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Εξοδος πλήθους 15

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1 Τοτε εψαλεν ο Μωυσης και οι υιοι Ισραηλ την ωδην ταυτην προς τον Κυριον, και ειπον λεγοντες, Ας ψαλλω προς τον Κυριον· διοτι εδοξασθη ενδοξως· τον ιππον και τον αναβατην αυτου ερριψεν εις την θαλασσαν.

2 Ο Κυριος ειναι η δυναμις μου και το ασμα μου, και εσταθη η σωτηρια μου· αυτος ειναι Θεος μου και θελω δοξασει αυτον· Θεος του πατρος μου, και θελω υψωσει αυτον.

3 Ο Κυριος ειναι δυνατος πολεμιστης· Κυριος το ονομα αυτου.

4 Του Φαραω τας αμαξας και το στρατευμα αυτου ερριψεν εις την θαλασσαν· και εκλεκτοι πολεμαρχοι αυτου κατεποντισθησαν εν τη Ερυθρα θαλασση.

5 Αι αβυσσοι εσκεπασαν αυτους· ως πετρα κατεβυθισθησαν εις τα βαθη.

6 Η δεξια σου, Κυριε, εδοξασθη εις δυναμιν· η δεξια σου, Κυριε, συνετριψε τον εχθρον.

7 Και με το μεγεθος της υπεροχης σου εξωλοθρευσας τους υπεναντιους σου· εξαπεστειλας την οργην σου και κατεφαγεν αυτους ως καλαμην.

8 Και με την πνοην του θυμου σου τα υδατα επεσωρευθησαν ομου· τα κυματα εσταθησαν ως σωρος, αι αβυσσοι επηξαν εν τω μεσω της θαλασσης.

9 Ο εχθρος ειπε, Θελω καταδιωξει, θελω καταφθασει, θελω διαμοιρασθη τα λαφυρα· η ψυχη μου θελει χορτασθη επ' αυτους· θελω συρει την μαχαιραν μου, η χειρ μου θελει αφανισει αυτους.

10 Εφυσησας με τον ανεμον σου και η θαλασσα εσκεπασεν αυτους· κατεβυθισθησαν ως μολυβδος εις τα φοβερα υδατα.

11 Τις ομοιος σου Κυριε, μεταξυ των θεων; Τις ομοιος σου, ενδοξος εις αγιοτητα, θαυμαστος εις υμνους, ενεργων τεραστια;

12 Εξετεινας την δεξιαν σου, και η γη κατεπιεν αυτους.

13 Με το ελεος σου ωδηγησας τον λαον τουτον, τον οποιον ελυτρωσας· ωδηγησας αυτον με την δυναμιν σου προς την κατοικιαν της αγιοτητος σου.

14 Οι λαοι θελουσιν ακουσει και φριξει· πονοι θελουσι κατακυριευσει τους κατοικους της Παλαιστινης.

15 Τοτε θελουσιν εκπλαγη οι ηγεμονες Εδωμ· τρομος θελει καταλαβει τους αρχοντας του Μωαβ· παντες οι κατοικοι της Χανααν θελουσιν αναλυθη.

16 Φοβος και τρομος θελει επιπεσει επ' αυτους· απο του μεγεθους του βραχιονος σου θελουσιν απολιθωθη, εωσου περαση ο λαος σου, Κυριε, εωσου περαση ο λαος ουτος, τον οποιον απεκτησας.

17 Θελεις εισαγαγει αυτους και φυτευσει αυτους εις το ορος της κληρονομιας σου, τον τοπον, Κυριε, τον οποιον ητοιμασας δια κατοικιαν σου, το αγιαστηριον, Κυριε, το οποιον αι χειρες σου εστησαν.

18 Ο Κυριος θελει βασιλευει εις τους αιωνας των αιωνων.

19 Διοτι εισηλθον οι ιπποι του Φαραω εις την θαλασσαν μετα των αμαξων αυτου και μετα των ιππεων αυτου, και ο Κυριος εστρεψεν επ' αυτους τα υδατα της θαλασσης· οι δε υιοι Ισραηλ επερασαν δια ξηρας εν τω μεσω της θαλασσης.

20 Μαριαμ δε η προφητις, η αδελφη του Ααρων ελαβε το τυμπανον εν τη χειρι αυτης και πασαι αι γυναικες εξηλθον κατοπιν αυτης μετα τυμπανων και χορων.

21 Και η Μαριαμ ανταπεκρινετο προς αυτους, λεγουσα, Ψαλλετε εις τον Κυριον· διοτι εδοξασθη ενδοξως· τον ιππον και τον αναβατην αυτου ερριψεν εις θαλασσαν.

22 Τοτε εσηκωσεν ο Μωυσης τους Ισραηλιτας απο της Ερυθρας θαλασσης, και εξηλθον εις την ερημον Σουρ· και περιεπατουν τρεις ημερας εν τη ερημω και δεν ευρισκον υδωρ.

