Начало W

Wafer (laganum). See CAKE.

Wakefulness (vigilia) See To AWAKE.

Walk, To (ambulare).
What to walk s., and that is to live, 519, 1794.
To walk and to go d. to live; why, 8417, 8420.

Wall (murus).
Wall d. truths of faith which defend, and, in the opposite sense, falsities which destroy: shown, 6419.

Wall of a House. See PARTITION.

Wallet (mantica). See SACK.

Wand, See ROD,

Wanderer (vagus).
Wanderer and fugitive d. not to know what is true and good, 382.

War (bellum). See also ARMY.
The historical books of the Ancient Church Were called The Wars of Jehovah, and, in the internal sense, they treat of the Lord's combats, 2686.
The Book of the Ware of Jehovah was the historical Word in the Ancient Church, and the combats therein described are the temptations, or combats, of the Lord, 8273:4.
The Lord is called the Man of war and the Hero, because, when He was in the world, He alone fought against all the hells and overcame them; and afterwards He continually fights for man: shown, 8273:3.
The hells desire to destroy heaven, not by means of a hostile invasion as on earth, but by the destruction of truth and good, and these are combats and wars, 8295.
War d. the combat of falsity and truth, 10455.
By wars the Lord's temptations were rd., and several other things, 1659;
and spiritual combats were sd., 1664.
Each of the weapons of war s. something, 1788.
As with war so also with all the weapons of war, in the Word; they d. those things which pertain to spiritual combat, 2686.

Warm, To (incaleseere). See HEAT.

Warmth. See HEAT.


Wash, To, Washing (lavare, lavatio). See also BAPTISM.
Washings in the Church formerly sd. purifications from unclean things spiritually understood, which are the loves of self and the world: shown, 3147:3.
The washings were purifications of the natural man: shown, 3147:3.
Washings formerly and baptism at the present time s. regeneration by means of the truths of faith, because waters are the truths of faith, 9088:2.
Washing d. purification from evils and falsities, 10237;
also regeneration, but total or such washing as is called baptising: shown, 10239.
Washings of garments d. purifications, 5954e.
To wash the feet was to purify those things which are of the natural man, 3147;
was also an act of charity, and of humiliation, 3147:7;
was customary for wayfarers and sojourners; the reason, 3148.
To wash d. worship, 6730.

Watch Over, To. See CUSTODY.

Watchman. See CUSTODY.

Water (aqua). See also BAPTISM.
The falsities from evil of those who are in faith separated, and in the life of evil, appear as the waters of the sea, in which they are immersed when in hell, 8137:2, 8138.
By water is sd. the spiritual, 680:3.
Waters s. spiritual things, intellectual things, also falsities, 739.
Water d. truth: shown, 2702;
falsities, 7307;
the truth of faith: shown, 8568.
Waters d. the truths of faith: references, 10238;
shown, 10238.
Waters, or rivers, are described where there are gardens and plantations, 2702:14.
Waters s. cognitions and scientifics; seas, the collections of the same, 28.
The flood and inundation of waters s. temptations, as also desolations, 705, 739, 756.
To draw waters d. to be instructed in the truths of faith, and to be enlightened, 3058.
Drawers of waters, as the Gibeonites were, d. those who desire to know truths for no end but to know, 3058.
The Word is called a fountain and a well of living waters: shown, 3424.
Truth is to good just as water is to bread, or drink is to meat, in nourishment, 4976.
Bread and water are spoken of when all the goods of love and truths of faith are understood, 9323.
To give waters d. the general influx of truth, 5668.
Light as water is predicated of faith alone, or separated from charity, 6346.

Water-Pot (hydria). See VESSEL.

Waved, To be (agitari).
To put upon the palms of Aaron, and to be waved d. acknowledgment that it is of the Lord, 10082, 10083.
To wave a waving d. vivification by acknowledgment of the Lord and that He has power: shown, 10083, 10089.

Wax. See SPICE.

Wax, Scented (cera aromatica). See SPICE.

Way (modus).
To change in ten ways d. very great change, 4077.

Way (via).
When a man is resuscitated paths rising gently upwards are represented, 189.
A broad way and a narrow way represented; in what manner 3477.
Way is predicated respecting the understanding of truth, and respecting truth itself, 627, 2234.
What way s. in the internal sense, 2333.
To be in a way d. to be in a state, 3123.
What to sweep, or prepare a way, s., 3142:2. See To SWEEP.
To be with anyone in the way wherein he walks, when predicated respecting the Divine, d. the Divine Providence, 4549.
To make the way known, when it relates to the Lord, d. instruction, 10565.
Way, path, by-path, track, street, and highway d. truths: shown, 10422:2.

Weak in the eyes, See EYES,

Wealth (opes). See RICHES.
Pleasures, powers, and riches do not hinder entrance into heaven, if only they are not held as an end, 945, 1877.
Wealth d. the cognitions of good and truth, thus scientifics: briefly, 4508.

Weapons (arma).
See also under To ANOINT and ARMY.
Weapons of war s. those things that belong to spiritual combat, 2686:2.
Dart, arrows, javelin, quiver, see BOW.

Weary (lassus).
Weary d. a state of combat of temptation, 3318, 3321.

Weaver (textor).
Weaver d. the celestial, and thence the voluntary, 9915.

Week (septitnana). See SEVEN.
What week s., 728:2.
Week s. the whole period, great and small, 2044;
the whole period, greater or less, and also a state; why both, 3845.

Weep, To (flere).
To weep d. the highest degree of sorrow, and the highest degree of love, 3801.
To weep for the dead d. the last farewell, 4565.
Weeping was a representative of internal mourning, 4786.
Weeping d. mercy, and is even predicated respecting Jehovah, or God: shown, 5480;
mercy, and joy, 5873;
the effect of mercy, 5927;
the effect of affection, 5930.
What to mourn and to bewail s., when they are predicated respecting the Church, 2910.

Weight (pondus). See also HEAVY.
Weight d. the state of a thing as to good, measure, as to truth: shown, 3104:2.

Well (puteus). See FOUNTAIN and WATER.
Well d. the Word as to the literal sense, 3765, 6774.
Wells d. falsities, because they are unclean, 1688.
Well d. the Word and doctrine from the Word, as also fountain: shown, 2702.
Fountain d. pure truth, well d. truth less pure, 3096.
The Word is called a fountain and a well of living waters: shown, 3424.
See also FOUNTAIN.

West (occidens). See SETTING OF THE SUN.
The west in heaven is also opposite to the Sun, which is the Lord, thus where what is darksome appears instead of the sun of the world, 9755:2.
The west d. a state of good in obscurity: shown, 3708;
and, in the opposite sense, a state of evil: shown, 3708:18;
where good is in obscurity, 9653.
To the sun setting d. when the state ceased: illustrated, 8615.
What the setting of the sun s., 1837.
What north, south, east, and west s., 1605.
East and west d. states of good, north and south d. states of truth: shown, 3708.

Whale (bahaena). See SEA-MONSTER.

Wheat (triticum).
Wheat d. those things which belong to love and charity: shown, 3941.
Wheat d. the good of the interior natural, and spelt d. its truth, 7605.

Wheel (rota). See CHARIOT.
The wheel of a chariot d. the power of progressing which belongs to the intellectual: shown, 8215.

Whipped, To be (verberari). See SMITTEN.

Whisperers (susurrones).
Concerning those who speak in the ear, or whisperers, 4657.

