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1 אני הגבר ראה עני בשבט עברתו׃

2 אותי נהג וילך חשך ולא־אור׃

3 אך בי ישב יהפך ידו כל־היום׃ ס

4 בלה בשרי ועורי שבר עצמותי׃

5 בנה עלי ויקף ראש ותלאה׃

6 במחשכים הושיבני כמתי עולם׃ ס

7 גדר בעדי ולא אצא הכביד נחשתי׃

8 גם כי אזעק ואשוע שתם תפלתי׃

9 גדר דרכי בגזית נתיבתי עוה׃ ס

10 דב ארב הוא לי [כ= אריה] [ק= ארי] במסתרים׃

11 דרכי סורר ויפשחני שמני שםם׃

12 דרך קשתו ויציבני כמטרא לחץ׃ ס

13 הביא בכליותי בני אשפתו׃

14 הייתי שחק* לכל־עמי נגינתם כל־היום׃

15 השביעני במרורים הרוני לענה׃ ס

16 ויגרס בחץץ שני הכפישני באפר׃

17 ותזנח משלום נפשי נשיתי טובה׃

18 ואמר אבד נצחי ותוחלתי מיהוה׃ ס

19 זכר־עניי ומרודי לענה וראש׃

20 זכור תזכור [כ= ותשיח] [ק= ותשוח] עלי נפשי׃

21 זאת אשיב אל־לבי על־כן אוחיל׃ ס

22 חסדי יהוה כי לא־תמנו כי לא־כלו רחמיו׃

23 חדשים לבקרים רבה אמונתך׃

24 חלקי יהוה אמרה נפשי על־כן אוחיל לו׃ ס

25 טוב יהוה לקווק לנפש תדרשנו׃

26 טוב ויחיל ודוםם לתשועת יהוה׃

27 טוב לגבר כי־ישא על בנעוריו׃ ס

28 ישב בדד וידם כי נטל עליו׃

29 יתן בעפר פיהו אולי יש תקוה׃

30 יתן למכהו לחי ישבע בחרפה׃ ס

31 כי לא יזנח לעולם אדני׃

32 כי אם־הוגה ורחם כרב [כ= חסדו] [ק= חסדיו]׃

33 כי לא ענה מלבו ויגה בני־איש׃ ס

34 לדכא תחת רגליו כל אסירי ארץ׃

35 להטות משפט־גבר נגד פני עליון׃

36 לעות אדם בריבו אדני לא ראה׃ ס

37 מי זה אמר ותהי אדני לא צוה׃

38 מפי עליון לא תצא הרעות והטוב׃

39 מה־יתאוןן אדם חי גבר על־[כ= חטאו] [ק= חטאיו]׃ ס

40 נחפשה דרכינו ונחקרה ונשובה עד־יהוה׃

41 נשא לבבנו אל־כפים אל־אל בשמים׃

42 נחנו פשענו ומרינו אתה לא סלחת׃ ס

43 סכתה באף ותרדפנו הרגת לא חמלת׃

44 סכותה בעןן לך מעבור תפלה׃

45 סחי ומאוס תשימנו בקרב העמים׃ ס

46 פצו עלינו פיהם כל־איבינו׃

47 פחד ופחת היה לנו השאת והשבר׃

48 פלגי־מים תרד עיני על־שבר בת־עמי׃ ס

49 עיני נגרה ולא תדמה מאין הפגות׃

50 עד־ישקיף וירא יהוה משמים׃

51 עיני עוללה לנפשי מכל בנות עירי׃ ס

52 צוד צדוני כצפור איבי חנם׃

53 צמתו בבור חיי וידו־אבן בי׃

54 צפו־מים על־ראשי אמרתי נגזרתי׃ ס

55 קראתי שמך יהוה מבור תחתיות׃

56 קולי שמעת אל־תעלם אזנך לרוחתי לשועתי׃

57 קרבת ביום אקראך אמרת אל־תירא׃ ס

58 רבת אדני ריבי נפשי גאלת חיי׃

59 ראיתה יהוה עותתי שפטה משפטי׃

60 ראיתה כל־נקמתם כל־מחשבתם לי׃ ס

61 שמעת חרפתם יהוה כל־מחשבתם עלי׃

62 שפתי קמי והגיונם עלי כל־היום׃

63 שבתם וקימתם הביטה אני מנגינתם׃ ס

64 תשיב להם גמול יהוה כמעשה ידיהם׃

65 תתן להם מגנת־לב תאלתך להם׃

66 תרדף באף ותשמידם מתחת שמי יהוה׃ ף

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The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 121


