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Genesis 32

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1 Jokūbui keliaujant toliau, jį pasitiko Dievo angelai.

2 Jis, išvydęs juos, tarė: “Tai Dievo stovykla!” Ir pavadino tą vietą Mahanaimu.

3 Jokūbas siuntė pirma savęs pasiuntinius pas savo brolį Ezavą į Seyro žemę, Edomo kraštan.

4 Jis įsakė jiems: “Taip kalbėsite mano valdovui Ezavui: ‘Taip sako tavo tarnas Jokūbas: ‘Viešėjau pas Labaną ir ten užtrukau iki šios dienos.

5 Turiu jaučių, asilų, avių, tarnų bei tarnaičių ir siunčiu pranešti savo valdovui, kad surasčiau malonę jo akyse’ ”.

6 Pasiuntiniai, sugrįžę pas Jokūbą, pranešė: “Buvome nuėję pas tavo brolį Ezavą, jis ateina tavęs pasitikti su keturiais šimtais vyrų!”

7 Jokūbas labai išsigando ir susirūpino. Jis padalino žmones, avis, galvijus bei kupranugarius į du būrius

8 ir tarė: “Jei Ezavas užpuls vieną būrį ir jį sumuš, tai bent likęs išsigelbės”.

9 Jokūbas meldėsi: “Mano tėvo Abraomo ir mano tėvo Izaoko Dieve, Viešpatie, kuris man sakei: ‘Grįžk į savo šalį pas savo gimines, ir Aš tau gera darysiu’.

10 Aš nevertas net mažiausios Tavo malonės ir ištikimybės, kurią parodei savo tarnui. Aš tik su lazda perėjau Jordaną, o dabar turiu du būrius.

11 Išgelbėk mane iš mano brolio Ezavo rankos, nes aš jo bijau, kad atėjęs nenužudytų manęs ir motinų su vaikais.

12 Tu juk sakei: ‘Aš tikrai darysiu tau gera ir padauginsiu tavo palikuonis, kad jie bus kaip jūros smiltys ir jų neįmanoma bus suskaičiuoti dėl gausybės’ ”.

13 Jokūbas tą naktį nakvojo toje vietoje. ytą jis parinko dovanų savo broliui Ezavui iš to, ką turėjo:

14 du šimtus ožkų ir dvidešimt ožių, du šimtus avių ir dvidešimt avinų,

15 trisdešimt kupranugarių su kumeliukais, keturiasdešimt karvių ir dešimt jaučių, dvidešimt asilių ir dešimt asilų.

16 Jis juos atidavė tarnams ir išsiuntė po būrį atskirai, sakydamas: “Eikite pirma manęs, palikdami tarpus tarp bandų!”

17 Jis įsakė pirmajam: “Kai tave sutiks mano brolis Ezavas, klausdamas: ‘Kam tu priklausai? Kur eini? Kam priklauso šita banda?’,

18 tai atsakyk: ‘Tavo tarnui Jokūbui. Tai dovana, siunčiama mano valdovui Ezavui; štai ir jis pats ateina paskui mus’ ”.

19 Jis taip įsakė antrajam, trečiajam ir visiems, kurie ginė bandas: “Kalbėkite šitais žodžiais Ezavui, kai jį sutiksite,

20 ir pridurkite: ‘Tavo tarnas Jokūbas taip pat ateina paskui mus’ ”. Jokūbas galvojo: “Aš jį permaldausiu dovanomis, kurias siunčiu pirma savęs, paskui sutiksiu jį patį. Gal jis mane draugiškai sutiks?”

21 Pasiųstos dovanos išėjo pirma jo, o jis pats tą naktį nakvojo stovykloje.

22 Tą pačią naktį atsikėlęs jis paėmė abi žmonas, abi tarnaites ir vienuolika sūnų ir perbrido Jaboko brastą.

23 Jis perkėlė per upelį juos ir visa, ką turėjo.

24 Jokūbas pasiliko vienas. Ten jis grūmėsi su vienu vyru iki aušros.

25 Matydamas, kad neįstengia jo įveikti, tas vyras smogė Jokūbui į šlaunį ir išnarino Jokūbo šlaunies sąnarį.

26 Tada tas vyras tarė: “Paleisk mane, nes jau aušta!” Jokūbas atsakė: “Nepaleisiu tavęs, jei manęs nepalaiminsi!”

27 Tas klausė: “Kuo tu vardu?” Jis atsakė: “Jokūbas”.

28 Tada jis tarė: “Tu nebebūsi vadinamas Jokūbu, bet Izraeliu, nes tu kovojai su Dievu ir su žmonėmis ir nugalėjai”.

29 Jokūbas klausė: “Pasakyk man savo vardą”. Bet tas atsakė: “Kam gi klausi mano vardo?” Ir jis ten jį palaimino.

30 Jokūbas pavadino tą vietą Penieliu: “Aš regėjau Dievą veidas į veidą ir išlikau gyvas”.

31 Kai jis perėjo Penielį, patekėjo saulė, ir jis šlubavo viena koja.

32 Todėl iki šios dienos Izraelio vaikai nevalgo šlaunies raumenų, nes Jokūbo šlaunis buvo sužeista.

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Arcana Coelestia 4232, 4233, 4234, 4235, 4238, 4239, 4240, ...


