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John 21:15-25 : Feed my lambs, Feed my sheep

        

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15 So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs.

16 He saith to him again the second time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

17 He saith unto him the third time, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me? Peter was grieved because he said unto him the third time, Lovest thou me? And he said unto him, Lord, thou knowest all things; thou knowest that I love thee. Jesus saith unto him, Feed my sheep.

18 Verily, verily, I say unto thee, When thou wast young, thou girdedst thyself, and walkedst whither thou wouldest: but when thou shalt be old, thou shalt stretch forth thy hands, and another shall gird thee, and carry thee whither thou wouldest not.

19 This spake he, signifying by what death he should glorify God. And when he had spoken this, he saith unto him, Follow me.

20 Then Peter, turning about, seeth the disciple whom Jesus loved following; which also leaned on his breast at supper, and said, Lord, which is he that betrayeth thee?

21 Peter seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do?

22 Jesus saith unto him, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee? follow thou me.

23 Then went this saying abroad among the brethren, that that disciple should not die: yet Jesus said not unto him, He shall not die; but, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee?

24 This is the disciple which testifieth of these things, and wrote these things: and we know that his testimony is true.

25 And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen.

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saith
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simon
Peter – born Simon, son of Jonah – is certainly one of the Bible's most important figures, second only to Jesus in the New Testament....

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Peter – born Simon, son of Jonah – is certainly one of the Bible's most important figures, second only to Jesus in the New Testament....

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all things
The Lord is life itself, is the Creator of the universe, and is the source of life on an ongoing basis. So in a literal...

say
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...

gird
To gird one’s self, as in John. 21:18, signifies to know and perceive truths in the light from good.

stretch
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hands
'Washing of the hands' was an ancient declaration of innocence, and signifies purification from evils and falsities, as in Psalms 73:13 and Matthew 27:24.

glorify
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Swedenborg says that the Lord is the sun of heaven, and like the natural sun of our world shines on everyone, good or evil. What...

disciple
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seeing
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come
Coming (Gen. 41:14) denotes communication by influx.

die
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written
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Беседа после завтрака      

Написано Joe David (machine translated into Pyccĸий)

This inscription is on a stone at the church hall in South Ronaldsey, in the Orkneys, northeast of Scotland.

Беседа после завтрака
(Комментарий к Иоан 21:15-25)

В первой части этой главы семь учеников вернулись домой в Галилею. Они пошли на рыбалку, увидели Иисуса на берегу, последовали Его наставлениям ловить рыбу на правой стороне лодки, вытащили на берег сеть, заряженную 153 рыбами, и... как начинается вторая часть главы, они только что закончили свой пост с Ним. Теперь они расслабляются.

Иисус говорит Петру: "Любишь ли ты Меня?", а Петр, возможно, немного испугался вопроса, подумав, что ответ очевиден, отвечает "да", а Иисус отвечает: "Покормите Моих агнцев". Еще два раза эта последовательность повторяется, но с некоторыми изменениями. Затем, после этого необычного разговора, Господь рассказывает им всем небольшую притчу о том, что они молоды, а позже стары. Затем Господь говорит Петру, чтобы он следовал за ним, а Петр, видимо, ревнует, спрашивает, что должен делать Иоанн. Господь мягко упрекает Петра в ревности, говоря: "Если этот человек будет терпеть, пока я не приду, что это для тебя?", но затем Он говорит Иоанну, чтобы он тоже следовал за ним.

Наконец, Евангелие от Иоанна, как и сборник всех четырех Евангелий, завершается объяснением Иоанна о том, что он является автором этого Евангелия.

Итак, теперь давайте посмотрим поближе на разговор, притчу и вспышку ревности.

Только двое из семи учеников, Петр и Иоанн, упоминаются в этой части истории. Петр олицетворяет веру или истину, но истина о духовных вещах, в которые мы действительно верим, исходит от Бога. Иоанн олицетворяет добро или любовь к ближнему. Первое пребывает в понимающей части ума, а второе - в волевой части разума.

