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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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Joseph      

Napsal(a) Joe David

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Joseph, Jacob’s eleventh son, is one of the favorite characters in the Bible, with his troubles, his triumphs over them, and his constant trust in the Lord. His birth in the land of Padan Aram is mentioned in Genesis 30, but his story really begins in chapter 37, when he is 17 years old. Jacob gives him a coat of many colors, which makes his brother's jealous. More, he earns enmity and envy from his brothers by telling of his dreams.

Joseph's story is a series of ups and downs, from being his father's favorite to being sold as a slave by his vengeful older brothers: to being in Potiphar’s high favor to being cast into prison caused by the false testimony of Potiphar’s wife. He again rises to the favor of the governor of the prison, and then to the favor of Pharoah and being second in the land of Egypt. Finally he is reconciled with his brothers, is reunited with his family, and brings them all down to Egypt where there is food in plenty.

The highest meaning of Joseph is the Lord during a part of His life as Jesus, and representatively part of the life of any regenerating person of the spiritual church, and in the historic sense the ancient church, apparently not as it was in Joseph's time, but as it might have been had it stayed true to its roots.

Joseph's travels are similar to those of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. They all leave the land of Canaan and journey to Egypt or Gerar or Padan Aram. In each case there was some misunderstanding and worry, but also in each case they returned to the land of Canaan much enriched. Canaan represents heaven or heavenly states. Egypt represents external knowledge and science, Gerar represents knowledges of faith, and Aram knowledges of truth and good but now tainted by idolatry. In all cases those journeys mean the gaining of knowledge, not the living of it. It’s a little like going off to school and then coming home and digesting what has been learned, with sometimes having a hard time breaking away. The Writings give us many details of these states but not a timetable of when in life they come about, though these states are all before adulthood.

Joseph represents the state of knowing truths and using them to do good, or useful services. This is phrased in many of the attached references as the celestial of the spiritual, or the good of truth, which is the good that is done because we know truths that are our guides to life. The word celestial always refers to things of the will - loves that cause action; and spiritual to things of the understanding - know-how that shows how to do what is desired.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 3969, 4607, 4669, 4682, 4741, 4988, 5036, 5094, 5249, 5316, 5876, 5890, 5974, 5975, 6275, Genesis 30:24, 30:25)


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