FACE, the, cor. to the mind. 4791, 4805. The f. (Rev. iv.) cor. to affection. A. E. 280. F., when pred. of the Lord, s. mercy, peace, and food. 222, 223, 2434. In an opp. sense, anger and aversion, because a bad man is angry and turns himself away. A. R. 939. They in the other life appear without a f., who have nothing of rational life; for when no f. appears, it is a sign that there is no cor. of the interiors with the grand man, inasmuch as every one appears in the light of heaven, in the other life, according to cor.; hence the infernals appear in horrible deformity. 5387. The f. rep. spiritual and celestial things existing in­teriorly with man. 5571. To cover the f. (Ezek. xii. 12) s. that truth should not at all be seen. 5044. To fall upon the f. of anyone s. influx. 6499.
FACE OF THE DEEP (Gen. i. 2) s. the lust of the unregenerate man, and the falsities thence originating. 18.
FACE OF THE EARTH, the, in the spiritual world is altogether like the face of the church, among the spirits and angels there; the most beautiful face is where the angels of the superior heavens dwell; and it is also beautiful where the angels of the interior heavens dwell; but unbeautiful where evil spirits are. A. E. 417.
FACE OF THE FATHER, to see the (Matt, xviii. 10), s. to receive divine good from the Lord. A. E. 254.
FACE OF JEHOVAH or of the Lord, the,  s. the divine principle itself in its essence, which is divine love and divine wisdom, consequently, himself. The same is s. by the sun shining in his strength. (Rev. i. 6.) A. R. 53. The f. of J. (Num. vi. 25) s. divine love; by making his face to shine is s. the influx of divine truth; and by lifting up his face upon us is s. the influx of divine good. A. E. 340. The f. of the L., in a proper sense, is the sun of the angelic heaven. A. E. 412.
FACE OF A MAN, the, s. divine truth of the Word as to its wisdom. A. R. 243.
FACE OF THE WATER (Gen. i. 2) s. the knowledges of good and truth. 19.
FACES s. all the interior things of man, as well evil as good, by reason that they shine forth from the face. 2219. " I have seen God f. to f." (Gen. xxxii. 30), s. to sustain the most grievous temptations. 4299. All societies [in the spiritual world] have f. proper to them; when they go out the face changes; it is so with both the evil and the good. 4797.
FACES of the GROUND being DRIED (Gen. viii. 13) s. regeneration, when falsities no longer appeared. 898.
FACULTIES, the two, from the Lord with man are reason and freedom, or rationality and liberty. The Lord guards these as inviolate and sacred. D. P. 73, 96. When these two f. are one, they are called one mind. 65. They are what distinguish man from beast. D. L. W. 240.
FAINT," to (Isa. li. 21), s. to be dissipated. A. E. 724. The f. of the earth s. those of the church who are not in truths, but yet desire them. A. E. 219. See Swoonings.
FAIR, to be (Ps. xlv. 3), s. to be wise. A. E. 684. The fairness of the angels originates from a love of inward truth, and exists according to the state of it. 5199.
FAIRS and MARKETS (Ezek. xxvii. 19) s. acquisitions of truth and good. 3923.
FAITH s. the implantation of truth. A. E. 813. F., in the internal sense, is nothing else than charity. 3121. F. (Rev. iii. 15) is called the beginning of the work of God. A. E. 226. There are three causes why they were healed who had f. in the Lord; first, that they acknowledged his divine omnipotence, and that he was God; secondly, that f. is acknowledgment, and an intuitive acknowledgment in the spiritual world, brings one present to another; thirdly, that all diseases which the Lord healed cor. to spiritual diseases, which could be only cured by the Lord, through the medium of the above acknowledgment, and by repentance of life, wherefore he often said, " Thy sins are remitted; go and sin no more." This f. also was rep. and s. by this miraculous f., but the f. whereby the Lord healed the spiritually diseased, is not given, except by truths from the Word, and by a life according to them, A. E. 815. The reason why the Lord called his disciples men of little f., when they could not do miracles in his name, and why he himself could not work miracles in his own country, on account of their unbelief, was because the disciples indeed believed the Lord to be the Messiah, or Christ the son of God, and a prophet as it was written in the Word, but had not as yet believed him to be the omnipotent God, and that Jehovah the father was in him, and so long as they believed him to be a man. and not also God, his divine, which is omnipotent, could not be present by f., for f. brings the Lord present, but not a f. in him as a man only ; which also is the cause why he could not perform miracles in his own country, because there they saw him from infancy as another man, wherefore they could not associate the idea of his divinity, and when this is not approached, the Lord indeed is present, but not with his divine omnipotence in man. A. E. 815. No one can have f., till he comes to exercise his thinking faculty. A. R. 776. Saving f. is a f. in the Lord God the Saviour Jesus Christ, because directed towards a visible God, in whom is the invisible. U. T. 337. Man receives f., in consequence cf approaching to the Lord, of learning truths from the Word, and of living a life in conformity thereto. U. T. 343. The internal acknowledgment of truth which is f., does not take place in any but those who are in charity. F. 13. Historical f. always precedes, before it becomes saving f., for then historical f. becomes saving f., when man learns truths from the Word and lives according to them. A. E. 815. Miraculous f. was the first f. with those among whom the new [or first Christian] church was instituted; it is also the first f. with all in the Christian world at this day, wherefore the miracles of the Lord were wrought, are described, and also preached. A. E. 815. Natural f. without spiritual is to think those things which are in the Word from self, and f. natural from spiritual, is to think those things which are in the Word from God, although this also appears as of ourselves. A. E. 790. F. induced by miracles is not f., but persuasion. D. P. 131, 133. F. is compared to the night, and love to the day, as in Gen. i., where, speaking of the great luminaries, it is said that the greater luminary, or the sun, which s. love, rules by day, and the lesser luminary, or the moon, which s. f., rules by night (Vs. 14, 16.) 709. F. brings the Lord present, but love conjoins. A. E. 815. F. is the eye of love. 3863.
FAITH of the NEW HEAVEN and NEW CHURCH, in its universal form, is this: that the Lord from eternity, who is Jehovah, came into the world to subdue the hells, and glorify his humanity, and that without him no flesh could be saved, and that all will be saved who believe in him. U. T. 2. The esse of the f. of the new church is confidence in the Lord God the Saviour Jesus Christ; secondly, a trust that he who lives a good life, and believes aright, is saved by him. The essence of the f. of the new church, is truth from the Word. The existence of the f. of the new church, is, first, spiritual light; secondly, an harmonious agreement of truths; thirdly, conviction; fourthly, acknowledgment inscribed on the mind. States of the f. of the new church, are, first, infant f., adolescent, or youthful f, adult f.; secondly, f. of genuine truth, and f. of appearances of truth; thirdly, f. of memory, f. of reason, f. of light; fourthly, natural f., spiritual f., celestial f.; fifthly, living f., and miraculous f.; sixthly, free f., and forced f. U. T. 344.
FAITH of PERSUASION. Those who are under its influence, are alluded to, in Matt. vii. 22, 23, xxv. 11, 12, and Luke xiii. 26, 27. N. J. D. 119. The f. of p. has no residence in the interiors of the soul, but stands, as it were, in an outer gate in the court of the memory, where it is ready for service, whensoever, it is called upon. N. J. D. 118.