Говоря Петру, чтобы он кормил Своих овец, Господь говорит, что следовать за Ним означает проповедовать истины, которые все ученики теперь знают о Господе, о Его пришествии и о том, как нужно вести жизнь, чтобы быть последователем Господа в новой церкви. В разговоре Господь является прямым и зондирующим. "Симон, сын Ионаса, возлюби меня больше, чем это?" Я думаю, что Петра спрашивают, любит ли он Господа, Иисуса, больше, чем Его собратьев по Галилее, хотя это и двусмысленно, но может означать: "Любишь ли Ты Меня больше, чем эти шесть других?". Когда Петр отвечает в первый раз, он говорит: "Господи, ты знаешь, что я люблю тебя".

На этот первый из трех вопросов Господь отвечает: "Покормите моих агнцев", а затем ответ: "Покормите моих овец". И овцы, и ягнята - это люди, которые любят творить добро, но если овцы - это те, кто любят творить добро ради ближнего, то ягнята - это те, кто творит добро ради Господа. Первый - духовное добро, а второй выше и называется небесным добром. Но люди, которые хотят делать добро, во-первых, не знают, что такое добро, они должны учиться этому у Слова и учиться. Поэтому Петру говорят "накормить их", то есть сказать, что истина должна указывать, как должно совершаться добро. Для того, чтобы делать то, что хорошо, воля, которая хочет, и понимание, которое знает, как идти об этом, должны быть объединены. Для успешной христианской жизни, или в большем масштабе, христианская церковь, 'Петр' и 'Иоанн' должны работать в гармонии.

Потом приходит притча. "Когда ты был молод, ты готовился и делал то, что хотел сам. Но когда ты стареешь, ты должен протянуть руку помощи, и другой понесет тебя туда, куда ты не хочешь идти".

Похоже, это не вписывается сюда, но, конечно, вписывается, и в двух смыслах. Первый способ приведен в библейском тексте; речь идет о смерти Господа, о том, что все пророчества вели Его к распятию, как уже упоминалось. Второй путь - это урок для всех нас. Когда мы молоды, уверены в себе и сильны, мы чувствуем, что можем делать то, что хотим и не нуждаемся ни в какой помощи. Искушения совершить зло, с которым мы сами можем справиться. Но когда мы становимся мудрее, мы понимаем, что вся наша сила исходит от Господа, и если мы и дальше будем зависеть только от самих себя, искушения из ада будут слишком сильны, и нас будут вести к тому, чтобы мы делали то, что ад хочет для нас, а не то, чего мы хотим. Мы должны с самого начала научиться следовать за Господом и полагаться на Него. Об этом Он говорит в конце притчи, где она, кажется, не подойдет, пока мы не поймем притчу. "И когда Он говорил это, Он сказал им: следуйте за Мною". Это то, что нам тоже нужно сделать.

Петр радуется этой проповеди истины и, возможно, чувствует, что его выделили, но он также понимает, что Иоанн тоже любит Господа и в ответ любит Его. Поэтому он спрашивает: "А что этот человек должен делать?". Кажется, что нужной гармонии еще нет, и что Петр ревнует к этой связи и, возможно, надеется быть уверенным в том, что он номер один... но этого не происходит. Питеру просто говорят, что это не имеет значения; он должен делать работу, которую ему дали.

Я вспоминаю историю Якоба и Исау, в Бытии 25где Исав первенец и унаследует от Исаака право рождения и благословение, как полагается ему. Иаков, придуманный своей матерью, обманывает Исаака и крадет то, что принадлежит Исаву. Затем он убегает в Падан-Арам и остается там со своим дядей и становится богатым. Только на обратном пути он борется с ангелом и меняет свое имя на Израиль, он снова встречается с Исавом. Изменение имени означает, что теперь, когда Иаков богат истиной из Слова, теперь дружеской встречей с Исавом, тоже богат, что два близнеца могут притчами соединиться в одном персонаже, называемом Израиль, что означает соединение добра и истины в разуме.

