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2 Mosebok 36

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1 Og Besalel og Oholiab og alle kunstforstandige menn, som Herren hadde gitt forstand og kunnskap, så de forstod sig på alt det arbeid som skulde til for å få helligdommen ferdig, gjorde i ett og alt som Herren hadde sagt.

2 For Moses kalte Besalel og Oholiab og alle kunstforstandige menn, som Herren hadde gitt kunstnergaver, alle hvis hjerte drev dem, til å skride til verket for å fullføre det.

3 Og de fikk hos Moses hele den gave som Israels barn hadde båret frem til det arbeid som skulde utføres for å få helligdommen ferdig. Men folket bar fremdeles frivillige gaver frem til ham hver morgen.

4 Da kom alle de kunstforstandige menn som utførte alt arbeidet ved helligdommen, enhver fra det arbeid han var i ferd med,

5 og de sa til Moses: Folket bærer frem meget mere enn det trenges til det arbeid som Herren har befalt å fullføre.

6 Da lot Moses rope ut i hele leiren: Ingen, hverken mann eller kvinne, skal lenger bære noget frem som gave til helligdommen! Så holdt folket op med å bære frem gaver.

7 Men det som var gitt, var nok til hele det arbeid som skulde fullføres, ja mere enn nok.

8 Så gjorde da alle de kunstforstandige blandt dem som var med i arbeidet, tabernaklet av ti tepper; av fint, tvunnet lingarn og blå og purpurrød og karmosinrød ull blev de gjort med kjeruber på i kunstvevning.

9 Hvert teppe var åtte og tyve alen langt og fire alen bredt; alle teppene holdt samme mål.

10 Fem av teppene festet de sammen, det ene til det andre, og likeså de andre Fem tepper.

11 Og de gjorde hemper av blå ull i kanten på det ene teppe, ytterst der hvor sammenfestingen skulde være; likeså gjorde de i kanten på det ytterste teppe, der hvor den andre sammenfesting skulde være.

12 Femti hemper gjorde de på det ene teppe, og Femti hemper gjorde de ytterst på det teppe som var der hvor den andre sammenfesting skulde være; hempene var like mot hverandre, den ene mot den andre.

13 Og de gjorde femti gullkroker og festet teppene til hverandre med krokene, så tabernaklet blev et sammenhengende telt.

14 Så gjorde de tepper av gjetehår til et dekke over tabernaklet; elleve sådanne tepper gjorde de.

15 Hvert teppe var tretti alen langt og fire alen bredt; alle de elleve tepper holdt samme mål.

16 Og de festet fem av teppene sammen for sig og seks for sig.

17 De gjorde femti hemper i kanten på det ene teppe, ytterst der hvor sammenfestingen skulde være, og likeså femti hemper i kanten på det andre teppe, der hvor sammenfestingen skulde være.

18 Og de gjorde femti kobberkroker til å feste teppene sammen med så det blev ett dekke.

19 Over dekket gjorde de et varetak av rødfarvede værskinn og ovenpå det et varetak av takasskinn.

20 Plankene til tabernaklet gjorde de av akasietre og reiste dem på ende.

21 Hver planke var ti alen lang og halvannen alen bred.

22 På hver planke var det to tapper, med en tverrlist imellem; således gjorde de med alle plankene til tabernaklet.

23 Og av plankene som de gjorde til tabernaklet, reiste de tyve planker på den side som vendte mot syd;

24 og firti fotstykker av sølv gjorde de til å sette under de tyve planker, to fotstykker under hver planke til å feste begge tappene i.

25 Likeså gjorde de tyve planker til tabernaklets andre side, den som vendte mot nord,

26 og til dem firti fotstykker av sølv, to fotstykker under hver planke.

27 Til baksiden av tabernaklet, mot vest, gjorde de seks planker.

28 Og to planker gjorde de til tabernaklets hjørner på baksiden;

29 de var dobbelte nedenfra og likeledes begge dobbelte helt op, til den første ring; således gjorde de med dem begge på begge hjørnene.

30 Således blev det åtte planker med sine fotstykker av sølv - seksten fotstykker, to under hver planke.

31 Så gjorde de tverrstenger av akasietre, fem til plankene på den ene side av tabernaklet

32 og fem til plankene på den andre side, og fem til plankene på baksiden av tabernaklet, mot vest.

