1-2. Királyok könyvének magyarázata by HENRY ROSSIER - HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION OF Meditations on the First and Second Book of Kings
ISBN: 9637369384, 963-7369384
About the Author
Dr. Henri L. Rossier was born on January 25, 1835 at Vevey in French Switzerland to a family that was among the first there to gather to the Lord Jesus alone. After studying medicine at Zurich and Wurzburg he settled in his native Vevey, where he lived a long life of devoted self-sacrificing service. At age 27 he married Madeleine de Graffenried from Berne, and the Lord in time granted them six children. Along with practicing medicine for well over fifty years, as time went on he increasingly devoted himself to ministering the Word in assemblies and taking part in Bible conferences in Switzerland, Germany, and France.
However, it is for his written work that he is best known today. Acquainted from his youth with J.N. Darby, he began early in life to translate this brother´s writings into French. He was helpful also with the editing of Darby´s translation of the Bible into French and with preparation of the volumes of ETUDES SUR LA PAROLE, later to become better known as the SYNOPSIS after it had been translated into English. For 58 years he served as editor of MESSANGER EVANGELIQUE, a monthly magazine for the edification of believers widely circulated throughout the French-speaking world. He wrote many articles for this magazine himself, often while being driven in a horse-drawn coach to the homes of his patients.
Besides this, he wrote commentaries on most of the books of the Bible, especially on the historical and prophetic books of the Old Testament and on the epistles of Paul and Peter and the Revelation in the New Testament. He was a prolific hymn writer as well. Some 28 of his hymns are included in HYMNES ET CANTIQUES, the hymn book used among many French-speaking assemblies and which he played a major role in compiling and revising. Some of his hymns have been translated into English, as have his commentaries on Joshua and Judges.
After a long and useful life of service, he was called home to be with the Lord on March 20, 1928 at the advanced age of 93.
A könyv Izrael történetének egy nagyon fontos szeletével foglalkozik, Salamon királytól egészen a babiloni fogságba vitelig. Az események során egyre világosabbá válik az olvasó számára, milyen isteni terv része a nép, és, hogy hogy jutottak ebbe az állapotba. Ugyanakkor a szerző folyamatosan párhuzamot von a mai kereszténység állapotával is, és ezen állapot lehetséges hatásaival, kimenetelével is. Az 1-2.Királyok könyve eseményei alatt született a legtöbb prófétai könyv is, Hóseás, Ézsaiás, de a Jeremiás illetve Ezékiel könyvének eleje is ide kapcsolódik, ezért is nagyon fontos megismerkedni ezzel az időszakkal.
Korrekt bibliamagyarázat, nagyban segíti megérteni számunkra a zsidó történelmet, és Isten központi szerepét ennek a népnek az életében – hovatovább saját világunkra és személyesen magunkra is tudunk vonatkoztatni rengeteg értékes gondolatot.
The Second Book of Samuel presents the establishment of the kingdom of Israel* by David; the opening of First Kings shows us this kingdom definitely established by Solomon. It should be noted that the rule of Solomon forms one Continuous whole with that of David. The death of the aged king did not cause even a momentary interruption, Solomon having sat upon the throne of his father during David's lifetime. In type, this is a unique and continuous reign which, while presenting most contrasting characteristics according to one or the other of its periods, unites both of them in an indissoluble and absolute unity.
Considered in its entirety, this reign begins with the rejection of the true king of Israel (1 Sam.), is consolidated, after victory, in the midst of dissensions of the people and strife (2 Sam.), and is finally established in peace, righteousness, and glory at the beginning of the book which now occupies us. This account, as indeed the whole of the Word, directs our eyes to Christ and presents His reign in all its various phases. Rejected as Messiah, He appears again upon the scene in the last days, gradually gathers Judah and the tribes of Israel under His sceptre, extends His dominion over the nations by judgments, but also in grace, until the final establishment of His universal, millennial kingdom. Then, in peace and in righteousness He rejoices in His victory, associating His earthly people with Himself in this.
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