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Бытие 38

Pyatiknizhie Moiseya v perevode arhimandrita Makariya (1825)         

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1 Въ то время случилось, что Іуда, отошедши отъ братьевъ своихъ, поставилъ шатеръ свой въ сосјдствј одного Одолламитянина, которому имя Хира.

2 Тамъ увидјлъ Іуда дочь одного Хананеянина, которому имя: Шуа, и взялъ ее за себя, и вошелъ къ ней.

3 Она зачала, и родила сына; и онъ нарекъ ему имя: Иръ.

4 И зачала опять, и родила сына, и нарекла ему имя: Онанъ.

5 Потомъ и еще родила сына, и нарекла ему имя: Шела. Онъ былъ въ Хезивј, когда она родила сего.

6 И взялъ Іуда за Ира, первенца своего, жену, именемъ Ѕамарь.

7 Иръ, первенецъ Іудинъ, былъ неблагоугоденъ предъ очами Іеговы; и Іегова умертвилъ его.

8 Тогда Іуда сказалъ Онану: войди къ женј брата твоего, вступи у ней въ права деверя, и возстанови сјмя брату твоему.

9 Онанъ зналъ, что сјмя будетъ не ему; и потому, когда входилъ къ женј брата своего, погублялъ сјмя пролитіемъ на землю, чтобы не дать сјмени брату своему.

10 То, что онъ дјлалъ, было зло предъ очами Іеговы: посему Онъ умертвилъ и его.

11 Тогда Іуда сказалъ Ѕамарј, невјсткј своей: оставайся вдовою въ домј отца твоего, пока подростетъ сынъ мой Шела. Ибо онъ сказалъ въ умј своемъ: не умеръ бы и онъ подобно братьямъ его. Ѕамарь пошла, и осталась въ домј отца своего.

12 По прошествіи немалаго времени умерла дочь Шуи, жена Іудина. Іуда, утјшившись, пошелъ въ Ѕимну, къ стригущимъ скотъ его, самъ и Хира другъ его, Одолламитянинъ.

13 И дали Ѕамари вјсть, говоря: вотъ, свекоръ твой идетъ въ Ѕимну, стричь скотъ свой.

14 Тогда она сняла съ себя одежду вдовства своего, покрыла себя покрываломъ, и, закрывшись, сјла у воротъ Енаима, по дорогј въ Ѕимну. Ибо видјла, что Шела выросъ, а она не дана ему въ жену.

15 Іуда, увидя ее, почелъ ее за блудницу; потому что она закрыла лице свое.

16 Онъ поворотилъ къ ней съ дороги, и сказалъ: войду я къ тебј. Ибо не зналъ, что это невјстка его. Она сказала: что ты дашь мнј за то, что войдешь ко мнј?

17 Онъ отвјчалъ: я пришлю тебј козленка изъ стада. Она сказала: дашь ли ты мнј залогъ, пока пришлешь?

18 Онъ сказалъ: какой дать тебј залогь? она отвјчала: печать твою, и цјпочку твою, и трость твою, которая въ рукј твоей. Онъ отдалъ ей сіе, и вошелъ къ ней; и она зачала отъ него.

19 И вставъ, пошла, сняла съ себя покрывало свое, и одјлась въ одежду вдовства своего.

20 Іуда же послалъ козленка черезъ друга своего Одолламитянина, чтобы возвратить залогъ изъ руки женщины; но онъ не нашелъ ея.

21 И спросилъ жителей того мјста, говоря: гдј блудница, которая была въ Енаимј при дорогј? но они отвјчали: здјсь не было блудницы,

22 И такъ онъ возвратился къ Іудј, и сказалъ: я не нашелъ ея; да и жители мјста того сказали: здјсь не было блудницы.

23 Сказалъ Іуда: пусть она возметъ себј, чтобы не стали надъ нами смјяться: вотъ, я послалъ этого козленка; но ты не нашелъ ея.

24 Прошло около трехъ мјсяцевъ, и сказали Іудј, говоря: Ѕамарь, невјстка твоя, впала въ блудъ, и вотъ она беременна отъ блуда. Іуда сказалъ: выведите ее, и пусть сожгутъ ее.

25 Но когда повели ее; тогда она послала сказать свекру своему: я беременна отъ того, чье это. И сказала: узнавай, чья эта печать, и цјпочка, и трость.

26 Іуда узналъ, и сказалъ: она правје меня, потому что я не далъ ея Шелј, сыну моему. Потомъ онъ не позналъ ея болје.

27 Настало время родить ей, и вотъ въ утробј ея близнецы.

28 И случилось во время родовъ ея, что показалась рука одного; тогда повивальная бабка, взявъ, навязала ему на руку червленую нить, сказавъ: этотъ вышелъ первый.

29 Но онъ возвратилъ руку свою; и вотъ вышелъ братъ его. Тогда она сказала: какъ ты расторгъ себј преграду? Отъ сего наречено ему имя: Фаресъ.

30 Потомъ вышелъ братъ его съ червленою нитью на рукј. И наречено ему имя: Зара.

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Verses 1, 2. That heaven and the church are an image and likeness of the Lord through the reception of His Divine Love and Wisdom in conjunction.

Verse 3. To which reception all are called by the Word, but they who are in mere natural loves reject the call.

Verses 4, 5. And though the call be repeated, and the Lord offers to conjoin Himself to them, and them to Himself, by love, and to endow them with all external and internal goods thence derived, yet they who are in mere natural loves, prefer their own natural good to spiritual good, and their own natural truth to spiritual truth.

Verse 6. And thus destroy in themselves all spiritual good and truth.

Verse 7. Whereby they plunge themselves into all kinds of evils and falsities, to the utter extinction of all spiritual life and doctrine.

Verses 8, 9, 10. Nevertheless, the Word, though rejected by some, is communicated to others who are in the falsities of ignorance, and they are thus called to conjunction of life with the Lord.

Verse 11. But of these, some admit only the science of truth in the understanding, without conjoining it with charity in the will, and thus have indeed a semblance of spiritual life, when yet it is merely natural.

Verses 12, 13. Therefore in the day of inquisition, they are found to be void of all truth, and are deprived of all knowledges derived from the Word, and consociated with those who are in falsities derived from evil.

Verse 14. For man is not saved by knowledge alone, but by a life according to knowledge, which is charity.

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Verse 18. But this they do without any regard to the regulation of the internal man.

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Verse 41, to the end of the chapter. And that for this purpose he should consider the quality of the. Lord's Divine Humanity, so as to discern, that although before glorification it was the Son of Mary, and of David, yet after glorification it ceased to be so, being then derived from the Father and one with the Father, and thus having Omnipotence and Omniscience.

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