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Gemme spirituali Ezechiele 1-5

Ez 1:20, 21, 26-28 — Cosa raffigura il carro celeste? (w07 1/7 11 par. 6)

1:4-28: Cosa raffigura il carro celeste? Il carro rappresenta la parte celeste dell’organizzazione di Geova formata da creature spirituali fedeli. La fonte del suo potere è lo spirito santo di Geova. Colui che guida il carro, e che rappresenta Geova, è circondato da una gloria indescrivibile. La sua calma è rappresentata da un bell’arcobaleno.

Ez 4:1-7 — Ezechiele recito davvero la scena che rappresentava l’assedio di Gerusalemme? (w07 1/7 12 par. 4)

4:1-17: Ezechiele recitò davvero la scena che rappresentava l’imminente assedio di Gerusalemme? Dal momento che Ezechiele chiese un altro tipo di combustibile per cuocere il cibo e Geova esaudì la sua richiesta, è evidente che il profeta recitò effettivamente la scena. Ezechiele giacque sul fianco sinistro per i 390 anni di errore del regno delle dieci tribù, periodo che va dall’inizio del regno nel 997 a.E.V. alla distruzione di Gerusalemme nel 607 a.E.V. Giacque sul fianco destro per i 40 anni di peccato di Giuda, periodo che va dal 647 a.E.V., quando Geremia fu costituito profeta, al 607 a.E.V. Nell’intero periodo di 430 giorni Ezechiele visse con una magra razione di cibo e acqua, indicando in modo profetico che durante l’assedio di Gerusalemme ci sarebbe stata una carestia.

Cosa avete imparato su Geova dai capitoli in programma questa settimana?

*** w16 novembre p. 16 par. 10 Quanto apprezziamo il Libro di Dio? ***

10 La Bibbia ci fa conoscere la parte celeste dell’organizzazione di Geova. In una visione ricevuta dal profeta Ezechiele, ad esempio, viene rappresentata da un carro celeste (Ezec. 1:4-28). Questo carro è guidato da Geova e si dirige dove il Suo spirito lo conduce. A sua volta la parte celeste dell’organizzazione influisce su quella terrena. Non c’è dubbio che il carro sia in movimento! Pensiamo a tutti i cambiamenti organizzativi che ci sono stati nell’ultimo decennio, e non dimentichiamo che a volerli è stato Geova. Dato che tra poco Cristo e i suoi santi angeli distruggeranno questo mondo malvagio, il carro celeste si dirige rapidamente verso la rivendicazione della sovranità di Geova e la santificazione del suo nome.

Quali altre gemme spirituali avete scoperto nei capitoli in programma questa settimana?

*** w16 marzo p. 27 Imitiamo lo spirito dei profeti ***

Ezechiele sapeva perché era stato mandato come profeta. Infatti quando Dio lo aveva inviato agli israeliti gli aveva detto: “Sia che odano o che se ne astengano […] certamente sapranno che un profeta stesso è stato in mezzo a loro” (Ezec. 2:5). Ezechiele tenne a mente lo scopo del suo incarico e fu quindi disposto a inscenare questo assedio simbolico di Gerusalemme. Si dimostrò un vero profeta. Un giorno, a lui e ai suoi compagni esiliati arrivò una notizia: “La città è stata abbattuta!” A quel punto gli israeliti dovettero riconoscere che un profeta era stato in mezzo a loro (Ezec. 33:21, 33).

Oggi noi avvertiamo le persone che l’intero sistema di cose di Satana sarà presto distrutto. Anche se potremmo essere fisicamente stanchi, impieghiamo le nostre energie per predicare la Parola di Dio, fare visite ulteriori e condurre studi biblici. Man mano che le profezie riguardanti la fine di questo sistema si adempiono, ognuno di noi prova la soddisfazione di essere uno strumento “per mezzo del quale vengono fatti conoscere la volontà e il proposito di Dio”.


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