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VaYikra 3

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1 ואם זבח שלמים קרבנו אם מן הבקר הוא מקריב אם זכר אם נקבה תמים יקריבנו לפני יהוה׃

2 וסמך ידו על ראש קרבנו ושחטו פתח אהל מועד וזרקו בני אהרן הכהנים את הדם על המזבח סביב׃

3 והקריב מזבח השלמים אשה ליהוה את החלב המכסה את הקרב ואת כל החלב אשר על הקרב׃

4 ואת שתי הכלית ואת החלב אשר עלהן אשר על הכסלים ואת היתרת על הכבד על הכליות יסירנה׃

5 והקטירו אתו בני אהרן המזבחה על העלה אשר על העצים אשר על האש אשה ריח ניחח ליהוה׃

6 ואם מן הצאן קרבנו לזבח שלמים ליהוה זכר או נקבה תמים יקריבנו׃

7 אם כשב הוא מקריב את קרבנו והקריב אתו לפני יהוה׃

8 וסמך את ידו על ראש קרבנו ושחט אתו לפני אהל מועד וזרקו בני אהרן את דמו על המזבח סביב׃

9 והקריב מזבח השלמים אשה ליהוה חלבו האליה תמימה לעמת העצה יסירנה ואת החלב המכסה את הקרב ואת כל החלב אשר על הקרב׃

10 ואת שתי הכלית ואת החלב אשר עלהן אשר על הכסלים ואת היתרת על הכבד על הכלית יסירנה׃

11 והקטירו הכהן המזבחה לחם אשה ליהוה׃

12 ואם עז קרבנו והקריבו לפני יהוה׃

13 וסמך את ידו על ראשו ושחט אתו לפני אהל מועד וזרקו בני אהרן את דמו על המזבח סביב׃

14 והקריב ממנו קרבנו אשה ליהוה את החלב המכסה את הקרב ואת כל החלב אשר על הקרב׃

15 ואת שתי הכלית ואת החלב אשר עלהן אשר על הכסלים ואת היתרת על הכבד על הכלית יסירנה׃

16 והקטירם הכהן המזבחה לחם אשה לריח ניחח כל חלב ליהוה׃

17 חקת עולם לדרתיכם בכל מושבתיכם כל חלב וכל דם לא תאכלו׃

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Explanation of Leviticus 3      

By Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-5. The subject of the entire chapter is the worship of the Lord from a state of freedom when regeneration is completed, and also occasionally during regeneration; and such worship from natural good is described

Verses 6-11. Then such worship from the good of innocence involved in charity, or love to the neighbour

Verses 12-16. And lastly, such worship from the good of faith, which is charity manifested through the understanding.

Verse 17. But in every state of the worship of the Lord, no one can appropriate either truth or good as his own independently of the Lord.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 2180


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 353, 925, 1001, 2165, 3994, 4735, 5943, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 278, 379, 438, 468, 782

Conjugial Love 365

Divine Providence 231

True Christian Religion 706, 707

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 221


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 167, 324, 329, 365, 504, 559, 725, ...

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The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine # 221

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine (Whitehead translation)      

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221. Of Sacrifices.

"Burnt-offerings" and "sacrifices" signified all things of worship from the good of love, and from the truths of faith (n. 923, 6905, 8680, 8936, 10042). "Burnt-offerings" and "sacrifices" also signified Divine celestial things, which are the internal things of the church, from which worship is derived (n. 2180, 2805, 2807, 2830, 3519). With a variation and difference according to the varieties of worship (n. 2805, 6905, 8936). Therefore there were many kinds of sacrifices, and various processes to be observed in them, and various beasts from which they were (n. 2830, 9391, 9990). The various things which they signified in general, may appear from unfolding the particulars by the internal sense (n. 10042). What "the beasts" which were sacrificed signified in particular (n. 10042). Arcana of heaven are contained in the rituals and processes of the sacrifices (n. 10057). In general they contained the arcana of the glorification of the Lord's Human; and in a respective sense, the arcana of the regeneration and purification of man from evils and falsities; wherefore they were prescribed for various sins, crimes, and purifications (n. 9990, 10022, 10042, 10053, 10057). What is signified by "the imposition of hands" on the beasts which were sacrificed (n. 10023). What by "the inferior parts of the slain beasts being put under their superior parts" in the burnt-offerings (n. 10051). What by "the meal-offerings" that were offered at the same time (n. 10079). What by "the drink-offering" (n. 4581, 10137). What by "the salt" which was used (n. 10300). What by "the altar" and all the particulars of it (n. 921, 2777, 2784, 2811, 2812, 4489, 4541, 8935, 8940, 9388, 9389, 9714, 9726, 9963, 9964, 10028, 10123, 10151, 10242, 10245, 10344). What by "the fire of the altar" (n. 934, 6314, 6832). What by "eating together of the things sacrificed" (n. 2187, 8682). Sacrifices were not commanded, but charity and faith, thus that they were only permitted, shown from the Word (n. 922, 2180). Why they were permitted (n. 2180, 2818).

The burnt-offerings and sacrifices, which consisted of lambs, she-goats, sheep, kids, he-goats, and bullocks, were in one word called "Bread," is evident from the following passages:

And the priest shall burn it upon the altar; it is the bread of the offering made by fire unto Jehovah (Lev. 3: 11, 16).

The sons of Aaron shall be holy unto their God, neither shall they profane the name of their God; for the offerings of Jehovah made by fire, the bread of their God, they do offer. Thou shalt sanctify him, for he offered the bread of thy God. A man of the seed of Aaron, in whom there shall be a blemish, let him not approach to offer the bread of his God (Lev. 21: 68, 17, 21).

Command the sons of Israel, and say unto them, My offering, My bread, for My sacrifices made by fire for an odor of rest, ye shall observe, to offer unto Me in its stated time (Num. 28:2).

He who shall have touched an unclean thing shall not eat of the holy things, but he shall wash his flesh in water; and shall afterwards eat of the holy things, because it is his bread (Lev. 22:6, 7).

They who offer polluted bread upon My altar (Conjugial Love 1:7).

Hence now, as has been said above (n. 214), the Holy Supper includes and comprehends all of the Divine worship instituted in the Israelitish Church; for the burnt-offerings and sacrifices in which the worship of that church principally consisted were called by the one word "bread." Hence, also, the Holy Supper is its fulfilling.

From what has been observed, it may now be seen what is meant by bread in John:

Jesus said to them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Moses gave them not that bread from heaven, but My Father giveth you the true bread from heaven, for the bread of God is He who came down from heaven, and giveth life unto the world. They said unto Lord, evermore give us this bread. Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life; he that cometh to Me shall never hunger, and he that believeth on Me shall never thirst. He that believeth on Me hath eternal life. I am the bread of life. This is the bread which cometh down from heaven; that anyone may eat thereof, and not die. I am the living bread which came down from heaven; if anyone shall eat of this bread, he shall live forever (John 6: 31-35, 47-51).

From these passages, and from what has been said above, it appears that "bread" is all the good which proceeds from the Lord, for the Lord Himself is in His own good; and thus that "bread and wine" in the Holy Supper are all the worship of the Lord from the good of love and faith.

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Apocalypse Revealed 19


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 146, 252, 325, 376, 475, 617


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