4615. Where Abraham and Isaac sojourned. That this signifies Divine life together, is evident from the signification of "sojourning," as being life (see n. 1463, 2025); and from the representation of Abraham, as being the Lord's Divine Itself (n. 1989, 2011, 3245, 3251, 3439, 3703, 4206, 4207); and from the representation of Isaac, as being His Divine rational (n. 1893, 2066, 2072, 2083, 2630, 2774, 3012, 3194, 3210, 4180). As the conjunction of the Divine natural with the Divine rational is the subject here treated of, Abraham and Isaac are named, and it is said that they "sojourned" there, in order that Divine life together may be signified, that is, together with the Divine natural, which is "Jacob." And because the Divine Itself, the Divine rational, and the Divine natural are one in the Lord, it is therefore said, "where also Abraham and Isaac sojourned" [peregrinatus] in the singular, and not [peregrinati] in the plural.