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Arcana Coelestia 3869, 8941, 9024, 9163

Apocalypse Revealed 306, 410, 485, 573, 721


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Apocalypse Explained 365, 419, 519, 727, 781

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Stones in the Bible in general represent truths, or things we know concerning the Lord and what He wants from us and for us in life. This is why the people of Israel built altars of stone, and is also why stoning was a principal form of capital punishment (using truth to destroy falsity, or in the negative sense using falsity to destroy truth). It is also why precious stones are described in such detail on Aaron's breastplate and ephod, and also in the New Jerusalem in Revelation; precious stones represent true ideas directly from the Lord and "made translucent by goodness," with the various colors showing various forms of love.

Stones are not alone in representing truth, of course – students of the Writings often complain that almost everything in the Bible represents either true ideas or desires for good. But that makes sense, since our thoughts and our desires together are everything wwe are in life, and the interplay between them is what life is all about. The many ways they are represented in the Bible reflect the incredible variety in our feelings and our thoughts, though we can only distantly understand how those representations work.

In the case of stones, in their weight, strength and permanence they tend to represent true ideas that come from a desire for good, the understanding we can have if we are truly good and loving – and in the highest sense the exalted ideas that come from the Lord's love. Those ideas are ones that are not easily moved or changed, and make wonderful foundations for the things we want to build in our spiritual lives.

(Odkazy: Apocalypse Revealed 897 [3]; Arcana Coelestia 1298, 6426 [2-3], 7456 [2-7], 8609, 8941, 9476, 9841 [1-3], 9863, 9865, 10376; The Apocalypse Explained 717 [2-18]; True Christian Religion 219)

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9163. 'And it dies or is broken' means loss or harm. This is clear from the meaning of 'dying' as being wiped out and lost; and from the meaning of 'being broken' as suffering harm. In the Word 'a break' and 'being broken' mean being dispersed or else suffering harm. This has its origin in the spiritual world, where all things without exception are joined together, all according to the way in which God's truth coming from the Lord is received by them, and so according to the way in which the order imposed on every single thing by God's truth emanating from the Lord is received by them, 8700, 8988. Therefore also the truths residing with a person are connected to one another according to the way in which they are received within good; and the truths interconnected in this way make a single whole. Consequently when these as a whole are broken, the truths together with the good are dispersed; but when they are partially broken, the truths that are there are dispersed. For when they exist in connection with one another, they depend on one another for their existence, but when they are broken they pull away from one another. So it is that in the Word 'being broken' means being dispersed, as is also meant by 'being divided', 9093, or else it means suffering harm.

[2] That is to say, being dispersed is meant when the whole is broken, but suffering harm when part is broken, as is evident from the following places in the Word: In Isaiah,

Many among them will trip, and fall, and be broken. Isaiah 8:15; 28:13.

'Tripping' stands for stumbling and as a consequence sliding from truths into falsities; 'falling and being broken' stands for being dispersed, dispersed as a whole in this instance. In Ezekiel,

Behold, I am against Pharaoh king of Egypt, I will break [both] his arms, the strong one and the broken one. Ezekiel 30:22.

'Pharaoh king of Egypt' stands for known facts which pervert and destroy the truths and forms of the good of faith, 6651, 6679, 6683, 6692. 'Breaking the arms' stands for dispersing the powerfulness of those facts and so dispersing the facts themselves, 4932. 'The strong one and the broken one' stands for those which have not suffered harm and offer resistance, and those which have suffered harm and offer no resistance.