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Arcana Coelestia 1025, 2838, 3021, 4013, 4236, 4237, 4242, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 862, 939


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 412, 710

Marriage 108

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Arcana Coelestia # 4287

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4287. 'For as a prince you have contended with God and with men, and have prevailed' means repeated victories in conflicts over truths and goods. This is clear from the meaning of 'contending as a prince' as overcoming in conflicts, in this case conflicts that accompany temptations since these are the subject at present; and from the meaning of 'with God and with men' as conflicts over truths and goods, to be dealt with below.

[2] The subject in the highest sense being the Lord, it is He who is meant in that sense by 'one contending as a prince with God and with men', for by His own power He suffered all temptations and through them overcame the hells. Indeed He allowed into Himself all the hells in their order, and even the angels, as will be explained later on. In so doing he brought into order everything in the heavens and in the hells, and at length glorified Himself, that is, made the Human within Him Divine.

[3] From this it is evident that in the highest sense the Lord is meant by Jacob and Israel, as shown immediately above in 4286. Not only has He Himself 'contended as a prince', that is, has suffered all the conflicts brought about by temptations and has overcome in them, but also He suffers them in every individual human being. But see what has been stated many times already on these matters in the following references,

The Lord suffered the severest temptations, greater than anybody else has done, 1663, 1668, 1787, 2776, 2786, 2795, 2816.

Unlike any others the Lord fought out of Divine love, 1690, 1691 (end), 1789, 1812, 1813, 1820.

The Lord fought against hereditary evil from the mother, so that at length He was not her son; even so, no evil of His own doing was attached to Him, 1444, 1573, 2025, 2574, 2649, 3318 (end).

Through the conflicts brought about by temptations and through repeated victories the Lord arranged all things into the form which heaven possesses, 1928.

And through repeated victories in conflicts brought about by temptations He united the Divine Essence to the Human Essence, 1616, 1737, 1813, 1921, 2025, 2026, 2500, 2523, 2632, 2776.

The Lord suffers the temptations that take place in man, subduing evil and the hells, 987, 1661, 1692 (end).

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1690-1691, 1812-1813, 2025-2026)


[4] The arcanum that 'contending with God and with men' means being tempted over truths and over goods is one that is not open to view in the letter. It is clear to anyone, and will also be evident from the explanation given below, that it was not God with whom Jacob contended, for it cannot be said of anyone that he contends with God and prevails. But the internal sense teaches what 'God' and 'men' mean here - that 'God' means truth, and 'men' good. The reason for this is that 'God' in the internal sense means truth, and therefore whenever truth is dealt with the name God is used, 2586, 2769, 2807, 2822, whereas the term 'man' is used to mean good. And 'man' means good because the Lord is the only Man and anyone else is called such by virtue of Him, 49, 288, 565, 1894. A further reason is that by virtue of Him heaven is man and is called the Grand Man, 684, 1276, 3624-3649, 3741-3750. And this also was why the Most Ancient Church which was governed by celestial good was referred to as Man, 478.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 3741-3751)


[5] Therefore whenever good is dealt with in the Word, 'man' (homo) means good, as in Isaiah,

I will make the male person (vir homo) more rare than gold, and man (homo) than the gold of Ophir. Isaiah 13:12.

In the same prophet,

The inhabitants of the land will be scorched and few male persons (vir homo) left. Isaiah 24:6.

'Male persons' stands for spiritual good or the good of truth. 'Man' stands for good. In the same prophet, The highways have been laid waste, the wayfarer has ceased. He has broken the covenant, he has despised the cities, he has no regard for the male person (vir homo). Isaiah 33:8.

In Jeremiah,

I looked to the earth, and behold, that which is void and empty, and towards the heavens, and they had no light I looked, and behold, there was no man; and all the birds of the air had flown away. Jeremiah 4:23, 25.

In the same prophet, behold, the days are coming, said Jehovah, in which I will sow the house of Israel and the house of Judah with the seed of man and the seed of beast. Jeremiah 31:27.

In Ezekiel,

Your merchants [traded] in the souls of men and vessels of bronze, giving these for your merchandise. Ezekiel 27:13.

In the same prophet, You, O my flock, the flock of My pasture, you are men; I am your God. Ezekiel 34:31.

In the same prophet, They will be cities laid waste, filled with the flock of mankind. Ezekiel 36:38.

In these places 'man' (homo) stands for people who are governed by good, and so stands for good, since good is what causes anyone to be 'man'. Truth however which is grounded in good is referred to in the Word as 'a male person' (vir homo) and also as 'the son of man'.

(Odkazy: Genesis 32:28)

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Arcana Coelestia 4293, 4295, 4402, 5149, 6373, 7268, 7424, 8273, 8301, 8571, 8875, 8902, 9007, 9160, 9221, 9348, 9715, 10154, 10155, 10545

Heaven and Hell 86

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 121, 201, 300, 301, 302


References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 32, 176, 205, 286, 298, 323, 364


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