FAITH ALONE. They who are therein, and pray from the form of their faith, cannot do otherwise than make God three, and the Lord two, because they pray to God the father that he would have mercy for the sake of the son, and send the holy ghost. A. R. 537, 611. It is of the divine providence of the Lord, that they who have confirmed themselves in f. a. falsify truths, lest, if they knew holy truths, they should profane them. A. R. 688. The second table of the decalogue is a blank table to those who are in f. a. A. R. 461. F. separated from charity, is destructive of the church, and of all things appertaining thereto. F. 69. They who are principled in f. separated from charity, were rep. in the Word by the Philistines, and by the dragon in the Revelations and by the goats in Daniel and Matthew. F. 57, 61.
FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH, to be (Rev. ii. 10), in the natural sense, s. that they [who are here alluded to] must not depart from their fidelity, until the end of their lives; but in the spiritual sense, that they must receive and acknowledge truths, until falses are removed, and, as it were, abolished by them; for this sense is properly for those who are in the spiritual world, who are not liable to death; wherefore, by death is here meant the end of their temptations. A. R. 102.
FAITHFUL WITNESS (Rev. i. 5) s. the Lord with respect to divine truth. A. R. 18.
FALL, to (Rev. xiv. 3), s. to be dispersed. A. R. 631. To f. down on the knees (Gen. xxiv. 11), s. to dispose to what is holy. 3054. To f. on the faces of his brethren (Gen. xxv. 18), s. contentions about truth, in which superiority is gained. 3277. To f. upon the faces and to adore God (Rev. vii.), s. testification of humiliation of heart, from the good of love, and by truths from that good. A. E. 463. To f. prostrate, s. humiliation, reception, and acknowledgment. A. E. 290.
FALLACIES are those things which man reasons and concludes from the natural man without spiritual light, which is the light of the understanding ill. from the Lord; for the natural man takes the ideas of his thought from earthly, corporeal, and worldly things, which in themselves are material, and when the thought of man is not elevated above them, he thinks materially of spiritual things, which thought without spiritual light is wholly derived from natural loves and their delights. A. E. 781. F. overshadow and lusts suffocate [the things of faith]. There are f. of the senses merely natural, and also of a spiritual kind. 5084.
FALLOW DEER s. affection of good and truth.   6413.
FALSE, the. The evil of the will of man when it forms itself in his thoughts, so that its quality may be manifested to others, or to himself, is called the f.; wherefore the f. is the form of evil, as truth is the form of good. A. E. 543. There is a f. derived from evil, or a f. of evil; and there is an evil derived from the f., or an evil of the false, and again a f. thence derived, and thus in succession. 1679, 2243. The f. which is not of evil can be conjoined with good, but not the f. of evil; because the f. which is not of evil, is the f. in the understanding, and not in the will; but the f. of evil is the f. of the understanding from evil in the will. D. P. 318. A. C. 2863. There are three origins of what is f.; viz., one from the doctrine of the church, another from the fallacies of the senses, and a third from the life of lusts. 4729. The extirpation of f., must first take place among the clergy, and by their means among the laity. U. T. 785.
FALSE CHRISTS (Matt, xxiv.) are falses, or truths not divine.   3010.
FALSE PROPHET s. the doctrine of the false, from the truths of the Word being falsified. A. E. 998.
FALSE WITNESS.   Lies of every kind.   A. E. 10.
FALSIFY, to, the Word is pred. of those who acknowledge the Word, but apply it to favor their own loves and the principles of their own proper intelligence. A. E. 535. To f. the Word, is to take truths out of it, and apply them to confirm what is false, which is to extract truths from the Word, and to destroy them. A. R. 566. To f. the Word, and to profane the Word, are two distinct things. A. R. 541.
FALSIFICATION of the Word, to the destruction of its genuine sense, shuts heaven. A. E. 888.
FAMILIES, in an internal sense, s. probity, and also charity and love, for all things relating to mutual love are regarded in the heavens as consanguinities and relationships. 1159. F. (Gen. viii. 19) s. goodnesses and truths arranged in man by the Lord, according to order. 917. F. (Nahum iii. 4) have respect to truths. A. E. 354. F. s. goodnesses when pred. of nations, but truths when pred. of people. (Ps. xxii. 27,28. Ps. xcvi. 7.) 1291.
FAMILIES, TONGUES, COUNTRIES, and NATIONS. (Gen. x. 20.) F. have respect to manners [or morals]; t., to opinions; c., in general, with respect to opinions; and n., in general, with respect to manners [or morals]. 1216. F. have respect to charity; t. have respect to faith; c have respect, in general, to the things appertaining to faith; and n. have respect, in general, to the things appertaining to charity. 1251.
FAMINE s. a deprivation and rejection of knowledges of good and truth proceeding from evils of life; it also s. ignorance of the knowledges of truth and good, proceeding from a want or scarcity thereof in the church and likewise s. a desire to know and understand them. A. R. 323 A. C. 2799. Men of f. s. a scarcity of celestial knowledges, and a multitude dried up with thirsts, a scarcity of spiritual knowledges. (Isa. v. 12.) 1460. F. s. the privation of the knowledges of truth and good, and pestilence s. infections from falses. A. E. 734.
FAN (Matt. ii. 12) s. the separation of falses from goods.    A. E. 374.
FANTASY exists from sensual thought, while the ideas are closed to interior thought. T. C. R. 80.
FARINA of FINE FLOUR (Gen. xviii. 6) s. the spiritual and celestial which at that time appertained to the Lord. 2177.
FARE, to, SUMPTUOUSLY every DAY (Luke xvi. 19, 20) s. the satisfaction and delight which the Jewish people had in reading and possessing the Word. S. S. 40.
FARTHING. To pay the uttermost f. (Matt. v. 21, 26) s. the punishment which is called eternal fire. A. E. 1015.
FASHION, in general, is what a man fashions from the heart or will, and also what he fashions from the thought or persuasion, as in Ps. ciii. 14, and Deut. xxxi. 21. 585.
FASCICLE.   Multiplied truths disposed and arranged in the mind.  5339.
FAST, to (Mark ii. 19), s. to mourn on account of the defect of truth and good. A. E. 1189. Fasting cor. to temptation. A. E. 730.
FAT s. the celestial principle. 350, 354. F. things, full of marrow, s. goodnesses. 353, 2341. F. and blood s. interior goods and truths, and hence the Israelites, prior to the Lord's incarnation, were prohibited from eating thereof, because they were only in externals. A. E. 617. F. a. celestial life, and blood celestial spiritual life. (Lev. iii. 16.) 1001. To be f. and flourishing (Ps. xcii. 15) s. to be in the goods and in the truths of doctrine. A. E. 1159. F. is pred. of good, and plenteous, of truths. (Isa. xxx. 23.) A. E. 644. F. and splendid things (Rev. xviii. 15) s. affections of celestial and spiritual goods and truths. A. R. 782. See Feast of Fat Things.
FATE. There is no such thing as a predestined or fated course of action, but man is free. 6487.
FATLINGS s. celestial goods and the affections thereof, and the delights of those affections. A. R. 782. F. of Bashan (Ezek. xxxix. 11) s. goods of the natural man from a spiritual origin. A. E. 650.
FATNESS and the FOUNTAIN of LIVES (Ps. xxxvi. 8, 9) s. the celestial which has relation to love. 353.
FATHER s. the Lord as to divine good. A. E. 32, 200, 254. The Lord as to his all-creating divinity, and also as to his divine human, is called the f. A. R. 31, 613, 839. In heaven they know no other f. than the Lord; because the f. is in him, and he is one with the f., and when they see him, they see the f. 15,2004. " No man cometh unto the f. but by me " (John xiv. 6), s. that the f. is approached when the Lord is approached. A. E. 200. F. (Gen. xxxvii. 11) s. the Jewish religion derived from the ancient. 4703. F. (Gen. xxxvii. 12) s. the ancient and primitive Christian churches. 4706.
