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1 Und der HERR sprach zu Noah: Gehe in den Kasten, du und dein ganz Haus; denn dich habe ich gerecht ersehen vor mir zu dieser Zeit.

2 Aus allerlei reinem Vieh nimm zu dir je sieben und sieben, das Männlein und sein Fräulein; von dem unreinen Vieh aber je ein Paar, das Männlein und sein Fräulein.

3 Desselbengleichen von den Vögeln unter dem Himmel je sieben und sieben, das Männlein und sein Fräulein, auf daß Same lebendig bleibe auf dem ganzen Erdboden.

4 Denn noch über sieben Tage will ich regnen lassen auf Erden vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte und vertilgen von dem Erdboden alles, was das Wesen hat, das ich gemacht habe.

5 Und Noah tat alles, was ihm der HERR gebot.

6 Er war aber sechshundert Jahre alt, da das Wasser der Sintflut auf Erden kam.

7 Und er ging in den Kasten mit seinen Söhnen, seinem Weibe und seiner Söhne Weibern vor dem Gewässer der Sintflut.

8 Von dem reinen Vieh und von dem unreinen, von den Vögeln und von allem Gewürm auf Erden

9 gingen zu ihm in den Kasten bei Paaren, je ein Männlein und Fräulein, wie ihm der HERR geboten hatte.

10 Und da die sieben Tage vergangen waren, kam das Gewässer der Sintflut auf Erden.

11 In dem sechshundertsten Jahr des Alters Noah, am siebzehnten Tag des andern Monats, das ist der Tag, da aufbrachen alle Brunnen der großen Tiefe, und taten sich auf die Fenster des Himmels,

12 und kam ein Regen auf Erden, vierzig Tage und vierzig Nächte.

13 Eben am selben Tage ging Noah in den Kasten mit Sem, Ham und Japheth, seinen Söhnen, und mit seinem Weibe und seiner Söhne dreien Weibern;

14 dazu allerlei Tier nach seiner Art, allerlei Vieh nach seiner Art, allerlei Gewürm, das auf Erden kreucht, nach seiner Art und allerlei Vögel nach ihrer Art alles, was fliegen konnte, und alles, was Fittiche hatte.

15 Das ging alles zu Noah in den Kasten bei Paaren, von allem Fleisch, da ein lebendiger Geist innen war

16 und das waren Männlein und Fräulein von allerlei Fleisch und gingen hinein, wie denn Gott ihm geboten hatte. Und der HERR schloß hinter ihm zu.

17 Da kam die Sintflut vierzig Tage auf Erden; und die Wasser wuchsen und huben den Kasten auf und trugen ihn empor über der Erde.

18 Also nahm das Gewässer überhand und wuchs sehr auf Erden, daß der Kasten auf dem Gewässer fuhr.

19 Und das Gewässer nahm überhand und wuchs so sehr auf Erden, daß alle hohen Berge unter dem ganzen Himmel bedeckt wurden.

20 Fünfzehn Ellen hoch ging das Gewässer über die Berge, die bedeckt wurden.

21 Da ging alles Fleisch unter, das auf Erden kreucht, an Vögeln, an Vieh, an Tieren und an allem, das sich reget auf Erden, und an allen Menschen.

22 Alles, was einen lebendigen Odem hatte im Trocknen, das starb.

23 Also ward vertilget alles, was auf dem Erdboden war, vom Menschen an bis auf das Vieh und auf das Gewürm und auf die Vögel unter dem Himmel: das ward alles von der Erde vertilget. Allein Noah blieb über, und was mit ihm in dem Kasten war.

24 Und das Gewässer stund auf Erden hundertundfünfzig Tage.

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Dans Genèse 7,1-24, le texte littéral est au cœur de l'histoire de Noé et de l'Arche. Noé et sa famille entrent dans l'arche, et amènent des animaux avec eux, deux par deux. Le déluge arrive, et le monde est noyé, mais l'arche est à l'abri, flottant sur le déluge.

Au sens interne, le déluge signifie la destruction de la "Très Ancienne Eglise" - une étape du développement humain qui était - au début - caractérisée par un monothéisme simple, et une innocence, et un haut degré de conscience spirituelle. C'est ce qu'Adam et Eve symbolisent au début, mais les histoires de "la chute", puis de Caïn et Abel, et ensuite de leurs descendants, sont les histoires de la corruption progressive mais omniprésente de la spiritualité de cette époque. Un déluge d'eau - représentant une marée de mal et de fausseté - détruit cette église corrompue, mais le Seigneur préserve les restes de bien et de vérité qui existent encore (Noé, sa famille et les animaux choisis), pour assurer le commencement d'une nouvelle église. C'est ce que l'on entend par l'arche et sa préservation.

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716. 'Sevens of each' means that they are holy. This is clear from what has been stated already in 84-87 about the seventh day or sabbath. That is to say, the Lord is the Seventh Day and from Him derives every celestial Church or man, and indeed, the celestial itself which, because it is the Lord's alone, is most holy. Consequently seven in the Word means holy; indeed in the internal sense, as here, absolutely nothing is obtained from the number itself. For people who possess the internal sense, as angels and angelic spirits do, have no concept at all of what a number is, and so do not know what seven is. Therefore the idea that they were to take seven pairs of all the clean beasts, or that the ratio of the good to the evil was to be seven to two, is not at all the meaning here. Rather it is this: Things of the will with which this member of the Church was supplied were the goods which are holy, through which, as stated already, he was capable of being regenerated.