33 Og den mellemste tverrstang satte de således at den gikk tvert over midt på plankeveggen, fra den ene ende til den andre.

34 Plankene klædde de med gull, og ringene på dem, som tverrstengene skulde stikkes i, gjorde de helt av gull; tverrstengene klædde de også med gull.

35 Så gjorde de forhenget av blå og purpurrød og karmosinrød ull og fint, tvunnet lingarn; de gjorde det i kunstvevning med kjeruber på.

36 Og de gjorde fire stolper av akasietre til forhenget og klædde dem med gull; hakene på dem var av gull, og de støpte fire fotstykker av sølv til dem.

37 Til teltdøren gjorde de et teppe av blå og purpurrød og karmosinrød ull og fint, tvunnet lingarn med utsydd arbeid,

38 og til teppet fem stolper med sine haker, og de klædde stolpehodene og stengene med gull; og til stolpene gjorde de fem fotstykker av kobber.

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Arcana Coelestia 10750


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Arcana Coelestia 121, 296, 2576, 3300, 3519, 5319, 9509

Apocalypse Revealed 585, 793, 814

The Doctrine of the New Jerusalem Regarding the Sacred Scripture 97


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Apocalypse Explained 417, 799, 1143, 1186

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ti
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lingarn
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blå
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purpurrød
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karmosinrød
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ull
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1186. And no craftsman of whatsoever craft shall be found in thee any more, signifies no more wisdom, intelligence, or knowledge. This is evident from the signification of "craftsman of whatsoever craft," as being everything belonging to the understanding, consequently wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge, for these belong to the understanding, the inmost of which is wisdom, the middle intelligence, and the lowest is knowledge. This is the signification of "craftsman of whatsoever craft," because these are endowments of the understanding, and its endowments are signified by "crafts." As these are signified by "crafts," so in the Word where the construction of the tabernacle is treated of, also the garments of Aaron, which were of gold, blue, purple, scarlet double-dyed, and fine twined linen, it is said that they were to be the work of the "craftsman," elsewhere "a work of a contriver" (Exodus 26:1, 31; 28:6; 39:8; and elsewhere). The things of which these were made, and which are here mentioned, signify things of wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge; therefore of Bezaleel and Oholiab, who were the craftsmen, and who made these things, it is said:

They were filled with wisdom, intelligence, and knowledge (Exodus 31:3; 36:1-2).

(Odkazy: Revelation 18:22)


[2] That "craftsman" signifies intelligence from what is one's own [proprium] is evident in Hosea:

They make them a molten image of their silver, and idols in their intelligence, all of it the work of the craftsmen (Hosea 13:2).

"Molten image" and "idol" signify worship according to doctrine that is from self-intelligence; "silver" signifies the falsity from which such doctrine comes; therefore it is said "that in their intelligence they make them an idol, all of it the work of craftsmen. " So in Isaiah:

The craftsman melteth a graven image, and the goldsmith spreadeth it over with gold, and casteth chains of silver; he seeketh a wise craftsman (Isaiah 40:19-20).

And in Jeremiah:

Silver spread into plates is brought from Tarshish, and gold from Uphaz, the work of the craftsman and of the hands of the founder, hyacinthine and garments, all of it the work of the wise (Jeremiah 10:3, 9).

Here and in many passages elsewhere self-intelligence is described by "idols," and "sculptured and molten images" (see n. 587, 827).

(Continuation)

(Odkazy: The Apocalypse Explained 587, 827)


[3] End, mediate causes, and effect, are called also the chief end, intermediate ends, and the final end. Intermediate and final ends are called ends, because the chief end produces them, is everything in them, is their esse and is their soul. The chief end is the will's love in man, the intermediate ends are subordinate loves, and the final end is the love of the will existing as it were in its effigy. As the chief end is the love of the will it follows that intermediate ends, being subordinate loves, are foreseen, provided, and produced through the understanding, and that the final end is the use foreseen, provided, and produced by the love of the will through the understanding, for everything that love produces is a use. This must be premised in order that what has just been said may be perceived, namely, that eminence and riches may be blessings or that they may be curses.

(Odkazy: Revelation 18:22)

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Apocalypse Explained 1184


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