[3] In Luke,

It is written, The stone which the builders rejected has become the head of the corner. Whoever falls onto that stone will be broken; but on whomever it falls, it will grind [him] to powder. Luke 20:17-18.

'The stone' stands for the Lord in respect of Divine Truth, 6426. Since 'being broken' refers to truths that come from Him, it stands for being dispersed and so destroyed. This happens to the things that compose spiritual life, as well as to the truths, and occurs among people who deny the Lord and refuse to accept truths that come from Him, these people being the ones who reject the stone. In Jeremiah,

Bring on them the day of evil, break [them] with doubled breaking. Jeremiah 17:18.

'Breaking with doubled breaking' stands for destroying completely.

[4] In Isaiah,

I have settled myself down until the morning. Like a lion, so He breaks all my bones. From day until night You will make an end of me. Isaiah 38:13.

In Jeremiah,

He has aged my flesh and my skin, and broken my bones. Lamentations 3:4.

In Moses,

You shall not take out of the house any of the flesh of the Passover lamb, nor break a bone of it. Exodus 12:46.

'Breaking the bones' means destroying the truths from God that exist on the last and lowest level of order, truths on which more internal truths and forms of good rest and by means of which these are supported. If the truths on the lowest level are destroyed, the ones built on top of them also fall to the ground. Truths on the lowest level are truths belonging to the literal sense of the Word, which hold within themselves truths belonging to the internal sense and which those in the internal sense rest on like pillars on their plinths. For the meaning of 'bones' as truths, see 3812, 6592, 8005. All this shows what was represented and meant by the following things said about the Lord in John,

They came to Jesus. When they saw that He was dead they did not break His legs. This was done in order that the Scripture might be fulfilled, You shall not break a bone of His. John 19:33, 36.

The reason for this was that He was Divine Truth itself both on the first and on the last levels of order.

[5] In Isaiah,

Jehovah will bind up the break of His people, 1 and will heal the wound of their stroke. Isaiah 30:26.

In Jeremiah,

From the prophet even to the priest, everyone deals falsely; 2 and they heal what is broken in My people with something that is no good. 3 Jeremiah 6:13-14.

In the same prophet,

Because the daughter of My people is broken 4 I am broken, I am dressed in black. Jeremiah 8:21.

In David,

You have made the earth tremble; You have broken it to pieces; heal its breaks. Psalms 60:2.

In Zechariah,

I will raise up a shepherd in the land; he will not heal one that is broken, he will not support one that is standing. Zechariah 11:16.

In Nahum,

There is no scar for your break; 5 your stroke is severe. 6 Nahum 3:19.

In these places 'break' means harm done to the truths and forms of the good of faith, thus harm done to the Church, while 'healing' means making amends and undertaking restoration. Something similar was meant by the regulation which prevented a man with a broken foot or a broken hand from approaching and offering the bread of God, Leviticus 21:17, 19, and by that which prevented what was broken from being offered to Jehovah on the altar, Leviticus 22:22, for 'what was broken' meant that which had been destroyed. That which has suffered harm is also meant by 'a breach', as in Isaiah,

You saw that the breaches of the city 7 of David were very many. Isaiah 22:9.

And in Amos,

On that day I will raise up the tent of David that is fallen down, and I will close up its breaches; I will restore its destroyed places, and I will build them as in the days of old. Amos 9:11.

'The city 7 of David' and 'the tent of David' stand for the Lord's Church, for 'David' in the prophetical part of the Word is the Lord, 1888.

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Footnotes:

1. i.e. the hurt done to His people

2. literally, does or performs a lie

3. literally, the break of My people through a thing of no weight

4. literally, Over the break of the daughter of My people

5. i.e. There is no sign that healing has taken place

6. literally, hopeless

7. The Latin means house but the Hebrew means city, which Swedenborg Has in another place where he quotes this verse.

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(Odkazy: Exodus 22:10)

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