FATHER-IN-LAW den. good, from which exists good conjoined to truth. 6827, 6844.
FATHER and LORD. (Mal. i. 6.) Jehovah is here called f., from divine good, and L., from divine truth. A. E. 695. A. C. 3703.
FATHER and MOTHER, which a man is to leave (Gen. ii. 24, and Matt. xix. 4, 5), in a spiritual sense, are his proprium of will, and proprium of understanding. C. S. L. 194. In the spiritual sense by f. and m. is meant God and the church. U. T. 306.
FATHER and SON. The f. is in the s., and the s. in the f., and they are one, like soul and body in man, and thus they are one person. U. T. 112.
FATHER, SON, and HOLY SPIRIT s. the three essentials of the one and only God, Jesus Christ our Lord, in whose divine human person alone the whole divine trinity is concentrated, like soul, body, and operation in man. U. T. 164, 184.
FATHER, SON, MOTHER, and DAUGHTER. (Luke xii. 51, 53.) By f. against s., and by s. against the f., is understood evil against truth, and truth against evil; and by m. against d., and by the d. against the m., is understood the lust of the false against the affection of truth, and vice versa. A. E. 504.
FATHERLESS, the, s. those who are in good without truth, and are desirous by truth to be led to good. 4844.
FATHERS (Gen. xv. 5) s. the same thing as daughters and sons conjointly; viz., goodnesses and truths. 1853. F. (Deut. x. 15) s. the ancient and most ancient churches. 3703.
FAULT.   Man himself is in f., if he is not saved.   D. P. 327.
FEAR has various significations according to the thing which causes it. A. R. 511. F. s. love. 5459. F. (Gen. xxviii. 17) s. an holy alteration. 3718. Holy f., which sometimes is joined with a sacred tremor of the interiors of the mind, and sometimes with horripilation, supervenes, when life enters from the Lord, instead of man's proper life; in this holy f. was the prophet Daniel, John in the Apocalypse, Peter, James, and John, when the Lord was transfigured, the woman who saw him at the sepulchre, and others. A. R. 56.
FEAR NOT (Rev. i. 17; Dan. x. 5, 12; Matt. xvii. 5, 7; xxviii. 10, etc.) s. resuscitation to life, and at the same time adoration from the most profound humiliation. A. R. 56. What is introduced from f. does not remain. A. R. 164. To f. (Gen. xx. 8) s. aversion. 2543. To f. s. to disbelieve, or not to have faith and love, (See Isa. xliii. 1,5; xliv. 8; Mark v. 36 ; Luke i. 73, 75; iv. 40; viii. 49; xii. 7, 32.) 2826
FEAR of GOD, the, as used in the Word, s. worship, either grounded in f., or in the good of faith, or in the good of love; worship grounded, in f., when the subject treated of is concerning the unregenerate ; worship grounded in the good of faith, when the subject treated of is concerning the spiritual regenerate; and worship grounded in the good of love, when the subject treated of is concerning the celestial regenerate. 2826. The f. of God (Gen. xx. 10) s. a regard for divine or spiritual truth. 2553. To f. God, s. not to do evil. A. R. 527, 628. To f. God and give glory to him, s. to worship the Lord from holy truths, and to worship, or adore him, s. to worship the Lord from the good of love. A. E. 606. To f. the Lord is to worship and revere him, for in worship and all things appertaining to worship, there is a holy and reverential f., which is grounded in the consideration that the object of worship is to be honored, and not by any means to be injured. A. E. 696.
FEAR and DREAD. F. has relation to evils, and d., to falses. 986. F. here is mentioned for the spiritual man, and d. has respect to the natural man. (Isa. viii. 13.) A. E. 696.
FEAR and STRAITNESS are the first beginning of temptations.   4249.
FEARFUL, the, s. those who have no faith.   A. R. 891.
FEAST (Gen. xix. 3) s. cohabitation. 2341. To make a f. (Exod. v. 1) s. worship of the Lord from a joyful mind. 7093. F. s. the good of charity. 2371. F. (Jer. li. 39) s. the adulterations of good and truth. A. E. 481.
FEASTS OF CHARITY. Meeting together in cordial joy, and friendly union. T. C. R. 433.
FEAST OF FAT THINGS FULL OF MARROW, and of WINE ON THE LEES WELL REFINED. (Isa. xxv. 6.) Feast of fat things full of marrow, s. good both natural and spiritual, with joy of heart, and lees well refined, s. truths from that good, with felicity derived from them. A. E. 1159.
FEAST OF THE PASSOVER s. celebration of the Lord on account of liberation from damnation. 3994.
FEAST OF TABERNACLES s. the implantation of good by truths. A. E. 458. The f. of t. was instituted in memory of the most holy worship of the Lord, in t., by the most ancient people, and of their conjunction with him by love. A. R. 585.
FEAST OF WEEKS, instituted amongst the children of Israel, s. the implantation of truth in good. A. E. 911.
FEATHERS, spiritual good, from which truth is derived.    A. E. 283.
FEED, to, s. to teach. A. R. 383. To f. (Rev. xii. 6) s. to make provision for the increase of the New Church. A. R. 547.
FEEL, the sense of touch, cor. to the affection of good.    4404.
FEELING is the inmost and the all of perception; for the taste, smell, hearing, and sight, are no other than the genera thereof. 3528.
FEET, the, s. the natural principle, and when pred. of the Lord, his divine natural. 3761. A. R. 49. The f. cor. to the first, or ultimate heaven. A. E. 65. The place of his f. (Isa. Ix. 13) being spoken of the Lord, in a general sense, s. all things of heaven and the church, because the Lord as a sun is above the heavens; but in a particular sense, it s. the church in the natural world. A. E. 606. The reason why the moon was seen under the woman's f. (Rev. xii. 1), is because the church on earth is understood, which is not yet in conjunction with the church in the heavens; moon s. intelligence in the natural man, and faith, and its appearing under the f. s. that it is about to be upon earth ; otherwise, by f. is s. the church itself when in conjunction. A. R. 533. To stand upon the f., s. to be reformed, as to the external or natural man. A. R. 510.
FEET OF THE ANGEL, the (Rev. x. 1), s. the natural or literal sense of the Word. A. E. 600.
FEET and HOOFS (Ezek. xxxii. 2, 13) s. scientifics grounded in things sensual and natural, from which men reason concerning the mysteries of faith. 2163.
FELICITIES, the, of heaven, enter as man removes the love of evil and falsity. Exp. D. P. 39.
FEMALE s. good.   4005.
FEMALE ANGELS, those who are fond of children and love God. H. and H. 332.
FEMALE PRINCIPLE, the, is good grounded in truths. C. S. L. 61. A feminine p. produced from a male soul is from intellectual good, because this in its essence is truth; for the intellectual can think that this is good, thus that it is true, that it is good; it is otherwise with the will; this does not think what is good and true, but loves and does what is good and true, therefore by sons, in the Word, are s. truths, and by daughters, goods. C. L. S. 220.
FERMENT (Hosea vii. 4, and Luke xii. 1, etc.) s. the false of evil. D. P. 284.    See Leaven.
FERMENTATIONS, by spiritual, heterogeneous things are separated, and homogeneous conjoined. D. P. 25.
FERVOR OF JEHOVAH, the (La. xxxiv. 2), s. repugnance.   3614.
FEVER. A f. burns from unclean heats collected together. When man falls into such disease, which he had contracted from his life, instantly an unclean sphere cor. to the disease, adjoins itself, and is present as the fomenting cause. 5715. See Ague, Swoonings.
