1 In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe. . Isaiah 9:6,7 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counseller, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace…. Mga Hebreo 12:2 - Na masdan natin si Jesus na gumawa at sumakdal ng ating pananampalataya, na siya dahil sa kagalakang inilagay sa harapan niya ay nagtiis ng krus, na niwalang bahala ang kahihiyan, at umupo sa kanan ng luklukan ng Dios. God’s Final Word: His Son. of the Son He saithâ), that we must not vary the rendering of the preposition. That is, a right or just scepter. The phrase N.T.o. Mga Hebreo 1:8 - Nguni't tungkol sa Anak ay sinasabi, Ang iyong luklukan, Oh Dios, ay magpakailan man; At ang setro ng katuwiran ay siyang setro ng iyong kaharian. Hebrews 1 - God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Copy Options. the sceptre. The passage which follows is taken from Psalm 45:6-7.As the words stand in the ordinary Greek text, they agree exactly with the LXX. 1 Ang kinauuwian nga ng mga bagay na aming sinasabi ay ito: Mayroon tayong isang dakilang saserdote, na nakaupo sa kanan ng luklukan ng Karangalan sa mga langit, 2 Ministro sa santuario, at sa tunay na tabernakulo, na itinayo ng Panginoon, hindi ng tao. The former expression described the perpetuity of his kingdom; this describes its "equable nature." . (p) For everlasting, for this repeating of the word increases the significance of it beyond all measure. Deuteronomy 2:37 Only unto the land of the children of Ammon thou camest not, nor unto any place of the river Jabbok, nor unto the cities in the mountains, nor unto whatsoever the LORD our God forbad us. Hebrews 9:13-14 Commentary. Psalm 145:13 Thy kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion endureth throughout all generations. This rendering, however, will suit either reading of the Greek, and is equally admissible as a rendering of the Hebrew. rule, or a realm. This could not in any proper sense apply to Solomon. Hebrews 1:8. His was a reign of peace and tranquillity, nor was he ever distinguished for war. There are some things in it which are much less applicable to him than to many others. So he gave this simpler explanation. 8 But about the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, will last for ever and ever; u a scepter of justice will be the scepter of your kingdom. Originally writing in celebration of the marriage of a king of David’s line (we know not whom, but many of the arguments urged against the possible reference to Solomon have no great weight), the inspired Psalmist uses words which bear their full meaning only when applied to that Son of David of whose kingdom there shall be no end. 1 Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world. 2. It should be said that the reading “His kingdom” is not inconsistent with the ordinary translation of the preceding words; for a sudden transition from “Thy throne, O God” to “His kingdom” is in full accordance with the usage of Hebrew poetry. This translation, published by the Philippine Bible Society, was published in 1999. The Holy Bible: Cebuano Translation by Anonymous Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Deity is here ascribed to the Son of God; he is expressly called God; for the words will not bear to be rendered, "thy throne is the throne of God, or thy throne is God"; or be supplied thus, "God shall establish thy throne": nor are the words an apostrophe to the father, but are spoken to the king, the subject of the psalm, who is distinguished from God the Father, being blessed and anointed by him; and this is put out of all doubt by the apostle, who says they are addressed "to the Son", who is not a created God, nor God by office, but by nature; for though the word "Elohim" is sometimes used of those who are not gods by nature; yet being here used absolutely, and the attributes of eternity, and most perfect righteousness, being ascribed to the person so called, prove him to be the true God; and this is the reason why his throne is everlasting, and his sceptre righteous, and why he should be worshipped, served, and obeyed. 1 In the past, God spoke through the prophets to our ancestors in many times and many ways. It is in every way more probable that the second Psalm (see Note on Hebrews 1:5), rather than Psalms 110, represents the class to which Psalms 45 belongs. And what must be the nature of that cause which renders such an argument necessary? To the Hebrews. olxx. Hebrews 8 Jesus, High Priest of a Better Covenant. - How well this accords with the character of the Lord Jesus we need not pause to show; compare notes on Isaiah 11:2-5. for ever … righteousness—Everlasting duration and righteousness go together (Ps 45:2; 89:14). Give the king thy judgments, O God, and thy righteousness unto the king's son…. Righteousness itself (so to speak, the very ideal of righteous government) bears sway in Thy kingdom. 