White (album).
Truth is rd. by white; why, 3301:6.
White d. the truth of faith, especially, in the opposite sense, the false merit and law of man's own justice, 3993:5;
shown also, 4007.
Bright d. truth, because it is from the light in heaven, 5319.


Whoredom. See ADULTERY and HARLOT.

Whoredom, To Commit (maechari). See ADULTERY and HARLOT.

Wicked (improbus).
Wicked d. malignity, 9249.

Widow (vidua).
Widows d. those who are in good without truth, and yet desire truth: shown, 9198;
in the celestial sense, those who are in truth and desire good, 9198;
and, in the opposite sense, contrary things, 9198;
those who are in truth without good, and yet desire to be led through good to truth, and orphans d. those who are in good, not in truth, and through truth are led into good: shown, 4844:3.
Widows, in the opposite sense, d. those who are not in truth, because they are not in good, and are in falsity, 4844:13.
Thus they who are led through good into the truth of intelligence, are widows in the good sense, 4844:6.
To remain a widow in the house of her own father d. alienation, 4844.
When a sojourner, orphans, and widows are spoken of, in the good sense, they d. those who are within the Church, and the reciprocal conjunction of good and truth, 9200e.
What things the Lord said respecting the widow in Sarepta of Sidon are explained, 9198:3.

Wife (uxor). See MARRIAGE, WOMAN, MAN (vir).
In ancient times wives called themselves dead; why, 3908.
Why so many laws in the Jewish Church relate to the prerogative of a man (vir), and the obedience of a wife, 568.
To be conjoined with one's own wife from passion only is natural, not spiritual, but to be conjoined with one's wife from conjugial love is spiritual-natural, 4992:2.
The penalty of those who hold communion of wives as a principle is horrible, 2756.
Wife d. the Church; in the universal sense, the Lord's kingdom in the heavens and on the earths, 289;
truth conjoined to good, 1468;
truth adjoined to celestial things, 1473;
the truth of faith, 2407;
truth adjoined to its own good, 4996;
every truth in general, 8912.
The two wives of Jacob, Leah and Rachel, rd. the external and the internal Church, 409.
A wife from Egypt d. the affection of sciences, 2718.
Husband s. good, and wife s. truth, 1468.
Husband r. good, and wife r. truth, 3236.
A wife without a husband d. the truth of the Church without its good, 4844:2.
When a man (vir) and wife are named, the man d. the intellectual, or truth, and the wife d. the voluntary, or good; but when man (homo) and wife are named, the man d. the good of love, or love, and the wife d. the truth of faith, or faith, 915.
When a married partner and husband are named, females, woman, and wives d. the affections of truth; but when the married partner is not named, and a man (vir) is, they d. the affections of good, 4510.
Woman and wife d. the Church, 252, 253, 749, 768e, 770;
also the perverted church, 409.
Wife d. the affection of spiritual truth, and maidservant d. the affection of natural truth, 8995:5.
Potiphar's wife d. natural truth, 5011.
The wife who was Moses" d. good conjoined to truth, 7022, 8656.
For a wife to be ravished d. the goods of truth perverted by the evils of falsity, 8902:2.
To commit adultery with the wives of companions d. to teach falsity, 2466:8.

Wild Ass, See Ass, WILD,

Wild Beast. See BEAST, WILD,

Wilderness (desertum).
Wilderness is used in various senses, 3900:8.
Concerning the Jewish robbers in the wilderness, 940, 941.
Wilderness d. that which as yet is scarcely vital, 1927;
which is little inhabited and cultivated, and what is altogether uninhabited and uncultivated; the vastation of good and desolation of truth; and temptation: shown, 2708.
A wilderness, or what is altogether uninhabited, is also spoken of in a double sense: namely, of those who are afterwards reformed, and of those who cannot be reformed, 2708:2.
Wilderness also d. temptations 2708:6.
Wilderness, when it is predicated of the Church where there is no good, and therefrom no truth, 4736.
Wilderness d. a state of temptation: somewhat shown 6828;
where there is no conjunction of truth immediately proceeding from the Lord, with the truth that proceeds mediately, 7055;
an obscure state of faith, 7313;
when forty years, or months, or days, are adjoined to it, a state of undergoing temptations: shown, 8098;
the delight of the sensual, and the sensual, 9341.
The dew and the manna upon the faces of the wilderness d. the new voluntary part, 8457.

Will (voluntas).
The understanding and the will are most distinct, 641:2.
Man can hardly distinguish between truth and good, because hardly between thinking and willing, 9995:2.
From the will man has the power to understand, 585.
In every idea of thought there is something from the will, and there are innumerable things, 590, 803:2.
What the understanding of truth and the will of good are, 634.
The understanding of truth and will of good belong to no man, but they appear as if they were his, 633.
The whole man is a semblance of his own will and understanding therefrom: illustrated from end, cause, and effect, 10076:2.
Good is not appropriated to the man until it becomes of the will, 10109:2;
illustrated, 10110.
Goods and truths were implanted in the voluntary part with the man of the Most Ancient Church, not with the man of the Ancient and spiritual Church, 895, 927:2.
In the antediluvians voluntary good was destroyed, and at the present day intellectual good is perishing, 2124.
Man is regenerated as to the intellectual part, not as to the voluntary, 863, 875:2.
The new will is formed by the Lord in the intellectual part, which is the conscience, 1023:2, 1043:3, 1044:2.
When a regenerated man does good, it is from the Lord by means of the new will, 928.
Concerning the initiament of the new will from infancy, thus concerning the reception of good and truth, and concerning its succeeding state, 9296:2, 9297:2.
Those things become of the life that are received in the will, 9386, 9393.
Man's voluntary proprium must be separated that the Lord may be present, 1023:2, 1044:3.
All falsity flows in from the proprium, 1047.
They who are in the Celestial Kingdom correspond to the voluntary of man; they who are in the Spiritual Kingdom to his intellectual; and the case in heaven is as it is with man, 9835.
All things relate to the understanding and will, because to truth and good, or to falsity and evil; and these two must be one, 10122:2.
The book of life d. the interior memory, because in it are inscribed the things which belong to the will, 9386:2.

Wind (ventus).
What the eastern wind is in the spiritual world and in the Word, 842.
The eastern wind, in the other life, is described; how societies amassed together evilly are dissipated, 2128.
The east wind, or eastern wind, d. those things which are of lusts and of phantasies therefrom: shown, 5215.
The wind of Jehovah's nostrils d. life from the Divine, and heaven: shown, 8286.
The wind of Jehovah d. life from the Divine: shown, 8286:2.
The four winds, and four corners d. all things of truth and good: shown, 9642:10.
See also QUARTERS.

Wind, East (eurus). See EAST, where the EASTERN WIND is entered.

Window (fenestra).
By window is sd. the intellectual, 655, 658.
Window d. the intellectual, or the internal sight, 3391.

Wine (vinum). See VINEYARD, VINE, and GRAPE.
Wine d. the good of charity and the good of faith; and, in the opposite sense, falsity from evil: shown, 6377.
Wine s. faith and all things of faith; grape s. charity, 1071.
They who are drunk with wine, 1072:4.
Whence the vinous scent is, 1517.
What the bread and wine in the Holy Supper s., 1798:3.
Corn d. good, and must d. truth, both in the natural man, 3580.

Wings (alae).
Wings d. spiritual truths, or truths of faith, and, in the supreme sense, Truth Divine: shown, 8764;
and also powers, 8764:2;
truths of faith from good: illustrated, 9514.

