Haggaj 2

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1 På den een og tyvende Dag i den syvende Måned kom HE ENs Ord ved Profeten Haggaj således:

2 Sig til Judas Statholder Zerubbabel, Sjaltiels Søn, til Ypperstepræsten Josua, Jozadaks Søn, og til esten af Folket således:

3 Er der nogen tilbage iblandt eder af dem, der har set dette Hus i dets fordums Herlighed? Hvorledes tykkes det eder da nu? Er det ikke som intet i eders Øjne?

4 Dog vær kun trøstig, Zerubbabel, lyder det fra HE EN, vær kun trøstig, du Ypperstepræst Josua, Jozadaks Søn, vær kun trøstigt, alt Folket i Landet, lyder det fra HE EN. Arbejd kun, thi jeg er med eder, lyder det fra Hærskarers HE E,

5 og min Ånd bliver iblandt eder med den Pagt, jeg sluttede med eder, da I drog bort fra Ægypten; frygt ikke!

6 Thi så sigerHærskarers HE E: Endnu en Gang om en liden Stund vil jeg ryste Himmel og Jord, Hav og tørt Land,

7 og jeg vil ryste alle Folkene, og da skal alle Folkenes Skatte komme hid, og jeg fylder dette Hus med Herlighed, siger Hærskarers HE E.

8 Mit er Sølvet, og mit er Guldet, lyder det fra Hærskarers HE E.

9 Dette Hus's kommende Herlighed bliver større end den tidligere, siger Hærskarers HE E, og på dette Sted vil jeg give Fred, lyder det fra Hærskarers HE E.

10 På den fire og tyvende Dag i den niende Måned i Darius's andet egeringsår kom HE ENs Ord ved Profeten Haggaj således:

11 siger Hærskarers HE E: Bed Præsterne om Svar på følgende Spørgsmål:

12 "Dersom en Mand bærer helligt Kød i sin kappeflig og med Fligen rører ved Brød eller noget, som er kogt, eller ved Vin eller Olie eller nogen Slags Mad, bliver disse Ting så hellige?" Præsterne svarede nej.

13 Haggaj spurgte da: "Hvis en, som er blevet uren ved Lig, rører ved nogen af disse Ting, bliver den så uren?" Præsterne svarede ja.

14 Så tog Haggaj til Orde og sagde: Således er det i mine Øjne med disse Mennesker, således med dette Folk, lyder det fra HE EN, og således med alt deres Hænders Værk og med, hvad de ofrer der: det er urent.

15 Men læg nu Mærke til, hvorledes det går fra i Dag! Før Sten lagdes på Sten i HE ENs Hus,

16 hvorledes gik det eder da? Når man kom til en Dynge Korn på tyve Mål, var der ti; og kom man til en Vinperse for at øse halvtresindstyve Mål af Kummen, var der tyve.

17 Jeg slog eder med Kornbrand, ust og Hagl ved alt eders Arbejde, men I omvendte eder ikke til mig, lyder det fra HE EN.

18 Læg Mærke til, hvorledes det går fra i Dag, fra den fire og tyvende Dag i den niende Måned, fra den Dag Grunden lagdes til HE ENs Hus, læg Mærke dertil!

19 Er Sæden endnu i Laderne, står Vinstokken, Figentræet, Granatæbletræet og Oliventræet endnu uden Frugt? Fra i Dag velsigner jeg.

20 Og HE ENs Ord kom for anden Gang til Haggaj på den fire og tyvende bag i Måneden således:

21 Sig til Judas Statholder Zerubbabel: Jeg ryster Himmelen og Jorden

22 og omstyrter Kongernes Troner, tilintetgør Hedningerigernes Styrke og vælter Stridsvognene med deres Førere, og Heste og yttere skal styrte, og den ene skal falde for den andens Sværd.

23 På hin Dag, lyder det fra Hærskarers HE E, tager jeg dig, min Tjener Zerubbabel, Sjealtiels Søn. lyder det fra HE EN, og gør dig til en Seglring; thi dig har jeg udvalgt, lyder det fra Hærskarers HE E.

  


Exploring the Meaning of Haggaj 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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