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1 Ito nga ang mga bansang iniwan ng Panginoon, upang subukin ang Israel sa pamamagitan nila, sa makatuwid baga'y sa mga hindi nakaalam ng mga pagbabaka sa Canaan;

2 Nang maalaman man lamang yaon ng mga sali't saling lahi ng mga anak ni Israel, upang turuan sila ng pakikibaka, yaon man lamang nang una'y hindi nakaalam:

3 Ang nangabanggit ay ang limang pangulo ng mga Filisteo at ang lahat ng mga Cananeo, at ang mga Sidonio, at ang mga Heveo, na tumatahan sa bundok ng Libano, mula sa bundok ng Baal-hermon hanggang sa pasukan ng Hamath.

4 At sila nga upang subukin ang Israel sa pamamagitan nila, na maalaman kung kanilang didinggin ang mga utos ng Panginoon, na kaniyang iniutos sa kanilang mga magulang sa pamamagitan ni Moises.

5 At ang mga anak ni Israel ay tumahan sa gitna ng mga Cananeo, ng Hetheo, at ng Amorrheo, at ng Pherezeo, at ng Heveo, at ng Jebuseo:

6 At kinuha nila ang kanilang mga anak na babae upang maging mga asawa nila, at ibinigay ang kanilang sariling mga anak na babae sa kanilang mga anak na lalake, at naglingkod sa kanilang mga dios.

7 At ginawa ng mga anak ni Israel ang masama sa paningin ng Panginoon, at nilimot ang Panginoon nilang Dios, at naglingkod sa mga Baal at sa mga Aseroth.

8 Kaya't ang galit ng Panginoon ay nagalab laban sa Israel, at kaniyang ipinagbili sila sa kamay ni Chusan-risathaim, na hari sa Mesopotamia: at ang mga anak ni Israel ay naglingkod kay Chusan-risathaim na walong taon.

9 At nang dumaing sa Panginoon ang mga anak ni Israel ay nagbangon ang Panginoon ng isang tagapagligtas sa mga anak ni Israel, na siyang nagligtas sa kanila, sa makatuwid baga'y si Othoniel na anak ni Cenaz, na kapatid na bata ni Caleb.

10 At ang Espiritu ng Panginoon ay sumakaniya, at siya'y naghukom sa Israel; at siya'y lumabas na nakibaka, at ibinigay ng Panginoon si Chusan-risathaim na hari sa Mesopotamia sa kaniyang kamay: at ang kaniyang kamay ay nanaig laban kay Chusan-risathaim.

11 At nagpahinga ang lupain na apat na pung taon. At si Othoniel na anak ni Cenaz ay namatay.

12 At ginawang muli ng mga anak ni Israel ang masama sa paningin ng Panginoon: at pinatibay ng Panginoon si Eglon na hari sa Moab laban sa Israel, sapagka't kanilang ginawa ang masama sa paningin ng Panginoon.

13 At kaniyang tinipon ang mga anak ni Ammon at ni Amalec; at siya'y yumaon at sinaktan niya ang Israel, at kanilang inari ang bayan ng mga puno ng palma.

14 At ang mga anak ni Israel ay naglingkod kay Eglon na labing walong taon.

15 Nguni't nang dumaing ang mga anak ni Israel sa Panginoon, ibinangon sa kanila ng Panginoon ang isang tagapagligtas, si Aod na anak ni Gera, ang Benjamita, na isang lalaking kaliwete. At ang mga anak ni Israel, ay nagpadala ng isang kaloob sa pamamagitan niya kay Eglon na hari sa Moab.

16 At si Aod ay gumawa ng isang tabak na may dalawang talim, na may isang siko ang haba; at kaniyang ibinigkis sa loob ng kaniyang suot, sa kaniyang dakong kanang hita.

17 At kaniyang inihandog ang kaloob kay Eglon na hari sa Moab: at si Eglon ay lalaking napakataba.

18 At nang siya'y matapos makapaghandog ng kaloob, ay pinapagpaalam niya ang mga tao na nagdala ng kaloob.

19 Nguni't siya nga ay bumalik mula sa tibagan ng bato na nasa piling ng Gilgal, at nagsabi, Ako'y may isang pasugong lihim sa iyo, Oh hari. At kaniyang sinabi, Tumahimik ka. At yaong lahat na nakatayo sa siping niya, ay umalis sa harap niya.

20 At si Aod ay naparoon sa kaniya; at siya'y nakaupong magisa sa kaniyang kabahayan na pangtaginit. At sinabi ni Aod, Ako'y may dalang pasugo sa iyo na mula sa Dios. At siya'y tumindig sa kaniyang upuan.

21 At inilabas ni Aod ang kaniyang kaliwang kamay, at binunot ang tabak mula sa kaniyang kanang hita, at isinaksak sa kaniyang tiyan:

22 At pati ng puluhan ay sumuot na kasunod ng talim; at natikom ang taba sa tabak, sapagka't hindi niya binunot ang tabak sa kaniyang tiyan; at lumabas sa likod.

23 Nang magkagayo'y lumabas si Aod sa pintuan, at sinarhan niya siya sa mga pintuan ng kabahayan, at pinagtatrangkahan.

24 Nang makalabas nga siya ay dumating ang kaniyang mga alila; at kanilang nakita, at, narito, ang mga pintuan ng kabahayan ay nakakandaduhan; at kanilang sinabi, Walang pagsalang kaniyang tinatakpan ang kaniyang mga paa sa kaniyang silid na pangtaginit.

