Habakkuk as part of the remnant of Israel who remained faithful to the Lord. ); and it is in this typical significance of Babel that we have to seek not only for the reason for the divine purpose to banish the people of God to Babel, when they were given up to the power of the kingdom of the world, but also for a point of connection for the prophetic announcement when this purpose had been communicated to the prophet's mind. Habakkuk, indeed, saw a burden which he lifted up to God. At the same time, this analogy is not sufficient to explain the prediction before us; for Isaiah's prophecy was uttered during the period immediately following the destruction of the Assyrian forces in front of Jerusalem and the arrival of Babylonian ambassadors in Jerusalem, and had a point of connection in these events, which indicated the destruction of the Assyrian empire and the rise of Babylon in its stead, at all events in the germ; whereas no such connecting link exists in the case of Micah's prophecy, which was unquestionably uttered before these events. Habakkuk offers a rejoinder in 1:5–2:1 before God gives a final reply in the rest of Chapter 2. 28-32 at a somewhat later period, after Micah had published his book, and the terribly severe words of Micah in Micah 3:12 had produced repentance. The disciples then, first having the lightning of Thine arms, shall lead others also to its Light. at the light of Thine arrows which go abroad, at the bright glancing of Thy spear. At the light of thine arrows they went — Or rather, by their light (namely, the light of the sun and moon) thine arrows flew abroad, and by their shining, thy glittering spear. message from God. Habakkuk 3:11 Sun and moon stood in their places; They went away at the light of Your arrows, at the radiance of Your gleaming spear. 1. prayer--the only strictly called prayers are in Habakkuk 3:2. Chapter 3 is Habakkuk's prayer. Commentary on Habakkuk 3:1,2 (Read Habakkuk 3:1,2) The word prayer seems used here for an act of devotion. Tanchum: "This is a mystical interpretation, as you see; this is like the promise of the Most High; Isaiah 60:19. You should preach Habakkuk because of Luther. The great statement of Habakkuk 2:4, “the just shall live by his faith,” has been quoted three times in the New Testament: Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11; and Hebrews 10:38. 3. The song is a prayer, the response that he promised God in Habakkuk 2:1. It was from these two facts that Babel became the type of the imperial power, and not because the division of the human race into nations with different languages, and their dispersion over the whole earth, had their origin there (see A. ch. Introduction . Thru the Bible Commentary, Vol. When Joshua fought against the Amorites, at his command the sun and moon stood still, to give the Israelites time for the destruction of their enemies; and while these gave them light, Jehovah sent out his arrows and scattered them. He did not understand why God did not punish the iniquity of the house of Judah, and bring them back to Himself, as He had done in times past. But all devotional addresses to God are called "prayers" ( Psalms 72:20). Babel has this double significance in the Scriptures from the very commencement. His words refer to all the judgments, which took place from his own time onwards till the utter destruction of Jerusalem and the carrying away of the people to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar. But to those who know her she is nothing less than lightning, bright and transparent, so that whoso hath her is easily known to all around. When Joshua fought against the Amorites, at his command the sun and moon stood still, to give the Israelites time for the destruction of their enemies; and while these gave them light, Jehovah sent out his arrows and scattered them. We don’t know Habakkuk’s occupation. And lastly, although the distinction between conditional prophecies and those uttered unconditionally is, generally speaking, correct enough, and is placed beyond all doubt by Jeremiah 18:7-10; there is nothing in the addresses and threatenings of the two prophets to indicate that Micah uttered his threats conditionally, i.e., in case there should be no repentance, whereas Isaiah uttered his unconditionally. The sun and moon stood still in their habitation; stand still, or withdraw into their habitation. We must therefore not restrict his threats in Micah 3:12 and Micah 4:10 even to the Chaldaean catastrophe, nor the promise of Israel's deliverance in Babel out of the hands of its foes to the liberation of the Jews from Babylon, which was effected by Cyrus, and their return to Palestine under Zerubbabel and Ezra; but must also extend the threat of punishment to the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans and the attendant dispersion of the Jews over all the world, and the redemption out of Babel promised in Micah 4:10 to that deliverance of Israel which, in the main, is in the future still. Proud member Hide browse bar Your current position in the text is