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Genesis 27

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1 Kun Iisak oli tullut vanhaksi ja hänen silmänsä olivat hämärtyneet, niin ettei hän enää voinut nähdä, kutsui hän Eesaun, vanhemman poikansa, ja sanoi hänelle: "Poikani!" Tämä vastasi hänelle: "Tässä olen".

2 Niin hän sanoi: "Katso, minä olen tullut vanhaksi enkä tiedä, milloin kuolen.

3 Ota siis aseesi, viinesi ja jousesi, ja mene kedolle ja pyydystä minulle riistaa.

4 Ja laita minulle herkkuruoka, minun mieliruokani, ja tuo se syödäkseni, että minä siunaisin sinut, ennenkuin kuolen."

5 Mutta Rebekka kuuli, kuinka Iisak puhui pojallensa Eesaulle. Ja kun Eesau oli lähtenyt kedolle pyydystämään riistaa, tuodakseen isällensä,

6 puhui Rebekka pojalleen Jaakobille sanoen: "Katso, minä kuulin sinun isäsi puhuvan veljellesi Eesaulle ja sanovan:

7 'Tuo minulle riistaa ja laita minulle herkkuruoka syödäkseni, että siunaisin sinut Herran edessä, ennenkuin kuolen'.

8 Kuule siis, poikani, mitä sanon, ja tee, mitä minä käsken:

9 mene laumaan ja ota sieltä minulle kaksi hyvää vohlaa laittaakseni niistä isällesi herkkuruuan, hänen mieliruokansa.

10 Ja sinun on vietävä se isäsi syödä, että hän siunaisi sinut, ennenkuin kuolee."

11 Mutta Jaakob sanoi äidillensä Rebekalle: "Katso, veljeni Eesau on karvainen, mutta minä olen sileäihoinen.

12 Entä jos isäni tunnustelee minua? Silloin minä joudun hänen silmissään pilkkaajaksi ja hankin itselleni kirouksen enkä siunausta."

13 Hänen äitinsä sanoi hänelle: "Kohdatkoon se kirous minua, poikani; kuule vain, mitä minä sanon, mene ja nouda".

14 Niin hän meni noutamaan ne ja toi ne äidilleen; ja hänen äitinsä laittoi herkkuruuan, hänen isänsä mieliruuan.

15 Ja Rebekka otti vanhemman poikansa Eesaun parhaat vaatteet, jotka olivat hänen hallussaan talossa, ja puki ne nuoremman poikansa Jaakobin ylle.

16 Mutta vohlain nahat hän kääri hänen käsiinsä ja paljaaseen kaulaansa.

17 Sitten hän antoi herkkuruuan ynnä leipomansa leivän poikansa Jaakobin käteen.

18 Ja Jaakob meni isänsä luo ja sanoi: "Isäni!" Hän vastasi: "Tässä olen; kuka sinä olet, poikani?"

19 Jaakob sanoi isällensä: "Minä olen Eesau, esikoisesi. Olen tehnyt, niinkuin käskit minun tehdä; nouse istumaan ja syö riistaani, siunataksesi minut."

20 Mutta Iisak sanoi pojalleen: "Kuinka olet, poikani, niin pian löytänyt?" Hän vastasi: "Herra, sinun Jumalasi, johdatti sen minun eteeni".

21 Niin Iisak sanoi Jaakobille: "Tulehan lähemmä, poikani, tunnustellakseni, oletko sinä poikani Eesau vai etkö".

22 Ja Jaakob astui isänsä Iisakin luo, ja tämä tunnusteli häntä ja sanoi: "Ääni on Jaakobin ääni, mutta kädet ovat Eesaun kädet".

23 Eikä Iisak tuntenut häntä, sillä hänen kätensä olivat karvaiset, niinkuin hänen veljensä Eesaun kädet, ja hän siunasi hänet.

