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Genesis 38

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1 At nangyari nang panahong yaon, na humiwalay si Juda sa kaniyang mga kapatid, at nagdaan sa isang Adullamita na ang pangalan ay Hira.

2 At nakita roon ni Juda ang anak na babae ng isang Cananeo, na tinatawag na Sua; at kinuha niya at kaniyang sinipingan.

3 At naglihi, at nanganak ng lalake; at tinawag niya ang kaniyang pangalang Er.

4 At naglihi uli, at nanganak ng lalake; at tinawag niya ang kaniyang pangalang Onan.

5 At muling naglihi at nanganak ng lalake; at tinawag niya ang kaniyang pangalang Selah: at si Juda ay nasa sa Chezib nang siya'y manganak.

6 At pinapag-asawa ni Juda si Er na kaniyang panganay, at ang pangalan niyao'y Thamar.

7 At si Er, na panganay ni Juda, ay naging masama sa paningin ng Panginoon; at siya'y pinatay ng Panginoon.

8 At sinabi ni Juda kay Onan, Sumiping ka sa asawa ng iyong kapatid, at tuparin mo sa kaniya ang tungkulin ng kapatid ng asawa, at ipagbangon mo ng binhi ang iyong kapatid.

9 At nalalaman ni Onan na hindi magiging kaniya ang binhi; at nangyari, na pagka sisiping siya sa asawa ng kaniyang kapatid, ay pinatutulo niya sa lupa, nang huwag lamang niyang bigyan ng binhi ang kaniyang kapatid.

10 At ang bagay na ginawa niya ay masama sa paningin ng Panginoon, at siya'y pinatay rin naman.

11 Nang magkagayo'y sinabi ni Juda kay Thamar na kaniyang manugang na babae: Manatili kang bao sa bahay ng iyong ama, hanggang sa lumaki si Selah na aking anak: sapagka't sinabi niya, Marahil ay hindi siya mamamatay ng gaya ng kaniyang mga kapatid. At yumaon si Thamar at tumahan sa bahay ng kaniyang ama.

12 At nagdaan ang maraming araw; at namatay ang anak na babae ni Sua, na asawa ni Juda; at nagaliw si Juda, at umahon sa Timnath sa mga manggugupit sa kaniyang mga tupa, siya at ang kaniyang kaibigang si Hira na Adullamita.

13 At naibalita kay Thamar, na sinasabi, Narito, ang iyong biyanang lalake ay umaahon sa Timnath upang pagupitan ang kaniyang mga tupa.

14 At siya'y nagalis ng suot pagkabao, at nagtakip ng kaniyang lambong, at pagkapagtakip ay naupo sa pasukan ng Enaim, na nasa daan ng Timnath; sapagka't kaniyang nakikita, na si Selah ay malaki na, at hindi pa siya ibinibigay na asawa.

15 Nang makita siya ni Juda ay ipinalagay siyang patutot, sapagka't siya'y nagtakip ng kaniyang mukha.

16 At lumapit sa kaniya, sa tabi ng daan, at sinabi, Narito nga, ipinamamanhik ko sa iyo na ako'y pasipingin mo sa iyo: sapagka't hindi niya nakilalang kaniyang manugang. At kaniyang sinabi, Anong ibibigay mo sa akin sa iyong pagsiping sa akin?

17 At kaniyang sinabi, Padadalhan kita ng isang anak ng kambing na mula sa kawan. At kaniyang sinabi, Bibigyan mo ba ako ng sangla hanggang sa maipadala mo?

18 At kaniyang sinabi, Anong sangla ang ibibigay ko sa iyo? At kaniyang sinabi, Ang iyong singsing, at ang iyong pamigkis, at ang tungkod na dala mo sa kamay. At kaniyang ipinagbibigay sa kaniya, at sumiping sa kaniya; at siya'y naglihi sa pamamagitan niya.

19 At siya'y bumangon, at yumaon, at siya'y nagalis ng kaniyang lambong, at isinuot ang mga kasuutan ng kaniyang pagkabao.

20 At ipinadala ni Juda ang anak ng kambing sa pamamagitan ng kamay ng kaniyang kaibigan, na Adullamita, upang tanggapin ang sangla sa kamay ng babae: datapuwa't hindi niya nasumpungan.

21 Nang magkagayo'y kaniyang itinanong sa mga tao sa dakong yaon na sinasabi, Saan nandoon ang patutot na nasa tabi ng daan sa Enaim? At kanilang sinabi, Walang naparitong sinomang patutot.

22 At nagbalik siya kay Juda, at sinabi, Hindi ko nasumpungan: at sinabi rin naman ng mga tao sa dakong yaon, Walang naging patutot rito.

23 At sinabi ni Juda, Pabayaang ariin niya, baka tayo'y mapahiya: narito, aking ipinadala itong anak ng kambing at hindi mo siya nasumpungan.