Исау означает нечто похожее на Иоанна, они оба символизируют доброту или истинную милосердие. Иаков означает что-то похожее на Петра, они оба олицетворяют истину, выученную из Слова. Любая кажущаяся вражда между ними, которая важнее, может сделать их обоих бесполезными, а в человеке, который становится ангелом (к которому каждый должен стремиться), нет никакой вражды. Истина дает возможность добра, а добро вдохновляет на истину, чтобы что-то сделать. Хотя мы можем думать и говорить о них по отдельности, но они (в совершенстве в Господе и в меньшей степени в ангелах) соединяются в единство, чтобы казаться женатыми. Брак Божественного добра и Божественной истины является источником всего творения. Да, всего творения.

Этот брак добра и истины, а также потребность в том, чтобы оба работали в нашей жизни, в равновесии и гармонии, является основной Новой Христианской концепцией.

В Евангелиях есть еще одна история, которая происходит после этой. В ней остальные ученики присоединяются к семи упомянутым здесь, чтобы услышать последние повеления Господа.

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785. Verse 3. And I saw one of his heads as if it had been wounded to death, signifies the discordance of their doctrinals with the Word, in which "love," "life," and "works," which do not at all agree with that religious principle, are so often mentioned. This is evident from the signification of the "heads" of that beast, as being the knowledge of the holy things of the Word which are falsified and adulterated (see above, n. 775. When the church and those of the church are treated of in the Word, "head" signifies intelligence and wisdom; and in the most universal sense the understanding of truth and the will of good. But as this treats of those who are not willing that the understanding should enter into the mysteries of faith, but who wish it to be held captive under obedience to their mysteries, and as these are described by "the dragon" and this his "beast," it follows that the "head" of this beast signifies knowledge [scientia]; for where the understanding does not see there is no intelligence, but in place of it knowledge. Moreover, intelligence cannot be predicated of those who are in falsities, but only knowledge (see about this in the New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine, n. 33). The above is evident also from the signification of "being wounded to death," as being in disagreement with the Word; for doctrine which disagrees with the Word is dead; and this death is what is signified by "being wounded to death."

(:Ссылки Matthew 5:1, Matthew 6:1, 7:1; Revelation 13:3; The Apocalypse Explained 775)


[2] The discordance is that they separate the life of love, which is good works, from faith, and make faith alone justifying and saving, and they take away everything of justification and salvation from the life of love or from good works; and as loving and doing are mentioned in the Word in a thousand passages, and it is declared that man is to be judged according to his deeds and works, and as this does not agree with that religious principle, therefore this is what is signified by the death-stroke of the head of this beast. From this it can be seen that the words, "I saw one of the heads of the beast as if it had been wounded to death," signifies disagreement with the Word, in which "love," "life," and "works," which do not at all agree with that religious principle, are so often mentioned. That they do not agree is clearly evident from the fact that it is a dogma of that religion that faith alone, without the works of the law, justifies and saves, yea, that if anything of salvation be placed in works it is damnable, because of man's merit and what is his own [proprium] in them. For this reason many abstain from doing them, saying in their heart, Good works do not save me, and evil works do not damn me, because I have faith. From this principle they also assert that those are saved who about the hour of death declare with some confidence that they have faith, whatever their life may have been. But "deeds" and "works," also "doing" and "loving," are mentioned in the Word in a thousand passages, and as these disagree with that religious principle, therefore its dogmatists have devised means of conjoining them with faith. This, therefore, is the signification of the words "he saw one of the heads of the beast as if it had been wounded to death," and "the stroke of his death was healed, and the whole earth wondered after the beast." But how that stroke was healed, namely, by devised modes of conjunction, shall be said in the following article.

[3] In the first place, some passages shall here be quoted from the Word where "deeds," "works," "doing," and "working," are mentioned, that everyone may see the discordance that is here signified by "one of the heads wounded to death;" also that this stroke is wholly incurable unless man lives according to the precepts of the Word by doing them. In Matthew:

Everyone that heareth My words and doeth them is like to a prudent man; but everyone that heareth My words and doeth them not is like to a foolish man (Matthew 7:24, 26).

