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Hemelse Verborgenheden in Genesis en Exodus #1383

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1383. GENESIS – TWAALFDE HOOFDSTUK

De innerlijke gewaarwording van geesten en engelen, en de sferen in het andere leven. Onder de wonderen in het andere leven behoren de innerlijke gewaarwordingen; hiervan bestaan twee soorten: de ene, die de engelen eigen is, bestaat hierin, dat zij innerlijk gewaarworden, wat waar en goed is, en wat van de Heer komt, wat van henzelf, en verder, wanneer dat wat zij denken, spreken en doen, van henzelf komt, vanwaar het is en van welke aard. De andere soort, die allen met elkaar gemeen hebben, en welke de engelen in de hoogste volmaaktheid bezitten en de geesten overeenkomstig hun hoedanigheid, bestaat hierin, dat zij bij de eerste nadering van de ander weten, van welke aard hij is

  
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6. INHOUD. 6 67. GENESIS - TWEEDE HOOFDSTUK. 67 190. INHOUD. 190 324. INHOUD 324 460. INHOUD. 460 554. INHOUD 554 701. INHOUD 701 832. INHOUD. 832 971. INHOUD 971 1130. INHOUD 1130 1279. INHOUD 1279 1401. INHOUD 1401 1535. INHOUD 1535 1651. INHOUD 1651 1778. INHOUD 1778 1886. GENESIS ZESTIENDE HOOFDSTUK 1886 1985. INHOUD 1985 2136. INHOUD 2136 2312. INHOUD 2312 2496. INHOUD 2496 2610. INHOUD 2610 2764. GENESIS 22:1-24 2764 2901. INHOUD 2901 3012. INHOUD 3012 3230. INHOUD 3230 3357. INHOUD 3357 3490. INHOUD 3490 3656. INHOUD 3656 3758. DE INHOUD 3758 3902. INHOUD In het voorafgaande hoofdstuk werd door de vier zonen van Jakob uit Lea gehandeld over de staat van de Kerk of van de mens die een Kerk wordt, ten aanzien van de opklimming vanuit het ware dat van het geloof is, tot het goede dat van de liefde is; in dit hoofdstuk wordt door de zonen 3902 4061. DE INHOUD 4061 4232. DE INHOUD 4232 4336. DE INHOUD 4336 4425. DE INHOUD 4425 4536.Dit hoofdstuk gaat in de interne zin in op hoe al het andere in het Natuurlijke van de Heer Goddelijk werd gemaakt, de innerlijke aspecten van het Natuurlijke die nu door God 'Goddelijk wezen' werden gemaakt. 4536 4639. DE INHOUD 4639 4665. DE INHOUD 4665 4811. DE INHOUD 4811 4960. DE INHOUD 4960 5072. INHOUD 5072 5191. DE INHOUD 5191 5397. GENESIS – TWEEENVEERTIGSTE HOOFDSTUK 5397 5574. DE INHOUD 5574 5728. DE INHOUD 5728 5867. INHOUD 5867 5994. INHOUD 5994 6059. INHOUD 6059 6216. DE INHOUD 6216 6328. INHOUD 6328 6497. INHOUD 6497 6634. HOOFDSTUK 1 6634 6713. HOOFDSTUK 2 6713 6825. HOOFDSTUK 3 6825 6939. INHOUD 6939 7087. HOOFDSTUK 5 7087 7183. HOOFDSTUK 6 7183 7264. HOOFDSTUK 7 7264 7378. HOOFDSTUK 8 7378 7495. HOOFDSTUK 9 7495 7628. HOOFDSTUK 10 7628 7763. HOOFDSTUK 11 7763 7822. HOOFDSTUK 12 7822 8038. HOOFDSTUK 13 8038 8125. HOOFDSTUK 14 8125 8258. HOOFDSTUK 15 8258 8395. HOOFDSTUK 16 8395 8554. HOOFDSTUK 17 8554 8641. HOOFDSTUK 18 8641 8748. HOOFDSTUK 19 8748 8859. HOOFDSTUK 20 8859
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Arcana Coelestia 2144, 3528, 4626, 5145


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In this episode, we’re exploring passages from Swedenborg’s "Secrets of Heaven", number 1383.


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Arcana Coelestia #2144

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2144. 'In the oak-groves of Mamre' means the character of the perception. This is clear from the representation and meaning of 'oak-groves', and also from the representation and meaning of 'Mamre'. What oak-groves in general represented and meant has been shown in Volume One, in 1442, 1443, and what the oak-grove of Mamre specifically represented and meant, in 1616, namely perceptions, though of a human kind such as spring from factual knowledge and from the initial rational concepts derived from that knowledge.

