Obadja 1

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1 Dies ist das Gesicht Obadjas. So spricht der HERR HERR von Edom: Wir haben vom HERRN gehöret, daß eine Botschaft unter die Heiden gesandt sei: Wohlauf, und laßt uns wider sie streiten!

2 Siehe, ich habe dich gering gemacht unter den Heiden und sehr verachtet.

3 Der Hochmut deines Herzens hat dich betrogen, weil du in der Felsen Klüften wohnest, in deinen hohen Schlössern, und sprichst in deinem Herzen: Wer will mich zu Boden stoßen?

4 Wenn du denn gleich in die Höhe führest wie ein Adler und machtest dein Nest zwischen den Sternen, dennoch will ich dich von dannen herunterstürzen, spricht der HERR.

5 Wenn Diebe oder Verstörer zu Nacht über dich kommen werden, wie sollst du so zunichte werden! Ja, sie sollen genug stehlen; und wenn die Weinleser über dich kommen, so sollen sie dir kein Nachlesen überbleiben lassen.

6 Wie sollen sie den Esau ausforschen und seine Schätze suchen!

7 Alle deine eigenen Bundesgenossen werden dich zum Lande hinausstoßen; die, Leute, auf die du deinen Trost setzest, werden dich betrügen und überwältigen; die dein Brot essen, werden dich verraten, ehe du es merken wirst.

8 Was gilt's? spricht der HERR, ich will zur selbigen Zeit die Weisen zu Edom zunichte machen und die Klugheit auf dem Gebirge Esau.

9 Denn deine Starken zu Theman sollen zagen, auf daß sie alle auf dem Gebirge Esau durch den Mord ausgerottet werden

10 um des Frevels willen, an deinem Bruder Jakob begangen.

11 Zu der Zeit, da du wider ihn stundest, da die Fremden sein Heer gefangen wegführeten und Ausländer zu seinen Toren einzogen und über Jerusalem das Los warfen, da warest du gleich wie derselbigen einer. Darum sollst du zu allen Schanden werden und ewiglich ausgerottet sein.

12 Du sollst nicht mehr so deine Lust sehen an deinem Bruder zur Zeit seines Elendes und sollst dich nicht freuen über die Kinder Juda zur Zeit ihres Jammers und sollst mit deinem Maul nicht so stolz reden zur Zeit ihrer Angst.

13 Du sollst nicht zum Tor meines Volks einziehen zur Zeit ihres Jammers; du sollst nicht deine Lust sehen an ihrem Unglück zur Zeit ihres Jammers; du sollst nicht wider sein Heer schicken zur Zeit seines Jammers;

14 du sollst nicht stehen an den Wegscheiden, seine Entronnenen zu morden; du sollst seine Übrigen nicht verraten zur Zeit der Angst.

15 Denn der Tag des HERRN ist nahe über alle Heiden. Wie du getan hast, soll dir wieder geschehen, und wie du verdienet hast, so soll dir's wieder auf deinen Kopf kommen.

16 Denn wie ihr auf meinem heiligen Berge getrunken habt, so sollen alle Heiden täglich trinken; ja, sie sollen's aussaufen und verschlingen, daß es sei, als wäre nie nichts dagewesen.

17 Aber auf dem Berge Zion sollen noch etliche errettet werden, die sollen Heiligtum sein; und das Haus Jakob soll seine Besitzer besitzen.

18 Und das Haus Jakob soll ein Feuer werden und das Haus Joseph eine Flamme, aber das Haus Esau Stroh. Das werden sie anzünden und verzehren, daß dem Hause Esau nichts überbleibe; denn der HERR hat's geredet.

19 Und die gegen Mittag werden das Gebirge Esau und die in Gründen werden die Philister besitzen; ja, sie werden das Feld Ephraim und das Feld Samaria besitzen und Benjamin das Gebirge Gilead.

20 Und die Vertriebenen dieses Heers der Kinder Israel, so unter den Kanaanitern bis gen Zarpath sind, und die Vertriebenen der Stadt Jerusalem, die zu Sepharad sind, werden die Städte gegen Mittag besitzen.