In Luke:

Why call ye Me Lord, Lord, and do not the things that I say? Everyone who cometh to Me and heareth My words and doeth them is like a man that built a house upon a rock; but he that heareth and doeth not is, like unto a man that built a house upon the ground without a foundation (Luke 6:46-49).

In Matthew:

He that was sown in good earth, this is he that heareth the Word and giveth heed, and who thence beareth fruit, and yieldeth some a hundred-fold, some sixty-fold, some thirty-fold (1 Matthew 13:23).

In the same:

Whosoever shall break the least of these commandments, and shall teach men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of the heavens; but whosoever doeth and teacheth them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of the heavens (Matthew 5:19).

In John:

Ye are My friends if ye do whatsoever I command you (John 15:14).

In the same:

If ye know these things happy are ye if ye do them (John 13:17).

In the same:

If ye love Me keep My commandments. He that hath My commandments and doeth them, he it is that loveth Me; and I will love him, and will manifest Myself unto him. And I 1 will come unto him and will make 2 My abode with him. But he that loveth Me not keepeth not My words (John 14:15, 21-24).

In Luke:

Jesus said, My mother and My brethren are those who hear My 3 word and do it (Luke 8:21).

In Matthew:

I was an hungered and ye gave Me to eat, I was thirsty and ye gave Me to drink, I was a sojourner, and ye took Me in, I was naked and ye clothed Me, I was sick and ye visited Me, I was in prison and ye came unto Me. And to these the Lord said, Come, ye blessed, possess as inheritance the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. And to those who had not done these things He said, Depart from Me, ye cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels (Matthew 25:31-46 the end).

In John:

My Father is the vinedresser; every branch that beareth not fruit He taketh away (John 15:1, 2).

In Luke:

Bring forth fruits worthy of repentance; every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit shall be hewn down and cast into the fire.

By their fruits ye shall know them (Luke 3:8, 9; Matthew 7:19, 20).

In John:

Herein is My Father glorified, that ye may bear much fruit and become My disciples (John 15:7, 8).

In Matthew:

The kingdom of God shall be taken away from them, and shall be given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof (Matthew 21:40-43).

In John:

He that doeth the truth cometh to the light, that his works may be made manifest that they have been wrought in God (John 3:21).

In the same:

We know that God heareth not sinners, but if anyone worship God and do His will, him He heareth (John 9:31).

In Matthew:

The Son of man shall come in the glory of His Father with His angels; and then He shall render unto everyone according to his deeds (1 Matthew 16:27).

In John:

Then shall come forth they that have done goods into the resurrection of life, but they that have done evils into the resurrection of judgment (John 5:29).

In Revelation:

I will give unto you to everyone according to his works; he that overcometh and keepeth My works unto the end (Revelation 2:23, 26).

Their works shall follow them (John 14:13).

The dead were judged out of the things that were written in the books according to their works. And the dead were all judged according to their works (Revelation 20:12, 13).

Behold I come quickly; and My reward is with Me, to give unto everyone according to his works (Revelation 22:12).

Happy are they that do His commandments (Revelation 22:14).

He said to the angel of the church of Ephesus, I have against thee that thou hast left thy first charity; remember whence thou hast fallen, and do the first works; but if not, etc. (Revelation 2:4, 5).

It was said to the angel of the church in Smyrna, I know thy works; to the angel of the church in Pergamos, I know thy works; to the angel of the church in Thyatira, I know thy works; to the angel of the church in Sardis, I know thy works; and to the angel of the church in Philadelphia, I know thy works (Revelation 2:9, 13, 19; 3:1, 8).

These two chapters treat of the exploration and judgment of those seven churches as to what they are and will be from their works and according to their works.

