis Hagar.

2 Kaj Saraj diris al Abram: Jen la Eternulo sxlosis min, ke mi ne nasku; eniru do al mia sklavino, eble mi havos infanojn per sxi. Kaj Abram obeis la vocxon de Saraj.

3 Kaj Saraj, la edzino de Abram, prenis Hagaron la Egiptinon, sian sklavinon, kiam pasis dek jaroj de la tempo, kiam Abram eklogxis en la lando Kanaana, kaj sxi donis sxin al sia edzo Abram kiel edzinon.

4 Kaj li venis al Hagar, kaj sxi gravedigxis. Kaj sxi vidis, ke sxi gravedigxis, kaj tiam sxia sinjorino senvalorigxis en sxiaj okuloj.

5 Kaj Saraj diris al Abram: Vi estas maljusta kontraux mi; mi donis mian sklavinon en viajn brakojn, sed kiam sxi vidis, ke sxi gravedigxis, mi senvalorigxis en sxiaj okuloj; la Eternulo jugxu inter mi kaj vi.

6 Kaj Abram diris al Saraj: Jen via sklavino estas en viaj manoj, faru kun sxi cxion, kio placxas al vi. Kaj Saraj komencis premi sxin, kaj sxi forkuris.

7 Kaj trovis sxin angxelo de la Eternulo cxe akva fonto en la dezerto, cxe la fonto sur la vojo al SXur.

8 Kaj li diris: Hagar, sklavino de Saraj, de kie vi venas kaj kien vi iras? Kaj sxi diris: De Saraj, mia sinjorino, mi forkuras.

9 Kaj la angxelo de la Eternulo diris al sxi: Reiru al via sinjorino, kaj humiligxu sub sxiaj manoj.

10 Kaj la angxelo de la Eternulo diris al sxi: Mi multigos vian idaron tiel, ke pro multeco oni ne povos gxin kalkuli.

11 Kaj la angxelo de la Eternulo diris al sxi: Jen vi estas graveda, kaj vi naskos filon; kaj vi donos al li la nomon Isxmael, cxar la Eternulo auxdis vian suferon.

12 Kaj li estos homo sovagxa; lia mano estos kontraux cxiuj, kaj la manoj de cxiuj kontraux li, kaj li logxos antaux cxiuj siaj fratoj.

13 Kaj la Eternulon, kiu parolis al sxi, sxi nomis: Dio-kiu-min-vidis; cxar sxi diris: CXi tie mi vidis Tiun, kiu min vidas; kaj cxu mi poste vivas?

14 Tial oni nomis tiun puton puto de la Vivanto-Vidanto; gxi estas inter Kadesx kaj Bered.

15 Kaj Hagar naskis al Abram filon; kaj Abram donis al sia filo, kiun naskis Hagar, la nomon Isxmael.

16 Kaj Abram havis la agxon de okdek ses jaroj, kiam Hagar naskis Isxmaelon al Abram.

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Arcana Coelestia 1890, 1891, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, ...

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6132. 'And said to him, We will not hide from [my] lord' means that it is well known to the internal. This is clear from the meaning of 'saying' as perception, dealt with above in 6063; from the representation of Joseph, to whom 'lord' refers here, as the internal, dealt with already; and from the meaning of 'not concealing from him' as being well known. The reason why 'not concealing' in the internal sense means being well known is that everything that exists and happens in the natural is well known to the internal; for the natural derives all that it is from the internal, from which therefore nothing can be hidden. Yet even so, the external sense, especially where it is historical, uses the kind of words that appear here. It is like when the Lord speaks to a person He first asks him about what is going on even though it is fully known to Him, as when the angel of Jehovah spoke to Hagar, Genesis 16:7-8; to Abraham, Genesis 18:9; and to Moses, Exodus 4:2. Nor can the external otherwise be content, for unless it declares something it does not think it can be known.

(Odkazy: Genesis 47:18)

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