Peace be with you!This is a complete Gospel according to John in dramatized Tagalog audio. Our English version reads the first and last clauses of the verse as imperative, and the second as an indicative, but there is no good reason for doing so; and a sense more in harmony with the context is got by reading them all as imperatives. John 13:31,—that the time is come when a full revelation is to be made of the ‘glory’ of the Son of man in the Father, and of the Father in Him; when it shall be seen that the ‘going away’ of Jesus to the Father not only contains in it what swallows up all the humiliation of His earthly lot, but is the great proof and illustration of that union of Himself with the Father in love, the manifestation of which ‘glorifies’ both the Father and the Son. The disciples were aware of Jesus' conflict with Jewish authorities and the danger that it presented. You believe in God, and put your trust in him; believe also, and trust in me, no less than in him. The verb "believe" or "trust" (Gr. No separation ought to be made between this chapter and the last section of chap, 13, for the place, the circumstances, and the object of the discourse here entered on are the same as there. No one can miss the significance of this acknowledgment in its bearing on our redemption, I will come again and receive you to myself, that where I am, there ye may be also, Whither I go ye know, and the way ye know, —The Saviour himself, in view of his own impending passion, had been “troubled in spirit,”. Explanation of John 14 By Rev. Let not your heart be troubled. (translation: Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905)) Explaining the Inner Meaning of John 14Verse 14:1.The Word teaches, that man ought to 1. "You believe in God, believe also in me." the interesting parallel in chap. The prophecy of St. Peter’s denial had followed upon the indication of Judas as the traitor, and upon the announcement of the Lord’s departure. Commentators greatly differ, but the essential result of either meaning will be the same. This verse introduces a short section of revelation that has given much comfort to God"s people as they think about the future ( John 14:1-4). The term "dwelt" in Greek is skēno ō, which means literally to "pitch a tent" (skēnē). The Lord had Himself been troubled as the darkness drew on (John 12:27; John 13:21), and He calms the anxious thoughts that He reads in the souls of the disciples. John 1:14 Parallel Verses [ See commentary ]John 1:14, NIV: "The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us.We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth." The work of the disciples, committed to them as it had been to their Master (chap. Ye believe in God, believe also in me.—It is more natural to take both these clauses as imperative—Believe in God, believe also in Me. commentary translation in English-Tagalog dictionary tl Hinggil dito, ganito ang sinabi ng isang komentaryo may kinalaman sa Unang Samuel mga kabanata 13 at 14: “Ngunit hindi magkasundo ang mga komentarista kung saan gagawa ng mga pagpapalit (halimbawa, ang salin ni Smith ay kababasahan ng Geba para sa Gibeah sa lahat ng mga talata; ang salin ni Kennedy ay kababasahan ng Geba para … If ye would assuredly come to Him with true faith, ye must come to Him in Me, and through Me: if ye have Me aright, ye have Him aright. Upon the word troubled. The words are an allusion to Psalms 42:5 : "Why art thou cast down, O my soul? John 14:3(NASB) Verse Thoughts Jesus had just told His disciples that He was going away – but that He was going to prepare a special place for them in His Father’s house. The same reliance, therefore, which you can repose in God, as a God of universal reality and truth, you can, in spite of all the sufferings you shall see me endure, repose. John 17:18), will bring with it this ‘trouble;’ yet they have enough to keep them calm with His own calmness (John 14:27), enough to lead them to say with Him, ‘But for this cause came I unto this hour’ (chap. To understand it differently in the two would give, either to faith in God or to faith in Jesus, an independent existence inconsistent with the general teaching of this Gospel. All that His heart, glowing with love, had still to say to His friends, was compressed into this short season. Siya ay naparitong isang saksi upang magpatotoo tungkol sa ilaw upang ang lahat ay sumampalataya sa pamamagitan niya. Let them not be afraid. "—'This saying shows us, on the one hand, that characteristic of our nature which everywhere and always inclines to fear and despondency; and it also shows us, on the other hand, the dignity of Christ, who in the fulness of love takes upon Himself our infirmity, who, Himself then going to meet Satan and death, yet is so sublimely exalted above His own suffering, that He can come to His disciples' help with consolation, and arm them against danger and dread. To believe in God is to believe