marked in blue. But these arguments are not decisive. Habakkuk 3:3, 9, 13 What does selah mean in the Bible? It has therefore been thought, that in Micah 3:12 Micah predicts the destruction of Jerusalem, and here in Micah 4:10 the carrying away of Judah to Babylon by the Assyrians; and this opinion, that Micah expected the judgment upon Jerusalem and Judah to be executed by the Assyrians, and not by the Babylonians, has been supported partly by such passages as Micah 5:4-5, and Jeremiah 26:18-19, and partly by the circumstance that Micah threatens his own corrupt contemporaries with the judgment which he predicts on account of their sins; whereas in his time the Assyrians were the only possible executors of a judgment upon Israel who were then standing on the stage of history (Caspari). Jehovah sent out his arrows and scattered them. Chapter 3 is Habakkuk's prayer of praise in the form of a poetic song. Then Habakkuk writes a prayer expressing his strong faith in God, even through these trials (Habakkuk 3:1-19). Salem Media Group. Maurer translates, "At the light of Thine arrows (which) went" or flew. Habakkuk Chapter 2: The Five Woes Against Society. Compiled & Edited by BST & Crosswalk Staff, California - Do Not Sell My Personal Information. They went then at the light of Thine arrows. In the midst of the years make it known; In wrath remember mercy. Dion. If this threat were only conditional, the promise would also have only a conditional validity; and the final glorification of the kingdom of God would be dependent upon the penitence of the great mass of the people of Israel, - a view which is diametrically opposed to the real nature of the prophecies of both, yea, of all the prophets. At the light of thine arrows they went — By their light thine arrows fled abroad, and by their shinings thy glittering spear. thine arrows flew abroad, and by their shining, thy glittering spear. When all other light is withdrawn, and the Sun, our Lord, is hardly beheld in the darkness of the last days, and the moon, the Church, shall not give her light, Christ not shining upon her as before, because "iniquity shall abound, and the love of many shall wax cold," and "stars," many who seem to shine with the light of grace, "shall fall from heaven," His own shall walk on and advance in holiness. O Lord, I have heard Your speech and was afraid; O Lord, revive Your work in the midst of the years! This argument falls to the ground with the untenable assumptions upon which it is founded. Micah accordingly predicts the carrying away of the daughter Zion to Babel, and her deliverance there out of the power of her enemies, not because Babel along with Nineveh was the metropolis of the world-empire of his time, or a chief city of that empire, but because Babel, from its very origin, was a type and symbol of the imperial power. Now, if he had been speaking of a judgment upon Judah through the medium of the Babylonians, "he would (so Caspari thinks) not only have threatened his contemporaries with a judgment which could not fall upon them, since it was not possible till after their time, inasmuch as the Assyrians were on the stage in his day; but he would also have been most incomprehensibly silent as to the approaching Assyrian judgment, of which Isaiah spoke again and again." The arrows are God's judgments, as they threaten and wound from afar; The shining of Thy glittering spear - literally, of the lightning of Thy spear, when close at hand. ( Habakkuk 3:3 Habakkuk 3:9 Habakkuk 3:13), implies. At the light of thine arrows they went — By their light thine arrows fled abroad, and by their shinings thy glittering spear. We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. Habakkuk 3:11-12. A. Habakkuk describes catastrophic trials Habakkuk lists out some of the worst trials that people faced in his days. Moreover, in Isaiah 28-32 there is not a single trace that Micah's terrible threatening had produced such repentance, that the Lord was able to withdraw His threat in consequence, and predict through Isaiah the rescue of Jerusalem from the Assyrian. 1862, p. (The Bible Knowledge Commentary, 1508) Is this burden Habakkuk saw a vision of the wickedness of the nations. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. The theme of Habakkuk is faith. Chapter 1 ended with the prophet perplexed that God could use the wicked nation of Babylon to judge an ungodly Judah. Moreover, such an explanation is proved to be untenable by the fact, that in Micah the threat of the destruction of Jerusalem and of the desolation of the temple mountain (Micah 3:12) stands in the closest connection with the promise, that at the end of the days the mountain of God's house will be exalted above all mountains, and Jehovah reign on Zion as king for ever (Micah 4:1-3 and Micah 7:1). Habakkuk 3:3 What does it mean that God came from Teman? Micah neither mentions the Assyrians nor the Babylonians as executing the judgment, nor does he say a word concerning the time when the predicted devastation or destruction of Jerusalem will occur. A prayer