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1 あなたはまた枚の幕をもって幕屋を造らなければならない。すなわち亜麻の撚糸、糸、紫糸、緋糸で幕を作り、巧みなわざをもって、それにケルビムを織り出さなければならない。

2 幕の長さは、おのおの二十八キュビト、幕の幅は、おのおのキュビトで、幕は皆同じ寸法でなければならない。

3 その幕枚を互に連ね合わせ、また他の枚の幕をも互に連ね合わせなければならない。

4 その一連の端にある幕の縁に色の乳をつけ、また他の一連の端にある幕の縁にもそのようにしなければならない。

5 あなたは、その一枚の幕に乳五十をつけ、また他の一連の幕の端にも乳五十をつけ、その乳を互に相向かわせなければならない。

6 あなたはまた金の輪五十を作り、その輪で幕を互に連ね合わせて一つの幕屋にしなければならない。

7 また幕屋をおおう天幕のためにやぎの毛糸で幕を作らなければならない。すなわち幕十一枚を作り、

8 その一枚の幕の長さ三十キュビト、その一枚の幕の幅はキュビトで、その十一枚の幕は同じ寸法でなければならない。

9 そして、その幕枚を一つに連ね合わせ、またその幕枚を一つに連ね合わせて、その枚目の幕を天幕の前で折り重ねなければならない。

10 またその一連の端にある幕の縁に乳五十をつけ、他の一連の幕の縁にも乳五十をつけなさい。

11 そして青銅の輪五十を作り、その輪を乳に掛け、その天幕を連ね合わせて一つにし、

12 その天幕の幕の残りの垂れる部分、すなわちその残りの半幕を幕屋のうしろに垂れさせなければならない。

13 そして天幕の幕のたけで余るものの、こちらのキュビトと、あちらのキュビトとは、幕屋をおおうように、その両のこちらとあちらとに垂れさせなければならない。

14 また、あかね染めの雄の皮で天幕のおおいと、じゅごんの皮でその上にかけるおおいとを造らなければならない。

15 あなたは幕屋のために、アカシヤ材で立枠を造らなければならない。

16 枠の長さキュビト、枠の幅を一キュビト半とし、

17 枠ごとにつの柄を造って、かれとこれとを食い合わさせ、幕屋のすべての枠にこのようにしなければならない。

18 あなたは幕屋のために枠を造り、のために枠二十とし、

19 その二十の枠の下にの座四十を造って、この枠の下に、そのつの柄のためにつの座を置き、かの枠の下にもそのつの柄のためにつの座を置かなければならない。

20 また幕屋の他の、すなわちのためにも枠二十を造り、

21 そのの座四十を造って、この枠の下につの座を置き、かの枠の下につの座を置かなければならない。

22 また幕屋のうしろ、すなわち西のために枠つを造り、

23 幕屋のうしろのつのすみのために枠つを造らなければならない。

24 これらはで重なり合い、同じくその頂でも第一の環まで重なり合うようにし、そのつともそのようにしなければならない。それらはつのすみのために設けるものである。

25 こうしてその枠は八つ、そのの座は十六、この枠の下につの座、かの枠の下につの座を置かなければならない。

26 またアカシヤ材で横を造らなければならない。すなわち幕屋のこのの枠のためにつ、

27 また幕屋のかのの枠のために横木つ、幕屋のうしろの西の枠のために横木つを造り、

28 枠のまんにある央の横木は端から端まで通るようにしなければならない。

29 そしてその枠を金でおおい、また横木を通すその環を金で造り、また、その横木を金でおおわなければならない。

30 こうしてあなたはで示された様式に従って幕屋を建てなければならない。

31 また糸、紫糸、緋糸、亜麻の撚糸で垂幕を作り、巧みなわざをもって、それにケルビムを織り出さなければならない。

32 そして金でおおったつのアカシヤ材のの金の鉤にこれを掛け、そのつのの座の上にすえなければならない。

33  その垂幕の輪を鉤に掛け、その垂幕の内にあかしの箱を納めなさい。その垂幕はあなたがたのために聖所と至聖所とを隔て分けるであろう。

34 また至聖所にあるあかしの箱の上に贖罪所を置かなければならない。

35 そしてその垂幕の外に机を置き、幕屋の南に、机に向かい合わせて燭台を置かなければならない。ただし机はに置かなければならない。

36 あなたはまた天幕の入口のために糸、紫糸、緋糸、亜麻の撚糸で、色とりどりに織ったとばりを作らなければならない。あなたはそのとばりのためにアカシヤ材の柱五つを造り、これを金でおおい、その鉤を金で造り、またその柱のために銅の座五つを鋳て造らなければならない。

