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Gemme spirituali Geremia 35-38

Ger 35:19 — Perché i recabiti vennero benedetti? (it-2 714-715)


Discendenti di Recab il chenita tramite Gionadab. — Ger 35:6; 1Cr 2:55.

Sembra che all’epoca di Gionadab almeno alcuni recabiti vivessero nel regno settentrionale, poiché fu là che Gionadab si unì a Ieu (che regnò dal 904 ca. all’877 a.E.V.) nel combattere l’adorazione di Baal e “tutti quelli della casa di Acab che erano restati a Samaria”. (2Re 10:15-17) Gionadab impose alla sua famiglia (non si sa se prima o dopo l’esperienza con Ieu) di vivere in tende, di non seminare seme né piantare vigne e di non bere vino, perché erano residenti forestieri nel paese. — Ger 35:6-10.

Geova si compiacque della rispettosa ubbidienza che mostrarono. La loro incrollabile ubbidienza a un padre terreno era in netto contrasto con la disubbidienza dei giudei al loro Creatore. (Ger 35:12-16) Dio ricompensò i recabiti promettendo loro: “Non sarà stroncato da Gionadab figlio di Recab un uomo che stia sempre dinanzi a me”. — Ger 35:19.


Ger 37:21 — In che modo Geova si prese cura di Geremia, e come questo può incoraggiarci nei periodi difficili? (w98 15/1 18 parr. 16-17; w95 1/8 5 parr. 7-8)

*** w98 15/1 p. 18 parr. 16-17 Continuate a camminare con Dio ***

16 Amorevolmente Geova ci parla del sollievo che si proverà sotto il Regno messianico. (Salmo 72:1-4, 16; Isaia 25:7, 8) Ci aiuta anche a far fronte alle pressioni della vita d’ora dandoci consigli su come tenere al primo posto le cose più importanti. (Matteo 4:4; 6:25-34) Avendo fatto mettere per iscritto come ha aiutato i suoi servitori in passato, Geova ci rassicura. (Geremia 37:21; Giacomo 5:11) Ci rafforza facendoci avere la consapevolezza che il suo amore per i suoi leali servitori resta immutato, qualunque avversità si abbatta su di loro. (Romani 8:35-39) A chi ripone la sua fiducia in Lui, Geova dichiara: “Non ti lascerò affatto né in alcun modo ti abbandonerò”. — Ebrei 13:5.

*** w95 1/8 p. 5 Ci attendono tempi migliori ***

In seguito, quando il re di Babilonia assediò l’apostata Gerusalemme, la popolazione dovette “mangiare pane a peso e con ansiosa cura”. (Ezechiele 4:16) La situazione si fece così disperata che alcune donne mangiarono i propri figli. (Lamentazioni 2:20) Eppure, benché il profeta Geremia fosse in prigione a motivo della sua predicazione, Geova fece sì che ‘gli si desse ogni giorno un pane rotondo dalla via dei fornai, finché tutto il pane si esaurì nella città’. — Geremia 37:21.

Geova dimenticò forse Geremia quando la provvista di pane si esaurì? Evidentemente no, perché quando la città cadde in mano ai babilonesi a Geremia fu data ‘una razione di cibo e un regalo e fu lasciato andare’. — Geremia 40:5, 6; vedi anche Salmo 37:25.

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