of the prophet Habakkuk according to Shigionoth.The Prophet's Prayer O Lord, I have heard of your renown,and I stand in awe, O Lord, of your work.In our own time revive it;in our own time ma The best part of this song is that it shows that Habakkuk truly grasped what God was teaching him. Rup. b) The Habakkuk-Commentary of the Dead Sea. 1 This is a prayer of Habakkuk the prophet: # tn The Hebrew text adds עַל שִׁגְיֹנוֹת (’al shigyonot, “upon [or, “according to”] shigyonot”). It may be rendered as a petition, "let them walk at the light" (q), &c.; a prayer of faith that it might be, and which is a prophecy that it would be. For this double announcement may be very simply explained from the fact that the judgments which Israel had yet to endure, and the period of glory to follow, lay, like a long, deep diorama, before the prophet's mental eye; and that in his threatenings he plunged sometimes more, sometimes less, deeply into those judgments which lay in perspective before him (see Delitzsch on Isaiah, at Isaiah 32:20). (p) "intra habitaculum", Cocceius, Van Till, "vel in tugurio", ib. The meaning of this word is uncertain. Habakkuk 3:11. For most transparent is virtue." at the light of thine arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering spear; the commonly received sense of the words is, either at the light and shining of the sun and moon, when they stood still in Joshua's time; the arrows of the Almighty, and the lightning of his spear, that is, hailstones mingled with fire, and thunder, and lightning, which the heathens call Jupiter's arrows; these steered their course, being directed against the enemies of the Lord's people, and fought for them, Joshua 10:10 or at the light of these, which looked very bright and dazzling through the rays of the sun upon them, the Israelites marched against their enemies, and avenged themselves on them: but these bright arrows and glittering spear, and the light and shining of them, seem to design no other than the weapons of the Christian ministry or warfare; the Gospel, and the doctrines of it; the light of which broke forth at the Reformation, the same that is meant by the "morning star", Revelation 2:28 irradiated by which, the ministers of it especially went forth with courage against their antichristian enemies, and prevailed, and spread the Gospel in many countries. Habakkuk 3:11, NASB : "Sun and moon stood in their places; They went away at the light of Your arrows, At the radiance of Your gleaming spear." Habakkuk 3:11 Translation & Meaning. He was jealous for the nation of Israel, who had strayed far away from the Lord their God. The sun and moon stood still in their habitation —, At the light of thine arrows they went —. Habakkuk 3:10 The mountains saw thee, and they trembled: the overflowing of the water passed by: the deep uttered his voice, and lifted up his hands on high. Habakkuk 3:11 “The sun and moon stood still in their habitation: at the light of thine arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering spear.” King James Version (KJV) "O LORD, I have heard thy speech, [and] was afraid: O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, … The sun and moon stand still in their habitation. Again, Jeremiah 26:18, Jeremiah 26:19 - where the chief men of Judah, in order to defend the prophet Jeremiah, quote Micah's prophecy, with the remark that king Hezekiah did not put him to death in consequence, but feared the Lord and besought His face, so that the Lord repented of the evil which He had spoken concerning Jerusalem - simply proves that these chief men referred Micah's words to the Assyrians, and attributed the non-fulfilment of the threatened judgment by the Assyrians to Hezekiah's penitence and prayer, and that this was favoured by the circumstance that the Lord answered the prayer of the king, by assuring him that the Assyrian army should be destroyed (Isaiah 37:21.). The sun [and] moon stood still in their habitation This is generally thought to refer to the miracle in the times of Joshua, ( Joshua 10:12 Joshua 10:13 ) but a different word is there used, especially of the standing still of the sun; nor are the sun and moon said there to stand in their habitation; nor will the series of the history of times past, or the thread of prophecy of things to come, admit of this reference; nor do the words express the clear shining of the sun and moon at their standing still, but the reverse; for the phrase, "in their habitation", may be rendered, "within their tent" F16, or pavilion; (See Gill on Psalms 19:4); which is no other than their being encompassed and covered with clouds; which is just such a pavilion as God is said to be in, when "darkness was his secret place; his pavilion round about him dark waters and thick clouds of the skies", ( Psalms 18:11 ) and so is expressive of the dark times of antichrist, which followed, when the Pagan persecutions were over, Christianity supported by secular powers, and the Christian churches raised to the height of riches and honour; and then the man of sin showed himself, the