FIBRES and NERVES. F. s. the inmost forms proceeding from good, and n. s. truths. 5435. Ends are also rep. by the principles from which f. proceed, such as they are in the brain ; the thoughts thence derived, are rep. by the f. from those principles; and the actions thence flowing, by the n., which are from the f. 5189. All the f. and all the vessels of those who are in hell, are inverted. D. P. 296.
FIELD s. doctrine and whatever respects doctrine. 368. F. s. the good of life, wherein are to be implanted the things appertaining to faith ; i.e., the spiritual truths of the church. 3310. F. s. the church, because the church as a f. receives the seeds of good and of truth; for the church is in possession of the Word, from whence those seeds are received; hence also it is, that whatever is in a f. s. also somewhat appertaining to the church, as sowing, reaping, ripe corn, wheat, barley, etc., but this with a difference. 3766. F. (Ps. xcvi. 12) s. the good of the church. A. E. 326. F. (Joel i. 12) s. the church as to reception and procreation of truth and good. A. E. 374. By the part of the f. on which it rained (Amos iv. 7), is s. the doctrine of f. originating in charity; and by the part, or glebe, on which it did not rain, is s. the doctrine of faith without charity. 382. To come from the f. (Gen. xxv.) s. the studious application of good. 3317.
FIERY CHARIOT (2 Kings ii. 11) s. the doctrine of love and charity. 2762. See Chariot.
FIERY FLYING SERPENT. Those who confirm themselves in faith alone, are seen as the f. f. s. A. E. 386.
FIERY HOUSES (2 Kings ii. 14) s. the doctrine of faith derived from love and charity. 2762.
FIFTEEN (Gen. vii. 20) s. so few as to be scarce any thing.    792.
FIFTH PART, to take a, s. to make remains.    5291.
FIFTY s. what is full, and in Gen. xix., truths full of goodnesses. 2252.
FIG, from cor., s. the natural good of man, in conjunction with his spiritual good; but in an opp. sense, the natural good of man, separated from his spiritual good, which is not good. A. R. 334. The external good of the spiritual church. A. E. 638.
FIG LEAVES, with which Adam and Eve covered themselves, s. moral truths, under which they concealed the things appertaining to their love and pride. D. P. 313. See To Sew.
FIG TREE s. natural good, also the Jewish church. A. E. 834, 875. A. E. 386. F. t (Judges ix. 13) s. the external good of the celestial church. 9277.
FIGHT and WAR (Ps. cxliv. 1, 2), relate to temptations, and, in an internal sense, to the temptations of the Lord. 1788.
FILL, to (Gen. xlii. 25), den. to be gifted. 5487. To f. the mouth with good (Ps. ciii. 5), is to give understanding by means of knowledges. A. R. 244.
FILTH of the DAUGHTER OF ZION (Isa. iv. 4) s. the evil of self-love. A. E. 475.
FIND, not to be found any more, s. not to rise again.    A. E. 1183.
FINE, a, s. amendment, because inflicted for that end.    9045.
FINGER OF GOD (Exod. viii. 19) s. power from the divine principle. 7130.
FINGERS, ten, s. all things terminated in ultimates.    A. E. 675.
FINITE.   Every created thing is f.    U. T. 33, 34.
FIR TREE, the, s. the natural principle, as to good. 4014. Also, natural truth superior. A. E. 730. F. t. (Ezek. xxxi. 8) s. the perception of the natural man. A. E. 654. F. t., pine tree, and the box tree (Isa. lx. 13), s. the celestial natural things of the Lord's kingdom and church, consequently, such things as relate to external worship. 2162.
FIRE, in the scriptures, s. love, both in a good and bad sense. 934, 4909, 5215. The f. which was to be continually burning upon the altar, rep. the love, that is, the mercy of the Lord perpetual and eternal. 2177. F. in Luke iii. 16, s. divine good. A. R. 378. In the spiritual world, love appears at a distance as f. A. R. 422. It was on account of its cor. with divine love, that the Greeks and Romans amongst their religious ceremonies had a perpetual f., to which the vestal virgins were assembled. A. E. 504. F. from heaven s. testification, yea, an attestation that truth is truth; moreover f. s. celestial love, and hence zeal for the truth ; and in an opp. sense, infernal love, and consequently, zeal for falsehood. A. R. 468, 494, 599. A consuming f. from heaven was a testification that they were in evils and falses. A. R. 599. Infernal f. is no other than the mutation of divine love into evil love, and into the lusts of doing evil and hatred. A. E. 504. Strange f. (Lev. x. 1,2) s. all self-love and love of the world, and every lust arising from those loves. 934. F. s. self-love, and flame the pride of self-derived intelligence. (Joel i. 19.) A. E. 730. F. s. the good of celestial love, and flame the good of spiritual love. A. E. 504. Celestial love is respectively as a f., and the truth of doctrine as an oven, or furnace, in which bread is prepared. (Isa. iii. i).) A. E. 504. F. and hail, snow and vapors (Ps. cxlviii. 8), s. the pleasantnesses of the loves of the natural man, and their scientifics and knowledges. A. E. 419. F. and sulphur (Ezek. xxxviii. 23) s. evil of the false, and the false of evil. A. E. 644. F. and sulphur s. infernal love, and concupiscences thence derived. A. R. 452. To be burnt with f., s. the punishment of the profanation of what is sacred and holy. A. R. 748.
FIRE HEARTH of JEHOVAH s. celestial love.   A. E. 504.
FIRE BRAND, a smoking (Isa. vii. 4), s. the concupiscence of the false, and thence great wrath and anger against the truths and goods of the church. A. E. 559.
FIRMAMENT (Gen. i.) s. the internal man. 24. The f. of heaven is mutual love. 2027.
FIRMAMENT and WATERS above and beneath it. (Gen. i. 6.) The knowledges in the internal man are called the w. above, and scientifics pertaining to the external, beneath the f. 24.
FIRST AND LAST s. all and every particular, consequently, the whole. 10.335 The f. and the l. s. that the Lord is the only God. A. R. 92.
FIRST BEGOTTEN. The church then first exists with man, when the truth of doctrine conceived in the internal man, is born in the external. A. R. 17. F. b. from the dead (Rev. i. 5) s. the Lord, because with respect to his humanity, he is divine truth itself united to divine good, from whom all men, who in themselves are dead, are made alive. A. R. 17. F. b. from the dead (Rev. i. 5) s. truth in act and operation, which is the good of life, and which is the primary of the church. A. R. 17.
FiRST-BORN, in a supreme sense, rep. the Lord as to divine celestial love, and also those respectively who were of the celestial church. 3325. Inasmuch as the Lord alone is f.-b., being essential good, and from his good is all truth, therefore, that Jacob, who was not the f.-b., might rep. him, it was permitted him to buy the primogeniture from Esau his brother, etc. 4925. The f.-b., in the spiritual sense of the Word, is good, for with infants the good of innocence is first infused by the Lord, by virtue of which man first becomes a man: now, since good is of love, and man does not reflect upon bis own love, but only upon the thoughts of his memory, and since good has not at first a quality, but acquires one when it is formed in truths, and without a quality nothing is perceived, hence it was unknown that good was the primary principle, or f.-b., for good is first conceived from the Lord in man, and is produced by truths, in which good is manifested, in its own form and effigy. A. E. 434. The sanctification of the f.-b. (Exod. xiii.) s. faith in the Lord. 8038. F.-b. (Ps. lxxxix. 28) s. the Lord's humanity. A. R. 17.
FIRST-BORN OF EGYPT, the, which were all cut off, because condemned, s. in a spiritual sense, truth in doctrine and in faith, separate from the good of life, which truth in itself is dead. A. R. 17. (See also Ps. lxxviii. 51, and 1063.)
