Habakuk 2

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1 På min vaktpost vil jeg stå og stille mig på varden; og jeg vil skue ut for å se hvad han vil tale til mig, og hvad jeg skal få til svar på mitt klagemål.

2 Og Herren svarte mig og sa: Skriv synet op og skriv det tydelig på tavlene, så det kan leses med letthet!

3 For ennu må synet vente på sin tid; men det haster mot enden og lyver ikke. Om det dryger, så bi efter det! For komme skal det, det skal ikke utebli.

4 Se, opblåst og uærlig er hans sjel i ham*; men den rettferdige skal leve ved sin tro. / {* kaldeeren.}

5 Så er og vinen troløs; en skrytende mann - han skal ikke bli boende i ro, han som har opspilt sitt grådige svelg likesom dødsriket; han er som døden og blir ikke mett, han har sanket til sig alle folk og samlet til sig alle folkeslag.

6 Skal ikke alle disse synge nidviser og spottesanger om ham, lage gåter om ham og si: Ve den som dynger op ting som ikke hører ham til - hvor lenge? - og som lesser på sig pantegods!

7 Skal de ikke brått reise sig de som skal pine dig, og våkne op de som skal jage dig op, så du blir et rov for dem?

8 For du har plyndret mange folkeslag; således skal alle som blir igjen av folkene, plyndre dig for din blodskyld mot menneskene og for dine voldsverk mot jorden, mot staden og alle dem som bor i den.

9 Ve den som jager efter skammelig vinning for sitt hus, for å bygge sitt rede i høiden, for å redde sig fra ulykkens hånd!

10 Du har lagt op råd som blir til skam for ditt hus, lagt op råd om å gjøre ende på mange folk og dermed syndet mot dig selv;

11 for stenen i veggen skal skrike, og bjelken i treverket skal svare den.

12 Ve den som bygger en by med blod og grunnlegger en stad med urett!

13 Se, kommer det ikke fra Herren, hærskarenes Gud, at folkeslag skal arbeide sig trette for ilden, og folkeferd gjøre sig møie for intet?

14 For jorden skal fylles med kunnskap om Herrens herlighet, likesom vannet som dekker havets bunn.

15 Ve den som gir sin næste å drikke av sin brennende vredes skål, ja drikker dem drukne, for å se på deres blusel!

16 Du blir mettet med skam og ikke med ære; drikk også du og vis din forhud frem! Begeret i Herrens høire hånd skal i sin tid komme til dig, og dyp skam skal skjule din ære.

17 For ditt voldsverk mot Libanon og ødeleggelsen av dyrene, som skremte dem, skal komme over dig for din blodskyld mot menneskene og for dine voldsverk mot jorden, mot staden og alle dem som bor i den.

18 Hvad gagn gjør et utskåret billede, om enn en mester har skåret det? Eller hvad gagn gjør et støpt billede, en lærer i løgn, om enn dets mester satte sin lit til det da han gjorde målløse avguder?

19 Ve den som sier til en stokk: Våkn op! - til en målløs sten: Stå op! Skulde den være lærer? Den er jo overtrukket med gull og sølv, og det finnes ikke ånd i den.

20 Men Herren er i sitt hellige tempel; vær stille for hans åsyn, all jorden!


Exploring the Meaning of Habakuk 2      

Napsal(a) Rev. George McCurdy

Israel’s disregard for spiritual things necessitated the Lord’s coming. The Lord spoke through Habakkuk to tell the Jewish Church what kind of battle would take place with His advent.

The Lord spoke about spiritual issues from what other nations saw. In reality, the other nations represented how distanced the Jewish Church had become from Him. The love of self was growing. Alongside of this growth, the people of the church were growing vile. Other nations (the Lord) noted these changes, and it caused them to hold Israel in contempt.

What did the other nations see? They saw Israel’s pride puffing up their own intelligence. The other nations saw that the church judged from externals alone. They noted that Israel was hatching doctrine out of falsities.

When the Lord comes, He tells the church that those who lead others astray will be made ashamed. The Lord tells them that the self-serving falsities will profit the evil nothing. What will last to eternity? The Divine Human.

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Exploring the Meaning of Habakkuk 2      

Napsal(a) Rev. George McCurdy

Israel’s disregard for spiritual things necessitated the Lord’s coming. The Lord spoke through Habakkuk to tell the Jewish Church what kind of battle would take place with His advent.

The Lord spoke about spiritual issues from what other nations saw. In reality, the other nations represented how distanced the Jewish Church had become from Him. The love of self was growing. Alongside of this growth, the people of the church were growing vile. Other nations (the Lord) noted these changes, and it caused them to hold Israel in contempt.

What did the other nations see? They saw Israel’s pride puffing up their own intelligence. The other nations saw that the church judged from externals alone. They noted that Israel was hatching doctrine out of falsities.

When the Lord comes, He tells the church that those who lead others astray will be made ashamed. The Lord tells them that the self-serving falsities will profit the evil nothing. What will last to eternity? The Divine Human.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 226


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Apocalypse Revealed 191, 204, 213, 459, 567, 672, 721, ...

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