24 Vielä hän kysyi: "Oletko sinä todella minun poikani Eesau?" Hän vastasi: "Olen".

25 Silloin hän sanoi: "Tuo ruoka minulle, syödäkseni poikani riistaa, että siunaisin sinut". Niin hän toi hänelle sen, ja hän söi; ja hän tarjosi hänelle viiniä, ja hän joi.

26 Senjälkeen hänen isänsä Iisak sanoi hänelle: "Tule tänne ja suutele minua, poikani".

27 Hän astui hänen luokseen ja suuteli häntä. Niin Iisak tunsi hänen vaatteidensa hajun ja siunasi hänet, sanoen: "Katso, minun poikani tuoksu on kuin kedon tuoksu, jonka Herra on siunannut.

28 Jumala antakoon sinulle taivaan kastetta ja maan lihavuutta, jyviä ja viiniä yllin kyllin.

29 Kansat palvelkoot sinua, kansakunnat sinua kumartakoot. Ole veljiesi herra, ja äitisi pojat kumartakoot sinua. Kirottu olkoon, joka sinua kiroaa, siunattu, joka sinua siunaa."

30 Kun Iisak oli ehtinyt siunata Jaakobin ja tämä juuri oli lähtenyt isänsä Iisakin luota, niin hänen veljensä Eesau tuli kotiin metsästämästä.

31 Ja hänkin laittoi herkkuruuan, vei sen isälleen ja sanoi isälleen: "Nouse, isäni, ja syö poikasi riistaa, siunataksesi minut".

32 Hänen isänsä Iisak kysyi häneltä: "Kuka olet?" Hän vastasi: "Minä olen poikasi Eesau, sinun esikoisesi".

33 Silloin Iisak säikähtyi kovin ja sanoi: "Kuka sitten oli se metsästäjä, joka toi minulle riistaa, niin että minä, ennenkuin sinä tulit, söin kaikkea ja siunasin hänet? Siunattu hän myös on oleva."

34 Kun Eesau kuuli isänsä sanat, puhkesi hän valittamaan äänekkäästi ja haikeasti ja sanoi isälleen: "Siunaa minutkin, isäni!"

35 Mutta hän vastasi: "Veljesi tuli kavalasti ja riisti sinulta siunauksen".

36 Niin hän sanoi: "Oikeinpa häntä kutsutaankin Jaakobiksi. Sillä hän on nyt kahdesti minut pettänyt: esikoisuuteni hän on minulta vienyt, ja katso, nyt hän riisti minulta myöskin siunauksen." Ja hän kysyi: "Eikö sinulla ole mitään siunausta minun varalleni?"

37 Ja Iisak vastasi ja sanoi Eesaulle: "Katso, minä olen asettanut hänet sinun herraksesi ja antanut kaikki hänen veljensä hänelle palvelijoiksi sekä varustanut hänet jyvillä ja viinillä; mitä voisin enää tehdä sinun hyväksesi, poikani?"

38 Eesau sanoi isällensä: "Tuo yksi ainoa siunausko sinulla vain onkin, isäni? Siunaa myöskin minut, isäni!" Ja Eesau korotti äänensä ja itki.

39 Niin hänen isänsä Iisak vastasi ja sanoi hänelle: "Katso, sinun asuinsijasi on oleva kaukana lihavasta maasta ja vailla taivaan kastetta ylhäältä.

40 Miekkasi varassa sinä olet elävä ja palveleva veljeäsi. Mutta valtoimena kierrellen sinä riisut hänen ikeensä niskaltasi."

41 Ja Eesau alkoi vihata Jaakobia siunauksen tähden, jolla hänen isänsä oli hänet siunannut; ja Eesau ajatteli itsekseen: "Pian tulee aika, jolloin suremme isäämme; silloin minä tapan veljeni Jaakobin".

42 Mutta Rebekalle ilmoitettiin hänen vanhemman poikansa Eesaun aikeista; ja hän kutsutti luokseen nuoremman poikansa Jaakobin ja sanoi hänelle: "Katso, veljesi Eesau uhkaa kostaa sinulle ja tappaa sinut.

