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1 И сказал Господь Моисею: пойди к фараону и скажи ему: так говорит Господь, Бог Евреев: отпусти народ Мой, чтобы он совершил Мне служение;

2 ибо если ты не захочешь отпустить и еще будешь удерживать его,

3 то вот, рука Господня будет на скоте твоем, который в поле, на конях, на ослах, на верблюдах, на волах и овцах: будет моровая язва весьма тяжкая;

4 и разделит Господь между скотом Израильским и скотом Египетским, и из всего скота сынов Израилевых не умрет ничего.

5 И назначил Господь время, сказав: завтра сделает это Господь в земле сей.

6 И сделал это Господь на другой день, и вымер весь скот Египетский; из скота же сынов Израилевых не умерло ничего.

7 Фараон послал узнать , и вот, из скота Израилевых не умерло ничего. Но сердце фараоново ожесточилось, и он не отпустил народа.

8 И сказал Господь Моисею и Аарону: возьмите по полной горсти пепла из печи, и пусть бросит его Моисей к небу в глазах фараона;

9 и поднимется пыль по всей земле Египетской, и будет на людях и на скоте воспаление с нарывами, во всей земле Египетской.

10 Они взяли пепла из печи и предстали пред лице фараона. Моисей бросил его к небу, и сделалось воспаление с нарывами на людях и на скоте.

11 И не могли волхвы устоять пред Моисеем по причине воспаления,потому что воспаление было на волхвах и на всех Египтянах.

12 Но Господь ожесточил сердце фараона, и он не послушал их, как и говорил Господь Моисею.

13 И сказал Господь Моисею: завтра встань рано и явись пред лице фараона, и скажи ему: так говорит Господь, Бог Евреев: отпусти народ Мой, чтобы он совершил Мне служение;

14 ибо в этот раз Я пошлю все язвы Мои в сердце твое, и на рабов твоих, и на народ твой,дабы ты узнал, что нет подобного Мне на всей земле;

15 так как Я простер руку Мою, то поразил бы тебя и народ твой язвою, и ты истреблен был бы с земли:

16 но для того Я сохранил тебя, чтобы показать на тебе силу Мою, и чтобы возвещено было имя Мое по всей земле;

17 ты еще противостоишь народу Моему, чтобы не отпускать его, –

18 вот, Я пошлю завтра, в это самое время, град весьма сильный, которому подобного небыло в Египте со дня основания его доныне;

19 итак пошли собрать стада твои и все, что есть у тебя в поле: на всех людей и скот, которые останутся в поле и не соберутся в домы, падет град, и они умрут.

20 Те из рабов фараоновых, которые убоялись слова Господня, поспешнособрали рабов своих и стада свои в домы;

21 а кто не обратил сердца своего к слову Господню, тот оставил рабов своих и стада свои в поле.

22 И сказал Господь Моисею: простри руку твою к небу, и падет град на всю землю Египетскую, на людей, на скот и на всю траву полевую в земле Египетской.

23 И простер Моисей жезл свой к небу, и Господь произвел гром и град, и огонь разливался по земле; и послал Господь град на землю Египетскую;

24 и был град и огонь между градом, град весьма сильный,какого не было во всей земле Египетской со времени населения ее.

25 И побил град по всей земле Египетской все, что было в поле, от человека до скота, и всю траву полевую побил град, и все деревья в поле поломал;

26 только в земле Гесем, где жили сыны Израилевы, не было града.

27 И послал фараон, и призвал Моисея и Аарона, и сказал им: на этот раз я согрешил; Господь праведен, а я и народ мой виновны;

28 помолитесь Господу: пусть перестанут громы Божии и град; и отпущувас и не буду более удерживать.

29 Моисей сказал ему: как скоро я выйду из города, простру руки мои к Господу; громы перестанут, и града более не будет, дабы ты узнал, что Господня земля;

30 но я знаю, что ты и рабы твои еще не убоитесь Господа Бога.

31 Лен и ячмень были побиты, потому что ячмень выколосился, а лен осеменился;

32 а пшеница и полба не побиты, потому что они были поздние.

