Daniel 2

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1 At nang ikalawang taon ng paghahari ni Nabucodonosor ay nanaginip si Nabucodonosor ng mga panaginip; at ang kaniyang espiritu ay nabagabag, at siya'y napukaw sa pagkakatulog.

2 Nang magkagayo'y ipinatawag ng hari ang mga mahiko, at ang mga enkantador, at ang mga manghuhula, at ang mga Caldeo, upang saysayin sa hari ang kaniyang mga panaginip. Sa gayo'y nagsipasok sila at sila'y nagsiharap sa hari.

3 At sinabi ng hari sa kanila, Ako'y nanaginip ng isang panaginip, at ang aking Espiritu ay nabagabag upang maalaman ang panaginip.

4 Nang magkagayo'y nagsalita ang mga Caldeo sa hari sa wikang Siria, Oh hari, mabuhay ka magpakailan man: saysayin mo sa iyong mga lingkod ang panaginip, at aming ipaliliwanag ang kahulugan.

5 Ang hari ay sumagot, at nagsabi sa mga Caldeo, Ang bagay ay nawala sa akin: kung di ninyo ipaliliwanag sa akin ang panaginip at ang kahulugan niyaon, kayo'y pagpuputolputulin, at ang inyong mga bahay ay gagawing dumihan.

6 Nguni't kung inyong ipaliwanag ang panaginip at ang kahulugan niyaon, kayo'y magsisitanggap sa akin ng mga kaloob at mga kagantihan at dakilang karangalan: kaya't ipaliwanag ninyo sa akin ang panaginip at ang kahulugan niyaon.

7 Sila'y nagsisagot na ikalawa, at nangagsabi, Saysayin ng hari sa kaniyang mga lingkod ang panaginip, at aming ipaliliwanag ang kahulugan.

8 Ang hari ay sumagot, at nagsabi. Tunay na talastas ko na ibig ninyong magdahilan, sapagka't inyong nalalaman na nawala sa akin ang bagay.

9 Nguni't kung di ninyo ipaliwanag sa akin ang panaginip, iisang kautusan lamang mayroon sa inyo; sapagka't kayo'y nangaghanda ng pagbubulaan at mga hamak na salita sa harap ko, hanggang sa ang panahon ay magbago: kaya't saysayin ninyo sa akin ang panaginip, at malalaman ko na inyong maipaliliwanag sa akin ang kahulugan niyaon.

10 Ang mga Caldeo ay nagsisagot sa harap ng hari, at nangagsabi, Walang tao sa ibabaw ng lupa na makapagpapaaninaw ng bagay ng hari, palibhasa'y walang hari, panginoon, o pinuno man, na nagtanong ng ganyang bagay sa kanino mang mahiko, enkantador, o Caldeo.

11 At isang mahirap na bagay ang inuusisa ng hari, at walang ibang makapagpapaaninaw sa harap ng hari, liban ang mga dios, na ang tahanan ay hindi kasama ng tao.

12 Dahil sa bagay na ito ang hari ay nagalit at totoong nagalab sa galit, at nagutos na lipulin ang lahat na pantas na tao sa Babilonia.

13 Sa gayo'y itinanyag ang pasiya, at ang mga pantas na tao ay papatayin; at hinanap nila si Daniel at ang kaniyang mga kasama upang patayin.

14 Nang magkagayo'y nagbalik ng sagot si Daniel na may payo at kabaitan kay Arioch na punong kawal ng bantay ng hari, na lumabas upang patayin ang mga pantas na tao sa Babilonia;

15 Siya'y sumagot, at nagsabi kay Arioch na punong kawal ng hari, Bakit ang pasiya ay totoong madalian mula sa hari? Nang magkagayo'y ipinatalastas ni Arioch ang bagay kay Daniel.

16 At si Daniel ay pumasok, at humiling sa hari na takdaan siya ng panahon, at kaniyang ipaaaninaw sa hari ang kahulugan.

17 Nang magkagayo'y naparoon si Daniel sa kaniyang bahay, at ipinaalam ang bagay kay Ananias, kay Misael, at kay Azarias, na kaniyang mga kasama:

18 Upang sila'y magsipagnais ng kaawaan sa Dios ng langit tungkol sa lihim na ito; upang si Daniel at ang kaniyang mga kasama ay hindi mangamatay na kasama ng ibang mga pantas na tao sa Babilonia.

19 Nang magkagayo'y nahayag ang lihim kay Daniel sa isang pangitain sa gabi. Nang magkagayo'y pinuri ni Daniel ang Dios sa langit.