43 Kuule siis, mitä sanon, poikani: nouse ja pakene minun veljeni Laabanin luo Harraniin

44 ja jää hänen luokseen joksikin aikaa, kunnes veljesi kiukku asettuu,

45 kunnes veljesi lakkaa sinua vihaamasta ja unhottaa, mitä olet hänelle tehnyt. Sitten minä lähetän noutamaan sinut sieltä. Minkätähden menettäisin teidät molemmat samana päivänä!"

46 Ja Rebekka sanoi Iisakille: "Minä olen kyllästynyt elämääni Heetin tyttärien tähden. Jos Jaakobkin ottaa vaimon Heetin tyttäristä, tässä maassa syntyneen, sellaisen kuin nämä, niin mitä varten minä enää elän?"

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Arcana Coelestia 296, 367, 925, 1430, 2576, 3296, 3304, ...


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Apocalypse Explained 376, 1159

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Arcana Coelestia # 3542

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3542. 'And on the smooth of his neck' means so that truth which disjoined was not apparent. This is clear from 'smooth' or 'the smooth' having reference to truth, dealt with in 3527, and from the meaning of 'the neck' as that which joins together, dealt with below. Here therefore, since the appearance was 'on the smooth of his neck' it means so that truth which disjoins was not apparent. The implications of all this may be seen from what has been stated and shown above in 3539, to the effect that the good and the truths which flow from the understanding but not at the same time from the will are neither good nor truths, no matter how much they seem to be so to outward appearance. And if the will is bent on evil, good and truths are disjoined and do not join together. But if the will is in some measure desirous of good, they do not in that case disjoin but join together, even though the order in which they stand is the reverse of proper order; for it is by means of such good and truths that a person is regenerated. And because such good and truths standing thus serve first in the regeneration of man it is said that truth which disjoined would not be apparent. But more of this in what follows below.

[2] The reason why 'the neck' means that which joins together is that higher things with man which belong to the head communicate with lower that belong to the body by means of the neck between. Consequently both influx and communication, and therefore conjunction, are meant by that which lies between. This will be seen far more clearly from the correspondences of the Grand Man with the parts of the human body, to be dealt with at the ends of chapters. The same is consequently meant in the Word by 'the neck', as in Isaiah,

His spirit, like an overflowing stream, will divide even at the neck. Isaiah 30:28.

Here 'an overflowing stream' stands for falsity flowing over in this fashion. 'Dividing at the neck' stands for blocking and cutting off the communication and consequent joining together of higher things with lower ones, which are blocked and cut off when spiritual good and truth are not being received.

[3] In Habakkuk,

You crushed the head from the house of the wicked, laying bare the foundation even at the neck. Habakkuk 3:13.

'Crushing the head from the house of the wicked' stands for destroying false assumptions. 'Laying bare the foundation even at the neck' stands for preventing thereby any joining together. In Jeremiah,

Entangled transgressions have risen up above my neck. He has struck at my strength; the Lord has given me into [their] hands; I am unable to rise up again. Lamentations 1:14.

'Entangled transgressions have risen up above my neck' stands for falsities coming up towards interior or rational things.

[4] Because 'the neck' meant that communication and joining together, 'bands around the neck' therefore meant the cutting off and so the destruction of truth, which occurs when spiritual things that are flowing in constantly from the Lord are no longer allowed to pass into the rational part of a person's mind, nor as a consequence into the natural part. It is this cutting off or destruction that is represented by Jeremiah's being told to make bands and bars for himself and put them on his neck; to send them to different peoples and say that they would be serving Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babel; and to say that those who did not place their necks under his yoke would be visited by sword, famine, and pestilence; but those who did bring their necks under it would be left in the land, Jeremiah 27:2-3, 8, 11. 'Placing the neck under the yoke of the king of Babel and serving him' stands for being made desolate as regards truth and vastated as regards good. For 'Babel' means one who lays waste, see 1327 (end); and people undergo vastation to prevent holy things from being profaned, 301-303, 1327, 1328, 2426, 3398, 3399, 3402. And since evil and falsity come to be served once the influx of good and truth has been cut off, 'placing the neck under the yoke' also means serving. In the same prophet,

Jehovah said, I will break the yoke of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babel from over the neck of all nations within two years. Jeremiah 28:11.

