5810. And I will set mine eye upon him. That this signifies the influx then of truth from good, is evident from the signification of "setting the eye upon" anyone, as being to communicate the truth which is of faith. (That the "eye" corresponds to the intellectual sight, and to the truths of faith, may be seen, n. 4403-4421, 4523-4534.) And because "to set the eye upon" anyone is communication, it is also influx; for internal good, which Joseph represents, does not communicate except by influx with the truth represented by Benjamin, because this truth is below.