4089. I am the God of Bethel. That this signifies the Divine in the natural, is evident from the signification of "Bethel," as being good in the ultimate of order (see n. 3729), consequently in the natural; for this is the ultimate of order, because celestial and spiritual things are terminated therein. From this it is evident that the "God of Bethel" is the Divine in the natural. As "Bethel" signifies good in the natural, it also signifies the knowledges of celestial things there, for these are of good.