9950. For glory and for comeliness. That this signifies the truth of the spiritual church, is evident from the signification of "for glory and for comeliness," as being to present, in an internal and an external form, Divine truth such as it is in the spiritual kingdom joined to the celestial kingdom (see above, n. 9815); but here it denotes the truth of the spiritual church which is thence derived; for by Aaron is represented Divine good in the heavens, and by his sons the Divine truth thence derived. Moreover, the Divine good there is as a father, and the Divine Truth from it is as a son; and because this is so, by "father" in the Word is signified good, and by "sons" truths. And indeed truths are born from goods when the man is being born anew, that is, when he is being regenerated.