Sofoniás 2

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1 Térjetek eszetekre, s eszméljetek fel, ti, arczátlan nemzet,

2 Mielõtt szûlne a végzés (mint a polyva száll tova az a nap!); míg rátok nem jön az Úr haragjának tüze, míg rátok nem jön az Úr haragjának napja!

3 Keressétek az Urat mindnyájan e föld alázatosai, a kik az õ ítélete szerint cselekesztek; keressétek az igazságot, keressétek az alázatosságot: talán megoltalmaztattok az Úr haragjának napján!

4 Mert elhagyottá lesz Gáza, Askelon pedig pusztasággá; Asdódot délben ûzik el, és Ekron kiirtatik.

5 Jaj a tenger vidékén lakóknak, a Kereteusok nemzetségének! Az Úr igéje ellened van, te Kanaán, Filiszteusok földje; elpusztítalak téged, lakatlanná leszel.

6 És a tenger vidéke legelõkké, pásztorok tanyáivá és juhoknak aklaivá lészen.

7 És [az a] vidék a Júda házának maradékáé lesz, õk legeltetnek azon; estére Askelon házaiban heverésznek, mert meglátogatja õket az Úr, az õ Istenök, és visszahozza az õ foglyaikat.

8 Hallottam Moáb gyalázkodását és Ammon fiainak szidalmait, a melyekkel gyalázták népemet, és felfuvalkodtak az õ határok ellen.

9 Azért élek én, mond a Seregeknek Ura, Izráelnek Istene, hogy Moáb olyanná lészen, mint Sodoma, Ammon fiai pedig, mint Gomora: tövistermõ föld, -telep és pusztaság örökre; népem maradéka prédálja fel õket, és nemzetségem ivadékai bírják majd õket.

10 Ez [esik meg] rajtok az õ kevélységökért, a miért gyalázkodtak és felfuvalkodtak a Seregek Urának népe ellen.

11 Rettenetes lesz az Úr ellenök, mert elfogyatja a földnek minden istenét, és néki hódol majd kiki a maga lakhelyén, a pogányoknak is minden szigete.

12 Ti is, kúsiak! Fegyverem öli meg õket.

13 És kinyújtja kezét észak felé, és elveszti Assiriát, Ninivét pusztasággá teszi, kietlenné, mint egy sivatag.

14 És nyájak heverésznek bensejében, mindenféle állatok serege: pelikán és sündisznó hálnak párkányain, az ablakban [azoknak] szava hangzik, a küszöbön omladék lészen, mert lefosztatott a czédrus!

15 Ímé, a víg város, a bátorságban lakozó, a mely ezt mondja vala szívében: Én vagyok és nincs kívülem más! milyen pusztasággá lõn, vadak tanyájává, a ki átmegy rajta, mind süvöltöz és csapkodja kezét.



Exploring the Meaning of Sofoniás 2      

Napsal(a) Joe David

In Zephaniah 2:1-3, the people Zephaniah is talking to (that includes us!), need to change their ways and trust in the Lord and His Word.

In Zephaniah 2:4-7, there's a prophecy that the cities of the Philistines will come to grief and the whole area of the Mediterranean seacoast will be populated only by shepherds and their flocks, and these shepherds will be remnants from the kingdom of Judah. Here, the Philistines represent people who do evil.

In Zephaniah 2:8-10, the peoples who live around the land of Canaan, but not in it (the Moabites and Ammonites), stand for attitudes and evils that can cause temptations to good loves and true ideas. They are compared to Sodom and Gomorrah.

In Zephaniah 2:11... In the minds of people who wish to serve the Lord, those bad attitudes and evils must be destroyed, and with the Lord's help, they can be.

In Zephaniah 2:12-15, there are references to Ethiopia, Assyria, and Ninevah. When Ethiopia is referred to in a negative sense, it refers to people who use knowledges from the Word to confirm false ideas. Similarly, Assyria means reasoning from any knowledge which in this context leads to bad conclusions. And then there's Ninevah. This city means false doctrine, and these verses tell of her fate when judgement comes. Before that its people are proud of its learning, but after the Judgement, it is abandoned and empty.

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Exploring the Meaning of Zephaniah 2      

Napsal(a) Joe David

In Zephaniah 2:1-3, the people Zephaniah is talking to (that includes us!), need to change their ways and trust in the Lord and His Word.

In Zephaniah 2:4-7, there's a prophecy that the cities of the Philistines will come to grief and the whole area of the Mediterranean seacoast will be populated only by shepherds and their flocks, and these shepherds will be remnants from the kingdom of Judah. Here, the Philistines represent people who do evil.

In Zephaniah 2:8-10, the peoples who live around the land of Canaan, but not in it (the Moabites and Ammonites), stand for attitudes and evils that can cause temptations to good loves and true ideas. They are compared to Sodom and Gomorrah.

In Zephaniah 2:11... In the minds of people who wish to serve the Lord, those bad attitudes and evils must be destroyed, and with the Lord's help, they can be.

In Zephaniah 2:12-15, there are references to Ethiopia, Assyria, and Ninevah. When Ethiopia is referred to in a negative sense, it refers to people who use knowledges from the Word to confirm false ideas. Similarly, Assyria means reasoning from any knowledge which in this context leads to bad conclusions. And then there's Ninevah. This city means false doctrine, and these verses tell of her fate when judgement comes. Before that its people are proud of its learning, but after the Judgement, it is abandoned and empty.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 229


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 655, 908, 1158, 1186, 1188, 1197, 1259, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 34, 340, 483, 502, 567, 704

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 39

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 86

True Christian Religion 93, 251


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 50, 331, 388, 406, 413, 650, 653

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 58

Marriage 93

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 58

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úr
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tenger
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ura
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fiai
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pelikán
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