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Bereshit 33

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1 וישא יעקב עיניו וירא והנה עשו בא ועמו ארבע מאות איש ויחץ את הילדים על לאה ועל רחל ועל שתי השפחות׃

2 וישם את השפחות ואת ילדיהן ראשנה ואת לאה וילדיה אחרנים ואת רחל ואת יוסף אחרנים׃

3 והוא עבר לפניהם וישתחו ארצה שבע פעמים עד גשתו עד אחיו׃

4 וירץ עשו לקראתו ויחבקהו ויפל על צוארו וישקהו ויבכו׃

5 וישא את עיניו וירא את הנשים ואת הילדים ויאמר מי אלה לך ויאמר הילדים אשר חנן אלהים את עבדך׃

6 ותגשן השפחות הנה וילדיהן ותשתחוין׃

7 ותגש גם לאה וילדיה וישתחוו ואחר נגש יוסף ורחל וישתחוו׃

8 ויאמר מי לך כל המחנה הזה אשר פגשתי ויאמר למצא חן בעיני אדני׃

9 ויאמר עשו יש לי רב אחי יהי לך אשר לך׃

10 ויאמר יעקב אל נא אם נא מצאתי חן בעיניך ולקחת מנחתי מידי כי על כן ראיתי פניך כראת פני אלהים ותרצני׃

11 קח נא את ברכתי אשר הבאת לך כי חנני אלהים וכי יש לי כל ויפצר בו ויקח׃

12 ויאמר נסעה ונלכה ואלכה לנגדך׃

13 ויאמר אליו אדני ידע כי הילדים רכים והצאן והבקר עלות עלי ודפקום יום אחד ומתו כל הצאן׃

14 יעבר נא אדני לפני עבדו ואני אתנהלה לאטי לרגל המלאכה אשר לפני ולרגל הילדים עד אשר אבא אל אדני שעירה׃

15 ויאמר עשו אציגה נא עמך מן העם אשר אתי ויאמר למה זה אמצא חן בעיני אדני׃

16 וישב ביום ההוא עשו לדרכו שעירה׃

17 ויעקב נסע סכתה ויבן לו בית ולמקנהו עשה סכת על כן קרא שם המקום סכות׃

18 ויבא יעקב שלם עיר שכם אשר בארץ כנען בבאו מפדן ארם ויחן את פני העיר׃

19 ויקן את חלקת השדה אשר נטה שם אהלו מיד בני חמור אבי שכם במאה קשיטה׃

20 ויצב שם מזבח ויקרא לו אל אלהי ישראל׃

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Joseph Part 1: Jacob and Rachel      

By Rev. Jonathan Rose

This video is a part of the Spirit and Life Bible Study series, whose purpose is to look at the Bible, the whole Bible, and nothing but the Bible through a Swedenborgian lens.

Title: Joseph Part 1: Jacob and Rachel

Topic: First Coming

Summary: We look at where Joseph came from and why Benjamin was important to him.

Use the reference links below to follow along in the Bible as you watch.

References:
Genesis 28:1; 29:1; 30; 33, 35

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Spirit and Life Bible Study broadcast from 2/25/2015. The complete series is available at: www.spiritandlifebiblestudy.com

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Arcana Coelestia # 1441

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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1441. That these things are meant by 'Shechem' becomes clear also from the fact that Shechem is so to speak the first stopping-place in the land of Canaan that one comes to when journeying from Syria, or Haran. And since 'the land of Canaan' means the celestial things of love it is clear that 'Shechem' means the first stage in the appearance of celestial things. When Jacob returned from Haran to the land of Canaan he likewise came to Shechem, as becomes clear from the following,

Jacob travelled on to Succoth and built a house for himself, and made shelters 1 for his cattle; therefore he called the name of the place Succoth. And Jacob came to Shalem, a city of Shechem, which is in the land of Canaan, when he came from Paddan-Aram; and he camped before the city. And he set up an altar there. Genesis 33:17-20.

Here also 'Shechem' means the first appearance of light. In David,

God has spoken in His holiness, I will exult, I will divide up Shechem and portion out the valley of Succoth. Gilead is Mine, and Manasseh is Mine; and Ephraim is the strength of My head, Judah is My lawgiver, Moab is My washbasin, upon Edom I will cast My shoe, over Philistia I will make a loud noise. Psalms 60:6, 8; 108:7, 9.

Here also 'Shechem' has a similar meaning. That names, including Shechem therefore, mean nothing other than real things becomes quite clear from these prophetic utterances of David. Otherwise they would be scarcely more than a heap of names. References to Shechem becoming a city of refuge, Joshua 20:7, and also a priestly city, Joshua 21:21, and a place where the covenant was made, Joshua 24:1, 25, also embody the same.

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Footnotes:

1. literally, tents

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(Odkazy: Genesis 12:6; Joshua 24:21; Psalms 60:6-8, 108:7-9)


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