1 God, who [ a]at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, 2 has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the [ b]worlds; 3 who being the brightness â¦ Everything that is gorgeous and splendid in description is lavished on him, and they were never under any apprehension of attributing to him too great magnificence in his personal reign; too great beauty of moral character; or too great an extent of dominion. Matthew 17:1-8 Mark 9:1-12 Luke 9:28-36 5) Ang Pagpadayag ni Cristo sa Misteryo sa Iyang Pagpasakit, Pagkamatay ug Pagkabanhaw sa Iyang Pagmugna Sa Eukaristiya Mateo 26,26-30 o Marcos 14,22-26 o Lukas 22,15-20 o 1 Corinto 11,23-25 Institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper Matthew 26:26-29 Mark 14:22-25 Luke 22:14-20 John 13:1 - 17:26 The general sense is that the Messiah's kingdom is eternal and righteously administered. I Love My Church. 8 But about the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, will last for ever and ever; u a scepter of justice will be the scepter of your kingdom. Heb 1:8 But to the Son he saith. The person pronoun of the second person singular; thou. He shall have the same dominion which he had before he entered on the work of mediation; and that will be eternal. Hebrews: Christ Is Greater And Better. The promises made to David (2 Samuel 7) are before the writer's mind in the first verses of the Psalm. 2 Samuel 23:3 The God of Israel said, the Rock of Israel spake to me, He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God. Righteousness itself (so to speak, the very ideal of righteous government) bears sway in Thy kingdom. Hebrew numbers 1-10. Hebrews 1:1-4 Common English Bible (CEB) The Son is Godâs ultimate messenger. . There appear to be insuperable objections to this view, from particular expressions used (in the later verses especially), and from the general structure and colouring of the Psalm. 3 The Son is the light of Godâs glory and the imprint of Godâs being. You donât have to memorize all of the following forms of the cardinal numbers. From the base of rhapizo; a stick or wand. Hebrews 8 New International Version (NIV) The High Priest of a New Covenant 8 Now the main point of what we are saying is this: We do have such a high priest, who sat down at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in heaven, 2 and who serves in the sanctuary, the true tabernacle set up by the Lord, not by a mere human being. 10 He also says, “In the beginning, Lord, you laid the foundations of the earth, The Book of Hebrews . 9 You have loved righteousness and hated wickedness; therefore God, your God, has set you above your companions v. by anointing you with the oil w of joy.” e x There are other renderings which would require discussion if we were concerned with the Hebrew text of the Psalm: the two given above are the only possible translations of the Greek. Hebrews 1 In Jesus, God has shown us who he is. But about the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, will last for ever and ever; a scepter of justice will be the scepter of your kingdom. (See Psalm 43:4; Psalm 67:5-6; Psalm 104:4-6, et al.) Hebrews 1 - God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Ἐυθύτης, lit. Including the feminine he, and the neuter to in all their inflections; the definite article; the. .—Rather, the sceptre of uprightness is a sceptre of Thy (or, His) kingdom. You. Hebrews chapter 8 New International Version 1 Now the main point of what we are saying is this: We do have such a high priest, who sat down at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in heaven, 2 and who serves in the sanctuary, the true tabernacle set up by the Lord, not by a mere human being. (z) Kimchi & R. Sol. 3 The Son is the light of Godâs glory and the imprint of Godâs being. A rod, staff, staff of authority, scepter. The connection with Hebrews 1:7 is so close ("Whereas of the angels He saith . (q) The government of your kingdom is righteous. From the same as aei; properly, an age; by extension, perpetuity; by implication, the world; specially a Messianic period. But to the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, endures forever and ever. Hebrews 1:8. At the same time, the book provides several stern warnings about the consequences of rejecting Jesus. Unitarians proposed to translate this, "God is thy throne;" but how can God be "a throne" of a creature? The reading “His kingdom” has seemed to require a different rendering of the words in the first part of the verse: God is Thy throne for ever and ever. 6 And again, when he brings o the firstborn into the world, he says, p “Let all God’s angels worship him.”. (8) Unto.--Rather, of. The following renderings have been proposed: "thy throne (which is a throne) of God": "thy throne is (a throne) of God": "God is thy throne." Hebrews 1:8-10 NIV But about the Son he says, âYour throne, O God, will last for ever and ever; a scepter of justice will be the scepter of your kingdom. "Thy throne." 