[2] That 'seven' means that which is holy, or things that are holy, becomes clear from the rituals in the representative Church, where the number seven occurs time and again, for example, being sprinkled seven times with blood and oil, as in Leviticus,

Moses took the anointing oil and anointed the Tabernacle and everything that was in it and made them holy. And he sprinkled some of it over the altar seven times, and anointed the altar and all its vessels to make them holy. Leviticus 8:10-11.

Here 'seven times' would be utterly devoid of meaning if that which is holy was not being represented in this way. 'Oil' there means the holiness of love. And elsewhere in Leviticus, when Aaron entered the Holy Place,

He shall take some of the blood of the young bull, and shall sprinkle it with his finger over the face 1 of the mercy-seat towards the east, and he shall sprinkle the face 1 of the mercy-seat seven times with some of the blood with his finger.

Similarly with the altar,

He shall sprinkle over it some of the blood with his finger seven times, and shall cleanse it, and make it holy. Leviticus 16:14, 19.

Here every single detail means the Lord Himself, and therefore the holiness of love - that is to say, 'the blood' and also 'the mercy-seat', 'the altar' too, 'the east in which direction the blood was to be sprinkled', and so 'seven' as well, all mean the Lord.

[3] In sacrifices it is similar, about which the following is said in Leviticus,

If a soul has sinned inadvertently, and if the anointed priest has sinned, thus making the people guilty, he shall slaughter the young bull in Jehovah's presence. And the priest shall dip his finger in the blood, and sprinkle some of the blood seven times in Jehovah's presence towards the veil of the Holy Place. Leviticus 4:2-4, 6.

Here similarly 'seven' means that which is holy, for the subject is atonement, and therefore the Lord, since atonement is the Lord's alone. Similar instructions were also given concerning the cleansing of leprosy, about which the following is said in Leviticus,

[Taking some] of the bird's blood, the cedar-wood, the double-dyed scarlet, and the hyssop, the priest shall sprinkle over the one who is to be cleansed from leprosy seven times, and shall cleanse him. In a similar way some of the oil which is in his left palm, seven times in Jehovah's presence. In a similar way in a house where there is leprosy, [he shall take some] of the cedar-wood, and the hyssop, and the double-dyed scarlet, and shall sprinkle some of the bird's blood seven times. Leviticus 14:6-7, 27, 51.

Anyone may see that here cedar-wood, double-dyed scarlet, hyssop, oil, and blood of a bird, and so the number seven, would be utterly meaningless if things that are holy were not being represented by them. If you take away from them holy things, what is left is something dead, or something unholy and idolatrous. When however they do mean holy things the worship they contain in that case is a Divine worship which is internal and simply represented by things that are external. The Jews however were incapable of knowing what these meant; and neither does anyone today know what cedar-wood, hyssop, double-dyed scarlet, and the bird all mean. Yet if only they had been willing to think that these did embody holy things which they did not actually know, and so had worshipped the Lord - who was the Messiah to come who would heal them from their leprosy, that is, from profaning what is holy - they could have been saved. For people who do think and believe in this manner straightaway receive instruction in the next life, if they desire it, as to what every single detail represented.

(Odkazy: Leviticus 4:2-3)


[4] Similarly where 'the red heifer' is the subject it is said that the priest was to take some of its blood on his finger, and sprinkle some of its blood towards the face 1 of the tent of meeting seven times, Numbers 19:4. Because 'the seventh day' or sabbath meant the Lord, and from Him meant the celestial man and the celestial itself, the seventh day in the Jewish Church was the holiest of all its religious observances. For this reason there was a sabbath year 2 every seventh year, Leviticus 25:4. Also a jubilee was to be proclaimed after seven sabbaths of years, that is, after seven times seven years, Leviticus 25:8-9. In the highest sense the number seven means the Lord, and from this the holiness of love. This becomes clear also from the golden lampstand with its seven lamps, mentioned in Exodus 25:31-33, 37; 37:17-19, 23; Numbers 8:2-3; Zechariah 4:2. And in John it is spoken of as follows,

Seven golden lampstands; in the midst of the seven lampstands one like the Son of Man. Revelation 1:12-13.

Here it is absolutely clear that 'a lampstand with seven lamps' means the Lord, and that 'the lamps' are the holy things of love, which comprise celestial things, which also is why there were seven of them.

[5] In the same author,

From the throne there were coming forth seven fiery torches burning before the throne, which are the seven spirits of God. Revelation 4:5.

Here 'the seven torches which came forth from the Lord's throne' are seven lamps. The same applies to the number seven when it occurs in the Prophets, as in Isaiah,

The light of the moon will be as the light of the sun, and the light of the sun will be sevenfold, as the light of seven days, on the day when Jehovah will bind up the hurt of His people. Isaiah 30:26.

Here 'sevenfold light as the light of seven days' does not at all mean sevenfold but the holiness of love meant by the sun. See also what has been stated and shown already at Chapter Isaiah 4:15 concerning the number seven. From these quotations it is also quite clear that all numbers used in the Word never have a numerical value [in the internal sense], as has also been shown already at 6:3.

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Footnotes:

1. literally, the faces

2. literally, sabbath of a sabbath

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(Odkazy: Genesis 4:15, 6:3, 7:2)

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