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Luke 24:13-35 : La route d'Emmaüs

        

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13 And, behold, two of them went that same day to a village called Emmaus, which was from Jerusalem about threescore furlongs.

14 And they talked together of all these things which had happened.

15 And it came to pass, that, while they communed together and reasoned, Jesus himself drew near, and went with them.

16 But their eyes were holden that they should not know him.

17 And he said unto them, What manner of communications are these that ye have one to another, as ye walk, and are sad?

18 And the one of them, whose name was Cleopas, answering said unto him, Art thou only a stranger in Jerusalem, and hast not known the things which are come to pass therein these days?

19 And he said unto them, What things? And they said unto him, Concerning Jesus of Nazareth, which was a prophet mighty in deed and word before God and all the people:

20 And how the chief priests and our rulers delivered him to be condemned to death, and have crucified him.

21 But we trusted that it had been he which should have redeemed Israel: and beside all this, to day is the third day since these things were done.

22 Yea, and certain women also of our company made us astonished, which were early at the sepulchre;

23 And when they found not his body, they came, saying, that they had also seen a vision of angels, which said that he was alive.

24 And certain of them which were with us went to the sepulchre, and found it even so as the women had said: but him they saw not.

25 Then he said unto them, O fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken:

26 Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and to enter into his glory?

27 And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, he expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.

28 And they drew nigh unto the village, whither they went: and he made as though he would have gone further.

29 But they constrained him, saying, Abide with us: for it is toward evening, and the day is far spent. And he went in to tarry with them.

30 And it came to pass, as he sat at meat with them, he took bread, and blessed it, and brake, and gave to them.

31 And their eyes were opened, and they knew him; and he vanished out of their sight.

32 And they said one to another, Did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us by the way, and while he opened to us the scriptures?

33 And they rose up the same hour, and returned to Jerusalem, and found the eleven gathered together, and them that were with them,

34 Saying, The Lord is risen indeed, and hath appeared to Simon.

35 And they told what things were done in the way, and how he was known of them in breaking of bread.

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Sens des mots de la Bible

furlongs
Furlongs signify progressions in a series according to thoughts proceeding from affection. Furlongs, being measured ways, signify leading truths.

came to pass
The phrase “it came to pass,” often also translated as “it happened,” generally indicates the end of one spiritual state and the beginning of a...

said
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What...

walk
To walk in the Bible represents living, and usually means living according to the true things taught to us by the Lord -- to "walk...

answering
To "answer" generally indicates a state of spiritual receptivity. Ultimately this means being receptive to the Lord, who is constantly trying to pour true ideas...

mighty
'Might' denotes the forces or power of truth.

word
'Sayings' denotes persuasion. 'Sayings,' when related to Jehovah, signify informing or instructing.

chief priests
'The chief priests and scribes,' as in Matthew 20:18, signify the adulterations of good and the falsifications of truth.

third
The Writings talk about many aspects of life using the philosophical terms "end," "cause" and "effect." The "end" is someone’s goal or purpose, the ultimate...

us
Angels do give us guidance, but they are mere helpers; the Lord alone governs us, through angels and spirits. Since angels have their assisting role,...

body
The body (Matt. 6:22), signifies the man (homo). "His body shall not remain all night upon the tree" (Deut. 21:23), signifies lest it should be...

seen
The symbolic meaning of "seeing" is "understanding," which is obvious enough that it has become part of common language (think about it; you might see...

angels
"Angels" in the Bible represent qualities of the Lord himself, or a variety of things that come directly from the Lord. On a lower level...

saw
The symbolic meaning of "seeing" is "understanding," which is obvious enough that it has become part of common language (think about it; you might see...

believe
The meaning of "believe" in the Bible is pretty straightforward, but runs deeper than what appears on the surface. When in the Old Testament people...

spoken
Like "say," the word "speak" refers to thoughts and feelings moving from our more internal spiritual levels to our more external ones – and ultimately...

christ
Christ is one of the names of the Lord. It derives from Greek, and means "the anointed one," a King or Messiah. Christ as King...

