Haggai 2

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1 Nang ikapitong buwan nang ikadalawang pu't isang araw ng buwan, dumating ang salita ng Panginoon sa pamamagitan ni Hagai na propeta, na nagsasabi,

2 Salitain mo ngayon kay Zorobabel na anak ni Sealtiel, na gobernador sa Juda, at kay Josue na anak ni Josadac, na pangulong saserdote, at sa nalabi sa bayan, na sabihin mo,

3 Sino ang nananatili sa inyo na nakakita sa bahay na ito sa kaniyang dating kaluwalhatian? at paanong nakikita ninyo ngayon? hindi baga sa inyong mga mata ay parang wala?

4 Gayon ma'y magpakalakas ka ngayon, Oh Zorobabel, sabi ng Panginoon; at magpakalakas ka, Oh Josue, na anak ni Josadac, na pangulong saserdote; at mangagpakalakas kayo, kayong buong bayan sa lupain, sabi ng Panginoon, at kayo'y magsigawa: sapagka't ako'y sumasa inyo sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo,

5 Ayon sa salita na aking itinipan sa inyo nang kayo'y magsilabas sa Egipto, at ang aking Espiritu ay nanahan sa inyo: huwag kayong mangatakot.

6 Sapagka't ganito ang sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo, Minsan na lamang, sangdaling panahon, at aking uugain ang langit, at ang lupa, at ang dagat, at ang tuyong lupa;

7 At aking uugain ang lahat na bansa; at darating ang mga bagay na nais ng lahat na bansa; at aking pupunuin ang bahay na ito ng kaluwalhatian, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo.

8 Ang pilak ay akin, at ang ginto ay akin, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo.

9 Ang huling kaluwalhatian ng bahay na ito ay magiging lalong dakila kay sa dati, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo; at sa dakong ito ay magbibigay ako ng kapayapaan, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo.

10 Nang ikadalawang pu't apat nang ikasiyam na buwan, nang ikalawang taon ni Dario, dumating ang salita ng Panginoon sa pamamagitan ni Hagai na propeta, na nagsasabi,

11 Ganito ang sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo, Mangagtanong kayo ngayon sa mga saserdote ng tungkol sa kautusan, na mangagsabi,

12 Kung ang isang tao ay may dala sa kaniyang kandungan na banal na karne, at magsagi ng kaniyang laylayan ang tinapay, o ulam, o alak, o langis, o anomang pagkain, magiging banal pa baga? At ang mga saserdote ay nagsisagot, at nangagsabi, Hindi.

13 Nang magkagayo'y sinabi ni Hagai, Kung ang sinomang marumi dahil sa bangkay ay masagi ang anoman sa mga ito, magiging marumi baga? At ang mga saserdote ay nagsisagot at nangagsabi, Magiging marumi.

14 Nang magkagayo'y sumagot si Hagai, at nagsabi, Gayon nga ang bayang ito, at gayon ang bansang ito sa harap ko, sabi ng Panginoon; at gayon ang bawa't gawa ng kanilang mga kamay; at ang kanilang inihahandog doon ay marumi.

15 At ngayo'y isinasamo ko sa inyo, na inyong gunitain mula sa araw na ito at sa nakaraan, bago ang bato ay mapatong sa kapuwa bato sa templo ng Panginoon.

16 Nang buong panahong yaon, pagka ang isa ay lumalapit sa isang bunton ng dalawang pung takal, may sangpu lamang; pagka ang isa ay lumalapit sa pigaan ng alak upang kumuha ng limang pung sisidlan, may dalawang pu lamang.

17 Sinalot ko kayo ng pagkalanta at ng amag at ng granizo sa lahat ng gawa ng inyong mga kamay; gayon ma'y hindi kayo nanumbalik sa akin, sabi ng Panginoon.

18 Isinasamo ko nga sa inyo, na kayo'y magdilidili mula sa araw na ito at sa nakaraan, mula nang ikadalawang pu't apat na araw ng ikasiyam na buwan, mula nang araw na ang tatagang-baon ng templo ng Panginoon ay ilagay, gunitain ninyo.