pope of Rome took upon him the title of universal bishop, and introduced false doctrines, strange worship, and bad discipline, into the church, and obscured the glorious light of it; and Mahomet also arose with his locusts, the Saracens, out of the bottomless pit opened, from whence came a smoke which darkened the sun and air, ( Revelation 9:1 Revelation 9:2 ) : at the light of thine arrows they went, [and] at the shining of thy glittering spear; the commonly received sense of the words is, either at the light and shining of the sun and moon, when they stood still in Joshua's time; the arrows of the Almighty, and the lightning of his spear, that is, hailstones mingled with fire, and thunder, and lightning, which the heathens call Jupiter's arrows; these steered their course, being directed against the enemies of the Lord's people, and fought for them, ( Joshua 10:10 Joshua 10:11 ) or at the light of these, which looked very bright and dazzling through the rays of the sun upon them, the Israelites marched against their enemies, and avenged themselves on them: but these bright arrows and glittering spear, and the light and shining of them, seem to design no other than the weapons of the Christian ministry or warfare; the Gospel, and the doctrines of it; the light of which broke forth at the Reformation, the same that is meant by the "morning star", ( Revelation 2:28 ) irradiated by which, the ministers of it especially went forth with courage against their antichristian enemies, and prevailed, and spread the Gospel in many countries. The sun and moon stood still in their habitation — At the command of Joshua. It is true that it has an analogon in Isaiah 34:6-7, where Isaiah predicts to king Hezekiah in the most literal terms the carrying away of all his treasures, and of his sons (descendants), to Babylon. On shigionoth. of Arrows and spears are part of the spiritual armory of God, wherewith the people are subdued unto Him. Habakkuk 3:11. The Hebrew is from a … It may refer to the literary genre of the prayer or to the musical style to be employed when it is sung. But as he has done neither the one nor the other, it cannot be said that, inasmuch as the destruction of Jerusalem and the carrying away of the people was not effected by the Assyrians, but by the Babylonians (Chaldaeans), he would have been altogether silent as to the approaching Assyrian judgment, and only threatened them with the Chaldaean catastrophe, which did not take place till a long time afterwards. Goth. ); and after its erection Babel was made by Nimrod the beginning of the empire of the world (Genesis 10:10). Habakkuk 3:11 - The sun and moon stood still in their habitation: at the light of thine arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering spear. Habakkuk 3:11 The sun and moon stood still in their habitation: at the light of thine arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering spear. JOE GUGLIELMO. That the words of Micah, in their deepest sense, should be so interpreted, is not only warranted, but necessitated, by the announcement which follows in Micah 4:11-13 of the victorious conflict of Zion with many nations, which points far beyond the conflicts of the Jews in the times succeeding the captivity. For Isaiah had predicted that the Assyrian would not conquer Jerusalem, but that his army would be destroyed under its walls, not only in Isaiah 28-32, at the time when the Assyrians are approaching with threatening aspect under Shalmaneser or Sennacherib, but much earlier than that, - namely, in the time of Ahaz, in Isaiah 10:5-12:6. Foreshadowings: The Apostle Paul quotes Habakkuk 2:4 on two different occasions (Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11) to reiterate the doctrine of justification by faith. Admiring and conceiving in themselves those virtues which are the arms of Christ, they shine forth to others, a gleam, as it were, of the bright flash of light inherent in those graces." His glory covered the heavens and his praise filled the earth. Now he can only stand back in awe and in reverential fear of the One who will act on behalf of His people. Habakkuk 3:11, KJV: "The sun and moon stood still in their habitation: at the light of thine arrows they went, and at the shining of thy glittering spear." Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. 30: Nahum & Habakkuk. Lmmert, Babel, das Thier und der falsche Prophet. In the main, however, Micah goes hand in hand with his contemporary Isaiah. 36ff. The sun and moon stood still in their habitation: at the light of your arrows they went, and at the shining of your glittering spear. 2. The judgments of God are a light to His people, while they are the destruction of His enemies; in them they "learn righteousness" Isaiah 26:9. (p) According to your command the sun was directed by the weapons of your people, that fought in your cause, as though it dare not go forward. This shows the English words related to the source biblical texts along with brief definitions. 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