enter
All changes of place in the Bible represent changes in spiritual state. “Entering” – usually used as entering someone’s house or “going in unto” someone...

glory
Blessing, and glory, and wisdom, and thanksgiving (Rev. 7.) signify divine spiritual things of the Lord.

moses
Moses's name appears 814 times in the Bible (KJV), third-most of any one character (Jesus at 961 actually trails David at 991). He himself wrote...

sat
If you think about sitting, it seems fair to say that where you're sitting is more important than that you're sitting. Sitting in a movie...

bread
The idea of a “loaf” in the Bible is very closely tied to the idea of “bread,” and is often used to mean bread: Jesus...

opened
To open,' as in Revelation 9, signifies communication and conjunction.

sight
The symbolic meaning of "seeing" is "understanding," which is obvious enough that it has become part of common language (think about it; you might see...

talked
Like "say," the word "speak" refers to thoughts and feelings moving from our more internal spiritual levels to our more external ones – and ultimately...

way
In John 14:6, 'the way is doctrine,' 'the truth' is every thing pertaining to doctrine, and 'the life' is the essential good which is the...

rose
It is common in the Bible for people to "rise up," and it would be easy to pass over the phrase as simply describing a...

rose up
It is common in the Bible for people to "rise up," and it would be easy to pass over the phrase as simply describing a...

hour
The Writings tell us that time and space are aspects of the physical world, but do not exist as we know them in the spiritual...

risen
It is common in the Bible for people to "rise up," and it would be easy to pass over the phrase as simply describing a...

simon
'Simon, son of Jonah,' as in John 21:15, signifies faith from charity. 'Simon' signifies worship and obedience, and 'Jonah,' a dove, which also signifies charity.

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Commentaire

 

Sur la route d'Emmaüs      

Par Joe David (machine translated into français)

Lelio Orsi's painting, Camino de Emaús, is in the National Gallery in London, England.

Il y a quelque chose dans chaque Evangile à propos d'une apparition de Jésus à ses disciples après le dimanche matin où ils ont trouvé le sépulcre vide. Par exemple, voir Matthieu 28:16-20; Marc 16:14-19; Luc 24:13-33; Jean 20:19-31et Jean 21.

Dans Luc, il y a l'histoire de deux disciples marchant de Jérusalem au village d'Emmaüs, une marche d'environ sept miles. Peu après leur départ de la ville, ils sont abordés par un autre voyageur qui a remarqué leurs visages troublés et leurs propos sérieux et leur demande ce qui les trouble. Marchant ensemble, ils demandent à l'étranger : "N'avez-vous pas entendu parler des troubles à Jérusalem, comment le prophète de Galilée, dont nous espérions qu'il serait celui qui sauverait Israël, a été livré pour être crucifié ? Et, chose étrange à dire, quand certaines des femmes sont allées le troisième jour pour oindre son corps, elles ont vu des anges qui leur ont dit qu'il n'était pas là mais qu'il était ressuscité d'entre les morts".

En entendant cela, le voyageur les réprimande pour ne pas avoir cru, et dit : "Ne voyez-vous pas que le Christ a dû souffrir ces choses et entrer dans sa gloire ? L'étranger raconte alors aux deux disciples beaucoup de choses concernant Jésus, à partir des livres de Moïse, et des prophètes, dans l'Ancien Testament. Les deux disciples écoutent avec admiration, mais ne reconnaissent pas l'étranger. Ils arrivent enfin à Emmaüs. L'étranger semble vouloir continuer quand les deux s'arrêtent, mais ils le supplient de s'arrêter aussi, parce qu'il se fait tard et qu'ils veulent en entendre davantage. Ils s'assoient donc tous ensemble pour partager le repas du soir, et lorsque l'étranger prend le pain, le casse et leur en donne des morceaux, leurs yeux s'ouvrent et ils le reconnaissent, et il disparaît.

On peut imaginer la stupéfaction qui s'est emparée d'eux deux lorsqu'ils ont réalisé que c'était Jésus. Ils savaient qu'il avait été crucifié, et pourtant il avait marché et parlé avec eux pendant plusieurs heures. Les femmes avaient raison ! Les anges avaient raison ! Il était vivant !