20 Si Daniel ay sumagot, at nagsabi, Purihin ang pangalan ng Dios magpakailan man: sapagka't ang karunungan at kapangyarihan ay kaniya.

21 At kaniyang binabago ang mga panahon at mga kapanahunan; siya'y nagaalis ng mga hari, at naglalagay ng mga hari; siya'y nagbibigay ng karunungan sa marunong at ng kaalaman sa makakaalam ng unawa;

22 Siya'y naghahayag ng malalim at lihim na mga bagay; kaniyang nalalaman kung ano ang nasa kadiliman, at ang liwanag ay tumatahang kasama niya.

23 Pinasasalamatan kita, at pinupuri kita, Oh ikaw na Dios ng aking mga magulang, na siyang nagbigay sa akin ng karunungan at lakas, at nagpatalastas ngayon sa akin ng ninais namin sa iyo; sapagka't iyong ipinaalam sa amin ang bagay ng hari.

24 Kaya't pinasok ni Daniel si Arioch na siyang inihalal ng hari na lipulin ang mga pantas na tao sa Babilonia; siya'y naparoon, at nagsabi sa kaniya ng ganito, Huwag mong lipulin ang mga pantas na tao sa Babilonia; dalhin mo ako sa harap ng hari, at aking ipaaaninaw sa hari ang kahulugan.

25 Nang magkagayo'y dinalang madali ni Arioch si Daniel sa harap ng hari, at nagsabing ganito sa kaniya, Ako'y nakasumpong ng isang lalake sa mga anak ng nangabihag sa Juda, na magpapaaninaw sa hari ng kahulugan.

26 Ang hari ay sumagot, at nagsabi kay Daniel, na ang pangalan ay Beltsasar, Maipaaaninaw mo baga sa akin ang panaginip na aking nakita, at ang kahulugan niyaon?

27 Si Daniel ay sumagot sa harap ng hari, at nagsabi, Ang lihim na itinatanong ng hari ay hindi maipaaaninaw sa hari kahit ng mga pantas na tao, ng mga enkantador, ng mga mahiko man, o ng mga manghuhula man.

28 Nguni't may isang Dios sa langit na naghahayag ng mga lihim, at siyang nagpapaaninaw sa haring Nabucodonosor kung ano ang mangyayari sa mga huling araw. Ang iyong panaginip, at ang pangitain ng iyong ulo sa iyong higaan ay ang mga ito:

29 Tungkol sa iyo, Oh hari, ang iyong mga pagiisip ay dumating sa iyo sa iyong higaan, kung ano ang mangyayari sa panahong darating; at siya na naghahayag ng mga lihim ay ipinaaninaw sa iyo kung ano ang mangyayari.

30 Nguni't tungkol sa akin ang lihim na ito ay hindi nahayag sa akin ng dahil sa anomang karunungan na tinamo kong higit kay sa sinomang may buhay, kundi upang maipaaninaw sa hari ang kahulugan at upang iyong maalaman ang mga pagiisip ng iyong puso.

31 Ikaw, Oh hari, nakakita, at narito, ang isang malaking larawan. Ang larawang ito na makapangyarihan, at ang kaniyang kakinangan ay mainam, ay tumayo sa harap mo; at ang anyo niyao'y kakilakilabot.

32 Tungkol sa larawang ito, ang kaniyang ulo ay dalisay na ginto, ang kaniyang dibdib at ang kaniyang mga bisig ay pilak, ang kaniyang tiyan at ang kaniyang mga hita ay tanso,

33 Ang kaniyang mga binti ay bakal, ang kaniyang mga paa'y isang bahagi ay bakal, at isang bahagi ay putik na luto.

34 Iyong tinitingnan hanggang sa may natibag na isang bato, hindi ng mga kamay, na tumama sa larawan sa kaniyang mga paang bakal at putik na luto, at mga yao'y binasag.

35 Nang magkagayo'y ang bakal, ang putik na luto, ang tanso, ang pilak, at ang ginto ay nagkaputolputol na magkakasama, at naging parang dayami sa mga giikan sa tagaraw; at tinangay ng hangin na walang dakong kasumpungan sa mga yaon: at ang bato na tumama sa larawan ay naging malaking bundok, at pinuno ang buong lupa.

