Mikeás 6

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1 Halljátok csak, a mit mond az Úr! Kelj fel, perelj a hegyekkel, és hallják meg szódat a halmok.

2 Halljátok meg hegyek az Úr peres dolgát, és ti, a földnek örök alapjai! Mert pere van az Úrnak az õ népével, és az Izráellel is perbe száll.

3 Én népem! mit vétettem te ellened, és mivel fárasztottalak el téged?! Tégy vallást ellenem!

4 Hiszen felhoztalak Égyiptom földjérõl, és a szolgák házából megváltottalak, és elõtted küldém Mózest, Áront és Máriát!

5 Én népem! Emlékezzél csak: mit koholt Bálák, Moábnak királya, és mit felelt néki Bálám, a Beor fia? Sittimtõl fogva Gilgálig, hogy megismerjed az Úr igazságos cselekedeteit.

6 Mivel menjek eleibe az Úrnak? Hajlongjak-é a magasságos Istennek? Égõáldozatokkal menjek-é elébe, esztendõs borjúkkal?!

7 Kedvét leli-é az Úr ezernyi kosokban, [vagy] tízezernyi olaj-patakokban? Elsõszülöttemet adjam-é vétkemért, [vagy] méhem gyümölcsét lelkemnek bûnéért?!

8 Megjelentette néked, oh ember, mi légyen a , és mit kiván az Úr te tõled! Csak azt, hogy igazságot cselekedjél, szeressed az irgalmasságot, és hogy alázatosan járj a te Isteneddel.

9 Az Úrnak szava kiált a városnak, és a te neved néz bölcseségre. Halljátok meg a vesszõt és ki rendeli azt?!

10 [Vannak-é] még a gonosznak házában hamissággal gyûjtött kincsek, és ösztövér véka, a mely útálatos?

11 Vajjon jóváhagyom-é a hamis mértéket, és a zsákba [rejtett] csalárd fontokat?

12 Mert a gazdagok megtöltöztek köztök ragadománynyal, lakosai pedig hazugságot szólnak, és nyelvök csalárd az õ szájokban.

13 Én is azért megvervén, beteggé teszlek téged; elpusztítalak a te bûneid miatt.

14 Eszel te, de meg nem elégszel, és benned [marad] a te éhséged; és gyûjtesz, de nem takarítasz, és a mit megtakarítsz is, fegyverre hányom.

15 Vetsz te, de nem aratsz; olajat sajtolsz te, de nem kened [magadat] olajjal, és mustot is, de bort nem iszol!

16 Mert az Omri parancsolataihoz szabjátok magatokat és az Ákháb házának minden dolgához, és azoknak tanácsán jártok! Hogy pusztasággá tegyelek tégedet, az õ lakosait pedig csúfsággá, és hordozzátok népemnek gyalázatát.



Exploring the Meaning of Mikeás 6      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Micah 6:1-4, the Lord speaks of all that He has done for Israel, getting them out of Egypt where they were slaves. In Micah 6:5, he relates how He protected them from Balak, king of Moab (in Numbers 22-24).

Then, in Micah 6:6-8, the Lord asks, rhetorically, how the people should worship Him: “With calves of a year old?” and then goes on with a reference to the idol Moloch, “shall I give my firstborn for my transgression?” Obviously these external acts do no good at all without internal repentance and a stopping of any transgressions.

Then He answers the question. Micah says, “He has told thee oh man, what is good,” and continues the stirring, familiar words; "do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God". 1

Micah 6:9 is about humility. It's a really important idea that started to be a problem for humankind all the way back in the story of the Garden of Eden. To eat of the tree of “the knowledge of good and evil” is to take to oneself the right/ability to decide which is which, and not listen to what God says about it. To walk “humbly” is to listen to God. That’s the meaning of “hear ye the rod and who has appointed it.”

