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4 Mózes 36

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1 Járulának pedig Mózeshez az atyák fejei a Gileád fiainak nemzetségébõl, a ki Mákirnak, Manasse fiának fia vala, a József fiainak nemzetségébõl, és szólának Mózes elõtt és Izráel fiai atyáinak fejedelmei elõtt.

2 És mondának: Az én uramnak megparancsolta az Úr, hogy sors által adja ezt a földet örökségül Izráel fiainak; de azt is megparancsolta az Úr az én Uramnak, hogy a mi atyánkfiának, Czélofhádnak örökségét adja oda az õ leányainak.

3 És ha Izráel fiai közül valamely más törzs fiaihoz mennek feleségül: elszakasztatik az õ örökségök a mi atyáink örökségétõl, és oda csatoltatik az annak a törzsnek örökségéhez, a melynél [feleségül] lesznek; a mi örökségünk pedig megkisebbedik.

4 És mikor Izráel fiainál a kürtzengés ünnepe lesz, az õ örökségök akkor is annak a törzsnek örökségéhez csatoltatik, a melynél [feleségül] lesznek. Eképen a mi atyáink törzseinek örökségébõl vétetik el azok öröksége.

5 Parancsot ada azért Mózes Izráel fiainak az Úr rendelése szerint, mondván: A József fiainak törzse igazat szól.

6 Ez az, a mit parancsolt az Úr a Czélofhád leányai felõl, mondván: A kihez jónak látják, ahhoz menjenek feleségül, de csak az õ atyjok törzsének háznépébõl valóhoz menjenek feleségül,

7 Hogy át ne szálljon Izráel fiainak öröksége egyik törzsrõl a másik törzsre; hanem Izráel fiai közül kiki ragaszkodjék az õ atyái törzsének örökségéhez.

8 És minden leányzó, a ki örökséget kap Izráel fiainak törzsei közül, az õ atyja törzsebeli háznépbõl valóhoz menjen feleségül, hogy Izráel fiai közül kiki megtartsa az õ atyáinak örökségét.

9 És ne szálljon az örökség egyik törzsrõl a másik törzsre, hanem Izráel fiainak törzsei közül kiki ragaszkodjék az õ örökségéhez.

10 A miképen megparancsolta vala az Úr Mózesnek, a képen cselekedtek vala a Czélofhád leányai.

11 Mert Makhla, Thircza, Hogla, Milkha és Nóa, a Czélofhád leányai, az õ nagybátyjok fiaihoz mentek vala feleségül;

12 A József fiának, Manassé fiainak nemzetségébõl valókhoz mentek vala feleségül; és lõn azoknak öröksége az õ atyjok nemzetségének törzsénél.

13 Ezek a parancsolatok és végzések, a melyeket Mózes által parancsolt az Úr Izráel fiainak, Moáb mezõségén a Jordán mellett, Jérikhó ellenében.

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Explanation of Numbers 36      

Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan

Verses 1-2. The man of the external church perceives from Divine Good by Divine Truth, that those who are in the affection of truth without truths receive an inheritance in the heavenly kingdom.

Verses 3-4. But he is in ignorance as to the truths relating to the conjunction of goodness with truth which is the heavenly marriage, and therefore seeks instruction.

Verses 5-13. In consequence of which he learns from Divine Truth, or the Word, that this conjunction is effected in freedom; and yet that every external affection is to be conjoined with its own internal, or with truths in harmony and agreement with itself.

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Józsué 24:28

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28 És elbocsátá Józsué a népet, kit-kit a maga örökségébe.

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Exploring the Meaning of Joshua 24      

Napsal(a) Rev. Julian Duckworth

Joshua 24: The covenant at Shechem and the death of Joshua.

In the beginning of this final chapter, Joshua recounts God’s work for Israel in great detail, spanning the time before Abraham through Isaac and Jacob, the Israelites’ time as slaves in Egypt, and the exodus through the wilderness for many years, culminating with crossing the Jordan and taking Jericho.

Joshua then told the people of Israel that they were to choose whom they would serve: the gods of their fathers, or the Lord God of Israel. The people strongly affirmed that they would follow the Lord and be faithful to Him. They repeated this several times. Then Joshua told them that they were witnesses of their choice, and he renewed the covenant with them there, at Shechem. To mark the covenant, Joshua took a large stone and set it up as a witness to remind the Israelites of what they had sworn that day.

And after all of this, Joshua died, and was buried within his inheritance at Timnath Serah. Israel served the Lord all the days of Joshua, and continued to serve the Lord for some time after. And also Eleazar, the chief priest of Israel, died.

The bones of Joseph, which had been carried by Israel since they left slavery in Egypt, were then given their final resting place at Shechem in a plot of land originally bought by the family of Joseph.

The spiritual meaning of this chapter is all about commitment and devotion in our relationship with the Lord. Joshua’s review of events at the beginning is a reminder that the Lord leads us through life, with all its trials and blessings (see Swedenborg’s work, Heaven and Hell 18). In the work of regeneration, a high state of peace and of the Lord’s presence in us is followed by a state where we are in temptation and under attack from hell. In contrast, a state of temptation in which we stand firm and depend on the Lord leads to a state of trust, confidence, and the return of the Lord’s peace (see Swedenborg’s work, Arcana Caelestia 933[2]).

Our spiritual life involves many repeated choices. This is why it is significant that the Israelites repeated their promise to serve the Lord so many times. We may feel that our decision to follow the Lord is a final one, but the reality is that we uphold (or refute) this decision in our actions each and every day. We will need to choose time and time again, even though we believe we would always choose the Lord (see Swedenborg’s work, Divine Providence 321[5]).

A covenant is a formal agreement. Biblical covenants are between people and the Lord. The Lord will always honor his part in the covenant, and we are to ensure that we will honor our part. Spiritually, the covenant is about the empowerment in declaring our commitment to the Lord. ‘This I will do.’ There is no longer any uncertainty or vagueness about our commitment to God. It has been sealed (Arcana Caelestia 1038).

The fact that Joshua commemorates the covenant with a stone also has important spiritual significance for us. A stone represents the strength and durability of truth when it becomes a permanent factor in our life. Committing to follow the Lord’s truths gives us a sturdy foundation in life.

When a story in the Bible mentions death, it always reflects the changing of some state in us. When Joshua and Eleazar the priest die, it is like moving on from a state which has served us well into a new and different state. In our regeneration, the Lord wants us to keep exploring new thoughts and decisions, so that we are always progressing and never complacent (Arcana Caelestia 1382).

The mention of Joseph’s bones at the very end of the chapter is also very significant. These bones of Joseph stand for the continuity of the Lord’s truth, wisdom and providence with us and for us. They also stand for the preservation of all that happens in a person’s life. All of these events make us the people we are, and will always keep shaping our spirit (Arcana Caelestia 6592).

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