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AC 8676

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8676. Who hath rescued His people from under the hand of the Egyptians. That this signifies mercy toward those who were in the good of truth and truth of good, is evident from the signification of "rescuing," as being liberation (as just above, n. 8675); from the signification of "the Egyptians," as being those who infested by falsities (n. 8668); and from the representation of Israel, who are here "the people of Jehovah," as being those who are of the spiritual church (n. 8645), thus who are in the good of truth and truth of good (n. 7957, 8234). That it is of the Lord's mercy is because it is said, "blessed be Jehovah who hath rescued," and by "blessed be Jehovah" is signified that from Him is all good from His Divine love (n. 8674). The Divine love from which good comes to man who is in a state of misery, because of himself he is wholly in evil and in hell, is mercy.


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