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1 Mose 7

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1 Und Jehova sprach zu Noah: Gehe in die Arche, du und dein ganzes Haus; denn dich habe ich gerecht vor mir erfunden in diesem Geschlecht.

2 Von allem reinen Vieh sollst du sieben und sieben zu dir nehmen, ein Männchen und sein Weibchen; und von dem Vieh, das nicht rein ist, zwei, ein Männchen und sein Weibchen;

3 auch von dem Gevögel des Himmels sieben und sieben, ein Männliches und ein Weibliches: um Samen am Leben zu erhalten auf der Fläche der ganzen Erde.

4 Denn in noch sieben Tagen, so lasse ich auf die Erde regnen vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte und werde vertilgen von der Fläche des Erdbodens alles Bestehende, das ich gemacht habe. -

5 Und Noah tat nach allem, was Jehova ihm geboten hatte.

6 Und Noah war sechshundert Jahre alt, als die Flut kam, Wasser über die Erde.

7 Und Noah und seine Söhne und sein Weib und die Weiber seiner Söhne mit ihm gingen in die Arche vor den Wassern der Flut.

8 Von dem reinen Vieh und von dem Vieh, das nicht rein ist, und von dem Gevögel und von allem, was sich auf dem Erdboden regt,

9 kamen zwei und zwei zu Noah in die Arche, ein Männliches und ein Weibliches, wie Gott dem Noah geboten hatte.

10 Und es geschah nach sieben Tagen, da kamen die Wasser der Flut über die Erde.

11 Im sechshundertsten Jahre des Lebens Noahs, im zweiten Monat, am siebzehnten Tage des Monats, an diesem Tage brachen auf alle Quellen der großen Tiefe, und die Fenster des Himmels taten sich auf.

12 Und der Regen fiel auf die Erde vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte.

13 An ebendemselben Tage gingen Noah und Sem und Ham und Japhet, die Söhne Noahs, und das Weib Noahs und die drei Weiber seiner Söhne mit ihnen in die Arche:

14 sie und alles Getier nach seiner Art und alles Vieh nach seiner Art und alles Gewürm, das sich auf der Erde regt, nach seiner Art und alles Gevögel nach seiner Art, jeder Vogel von allerlei Gefieder.

15 Und sie gingen zu Noah in die Arche, je zwei und zwei von allem Fleische, in welchem ein Hauch des Lebens war.

16 Und die hineingingen, waren ein Männliches und ein Weibliches von allem Fleische, wie Gott ihm geboten hatte. Und Jehova schloß hinter ihm zu.

17 Und die Flut kam vierzig Tage lang über die Erde. Und die Wasser mehrten sich und hoben die Arche empor; und sie erhob sich über die Erde.

18 Und die Wasser nahmen überhand und mehrten sich sehr auf der Erde; und die Arche fuhr auf der Fläche der Wasser.

19 Und die Wasser nahmen gar sehr überhand auf der Erde, und es wurden bedeckt alle hohen Berge, die unter dem ganzen Himmel sind.

20 Fünfzehn Ellen darüber nahmen die Wasser überhand, und die Berge wurden bedeckt.

21 Da verschied alles Fleisch, das sich auf der Erde regte, an Gevögel und an Vieh und an Getier und an allem Gewimmel, das auf der Erde wimmelte, und alle Menschen;

22 alles starb, in dessen Nase ein Odem des Lebenshauches war, von allem, was auf dem Trockenen war.

23 Und vertilgt wurde alles Bestehende, das auf der Fläche des Erdbodens war, vom Menschen bis zum Vieh, bis zum Gewürm und bis zum Gevögel des Himmels; und sie wurden vertilgt von der Erde. Und nur Noah blieb übrig und was mit ihm in der Arche war.

24 Und die Wasser hatten überhand auf der Erde hundertfünfzig Tage.

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 7      

Napsal(a) Joe David

In Genesis 7:1-24, the literal text is the heart of the "Noah and the Ark" story. Noah and his family go into the ark, and bring animals with them, two by two. A great flood comes, and the world is drowned, but the ark is safe, floating on the flood.