24 At nangyari, na pagkaraan ng tatlong buwan, humigit kumulang, ay naibalita kay Juda, na sinasabi, Ang iyong manugang na si Thamar ay nagpatutot; at, narito, siya'y buntis sa pakikiapid. At sinabi ni Juda, Siya'y ilabas upang sunugin.

25 Nang siya'y ilabas, ay nagpasabi siya sa kaniyang biyanan. Sa lalaking may-ari ng mga ito, ay nagdalangtao ako: at kaniyang sinabi pang, Ipinamamanhik ko sa iyo, na kilalanin mo kung kanino ang mga ito, ang singsing, ang pamigkis, at ang tungkod.

26 At nangakilala ni Juda, at sinabi, Siya'y matuwid kay sa akin; sapagka't hindi ko ibinigay sa kaniya si Selah na aking anak. At hindi na niya muling sinipingan pa.

27 At nangyari, na sa pagdaramdam niya, na, narito, kambal ang nasa kaniyang tiyan.

28 At nangyari, nang nanganganak siya, na inilabas ng isa ang kamay: at hinawakan ng hilot at tinalian sa kamay ng isang sinulid na mapula, na sinasabi, Ito ang unang lumabas.

29 At nangyari, na pagkaurong ng kaniyang kamay, na, narito, ang kaniyang kapatid ang lumabas. At kaniyang sinabi, Bakit nagpumiglas ka? kaya't tinawag ang pangalan niyang Phares.

30 At pagkatapos ay lumabas ang kaniyang kapatid, na siyang may sinulid na mapula sa kamay: at tinawag na Zara ang kaniyang pangalan.

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Arcana Coelestia 4811, 4812, 4813, 4814, 4815, 4816, 4817, ...

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4876. 'And your rod which is in your hand' means through the power of this, that is, of this truth. This is clear from the meaning of 'a rod' as power, dealt with below; and from the meaning of 'the hand' too as power, dealt with in 876, 3091, 3387, 3563. The phrase 'which is in your hand' is used because the power of that truth, namely lowest truth, is meant, like that present with the semblance of religion among the Jewish nation, meant here by 'Judah'. Regarding the attribution of power to truth, see 3091, 3563. Frequent mention is made in the Word of 'a rod', yet surprisingly few at the present day know that something in the spiritual world was represented by it, as for instance when Moses was commanded, every time a miracle was performed, to lift up his rod and so it was accomplished. The existence of such knowledge even among gentiles may be recognized from their myths in which rods are assigned to magicians. The reason 'a rod' means power is that it is a support, for it gives support to the hand and arm, and through these to the whole body. This being so, a rod takes on the meaning of the part to which it immediately gives support, namely that of the hand and the arm, both of which mean in the Word the power of truth. Also, the hand and arm correspond to that power in the Grand Man, as will be seen at the ends of chapters.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 878)


[2] That 'a rod' represented power is evident, as has been stated, from what is recorded about Moses,

He was commanded to take a rod and use it to perform miracles; so he took the rod of God in his hand. Exodus 4:17, 20.

When the waters in Egypt were struck with the rod, they turned to blood.

Exodus 7:15, 19.

When the rod was stretched out over the streams, frogs came forth. Exodus 8:5-15.

When the dust was struck by the use of the rod, it turned into lice. Exodus 8:16-20.

When the rod was stretched out towards heaven, hail fell. Exodus 9:23.

When the rod was stretched out over the earth, locusts came forth. Exodus 10:3-21.

Since 'the hand', which means power, comes first, while 'a rod' is merely its instrument, the following references to 'the hand' also occur:

The miracles happened when Moses' hand was stretched out. Exodus 10:12-13. When he stretched out his hand towards heaven, thick darkness came over the land of Egypt. Exodus 10:21-22. When he stretched out his hand over the Sea Suph, an east wind made the sea dry land; and when again he stretched out his hand, the waters returned. Exodus 14:21, 26-27.

(Odkazy: Exodus 7:19-20, 8:1-11, 8:5-20, Exodus 10:3-20)


[3] Reference is in addition made to the rod being used to strike the rock at Horeb, after which water flowed out, Exodus 17:5-6; Numbers 20:7-10. Also, when Joshua was about to fight against Amalek,

Moses said to Joshua, Choose men for us, and go out, fight with Amalek; tomorrow I will stand on the top of the hill, with God's rod in my hand. And it happened, that when Moses lifted up his hand, Israel prevailed, and when he let down his hand Amalek prevailed. Exodus 17:9-11.

From these references it is quite plain that 'a rod', like the hand, represented power, and in the highest sense the Lord's Divine almighty power. It is also evident that at that time representatives constituted the external features of the Church, and that its internal features - which were spiritual and celestial realities such as exist in heaven - corresponded to those external ones, which owed their efficacy to that correspondence. From this it is also evident how crazy those people are who believe that power had been infused into and therefore dwelt in Moses' rod or hand.