Micah 6:10-11 points out that there is still some falsification with these people. The lean ephah is a cheating on the amount of liquid in a pitcher, and liquids refer to truth. Stones are used as weights to balance a scale that weighs out a purchase of food, and deceitful stones will cheat the buyer. Food means a form of good.

In Micah 6:12, 13, the rich mean people who, because they know a lot about natural things, believe they are also wise about spiritual things. 2 Here they are wicked and love the life of evil and falsity, nor can they be changed.

Then, in Micah 6:14-16, the chapter ends with a list of the problems such people will face. To eat, in the good sense, is to take in good. However, the gifts given by people who are immersed in evils and falsities turn out to be false gifts. People try to get things that will make them happy, but it doesn’t happen. Olives and their oil mean good, and grapes and their juice mean truth. 3

What are the laws of Omri? Omri was one of the wickeder kings of Israel, and Ahab was the wickedest king of all. To follow them means desolation and reproach.

In some ways, this chapter is a lot like many others in the books of the prophets. And yet, for centuries it has stood out, because it contains one of the Word's most powerful, concise, statements of how we should live: "Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God."

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Footnotes:

1. See Arcana Coelestia 2895
2. See Heaven and Hell 365.
3. Regarding olives and olive oil, seeArcana Coelestia 986. For the signification of grapes their juice, Apocalypse Explained 918.

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Exploring the Meaning of Micah 6      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Micah 6:1-4, the Lord speaks of all that He has done for Israel, getting them out of Egypt where they were slaves. In Micah 6:5, he relates how He protected them from Balak, king of Moab (in Numbers 22-24).

Then, in Micah 6:6-8, the Lord asks, rhetorically, how the people should worship Him: “With calves of a year old?” and then goes on with a reference to the idol Moloch, “shall I give my firstborn for my transgression?” Obviously these external acts do no good at all without internal repentance and a stopping of any transgressions.

Then He answers the question. Micah says, “He has told thee oh man, what is good,” and continues the stirring, familiar words; "do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God". 1

Micah 6:9 is about humility. It's a really important idea that started to be a problem for humankind all the way back in the story of the Garden of Eden. To eat of the tree of “the knowledge of good and evil” is to take to oneself the right/ability to decide which is which, and not listen to what God says about it. To walk “humbly” is to listen to God. That’s the meaning of “hear ye the rod and who has appointed it.”

Micah 6:10-11 points out that there is still some falsification with these people. The lean ephah is a cheating on the amount of liquid in a pitcher, and liquids refer to truth. Stones are used as weights to balance a scale that weighs out a purchase of food, and deceitful stones will cheat the buyer. Food means a form of good.

In Micah 6:12, 13, the rich mean people who, because they know a lot about natural things, believe they are also wise about spiritual things. 2 Here they are wicked and love the life of evil and falsity, nor can they be changed.

Then, in Micah 6:14-16, the chapter ends with a list of the problems such people will face. To eat, in the good sense, is to take in good. However, the gifts given by people who are immersed in evils and falsities turn out to be false gifts. People try to get things that will make them happy, but it doesn’t happen. Olives and their oil mean good, and grapes and their juice mean truth. 3

What are the laws of Omri? Omri was one of the wickeder kings of Israel, and Ahab was the wickedest king of all. To follow them means desolation and reproach.

In some ways, this chapter is a lot like many others in the books of the prophets. And yet, for centuries it has stood out, because it contains one of the Word's most powerful, concise, statements of how we should live: "Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God."

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Footnotes:

1. See Arcana Coelestia 2895
2. See Heaven and Hell 365.
3. Regarding olives and olive oil, seeArcana Coelestia 986. For the signification of grapes their juice, Apocalypse Explained 918.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 220


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 519, 886, 922, 2180, 2906, 6435, 9024, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 206, 287, 316, 336, 503, 589, 624, ...

True Christian Religion 322


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 328, 336, 373, 375, 376, 405, 638, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

Scriptural Confirmations 19, 99

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