36 Ito ang panaginip; at aming sasaysayin ang kahulugan niyaon sa harap ng hari.

37 Ikaw, Oh hari, ay hari ng mga hari, na pinagbigyan ng Dios sa langit ng kaharian, ng kapangyarihan, at ng kalakasan, at ng kaluwalhatian;

38 At alin mang tinatahanan ng mga anak ng mga tao, ng mga hayop sa parang at ng mga ibon sa himpapawid ay ibinigay sa iyong kamay, at pinapagpuno ka sa kanilang lahat: ikaw ang ulo na ginto.

39 At pagkatapos mo ay babangon ang ibang kaharian na mababa sa iyo; at ang ibang ikatlong kaharian na tanso na magpupuno sa buong lupa.

40 At ang ikaapat na kaharian ay magiging matibay na parang bakal, palibhasa'y ang bakal ay nakadudurog at nakapagpapasuko ng lahat na bagay; at kung paanong dinidikdik ng bakal ang lahat ng ito, siya'y magkakaputolputol at madidikdik.

41 At yamang iyong nakita na ang mga paa at mga daliri, ang isang bahagi ay putik na luto ng magpapalyok, at ang isang bahagi ay bakal, ay magiging kahariang hati; nguni't magkakaroon yaon ng kalakasan ng bakal, yamang iyong nakita na ang bakal ay nahahalo sa putik na luto.

42 At kung paanong ang mga daliri ng paa ay bakal ang isang bahagi at ang isang bahagi ay putik, magkakagayon ang kaharian na ang isang bahagi ay matibay, at isang bahagi ay marupok.

43 At yamang iyong nakita na ang bakal ay nahahaluan ng putik na luto, sila'y magkakahalo ng lahi ng mga tao; nguni't hindi sila magkakalakipan, gaya ng bakal na hindi lumalakip sa putik.

44 At sa mga kaarawan ng mga haring yaon ay maglalagay ang Dios sa langit ng isang kaharian, na hindi magigiba kailan man, o ang kapangyarihan man niyao'y iiwan sa ibang bayan; kundi pagpuputolputulin at lilipulin niya ang lahat na kahariang ito, at yao'y lalagi magpakailan man.

45 Yamang iyong nakita na ang isang bato ay natibag sa bundok, hindi ng mga kamay, at pumutol ng mga bakal, ng tanso, ng putik, ng pilak, at ng ginto; ipinaalam ng dakilang Dios sa hari kung ano ang mangyayari sa haharapin: at ang panaginip ay tunay at ang pagkapaaninaw niyao'y tapat.

46 Nang magkagayo'y ang haring Nabucodonosor ay nagpatirapa, at sumamba kay Daniel, at nagutos na sila'y maghandog ng alay at ng may masarap na amoy sa kaniya.

47 Ang hari ay sumagot kay Daniel, at nagsabi, Sa katotohanan ang inyong Dios ay Dios ng mga dios, at Panginoon ng mga hari, at tagapaghayag ng mga lihim, yamang ikaw ay nakapaghayag ng lihim na ito.

48 Nang magkagayo'y pinadakila ng hari si Daniel, at binigyan siya ng maraming dakilang kaloob, at pinapagpuno siya sa buong lalawigan ng Babilonia, at pinapaging pangulo ng mga tagapamahala sa lahat na pantas sa Babilonia.

49 At si Daniel ay humiling sa hari, at kaniyang inihalal, si Sadrach, si Mesach, at si Abed-nego, sa mga gawain sa lalawigan ng Babilonia; nguni't si Daniel ay nasa pintuang-daan ng hari.

  

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Daniel Interprets Nebuchadnezzar's Dream      

Napsal(a) Rev. Dr. Andrew M. T. Dibb

In the second chapter of the Book of Daniel, Nebuchadnezzar, the King of Babylon has a dream that troubles him. Daniel, inspired by God, is the only person who is able to interpret it. It's a powerful story in the literal sense, and its spiritual sense goes deep; it describes a step that we each need to take if we want to make spiritual progress.

The literal text sets the story in the "second year", which refers to a state of conflict that comes before regeneration. Generally, "two" means a union, and specifically the marriage of good and truth. But in this story, the marriage is between evil and falsity. Nebuchadnezzar is still on the throne of Babylon: the falsities from selfish love seek to establish dominion over every sphere of life.

So, in the second year, "Nebuchadnezzar had dreams; and his spirit was so troubled that his sleep left him." Dreams are one of the ways the Lord revealed the Word to the ancients. It is not surprising to find Nebuchadnezzar greatly disturbed by a dream, to the point that "his sleep left him." Sleep, when dreams occur, depicts a state of obscurity. In Nebuchadnezzar's case, the obscurity arose because he represents false thoughts resulting from a selfish lust for power. Selfishness obscures the truth because it makes it impossible to focus outside of the self.