in him as he has manifested himself in his dear Son in all the fullness of his love, in all the riches of his grace, and in all the depth of his mercy. JOHN 14:1-3 Jesus’ Parting Words to His Disciples "Do not let your hearts be distressed. Siya ay sumigaw at nagsabi: Siya ang aking sinasabing, ang paparitong kasunod ko ay lalong higit sa akin sapagkat siya ay una sa akin. Jesus thereupon proceeds, assuming their faith in God and himself, to direct their attention from the approaching scenes of earthly woe, to the heaven he indicates beyond them. but now he employs his own moments of divine calmness to sustain the hearts of his followers above a similar trouble. Ye believe in God, believe also in me, [ pisteuete (Greek #4100) eis (Greek #1519) ton (Greek #3588) Theon (Greek #2316), kai (Greek #2532) eis (Greek #1519) eme (Greek #1691) pisteuete (Greek #4100)]. 1 Thessalonians 4:18). Be not cast down and disquieted. To this Olshausen half reclines. He who is firmly based on Him has a sure foundation of trust. Narinig nila na siya ay nagkakaroon at nagbabawtismo ng ligit na maraming alagad kaysa kay Juan. Kaniyang ipinagtapat: Hindi ako ang Kristo. The Son of God, then, who is Jesus Christ, (61) holds out himself as the object to which our faith ought to be directed, and by means of which it will easily find that on which it can rest; for he is the true Immanuel, who answers us within, as soon as we seek him by faith. The same reliance, therefore, which you can repose in God, as a God of universal reality and truth, you can, in spite of all the sufferings you shall see me endure, repose in me, the only begotten Son of God. —God the Father Almighty as the basis and foundation of all things; whom we cannot but conceive as existing as the. Jesus Himself says in ch. Jesus began by washing the disciples' It is the appropriate punishment of that pride which is offended by the lowliness of Christ. Faith, however, can apprehend only a God become incarnate; which explains the fact, that Deism everywhere in history appears as the mere forerunner of Atheism, and as nothing but a developing Atheism. Si Juan ay nagpapatotoo tungkol sa kaniya. Ang Salitang ito ay puspos ng biyaya at katotohanan. The heart is metaphorically the center of personality. 2 In my Father's house there are many places to live in; otherwise I would have told you. (Bengel: Fides antiqua in Deum novo quasi colore tingitur in Jesum Christum credendo.). "1 John 5:14, ESV: "And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us." Be troubled; a season of great trial was just before them. That God, however, was not the abstract God which could not be the object of true faith and living confidence; but rather the God who had been revealed through the ages, and had dwelt in their midst, the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses. The simple and natural way is, to render similarly what is similarly expressed: nor ought this rule ever to be departed from, unless something absurd or incongruous should follow from the observance of it, which is so far from being the case here, that by rendering both in the imperative, the sense is not only good, but apposite.”, having answered the questions of St. Peter, Jesus again addresses himself to his disciples, and bids them not to be afflicted or troubled, at what he says to them. 1 * “Do not let your hearts be troubled. And He did it by pointing out what He would be doing for them in the future. You trust in God, trust also in me. To believe in God in such a way as to bring pardon and peace into their conscience; to believe in God so as to find manifest acceptance with him; to believe in God so as to call him Abba, Father, and feel that the Spirit himself bears witness with our spirit that we are his children; to believe in God so as to find him a very present help in trouble; to receive answers to prayer, to walk in the light of his countenance, to have his love shed abroad in the heart, to be manifestly reconciled to him, and feel a sense of his manifested goodness and mercy—this is to believe in God through Jesus Christ. We ought always to attend to the time when these words were spoken, that Christ wished his disciples to remain brave and courageous, when they might think that every thing was in the greatest confusion; and therefore we ought to employ the same shield for warding off such assaults. Trust in God. Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, believe also in me. Calming troubled hearts with trust and hope in Jesus. ойдут. John 11:26. It may be translated ye believe in God, or believe ye in God. (1) As two imperatives-`Believe in God, and believe in Me.' They not only have to hold to their belief in God, they have to hold to their belief in Him. (So the Vulgate, Maldonat, Erasmus, Calvin, Beza-who, however, gives the first clause an interrogatory turn, 'Believe ye in God? He asks them to believe in him as they believe in God. From all appearances, it would seem that John knows next to nothing about angels or shepherds, stars or magi. ; Theophylactus; Theodor. Either translation of the word is strictly correct, but the meaning is the same. At length in the Redeemer's sublime intercessory prayer, His full soul was poured forth in express petitions to His heavenly Father on behalf of those who were His own. Tagalog 1905 John 14 1 Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. A God sundered from Christ dwells in inaccessible light—not to be apprehended, and utterly obscure. I go to prepare a place for you. The heirs of eternal life must be kept by God, during the time of their pilgrimage, like the apple of His eye. 2 In my Father's house are many rooms; if it were not so, I would have told you. (4) The first indicative and the second imperative, as in our version-`Ye believe in God, believe also in Me.' Jehovah sundered from Moses would not be Jehovah, but an empty idea of the imagination, which could not be the object of faith and confidence. The spelling of the words in both moods is identical in the Greek text. You believe in God. I. —Who am the revealer and the manifestation of God essential, as has been verified by the attributes of God exercised and displayed through me. But Christ had a different object in view, for all acknowledge that we ought to believe in God, and this is an admitted principle to which all assent without contradiction; and yet there is scarce one in a hundred who actually believes it, not only because the naked majesty of God is at too great a distance from us, but also because Satan interposes clouds of every description to hinder us from contemplating God. There is no reason for translating the two verbs differently. 2 Sa bahay ng aking Ama ay maraming tahanan; kung di gayon, ay sinabi ko sana sa inyo; sapagka't ako'y paroroon upang ipaghanda ko kayo ng dakong kalalagyan. Ang sanlibutan ay nilikha sa pamamagitan niya at hindi siya nakilala ng sanlibutan. This is very fittingly made the first, inasmuch as eternal life is the supreme benefit, for which every other paves the way. John 12:27. I am going now to prepare a place for you, 3 and after I have gone and prepared you a place, I shall return John 14:3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. We teach children to say, we ourselves constantly say, “I believe in God the Father.” Did we but fully grasp the meaning of what we say, the troubles of our hearts would be hushed to silence; and our religion would be a real power over the whole life, and would be also, in a fulness in which it never has been, a real power over the life of the world. While John 1:1-14 is the appointed Gospel lesson for Christmas Day (Proper III), I prefer to preach on the first 18 verses.1 The Prologue to John’s Gospel is John’s birth story of Jesus. 3 After I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back. John 12:27).—The foundation of all peace comes first, and the word ‘believe’ must be taken in the same way in both clauses of the statement. The word ‘heart’ is in the singular, ‘the heart of you all.’ It may mean ‘each of your hearts’ or ‘all your hearts’ seen as one in a collective noun. Jesus had just told them that He was going to leave them ( John 13:33), but they had forsaken all to follow Him. The passage, Exodus 14:31, is in a certain sense analogous: "And the people believed the Lord, and His servant Moses." But more: as the πιστεύετε denotes rather the privilege than the obligation of believing, it is of great significance that God sundered from Christ has nothing left for forgiveness or bestowment. (1) Let not your heart be troubled.—The division of chapters is unfortunate, as it breaks the close connection between these words and those which have gone immediately before. These words from Scripture have comforted multitudes of God's children down through the corridors of time. They are worthily dealt with in that they are sent away empty. Thus it is said of believers, that they are not troubled, because, relying on the word of God, though very great difficulties press hard upon them, still they remain steadfast and upright. tarassestho) because they did not understand what lay before them. Siya ay nagtapat at hindi nagkaila. 1.Let not your heart be troubled—The Saviour himself, in view of his own impending passion, had been “troubled in spirit,” John 13:31; John 12:27, but now he employs his own moments of divine calmness to sustain the hearts of his followers above a similar trouble. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) John 14:1-14 EXEGESIS: JOHN 13-17. They were confused by the thought of his death. He not only commands them to dismiss their agitation, but gives them reason: ’ . Here also the juxtaposition is merely apparent. 2 and 33 we have the first ground of consolation, the allusion to life eternal. 