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1 Levili bir adam kendi oymağından bir kızla evlendi.

2 Kadın gebe kaldı ve bir erkek çocuk doğurdu. Güzel bir çocuk olduğunu görünce, onu üç ay gizledi.

3 Daha fazla gizleyemeyeceğini anlayınca, hasır bir sepet alıp katran ve ziftle sıvadı. İçine çocuğu yerleştirip Nil kıyısındaki sazlığa bıraktı.

4 Çocuğun ablası kardeşine ne olacağını görmek için uzaktan gözlüyordu.

5 O sırada firavunun kızı yıkanmak için ırmağa indi. Hizmetçileri ırmak kıyısında yürüyorlardı. Sazların arasındaki sepeti görünce, firavunun kızı onu getirmesi için hizmetçisini gönderdi.

6 Sepeti açınca ağlayan çocuğu gördü. Ona acıyarak, ‹‹Bu bir İbrani çocuğu›› dedi.

7 Çocuğun ablası firavunun kızına, ‹‹Gidip bir İbrani sütnine çağırayım mı?›› diye sordu, ‹‹Senin için bebeği emzirsin.››

8 Firavunun kızı, ‹‹Olur›› diye yanıtladı. Kız gidip bebeğin annesini çağırdı.

9 Firavunun kızı kadına, ‹‹Bu bebeği al, benim için emzir, ücretin neyse veririm›› dedi. Kadın bebeği alıp emzirdi.

10 Çocuk büyüyünce, onu geri getirdi. Firavunun kızı çocuğu evlat edindi. ‹‹Onu sudan çıkardım›› diyerek adını Musa koydu. ‹‹Maşa›› sözcüğünü çağrıştırır.

11 Musa büyüdükten sonra bir gün soydaşlarının yanına gitti. Yaptıkları ağır işleri seyrederken bir Mısırlının bir İbraniyi dövdüğünü gördü.

12 Çevresine göz gezdirdi; kimse olmadığını anlayınca, Mısırlıyı öldürüp kuma gizledi.

13 Ertesi gün gittiğinde, iki İbraninin kavga ettiğini gördü. Haksız olana, ‹‹Niçin kardeşini dövüyorsun?›› diye sordu.

14 Adam, ‹‹Kim seni başımıza yönetici ve yargıç atadı?›› diye yanıtladı, ‹‹Mısırlıyı öldürdüğün gibi beni de mi öldürmek istiyorsun?›› O zaman Musa korkarak, ‹‹Bu iş ortaya çıkmış!›› diye düşündü.

15 Firavun olayı duyunca Musayı öldürtmek istedi. Ancak Musa ondan kaçıp Midyan yöresine gitti. Bir kuyunun başında otururken

16 Midyanlı bir kâhinin yedi kızı su çekmeye geldi. Babalarının sürüsünü suvarmak için yalakları dolduruyorlardı.

17 Ama bazı çobanlar gelip onları kovmak istedi. Musa kızların yardımına koşup hayvanlarını suvardı.

18 Sonra kızlar babaları Reuelin yanına döndüler. Reuel, ‹‹Nasıl oldu da bugün böyle tez geldiniz?›› diye sordu.

19 Kızlar, ‹‹Mısırlı bir adam bizi çobanların elinden kurtardı›› diye yanıtladılar, ‹‹Üstelik bizim için su çekip hayvanlara verdi.››

20 Babaları, ‹‹Nerede o?›› diye sordu, ‹‹Niçin adamı dışarıda bıraktınız? Gidin onu yemeğe çağırın.››

21 Musa Reuelin yanında kalmayı kabul etti. Reuel de kızı Sipporayı onunla evlendirdi.

22 Sippora bir erkek çocuk doğurdu. Musa, ‹‹Garibim bu yabancı ülkede›› diyerek çocuğa Gerşom adını verdi.

23 Aradan yıllar geçti, bu arada Mısır Kralı öldü. İsrailliler hâlâ kölelik altında inliyor, feryat ediyorlardı. Sonunda yakarışları Tanrıya erişti.

24 Tanrı iniltilerini duydu. İbrahim, İshak ve Yakupla yaptığı antlaşmayı anımsadı.

25 İsrailliler'e baktı ve onlara ilgi gösterdi.

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Arcana Coelestia 639, 2643, 6727


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Apocalypse Explained 746

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Arcana Coelestia # 6716

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6716. 'A man from the house of Levi went' means truth which has its origin in good. This is clear from the meaning of 'a man as truth, dealt with in 3134; from the meaning of being 'from the house' as the origin; and from the representation of 'Levi' as good. In the highest sense 'Levi' represents Divine Love, dealt with in 3875, and in the internal sense spiritual love, 3875, 4497, 4502, 4503; and since he represents love, he represents good, because all good comes from love. As regards truth which has its origin in good, meant here by 'a man from the house of Levi', it should be recognized that the verses which follow deal in the highest sense with the Lord, with the way in which His Human became the law of God, that is, real Truth. It is well known that the Lord was born like anyone else and that when He was a young child he learned to talk like any other young child, after which He grew in knowledge, and also in intelligence and wisdom.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 4502-4503)


[2] From this it is evident that His Human was not Divine when He was born but that He made it Divine by His own power. He made it Divine by His own power because He had been conceived from Jehovah, as a result of which the inmost core of His life was Jehovah Himself. For the inmost core of anyone's life, called the soul, is derived from the father, whereas that which clothes what is inmost, called the body, is derived from the mother. The inmost core of life derived from the father is constantly flowing into and having an effect on the external derived from the mother, endeavouring even in the womb to make it similar to itself. This may be recognized in the fact that children are born with their father's disposition, and sometimes grandchildren and great grandchildren with their grandfather's and great grandfather's disposition. The reason for this is that the soul, which is derived from the father, constantly wishes to make the external derived from the mother similar to itself and an image of itself.

[3] Seeing that this is what goes on with man, one may recognize that it was what went on especially with the Lord. The inmost part of Him was the Divine Itself because it was Jehovah Himself, for He was Jehovah's only-begotten Son. And since that inmost part was the Divine Itself, how, more so than with any man, could the Divine fail to make the external derived from the mother an image of itself, that is, similar to itself, so that the Human - the external, derived from the mother - would be made Divine? This He accomplished by His own power because the Divine, which was the Inmost by which He had an effect on His Human, was His in the same way as a person's soul, which is the inmost part of him, belongs to that person. And because the progress which the Lord made conformed to Divine order, He made His Human, while He was in the world, to be Divine Truth; but after that, when He was fully glorified, He made it to be Divine Good, and so one with Jehovah.

[4] How this was accomplished is what is described in the highest sense of the present chapter. But since the contents of the highest sense, which all have to do with the Lord, surpass human understanding, let what follows be an explanation of the things contained in the internal sense of the chapter. These have to do with the beginnings and the succeeding states of God's truth with a member of the Church, that is, with a person who is being regenerated, 6713, 6714. The reason why these are the things contained in the internal sense is that human regeneration is an image of the glorification of the Lord's Human, see 3138, 3212, 3245, 3246, 3296, 3490, 4402, 5688.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 3245-3246; Exodus 2:1)

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Arcana Coelestia 6717, 6744, 9199, 9315

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