(:Ссылки John 15:1-2, 15:7-8; Luke 3:8-9; Matthew 7:19-20, Matthew 21:43, Matthew 25:35-45; Revelation 2:4-5, Revelation 14:13, 20:12-13)


[4] Also in the fifth, sixth, and seventh chapters of Matthew from their beginning to their end the Lord teaches good works, and what they must be, and that thence is heavenly happiness; likewise in the parables of the laborers in the vineyard, of the husbandmen and servants, of the traders to whom pounds [minae] were given and those to whom talents were given; of the fig-tree in the vineyard which was to be cut down if it bore no fruit; of the man wounded by robbers, to whom the Samaritan showed mercy, respecting whom the Lord asked the lawyer which of the three was a neighbor, who answered, "He that showed mercy," and Jesus said to him, "Go and do thou likewise;" of the ten virgins, of whom five had oil in their lamps and five had none, "oil in the lamps" signifying charity in faith; also in other passages.

(:Ссылки Matthew 5:1, 6:1, Matthew 7:1)


[5] Moreover, the twelve disciples of the Lord represented the church in respect to all things of faith and charity in the complex; and of them, Peter, James, and John represented faith, charity, and good works in their order, Peter faith, James charity, and John good works; therefore the Lord said to Peter, when Peter saw John following the Lord:

What is that to thee, Peter? Follow thou Me, John; for Peter said of John, What of him? (John 21:21-22).

This signifies that those who do good works must follow the Lord. Because John represented the church in respect to good works, he reclined at the Lord's breast. That the church is with those who do good works is also signified by the Lord's words from the cross to John:

Jesus saw His mother, and spoke to the disciple whom He loved, who was standing by; and He said to His mother, Woman, behold thy son; and He said to that disciple, Behold thy mother; and from that hour that disciple took her unto himself (John 19:26-27).

This signifies that where good works are, there the church will be, for in the Word "woman," like as "mother," signifies the church. Thus much from the New Testament; there are yet more passages in the Old Testament, as where:

All are called blessed who keep and do the statutes, the judgments, and the commandments, and those cursed who do them not (as in Leviticus 18:5; 19:37; 20:8; 22:31-33; 26:3-4, 26:14, 26:16; Numbers 15:39-40; Deuteronomy 5:9-10; 6:25; 15:5; 17:19; 27:26 in a thousand other passages).

(:Ссылки John 13:34-35, John 14:13-23; Leviticus 26:4, 26:14-15; Luke 10:27-28; Matthew 22:37-40)


[6] Besides those passages in the Word where "deeds" and "doing" are mentioned there are also very many where "love" and "loving" are mentioned; and "loving" means the like as "doing," since he that loves does, for to love is to will, since everyone wills what he interiorly loves; and to will is to do, since everyone does that which he wills when he is able. Moreover, what is done is nothing but the will in act. Respecting love the Lord teaches in many passages (as in Matthew 5:43-48; 7:12; Luke 6:27-39, 6:43-49; 7:36-50 to the end; John 13:34, 35; 14:14-23; 15:9-19; 17:22-26; 21:15-23), and in brief in these words:

Thou shalt love the Lord thy God in thy whole heart and from thy whole soul; this is the first and great commandment. The second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On these two commandments hang the law and the prophets (Matthew 22:35-38, 40; Luke 10:27, 28; Deuteronomy 6:5).

"To love God above all things, and the neighbor as oneself," is to do His commandments (John 14:21-24); and "the law and the prophets" signify the Word in all things and in every particular. From all these passages cited from the Word it is fully evident that it is not faith separated from good works that saves, but faith from good works and with them. For he who does good works has faith, but he who does them not has no faith.

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Footnotes:

1. The photolithograph has "I will come," the Greek "we will make."

2. The photolithograph has "I will make," the Greek "we will make."

3. The photolithograph has "My," the Greek reads, "of God."

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(:Ссылки John 13:34-35; Luke 10:27-28; Matthew 21:43, Matthew 22:37-40)

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References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypse Explained 784, 815, 829, 875


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