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Even on the male and female slaves, in those days, I will pour out my spirit. On the day I punish Israel for its transgressions, I will punish the altars of Bethel, and the horns of the altar shall be cut off and fall to the ground. I will tear down the winter house as well as the summer house; and the houses of ivory shall perish, and the great houses shall come to an end, says the Lord.
Apathy Due to Wealth. Even though you offer me your burnt offerings and grain offerings, I will not accept them. I will not listen to the melody of your harps. But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an everflowing stream. Cross over to Calneh, and see; from there go to Hamath the great; then go down to Gath of the Philistines.
Are you better than these kingdoms? Therefore they shall now be the first to go into exile, and the revelry of the loungers shall pass away. I will plant them upon their land, and they shall never again be plucked up out of the land that I have given them, says the Lord your God. Is not this what I said while I was still in my own country? That is why I fled to Tarshish at the beginning; for I knew that you are a gracious God and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love, and ready to relent from punishing. Peoples shall stream to it, and many nations shall come and say: For all the peoples walk, each in the name of its god, but we will walk in the name of the Lord our God forever and ever.
Shall I come before him with burnt offerings, with calves a year old?
Will the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams, with ten thousands of rivers of oil? Shall I give my firstborn for my transgression, the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul? The book of the vision of Nahum of Elkosh. A jealous and avenging God is the Lord, the Lord is avenging and wrathful; the Lord takes vengeance on his adversaries and rages against his enemies.
The Lord is slow to anger but great in power, and the Lord will by no means clear the guilty. His way is in whirlwind and storm, and the clouds are the dust of his feet.
Do Isaiah 14 and Ezekiel 28 speak of Satan?
Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. Scofield Reference Notes Edition. For over 90 years people have relied on this reference work in their daily study of God's Word. Written originally in , C.
Scofield's intent was to provide a concise but complete tool that would meet the need of someone just beginning to read the Bible. Ruth - Introduction Ruth 1 Ruth 2 Ruth 4. But " Caveat emptor! Millennium and the Israel of God. Does Not always interpret literally.
While Keil and Delitzsch generally in my opinion interpret the text literally, unfortunately they also occasionally spiritualize the text as attested by their comments on Joel 3: Note also the non-literal interpretations of Joel 3: It is noteworthy that these three commentators end up with different interpretations Henry and Gill differ from Keil in stating that Jerusalem is actually the church! See discussion of the Rise of Allegorical Interpretation. To the contrary, there is nothing in the text or context of Joel 3: To be sure, the "hills will drip with sweet wine" is figurative language, but remember that even figurative language has a literal meaning and in this context this description speaks of the extreme fertility of the land that will follow the Lord's return Joel 3: When one begins to spiritualize God's Word, the range of interpretations is limitless as illustrated in the previous paragraph.
Literal interpretation is always the safest road to accurate interpretation. Remember that commentaries even those that are conservative and literal should be secondary resources. It is always best to first make your own observations of the Scriptures and arrive at your own interpretation see Inductive Bible Study before consulting the commentaries. In so doing, you will be better prepared to " comment on the commentaries "!
See Consult Conservative Commentaries. Arno Gaebelein who wrote in the early 's is an excellent expositor of the prophetic books because he assiduously adheres to the literal approach to interpretation. Compare his comments on the same passage Joel 3: It is the literal Zion and not something spiritual. The exact opposite of Keil and Delitzsch! Even good expositors of the Bible have missed the mark. One good commentator says: James Rosscup writes that "This Keil and Delitzsch is the best older, overall treatment of a critical nature on the Old Testament Hebrew text verse by verse and is a good standard work to buy.
The student can buy parts or the whole of this series. Sometimes it is evangelical , at other times liberal ideas enter. Complete Commentary of Joel on one zip file. Search by book You can also search by chapter like: John 1 or Gen. The locust plague was only a forerunner of much greater judgment in the coming day of Yahweh. This judgment would take the form of an invading army 2: All of the prophets build upon common themes of the call to repentance, judgment of the nations and eventual blessing for Israel.
It is possible, indeed probable, that 2: The context clearly calls for Messiah's presence 2: Summary Outline of Joel I. The locust plague--calling for repentance Joel 1: The invader from the North--calling for repentance Joel 2: The day of Yahweh revealed Joel 2: The Witness of Joel By many scholars Joel is regarded as the oldest of the writing prophets, and thus the first to use the term "the day of the LORD," so often taken up in the prophetic literature. Thus who but the Messiah could speak in Joel 1: He hath laid my vine waste, and barked my fig tree; he hath made it clean bare, and cast it away; the branches thereof are made white.
Again in Chapter 2, we read: And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out my spirit" Joel 2: Christians, according to Hebrews 12, have come to Mount Zion. They are in the good of the Kingdom of GOD. Seven times does Joel bring in Zion as GOD's resource, when the utter failure of man is made evident, as historically Zion does not appear in Scripture till everything established by GOD and committed to human responsibility had broken down; Priesthood in the house of Eli; the prophet in the evil sons of Samuel; the monarchy in the hands of Saul; the ark in captivity, and then hidden away in Kirjath-jearim, neglected and forgotten, etc.
