Hebræerne 1


Hebræerne 1:1

Gud, efter at han for længe siden talte til fædrene i profeterne i mange dele og på mange måder,

(en) Introduktion. The Letter to the Hebrews is the good news of Jesus packaged for a Hebrew audience. It’s written for all sorts of people, including those who believe in Jesus, those who are yet to believe in Jesus, and those who are trying to reconcile Old Testament traditions with new covenant freedoms (Heb. 4:14, 6:9-10).

(b) Han talte … i mange portioner og på mange måder. The word of God or the word of the Lord can be conveyed via prophecies (2 Sam. 24:11, 1 Kgs. 14:18), dreams (Num. 12:6), visions (Gen. 15:1), the Law (Num. 36:5, Deu. 5:5, Is. 2:3), and angels (Luke 1:35). However, the primary way God reveals himself is through his Son (see next verse).


Hebræerne 1:2

har i disse sidste dage talt til os i sin søn, som han har sat til arving over alle ting, ved hvem han også har skabt verden.

(en) Disse sidste dage. The last days commenced when God began speaking through his Son. The last days describe the age that began when Jesus walked the earth. “And it shall be in the last days that I will pour forth of my Spirit on all mankind …” (Acts 2:16–17). According to Peter, this last days’ prophecy was fulfilled on the Day of Pentecost.

Jesus divides history into two parts. In the first days of history, people looked forward to the coming of Christ when he would build his house. In these last days, he is building his church, and the nations are streaming in (Is. 2:2). The first half of history ended with Christ coming in humility. The second half ends with him returning in glory. The last days are last because they refer to the last half of history. So far, the last days have lasted for 2,000 years. They may last for many more, but ultimately the last days will end on the last day when Christ returns to judge the living and the dead (John 6:39–40, 12:48).

Yderligere læsning: "Hvornår er de sidste dage?

(b) Talt til os i hans søn. Jesus is the Word of God made flesh (John 1:14, Rev. 19:13), and the exact radiance or representation of God the Father. Jesus is God explaining himself to the human race. He is God’s selfie.

(c) Arving af alle ting. In Christ we are heirs of the kingdom (Col. 1:12, Jas. 2:5), heirs of the earth (Matt. 5:5, Rom.4:13), and heirs of all things (John 17:10, Heb. 1:2, Rev. 21:7).

Se indgang for Arv.


Hebræerne 1:3

Og han er udstrålingen af ​​sin herlighed og den nøjagtige gengivelse af hans natur og opretholder alle ting ved sin krafts ord. Da han havde renset synderne, satte han sig ved Majestætens højre hånd i det høje,

(en) The radiance of his glory. The majesty, splendor, and beauty of the Father is revealed in the Son. Since God will not share his glory with another (Is. 42:8), Jesus is not “another.” He is no mere man; he is God. “I am the Father are one” (John 10:30).

(b) Den nøjagtige repræsentation af hans natur. The Son is exactly like the Father. “He is the image of the invisible God” (Col. 1:15).

Nogle forestiller sig, at Gud er en bogholder, der registrerer alle dine synder. Men sådan er Gud ikke, fordi Jesus ikke er sådan. Jesus skammede ikke syndere. Han elskede dem og spiste middag med dem og præsenterede dem for sin Fader.

Nogle tror, ​​at Gud er en passiv og ineffektiv suveræn, der lader universet køre på autopilot. Men sådan er Gud ikke, fordi Jesus ikke er sådan. Jesu ønske var at se Faderens vilje ske på jorden, som den er i himlen. Det er derfor, han helbredte de syge og oprejste de døde.

Nogle tror, ​​at dine synder sætter dig i fare for en vred Gud. Men sådan er Gud ikke, fordi Jesus ikke er sådan. Jesus er syndernes ven.

Nogle forestiller sig, at Gud giver os lov, mens Jesus giver os nåde. Men den gode nyhed erklærer, at Jesus er legemliggørelsen af ​​Faderens nåde. Jesus er fantastisk nådig, men han er ikke mere nådig end Gud selv. De er den dynamiske duo af elskværdighed. Der er ingen god gud-dårlig gud rutine. Der er bare nåde på nåde, der udstråler fra nådens trone.

(c) Lavet renselse af synder; se indgang for tilgivelse.

(d) Han satte sig ved højre hånd. Sønnen deler sin Faders trone; se indgang for Matt. 22:44.


Hebrews 1:4

having become as much better than the angels, as He has inherited a more excellent name than they.

(en) Much better or vastly superior, as in “Jesus is vastly superior to the angels.” The angels were created by Jesus (John 1:3, Col. 1:16). They worshipped him at his birth (Heb. 1:6), and ministered to him in the wilderness (Matt 4:11, Mark 1:13).

(b) Angels are spiritual beings whose home is heaven (Mark 12:25). The original word (aggelos) means messengers and is occasionally used to describe human messengers (see indgang for Luke 9:52). Most of the time the word refers to heavenly messengers. Notable angels named in the New Testament include Gabriel (Luke 1:19) and Michael (Jude 1:9).


Hebræerne 1:13

Men til hvilken af ​​englene har han nogensinde sagt: "SÆD VED MIN HØJRE HÅND, TIL JEG GØR DINE FJENDER TIL EN FODSKAMMEL FOR DINE FØDDER"?

(en) Sid ved min højre hånd. Sønnen deler sin Faders trone; se indgang for Matt. 22:44.

(b) fjender; se indgang for Matt. 22:44.


Hebræerne 1:14

Er de ikke alle tjenende ånder, sendt ud for at tjene for dem, der vil arve frelse?

(en) Arve frelsen. In Christ we are heirs of salvation (Heb. 1:14), heirs of eternal life (Matt. 19:29, Mark 10:17, Eph. 1:14, Tit. 3:7), and heirs of blessed and gracious life (Eph. 1:3, 1 Pet. 3:7, 9). See indgang for Arv.

(b) Frelse. The original word means deliverance or rescue. Jesus is the great Deliverer who rescues us from our enemies (Luke 1:71). See indgang til frelse.


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