1 John 5:14 Parallel Verses [ See commentary ]1 John 5:14, NIV: "This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. Hindi siya ang ilaw ngunit siya ay sinugo upang magpatotoo tungkol sa ilaw. A preacher could … Continue reading "Commentary on John 1:1-14" John 10:30, it is indifferent whether we place our confidence in God or in Christ. It is one of the leading articles of our faith, that our faith ought to be directed to Christ alone, that it may not wander through long windings; and that it ought to be fixed on him, that it may not waver in the midst of temptations. But the original words, πιστευετε εις τον θεον και εις εμε πιστευετε, it seems, ought rather to be rendered, Believe in God, believe also in me; that is, Confide in the being, perfections, and superintending providence of God: or, Rely on the great acknowledged principles of natural religion, that the glorious Maker and Governor of the world is most wise, mighty, holy, just, and good, and the sovereign disposer of all events; and comfort yourselves likewise with the peculiar doctrines of that holy religion which I have taught you. But in passing through it, they must not lose their confidence in God or in him. CHAPTER 14 Last Supper Discourses. Ang Salita ay sumasa Diyos at ang Salita ay Diyos. We must, therefore, either translate, ‘Ye believe in God, ye believe also in me,’ or, ‘Believe in God, believe also in me;’ the hortatory form of ‘Let not your heart be troubled’ and of the whole discourse makes the latter probable. It is an encouragement not only to maintain their confidence in God, but also to have the same confidence in Jesus. (1) A command to calm the troubled heart. Goodness, he doesn’t appear even to know the name of Jesus’ mother! It is the evolution of the Divine plan that they have to do with; therefore let them believe in ‘God.’ In addition to this, we may call to mind that God Himself was the Fountain of that Messianic hope of which, by the departure of Jesus, the disciples would think themselves deprived. John 20:17). "Let not your heart be troubled: believe ye in God, and believe in Me. It is ‘trouble’ from the opposition of the world while they carry on their work of love; but ‘trouble’ which at the same time passes into the heart, and leads to the conflict of all those feelings of anxiety, perplexity, fear, and sorrow, which make the heart like a ‘troubled sea’ that the Divine voice ‘Peace, be still!’ alone can calm. I am going away to make ready a place for you. John 13:21, it is said of Him that "He was troubled in spirit:" consequently He cannot have required in His servants anything like a stoical apathy, which is ever the sign of a withered and hardened heart; but only that their sorrow should never have the dominion over them. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary, Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia. While however separation must thus take place, it is, on the other hand, the object of our Lord to show that it was really no separation,—that He does not ‘go away’ in the carnal sense understood by Peter in chap. Moreover, a considerable portion of these sublime communications surpassed the point of view to which the disciples had at the time attained: hence, the Redeemer frequently repeats the same sentiments in order to impress them more deeply upon their minds, and, because of what they still did not understand, points them to the Holy Spirit, who would remind them of all His sayings, and lead them into all truth.'. Otherwise, I would have told you. Christ here begins those incomparable discourses to his apostles, which are set down in the four next chapters. Let not your heart be tossed and agitated like water driven by winds; cf. John 14:1-3 New International Version Update Jesus Comforts His Disciples 14 “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Each of the two clauses suffices in itself: Believe in God and Believe in Me. vi, ver. So Luther, who gives it this turn-`If ye, believe in God, then do ye also believe in Me.' Предвидя это опустошение, Иисус говорил, чтобы утешить их сердца. But when the repast was finished, the language of Christ assumed a loftier strain; the disciples, assembled around their Master, listened to the words of life, and seldom spoke a word. pisteuo), which occurs twice, can be either in the indicative or the imperative mood in each case. Да не смущается сердце ваше. psuchē), the centre of feeling and faith (, Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, believe also in me. Let your heart be kept with full trust in God. I am going there to prepare a place for you. Our Evangelist, like a consecrated priest, alone opens up to us the view into this sanctuary. John 14:2 In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. What myriads of souls have not these opening words cheered, in deepest gloom, since first they were uttered! The relation of the positive to the negative, with the comparison of Psalms 42:6, Exodus 14:31, and 2 Chronicles 20:20, are sufficient to prove this to be the correct view. John 15 I Am the True Vine 1 Ako ang tunay na puno ng ubas, at ang aking Ama ang magsasaka. This is Christianity in brief. They must not waver in their confidence. Sila ay ipinanganak mula sa Diyos. 