This stands for their being delivered from vastation. In Isaiah,

Shake yourself from the dust, arise, sit, O Jerusalem; loose the bonds from your neck, O captive daughter of Zion. Isaiah 52:2.

'Loosing the bonds from the neck' stands for letting in and receiving good and truth In Micah,

Behold, against this family I am devising this evil from which you will not remove your necks nor go erect, for that will be a time of evil. Micah 2:3.

'Not removing necks from evil' stands for not letting truth in. 'Not going erect' stands for not looking up to higher things, that is, to those of heaven, 248.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1327-1328, 3398-3399)


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Arcana Coelestia # 4352

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4352. 'And fell on his neck' means a second joining together involving everything included within that universal embodiment of truth. This is clear from the meaning of 'falling on the neck' as a closer joining together since it is a closer kind of embrace. Furthermore 'the neck' in the internal sense means the influx and communication of interior things with exterior, and therefore means a joining together of them, see 3542, 3603. The reason why this is a joining together of everything - or with everything - within that universal embodiment of truth is that Jacob, to whom 'his' refers here, means the universal embodiment of every kind of truth, 4346.

[2] The joining together of good and truths within the natural is described here, and the nature of that joining together is as follows: Good flows by way of the internal man into the external man, where it joins itself to the truths which have been introduced by way of the external man. For the good which flows in by way of the internal man is the good of love; indeed no good exists, spiritual or celestial, which is not the good of love. Love is the source of such good and the reason why it is called good with man. It is the actual love present within good and going with good that effects any joining together. Unless love were present within and at hand no joining together would ever be possible, for love is nothing other than a spiritual joining together since it is love that brings it about. This love comes from nowhere else than the Lord, for He is the fountain and source of all celestial and spiritual love, and therefore of all good which flows from that love. That love is twofold, celestial and spiritual. Celestial love is love to the Lord, while spiritual love is love to the neighbour and is called charity. These are the kinds of love from which all celestial or spiritual good is derived and which join themselves to truths which are called the truths of faith. For the truths of faith regarded without love are mere sounds devoid of any life; but through love, and so through being joined to the good of love, they receive life. From this it becomes clear that no measure of faith at all exists except with those who have the good of love in them, and that faith exists insofar as love is present.

[3] And since no measure of faith at all exists except with those who have the good of love within them, neither therefore does any confidence or trust exist with them. With people other than those who have love and charity, trust or confidence which is called the trust or confidence of faith is either spurious or else the kind that can exist even with devil-spirits when subject to fear or to anguish, or else to false persuasion resulting from self-love and love of the world. However, even though at the present day faith without the good works of charity has been made the bringer of salvation, people in a remote way still see that the truths of faith have no power to save because those truths are known also by the evil. Therefore they recognize confidence or trust, to which they give the name faith. They call it faith without being aware of what it really is, or that such is possible even with the evil, or that no spiritual confidence exists if it does not flow in by way of the good of love and charity. They are unaware of the fact that such spiritual confidence does not flow in when a person is subject to fear or anguish, or to false persuasion resulting from self-love and love of the world, but when he is in a state of freedom. Nor are they aware that spiritual confidence does not exist in people other than those with whom good has been joined to truths and become deeply rooted during the course of their lives prior to this, and so does not exist in cases of illness, misfortune, danger to life, or when death is at hand. If this confidence or trust which shows itself in a case of compulsion could save a person, then every mortal human being would be saved, for every one is brought with ease to that confidence; indeed there are none to whom the Lord - who desires the salvation of all - would not grant it. But regarding the confidence or trust which is called faith - what it is, the nature of it, and whom it exists with - this must in the Lord's Divine mercy be discussed elsewhere.

(Odkazy: Genesis 33:4)

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