Winter (hyems). See COW.

Wisdom (sapientia).
The wisdom of the ancients (whereby natural things sd. spiritual things) is at the present time lost, 3179e.
The Egyptians and Chaldeans called mystical science wisdom, 7296.
All wisdom is from the Lord, 9943.
They who have received Divine things from the Lord, namely love and charity, are endowed with wisdom; and they who have not received are stupid, 4420.
Man is wise so far as he assigns all things of truth and good to the Lord, 10227:2.
What intelligence is, and what wisdom, 1555:2.
Wisdom and intelligence are present in love, 2500:3.
Intelligence and wisdom grow to an immense degree in the other life, with those who are in charity, 1941e.
They who have been in the love of self and the world, become of no intelligence, and grossly corporeal, 4220;
an experience, 4221.
The progression towards interior things appears plainly in the other life, as from mist into light, 4598:2.
He who is in good, in the other life is in the faculty of becoming wise: illustrated, 5527:2.
A man, if he has lived in the good of charity, comes into all wisdom in the other life, because that is present in his good, 5859:2.
The angels have so great wisdom and intelligence because they are in love, 2572:3.
The angels apprehend innumerable things of which man does not understand even the most general; an example, 3314:2.
Wisdom, intelligence, and science are the sons of charity, 1226.
What wisdom, intelligence, and order are; from a wise gentile, 2592.
What wisdom, intelligence, science, and work are; and they follow in order, and are one, 10331:3.
There was an internal way which the Lord had from the Divine, or from Love Itself, 2500:2.
The Lord has infinite wisdom, because it is in love Divine, 2572.
A man (vir) intelligent and wise d. truth and good, 5287, 5310.
The magi d. interior scientifics, and wise men d. exterior scientifics; concerning which: shown, 5223.

Witness, Testimony (testis, testimonium).
That there was not to be one witness, but two or three, is founded in the Divine law that one truth is not sufficient to confirm good, 4197:7.
Witness d. the confirmation of good by means of truth, and of truth from good: shown, 4197.
Not to answer to the neighbour the witness of a lie d. not to call good evil, nor truth falsity, and vice versa, 8908.
Testimony d. good from which is truth, and truth which is from good: shown, 4197:3;
the Lord as to Divine Truth, or the Word: somewhat shown, 8535;
the Lord as to Divine Truth: shown, 9503.

Wolf (lupus).
What wolves s., 2130:2.
Wolf d. the avidity of seizing: shown, and, in the good sense, the avidity of snatching away and liberating the good, 6441.

Woman (muller).
Old women who are in heaven return to the spring of youth, and become beauties, 553.
The female sex is so formed as to be affection, and d. lust, 568.
By woman is understood the Church, 252, 253.
Women d. the things which belong to charity, 6014;
goods, 8337, 8338.
The seed of the woman d. faith, 255.
The Lord is called the Seed of the woman, 256.
The woman of a servant d. delight, 8979, 8980.
A maidservant and a female d. the affection of truth, with a difference between them,-those who are in truths and not in affection, who are men; thus what the nature of the females is, 8994:2.

Womb (uterus).
Angels of the inmost heaven are present with those who are gestating in the womb, 5052e.
The Lord is called the Maker and Former from the womb, because He regenerates man, 8043:3.
Womb s. the inmost of conjugial love in which is innocence, 4918;
the conjunction of good and truth; why, 6433;
where truth and good lie conceived, 9042.
The maternal womb d. chaste conjugial love, and love towards infants therefrom, 1803:3.
What closing to close the womb s., 2586, 2588:2.
To carry in the womb d. to conceive the good of celestial love, 3755.
To gestate in the womb d. the initiation of truth into good, 9042.
To be in the womb and to come forth from the womb d. to be regenerated, 9042.
To open the womb d. to become a Church, and because this is effected by means of doctrinal things, by to open the womb is sd. the doctrines of the Church, 3856;
to give the faculty of receiving and acknowledging the goods of truth, and the truths of good, 3967.
The opening of the womb d. the firstborn, and good, 4925:6;
the faith from charity which belongs to the regenerated, 8043, 8074.
To go forth from the womb d. to be regenerated, 4918.
From the womb and matrix d. from the beginning of the Church, 5550.
Those borne from the womb d. those who are being regenerated and made a Church, 4918:2.
From the womb of the dawn d. the Lord, thus the Divine love from which He fought, 2405:4.
Not to stand in the womb of the sons d. not staying in the good of the truth which belongs to the Church, 4918:2.
A woman with child d. the formation of good from truth, 9042.
To bring forth s. to acknowledge by faith and act, 9043.
Bringing forth d. the spiritual good from the internal man in the natural, 9043e.

Wonder. See MARVEL under MIRACLE.

Wonder, To (mirari). See also AMAZEMENT.

Wood (lignum).
Woods s. the lowest things of the will, and that according to their quality, 643:2;
the good of the affections, and the evil of lusts, 643:4.
Wood d. good, 8354;
illustrated, 3720.
Who the hewers of wood are, 1110.
Concerning hewers of wood; several things from experience, 4943, 8740.
Concerning the hewers of wood who are from the earth Jupiter, and whose faces shine 8740.
To cleave the woods of the burnt-offering d. the merit of righteousness; the wood d. the good which is of works, 2784, 2798, 2812.
To dispose woods d. to adjoin merit to the Human Divine, 2812.
To cut woods in the forest with an axe d. to call something of the religious system into question and to dispute, 9011:3.
What shittim wood s., see SHITTIM.

Wool of Goats (lana caprarum).
The wool of she-goats d. the truth of the good of innocence, or celestial truth, in the external man: shown, 9470.

Word (Verbum).

The Word of the Most Ancient and the Ancient Churches
The Word has been in all time, 2895.
The Word precedes before the Church can be established, 3786:2.
The Word in the Most Ancient Church was from revelation, and was inscribed on their hearts, 2896.
Concerning the representatives and significatives with the men of the Most Ancient Church, 2896.
The Word with the most ancient people was inscribed on their hearts, and the Lord was the Word to them; the Word with the ancient people was collected by them, and was a representative of the Lord, and a significative of His kingdom; thus it was the internal sense, and afterwards they had a written Word, both historical and prophetical; the internal sense has perished to-day, thus wisdom; until it is not known that there is an internal sense, 3432:2.
The Ancient Church had a written Word, which perished, and it consisted of historical books which were called The Wars of Jehovah, and prophetical books which were called The Enunciations, quoted by Moses, 2897.
This Word was Divine, like the Word in the Prophets: shown, 2897.
The Ancient Church had inspired historical and prophetical books, cited by Moses, which were their Word, 2686.
The Word of the Ancient Church; from Moses, 9942:5.
The Word in the Ancient Church was therefrom i.e. from the representatives and significatives collected by the men of the Most Ancient Church, 2897.