FIRST-BORN OF WORSHIP, the, s. the Lord, but the f.-b. of the church s. faith. 352.
FIRST FRUITS, the, s. that which first springs up, and afterwards grows is a child grows up to a, man, or as a young infant grows up to a tree, and hence they s. all which follows, till a thing is complete ; for every thing that follows is in the first, as the man is in the infant, and the tree in the young plant; and whereas this first exists before its successions, in like manner in heaven and in the church, therefore, the f. f. were holy unto the Lord, and the feast thereof was celebrated. A. R. 623. The f. f. of the land (Exod. xxiii. 19) s. the state of innocence which is in infancy. 3519.
FIRSTLINGS OF THE FLOCK (Gen. iv. 4) s. the holy principle which is of the Lord alone, for the f., or first-born, in the rep. church were all holy, because they had respect to the Lord, who is alone the first-born. 352. A. R. 290.
FISH s. sensual affections which are the ultimate affections of the natural man. Also, those who are in common truths, which are also ultimates of the natural man. Also, those who are in external falses. A. R. 405. F. laid upon the fire (John xxi. 9) rep. the reformation of the natural man by the good of love, of which description were all the men of that time, in consequence of the complete vastation of the church. A. E. 513. Broiled f. (Luke xxiv. 42) s. the truth of good appertaining to the natural and sensual man, and honeycomb, the good of the same truth. A. E. 619. Fishes s. scientifics. 42, 991. Fishes (Hab. i. 14-16) s. those who are in faith separate from charity. A. R. 405. To make as the fishes of the sea, s. to make altogether sensual. A. R. 991.
FISH-HOOK. To draw out with f.-h. (Amos iv. 2) s. to lead away from truths by the fallacies of the senses. A. E. 560.
FISH POOL. The higher and lower f. p. (Isa. xxii. 9, 10) s. such truths as are in thn interior and exterior senses of the Word. A. E. 453.
FISHER, in its spiritual meaning, s. one that searches out and teaches first natural truths, and afterwards such as are spiritual, in a rational way. I. 19. Fishers from Engedi unto Eneglaim (Ezek. xlvii. 10) s. those who shall instruct the natural man in the truths of faith. 40.
FITCHES and CUMMIN (Isa. xxviii. 25) s. scientifics.    10.669
FIVE s. much. 10.253 And also every thing, when two and three follow; but it s. some and few, when ten or twenty precedes or follows. A. E. 532. F. s. a sufficient quantity. 9689. Also, all things of one part. 9604. Also, some certain part. U. T. 199. F. (Gen. xiv. 9) s. disjunction. 1686. F., specifically, has a double s.; it s. a little, and hence somewhat, and it s. remains; the reason why it s. a little, is from its relation to those numbers which s. much; viz., to a thousand and to a hundred, and hence also to ten: from this ground it is that f. s. a little and also somewhat; the number f. s. remains when it has relation to ten, for ten s. remains. 5291.
FIVE HUNDRED AND FOUR THOUSAND, and EIGHTEEN THOUSAND. (Num. xlviii. 34, 35.) The former of these numbers s. all truths from good, and the latter all the truths of doctrine encompassing and defending the church. A. E. 438.
FIVE THOUSAND MEN besides WOMEN and CHILDREN (Matt. xiv. 15, 21) s. all who are of the church in truths from good; m., those who are in truths; w. and c., those who are in goods. A. E. 430.
FIX, to, a TENT s. a state of holy love.   4128.
FIX FIRM, the heart, is prod, of evil.    7616.
FLAGON of WATER, a (Gen. xxi. 14), s. a small portion of truth with which the spiritual are first gifted, or so much as they are then capable of receiving. 2674.
FLAGS (Exod. ii. 3) s. scientific falses.   6732.
FLAME s. spiritual good, and the light of it truth from that good. 3222, 6832. F. is the appearance of the love of evil. A. R. 384. A f. of fire (Rev. i. 14) s. spiritual love, which is charity, and when spoken of the Lord, his divine love. A. R. 48. A flaming fire (Ps. civ. 4), s.the celestial spiritual principle. 934. F. in the hells, is an appearance of the love of what is false, and fire there, is an appearance of the love of evil. A. R. 282. F., in the Word, s. the good things appertaining to love, and lights, the truths appertaining to faith. 3222.
FLAME of a SWORD TURNING ITSELF (Gen. iii. 24) s. self-love, with its wild lusts, and consequent persuasions, which carry man to things corporeal and worldly, and thus prevents the profanation of holy things, which is the tree of lives. 306.
FLATTERERS and HYPOCRITES have double thought.   Exp. D. P. 104.
FLAX (Exod. ix. 31) s. truth of the natural exterior principle. 7600. Smoking f. (Isa. xlii. 3),s. a little of truth from good. A. E. 951. F., or linen (Hosea ii. 5, 9), properly s. truth from the literal sense of the Word. A. E. 951. Fine f. (Isa. xix. 9) s. spiritual truth; and networks or tapestries are natural truths from a spiritual origin; and to make and to weave here s. to teach. A. E. 654.
FLEE s. to escape, and be rescued   A. E. 405.  To be overcome.  1689.
FLESH, in a good sense, s. the good of the will-principle, and in an opp. sense, the evil proprium of man. A. E. 1082. Every man in general, and the coporeal man in particular. 574. F. (John i. 14) s. the Lord's divine humanity. A. E. 1069. F. s. the good of the Word and of the church. A. R. 832. F., in the place of the rib (Gen. ii. 21), s. man's proprium, in which there is a vital principle. 147. One f. (Matt. xix. 5) s. one man (homo). C. S. L. 156. The will of the f. (John i. 13), s. the evil will-principle in man, also the corporeal man. 574. The f. of the sacrifice and burnt offering specifically s. spiritual good, but the bread of proposition, celestial good, and therefore not only f., but also bread was offered. 10.079. The f. of asses s. the proprium of the will, and the issue of horses, the proprium of the understanding thence, which perverts all things. (Ezek. xxiii. 20.) A. E. 654.
FLESH and SPIRIT. (Isa. xxxi. 3.) F. s. the proprium of man, and s. is the life from the Lord, A. E. 654. F. s. man, and s. the influx of truth and goodness from the Lord. (Joel ii. 28.) 574. To eat the f. of another s. to destroy his proprium. A. R. 748.
FLESH and BLOOD of the LORD.  Divine good and divine truth.   3813.
FLESH and BOXES.    See Body of the Lord.
FLESH POTS. To sit by them (Exod. xvi. 3) s. a life according to pleasure, and what is lusted after; for this life is the life of man's proprium. 8408.
FLIES, swarms of (Exod. viii. 21), s. the falses of malevolence. 7441. The f. that were sent upon Egypt, s. the falses in the extremes of the natural man, which are called sensual. A. E. 410.
FLIGHT (Matt. xiv. 20) s. removal from a state of the good of love and innocence. 3755. F. (Mark xiii. 18) s. the last time, which, when applied to each particular person, is the time of his death. 34.
FLINT s. truths.    2039.
FLOCK (Gen. xxvi.) den. interior or rational good. 343, 2566. Those who are in spiritual good. 3008. Natural interior good. (Gen. xxxii. 5.) 4244. The church where they are who are in simple good. 6828. F. of thine heritage s. those of the church who are in the spiritual things of the Word, which are the truths of its internal sense. A. E. 727. F. of Kedar s. divine celestial things, and the rams of Nebaioth, divine spiritual things. (Isa. lx. 7.) 2830. They within the church are called f., who are truly rational or internal men; hence it is, that by f. are s. also, in the abstract, essential, rational, or internal goodnesses; but they within the church are called herd, who are natural, or external men; hence also by herd are s. in the abstract, essential, natural, or external goodnesses. 2566. F. s. the spiritual things, and herds, the natural things of man. (Ps. viii. 8.) A. E. 513. F., herds, and tents (Gen. xiii. 5), s. those things with which the external man abounds, and here, those which could agree with the internal man. 1504.
