Haggai 1

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1 Năm thứ hai đời vua Ða-ri-út, ngày mồng một tháng sáu, có lời của Ðức Giê-hô-va cậy đấng tiên tri A-ghê phán cho Xô-rô-ba-bên, con trai Sa-la-thi-ên, quan trấn thủ xứ Giu-đê, và cho Giê-hô-sua, con trai Giô-xa-đác, thầy tế lễ cả, mà rằng:

2 Ðức Giê-hô-va vạn quân có phán như vầy: Dân nầy nói rằng: Thì giờ chưa đến, tức là thì giờ xây lại nhà Ðức Giê-hô-va.

3 Vậy nên có lời của Ðức Giê-hô-va phán ra bởi đấng tiên tri A-ghê rằng:

4 Nay có phải là thì giờ các ngươi ở trong nhà có trần ván, khi nhà nầy hoang vu sao?

5 Vậy bây giờ Ðức Giê-hô-va vạn quân phán như vầy: Các ngươi khá xem xét đường lối mình.

6 Các ngươi gieo nhiều mà gặt ít; ăn mà không no; uống mà không đủ; mặc mà không ấm; và kẻ nào làm thuê, đựng tiền công mình trong túi lủng.

7 Ðức Giê-hô-va vạn quân phán như vầy: Các ngươi khá xem xét đường lối mình.

8 Hãy lên núi, đem gỗ về, và xây nhà nầy, thì ta sẽ lấy nó làm vui lòng, và ta sẽ được sáng danh, Ðức Giê-hô-va phán vậy.

9 Các ngươi trông nhiều mà được ít; các ngươi đem vào nhà, thì ta đã thổi lên trên. Ðức Giê-hô-va vạn quân phán: Ấy là tại làm sao? Ấy là tại nhà ta thì hoang vu, mà các ngươi ai nấy lo xây nhà mình.

10 Cho nên, vì cớ các ngươi, trời giữ móc lại, và đất giữ bông trái lại.

11 Ta đã gọi cơn hạn hán đến trên đất, trên các núi, trên lúa mì, trên rượu mới, trên dầu, và trên sản vật đất sanh ra, trên loài người, trên loài vật, và trên mọi việc tay làm.

12 Vậy Xô-rô-ba-bên, con trai Sa-la-thi-ên, và Giê-hô-sua, con trai Giô-xa-đác, thầy tế lễ cả, cùng cả dân sót lại vâng theo tiếng của Giê-hô-va Ðức Chúa Trời mình, và lời của đấng tiên tri A-ghê mà Giê-hô-va Ðức Chúa Trời mình đã sai đến, thì dân sự đều sợ sệt trước mặt Ðức Giê-hô-va.

13 A-ghê, sứ giả của Ðức Giê-hô-va bèn nói cùng dân sự theo lịnh truyền của Ðức Giê-hô-va, mà rằng: Ta ở cùng các ngươi, Ðức Giê-hô-va phán vậy.

14 Ðoạn, Ðức Giê-hô-va giục lòng Xô-rô-ba-bên, con trai Sa-la-thi-ên, quan trấn thủ Giu-đa, và giục lòng Giê-hô-sua, con trai Giô-xa-đác, thầy tế lễ cả, và giục lòng cả dân sự sót lại; họ đều đến, làm việc nơi nhà Ðức Giê-hô-va vạn quân, là Ðức Chúa Trời mình.

15 Ấy là ngày hai mươi bốn tháng sáu về năm thứ hai đời vua Ða-ri-út.



Exploring the Meaning of Haggai 1      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

Haggai’s prophecy holds something new and happy, and also something old and unhappy. In his time, the ancient church has petered out, and the substitute for it, the Jewish church, has lost its way and become a church only on the outside. The time is approaching for the coming of the Lord, and this scolding by Haggai has in it, in verses 6-9, a prophecy of that coming.

The time of this prophecy is after the 70 years of exile in Babylon, when many of the exiles are coming back to the holy land. Zerubbabel is the appointed governor of the land and Joshua, the son of Josedech, is the high priest.

In Chapter 1, in Verses 1-5, Haggai tells these leaders that the Lord has told him that the people believe that it isn’t yet time to build the Lord's house, but that he is here to say that it is time. He asks them, "Is it time for you to live in your fancy houses while the Lord’s house lies in waste? Consider your ways!" The people are willing to wait for Messiah to raise them to earthly wealth and power but that time has gone and the church they represent lies in waste.

In verse 6, Haggai reminds them that none of what they have done so far has prospered, and then he alternates between telling them to get busy on the Lord’s house and telling them the troubles that will come if they don’t (in verses 7-11). A true church can't be set up with them because they only care about themselves and don’t care about the Lord.

A good thing happens: Haggai's message gets through. The leaders - Zerubbabel and Joshua - listen, and enough of the people are worried enough about the way things were going (as Haggai had said) that work starts on a new rebuilding on the old foundation. (verses 12-14)

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Exploring the Meaning of Haggai 1      

Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff

Haggai’s prophecy holds something new and happy, and also something old and unhappy. In his time, the ancient church has petered out, and the substitute for it, the Jewish church, has lost its way and become a church only on the outside. The time is approaching for the coming of the Lord, and this scolding by Haggai has in it, in verses 6-9, a prophecy of that coming.

The time of this prophecy is after the 70 years of exile in Babylon, when many of the exiles are coming back to the holy land. Zerubbabel is the appointed governor of the land and Joshua, the son of Josedech, is the high priest.

In Chapter 1, in Verses 1-5, Haggai tells these leaders that the Lord has told him that the people believe that it isn’t yet time to build the Lord's house, but that he is here to say that it is time. He asks them, "Is it time for you to live in your fancy houses while the Lord’s house lies in waste? Consider your ways!" The people are willing to wait for Messiah to raise them to earthly wealth and power but that time has gone and the church they represent lies in waste.

In verse 6, Haggai reminds them that none of what they have done so far has prospered, and then he alternates between telling them to get busy on the Lord’s house and telling them the troubles that will come if they don’t (in verses 7-11). A true church can't be set up with them because they only care about themselves and don’t care about the Lord.

A good thing happens: Haggai's message gets through. The leaders - Zerubbabel and Joshua - listen, and enough of the people are worried enough about the way things were going (as Haggai had said) that work starts on a new rebuilding on the old foundation. (verses 12-14)

Swedenborg

Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

The Inner Meaning of the Prophets and Psalms 231


Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 1488, 2606, 3579, 3580, 10325

Doctrine of the Lord 48


Odkazy ze Swedenborgových nevydaných prací:

Apocalypse Explained 573

Coronis (An Appendix to True Christian Religion) 56

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