The Word in the Israelitish Church, and Its Styles.
In the Word all things are representative and significative, 1619.
Whence the representatives which are in the Word, and in the rites, arose, 2179:3.
Several things in the Word have arisen from representatives in the other life, and from correspondences, 2763.
That there was a Church in the land of Canaan from the most ancient times, and that there the Church continued, was because all things, there, were representative, and so the Word was written, in which each particular thing is representative and significative, 6516:2.
The representatives of places in the land of Canaan, which are in the Word, were from the Most Ancient Church, which was there; concerning which, 3686:2.
The representatives of the Jewish Church, and of the Word, arose from the significatives of the Most Ancient Church; and the doctrinals of the Ancient Church consisted in such things, 920:4.
Representatives and significatives arose from the Most Ancient Church, also among ancient profane writers, and it was then the only style, and was venerated among the Jews, 1756:2.
The Word through Moses and the Prophets was composed by means of representatives and significatives, and it could not be -written in another style, that it might have an internal sense, by which a communication of heaven with earth is made, 2899.
Prophetical Divine things were with others, which treat, in the internal sense, of the Lord; from the prophecy of Balaam, 2898.
Wise men of ancient time were delighted with the Word, that there were representatives and significatives therein, 2592:2, 2593.
The Word was written according to the doctrinal things of the ancients; the reason, 3419.
The Word was written as to the sense of the letter in the most natural form, otherwise it would not be comprehended, 8783;
and the erudite err who say they would receive the Word if it were otherwise written, and if heavenly things were plainly stated, 8783.
The Word is written by means of pure correspondences, and, therefore, it has force, 8615:3.
The Word was composed by means of pure correspondences, and, therefore, by means of it there is a conjunction of heaven with man, 10687.
The Word is dark to those who are of the spiritual Church, more so to the Jews, 8928.
There are four styles in the Word, 1139.
There are four different styles in the Word, 66.
The most ancient style was to describe things historically under types, 605.

The Word is according to appearances, 2242:3.
A thing is spoken of in the Word according to appearances, 589, 926, 1838.
In the Word a subject is spoken of according to appearances, lest they should be violated; an example from the Lord's anger, and other things; that the internal sense is otherwise; concerning which, 1874.
Why a subject is spoken of in the Word according to appearances, especially in the Old Testament, 2520:5.
Unless a matter were spoken of in the Word according to appearances and fallacies, it would not be received; and interior truths are not acknowledged, but they may be acknowledged by means of exterior truths which are in the literal sense, 3857.
The Word, or the doctrine of faith, is clothed by human appearances, 2719, 2720:8.
Apparent truths from the Word are adapted by the Lord, 1832.

The Literal Sense.
All things in general and particular, in the sense of the letter of the Word, are representative and significative, 1404, 1408, 1409.
The spiritual things of the Word cannot be otherwise presented than by means of natural things, 6943.
The literal sense of the Word is according to appearances, 6839.
The literal sense of the Word is from ideas of the world and natural things, but the internal sense is from ideas of heaven and spiritual things, and this is manifest from the former being wiped awa7, 3717.
The internal sense of the Word is to its literal sense as the light of heaven is to the light of the world, or as the day is to the shade of night, 3438:2.
In the internal sense there are myriads of things which constitute one in the literal sense, 3438e.
There are innumerable things in each particular of the Word; an experience, 6617, 6620.
There are innumerable things present in the particular contents of the Lord's Prayer; an experience, 6619.
In the literal sense of the Word there are lower, or exterior truths, 3431.
The external sense of the Word was changed, and made different on account of the Israelitish nation, which is treated of everywhere, and, therefore, the Law throughout is called Moses: illustrated and shown that it is so, 10453:3, 10461;
and the internal sense still remained the same, 10453:3, 10461.
The sense of the letter of the Word was changed on account of the Israelitish nation: illustrated by examples, 10603:2;
still the internal things of the Word are Divine, 10604.
The literal sense is and appears contrary to the internal sense, 3605:2, 3607, 3614:2.
It is said in the Word that the Lord condemns, and several other things; it signifies the contrary in the internal sense, 2395.
Several things appear in the sense of the letter not Divine, when yet from the internal sense they are; as civil laws and other things, 8971.
The Word, in the literal sense, is altogether unlike and as it were contradictory, 9025:2.
The Word in the internal sense is in a beautiful series, although in the literal sense it treats of various things: illustrated, 9022.
It is illustrated by example that the literal sense, especially the historical, is not attended to more than as objects that serve for heavenly ideas, 2143.
The internal sense is frequently manifest in the literal sense, 3440.
The things which belong to faith, from the literal sense of the Word, ought not to be extinguished, except after full inspection: illustrated, 9039.
The internal sense of the Word wonderfully corresponds to the literal sense: illustrated, 4357.
The sense of the letter of the Word is a plane in which interior things cease, and upon which they rest, 10436:2.
The Word in the letter is the support and foundation in which interior things cease, and upon which they subsist, 9430;
shown, 9433.
The internal sense of the Word is in the literal sense, as the soul is in the body, 4857:3.
The literal sense is as it were the body, and the internal sense the soul, and the former lives by means of the letter, 8943.
The sense of the letter does not reach to the angels, 1929.
The sense of the letter of the Word perishes when it passes from man to the angels, 2015.
The internal sense differs exceedingly from the sense of the letter, also a natural idea with man is turned into a spiritual idea with angels, 3131.
The angels have a spiritual idea of those things which are in the Word, and an idea remote from the sense of the letter; an example, 3316:2.
The difference between those who teach and learn from the literal sense of the Word, and those who do so from the doctrine of the Church drawn from the Word; the latter comprehend internal things, but the former only external things, 9025:3.
They who are in the literal sense alone are doubtful, wavering, and change; they who are in the internal sense at the same time, are firm illustrated, 3820.
The quality of the Word in the sense of the letter, if at the same time it is not understood as to the internal sense an example, 10402.

The Historical Parts of the Word.
The historicals of the Word similarly contain internal arcana, 755:4.
The historical Word has an internal sense as much as the prophetical, 2310, 2333e; the Word is different in the internal sense, because it is sent down from the Lord through heaven, and because it unites heaven and earth, 2310:2.
The historicals respecting the Israelitish and Jewish people are such as are in the letter, but in the internal sense those which they represent deeds also thus exist as representations according to which the Word is written, consequently also the Lord spoke in like manner; otherwise what He said would not be received by man, nor understood by angels, 3652:5.
If the historicals were the Word, except from the internal sense, several persons esteemed holy and as gods, as Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, when yet they are nothing more than others in the other life, 3229.
There is an internal historical sense when it is limited to the nation which is treated of in the Word, 4279:2, 4306.
The things which are in the historical sense of the letter are limited to persons; in the internal sense, they refer to a subject, 3776.
The internal sense does not appear in the historicals; the reason, 6597.
In the merely historical parts of the Word the Divine is not, but inwardly in them, 4989:2.
The historicals of the Word are not Divine, except from the internal sense, for they treat of men, 3228.
The historical things of the Word are turned into the spiritual sense with angels, and at length into the Divine sense, 4373:2.
Angels understand the historicals of the Word spiritually illustrated, 6884.
The historicals of the Word are external truths, all which at first serve those who are being regenerated, 3690.
The historicals of the Word are representative, 1709.
The historicals of the Word are representative and significative, 1659.
Historicals are truths, but representative words (verba) are significative, 1783.
Historicals of the Word are representative, and all the words (verba) are significative; otherwise such things could not be treated of in the Divine Word, 2607.
The historical accounts of creation in the first chapters of Genesis are composed historicals illustrated from various things therein, 8891:4.
The things which are in the first chapters of Genesis are composed historicals illustrated from the books of that time, 9942.