FLOOD, a, s. truths in abundance. A. R. 564. The f. (Gen. vii.) not only s. the temptations which the man of the church called Noah musl needs sustain, before he could be regenerated, but likewise the desolation of those who were not in capacity to be regenerated; both temptations and desolations are in the Word compared to f., or inundations of waters, and are so called. 705. The f. s. damnation. 842. F. no more to destroy the earth, s. that such a deadly and suffocating persuasion should not any more exist. 1031. The f. was the end of the most ancient, and the beginning of the ancient church. 1263. The f. which the serpent cast out of his mouth (Rev. xii. 15) s. reasonings in abundance grounded in fallacies and appearances, which, if they are confirmed, appear externally like truths, but conceal within them falses in great abundance. A. R. 563.
FLOOR (Matt. iii. 12) s. the world of spirits which is between heaven and hell, and where the separation of evils and falses from goods and truths takes place. A. E. 374. F. (Hosea ix. 2) s. the Word as to the good of charity; and wine-press, as to the good of love; and by the wine-press here is understood oil, because there were wine-presses for oil as well as for wine. A. E. 695.
FLOUR, fine, MADE INTO CAKES, in general, rep. the same thing as bread; viz., the celestial principle of love, and its farina, the spiritual principle. 2177. Fine f. (Ezek. xvi. 19) s. the spiritual principle of charity. 2177, 5619. F., or meal, s. celestial truth ; and wheat, celestial good. A. R. 778. E. and oil s. truth and good from a spiritual origin, and honey, good from a natural origin. (Ezek. xvi. 13.) A. E. 1153.
FLOWERS. The budding and fructification of a tree rep. the rebirth of man, the growing green from the leaves rep. the first state, the blossoming the second, or the next before regeneration, and the fructification the third, which is the state itself of the regenerate; hence it is that leaves s. those things which are of intelligence, or the truths of faith; for these are the first things of the, rebirth or regeneration, but the f. [or blossoms] are those things which are of wisdom, or the goods of faith, because these proximately precede the rebirth or regeneration, and the fruits those things which are of life, or the works of charity, inasmuch as these are subsequent, and constitute the state itself of the regenerate. 5116. F. (1 Kings vi. 29-32) s. spiritual natural good, which is the good of the ultimate heaven. A. E. 458. The f. of a tree s. spiritual primitive truths in the rational man. A. R. 936. F. and flower-gardens s. scientific truths. 9558.
FLOWER OF GLORY, and HEAD of the FAT VALLEYS. (Isa. xxviii. 1.) F. of g. is truth in its first formation falling or perishing, and the head of the fat valleys is the intelligence of the natural man. A. E. 376.
FLOWING DOWN. The deflux of divine good produces a different effect with the good than with the evil. A. E. 502.
FLOW INTO. All which flows in through the spiritual mind comes from heaven, all through the natural mind from the world. D. L. W. 261.
FLOWS IN, all thought or affection,, from heaven or hell. D. P. 251, 288.
FLUCTUATIONS of the ARK (Gen. vii.) s. the changes of state in regeneration. 785-790.
FLUX pred. of those who are in natural love.   A. E. 163.
FLUXION, the, of the form of heaven is derived from the love of the Lord flowing in. 3889.
FLY, to, when spoken of the Lord, s. to foresee and to provide. A. R. 244. To f. when pred. of the Lord, also s. omnipresence. A. E. 529. To f. from the face of any one (Gen. xvi. 6) s. indignation. 1923. To f. and to fall (Gen. xiv. 10) s. to be conquered. 1689. To f. and go forth abroad (Gen. xxxix. 12) s. that separation was made, or that there was no longer anything common. 5009. To f. (Ps. xviii. 11) s. to ill. the middle heaven. A. E. 529. To f. as a cloud, and. as doves to their windows (Isa. lx. 7, 8), s. inquiry and investigation into truth, from the literal sense of the Word. A. E. 282. To f. in the midst of heaven (Rev. viii. 13) s. to instruct and foretell. A. R. 415. To f. into the wilderness, into her place (Rev. xii. 14), is pred. of the new church here s. by the woman clothed with the sun, and s. the divine circumspection and care and protection thereof while it is yet confined to a few. A. R. 561.
FOAM UPON THE FACE OF THE WATERS (Hosea x. 7) s. that which is made void and separate from truth. A. E. 391.
FOES, or ADVERSARIES, den. the falses of evil. 9314. When pred. of the Lord, s. to avert falses derived from evil. 9313.
FOETUS. Its formation, as to all and every part thereof, is a work of heaven. 5052. Its formation shows the formation of spiritual good by truth. 9042. While in the womb, it is in the province of the heart, but when separated from the womb, it enters by conjunction into the kingdom of the lungs. 4931. It has no voluntary motion before the lungs are opened. 3887.
FOLDS and PASTURES (Ezek. xxxiv. 14) s. the good things of love. 415.
FOAL and the SON of an ASS. (Gen. xlix. 11.) F. s. the external of the church, and the, s. of an a. the internal of the church, both as to truths from the Lord. A. E. 433.
FOLLOW, to, the LORD s. to acknowledge him, and to live according to his precepts. A. E. 864. See Cross.
FOLLY, INIQUITY, HYPOCRISY, and ERROR. (Isa. ix. 17.) F. has respect to the false, i. s. evil, h., the evils spoken against goods, and e., the falses which are spoken against truths. A. E. 386.
FOOD s. those things which are of use; f., in the internal sense, properly s. those things which nourish the soul of man, that is, which nourish him after the life of the body, for he then lives as soul or spirit, and has no longer need of material f. as in the world, but of spiritual f., which f. is all that which is of use, and all that which conduces to use; what conduces to use is to know what is good and true, what is of use, is to will and to do what is good and true; these are the things whereby the angels are nourished, and which are therefore called spiritual and celestial f. 5293. That goodnesses and truths are man's genuine f. or meat, may appear to every one, inasmuch as whosoever is deprived of them has not life, but is dead. The f., or meat, which the wicked want in another life, are the delights arising from evils, and the pleasantnesses arising from falses, which are the meats of death ; but the good in another life have celestial and spiritual f., which are the meats of life. 680, 681. F. is given from heaven by the Lord to every one in the spiritual world, according to the uses which he performs, and are like the f. in our world, but from a spiritual origin. A. R. 153. U. T. 281. F. is celestial, spiritual, and scientific. 1480. Every man has his peculiar and, as it were, his proper f., which is provided for him by the Lord before he is regenerated. 677. When man is eating f., the angels with him are. in the idea concerning good and truth, according to the species of such f. 5915.
FOOD and RAIMENT. F. s. all the internal which nourishes the soul, and r., all the external which as the body clothes it. All the internal refers to love and wisdom, and all the external to opulence and eminence. A. E. 1193.
FOOL. By a f. is s. he who is in falses and evils from the love of self; consequently, from self-derived intelligence. A. E. 386. To say " thou f." s. entire aversion to the good of charity. A. E. 746.
FOOT (Deut. xxxiii. 3) s. an inferior principle. 2714. To set the right f. on the sea and the left on the earth (Rev. x. 2-), s. that the Lord has the universal church under his intuition and dominion as well those therein who are in its externals, as those who are in its internals. A. R. 470.
