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Exodo 17

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1 At ang buong kapisanan ng mga anak ni Israel ay naglakbay mula sa ilang ng Sin, sa kanilang paglalakbay ayon sa utos ng Panginoon, at humantong sa Rephidim: at walang tubig na mainom ang bayan.

2 Kaya't ang bayan ay nakipagtalo kay Moises, at nagsabi, Bigyan mo kami ng tubig na aming mainom. At sinabi ni Moises sa kanila, Bakit kayo nakikipagtalo sa akin? bakit ninyo tinutukso ang Panginoon?

3 At ang bayan ay nauhaw at inupasala ng bayan si Moises, at sinabi, Bakit mo kami isinampa rito mula sa Egipto, upang patayin mo kami sa uhaw, at ang aming mga anak, at ang aming kawan?

4 At si Moises ay dumaing sa Panginoon, na nagsasabi, Anong aking gagawin sa bayang ito? kulang na lamang batuhin nila ako.

5 At sinabi ng Panginoon kay Moises, Dumaan ka sa harap ng bayan, at ipagsama mo ang mga matanda sa Israel; at ang iyong tungkod na iyong ipinalo sa ilog, ay tangnan mo sa iyong kamay, at yumaon ka.

6 Narito, ako'y tatayo sa harap mo roon sa ibabaw ng bato sa Horeb; at iyong papaluin ang bato, at lalabasan ng tubig, upang ang bayan ay makainom. At gayon ginawa ni Moises sa paningin ng mga matanda sa Israel.

7 At tinawag nila ang pangalan ng dakong yaon, na Massah at Meribah, dahil sa pakikipagtalo ng mga anak ni Israel, at dahil sa kanilang tinukso ang Panginoon, na kanilang sinasabi, Ang Panginoon ba'y nasa gitna natin o wala?

8 Nang magkagayo'y dumating si Amalec, at nakipaglaban sa Israel sa Rephidim.

9 At sinabi ni Moises kay Josue, Ipili mo tayo ng mga lalake, at ikaw ay lumabas, lumaban ka kay Amalec; bukas ay tatayo ako sa taluktok ng burol, na aking tangan ang tungkod ng Dios sa aking kamay.

10 Gayon ginawa ni Josue, gaya ng sinabi ni Moises sa kaniya, at lumaban kay Amalec: at si Moises, si Aaron at si Hur ay sumampa sa taluktok ng burol.

11 At nangyari, pagka itinataas ni Moises ang kaniyang kamay, ay nananaig ang Israel: at pagka kaniyang ibinababa ang kaniyang kamay, ay nananaig si Amalec.

12 Datapuwa't ang mga kamay ni Moises ay nangalay; at sila'y kumuha ng isang bato, at inilagay sa ibaba, at kaniyang inupuan; at inalalayan ni Aaron at ni Hur ang kaniyang mga kamay, ang isa'y sa isang dako, at ang isa'y sa kabilang dako; at ang kaniyang mga kamay ay nalagi sa itaas hanggang sa paglubog ng araw.

13 At nilito ni Josue si Amalec, at ang kaniyang bayan, sa pamamagitan ng talim ng tabak.

14 At sinabi ng Panginoon kay Moises, Isulat mo ito na pinakaalaala sa isang aklat, at ipagbigay alam mo kay Josue na aking ipalilimot ang pagalaala kay Amalec sa silong ng langit.

15 At nagtayo si Moises ng isang dambana, at pinanganlang Jehovanissi.

16 At kaniyang sinabi, Isinumpa ng Panginoon: ang Panginoon ay makikipagdigma kay Amalec sa buong panahon ng lahi nito.

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Arcana Coelestia # 8626

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8626. 'The war of Jehovah will be against Amalek from generation to generation' means that by the Lord's Divine power they have been subjugated and cast into hell, out of which they can never rise up. This is clear from the meaning of 'the war of Jehovah' as being cast into hell; and from the meaning of 'from generation to generation' as everlastingly, so that they can never rise up out of it. This is done to them by the Lord's Divine power, see immediately above in 8625 (end). The reason why 'the war of Jehovah' means being cast into hell is that the war of Jehovah is everlasting victory. Hellish genii are completely incapable of waging war and fighting against Jehovah, that is, the Lord. But it seems to them that they fight; indeed it also seems to them sometimes that they are victorious, when they subdue those immersed in evil. Nevertheless they have no power whatever against the Divine; the smallest amount of Divine power is enough, every time it is called on, to tame instantly the entire devil's crew, even if it consisted of millions. However He allows them the opportunity to act, just so far as their activity may serve a useful purpose and the Lord can turn their evil into good, a subject which in the Lord's Divine mercy will be dealt with elsewhere. 1 All this goes some way to prove that 'the war of Jehovah will be against Amalek from generation to generation' means being subjugated by the Lord's Divine power and cast into hell, from where they can never rise up.

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1. This proposal was not fulfilled, but presumably the material mentioned here concerning the hells appeared in the work published a few years later, in 1758, whose English title is Heaven and Hell.

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(Odkazy: Exodus 17:16)

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