Genesis 7

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1 At sinabi ng Panginoon kay Noe, Lumulan ka at ang iyong buong sangbahayan sa sasakyan; sapagka't ikaw ay aking nakitang matuwid sa harap ko sa panahong ito.

2 Sa bawa't malinis na hayop ay kukuha ka ng tigpipito, ng lalake at ng kaniyang babae; at sa mga hayop na hindi malinis ay dalawa, ng lalake at ng kaniyang babae;

3 Gayon din naman sa mga ibon sa himpapawid tigpipito, ng lalake at ng babae; upang ingatang binhing buhay sa ibabaw ng buong lupa.

4 Sapagka't pitong araw pa, at pauulanan ko na ang ibabaw ng lupa ng apat na pung araw at apat na pung gabi, at aking lilipulin ang lahat ng may buhay na aking nilikha sa balat ng lupa.

5 At ginawa ni Noe ayon sa lahat na iniutos sa kaniya ng Panginoon.

6 At may anim na raang taon si Noe nang ang baha ng tubig ay dumagsa sa ibabaw ng lupa.

7 At lumulan sa sasakyan si Noe at ang kaniyang mga anak, at ang kaniyang asawa, at ang mga asawa ng kaniyang mga anak, dahil sa tubig ng baha.

8 Sa mga hayop na malinis, at sa mga hayop na hindi malinis, at sa mga ibon at sa bawa't umuusad sa ibabaw ng lupa,

9 Ay dalawa't dalawang dumating kay Noe sa sasakyan, na lalake at babae ayon sa iniutos ng Dios kay Noe.

10 At nangyari na pagkaraan ng pitong araw, na ang tubig ng baha ay umapaw sa ibabaw ng lupa.

11 Sa ikaanim na raang taon ng buhay ni Noe, nang ikalawang buwan, sa ikalabing pitong araw ng buwan, nang araw ding yaon, ay nangasira ang lahat ng bukal ng lubhang kalaliman, at ang mga durungawan ng langit ay nabuksan.

12 At umulan sa ibabaw ng lupa ng apat na pung araw at apat na pung gabi.

13 Nang araw ding yaon, ay lumulan sa sasakyan si Noe, at si Sem, at si Cham, at si Japhet, na mga anak ni Noe, at ang asawa ni Noe, at ang tatlong asawa ng kaniyang mga anak na kasama nila;

14 Sila, at ang bawa't hayop gubat ayon sa kanikanilang uri, at lahat ng hayop na maamo ayon sa kanikanilang uri, at bawa't umuusad sa ibabaw ng lupa ayon sa kanikanilang uri, at bawa't ibon ayon sa kanikanilang uri, lahat ng sarisaring ibon.

15 At nagsidating kay Noe sa sasakyan na dalawa't dalawa, ang lahat ng hayop na may hinga ng buhay.

16 At ang mga nagsilulan, ay lumulang lalake at babae, ng lahat na laman, gaya ng iniutos sa kaniya ng Dios: at kinulong siya ng Panginoon.

17 At tumagal ang baha ng apat na pung araw sa ibabaw ng lupa; at lumaki ang tubig at lumutang ang sasakyan, at nataas sa ibabaw ng lupa.

18 At dumagsa ang tubig at lumaking mainam sa ibabaw ng lupa; at lumutang ang sasakyan sa ibabaw ng tubig.

19 At dumagsang lubha ang tubig sa ibabaw ng lupa: at inapawan ang lahat na mataas na bundok na nasa silong ng buong langit.

20 Labing limang siko ang lalim na idinagsa ng tubig; at inapawan ang mga bundok.

21 At namatay ang lahat ng lamang gumagalaw sa ibabaw ng lupa, ang mga ibon at gayon din ang hayop, at ang hayop gubat, at ang bawa't nagsisiusad na umuusad sa ibabaw ng lupa, at ang bawa't tao.

22 Ang bawa't may hinga ng diwa ng buhay sa kanilang ilong, lahat na nasa lupang tuyo ay namatay.

23 At nilipol ang bawa't may buhay na nasa ibabaw ng lupa, ang tao at gayon din ang hayop, at ang mga umuusad at ang mga ibon sa himpapawid; at sila'y nalipol sa lupa: at ang natira lamang, ay si Noe at ang mga kasama niya sa sasakyan.

24 At tumagal ang tubig sa ibabaw ng lupa, ng isang daan at limang pung araw.

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Exploring the Meaning of Genesis 7      

By Steve David

In Genesis 7:1-24, the literal text is the heart of the Noah and the Ark story. Noah and his family go into the ark, and bring animals with them, two by two. The flood comes, and the world is drowned, but the ark is safe, floating on the flood.

