The Book of Daniel presents the most difficult level of language of virtually any book in the Old Testament, according to my Hebrew professors. As such, its study is reserved for the higher levels of Hebrew courses.
Daniel was a polyglot. He was a Jew who had been taken captive to Babylon and forced to learn the languages of the king's court. At least ...
Work that kept people from dying wasn't restricted on the sabbath. The Pharisees criticized Jesus for healing on the sabbath because people he healed had been sick for years, so it was not life-threatening to wait.
12:9 Healing was not allowed on the Sabbath except when there was danger to life. Even then, measures could be taken only to prevent the ...
Jesus answered this question on several occasions:
Luke 13:14-16 - But the synagogue leader was indignant that Jesus had
healed on the Sabbath. “There are six days for work,” he told the
crowd. “So come and be healed on those days and not on the Sabbath.”
“You hypocrites!” the Lord replied. “Does not each of you on the
Sabbath untie his ox or ...
Why did NASB replace אֲפֻדָּת֜וֹ "of its Ephod" with "of its Overlay" in Exodus 39:5?
In consideration of [Exodus 29:5] which lists all 5-Layers of Aharon's priestly Garments הַבְּגָדִ֗ים Ha-Begadim :
Layer-1 : "The Tunic" (Shirt), הַכֻּתֹּ֔נֶת Ha-Kutonet
Layer-2: "Robe" (Cloak), מְעִ֣יל Meil [הָאֵפֹ֔ד of The-Ephod]
NASB Lev 16:
17 When he goes in to make atonement in the Holy Place, no one shall be in the tent of meeting until he comes out, so that he may make atonement for himself and for his household, and for all H3605 the assembly H6951 of Israel H3478.
34 “This is to be a lasting ordinance for you: Atonement is to be made once a year for all the sins of the ...
Generally speaking, there are three terms in view.
The children of Israel
The idea is that all are of the congregation, while most are children of Israel, but only some are of the assembly. The assembly is similar to elders.
This -site- provides more context.
And this Stack Exchange post answers also.
Young's Literal Translation
If the scorners He doth scorn, Yet to the humble He doth give grace.
Preposition-l, Article | Verb - Qal - Participle - masculine plural
Strong's 3887: Ambassador, have in derision, interpreter, make a mock, mocker
those who mock/scorners
Verb - Qal - Imperfect - ...
Malbim and Radak translate תְּ֭רֹעֵם as breaking, seeing a parallel/contrast between the first and last words of the verse.
תְּ֭רֹעֵם is breaking or puncturing while left intact, while תְּנַפְּצֵֽם is to shatter, where the shards scatter.
For the quotations of Psalm 2:9 in Revelation, given that John is writing inspired text, I would conclude that "shepherding/ruling" is correct in those contexts.
Verses below based from NA28
Revelation 19,15b ...and he himself will shepherd/rule ποιμανεῖ them with a rod of iron...
Revelation 12,5a And she bore a son, a male, who is fixing to ...
Why can this not refer to plasma which is the 4th state of matter. We see glimpses of it here from earth as we gaze at some of the more amazingly beautiful phenomenon of the heavens. It’s rare to have plasma on earth before nuclear reactors but when it does happen here it appears as rivers of rippling northern light, red sprites and solar winds. I love to ...
It is not evil to fulfill a promise of wrath to a rebellious people. Many of us like to take powers and righteousness away from God by saying things like God can’t do that. Which automatically is false because he is GOD ALMIGHTY. He will have mercy on who he has mercy. He is a perfect holy good Judge. In that statement tells that when he warns a nation of ...
The other answers give good arguments to show that God did not directly cause the events in the prophecy. The OP’s question, however, leads me to also consider whether or not God played an indirect role in those events.
Looking at the text of Hosea as a whole, the book is replete with dire threats and warnings against Israel. However, the only violent action ...