The External, the Internal, and the Inmost Sense.
The Word is as the Tabernacle; it has an inmost, an internal, and an external, 3439e.
In the sense of the letter of the Word there is the spiritual sense, in this the celestial, and so the Divine Itself illustrated, 9407.
In the external sense of the Word there is the internal, and one also inwardly in that, 10614, 10627.
The supreme sense relates to the Lord, but the relative sense has respect to His kingdom, 3245.
The Word is such that both historical things, which belong to the sense of the letter, and spiritual things, which belong to the internal sense, are in their own series, 3304:3.
Why very many things in the Word have an opposite sense, 4816.
How much the external and the internal sense of the Word differ, 9396.
The literal and the internal sense of the Word are not opposite, although they appear so, but they correspond; they appear opposite, because man is what is opposed, 3425.
The Word in the letter is not annulled, but confirmed by means of the internal sense; and as to every point and jot is holy and Divine illustrated and shown, 9349.
The external sense of the Word is holy from the internal, not without it illustrated, 10276:8.
What is holy from the internal flows in with those who hold the Word as holy, unknown to them, 6789:2.
What the holy internal and the holy external of the Word are, which Moses represented, 9419:2.
The laws prescribed for the Jews in the Old Testament are not binding on Christians, and still they are holy from the internal sense, 9211:2.
Laws were laid down respecting things which rarely happened, and yet they are most worthy on account of the internal sense, 9259.
The internal sense in the external is the glory in the cloud, 6343e.
The quality of the Word in the internal sense is, in the literal sense, as projections around an optical cylinder, in which an image is presented, 1871.
The external sense of the Word is for man, the internal sense for angels, that they may be consociated, 3982e.
The internal sense is for spirits and angels, because their ideas are celestial and spiritual illustrated by means of examples, 2333:2.
The internal sense is for angels, and the things that are therein are esteemed precious by them; the reasons, 2540:2, 2541, 2545, 2551, 2574:2.
The natural sense with men is transmuted immediately into the spiritual sense with angels, and this suddenly, because there is a correspondence, 5648:2.
The idea of a person is turned into the idea of a thing in the internal sense, 5225, 5287.
The light of truth in the external of the Word is for those who are in the internal, 10691, 10694.
They who are in the external without the internal do not endure internal things illustrated, 10694:2.
To worship the external things of the Word, and of the Church, separated from the internal things, is idolatrous illustrated, 10399.
What it is to see internal things from external, as to see those things which belong to the internal sense from the literal sense of the Word, 1807.
How the internal sense is perceived from the external sense; it is momentarily, without the cognition of what is in the natural, 10215.
In the precepts of the Decalogue there is an internal sense; confirmed, 8900.
The precepts of life are of use in both the external and internal sense, 2609.
The laws, judgments, and statutes are things which avail in each sense, and are to be done throughout; some are of use if so disposed, and some are abrogated; verses are cited, 9349.
Nevertheless they are equally holy, or are equally the Divine Word, 9349:3.

The Internal Sense.
Concerning the internal sense of the Word, 1, 4, 64-66, 167, 605, 920, 937, 1143, 1224, 1404, 1405, 1408, 1409, 1492, 1540, 1659, 1756, 1767-1777, 1783, 1807, 1869-1879.
In the Word there is an internal sense, 1143.
That there is an internal sense to the Word shown by passages of Scripture cited from the Evangelists, 2135.
That there is an internal sense of the Word is manifest from the prophetical things of Israel, concerning his sons, in that nothing that was said befell them, 6333, 6361, 6415, 6438, 6444.
The prophetical things are of no use in many places without an internal sense; examples, 2608e.
In some places there is no sense, unless there is an internal sense: shown, 8398e.
The statutes and laws respecting the passover, and why there are such things, cannot be comprehended without the internal sense, 8020.
Without the internal sense, the reason why the Holy Supper was instituted is not known, nor what the flesh, the body, and the bread therein signify, 8682e.
They who do not know the internal sense of the Word badly explain the Lord's words (verba) to Peter respecting the keys of the kingdom of the heavens, Preface to Gen. xxii. ante 2760.
I have spoken with those who are famous in the Word, 1114.
I have now seen the Word in the internal sense, 1772.
The internal sense was dictated from heaven, 6597e.
The internal sense of the Word is disclosed when the Church is vastated, because then truths cannot be profaned, 3398:4.
What "the Word is closed" means: illustrated from the Jews and others; they see nothing but the sense of the letter, nor are they willing to know the internal sense, 3769:2.
Why the interiors of the Word were not disclosed to the Jews, 2520:5.
The Word is disclosed when love to the Lord and charity towards the neighbour are taken for the principle, 3773.
The things which the Lord spoke have an internal sense in them, because He spoke from the Divine, 9086:2.
The Lord spoke from the Divine, thus in each particular of which there is an internal sense, 9049, 9063e.
The Lord has spoken by means of representatives and significatives, and thus He spoke at the same time before the world and before heaven, 4807.
The Lord spoke by means of representatives and significatives, because from the Divine Itself, 2900.
The Lord taught according to the comprehension of the people, but thought from the spiritual-celestial; whence there is an internal sense, 2533:2.
What the quality of the internal sense of the Word is, 1756.
The internal sense of the Word, and its quality: shown also from passages out of the Word, 1984.
The internal sense is elegant although mere names occur, 1224.
In the internal sense are contained what exceed apprehension, 3085:3, 3086.
The internal of the Word is also the internal of the Church and of worship, 10460.
How pure the Word is in the internal sense, although it appears as impure in the external, 2362:5.
How copious the internal sense of the Word is, 1965.
Sometimes the internal sense of the Word is more universal, because more remote; concerning which, 2004.
Not one jot can be absent from the Word without interruption of the series of things in the internal sense, 7933:3.
There are abstract matters in the internal sense, such as that people denote truths, and so forth; the reason that abstract matters do not limit ideas, 6653.
In the internal sense of the Word, time is not regarded, nor space, nor person, 5253.
In the internal sense of the Word, things follow agreeably to their own subject, 4502.
Jacob spoke on account of the internal sense, from a prophetic spirit: shown, 6306e.
No one can see the internal sense of the Word, except he who is in good, 3793e, 3798e.
A man who is in good thinks spiritually, thus according to the internal sense, although he does not know this: illustrated, 5614:2.
Those who are not in charity, but only in the science of the cognitions of faith, can never see the interior things in the Word, which relate to love and charity, 3416.
In the internal sense there are many things which do not fall into the understanding, and which are in no wise comprehended by one who is not regenerated, 4027.
There are inexplicable things in the Word, 1955e.
Several things in the internal sense of the Word cannot be explained, because they are most general and unknown, 4234:3.
The mystical sense of the Word is nothing else than the spiritual and the celestial, thus it treats of the Lord, His kingdom, and the Church, 4923:2.
If a man of the Most Ancient Church were to read the Word, he would see the internal sense clearly, otherwise than a man of the Ancient Church would, 4493:4.
The Word contains indefinite and infinite things, 3509e.
In the internal sense there is life and soul, 1405.
The principal things of the internal sense, and the holy things themselves of the Word, are, namely, the Divine Human of the Lord, love to Hun, love towards the neighbour, and that the Word to the least point is Divine, 3454.
What the sense of the Word is, demonstrated from the consideration of what the fruit of faith is, which is charity, love to the Lord, and thus the Lord, 1873.
The Word of the Lord contains indefinite arcana, which do not appear, 937.
The Word enfolds more arcana than one can believe shown, 1502:2.
The arcana of the internal sense are less manifest in the historical parts than in the prophetical, 2176.
The Word, also of the Old Testament, contains arcana in the internal sense, and it regards the Lord, whence is its life, 1-4.
How deeply arcana are hidden in the Word; and they do not appear from the letter, 2161:2.
It is repugnant at the present time to hear that hidden in the Word there are deeper things than can he comprehended, 3472.
They who are in no affection of truth for the sake of truth, sicken at the interior things of the Word; an experience, 5702.
The reasons that men deny and are averse to the internal sense of the Word, are that opposite things appear; they do not acknowledge the Lord and love the neighbour, of whom the internal sense treats; they invert the Word, and say that faith is the essential of the Church, and goods are the fruit of faith; concerning which; they are in a persuasive faith, thus stupid; concerning which; and they comprehend only the delight of the love of self and gain in reading the Word, 3425, 3427, 3428.
They reason whether a thing is, 3428.
They mention the internal sense among vain things, 4726.
The speech of those who reject the internal things of the Word, 1761.
They who contemn the Word, even by life, relate to the viscid substances of the blood, 5719.
They who deny the Word at heart blaspheme it illustrated, 9222.
What danger there is from the profanation of the Word, 571, 582.
The Word is vivified with man according to the life of charity and faith, 1776e.
Love towards the Lord and reverence from the interior are testified by means of charity towards the neighbour, 5066, 5067.