Nebuchadnezzar represents falsity from selfishness and the desire to dominate and control others. When this is in charge, people become manipulative, insisting that everything serve their own ends. They are willing to twist any truth, even destroy it, to justify their actions. The danger in this state is its attraction; it can invade the mind and establish an empire.

This is our state before regeneration. However, Divine Providence mandates that in order to remove this, we must become conscious of our Nebuchadnezzar states. This may be difficult because reflection requires perspective, which starts out obscured — asleep. Nebuchadnezzar, unable to remember or interpret his dream, commanded his magicians, astrologers, sorcerers and Chaldeans to ease his mind.

When the wise men were unable, the king began killing them. In the internal sense, "to kill," means to turn truths into falsities. Daniel and his companions were to be included in the slaughter, but they were different from the other wise men, who represented falsity based on abuse or misuse of truth grounded in selfishness. Daniel and his friends served the Lord.

Daniel's name had been changed to 'Belteshazzar,' symbolizing the perversion of truth by love of self. Yet in this verse, they sought 'Daniel' and his companions to kill them. This shows a human quality hidden from daily life. If Nebuchadnezzar represents blind selfishness, to save us, the Lord must keep truth hidden from the flow of selfish thought. When his hidden name is used, Daniel represents this hidden thought, protected and ready for use against selfishness.

In chapter one, Daniel rejects Nebuchadnezzar by refusing to eat his food. Once again, he stands against the king who reveals his evil in his willingness to kill when displeased. Nebuchadnezzar is the epitome of self-worship, Daniel is the true worshiper of the Lord.

Daniel and his friends sought "mercies from the God of heaven concerning this secret." Despite their position as 'wise men,' they humbled themselves to the Lord. This is a picture of the submission necessary for conscience to direct the unruly external self.

Daniel was given insight into the fallen human, the decline caused by selfishness. People faced with these insights often run and hide. Yet without self-knowledge, people cannot make any spiritual progress. By blessing the Lord, Daniel recognizes that only His divine power can help people put evils into order. Without this, spiritual life is over.

This gratitude embodies a New Church principle: all goodness and truth are from the Lord alone. Any insight people have into the nature of evils must come from the Him. Evil is blind to itself, but truth shows it for what it is. By thanking the Lord for insight, people can face their evils.

Before he can be killed, Daniel requests an audience with the king. Outward behaviors can be aligned with good or evil, and so Arioch, captain of the guard, acts on Daniel's request in spite of Nebuchadnezzar's orders. His words to the king show how useful things can ally themselves to the truth. So Arioch advocates for Daniel.

In his entreaty, Arioch emphasizes Daniel's heritage: "a man of the captives of Judah." This may have cast the king's mind back to his campaign in Judah, or even to the young man prepared for his service, filled with wisdom and glowing with physical health. In the internal sense, 'Judah' represents the church with a person, initially through truths. So Arioch identifies Daniel as truth from the Word. Nebuchadnezzar knew Daniel by his Babylonian name of Belteshazzar: when people in falsity are presented with truth, they view it as mere information for their own use. This is why an adulterer sees no difference between adultery and marriage, or a liar no distinction between truth and falsity.

Daniel is the conscience, which can be thought of as guilt or sorrow for actions. But at it's core, conscience is guidance by the truths of the Word. For truths to guide us, we must recognize their Divine authority and origin: none of the wise men, astrologers, magicians, or soothsayers could tell and interpret the king's dream.

In the sense of the letter, Daniel could begin because he established that the dream was from God, and thus interpreted by God. Daniel was simply a mouthpiece. For us, the self-awareness needed to move us from selfishness to charity comes from the Lord. Only He can direct our lives, but leaves us in freedom to accept that direction or not.

Daniel described Nebuchadnezzar's dream: the great image, with a head of gold, chest and arms of silver, belly and thighs of bronze, legs of iron, and feet partly of iron and partly of clay. Even in the literal sense of the story one sees the steady decline from precious to base to valueless.

Many scholars describe this dream in political terms. They claim it describes successive nations or rulers in the earth, from the Babylonians, to the Greeks, the Romans, and so on. However, the Word deals with spiritual, not worldly things. In one sense, this dream speaks of the different spiritual eras that have existed in this world. This is called the "internal historical" sense. On this level, Nebuchadnezzar's dream describes the rise and fall of the ancient churches to the present. This exposition focuses on a deeper level: the regenerative series, or how the Word tells of each individual's spiritual life.