In the internal sense, the flood signifies the destruction of the "Most Ancient Church" - a stage in human development that was - at first - characterized by a simple monotheism, and an innocence, and a high degree of spiritual awareness. That's what Adam and Eve symbolize at first, but the stories of "the fall", and then Cain and Abel, and then their descendants, are the stories of the gradual but pervasive corruption of the spirituality of that time. A flood of water - representing a tide of evil and falsity - destroys that corrupted church, but the Lord preserves the remnants of good and truth that still exist (Noah, his family, and the selected animals), to provide for the beginning of a new church. That's what is meant by the ark and its preservation.


Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 701, 702, 703, 704, 706, 707, 708, ...

Sacred Scripture 103

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 408

True Christian Religion 279

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 470, 482, 565, 566, 661, 705, 747, ...

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 419, 538, 633, 644, 650

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Arcana Coelestia # 737

Arcana Coelestia (Elliott translation)      

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737. 'Noah was a son of six hundred years' means his initial state of temptation. This is clear from the fact from here down to Eber in Chapter 11 nothing else is meant by numbers, years of age, or names than real things, as was the case also with the ages and names of all those mentioned in Chapter 5. Here 'six hundred years' means the initial state of temptation. This becomes clear from its prime factors which are ten and six multiplied again by ten. When the same factors are involved it makes no difference whether the number arrived at is large or small. As for ten, this has been shown already at 6:3 to mean remnants, while the meaning of six here as labour and conflict is clear from places throughout the Word. For the situation is this: What has gone before dealt with man's preparation for temptation, that is to say, he was supplied by the Lord with truths of the understanding and with goods of the will. These truths and goods are remnants, but they are not brought forth so as to be acknowledged until man is being regenerated. In the case of those who are being regenerated by means of temptations the remnants existing with any man are for the angels present with him. From these remnants they draw out those things with which they protect him against the evil spirits who activate falsities with him and in this way attack him. It is because remnants are meant by 'ten' and conflict by 'six' that six hundred years are spoken of, a number in which ten and six are the prime factors and which means a state of temptation.

(Odkazy: Acts of the Apostles 5:19; Genesis 6:1, 6:3, Genesis 8:1, 9:1, 10:1)

[2] As regards conflict being the particular meaning of 'six', this is clear from Genesis 1, which describes the six days of man's regeneration prior to his becoming celestial. During those six days there was constant conflict, but on the seventh day came rest. Consequently there are six days of labour, and the seventh is the sabbath, a word which means rest. This also is why a Hebrew slave was to serve for six years and in the seventh was to go free, Exodus 21:2; Deuteronomy 15:12; Jeremiah 34:14, and why for six years they were to sow the land and gather in the produce, but in the seventh they were to leave it alone, Exodus 23:10-12. The same applied to a vineyard. It is also the reason why in the seventh year the land was to have a sabbath of rest, a sabbath to Jehovah, Leviticus 25:3-4. Because 'six' means labour and conflict it also means the dispersion of falsity, as in Ezekiel,

Behold, six men coming from the direction of the upper gate, which looks towards the north, every man with a weapon of dispersion in his hand. Ezekiel 9:2.

And in the same prophet, against Gog,

I will cause you to turn about, and I will split you into six, and cause you to come up from the uttermost parts of the north. Ezekiel 39:2.

Here 'six' and 'splitting into six' stand for dispersion, 'the north' for falsities, and 'Gog' for people who seize on doctrinal matters based on things of an external nature with which they destroy internal worship. From Job,

He will deliver you in six troubles, and in a seventh no evil will touch you. Job 5:19.

This stands for the conflict that constitutes temptations.

[3] 'Six' occurs in other parts of the Word where it does not mean labour, conflict, or the dispersion of falsity, but the holiness of faith. In these instances it is related to twelve, which means faith and all things of faith in their entirety, and to three which means that which is holy. Consequently there is also a genuine derivative meaning to the number six, as in Ezekiel 40:5, where the man's measuring rod with which he measured the holy city of Israel was six cubits long; and in other places. The reason for this derivative is that in the conflict of temptation the holiness of faith is present, and also that six days of labour and conflict look forward to the holy seventh day.

(Odkazy: Genesis 7:6)

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Arcana Coelestia 893, 1709, 1963, 2276, 3306, 4178, 5335, 8494, 8888, 8975, 9278, 9431

Thanks to the Swedenborg Society for the permission to use this translation.