Mikeás 3

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1 És mondám én: Halljátok, kérlek, Jákób fejedelmei és Izráel házának vezérei: Nem a ti tisztetek-é tudni az ítéletet?!

2 Ti, kik gyûlölitek a jót és kedvelitek a gonoszt! A kik levonszátok róluk bõrüket és csontjaikról az õ húsokat!

3 A kik megeszik az én népemnek húsát, és lenyúzzák róluk bõrüket, és összetörik csontjaikat, és feldarabolják, akár csak a fazékba, és mint húst a tálba.

4 Kiáltanak majd az Úrhoz, de nem hallgatja meg õket; sõt elrejti akkor orczáját elõlök, mivelhogy gonoszokká lettek cselekedeteik.

5 Így szól az Úr a próféták ellen, a kik elámítják az én népemet, a kik, ha van mit rágniok, békességet hirdetnek, az ellen pedig, a ki nem vet valamit szájokba, hadat indítanak.

6 Azért éjszaka [száll] rátok, hogy ne lássatok, és sötétség [jõ] rátok, hogy ne jövendölhessetek, és a nap lemegy a próféták felett, és elsötétül rajtok a nappal.

7 És megszégyenülnek a látók, és elpirulnak a jövendõmondók, és elfedik szájokat mindnyájan, mert nem lészen felelet Istentõl.

8 Én ellenben megteljesedem az Úr lelkének erejével, és ítélettel és hatalommal, hogy hirdessem Jákóbnak az õ vétkét, és Izráelnek az õ bûnét.

9 Halljátok ezt, kérlek, Jákób házának fejei és Izráel házának vezérei! a kik útáljátok az ítéletet, és minden igazságot elcsavartok;

10 A kik vérrel építitek a Siont, és Jeruzsálemet hamissággal!

11 [Kiknek] fejedelmei ajándékért ítélnek, és papjaik jutalomért tanítanak, és prófétáik pénzért jövendölnek, és mégis az Úrra támaszkodnak, mondván: Avagy nincsen-é közöttünk az Úr?! Nem következik mi reánk veszedelem!

12 Azért ti miattatok mezõvé szántatik a Sion, és kõhalommá lesz Jeruzsálem, a templom hegye pedig erdõs hegygyé.



Exploring the Meaning of Mikeás 3      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Micah 3:1-3, Micah speaks to the wicked leaders of Jacob and Israel: "Aren’t you supposed to know Judgment? You hate the good and love the evil."

Here, peoples' bones stand for the things they know. Their muscles represent the things they love. The flesh and skin are things about them that are more and more external. 1

And here, Micah is saying that if any of these things, no matter how external, are still good, the evil leaders wish to destroy them.

Micah 3:4. If those destructive leaders cry out to Jehovah for help, He will not hear them.

Micah 3:5-7. These verses are pretty plain as to what they are saying to those wicked leaders: They will end up in darkness. 2 They can prophesy nothing true, because they are so perverted that they know nothing about truth.

In 3:8, Micah says that he has the spirit of Jehovah and can truly prophesy.

In 3:9-11, Micah tells those "heads" and "captains" just how evil they have been, and that still they claim that God is with them. Because they have falsified all truth and good, they can’t tell the difference anymore.

Finally, in verse 12, because of all this, Zion and Jerusalem, meaning the whole of the Israelitish church, will cease to be a representative of the Lord’s ongoing church on earth. 3

Applying this, today... there are a couple of very powerful ideas in this chapter. One is that evil hates good, and wants to destroy even remnants of it. Another scary idea here is that human beings can get to the point of not being able to tell the difference between what's true, and what's false, or between what's good, and what's evil.

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Footnotes:

1Arcana Coelestia 3812[5].
2Apocalypse Explained 372[2].
3Apocalypse Revealed 880.

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Exploring the Meaning of Micah 3      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Micah 3:1-3, Micah speaks to the wicked leaders of Jacob and Israel: "Aren’t you supposed to know Judgment? You hate the good and love the evil."

Here, peoples' bones stand for the things they know. Their muscles represent the things they love. The flesh and skin are things about them that are more and more external. 1

And here, Micah is saying that if any of these things, no matter how external, are still good, the evil leaders wish to destroy them.

Micah 3:4. If those destructive leaders cry out to Jehovah for help, He will not hear them.

Micah 3:5-7. These verses are pretty plain as to what they are saying to those wicked leaders: They will end up in darkness. 2 They can prophesy nothing true, because they are so perverted that they know nothing about truth.

In 3:8, Micah says that he has the spirit of Jehovah and can truly prophesy.

In 3:9-11, Micah tells those "heads" and "captains" just how evil they have been, and that still they claim that God is with them. Because they have falsified all truth and good, they can’t tell the difference anymore.

Finally, in verse 12, because of all this, Zion and Jerusalem, meaning the whole of the Israelitish church, will cease to be a representative of the Lord’s ongoing church on earth. 3

Applying this, today... there are a couple of very powerful ideas in this chapter. One is that evil hates good, and wants to destroy even remnants of it. Another scary idea here is that human beings can get to the point of not being able to tell the difference between what's true, and what's false, or between what's good, and what's evil.

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Footnotes:

1. Arcana Coelestia 3812[5].
2. Apocalypse Explained 372[2].
3. Apocalypse Revealed 880.

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Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 217


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 368, 2353, 3693, 3812, 4281, 5585, 5895, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 8, 53, 312, 435, 612, 939


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 183, 372, 401, 412, 556, 624, 850

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 57

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