Nebuchadnezzar's dream symbolizes allowing selfishness to dictate our thoughts and beliefs. Babylon is a state of great selfishness, the opposite of loving the Lord. This is the origin of all evils, going hand in hand with falsity, which twists and perverts the truth, making it a slave to our desires. The dream describes how this state gains mastery of the human mind. It begins before selfishness gains a toehold in our thoughts, and ends in the destruction of our very humanity.

The vision begins with the head because it is the highest part of a human being. But the key to this head is that it is gold, symbolizing love to the Lord. The chest and arms are physically lower than the head, and silver is less valuable than gold. The chest and arms represent the rational parts of the mind. Silver represents truths derived from the goodness within. This change from loving the Lord to thinking from truth marks a change in focus: good embraces all, opening us up to each other in a life of mutual love and charity. Truth, on the other hand, is more open to abuse: ideas of truth have been the cause of many wars and conflicts. Truth is used to hurt as often as to nurture goodness. It is a double edged sword.

At the next level, the decline becomes more obvious: from the head to the chest to the belly and thighs – half way down the body. From gold to silver to bronze, precious metal turns to base. The belly and thighs normally depict the good of loving the Lord and the neighbor, called charity. Here, however, it is twisted into the opposite sense: disregard for others, and one's own interpretation of truth. To the person in this state, these things appear good. So the belly and thighs were made of bronze, an alloy that can be polished until it gleams like gold, but it is not, nor ever can be transmuted.

So we are brought to the lower parts of the body: the legs of iron. In place of truth, falsity takes charge. This is depicted by the iron, which merely looks like silver. The legs are followed by the outer extreme of spiritual life: the feet. The feet are the lowest part of our body. Feet correspond to the outmost of our lives, which should be the expression of the Lord's goodness and truth through us. Instead, the feet of the statue are a weak spot: a mixture of iron and clay. In this image, we see the entire devolution of selfishness – carried into our very action – a life devoid of real goodness or truth, only a false image.

At the climax of the dream, a stone strikes the image and breaks it to pieces. This shows us our true character and the power of truth to bring us back from the brink of disaster. The stone was cut without hands: it is not of human origin. Here the Divine truth contrasts with the king’s practice of consulting his wise men and magicians, who represent selfish human thought. Divine truth leads to all goodness when used the way the Lord intends. Detached from human rationalizing, the truth liberates.

This freedom is the new vision of truth: the stone grows into a mountain. "A mountain" symbolizes love – a new love from truth, that replaces the selfishness and the desire for control. The mountain filling the earth symbolizes the way this new truth and love become the center and focus of our lives. We are created anew by the Lord's truth.

Having described the dream in great detail, Daniel then explains its meaning. He begins with what seems like an affirmation of Nebuchadnezzar; the Lord gave us our love of self! He ordained that we should feel life as our own and have no sense of His life flowing into us. This allows us to act according to our reason, and respond to the Lord in freedom. Selfishness is the abuse of this gift from the Lord, and the kingdom changes its meaning from truth to falsity.

Nebuchadnezzar clearly confuses Daniel with the Lord, and ascribes the power to interpret dreams to him. But the reality of selfishness becomes clear when contrasted with the ideals of conscience. If selfishness cannot reflect upon itself, it needs to be confronted with truth – and truth shows the true nature of evil and convicts it.

Nebuchadnezzar promoted Daniel and his three friends to positions of power. He recognized their God as the God of gods, the Lord of kings. But he continues to recognize the previous gods who served Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar may have elevated the Lord above Marduk, the Babylonian god, but he was neither willing nor prepared to jettison his customary deity.

Spiritual life must begin somewhere, and this interaction between Nebuchadnezzar and Daniel symbolizes the beginning. There is still a great distance to travel before we are truly born again. The old selfish side will reassert itself, new arguments and battles will rage. Yet the promise of Nebuchadnezzar's dream is still with us.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 173


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 426, 1298, 1326, 1361, 1422, 1551, 1837, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 211, 538, 567, 664, 717, 775, 781, ...

Conjugial Love 73, 78, 79, 81

Divine Providence 328

Doctrine of the Lord 4, 42, 48

Doctrine of the Sacred Scripture 117

The Last Judgement 54

True Christian Religion 156, 275, 609, 625, 754, 761, 788


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 70, 176, 237, 411, 577, 650, 662, ...

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 2, 37

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 37

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Deuteronomio 10:17, 29:28

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2 Samuel 7:13, 16

1 Hari 1:31

2 Hari 5:15

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