(Referenties: Arcana Coelestia 1442-1443)


[2] What perception is, is totally unknown at the present day, for nobody today possesses the kind of perception that the ancient and especially the most ancient people possessed. The latter knew from perception whether a thing was good and consequently whether it was true. There was an influx from the Lord by way of heaven into the rational part of their minds, and from that influx when they thought about anything holy, they perceived instantly whether a thing was so or was not so. Later on such perception with mankind perished and people began to entertain heavenly ideas no more but only worldly and bodily ones; and when this happened the place of such perception was taken by conscience (which also is a kind of perception), for acting contrary to conscience and according to conscience is nothing else than discerning from conscience whether a thing is so or not so, or whether it ought to be done.

[3] But perception that goes with conscience does not originate in inflowing good but in truth which from earliest childhood has been implanted in the rational part of the mind in accordance with the holiness of people's worship, and after that has been confirmed; for that truth alone is believed by them to be good. Consequently conscience is a kind of perception, but it has its origin in truth such as this; and when charity and innocence are introduced into it by the Lord, the good that goes with that conscience is then brought into being. These few considerations show what perception is. Yet between perception and conscience there is a wide difference. See what has been stated about perception in Volume One, in 104, 125, 371, 483, 495, 503, 521, 536, 597, 607, 784, 865, 895, 1121, 1616; about the perception spirits and angels have, in 202, 203, 1008, 1383, 1384, 1390-1392, 1394, 1397, 1504; and about the learned not knowing what perception is, in 1387.

(Referenties: Arcana Coelestia 202-203, 1383-1384)


[4] As regards the Lord when He lived in the world, all of His thought sprang from Divine perception since He alone was a Divine and Celestial Man. For He has been the only one in whom Jehovah Himself was present and from whom His perception came, also dealt with in Volume One, in 1616, 1791. His perceptions became more and more interior the closer He came to union with Jehovah. The nature of His perception at this time becomes clear from what has been stated in Volume One, in 1616, about the oak-groves of Mamre; and then the nature of it when He perceived the things contained in this chapter is described in what follows below.

(Referenties: Genesis 18:1)

  
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6. Genesis 1 6 67. Since the Lord's Divine mercy has allowed me to know the internal sense of the Word, and since that sense contains very deep arcana which have never entered the knowledge of anyone before now, and never can unless people know the way things exist in the next life - for most of what is in the 67 190. Genesis 3:1-13 190 324. Genesis 4 324 460. Genesis 5 460 554. Genesis 6:1-8 554 701. Genesis 7 701 832. Genesis 8 832 971. Genesis 9 971 1130. Genesis 10 1130 1279. Genesis 11 1279 1401. Genesis 12 1401 1535. Genesis 13 1535 1651. Genesis 14 1651 1778. Genesis 15 1778 1886. PREFACE 1886 1985. Genesis 17 1985 2136. Genesis 18 2136 2312. Genesis 19 2312 2496. Genesis 20 2496 2610. Genesis 21 2610 2764. Genesis 22 2764 2901. Genesis 23 2901 3012. Genesis 24 3012 3230. Genesis 25 3230 3357. Genesis 26 3357 3490. Genesis 27 3490 3656. Genesis 28 3656 3758. Genesis 29 3758 3902. Genesis 30 3902 4061. Genesis 31 4061 4232. Genesis 32 4232 4336. Genesis 33 4336 4425. Genesis 34 4425 4536. Genesis 35 4536 4639. Genesis 36 4639 4665. Genesis 37 4665 4811. Genesis 38 4811 4960. Genesis 39 4960 5072. Genesis 40 5072 5191. Genesis 41 5191 5397. Genesis 42 5397 5574. Genesis 43 5574 5728. Genesis 44 5728 5867. Genesis 45 5867 5994. Genesis 46 5994 6059. Genesis 47 6059 6216. Genesis 48 6216 6328. Genesis 49 6328 6497. Genesis 50 6497 6634. Exodus 1 6634 6713. Exodus 2 6713 6825. Exodus 3 6825 6939. Exodus 4 6939 7087. Exodus 5 7087 7183. Exodus 6 7183 7264. Exodus 7 7264 7378. Exodus 8 7378 7495. Exodus 9 7495 7628. Exodus 10 7628 7763. Exodus 11 7763 7822. Exodus 12 7822 8038. Exodus 13 8038 8125. Exodus 14 8125 8258. Exodus 15 8258 8395. Exodus 16 8395 8554. Exodus 17 8554 8641. Exodus 18 8641 8748. Exodus 19 8748 8859. Exodus 20 8859 8970. Exodus 21 8970 9123. Exodus 22 9123 9246. Exodus 23 9246 9370. Exodus 24 9370 9455. Exodus 25 9455 9592. Exodus 26 9592 9710. Exodus 27 9710 9804. Exodus 28 9804 9985. Exodus 29 9985 10176. [10175(a)] Exodus 30 10176 10326. Exodus 31 10326 10393. Exodus 32 10393 10523. Exodus 33 10523 10598. Exodus 34 10598 10725. Exodus 35 10725 10750. Exodus 36 10750 10767. Exodus 37 10767 10782. Exodus 38 10782 10807. Exodus 39 10807 10832. Exodus 40 10832
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Arcana Coelestia 2831, 5145, 10155, 10290

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 140


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