In the internal sense, the flood signifies the destruction of the "Most Ancient Church" - a stage in human development that was - at first - characterized by a simple monotheism, and an innocence, and a high degree of spiritual awareness.

Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, symbolize that initial human spiritual state, before "the fall", when they eat the forbidden fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Then, the story of Cain and Abel, and listing the descendants of these people, trace - in the inner meaning - the gradual but pervasive corruption of the spirituality of that church.

In Genesis 7, a flood of water - representing a tide of evil and falsity - destroys that corrupted church. The people of that church effectively destroy their own spiritual lives.

In the Noah story, the Lord preserves the remnants of good and truth that still exist (represented by Noah, his family, and the selected animals), to provide for the beginning of a new church. That's what is meant by the ark and its preservation.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 701, 702, 703, 704, 706, 707, 708, ...

Die Lehre des neuen Jerusalem von der Heiligen Schrift 103

der Propheten und der Psalmen Davids 408

Wahre Christliche Religion 279


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 470, 482, 565, 566, 661, 705, 747, ...


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 419, 538, 633, 644, 650

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Arcana Coelestia # 893

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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893. Verse 13 And it happened in the six hundred and first year, at the beginning, on the first of the month, that the waters dried up from over the earth, and Noah removed the covering of the ark, and saw out, and behold, the face 1 of the ground was dry.

'It happened in the six hundred and first year' means a finishing point. 'At the beginning, on the first of the month' means a starting point. 'The waters dried up from over the earth' means that falsities were not at that time apparent. 'And Noah removed the covering of the ark, and saw out' means the light, once falsities had been removed, shed by the truths of faith, which he acknowledged and in which he had faith. 'And behold, the face 1 of the ground was dry' means regeneration.

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1. literally, the faces

[893a] 1 That 'it happened in the six hundred and first year means a finishing point is clear from the meaning of the number six hundred, dealt with at Chapter 7:6, in 737, as a beginning, and in particular in that verse as the beginning of temptation. The end of it is specified by the same number, with a whole year having now passed by. It took place therefore at the end of a year, and this also is why the words are added 'at the beginning, on the first of the month', meaning a starting point. In the Word any complete period is specified either by a day, or a week, or a month, or a year, and even by a hundred or a thousand years - for example, 'the days' mentioned in Genesis 1, which meant stages in the regeneration of the member of the Most Ancient Church. For in the internal sense day and year mean nothing else than a period of time; and meaning a period of time they also mean a state. Consequently a year stands in the Word for a period of time and for a state, as in Isaiah,

To proclaim the year of Jehovah's good pleasure, and the day of vengeance for our God; to comfort all who mourn. Isaiah 61:2.

This refers to the Lord's Coming. In the same prophet,

The day of vengeance was in My heart, and the year of My redeemed had come. Isaiah 63:4.

Here too 'day' and 'year' stand for a period of time and for a state. In Habakkuk,

Your work, O Jehovah, in the midst of the years make it live, in the midst of the years do You make it known. Habakkuk 3:2.

Here 'years' stands for a period of time and for a state. In David,

'You are God Himself, and Your years have no end. Psalms 102:27.

This statement, in which 'years' stands for periods of time, means that time does not exist with God. The same applies in the present verse where 'the year' of the flood in no way means any one particular year but a period of time that is not determined by a specific number of years. At the same time it means a state. See what has been said already about 'years' in 482, 487, 488, 493.

1. This paragraph is not numbered in the Latin.

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(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 487-488, Genesis 7:6)


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Arcana Coelestia 1332, 1988, 2075, 2103, 2109, 2111, 2199, 2213, 2636, 2649, 2726, 2788, 2838, 3016, 3176, 3251, 3281, 3298, 3390, 3405, 3419, 3462, 3469, 3498, 3703, 3785, 3824, 3827, 3830, 3941, 4010, 4060, 4168, 4283, 4334, 4387, 4548, 4616, ...


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Apocalypse Explained 137

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