FOOTSTOOL (Ps. cxxxii. 7) s. the Lord's church in the earths. A. E. 607. F. (Ps. ex. 1) s. the lowest region under the heavens, under which are the hells. A. E. 687. " To make thine enemies thy f." (Ps. ex. 1), s. to subjugate and keep under the hells. A. E. 850.
FORCE, to. Man ought to f. himself to do good, as of himself, but believing that all good is from the Lord. H. and H. 271. Man ought to f. himself to resist evil. D. P. 129.
FORCES. There are three f. inherent in every thing spiritual; the active, which is the divine love, or living f.; the creative f. which produces causes and effects from beginning to end through intermediates; and the formative f., which produces animals and vegetables from the ultimate substances of nature, collected in the earth. A. Cr. 97  F. den. the power of truth. 6343-4.
FOREHEAD, the, cor. to heavenly love. 9936. A. R. 729. The f. s. love both good and evil: because the face is the inmost of man's affections and the f. is the supreme part of the face; the brain, from which is the origin of all things of man's life, is next under the f. A. R. 347. The Lord looks at the angels in the f., and the angels look at the Lord through the eyes, because they look from the understanding of truth., hence proceeds conjunction. A. R. 380.
FOREIGNER, a (Exod. xii. 45), s. one who does good from his own natural disposition alone. 8002.
FOREKNOWLEDGE.    See Providence.
FORESIGHT, where providence is, there is f. 5195. He provides the good and the evil their places by f. D. P. 333.
FORESKIN, the, cor. to corporeal love, because that member which the f. touches cor. to spiritual and celestial love. A. E. 817. The f., inasmuch as it covers the genital, cor. in the most ancient church, to the obscuration of good and truth, but in the ancient church to their defilement. 4462. Also self-love. 205.
FOREST, a (Isa. xxxii. 15), is pred. of the natural man, but a garden, of the spiritual man. A. E. 730. In hell there appear f. in some places, consisting of trees which bear evil fruits, according to cor. A. R. 400. F. of the South (Ezek. xx. 46, 47), s. those who are in the light of truths, and extinguish it; consequently, it s. those in the church who are such. 1458.
FORGET, to. That to f., in the internal sense, s. nothing else but removal and apparent privation. 5170, 5278.
FORGIVE, to. Whensoever sins are removed, they are remitted or forgiven. D. P. 280.
FORM den. the essence or substance of a thing.    3821.
FORM, to, man, is pred. of the external man when made alive, or when he becomes celestial. 472.
FORM OF HEAVEN is like the f. of the human mind, the perfection of which increases according to the increase of truth and good, from whence are its intelligence and wisdom. L. J. 12.
FORMER from the womb (Isa. xliv. 2, 24; xlix. 1, 5) s. the reformer. A. R. 535.
FORMER THINGS, the, HAVE PASSED AWAY (Rev. xxi. 4) s. all grief of mind, fear of damnation, of evils and falses from hell, and of temptations arising from them, occasioned by the dragon who is cast out. A. R. 884.
FORMER YEARS (Mal. ii. 4) s. the ancient church.   349.
FORMS, all natural, both animate and inanimate, are rep. of spiritual and celestial things in the Lord's kingdom. 3002.
FORNICATION is lust, but not the lust of adultery. C. S. L. 448, 449. The lust of f. is grievous so far as it looks to adultery. C. S. L. 543. F. of Babylon with the kings of the earth (Rev. xviii. 3) s. the falsification of the truth of the church. A. R. 21.
FORTIFICATIONS den. truths so far as they defend good. 7297. Defence against falses and evils. A. E. 727.
FORTRESS, or BULWARK, is pred. of divine good.   A. E. 316.
FORTS and CAVES. (Ezek. xxxiii. 27.) F. are confirmations from the Word, and c. are confirmations from scientifics. A. E. 388.
FORTUNE is the divine providence in the ultimates of order, agreeing with the particular state of man. D. P. 212. See Contingencies.
FORTY s. a plenary state of temptation.    730.
FORTY DAYS and NIGHTS. Whereas whilst man is in temptation, he is in the vastation of all things appertaining to proprium, and which are corporeal (for the things of proprium and such as are corporeal must die by combats and temptations, before man is born again anew, or becomes spiritual and celestial), therefore also f. d. and n. s. further, the duration of vastation. 730.
FORTY-FIVE s. conjunction, the same as nine.    2269.
FORTY-TWO (2 Kings ii. 24) s. blasphemy. A. E. 781. A. R. 573. F.-t. months (Rev. xi. 2) s. until there is an end, and when there is no truth left. A. R. 489. F.-t. months (Rev. xiii. 5) s. plenary vastation and consummation. A. E. 796. F.-t. months (Rev. xiii. 5), or three days and a half, or a time and times, and half a time, or one thousand two hundred and sixty days (which make up the same time), s. until there is an end of the former church, and a beginning of the new. A. R. 583.
FOUL and FILTHY WATER cor. to that state in which a person is when he acts on account of his own glory and renown. S. D.
FOUNDATION s. truth on which heaven and the church, and its doctrines are founded. 9643. A. R. 902.
FOUNDATION of the HEAVENS. The basis and f. of the h. is the human race. 4618.
FOUNDATION of the WORLD s. the institution of the church. A. E. 391.
FOUNDATIONS of a WALL s. the knowledges of truth, whereupon doctrinals are founded. 9642. A. R. 902.
FOUNDATIONS of the MOUNTAINS (Deut, xxxii. 22) s. the hells, because self-love and the love of the world (here s. by mountains) reign there. 1691.
FOUNDER (Jer. x. 9) s. the same as workman, which see.    A. E. 585.
FOUNTAIN s. the Lord and the Word. A. R. 360, 384. F. s. superior truth, and well, inferior truth. 3096. F. (Ps. civ. 10) den. knowledges. 1949. F. of waters (Rev. xvi. 7) s. all truths of the Word serving the church for doctrine and life. A. R. 630. F. of the abyss den. evils of the will, and cataracts of heaven den. falses of the understanding. 843-845.
FOUR s. the conjunction of good and truth, and it derives this signification from the f. quarters in heaven. A. E. 384. A. R. 322. All respecting good. A. R. 348. See Sixteen.
FOUR ANIMALS, the, s. the superior heavens.    A. R. 369.
FOUR BEASTS seen by DANIEL s. successive states of the church, until it is entirely wasted as to goods and truths. A. R. 574.
FOUR-FIVE (Isa. xvii. 6) s. few who are in good.    A. E. 532.
FOUR HUNDRED s. vastation, temptations, and the duration thereof. 2959.
FOUR HUNDRED and THIRTY (Gen. xv. 18) den. temptations.    1847.
FOUR QUARTERS in HEAVEN. The Lord appears to the celestial angels as a sun, and to the spiritual as the moon. A. E. 422. See Quarters.
FOUR SQUARE s. what is just, because it has f. sides, and its f. sides look towards, or respect equally, the f. quarters, which is to respect all things from justice; and it is owing to this signification of f. s., that in common discourse a man is said to be s. when he is a man who does not from injustice incline either to this or that party. Moreover, the altar of burnt ottering, the altar of incense and the breastplate of judgment were f. s., etc. A. R. 905.
FOUR THOUSAND s. all truths from good.   A. E. 438.
FOUR WINDS of HEAVEN (Dan. viii. 8) s. every good and truth of heaven and the church, and the conjunction of them; but, in an opp. sense, every evil and false, and their conjunction. A. E. 441. See Elect.
