Hagaj 2

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1 Druge godine kralja Darija, sedmoga mjeseca, dvadeset i prvoga dana u mjesecu, dođe riječ Jahvina preko proroka Hagaja:

2 "Reci ovako Zerubabelu, sinu Šealtielovu, namjesniku judejskom, i Jošui, sinu Josadakovu, velikom svećeniku, i ostalom narodu:

3 'Ima li još koga među vama koji vidje ovaj Dom u njegovoj staroj slavi? A kakva ga sada vi vidite? Prema onome, nije li to k'o ništa u vašim očima?

4 Budi, dakle, junak, Zerubabele - riječ je Jahvina - budi junak, Jošua, sine Josadakov, veliki svećeniče! Budi junak, narode sve zemlje - riječ je Jahvina. Na posao! Jer, ja sam s vama! - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama!

5 Po obećanju što ga vama dadoh kad izađoste iz Egipta, duh moj posred vas ostaje. Ne bojte se!'

6 Jer ovako govori Jahve nad Vojskama: 'Zamalo, i ja ću potresti nebesa i zemlju, i more i kopno.

7 Potrest ću sve narode da dođe blago svih naroda, i slavom ću napunit ovaj Dom' - kaže Jahve nad Vojskama.

8 'Moje je zlato, moje je srebro' - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama.

9 'Slava ovoga drugog Doma bit će veća nego prvoga' - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama. 'I na ovom ću mjestu dati mir' - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama."

10 Dvadeset i četvrtoga dana devetoga mjeseca, druge godine kralja Darija, dođe riječ Jahvina preko proroka Hagaja:

11 Ovako govori Jahve nad Vojskama. "Pitaj svećenike što kaže Zakon i reci:

12 'Kad bi tko u skutu svoje haljine nosio posvećeno meso, ili bi se skutom dotakao kruha, jela, vina, ulja ili kakve god hrane, bi li to postalo sveto?'" Svećenici odgovoriše: "Ne!"

13 Hagaj dalje upita: "Kad bi netko koji se onečistio dodirnuvši mrtvaca dotakao nešto od onoga, bi li to postalo nečisto?" Svećenici odgovoriše: "Bilo bi nečisto."

14 Onda Hagaj ovako reče: "Takav je i ovaj puk, takav je ovaj narod preda mnom - riječ je Jahvina - takvo je svako djelo ruku njihovih, i sve što ovdje prinose: sve je nečisto!"

15 "A sada, promislite u srcu, od današnjega dana unapredak: Prije negoli se poče stavljati kamen na kamen u Jahvinu Svetištu,

16 kakvi ono bijaste? Dolažaste hrpi od dvadeset mjerica, a bješe ih samo deset! Dolažaste kaci da zahvatite pedeset mjerica, a bješe ih samo dvadeset!

17 Udarao sam snijeću, medljikom i grÓadom svako djelo vaših ruku, ali nikoga nema k meni" - riječ je Jahvina.

18 "Stoga dobro pripazite od današnjeg dana unapredak - od dvadeset i četvrtoga dana devetoga mjeseca, kad se stao graditi Hram Jahvin, pripazite dobro

19 ima li još žita u žitnici? Ni vinova loza ni smokva, ni mogranj ni maslina nisu rađali! Al' od ovog dana ja ću blagosloviti."

20 Dvadeset i četvrtoga dana istoga mjeseca dođe riječ Jahvina Hagaju drugi put:

21 "Reci ovako Zerubabelu, namjesniku judejskom: 'Ja ću potresti nebesa i zemlju!

22 Oborit ću prijestolja kraljevstvima i uništit ću moć kraljevima naroda. Prevrnut ću bojna kola i one na njima, konji i konjanici njihovi bit će oboreni, past će od mača brata svojega.'"

23 "Toga dana" - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama - "uzet ću te, Zerubabele, sine Šealtielov, slugo moja" - riječ je Jahvina - "i stavit ću te kao pečatnjak, jer tebe izabrah" - riječ je Jahve nad Vojskama.

  


Exploring the Meaning of Hagaj 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Chapter 2, Haggai comes a second time to Zerubbabel and Joshua, saying,

"Who is left among you that saw this house in her first glory? and how do ye see it now? is it not in your eyes in comparison of it as nothing?"

In verses 4-5 he encourages the people to be strong and persevere and in verses 6-9, he promises a great change coming. The Lord will bring about this change because an external church, a church that is just performing rituals, is of no use.

Only a church that leads people to do well in their lives, and in in their thoughts, because that is what the Lord says, is of any use. Once this truth has been falsified, or made “unclean” there is not much left of the church (verses 10-14).

Although there are abundant truths in the Word, in a church that is only external they are not found, because there is no use for them. In spite of the peoples' hardships, no one has bothered to question what they might be doing wrong.

From verse 18 Haggai’s prophecy becomes triumphant. "The seed is yet in the barn and the fig tree and the vine will come." The promise in verse 6 is repeated, "I will shake the heavens and the earth, and the sea and the dry land", i.e. He will overthrow all those who follow their own doctrine and their own false ideas.

The Lord will bring another church that is not the reconstructed ancient church or its representation, but a church built from a new knowledge of the Lord, and a new set of people. This, though not soon, will be the coming of the Lord himself. Zerubbabel is used to represent this as a shining signet, because, though governor, he was not of the Jewish people.

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Exploring the Meaning of Haggai 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Chapter 2, Haggai comes a second time to Zerubbabel and Joshua, saying,

"Who is left among you that saw this house in her first glory? and how do ye see it now? is it not in your eyes in comparison of it as nothing?"

In verses 4-5 he encourages the people to be strong and persevere and in verses 6-9, he promises a great change coming. The Lord will bring about this change because an external church, a church that is just performing rituals, is of no use.

Only a church that leads people to do well in their lives, and in in their thoughts, because that is what the Lord says, is of any use. Once this truth has been falsified, or made “unclean” there is not much left of the church (verses 10-14).

Although there are abundant truths in the Word, in a church that is only external they are not found, because there is no use for them. In spite of the peoples' hardships, no one has bothered to question what they might be doing wrong.

From verse 18 Haggai’s prophecy becomes triumphant. "The seed is yet in the barn and the fig tree and the vine will come." The promise in verse 6 is repeated, "I will shake the heavens and the earth, and the sea and the dry land", i.e. He will overthrow all those who follow their own doctrine and their own false ideas.

The Lord will bring another church that is not the reconstructed ancient church or its representation, but a church built from a new knowledge of the Lord, and a new set of people. This, though not soon, will be the coming of the Lord himself. Zerubbabel is used to represent this as a shining signet, because, though governor, he was not of the Jewish people.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 232


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 28, 1551, 2252, 3780, 3813, 4759, 5321, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 191, 298, 306, 331, 437, 694, 913

Heaven and Hell 287

True Christian Religion 727


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 79, 220, 242, 253, 355, 365, 400, ...

The White Horse - Appendix 1

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 58

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