La Nouvelle Église croit qu'il y a des significations internes à toutes les histoires de la Parole du Seigneur, les écritures sacrées, et que cette signification interne, dans les histoires littérales d'Abraham, Isaac et Jacob, Josué, Samuel, David et les autres, et toutes les paroles des prophètes d'Ésaïe à Malachie, et les quatre évangiles... c'est cette signification qui rend la Parole sainte.

Que peut-on voir ici dans cette histoire ? Eh bien, cette signification interne dans "Moïse et les prophètes" est l'histoire de la vie de Jésus dans le monde, depuis sa naissance à Bethléem à travers toutes ses années de croissance jusqu'à sa "mort" puis sa résurrection. Parce que Jésus le savait, et qu'il avait certainement lu les Écritures et les comprenait intérieurement, il savait depuis longtemps comment sa vie terrestre allait se terminer, et qu'il était nécessaire qu'elle se termine comme cela avait été "écrit", afin de sauver la race humaine. Il a donc raconté cette histoire aux deux disciples alors qu'ils marchaient vers Emmaüs.

En savoir plus sur cette promenade... Dans le Monde, toute mention de la marche se réfère en réalité à la façon dont nous vivons notre vie au jour le jour. Dans de nombreux récits de la Parole, il est dit que quelqu'un a marché avec Dieu. Il est dit que nous devrions marcher dans Ses voies et que nous devrions suivre le chemin droit et étroit.

Dans cette histoire, on nous dit aussi qu'il s'agissait d'un voyage de soixante stades (en grec original). Soixante (ou d'autres multiples de "six") représente le travail de toute une vie pour rejeter les tentations qui viennent de notre égoïsme inné. L'Apocalypse Expliquée 648. Ainsi, ce voyage à Emmaüs signifie le voyage de notre vie - comme une personne qui essaie de suivre les enseignements du Seigneur et de devenir un ange.

La destination était Emmaüs. Dans le Verbe, toute ville représente une doctrine, un ensemble organisé de vérités que nous avons mises en ordre pour pouvoir vivre selon elles - nos règles de vie. Voir Arcanes Célestes 402. Ils ne sont pas nécessairement bons, comme à Jérusalem ou à Bethléem, mais peuvent aussi être des doctrines mauvaises, par exemple Sodome ou Babylone. Mon dictionnaire me dit que le nom d'Emmaüs signifie "sources chaudes". Une autre signification universelle du mot est que l'eau signifie la vérité dans ses utilisations bénéfiques, mais peut aussi signifier la vérité déformée en fausseté par ceux qui sont en enfer, dans un sens opposé. Voir, par exemple, Arcanes Célestes 790. Pensez aux puits qu'Abraham a creusés, ou aux eaux que Jésus a promises à la femme de Samarie en parlant près du puits de Jacob, ou au fleuve d'eau pure qui s'écoule de sous le trône dans la Nouvelle Jérusalem dans le livre de l'Apocalypse. Dans son sens inverse, où l'eau est destructrice, pensez au déluge qui a détruit tout sauf Noé et sa famille, ou à la mer Rouge qui a dû être séparée pour que les enfants d'Israël puissent la traverser. Les sources représentées par Emmaüs étaient des vérités saintes qui jaillissaient du Verbe pour que nous puissions les utiliser. Et ce sont des sources chaudes, et la chaleur signifie l'amour. C'est donc notre destination, où la vérité et l'amour ensemble jaillissent pour que nous puissions les utiliser, dans un flot continu venant du Seigneur.

Cette simple petite anecdote sur la rencontre des disciples avec le Seigneur sur la route d'Emmaüs n'est pas seulement une histoire sur la résurrection de Jésus avec un corps spirituel. C'est aussi une histoire sur la façon dont nous devrions vivre notre vie. Nous pouvons voyager vers le ciel, écouter le Seigneur, marcher sur le chemin avec lui, et à la fin, il rompra le pain et soupera avec nous.


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