25 At sila'y nangaghintay hanggang sa sila'y nangapahiya; at, narito, hindi niya binuksan ang mga pintuan ng kabahayan: kaya't sila'y kumuha ng susi, at binuksan; at, narito, ang kanilang panginoon, ay nakabulagtang patay sa lupa.

26 At tumakas si Aod samantalang sila'y nangaghihintay, at siya'y dumaan sa dako roon ng tibagan ng bato at tumakas hanggang sa Seirath.

27 At nangyari, pagdating niya, ay kaniyang hinipan ang pakakak sa lupaing maburol ng Ephraim, at ang mga anak ni Israel ay nagsilusong na kasama niya mula sa lupaing maburol, at siya'y sa unahan nila.

28 At kaniyang sinabi sa kanila, Sumunod kayo sa akin; sapagka't ibinigay ng Panginoon ang inyong mga kaaway na mga Moabita sa inyong kamay. At sila'y nagsilusong na kasunod niya, at sinakop ang mga tawiran sa Jordan laban sa mga Moabita, at hindi nila pinayagang tumawid doon ang sinomang tao.

29 At sila'y sumakit sa Moab nang panahong yaon ng may sangpung libong lalake, bawa't lalaking may loob, at bawa't lalaking may tapang; at doo'y walang nakatakas na lalake.

30 Gayon napasuko ang Moab nang araw na yaon, sa ilalim ng kapangyarihan ng kamay ng Israel: at ang lupa'y nagpahingang walong pung taon.

31 At pagkatapos niya'y si Samgar, na anak ni Anat, ay siyang nanakit sa mga Filisteo, ng anim na raang lalake, sa pamamagitan ng panundot sa baka: at kaniya ring iniligtas ang Israel.

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Exploring the Meaning of Judges 3      

Napsal(a) Rev. Julian Duckworth

Judges 3: In which we hear about the nations who remain in the land; and about the judges Othniel, Ehud, and Shamgar.

This chapter begins with a very important set of statements about the nations still undefeated in the land. First, it says that the Lord would test Israel by means of these nations; secondly, that this test would “teach [the new generations] war”; and finally, that this would reveal whether or not Israel would obey the Lord. The text goes on to say that Israel now took the daughters of other nations to be wives, and also gave their own daughters to the sons of other nations.

Being ‘tested’ by the Lord refers to the temptations and spiritual conflicts we must experience during regeneration. The Lord does not test in order to make us falter, or to see how much we can endure. Rather, the testing is to make us stronger and more steadfast in our intention to follow the Lord (see Swedenborg’s work, True Christian Religion 126).

The new generations who would not have known war stand for those future states, in which we might begin to let go, and forget what the Lord has done for us. While all external wars should cease, we will always need to quell the spiritual wars within us. The key to victory is in our willingness to obey the Lord’s commandments. This wish to obey the Lord must be imprinted in our hearts and minds (see Swedenborg’s work, Doctrine of Faith 50).

‘Taking the daughters of other nations as wives’ describes the ways in which the spiritual marriage of good and truth in us becomes perverted. When our evil desires harm truths, and false ideas harm genuine loves, our sense of what is right becomes so distorted that we have no principles left to follow.

Because Israel kept forgetting the Lord and worshipping other gods, the Lord raised judges to deliver Israel. This chapter tells the stories of three judges, and we will examine the spiritual meaning of each.

The first judge discussed in this chapter was Othniel (see Judges 1). Israel was taken by Chushan-Rishathaim, the king of Mesopotamia, for eight years. His name means ‘the blackness of injustice”. Othniel delivered Israel from captivity, and there was peace for forty years. Spiritually, this describes our power, given to us by the Lord, to break free from evil wishes and thoughts. The number ‘forty’ describes the temptations we must overcome in doing this (see Swedenborg’s work, Arcana Caelestia 8098).

The next judge, Ehud, ruled at the time when Eglon, a Moabite king, took Israel captive for eighteen years. Ehud made a long, double-edged dagger and went to the king to pay tribute. When those with him were leaving, he stayed and said to King Eglon, “I have a gift for you from God”, and plunged the dagger into the king’s belly so that his fat covered the blade. Then he left, locking the doors behind him, and Eglon’s servants eventually found their king dead. Ehud then attacked, and freed Israel from the Moabites.

The meaning of this graphic event is to show the power of the truth when it is used to combat evil. Eglon was fat, representing the seemingly large and imposing nature of evils. The double-edged dagger stands for the power of the Word. It went straight into the king’s fat belly, which stands for the absolute power of the Word to tear down evils and falsities. This then allows us to reassert our leading intentions, and return to our service for the Lord (see Apocalypse Revealed 52).

The third and final judge mentioned in this chapter was Shamgar, who killed six hundred Philistines with an ox goad and delivered Israel. The Philistines – who later became a major enemy of Israel – stand for the belief that faith alone will save us, without any need for good actions in life. This can have an insidious influence on us and needs constant attention, represented by the number six hundred. The ox goad (prodder) indicates that we need to keep pushing ourselves to do good, just as an ox is prodded to work strenuously (Arcana Caelestia 1198).

Swedenborg

Výklad(y) nebo odkazy ze Swedenborgových prací:

Arcana Coelestia 1444, 2722, 6858, 8301

Apocalypse Revealed 367


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 458, 811

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