23 Και εκειθεν ηλθον εις Μερραν· δεν ηδυναντο ομως να πιωσιν εκ των υδατων της Μερρας, διοτι ησαν πικρα· δια τουτο και επωνομασθη Μερρα.

24 Και εγογγυζεν ο λαος κατα του Μωυσεως, λεγων, Τι θελομεν πιει;

25 Ο δε Μωυσης εβοησε προς τον Κυριον· και εδειξεν εις αυτον ο Κυριος ξυλον, το οποιον οτε ερριψεν εις τα υδατα, τα υδατα εγλυκανθησαν. Εκει εδωκεν εις αυτους παραγγελιαν και διαταγμα, και εκει εδοκιμασεν αυτους·

26 και ειπεν, Εαν ακουσης επιμελως την φωνην Κυριου του Θεου σου και πραττης το αρεστον εις τους οφθαλμους αυτου και δωσης ακροασιν εις τας εντολας αυτου και φυλαξης παντα τα προσταγματα αυτου, δεν θελω φερει επι σε ουδεμιαν εκ των νοσων, τας οποιας εφερα κατα των Αιγυπτιων· διοτι εγω ειμαι ο Κυριος ο θεραπευων σε.

27 Επειτα ηλθον εις Αιλειμ, οπου ησαν δωδεκα πηγαι υδατων και εβδομηκοντα δενδρα φοινικων· και εκει εστρατοπεδευσαν πλησιον των υδατων.

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Explanation of Matthew 6      

Napsal(a) Rev. John Clowes M.A.

Verses 1, 2. That good ought to be done from the love of good, and not with a view to please men, otherwise the love of God is not in it, neither true blessedness.

Verse 3. That it ought to be done from the Lord, and not from self.

Verse 4. That good thus done brings its own reward from the Divine Good in which it originates.

Verse 5. That truth, in like manner, ought to be spoken from the love of truth, and not to please men, because in this latter case it brings no delight along with it but what arises from human glory.

Verse 6. That it ought to be spoken from the will of good, separated from evil, and opened to the Divine Good; in which case it is accepting of the blessedness of that good.

Verses 7, 8. That in speaking the truth before the Divine, in supplication, the expressions are not attended to, but the affections and thoughts in the expressions.

Verse 9. Which affections and thoughts ought to be open inwards to the reception of the Divine Good, and to acknowledge the Divine Humanity of the Lord to be that good.

Verse 10. And to receive thence Truth Divine, that so the external man may be conformable to the internal.

Verse 11. And thus to incorporate the heavenly goods and truths of the Word continually into the life.

Verse 12. And to give them back again to the Lord, in devout acknowledgement that they are His gifts.

Verse 13. Confessing that the Lord alone defends man under all assaults of evil spirits, and finally delivers him from their power, whilst he acknowledges in true humiliation that all good and truth are from the Lord alone, and nothing from man.

Verses 14, 16. That the Lord separates evil from man, in proportion as man is in the will that it may be separated, but not otherwise.

Verses 16-18. That a defect of truth and good ought not to induce external sadness and severity, but should lead to internal sanctification and purity; in which latter case heavenly good is presently communicated, and heavenly joy succeeds.

Verse 19. That the knowledges of good and truth ought not to be stored up in the external memory only, or in the natural understanding only, because in that case, not being incorporated into the life, they may be taken away and lost.

Verse 20. But they ought to be stored up in the internal man, by influencing the will and its love, in which case they cannot perish, being incorporated into the life.

Verse 21. That the state of the will and its love depends upon the state of its reception of the knowledges of good and truth.

Verse 22. That if the understanding of truth be grounded in the will of good, man becomes enlightened with true wisdom in all things belonging to salvation.

Verse 23. But it is otherwise, if the understanding of truth be grounded in the love of evil, for in this case truth is falsified, which is a worse state than that of mere ignorance.

Verse 24. That man cannot be principled at the same time both in good and evil, or in love to the Lord and self-love; for one must be the ruling love, and the other must serve.

Verse 25. That the good of love with its intelligence, and all the truths of faith, are continually provided for man by the Lord.

Verse 26. That all things of spiritual intelligence are continually nourished by good from the Lord, without any care of their own, much more the things of celestial love.

Verse 27. And that man cannot give increase to that intelligence and love by any care of his own separate from the Divine Providence.

Verse 28. That in like manner all inferior truths are provided of the Lord.

Verse 29. And that in them is contained Divine Truth and Good.

Verse 30. That if the Lord's Divine Providence thus extends to the lowest things and principles in the regenerate life, how much more to the higher?

Verse 31. That therefore man ought to depend upon the Divine Providence for sustenance in all degrees of his life, and not to trust to his own prudence.

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Verse 33. That therefore spiritual truth and good ought to be exalted above natural; in which case both are preserved.

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