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Deuteronomy 16:9

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9 Seven weeks shalt thou number unto thee: begin to number the Seven weeks from such time as thou beginnest to put the sickle to the corn.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 16      

Da Alexander Payne

Verses 1-8. It is constantly to be borne in mind that all redemption is from the Lord's Divine Humanity (that is, the Lord Jesus Christ), which is signified by the Passover.

Verses 9-12. Thus truths will be implanted in affection, which is signified by the feast of weeks.

Verses 13-15. And the soul will be led to genuine good, which is the feast of tabernacles.

Verses 16-17. In all these states the soul must endeavour to conform itself to the Divine Humanity

Verses 18-20. with judgement and without bias,

Verses 21-22. and without the admixture of anything from self-derived intelligence.

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Significati del termine biblico

The number 'seven' was considered holy, as is well known, because of the six days of creation, and the seventh, which is the celestial self,...

'The feast of weeks' signifies the implanting of truth in good.

To number,' as in Isaiah 22:10, signifies falsifying. To number bones,' as in Psalm 22:14-18, signifies desiring to dissipate truths by reasonings and false principles....

'To put' has reference to order, arrangement, application, and influx.



Explanation of Deuteronomy 16:9      

Da Alexander Payne

Verse 9. The qualities derived from the conjunction of the Lord's Divine Humanity with the human race will then be impressed on all your future states; these qualities will be impressed upon you as soon as the truths sown in the heart begin to bear fruit by being united to good (which is signified by the Feast of Weeks).