The Heavenly Marriage in the Word.
That there is a heavenly marriage in each particular of the Word, maybe seen under MARRIAGE.
In each particular of the Word there is a heavenly marriage, and, in the supreme sense, the Divine Marriage, or the Lord, 4137e.
In each particular of the Word there is a marriage of good and truth, 2712:3.
In the prophetical Word everywhere there are expressions that involve the marriage of good and truth, 2173.
In the Word goods and truths are ineffably conjoined, 10554.
In the sense of the letter there are sometimes two or three spoken of, and one in the internal sense, when the Lord is treated of, 2663.
There are several things in the sense of the letter which are one in the internal sense, as Jehovah and the Lord, 3035.
Where there are two in the sense of the letter there is one in the supreme sense, 4071.
There are two expressions for one thing in the Word, on account of the heavenly marriage: shown, 8339e.
In the Word there are words that express spiritual things, and those that express celestial things: briefly, 3969:14.
There are words in the Word which are predicated respecting truth, and those which are predicated respecting good, also those respecting both, 8314.
In the Word spiritual and celestial things are treated of distinctly, and they have their proper words, 793, 801:2.
In the prophetical Word there is the spiritual and the celestial; thence there are repetitions, 683, 707, 2516:3.
A repetition in the Word signifies that there is another subject, 734.
The Word of the Lord everywhere involves celestial and spiritual things, 639, 680.
Sometimes there is a kind of reciprocation described in the Word, as when good is in the place of truth, and truth in the place of good, and contrariwise, 2240:7.
Celestial angels form to themselves lights of ideas from affections in the Word, and spiritual angels from the significations of things, 2157, 2275.
In the Word there are sometimes two expressions, one involving what is general, the other something determinate in the general, 2212:2.

Conjunction by means of the Word.
The Word was necessary that there might be some revelation conjoining heaven and earth, because man was born to heavenly things, 1775.
The Word conjoins heaven and earth by means of the internal sense; and that there is an internal sense of the Word is manifest from those things which the Lord said about the darkening of the sun and moon, 2495.
By means of the Word there is a close connection with heaven; and without the Word the human race would perish, 9212e, 9216e.
Unless there were the Word the human race would perish: illustrated, 4217:3. See BOND.
By means of the internal sense the Word unites man with heaven, and through heaven, with the Lord, 4217:3.
The Word unites man with the Lord, 3476.
There is a close conjunction of man with the Lord by means of the Word: illustrated, 3735:2. The conjunction of the Lord with man takes place by means of the Word: references, 1375e.
In all things, in general and particular, of the Word there is a conjunction of the Lord with man by means of correspondences, and it is therefrom more wonderful than everything else written, 10632-10634.
By means of the Word there is conjunction of the Lord with man, and of heaven with the world; and unless there were a Word the human race would perish: illustrated, 10452:2.
There is no conjunction of the Lord with an external apart from an internal illustrated, 9380.
Conjunction of the Lord with man is by means of the Word, 9396:4.
Hence the Word is called a covenant, thus the tables and the ark wherein the law was, the tables also of the ark of the covenant: shown, 9396:4.

Inspiration, Revelation, and Enlightenment.
The Word is inspired as to every point, 9198e.
Each single jot of the Word is inspired, 1870.
How men explain and understand at the present time that the Word is inspired as to every jot, even the historicals, 1886.
No one at the present time knows where the Divine in the Word is, when yet it is in its spiritual and celestial sense illustrated, 9280.
The Word is Divine in such things as are abrogated illustrated, 10637.
All things in the Word have in themselves an internal sense, and this is inspiration illustrated, 9094e.
Concerning the various kinds of revelation in the four successive Churches, and in the fourth, or Christian, Church, by means of the Word; concerning which, 10355.
The most ancient people had an immediate revelation; the ancients after them had revelation by means of representatives, and afterwards by means of the Word, 10632:3.
That the Lord spoke with the living voice from Mount Sinai was because it was the beginning of the revelation of the Word, 8931.
By means of the light (lumen) of nature, thus by means of natural theology, nothing is known respecting God and heaven, but all things are known from revelation illustrated, 8944.
Concerning enlightenment from the Word, see ENLIGHTENMENT and DOCTRINE.
What enlightenment and perception therefrom are, 8694e.
He who is in good has enlightenment and perception, and thence he who reads the Word is in the affection of truth, 8694:2.
They receive influx and enlightenment, when they read the Word, who love truth for the sake of life, thus for the sake of truth, not they who love it for the sake of self and the world, 10548:2, 10551:2.
To those who are enlightened from the Word, the Lord gives an understanding of truth, and not a belief in contradictory things; exemplified from the Lord's passion on the cross, 10659:3.
He cannot be enlightened from the Word who appropriates to himself a doctrinal in which there is evil, 10640:2.
They who are led by the Lord see truths in the Word, but not they who are led by self, 10638:2.
Those things which are from one's own intelligence have no life in them, but those which are from the Word have, 8941; illustrated, 8944.
The internal man is actually in the internal sense of the Word, but cannot he enlightened otherwise than according to the cognitions in which he is when his internal is open, 10400e, 10402e.
The Lord speaks to-day with men by means of the Word, 10290.
Man has everything good from the Lord by means of truth, thus by means of the Word illustrated, 10661.
They who have been delighted with the Word have heat, varied according to their delectation; concerning which, 1773.

Doctrine from the Word.
Concerning doctrine from the Word, see DOCTRINE.
All instruction respecting the truths and goods of the Church and worship takes place by means of the external of the Word, but by those who are enlightened, 10548.
The doctrine of the Word is not understood, unless it is expounded rationally and sensibly, 2533:2.
See also DOCTRINE.
Man is instructed in the Word, when he reads it, according to the end and affection, 3436.
Doctrine from the Word must be the light (lucerna), and the internal sense teaches that very doctrine, 10400:3.
The truths of the Church are procured by means of doctrinals and the Word; when by doctrinals a man believes what others conclude, when by the Word he can believe that truths are from the Divine, 5402:2.
They who are in the affection of truth do not remain in doctrinals, but search from the Word whether they are truths illustrated, 5432.
The Word must be searched that it may be known whether doctrinals are true, 6047.
Many things are received from the fact that they are called Divine, but still they have need of confirmation, 3388.
The sense of the.
letter, without doctrine from the Word, leads into errors illustrated, 10431.
They who are in heresy interpret the Word from the sense of the letter to their own favour illustrated from those who are in faith separated, 4783.
The cause of heresies is that man is in external things without internal, and he thinks about self and the world, when he reads the Word illustrated, 10400:2.
He who is in simple good and believes the Word simply is not harmed, because innocence and charity are present, 3436.
It is not hurtful if one believes in the Word simply; but it is hurtful if one confirms false principles form the Word, 589.
It is not harmful, although a man be in fallacies from the Word 735.

