Nahumas 2

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1 Tas, kuris daužo į gabalus, ateina prieš tave. Budėk, stebėk kelią, pasiruošk, sukaupk visas jėgas!

2 Viešpats atgaivina Jokūbo ir Izraelio didybę, nors priešai juos nusiaubė ir jų vynmedžių šakeles sulaužė.

3 Priešų skydai raudoni, karių apranga skaisčiai raudonos spalvos. Kovos vežimai žibės kaip liepsna, svyruos iečių miškas.

4 Kovos vežimai lėks gatvėmis ir aikštėmis tarsi žaibas.

5 Jis šauks savo drąsiuosius, jie skubės klupdami, veršis prie sienos, bet apgultis jau bus paruošta.

6 Upių vartai bus atidaryti, rūmai užimami.

7 Karalienė bus vedama į nelaisvę, o jos tarnaitės dejuos kaip balandžiai ir mušis į krūtinę.

8 Ninevė yra tvenkinys, iš kurio ištekės vanduo. Jis šauks: “Sustokite, sustokite!”, bet niekas nekreips dėmesio.

9 Plėškite sidabrą, plėškite auksą! Čia turtų daugybė, nėra jiems galo!

10 Ji tuščia, išplėšta ir sunaikinta. Širdis alpsta, keliai dreba, visų veidai iš baimės pabalę.

11 Kur liūto buveinė, kur jaunų liūtų ola, kur liūtukai, kurie nepažino baimės?

12 Liūtas plėšė ir smaugė savo jaunikliams ir liūtėms, jis grobiu pripildė olas ir landas.

13 “Aš esu prieš tave,­sako kareivijų Viešpats.­Aš sudeginsiu tavo kovos vežimus, tavo jaunuolius sunaikins kardas. Tu neteksi grobio, niekas nebegirdės tavo pasiuntinių balso”.


Exploring the Meaning of Nahumas 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Nahum 2, Nahum is prophesying a spiritual renewal -- the formation of a new church.

A 'church', in New Christian terminology, isn't a building for religious services, or a formal organization -- it's really better thought of as a state of belief, or the religious culture, of a group of people.

In the "church" in Nahum's day, in Judea, the religious culture had gotten hollowed out. People still followed the external rituals of worship, but many had lost sight of the internals -- they might avoid certain foods, or make prescribed sacrifices, but then not do the work of applying themselves to loving the Lord and the neighbor.

In Nahum 2:1-3, there's a prophecy of the Lord’s advent, and the development of a new church from Him, that he will protect. A mountain, here, means the Lord’s Divine Love. Feet mean the most external things, as is reflected in the Lord's taking on an earthly body in His advent.

In Nahum 2:3-6, it's talking about people who destroy the truths of the church in themselves and try to destroy them in others, to push away the Lord's protection.

In Nahum 2:7-10.... false ideas about life will prevail with people who destroy truths. All things that could be part of the church in them will ultimately be taken away.

In Nahum 2:11-13, it's saying that once all things of the church are taken away from a person, that person can no longer harm the church itself.

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Exploring the Meaning of Nahum 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Nahum 2, Nahum is prophesying a spiritual renewal -- the formation of a new church.

A 'church', in New Christian terminology, isn't a building for religious services, or a formal organization -- it's really better thought of as a state of belief, or the religious culture, of a group of people.

In the "church" in Nahum's day, in Judea, the religious culture had gotten hollowed out. People still followed the external rituals of worship, but many had lost sight of the internals -- they might avoid certain foods, or make prescribed sacrifices, but then not do the work of applying themselves to loving the Lord and the neighbor.

In Nahum 2:1-3, there's a prophecy of the Lord’s advent, and the development of a new church from Him, that he will protect. A mountain, here, means the Lord’s Divine Love. Feet mean the most external things, as is reflected in the Lord's taking on an earthly body in His advent.

In Nahum 2:3-6, it's talking about people who destroy the truths of the church in themselves and try to destroy them in others, to push away the Lord's protection.

In Nahum 2:7-10.... false ideas about life will prevail with people who destroy truths. All things that could be part of the church in them will ultimately be taken away.

In Nahum 2:11-13, it's saying that once all things of the church are taken away from a person, that person can no longer harm the church itself.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 223


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 2336, 3021, 3300, 6367

Apocalypse Revealed 241, 305, 436, 501


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 278, 364, 494, 539, 652

Scriptural Confirmations 9, 76

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