LION - All The Bible Teaches About
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Everything in heaven and on earth bows down to Jesus Christ. As God indicates in Jeremiah and , just as no prey can withstand the attack of a lion, so the one chosen by God will be victorious over the enemies of God. Such will be their defeat, such will be his victory, that the whole earth will tremble. He has conquered. He could not be otherwise. Isaiah 11 tracks the human ancestry of Jesus Christ through Jesse, a descendant of Judah and the father of David. He judges with righteousness and establishes justice on the earth [verses 3, 4].
He strikes the earth with the rod of his mouth, and slays the wicked with the breath of his lips [verse 4]. He ushers in universal peace [verses ], a peace that is grounded in worldwide knowledge of God. Not only is he victorious, but he also establishes the purpose of God. In Jeremiah 23 and 33 the Lord introduces yet another aspect of the victorious work of the descendant of Judah. But even here the Lion of Judah is victorious:.
He reigns wisely and justly [; ]. His people live in safety [; ]. Their nuances are not reflected in modern translations of the Old Testament. They may be referring to actual events involving a lion, or to illustrate a point they are making in their message, or sometimes they use the lion as a symbol.
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It inhabits forests Jeremiah , thickets Jeremiah ,2 mountains Song of Solomon and deserts Isaiah The main weapons of the lion are his teeth which are recalled in times of pagan aggression Psalm ; Joel Often the lion carries its prey to its den to feed its lioness and whelps Nahum Lions are part and parcel of Jewish folklore - proverbs Ecclesiastes , parables Ezekiel and riddles Judges , For the people of Bible times the presence of the lion was a real threat to their daily lives.
There are other instances recorded in the Bible where people were killed and devoured by lions see I Kings and 2 Kings David was relating this story to Saul to persuade the king to let him go into battle against Goliath, the Philistine giant. But we note here the sort of man David was. The prophet Daniel, who was living in Babylon as a servant of the Persian king Darius, was thrown into a den of lions and survived a whole night amongst these ferocious animals.
In his prophesies Daniel employs the lion as a symbol of the Babylonian empire. This image strongly reminds one of the human- headed winged lions often exhibited in Babylon and Assyria. The lion is also a metaphor for the pagan nations which punish Israel when he turns away from the covenant and stops obeying God. After their complaint the king sent a Jewish priest to introduce them to monotheism although local pagan worship continued unabated.
The Lord sends a lion to kill a disobedient prophet but he does not allow his body to be eaten up. Thus the dead man received a proper burial which was very important for the ancients 1 Kings , The prophet Ezekiel has a vision, in which he sees the throne-chariot of God. This four-wheeled vehicle is driven by four "chayot" Hebrew: "living creatures" , each of which has four wings and the four faces of a man, lion, ox, and eagle.
This vision forms the basis of a long tradition of Merkaba mysticism which has also imbued Hasidic philosophy and Kabala. In the first book of the Bible are recorded the blessings that Jacob gave to his sons. He bows down, he lies down as a lion; and as a lion, who shall rouse him? On a seal of a minister of King Jeroboam II , unearthed at Megiddo, a roaring lion with curved tail is represented.
Here the lion personifies the kingdom of Judah, in which the minister served. It became the royal line when David became king. John the Divine. However, in contrast, his second coming will be with lion-like features, to subdue the nations and take vengeance on those who do not know God or obey the Gospel of Jesus Psalm 2 and 2 Thessalonians 1.
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The author of the first epistle of Peter does not share this optimistic millennialism. Ironically, later in Christianity the man, lion, ox, and eagle are used as symbols for the four evangelists. Here the winged lion, hardly different from the Mesopotamian pagan ones, symbolizes apostle Mark whose narrative begins with John the Baptist's mission in the desert. The leopard Panthera pardus is the largest of the cat family that still survives in the Middle East. It is used eight times in the Bible and references to it are either figurative or proverbial.
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It varies greatly in size and markings and the average animal is about 70 kilograms in weight. It is around two metres in length, excluding its nearly one metre long tail, and stands some 70 centimeters high at the shoulder. It can, however, grow much larger, equaling the size and weight of most men.
The ground colour of its coat is typically yellowish above and white below. Dark spots are generally arranged in rosettes over much of the body and the ground tint within the rosettes is sometimes a darker yellow. The leopard tends to be a solitary animal and is mainly nocturnal in habit. It is an agile climber and immensely strong. It can carry more than its own weight and frequently lifts and stores its kills high in the branches of a tree. It feeds upon any animals it can overpower, from small rodents to waterbuck, but generally prays on the smaller and medium-sized antelopes and deer.
It sometimes takes livestock and will attack human beings.
There is no definite breeding season and the female usually produces three cubs. The animal can take to water easily and is a good swimmer. The leopards that survive in the Negev desert in Israel today are listed as an endangered species. He was making a point here that we can also take to heart. He was condemning the nation of Israel for their waywardness and saying in effect that these chosen people of God were so set in their evil ways and so stubborn and rigid in their habits that they were beyond redemption.
In this instance he was telling the Israelites that their enemies, like the leopard, were eyeing them, watching and waiting for a chance to pounce, tear them apart and devour them.