The Lord in the Word.
The Lord said that the Scripture was fulfilled in Himself, but those things are in the internal sense shown by passages cited, 7933:2.
The Lord is the Word, or doctrine, 2533e.
The Lord is doctrine itself, because He is the Word; and the Word treats of Him and His kingdom, 2859.
The Word is the Divine Truth of the Lord, also Divine doctrine, and this in a threefold sense-in the supreme, the internal, and the literal, 3712.
The Lord is the Word in the supreme sense, in the internal sense, and in the literal sense, 3393.
In the supreme sense of the Word, because the Lord is there, is the Divine Itself; in the internal sense, because the Lord's kingdom in the heavens is there, is the Divine; and in the literal sense, because the Lord's kingdom on the earths is there, is the Divine, but with a difference of degrees, 3439.
The reason why so much in the internal sense treats of the union of the Divine Essence of the Lord with the Human, and of His perception and thought, is that the angels are in such things, and so are enlightened concerning the unition, 2249:2.
That the internal sense describes all the Lord's life, even as to the thoughts, was that the fact that the Lord would come might be present to the angels, and the human race might then be saved, 2523.
In the internal sense of the Word, all the states of the Lord's glorification are described illustrated, 7014.
That the Lord willed to be born on this our earth, and not on another, was for the sake of the Word, 9350-9362.
The principal reason was for the sake of the Word, 9352.
The Word could he put into writing on our earth, 9353.
The Word could then he published through the whole earth, 9354.
Once written it could be preserved for all posterity, 9355.
So it could be manifest that God has become Man even to all in the other life, 9356.
The Word is the union of heaven and the world, and in its supreme sense treats of the Lord, 9357.
On other earths the Divine truth is orally manifested by means of spirits and angels; and such things are not therefrom, 9358.
The Lord willed to be born on this earth so that He might become the Word even in the external sense shown, 9360.

The Word in the Spiritual World.
The Word of the Lord appears as the image of a man, in which heaven is represented, 1871.
The Word is, as it were, heaven in ultimates illustrated from the representative things in the other life, 10126.
The speech of the Word is angelic speech, but the ultimate, 3482.
What things the Lord spoke in parables are such that they fill the universal heaven, 4637.
The senses of the Word are according to the heavens; concerning which, 4279:2.
The Word is accommodated to angels, and to men, 7381.
All things in the Word are accommodated to those in the heavens, and to those on the earths, even the precepts of the Decalogue, 8862.
The Word is otherwise in the heavens than it is with man; and the internal sense in them is the Word, 1887.
The Divine Word is in an altogether other form in the heavens than it is on the earths, and also in varied forms in the heavens, 8920.
The quality of the sense of the Word in heaven, or in the internal sense shown, from the precepts of the Decalogue, 7089.
The quality of the internal and inmost sense of the Word, thus its quality in heaven, is described by means of interior and exterior thoughts illustrated, 10604:2, 10614:2.
The things which belong to the internal sense of the Word, appear to man as spread out, and of little moment, but they are essentials, and in a most beautiful coherence, and thus are seen in the light of heaven by the angels, 7153.
The Word of the Lord is presented as pleasant and beautiful before good spirits and angels, 1767, 1768.
The internal sense appears in the light of heaven, not so in the light of the world, 3086e.
They perceive the Word spiritually in heaven, 4480.
The things which are in the exposition of the Word, as to the internal sense, scarcely appear, but in heaven are in a most beautiful series, and in a heavenly form, 3376.
Many things of the internal sense fall only into the angelic apprehension, thus not in those things that belong to the light of the world, but into those that belong to the light of heaven, 2618, 2619, 2629e.
In heaven names and words are not perceived, 1434.
Angels do not understand even one word, still less the names in the Word, but the internal sense; an experience, 6465.
Names do not penetrate into heaven, nor can they who are there pronounce any name, 1876.
Natural ideas are turned into spiritual ideas in heaven, 3507.
The Word contains innumerable things represented to the angels, and understood by them, 167.
How much there is present in one word of the Word shown by means of open ideas, 1869.
The case is similar with each single word of the Word, 1870.
From the predication alone of a word in the Word, it may be known what subject is treated of, 2712e.
The Word is better perceived by angels when it is read by infant boys and girls, 1776.
An example respecting a certain one who saw and perceived the interior things of the Word borne to angelic spirits also others who perceived the interior things of the Word, 1769; and others similarly, 1770.
Some spirits have the interiors opened, and perceive the Word; some more, some less; they who have it less comprehend only the literal sense; the former with life, the latter without life, 1771.
They who place merit in works do not desire the interior things of the Word, but the literal sense, 1774;
they are represented by a little old woman deformed, but they who love the interior things of the Word are represented by a virgin decorously clothed, 1774e.
They who place merit in works mock the interiors of the Word; what their quality is, 1877.
Concerning those who deride, ridicule, blaspheme, and profane the Word, 1878.
A conspiracy by those who were deprived and dissipated, 1879.

Seriatim Statement of the Doctrine.
The doctrine concerning the Word, 10318-10325.
Man knows nothing about God, eternal life, love and faith, except by means of revelation, 10318.
The evils of the love of self and the world induce ignorance, and, therefore, these things are denied by many although they have revelation, 10319.
Consequently God considered the human race by giving the Word, 10320.
The Word is Divine in all things and each particular thing, 10321.
Because it is Divine, it is for angels and for men, and, therefore, it has a spiritual and a natural, or an internal and an external, sense, 10322.
Only the enlightened comprehend the Word, 10323.
It is to be comprehended by means of doctrine made by one who is enlightened, 10324.
The Books of the Word are those which have an internal sense; which they are is enumerated, 10325.