37 あなたはそのとばりのためにアカシヤ材のつを造り、これを金でおおい、その鉤を金で造り、またそののために青銅の座つを鋳て造らなければならない。

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10129. 'And the altar shall be the holy of holies' means the celestial kingdom, where the Lord is present in the good of love. This is clear from the meaning of 'the altar' as that which is representative of the Lord in respect of Divine Good, dealt with in 9388, 9389, 9714, 9964, at this point in respect of Divine Good in heaven and in the Church, 10123; and from the meaning of 'the holy of holies' as celestial good or the good of love from the Lord. The reason why it is the celestial kingdom that is meant here by 'the altar' and the good there that is meant by 'the holy of holies' is that the good received in that kingdom is the good of love which comes from and is offered back to the Lord, which is celestial good. For there are two kingdoms into which the heavens are divided, the celestial kingdom and the spiritual kingdom. The celestial kingdom receives the good of love coming from and offered back to the Lord, whereas the spiritual kingdom receives from the Lord the good of charity towards the neighbour, see the places referred to in 9277, and what is stated in 9680, 10068.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 9388-9389)


[2] 'The altar' represents the celestial kingdom, or what amounts to the same thing, it represents the Lord where He is present in the good of love; and 'the tent of meeting outside the veil' represents the spiritual kingdom, or what amounts to the same thing, it represents the Lord where He is present in the good of charity towards the neighbour. The spiritual kingdom's good, or spiritual good, is called the holy place, but the celestial kingdom's good, or celestial good, is called the holy of holies. The reason why celestial good, which is the good of love received from and offered back to the Lord, is referred to as the holy of holies is that this good is a channel through which the Lord flows directly into the heavens; but spiritual good - the good of charity towards the neighbour - is a channel through which He does so indirectly, by way of celestial good, see 9473, 9683, 9873, 9992, 10005. The term 'flow in' is used because the Lord, being the Sun of heaven, is above the heavens and flows in from there, 10106; yet He is still as one present within the heavens.

[3] The fact that celestial good, which is the good of love received from and offered back to the Lord, is meant by 'the holy of holies' is clear from places in the Word where the expression 'the holy of holies' occurs, as in Moses,

The veil shall be for you a divider between the holy place and the holy of holies. And you shall put the mercy-seat onto the ark of the Testimony in the holy of holies. Exodus 26:33-34.

From this it is evident that 'the holy place' refers to that part of the tent which was outside the veil, and 'the holy of holies' to the part within the veil. Regarding the tent or the dwelling-place outside the veil, that it represented the Lord's spiritual kingdom, or the middle heaven, and regarding the tent or dwelling-place within the veil, that it represented the Lord's celestial kingdom, or the inmost heaven, see 9457, 9481, 9485, 10001, 10025. The part of the tent within the veil is also called the holy sanctuary 1 , Leviticus 16:33. Since the ark, which had the Testimony within it and the mercy-seat above it, represented the inmost heaven, where celestial good reigns, the innermost part of the temple, where the ark of the covenant was, is also called the holy of holies, 1 Kings 6:16; 8:6.

[4] Since the bread and the minchah were signs of the good of love received from and offered back to the Lord, which is celestial good, they too are called 'the holy of holies' in Moses,

The bread of faces (or of the presence) shall be eaten by Aaron and his sons in a holy place; for it is the holy of holies of the fire offerings to Jehovah. Leviticus 24:9.

'The bread of faces (or of the presence)' means celestial good, see 9545. In the same book,

That which remains of the minchah shall be for Aaron and his sons, the holy of holies of the fire offerings to Jehovah. Leviticus 2:3, 10.

'The minchah', which consisted of unleavened bread, unleavened cakes, and unleavened wafers mixed with oil, means celestial good or the good of love, see 4581, 9992, 10079; and 'a fire offering to Jehovah' means Divine Love, 10055.

[5] In the same author,

Every minchah - a sacrifice of sin offering and a sacrifice of guilt offering - which is for Aaron and his sons, is the holy of holies to Jehovah. Numbers 18:9-10.