33 И вышел Моисей от фараона из города и простер руки свои к Господу, и прекратились гром и град, и дождь перестал литься на землю.

34 И увидел фараон, что перестал дождь и град и гром, и продолжал грешить, и отягчил сердце свое сам и рабы его.

35 И ожесточилось сердце фараона, и он не отпустил сынов Израилевых, как и говорил Господь чрез Моисея.

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Arcana Coelestia 878, 1343, 1703, 2445, 3048, 4876, 4936, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 399, 401, 485, 657, 678

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13 И сказал Давид Нафану: согрешил я пред Господом. И сказал Нафан Давиду: и Господь снял с тебя грех твой; ты не умрешь;

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Arcana Coelestia # 7523

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7523. 'And there will be on man and on beast' means the products of interior and exterior evil. This is clear from the meaning of 'man' as the affection for good, and in the contrary sense as the desire for evil; and 'beast' is similar in meaning. But when 'man' and 'beast' are mentioned together, 'man means interior affection or desire and 'beast' exterior; regarding both, see 7424. Interior good or else interior evil, which is meant by 'man', is that connected with intentions or ends in view, for intentions or ends in view are at a person's core, whereas exterior good or else exterior evil, which is meant by 'beast', is that connected with thought and consequently, if nothing stands in the way, with action. Exterior good is meant by 'beast' because a person is in respect of his external or natural man no different from a beast; for he is endowed with similar desires and also cravings, as well as appetites and senses. And interior good is meant by 'man because it is in respect of his internal or spiritual man that a person is a human being, on which internal level he is endowed with affections for what is good and true such as exist with the angels in heaven, and because he controls his natural or animal man, which is 'a beast', by means of that internal man. Regarding the meaning of 'beast' as the affection for good and in the contrary sense the desire for evil, see 45, 46, 142, 143, 246, 714, 715, 719, 776, 2179, 2180, 3218, 3519, 5198.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 45-46, 142-143, 714-715, 2179-2180)


[2] These things are what are meant by 'man and beast' in the following places too: In Jeremiah,

My anger and My wrath have been poured out on this place, on man and on beast. Jeremiah 7:20

In the same prophet,

I will strike the inhabitants of this city, both man and beast; they will die of a great pestilence. Jeremiah 21:6.

In the same prophet,

It will make her land a desolation, so that none may dwell in it; both man and beast have scattered themselves, they have gone away. Jeremiah 50:3.

In Ezekiel,

When a land has sinned against Me by committing great transgression, I will cut off from it man and beast. Ezekiel 14:13, 19, 21.

In the same prophet,

I will stretch out My hand over Edom, and cut off from it man and beast, and make it a waste. Ezekiel 25:13.

In Zephaniah,

I will consume man and beast, I will consume the birds of the air and the fish of the sea, and the stumbling-blocks with the wicked; and I will cut off man from the surface of the earth. Zephaniah 1:3.

[3] 'Man and beast' stands for interior and exterior good in the following places: In Jeremiah,

I have made the earth, man and beast, by My great strength. Jeremiah 27:5.

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 31:17.

In the same prophet,

A desolation will the earth be, so that man and beast are not there. Jeremiah 32:43.

In the same prophet,

In the cities of Judah, and in the streets of Jerusalem, that have been devastated, there is no man and inhabitant, and there is no beast. Jeremiah 33:10; 51:62.

In David,

Your righteousness is like the mountains of God, Your judgements a great deep; You preserve man and beast, O Jehovah. Psalms 36:6.

It was because 'man and beast' meant such things that the firstborn of the Egyptians died, not only of men but also of beasts, Exodus 12:29, and that the firstborn were consecrated [to Jehovah], not only of men but also of beasts, Numbers 18:15, and also that the king of Nineveh, following sacred religious practice, commanded that not only man but also beast should fast and also be clothed in sackcloth, Jonah 3:7-8.

(Odkazy: Exodus 9:9; Jeremiah 31:27)

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Arcana Coelestia 7529, 7558, 7570, 7582, 7872, 8045, 8087, 8801, 8890, 9007, 9090, 9140, 9162, 9190, 9348, 9553, 10042, 10249


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