Habakkuk 1

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1 Peygamber Habakkuka bir görümde verilen bildiridir.

2 Ya RAB, ne zamana dek seni yardıma çağıracağım,
Beni duymuyor musun?
‹‹Zorbalık var›› diye haykırıyorum sana,
Ama kurtarmıyorsun!

3 Bunca kötülüğü bana neden gösteriyorsun,
Nasıl hoş görürsün bunca haksızlığı?
Nereye baksam şiddet ve zorbalık var.
Kavgaların, çekişmelerin sonu gelmiyor.

4 Bu yüzden yasa işlemez oldu,
Bir türlü yerini bulmuyor hak.
Kötüler doğruları kıskaca almış
Ve böylece adalet saptırılıyor.

5 ‹‹Bakın öbür uluslara,
Gördüklerinize büsbütün şaşacaksınız.
Sizin gününüzde öyle işler yapacağım ki,
Anlatsalar inanmayacaksınız.

6 Başkalarına ait toprakları ele geçirmek için
Dünyanın dört yanına yürüyen o acımasız ve saldırgan ulusu,
Kildanileri güçlendireceğim.

7 Dehşetli ve korkunçturlar,
Gururlu ve başlarına buyrukturlar.

8 Parstan çeviktir atları,
Aç kurttan daha azgın.
Atlıları yeri deşerek geliyor uzaklardan,
Avına saldıran kartal gibi uçuyorlar,

9 Yağmalamak için geliyor hepsi.
Orduları çöl rüzgarı gibi ilerliyor
Ve kum gibi tutsak topluyorlar.

10 Küçümsüyorlar kralları,
Yöneticilerle alay ediyorlar.
Dudak büküyorlar bütün surlu kentlere,
Önlerine toprak yığıp onları ele geçiriyorlar.

11 Rüzgar gibi geçip gidiyorlar.
Bu suçlu adamların ilahları kendi güçleridir.››

12 Ya RAB, kutsal Tanrım,
Öncesizlikten beri var olan sen değil misin?
Sen ölmeyeceksin.
Ya RAB, bizi yargılamak için Kildanileri mi seçtin?
Ey sığınağımız, onlara mı verdin cezalandırma yetkisini? ölmeyeceğiz››.

13 Kötüye bakamayacak kadar saftır gözlerin.
Haksızlığı hoş göremezsin.
Öyleyse nasıl hoş görürsün
Bu hain adamları?
Doğrular kötülere yem olurken
Neden susuyorsun?

14 İnsanları denizdeki balıklara,
Yöneticiden yoksun sürüngenlere çevirdin.

15 Kildaniler onları oltayla, ağla,
Serpme ağla tutar gibi tutuyor
Ve sevinç çığlıkları atıyorlar.

16 Kurban kesiyorlar ağlarına bu yüzden.
Kendilerine lezzetli ve bol yiyecek sağlayan ağları için buhur yakıyorlar.

17 Ağlarını durmadan boşaltmaya,
Ulusları acımasızca öldürmeye devam edecekler mi?


Exploring the Meaning of Habakkuk 1      

Napsal(a) Joe David

Habakkuk's message to the Jewish church of his day was that it was in serious spiritual trouble. Interest in the real things of the Lord had been replaced by superficiality. The church had become sensual. The people were interested in their own comfort and security. Justice and truth were perishing.

The Lord grieved over their choices. Instead of the church coming to its senses to see that their problems were of their own choosing, they turned to find “compelling” ways to blame the Lord. While blaming the Lord for all misfortunes, the church continued to actively profane all the truths and goods of the Word.

To illustrate the depth of Israel’s choices, “a bitter and hasty nation” of Chaldeans rose up against Israel. The Chaldeans came with horses swifter than leopards and more fierce than wolves. The Chaldeans’ pride caused them to scoff at kings. They took many captives. The attitude of the Chaldeans reflected that which resided in the hearts and minds of Israel.

The Children of Israel didn’t get the message. They failed to see the application of what they were doing to the spiritual things of the church. The Lord’s grief continued because their evil prevailed over the good, and they were destroying the last vestiges of good.

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Exploring the Meaning of Habakkuk 1      

Napsal(a) Joe David

Habakkuk's message to the Jewish church of his day was that it was in serious spiritual trouble. Interest in the real things of the Lord had been replaced by superficiality. The church had become sensual. The people were interested in their own comfort and security. Justice and truth were perishing.

The Lord grieved over their choices. Instead of the church coming to its senses to see that their problems were of their own choosing, they turned to find “compelling” ways to blame the Lord. While blaming the Lord for all misfortunes, the church continued to actively profane all the truths and goods of the Word.

To illustrate the depth of Israel’s choices, “a bitter and hasty nation” of Chaldeans rose up against Israel. The Chaldeans came with horses swifter than leopards and more fierce than wolves. The Chaldeans’ pride caused them to scoff at kings. They took many captives. The attitude of the Chaldeans reflected that which resided in the hearts and minds of Israel.

The Children of Israel didn’t get the message. They failed to see the application of what they were doing to the spiritual things of the church. The Lord’s grief continued because their evil prevailed over the good, and they were destroying the last vestiges of good.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 225


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 991, 1368, 1613, 2606, 3901, 4482, 6534, ...

Apocalypse Revealed 244, 298, 405, 861

Heaven and Hell 197


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Apocalypse Explained 281, 355, 411, 513, 780, 799, 811

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

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