(Odkazy: Exodus 17:9, 17:11; Numbers 20:7-11)


[4] The meaning in the spiritual sense of 'a rod' as power is also evident from many places in the Prophets, as in Isaiah,

Behold, the Lord Jehovah Zebaoth is taking away from Jerusalem rod and stay, the whole rod of bread, and the whole rod of water. Isaiah 3:1.

'The rod of bread' stands for the support and power provided by the good of love, 'the rod of water' for the support and power provided by the truth of faith. For 'bread' means the good of love, see 276, 680, 2165, 2177, 3464, 3478, 3735, 3813, 4211, 4217, 4735; and 'water' the truth of faith' 28, 680, 739, 2702, 3058, 3424. 'The rod of bread' is used with a similar meaning in Ezekiel 4:16; 5:16; 14:13; Psalms 105:16.

[5] In addition to this, in Isaiah,

The Lord, Jehovih Zebaoth, said, Do not be afraid - O My people, inhabitant of Zion - of Asshur, who will smite you with a stick and will lift up the rod over you in the way of Egypt. Jehovah will lift up the scourge against him, as when Midian was smitten in the rock of Oreb, and his rod will be over the sea, which he will lift up in the way of Egypt. Isaiah 10:24, 26.

Here 'the rod' stands for power provided by reasoning and knowledge, like that which those people possess who, with ideas based on factual knowledge, reason against the truths of faith and pervert these or else treat them as worthless. This is what is meant by 'the stick with which Asshur will smite' and by 'the rod which he will lift up in the way of Egypt'. For 'Asshur' means reasoning, see 1186, and 'Egypt' knowledge, 1164, 1165, 1186, 1462.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1164-1165)


[6] Similarly in Zechariah,

The pride of Asshur will be thrown down, and the rod of Egypt will depart. Zechariah 10:11.

In Isaiah,

You relied on the rod of a bruised reed, on Egypt, which, when anyone leans on it, goes into his hand and pierces it. Isaiah 36:6.

'Egypt' stands for factual knowledge, as above; and power in spiritual things which is received from that knowledge is meant by 'the rod of a bruised reed'. By 'the hand which it enters and pierces' is meant power received from the Word. In the same prophet,

Jehovah has broken the rod of the wicked, the stick of those who have dominion. Isaiah 14:5

'The rod' and 'the stick' plainly stand for power.

[7] In Jeremiah,

Grieve, all regions surrounding Moab; say, How is the rod of strength, the rod of beauty, broken! Jeremiah 48:17.

'The rod of strength' stands for power received from good, and 'the rod of beauty' for power received from truth.

[8] In Hosea,

My people enquire of their piece of wood, and their rod gives them a reply, for the spirit of whoredom has led them astray. Hosea 4:12.

'Inquiring of a piece of wood' stands for consulting evils, 'the rod gives reply' for the fact that falsity results from these, its power being derived from the evil to which they give support. 'The spirit of whoredom' stands for the life of falsity resulting from evil. In David,

Even when I walk in the valley of the shadow I will fear no evil; for You are with me; Your stick and Your rod comfort me. Psalms 23:4.

'Your stick and your rod' stands for Divine truth and good, which have power. In the same author,

The rod of the wicked will not rest on the lot of the righteous. Psalms 125:3.

[9] In the same author,

You will break them in pieces with a stick of iron, you will dash them in pieces like a potter's vessel. Psalms 2:9.

'A stick of iron' stands for the power of spiritual truth within the natural, for all natural truth that has spiritual truth present within it possesses power. 'Iron' means natural truth, 425, 426. Similarly in John,

He who overcomes, and keeps My works until the end, to him I will give power over the nations to rule 1 them untie a stick of iron as when earthen pots are broken in pieces. Revelation 2:26-27. (Also Revelation 12:5; 19:15.)

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 425-426)


[10] Because 'a rod' represented the power of truth, that is, the power of good expressed by means of truth, kings therefore had sceptres; and those sceptres were shaped like short rods. For kings represent the Lord as regards truth, while kingship itself means Divine Truth, 1672, 1728, 2015, 2069, 3670, 4581. The sceptre means the power which is theirs not by virtue of their high position but of truth which must reign. Nor must this be any other kind of truth than that which is grounded in good, and so is primarily Divine Truth, and among Christians is the Lord, the source of all Divine Truth.

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Footnotes:

1. literally, pasture

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(Odkazy: Exodus 8:5-20, Exodus 10:3-22; Genesis 38:18)

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Arcana Coelestia 4936, 6371, 6947, 7011, 7026, 7292, 7309, 7417, 8182, 8579, 8599, 8904, 9028, 9034, 9141, 9643, 9942

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 121


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Apocalypse Explained 31, 176, 433


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