21 Und werden Heilande heraufkommen auf den Berg Zion, das Gebirge Esau zu richten. Also wird das Königreich des HERRN sein.

  

Exploring the Meaning of Obadja 1      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Obadiah 1, the sole chapter in this book, there's a prophecy of destruction for Edom. The people of the land of Edom -- the Edomites -- were descendants of Esau, so they were cousins and neighbors of the Jewish people.

In Swedenborg's sketch of the internal sense of this part of the Word, (The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 213), we find this:

- Edom represents people who are in self-intelligence and who pervert the sense of the letter of the word.
- In Obadiah 1:1-3, They must be combated, because they believe themselves to be more intelligent than others.
- In 1:4-5, They defend falsities by natural light, but they will perish, and with them, the falsities themselves.
- In 1:6, They have pride.
- In 1:7, They have no truths.
- In 1:8-9, They will perish on the day of judgment, because they have oppressed the church.
- In 1:10-14, They destroy the church still further, and this is their delight.
- In 1:15-16, Destruction will come upon them on the day of judgment.
- In 1:17, A new church will come into existence.
- In 1:18, in place of the former church, which is condemned.
- In 1:19-21, The new church will be in the understanding of truth, and those that are in it will be saved.

This story was written around 2600 years ago. There were people alive then who were impressed with their own intelligence. They didn't respect the Word's inner meaning, and twisted its literal meaning. In Obadiah 1:10, we see them even taking delight in destroying true ideas.

Today, maybe it's easier than ever to be impressed by our own intelligence, because we can do so much. We're putting vehicles on Mars, and making robots that can do back flips. But how should we regard the Word? We need to look at its deep meaning, to really understand spiritual truths -- so that we have the fundamental spiritual wisdom to hold and harness our intelligence -- and to be part of the Lord's church, where we're open to receiving his good and truth, and living by it.

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Exploring the Meaning of Obadiah 1      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Obadiah 1, the sole chapter in this book, there's a prophecy of destruction for Edom. The people of the land of Edom -- the Edomites -- were descendants of Esau, so they were cousins and neighbors of the Jewish people.

In Swedenborg's sketch of the internal sense of this part of the Word, (The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 213), we find this:

- Edom represents people who are in self-intelligence and who pervert the sense of the letter of the word.
- In Obadiah 1:1-3, They must be combated, because they believe themselves to be more intelligent than others.
- In 1:4-5, They defend falsities by natural light, but they will perish, and with them, the falsities themselves.
- In 1:6, They have pride.
- In 1:7, They have no truths.
- In 1:8-9, They will perish on the day of judgment, because they have oppressed the church.
- In 1:10-14, They destroy the church still further, and this is their delight.
- In 1:15-16, Destruction will come upon them on the day of judgment.
- In 1:17, A new church will come into existence.
- In 1:18, in place of the former church, which is condemned.
- In 1:19-21, The new church will be in the understanding of truth, and those that are in it will be saved.

This story was written around 2600 years ago. There were people alive then who were impressed with their own intelligence. They didn't respect the Word's inner meaning, and twisted its literal meaning. In Obadiah 1:10, we see them even taking delight in destroying true ideas.

Today, maybe it's easier than ever to be impressed by our own intelligence, because we can do so much. We're putting vehicles on Mars, and making robots that can do back flips. But how should we regard the Word? We need to look at its deep meaning, to really understand spiritual truths -- so that we have the fundamental spiritual wisdom to hold and harness our intelligence -- and to be part of the Lord's church, where we're open to receiving his good and truth, and living by it.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

der Propheten und der Psalmen Davids 210


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Die Himmlischen Geheimnisse 1197, 1458, 2606, 2851, 3322, 3901, 4117, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 164, 338, 591, 649, 704

Doctrine of the Lord 4

Die Lehre des neuen Jerusalem von der Heiligen Schrift 79

Wahre Christliche Religion 318


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 193, 405, 410, 448, 811, 919, 1005

An Invitation to the New Church 35

Scriptural Confirmations 9, 75

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