Then Zion became the center of the national and religious life of Israel. In our generation areas having the potential for a locust outbreak are monitored by international agencies using satellite reconnaissance and other technology; incipient swarms are met by aircraft and trucks carrying powerful pesticides. However, if the locusts are not destroyed or contained shortly after the hatch, once the swarm has formed, control efforts are minimally effective even today.
For example, in the civil war in Chad prevented international cooperation in attacking the hatch, and a destructive swarm spread throughout North Africa devastating some of the poorest nations and threatening Europe as well. It is difficult for modern Western people to appreciate the dire threat represented by a locust plague in earlier periods.
Such outbreaks had serious consequences for the health and mortality of an affected population and for a region's economy. Scarcity of food resulting from the swarm's attack would bring the population to subsistence intake or less, would make the spread of disease among a weakened populace easier, would eliminate any trade from surplus food products, and would stimulate high inflation in the costs of food products. It was only in that the mystery of the locust was solved.
Prior to this date researchers wondered what became of the locust during the years in which there were no outbreaks. Uvarov demonstrated that the swarming locust was none other than an ordinary species of grasshopper. However, when moisture and temperature conditions favored a large hatch, the crowding, unceasing contact, and jostling of the nymphs begin to stimulate changes in coloration, physiology, metabolism, and behavior, so that the grasshopper nymphs make the transition from solitary behavior to the swarming gregarious and migratory phases of the dreaded plague.
Plagues continue as long as climatic conditions favor the large hatches. Once entering their gregarious phase, swarms, of locusts can migrate great distances and have even been observed twelve hundred miles at sea. The swarms can reach great sizes: If one assumes that Joel was written around BC, then the coming army could be the Assyrians or Babylonians. The following diagram would depict this view. It will be a utopia. We also have another promise to the Jews. The destruction that locusts can cause is almost unbelievable. They strip all crops and green vegetation.
In 15 minutes they can completely strip a tree of its leaves. A Desert Locust swarm that crossed the Red Sea in was estimated to cover square miles. Such swarms are like dark clouds dense enough to hide the sun and they contain countless millions of these "grasshoppers. An Even Greater Judgment - God used this locust judgment to point to an even greater judgment that would come in the future. Joel has much to say about this future time of judgment. See also G Campbell Morgan's application of following passages in Joel.
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Understanding the Book of Joel. Lewis described pain as God's megaphone. That is true on the personal level and sometimes it is also true on the national level. The story of the Old Testament is a story of the people of God falling away and then being judged for their sins and then coming back in repentance. It happened again and again in a repeating cycle. If you are a parent, then you understand this process. We went through it when we were raising our daughter. She would be warned of the consequences of disobedience.
Then she would disobey. And then would come "the Day of the Father. God warns and sends His prophets and eventually He says, "Enough is enough. And then God took a little bug and demonstrated His power. The event that began Joel's prophecy was a plague of locust.
That doesn't mean too much to us today, but in that day this sort of thing could be devastating. It was an agricultural economy and a locust invasion meant that everyone who starve. If you do not read this chapter through the eyes of faith, then you will only see bugs. But if you look to see what is really happening here, you will learn that these locusts are really the army of God.
They are to be a lesson to future generations. I did not live through the Great Depression. But my grandmother and my wife's grandparents did and they told me what it was like. Joel tells people to do the same thing. They are to ask whether there has ever been a time as bad as this. Does not always interpret the Scripture Literally.
Conservative notes from Dr Morris who approaches the text seeking it's literal meaning in the context. See all devotionals on one page. James Rosscup writes "This work originally appeared in The present publication is set up in two columns to the page with the text of the Authorized Version reproduced at the top. Scripture references, Hebrew words, and other citations are relegated to the bottom of the page.
The work is detailed and analytical in nature. Introduction, background and explanation of the Hebrew are quite helpful.
Pusey holds to the grammatical-historical type of interpretation until he gets into sections dealing with the future of Israel, and here Israel becomes the church in the amillennial vein. One needs to be a Berean as these notes do not always render a literal interpretation and in fact "shy away" from mention of the Messianic Age, the Millennium , as shown by comparing Reformation Study Bible RSB Notes on Joel 3: John MacArthur who does accept a literal Millennium.
RSB note on Joel 3: The temple itself will be the source of a life-giving stream Ezek. MSB note on Joel 3: Eze 40—48 at Jerusalem.
God has promised a future time when His glory in Judah will not be eclipsed. This time of ultimate peace and prosperity will be experienced after Christ conquers the world and sets up His millennial kingdom on earth cf. MacArthur does not list Revelation If you are not familiar with the great saint Charles Simeon see Dr John Piper's discussion of Simeon's life - you will want to read Simeon's sermons after meeting him!