19 May binhi pa baga sa kamalig? oo, ang puno ng ubas, at ang puno ng igos, at ang granada, at ang puno ng olibo ay hindi nagbunga; mula sa araw na ito ay pagpapalain ko kayo.

20 At ang salita ng Panginoon ay dumating na ikalawa kay Hagai nang ikadalawang pu't apat na araw ng buwan, na nagsasabi,

21 Salitain mo kay Zorobabel na gobernador sa Juda, na iyong sabihin, Aking uugain ang langit at ang lupa;

22 At aking guguluhin ang luklukan ng mga kaharian, at aking gigibain ang lakas ng mga kaharian ng mga bansa; at aking guguluhin ang mga karo, at yaong nagsisisakay sa mga yaon; at ang mga kabayo at ang mga sakay ng mga yaon ay mangahuhulog, ang bawa't isa'y sa pamamagitan ng tabak ng kaniyang kapatid.

23 Sa araw na yaon, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo, kita'y kukunin, Oh Zorobabel, na aking lingkod, na anak ni Sealtiel, sabi ng Panginoon, at gagawin kitang pinaka panatak; sapagka't pinili kita, sabi ng Panginoon ng mga hukbo.

  


Exploring the Meaning of Haggai 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Chapter 2, Haggai comes a second time to Zerubbabel and Joshua, saying,

"Who is left among you that saw this house in her first glory? and how do ye see it now? is it not in your eyes in comparison of it as nothing?"

In verses 4-5 he encourages the people to be strong and persevere and in verses 6-9, he promises a great change coming. The Lord will bring about this change because an external church, a church that is just performing rituals, is of no use.

Only a church that leads people to do well in their lives, and in in their thoughts, because that is what the Lord says, is of any use. Once this truth has been falsified, or made “unclean” there is not much left of the church (verses 10-14).

Although there are abundant truths in the Word, in a church that is only external they are not found, because there is no use for them. In spite of the peoples' hardships, no one has bothered to question what they might be doing wrong.

From verse 18 Haggai’s prophecy becomes triumphant. "The seed is yet in the barn and the fig tree and the vine will come." The promise in verse 6 is repeated, "I will shake the heavens and the earth, and the sea and the dry land", i.e. He will overthrow all those who follow their own doctrine and their own false ideas.

The Lord will bring another church that is not the reconstructed ancient church or its representation, but a church built from a new knowledge of the Lord, and a new set of people. This, though not soon, will be the coming of the Lord himself. Zerubbabel is used to represent this as a shining signet, because, though governor, he was not of the Jewish people.

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Exploring the Meaning of Haggai 2      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

In Chapter 2, Haggai comes a second time to Zerubbabel and Joshua, saying,

"Who is left among you that saw this house in her first glory? and how do ye see it now? is it not in your eyes in comparison of it as nothing?"

In verses 4-5 he encourages the people to be strong and persevere and in verses 6-9, he promises a great change coming. The Lord will bring about this change because an external church, a church that is just performing rituals, is of no use.

Only a church that leads people to do well in their lives, and in in their thoughts, because that is what the Lord says, is of any use. Once this truth has been falsified, or made “unclean” there is not much left of the church (verses 10-14).

Although there are abundant truths in the Word, in a church that is only external they are not found, because there is no use for them. In spite of the peoples' hardships, no one has bothered to question what they might be doing wrong.

From verse 18 Haggai’s prophecy becomes triumphant. "The seed is yet in the barn and the fig tree and the vine will come." The promise in verse 6 is repeated, "I will shake the heavens and the earth, and the sea and the dry land", i.e. He will overthrow all those who follow their own doctrine and their own false ideas.

The Lord will bring another church that is not the reconstructed ancient church or its representation, but a church built from a new knowledge of the Lord, and a new set of people. This, though not soon, will be the coming of the Lord himself. Zerubbabel is used to represent this as a shining signet, because, though governor, he was not of the Jewish people.

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 232


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 28, 1551, 2252, 3780, 3813, 4759, 5321, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 191, 298, 306, 331, 437, 694, 913

Heaven and Hell 287

True Christian Religion 727


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 79, 220, 242, 253, 355, 365, 400, ...

The White Horse - Appendix 1

Scriptural Confirmations 4, 58

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