Whence names s. things in the Word; and other writers similarly learnt from the ancients that by names things are sd., 4442:2.
That words (cerba) mean things in the original language, is because the Word is truth, and whatever exists, exists by means of truth, and becomes a thing, 5075.
Word (verbum), in the original language, d. a timing and what is real, 5272.
Words (verba) s. things, 1785;
truths, 4692;
one doctrine in particular; and the Word, all the doctrine concerning charity and faith, 1288.
Words (verba) and judgments d. truths of the spiritual state and truths of the natural state, 9383.
The Word d. the Divine Truth, 9987.
The ten words (verba) d. all Divine truths, 10688.
Word d. discourse thought of the mind, thus everything that really exists, consequently anything, 9987.
Ordinances, or things to be kept, d. all things of the Word; the precepts thereof d. internal things; the statutes thereof d. the external things; and the laws d. all things of the Word in the particular, in the genuine sense, 3382.
That the quality of the Church is represented by various nations in the Word, in which they were when a Church, 3268.
The Word in the letter is the cloud, and in the internal sense is the glory, Preface to Gen. xviii. ante 2135.
Clouds d. the literal, or external sense of the Word, and glory d. the spiritual, or internal sense briefly shown, 5922.
The white horse mentioned in the Apocalypse d. the internal sense of the Word, and he sitting upon it d. the Lord, who is the Word, 2760.
By names in the Word are sd. things illustrated by examples everywhere, 1888.
Smoke d. the literal sense of the Word, 8916.
Enoch d. those who collected representatives and significations from them i.e. the men of the Most Ancient Church, 2896e.
Moses is the Law, and d. the historical Word, 5922.
The Law and the Prophets, or Moses and the Prophets, d. all the historical and prophetical books of the Old Testament, 2606.
How in the internal of the Word, "Lead thou us not into temptation" is understood, 1875.
By the Word, in John i.1-14, which is with God, and God was the Word, is sd. the Lord as to the Divine Human, thus Truth, consequently all revelation, and the Word Itself, 2894.
What "the Word was with God" s., 2803:4.
The Divine Truth is that from which everything real is; what "by means of the Word all things were made" s., 5272.
The Lord rose again on the third day, also involves that the internal sense of the Word about the consummation of the age, which also is the third day, is disclosed, 2813:3.

Word (vox). See VOICE.

Work, Works, To Work (opus, opera, operari).
The celestial man is called the work of God, 88.
The quality of those who place merit in works, 1110, 1111.
Good works are evil works, unless those things which belong to the love of self and the world are removed; and they are good when these have been removed, 3147:7.
Works ought to correspond to the good of faith, that they may be good works, because they are according to the good of faith, and also with respect to the good of faith are as the face to the will, 3934:2.
Charity shows itself in works; and works contain in themselves all things of charity and faith illustrated and shown, 6073.
Truth does not become truth of the intelligence until it is in the will, and passes into the act, 4884:2.
That everyone is recompensed according to his works is often stated in the Word shown, 3934:4;
because man's will is in his works, 3934:7. He who is about to be regenerated begins from works; he who is regenerated ceases in works, 3934:8. Works include and conclude the interior things of man, and in them is the whole man, such as he is as to love and faith; and to be judged according to works is to be judged according to those things, 10331:3.
Work d. use, 5148.
What wisdom, intelligence, science, and work sin the genuine sense; they follow in order with the good; and they are one in the other with them, and so all are in works, 10331.
Works d. goods, 6048;
duties and uses, 6073.
That man is judged according to deeds, or works, d. according to the intentions which are in the works, 8911.
To work is predicated respecting good; hands have prepared, respecting truth, 8330.

Workman in Stone (opifex lapidis).
What workman in stone s., 9846. See STONE.

Works (opera). See WORK, LOVE, CHARITY, GOOD, FAITH.

World and World of Spirits (mundus et mundus spirituum).
Concerning the earths and worlds in the universe, see UNIVERSE.
The internal man is formed to the image of heaven, and the external to the image of the world, and so man is a microcosm, 6057.
The internal man is formed to the image of heaven, and the external to the image of the world; and intellectual and voluntary things are successively opened, and by what means references, 9279:2, 10156:4.
The states of life are inverted with the righteous and the unrighteous; with the former the world serves, but with the latter heaven serves, 9283:2.
How little wise respecting heaven he is who is in inverted order, because the world rules heaven with him, 9278:2.
Worldly and corporeal cares disperse heavenly ideas; an experience, 6309.
The world of spirits - how filthy its exterior and interior spheres are at the present time, is described, 2121-2124.
At the present time goods and truths from heaven are turned into evils and falsities there, 2123.
Spirits who are from hell, when with man, are in the world of spirits, and then in man's loves, 5852.
The world of spirits is where spirits who are with man are; where also men first come after death; and where the hells are terminated from higher things, and heaven from lower, so that it is interstitial between hell and heaven, 5852.

Worm (vermis). See INSECT.
The transformation of small worms into chrysalides and flying things is representative of conjugial love its quality, 2758.
The representation of the Lord's kingdom in small worms that become butterflies, 3000.
What various kinds of worms s., 9331:6. See INSECT.
Worm d. infernal torture, and is predicated respecting falsity shown, 8481.

Worship (cultus).
What internal and external worship are, 1083:3.
There is an internal in the worship of those who belong to the external Church, if they are in charity, 1100, 1151, 1153:2.
What it is to make internal worship external, 1175.
Worship is made external lest the internal should be profaned, 1327:3, 1328.
External worship without internal is no worship, 1094.
The Jews could be in external holiness of worship, without internal holiness illustrated, 4293:2.
The quality of a man of the internal Church, and the quality of a man of the external Church, 1098.
Internal things vivify worship, 1175:2.
In proportion as the interiors are profane external worship is profane, 1182.
They have worship solely external who do not believe in eternal life, 1200.
There ought to be external worship, 1618:2.
The Lord wishes for worship and glory from man, for the sake of man's salvation, and this is His glory illustrated, 10646:3.
The holiness of worship is according to the quality and quantity of the truth of faith implanted in charity, 2190.
Worship from good is true worship, but that from truth without good is external worship, 7724.
True worship is the life according to the precepts of faith, 7884:2.
The true worship, and the true love, of the Lord is to do His precepts illustrated and shown, 10143:5, 10153:4.
All worship that is truly worship is from the Lord, and not from man: illustrated, 10299:2.
The worship which pleases is from the Lord with man, but not from man, 10203.
Worship is either from spiritual good or from celestial good, 10242.
The quality of divine worship from spiritual things, and that from celestial things, 10295.
There is no worship, unless there is a certain activity from what is celestial, 1561.
A man is in worship when he is in love and charity, 1618.
In all worship there must be humiliation, 2327:2.
Worship is from the interiors of the scientifics of the Church, which are doctrinals, 9922:2.
The quality of the worship in which there is the love of self, 1304, 1306-1308, 1321, 1322.
Worship applied to man's loves is infernal; but it must be applied to heavenly loves, 10307-10309.
To imitate affections in worship from the proprium, as if they were heavenly, is infernal, 10309.
If man be worshipped as a god, and not the Lord, infernal spirits are worshipped: illustrated, 10642:2.
Babel d. worship in which there is the love of self, thus what is profaned, 1326.
From worship the quality of ends is known, 1571.
What fictitious worship is, 1195.
The Church would be one, if all had charity, although as to worship and doctrinal things they differ, 1285:3.
All divine worship ought to be from freedom, 1947:2.

Wound (vulnus). See PLAGUE.
Wound d. the injuring or extinction of those things which belong to exterior love in the voluntary, 9055.
Wound is predicated respecting the injuring of good; and plague, respecting the injuring of truth, 9056.
The wound of the plague d. the evil of life from falsity of doctrine, 9272:7.
Wound d. desolated faith, and bruise d. devastated charity, 431.
Boil and wound d. the filthy things from evils, 7524.

Wrapping (peplum). See VEIL.

Wrath (excandescentia). See ANGER.

Wrestling (luctatio).
Wrestling d. temptation, 4274.
Wrestling of God and she wrestled, from which Naphtali was named, in the supreme sense, d. own power; in the internal sense, temptation in which he overcame; and, in the external sense, resistance from the natural man, 3927, 3928.

Write, To, Writing (scribere, scriptura). See BOOK.
In the spiritual world there are also writings read by me, but not understood, 6516:3.
To write in a book d. in perpetual remenibrance shown, 8620.