Such minchahs too were called 'the holy of holies' because those sacrifices were signs of purification from evils, and all purification from evils is accomplished in a state of the good of innocence; and this good as well is celestial good. This explains why in sacrifices of sin offering or guilt offering female or male lambs, or rams, or young bulls, or turtle doves were offered, as is clear from Chapters 4, 5 of Leviticus, that good being meant by these creatures. For its being meant by 'lambs', see 3994, 3519, 7840, by 'rams', 10042, by 'young bulls', 9391; and its being meant by 'turtle doves' is evident from the places in the Word where such birds are mentioned. As regards purification from evils and regeneration, that they are accomplished in a state of innocence, see 10021. Therefore those sacrifices are called 'the holy of holies' also in Leviticus 6:25; 7:6; 10:17; 14:13.

(Odkazy: Leviticus 4:1, 5:1, 6:17; Numbers 18:9)


[6] In the same author,

The minchah shall be eaten beside the altar; for it is the holy of holies. Leviticus 10:12.

It has been shown above that the altar of burnt offering represented the Lord in respect of the good of love, and reception by angels and men. This accounts for the use of the following words concerning it in Moses,

You shall anoint the altar of burnt offering and all its vessels, its laver, and its pedestal. And you shall sanctify them, that they may be the holy of holies; everyone who touches them will make himself holy. Exodus 30:28-29.

(Odkazy: Exodus 30:29)


[7] The incense too, some of which was placed before the Testimony in the tent of meeting, is called the holy of holies, Exodus 30:36, because it meant celestial good in last and lowest things, and also meant the things that emanate from that good, 9475. In Ezekiel,

This is the law of the house 2 : On the top of the mountain shall its whole border round about be, the holy of holies. Ezekiel 43:12.

The reason why 'the house' together with the border around it is called 'the holy of holies' is that 'God's house' means the celestial kingdom, and in the highest sense the Lord in respect of the good of love, 3720. This is why the words 'on the top of the mountain' are also used, for 'the top of the mountain' has the same meaning, 6435, 9422, 9434.

[8] In Daniel,

Seventy weeks have been decreed concerning the people and concerning the holy city to seal up vision and prophet, and to anoint the holy of holies. Daniel 9:24.

This refers to the Coming of the Lord, who alone is Jehovah's Anointed and who alone is the Holy One, and who also as to His Human is the Divine Good of Divine Love, and so is the holy of holies.

The Lord alone as to His Divine Human is Jehovah's Anointed, see 9954.

He alone is the Holy One, 9229.

He is the Divine Good of Divine Love, see the places referred to in 9199(end).

[9] The reason why celestial good is meant by 'the holy of holies' but spiritual good by 'the holy place' is that celestial good is inmost good, and therefore also is the inmost heaven's good, whereas spiritual good is good emanating from that celestial good and is therefore the middle heaven's good. And this good is good and consequently holy to the extent that it has celestial good within it; for celestial good flows into spiritual, conceives it, and begets it as a father does his child. The words 'celestial good' are used to mean the good of love received from and offered back to the Lord, and 'spiritual good' to mean the good of charity towards the neighbour received from the Lord.

[10] The good of love to the Lord received from the Lord is 'the holy of holies' because the Lord joins Himself directly to others through it. But the good of charity towards the neighbour is 'the holy place' because He joins Himself through it indirectly; and He joins Himself to the extent that it has the good of love from the Lord within it. The good of love to the Lord received from the Lord is present within all genuine good of charity, and also within all genuine good of faith; for such good flows in from the Lord. No one by his own strength, only by the Lord's, can love the neighbour and in love do good to him; and no one by his own strength, only by the Lord's, can believe in God. When therefore the Lord is acknowledged and the neighbour is loved, the Lord is present within the love towards the neighbour, however unaware the person may be of it. This also is what the Lord's words in Matthew serve to mean,

The righteous will answer, Lord, when did we see You hungry and feed You, or thirsty and give You drink? When did we see You sick, or in prison, and come to You? But the King will say to them, Truly I say to you, Insofar as you did it to one of the least of these My brothers you did it to Me. Matthew 25:37-40.

From these words it is evident that the Lord is within the good of charity, indeed is that good, even though those governed by this good are unaware of it. 'Brothers' is used in the proximate sense 3 to mean those governed by the good of charity; and in the abstract sense, without reference to persons, 'the Lord's brothers' are the good of charity itself, in all its forms, see 5063-5071.

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Footnotes:

1. i.e. the internal historical sense. See the final words of 4690.

2. i.e. the new temple

3. literally, the sanctuary of holiness

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(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 5063; Exodus 29:37)

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