8 But about the Son he says, “Your throne, … Font Size. Hebrew: Modern × 1 . . The objections raised against it are: (1) such an expression as "God is Thy throne" is contrary to the analogy of Scripture language; (2) the ordinary rendering has the support of almost all ancient authority, Jewish writers and ancient versions being apparently united in its favour. Hebrews 8 is the eighth chapter of the Epistle to the Hebrews in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.The author is anonymous, although the internal reference to "our brother Timothy" (Hebrews 13:23) causes a traditional attribution to Paul, but this attribution has been disputed since the second century and there is no decisive evidence for the authorship. As the higher and true reference of the words became revealed, all earthly limitations disappeared; the Christian readers of the Psalm recognised in the Messiah of whom it speaks a King who is God. Hebrews 9:3-5 Commentary. Psalm 45:6,7 Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right sceptre…, Hebrews 3:3,4 For this man was counted worthy of more glory than Moses, inasmuch as he who hath builded the house hath more honour than the house…. I regard this passage, therefore, as full proof that the Lord Jesus is divine; nor is it possible to evade this conclusion by any fair interpretation of it. Sometimes, however, the scepter was made of ivory, or wholly of gold. The Psalm, therefore, I regard as relating originally and exclusively to Christ; and though in the interpretation, the circumstances should not be unduly pressed, nor an attempt be made to spiritualize them, yet the whole is a glowing and most beautiful description of Christ as a King. Hebrew: Modern . .--Rather, the sceptre of uprightness is a sceptre of Thy (or, His) kingdom. 1 In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, 2 but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe. 1 Many years ago, God spoke to our ancestors by his prophets.He spoke many times and in many different ways. It does not relate to his mode of existence before the incarnation, but to him as the magnificent monarch of his people. The promises made to David (2 Samuel 7) are before the writer’s mind in the first verses of the Psalm. A sceptre . Or again, n “I will be to him a father, . The king appointed by God is His representative to God's people; his cause is that of truth and righteousness; his dominion will continually advance. 8 But of the Son he says, “Your throne, O God, is forever and ever, and the righteous scepter is the scepter of your kingdom. Hebrews 1:2 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Hebrews 1:2, NIV: "but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe." 1 Long ago God spoke to our forefathers by means of the prophets on many occasions and in many ways.+ 2 Now at the end of these days he has spoken to us by means of a Son,+ whom he appointed heir of all things,+ and through whom he made the systems of things. The, the definite article. Apparently a primary word; a 'son', used very widely of immediate, remote or figuratively, kinship. Thy reign, of which the sceptre is the ensign, is full of justice and equity. The images are drawn from the usual characteristics of an Oriental prince, and there are many things in the poem - as there are in parables - for the sake of keeping, or verisimilitude, and which are not, in the interpretation, to be cut to the quick. Translate Tagalog terms to Bisaya by typing the Tagalog word, group of words or phrase in the search box. It should be said that the reading "His kingdom" is not inconsistent with the ordinary translation of the preceding words; for a sudden transition from "Thy throne, O God" to "His kingdom" is in full accordance with the usage of Hebrew poetry. Hebrews 1:8 Hebrew Bible ×× ×¢× ××× ×××¨ ××¡×× ××××× ×¢××× ××¢× ×©×× ×××©×¨ ×©×× ×××××ª×× Hebrews 1:8 Aramaic NT: Peshitta Ü¥Ü ÜÜªÜ ÜÜÜ¢ ÜÜ¡Üª ÜÜÜÜªÜ¤ÜÜ ÜÜÜ Ü ÜÜ ÜÜ Ü Ü¥Ü Ü¡ Ü¥Ü Ü¡ÜÜ¢ Ü«ÜÜÜ Ü¦Ü«ÜÜÜ Ü«ÜÜÜ ÜÜ¡Ü ÜÜÜ¬Ü Ü ; but certain alterations of reading are required by the best evidence. Still, the ground or reason why this name is given to him is that he is "divine." We need a chief priest who is perfect in every way (Hebrews 7:26). 3 The Son is the radiance of Godâs glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. A sceptre . Introduction: Nominative for Vocative Definition: A substantive in the nominative is used in the place of the vocative case. Prayer: A 14-Day Devotional By Tim Keller. A sceptre of righteousness is the sceptre of thy kingdom; the sceptre is an ensign of royalty; and a sceptre of righteousness, or rightness, is expressive of the justice of government; the Syriac version renders it, "a sceptre stretched out"; which is a sceptre of mercy, as the instance of Ahasuerus stretching out his sceptre to Esther shows; and such is the Gospel of Christ, which holds forth and declares the mercy, grace, and love of God to men through Christ; and which may be called a sceptre of righteousness, since it reveals and directs to the righteousness of Christ, and encourages to works of righteousness; but here it designs the righteous administration of Christ's kingly office; for just and true are, have been, and ever will be his ways, as King of saints. 7 Of the angels he says, q “He makes his angels winds, . The quotation is from Ps 45:6. Thy throne, O God (ὁ θρόνος σου ὁ θεὸς) I retain the vocative, although the translation of the Hebrew is doubtful. Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. It is used (as is the voc.) 2 In these final days, though, he spoke to us through a Son. Greater Salvation Through Jesus — Jesus Is Greater Series #1. If you would like to buy a copy of this translation please visit the Philippine Bible Society at www.bible.org.ph. He girds his sword on his thigh, and his arrows are sharp in the hearts of his foes, and the people are subdued under him.