FOUR and SIX. F. s. celestial good, and s., spiritual good ; for f. s. conjunction, and intimate conjunction with the Lord is by love towards him; but s. s. communication, and communication with the Lord is by charity towards our neighbor. A. E. 283.
FOURSCORE MEN, the, who came from SHECHEM, SHILOH, and SAMARIA (Jer. xli. 5), rep. the profanations of good and truth. A. E. 374.
FOURTEEN (Gen. xxxi. 40) s. a first period. 4177. The fourteenth year (Gen. xiv. 5) s. the first temptation of the Lord in childhood. 166.9.
FOURTH PART, a, s. the same as four.    A. R. 322.
FOWL s. spiritual truth; bird, natural truth; and winged thing, sensual truth. 777. F. s. intellectual things. 40. F. s. thoughts, and all that creeps on the ground, the sensual principle. 770, 998. F. of heaven (Hosea ii. 18) s. the affections of truth; and reptiles of the earth, the affection of the knowledges of truth and good. A. E. 357.
FOX. If man closes up the middle natural degree, which cor. to the middle spiritual, he becomes, with respect to love, like a f., and with respect to intellectual sight, like a bird of the evening. U. T. 34. They who are in self-derived prudence, are like f. and wolves. D. P. 311.
FRACTURE, a, in the feet and HANDS (Lev. xxi. 19, 21) s. perverted external worship. 2162.
FRAGMENTS, twelve baskets of (Matt. xiv. 20), s. knowledges of truth and good in all abundance and fulness. A. E. 430.
FRAGRANCE.   The affection of truth derived from good.    10.295.
FRAGRANT s. the truth of good.   5621.
FRANCE, the kingdom of. The state of the church there is more particularly alluded to in the internal sense of Rev. xvii. 12-14. A. R. 740-745.
FRANKINCENSE, by reason of its odor, rep. what is agreeable and acceptable. 2177. F. s. spiritual good. A. R. 277. F. (Matt. ii. 11) s. internal truth from good. 10.252.
FRAUD is evil opinion and intention. 4459. The love of self regards itself alone, and out of it grow thefts and frauds. D. P. 276.
FREEDOM is to think and will from affection. 2874. There is a heavenly f. and an infernal one. 2870, 2873. Man cannot be saved, but in the perfect exercise of f. 1937, 1947. Man's f. is more vigorous in the combats of temptations, in which he conquers; inasmuch as he then inwardly compels himself to resist evils, although it has a different appearance. 1937, 1947. Man is left free even to think and will evil, and also to do it, so far as the laws of his country do not forbid him. 10.777. Natural f. is with beasts, but natural and spiritual f. together are possessed by man. U. T. 205.
FREELY. For man to will f., as of himself, is from liberty given him by the Lord. D. P. 96.
FREEMEN and BONDMEN (Rev. vi. 15) s. those who know and understand from themselves, and those who know and understand from others. A. H. 337, 832.
FREE-WILL. The Lord is continually present, and gives the faculty of doing good, but man should open the door, that is, should receive the Lord, and he then receives him, when he does good from his Word ; this, although it appears to man to be done, as it were, of himself, nevertheless it is not of man, but of the Lord with him; the reason why it, should so appear to man is, because he perceives no other, than that he thinks and acts from himself. A. E. 741. Man, during his abode in this world, is held in the midst between heaven and hell, and this in a spiritual equilibrium, wherein f.-w. consists. U. T. 475-478. Without f.-w., in spiritual things, the Word of God would be of no manner of use, and consequently, no church could exist. U. T. 483, 484. Without f.-w., in spiritual things, there would be nothing about man, whereby he might join himself by reciprocation with the Lord, and consequently, there would be no imputation, but mere absolute predestination, which is shocking and detestable. U. T. 485. On a supposition of man's wanting f.-w., in spiritual things, it would be possible for all men throughout the world in the compass of one day to be induced to believe on the Lord; but the impossibility of such an effect taking place is grounded in this circumstance, that nothing remains or continues with man, but what is received freely, or from a free principle. U. T. 500-503.
FRENCH NATION, noble, so called because it holds the Word holy, and has not gone under the yoke of priestly domination. D. P. 257.
FRIEND (John xv. 14, 15) s. the spiritual man.    51.
FRIENDSHIP OF LOVE, the, contracted with a person without regard to the nature and quality of his spirit is detrimental after death. U. T. 446, 449, 454, 455.
FROGS s. ratiocinations proceeding from cupidities, because they croak and have pruriences. A. R. 702. F. were produced from the waters of Egypt, because the waters of Egypt s. falses of doctrine upon which their reasonings were founded. A. R. 702.
FRONTLETS between the EYES (Deut vi. 8) s. understanding.    1038.
FROST (Exod. xvi. 14) is pred. of truth being made good, which is the good of truth. 8459. See Hoar Front.
FROTH den. what is evil and false.    4744.
FRUCTIFICATIONS and MULTIPLICATIONS have not failed from the beginning of creation, neither will fail to eternity. D. P. 56.
FRUIT s. the state of will in good. 8608. F. (John xv. 4, 5) s. good works which the Lord works by man, and which man works of himself from the Lord. A. R. 463. First ripe f. s. faith. 1071. F. is what the Lord gives to the celestial man, but seed producing f., is what he gives to the spiritual man. (Gen. i. 29.) 57. F. s. wisdom, and leaf intelligence, which shall be for their use, and this use is medicine. (Ezek. xlvii. 12.) 57. F. of works (Jer. xxxii. 19) s. a life derived from charity. 627. F. rep. and s. charity. 2039. F. of the desire of the soul (Rev. xviii. 14) s. beatitudes and felicities of heaven. A. R. 782. The fruits of a tree s. the goods of love and charity. A. R. 936. See First Fruits.
FRUIT TREES s. man, as to the affection of good and the perception of truth. 401.
FRUITFUL, to be, is pred. of goodnesses, and to be multiplied, of truths. 1014, 1018.
FRUITFUL ONE s. spiritual good, which is the good of charity. A. E. 357.
FUGITIVE and VAGABOND IN THE EARTH, a (Gen. iv. 14), s. one who does not know what is true and good. 382.
FULFILLED. When the Lord said that all things which were written concerning him were f., he meant that all things were f. in their inmost sense. 7933.
FULL, or PERFECT BEFORE GOD (Rev. iii. 2), is pred. of works when the interiors and exteriors of man are in conjunction with the Lord. A. R. 160.
FULNESS is pred. of the natural ultimate and external principle. A. E. 448. F. (Ps. lxxxix. 12) s. goods and truths in the whole complex. A. E. 741.
FULNESS OF TIMES s. the devastation of all the goods and truths of the church when the Lord came into the world. A. E. 922.
FUNCTIONS. There are spiritual ones cor. to every natural one in the body, for the latter cannot exist but from the mind. D. P. 296. It is principally to the f. of the organs and viscera in the body, that the spiritual societies cor. 4223.
FURLONGS s. progressions in a series according to thoughts proceeding from affection. A. E. 924. F., being measured ways, s. leading truths. A.R. 176.
FURNACE and IRON. (Ps, lxxxi. 7; 1 Kings viii. 51.) F. is the natural man, and I., the scientific false. (See also Deut. iv. 20.) A. E. 540. See Iron.
FURNACE OF SMOKE s. the falses of concupiscences.   A. R. 422.
FURY is a receding from good, and anger is a receding from truth. 3517,3614,4052.
FUSE, or MELT.    See Engraving.
FUTURE. Solicitude about the f. makes dull, and retards the influx of spiritual life. 5177,8.
FUTURE EVENTS.   See Providence.

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