SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:4 Y hablé y dije a aquel ángel que hablaba conmigo, diciendo: Â¿Qué es esto, Señor mío?
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 4. So I answered, and spake to the angel that talked with me , etc.] The same that awoke him out of sleep, and asked him what he saw: saying, What [are] these, my lord ? that is, what do they signify? what do they represent? or what are they emblems of? for he knew what they were; that they were a candlestick, and two olive trees; but he was desirous of knowing what the meaning of them were.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-7 - The prophet's spirit was willing to attend, but the flesh was weak. We should beg of God that, whenever he speaks to us, he would awaken us and we should then stir up ourselves. The church is a golde candlestick, or lamp-bearer, set up for enlightening this dark world and holding forth the light of Divine revelation. Two olive trees wer seen, one on each side the candlestick, from which oil flowed into the bowl without ceasing. God brings to pass his gracious purpose concerning his church, without any art or labour of man; sometimes he makes use of his instruments, yet he needs them not. This represente the abundance of Divine grace, for the enlightening and making holy the ministers and members of the church, and which cannot be procured of prevented by any human power. The vision assures us that the good wor of building the temple, should be brought to a happy end. The difficulty is represented as a great mountain. But all difficultie shall vanish, and all the objections be got over. Faith will remov mountains, and make them plains. Christ is our Zerubbabel; mountains of difficulty were in the way of his undertaking, but nothing is too har for him. What comes from the grace of God, may, in faith, be committe to the grace of God, for he will not forsake the work of his own hands.
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