Habacuc 2

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1 Je me tenais en sentinelle, j'étais debout dans la forteresse, et faisais le guet, pour voir ce qui me serait dit, et ce que je répondrais sur ma plainte.

2 Et l'Eternel m'a répondu, et m'a dit : Ecris la vision, et l'exprime lisiblement sur des tablettes, afin qu'on la lise couramment.

3 Car la vision [est] encore [différée] jusqu'à un certain temps, et [l'Eternel] parlera de ce qui arrivera à la fin, et il ne mentira point; s'il tarde, attends-le, car il ne manquera point de venir, et il ne tardera point.

4 Voici, l'âme qui s'élève [en quelqu'un] n'est point droite en lui; mais le juste vivra de sa foi.

5 Et combien plus l'homme adonné au vin est-il prévaricateur, et l'homme puissant est-il orgueilleux, ne se tenant point tranquille chez soi; qui élargit son âme comme le sépulcre, et qui est insatiable comme la mort, il amasse vers lui toutes les nations, et réunit à soi tous les peuples?

6 Tous ceux-là ne feront-ils pas de lui un sujet de raillerie et de sentences énigmatiques? Et ne dira-t-on pas : Malheur à celui qui assemble ce qui ne lui appartient point; jusqu'à quand le [fera t-il], et entassera-t-il sur soi de la boue épaisse?

7 N'y en aura-t-il point qui tout incontinent s'élèveront pour te mordre? Et ne s'en réveillera-t-il point qui te feront courir çà et là, et à qui tu seras en pillage?

8 Parce que tu as butiné plusieurs nations, tout le reste des peuples te butinera, et à cause aussi des meurtres des hommes, et de la violence [faite] au pays, à la ville, et à tous ses habitants.

9 Malheur à celui qui cherche à faire un gain injuste pour établir sa maison; afin de placer son nid en haut pour être délivré de la griffe du malin.

10 Tu as pris un conseil de confusion pour ta maison en consumant beaucoup de peuples, et tu as péché contre toi-même.

11 Car la pierre criera de la paroi, et les nœuds qui sont dans les poutres lui répondront.

12 Malheur à celui qui cimente la ville avec le sang, et qui fonde la ville sur l'iniquité.

13 Voici, n'[est]-ce pas de par l'Eternel des armées que les peuples travaillent pour en nourrir abondamment le feu, et que les nations se fatiguent très inutilement?

14 Mais la terre sera remplie de la connaissance de la gloire de l'Eternel, comme les eaux comblent la mer.

15 Malheur à celui qui fait boire son compagnon en lui approchant sa bouteille, et même l'enivrant, afin qu'on voie leur nudité.

16 Tu auras encore plus de déshonneur, que tu n'as eu de gloire; toi aussi bois, et montre ton opprobre; la coupe de la dextre de l'Eternel fera le tour parmi toi, et l'ignominie sera répandue sur ta gloire.

17 Car la violence [faite] au Liban te couvrira; et le dégât fait par les grosses bêtes les rendra tout étonnés, à cause des meurtres des hommes, et de la violence [faite] au pays, à la ville, et à tous ses habitants.

18 De quoi sert l'image taillée que son ouvrier l'ait taillée? Ce [n'est que] fonte, et qu'un docteur de mensonge; [de quoi sert-elle], pour que l'ouvrier qui fait des idoles muettes se fie en son ouvrage?

19 Malheur à ceux qui disent au bois, réveille-toi; [et] à la pierre muette, réveille-toi; enseignera-t-elle? Voici, elle [est] couverte d'or et d'argent, et toutefois il n'y a aucun esprit au-dedans.

20 Mais l'Eternel est au Temple de sa sainteté; toute la terre, tais-toi, redoutant sa présence.



Exploring the Meaning of Habacuc 2      

Napsal(a) Rev. George McCurdy

Israel’s disregard for spiritual things necessitated the Lord’s coming. The Lord spoke through Habakkuk to tell the Jewish Church what kind of battle would take place with His advent.

The Lord spoke about spiritual issues from what other nations saw. In reality, the other nations represented how distanced the Jewish Church had become from Him. The love of self was growing. Alongside of this growth, the people of the church were growing vile. Other nations (the Lord) noted these changes, and it caused them to hold Israel in contempt.

What did the other nations see? They saw Israel’s pride puffing up their own intelligence. The other nations saw that the church judged from externals alone. They noted that Israel was hatching doctrine out of falsities.

When the Lord comes, He tells the church that those who lead others astray will be made ashamed. The Lord tells them that the self-serving falsities will profit the evil nothing. What will last to eternity? The Divine Human.

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Exploring the Meaning of Habakkuk 2      

Napsal(a) Rev. George McCurdy

Israel’s disregard for spiritual things necessitated the Lord’s coming. The Lord spoke through Habakkuk to tell the Jewish Church what kind of battle would take place with His advent.

The Lord spoke about spiritual issues from what other nations saw. In reality, the other nations represented how distanced the Jewish Church had become from Him. The love of self was growing. Alongside of this growth, the people of the church were growing vile. Other nations (the Lord) noted these changes, and it caused them to hold Israel in contempt.

What did the other nations see? They saw Israel’s pride puffing up their own intelligence. The other nations saw that the church judged from externals alone. They noted that Israel was hatching doctrine out of falsities.

When the Lord comes, He tells the church that those who lead others astray will be made ashamed. The Lord tells them that the self-serving falsities will profit the evil nothing. What will last to eternity? The Divine Human.

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