1.Let not your heart be troubled. The themes we have come to know for Christmas preaching are certainly present in how John begins his gospel. Impending departure of Jesus, John 14:1-14. At first the contact took the form of conversation; sitting at table, they talked familiarly together. Do not be worried and upset. Yet, as the disciples already believed, the exhortation must have reference not to the formation, but to the deepening and constant exercise of that faith, the object of which is really one—God in Jesus. (Witham). That the πιστεύετε is in both instances to be taken as imperative, is now all but universally acknowledged. They who derive their instruction from the notions of such men, must be shaken by the slightest gale of wind that blows. Let not your heart be troubled: The disciples had … Datapuwat ang lahat ng tumanggap sa kaniya ay binigyan niya ng karapatang maging mga anak ng Diyos. “Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me.” a. We say, first, that Jesus is the Christ of God, II. Christians have tender hearts, and therefore deep sorrows; but they have also the privilege of consolation from above. The whole is most intelligible by keeping his agony, and cross, and departure in view, as the point by which they would most be troubled. 7 He came to tell people about the light. (The Vulgate is incorrect: Creditis in Deum et in me credite; so Luther and the English translation.) Thus also we may understand why faith in God is mentioned first, and not second, as in chap. It is a peculiarity of these last chapters, that they treat almost exclusively of the most profound relations-as that of the Son to the Father, and of both to the Spirit; that of Christ to the Church, of the Church to the world, and so forth. See also Luke 24:38. ye believe. It must be observed that He is here speaking not to such as were enjoying a perfect tranquillity,—so that the dehortation would refer to a dismay possible in the future,—but to souls that were profoundly moved and disquieted. The form of juxtaposition, as of counterparts, is adopted in order to obviate the misunderstanding which would sunder God from His manifestation in Christ, and assign to Christ only a subordinate place. He who is firmly based on Him has a sure foundation of trust. In vers. —This may be either indicative or imperative in the Greek. Jesus was telling the disciples (plural "your") to trust in God and to trust in Him just as they trusted in God. These thoughts may well have brought troubled hearts. Let not your heart be troubled —The Saviour himself, in view of his own impending passion, had been “troubled in spirit,” John 13:31 ; John 12:27 , but now he employs his own moments of divine calmness to sustain the … Trust in God the Father, and in Jesus Christ his Son, is the great safeguard against troubles, and the all-sufficient support under them. Thus Dr. Campbell: “The two clauses are so similarly expressed and linked together by the copulative [ και, and, or also] that it is, I suspect, unprecedented, to make the verb in one an indicative, and the same verb repeated in the other an imperative. His sufferings and death now approaching, he forewarns them not to be troubled. and that whosoever should believe in him, should have life everlasting. As a matter of fact, the present trouble of the hearts of the disciples arose from a want of a true belief in God; and the command is to exercise a true belief, and to realise the presence of the Father, as manifested in the person of the Son. Siya ay pumunta sa kaniyang sariling mga tao at hindi siya tinanggap ng kaniyang sariling mga tao. ; and so in the Epistle to the Hebrews, ch. Faith was reposed in Jehovah, who was revealed through Moses, and in Jehovah, who wrought great deeds by Moses. There also Jehovah is not the abstract God, but, as the appendage shows, the God who dwelt among the people; and, in His organs the prophets, assumed, as it were, flesh and blood. The dominating thought of all is that of chap. on ch. May isang lalaking isinugong mula sa Diyos. Opening prayer tagalog non stop playlist opening payer for meetings, seminars, class, school teachers , tagalog and filipino #Openingprayertagalog Saved by Quotesly Proud men are ashamed of Christ’s humiliation, and, therefore, they fly to God’s incomprehensible Divinity. It is the highest act of faith that is referred to,—faith, no doubt, in God through Jesus, but faith in Him as the ultimate Guide of all that happens. Mula sa kaniyang kapuspusan ay tumanggap tayong lahat ng abut-abot na biyaya. Ideo ad incomprehensibile rei numen evolant.). It is the record of the last moments spent by the Lord in the midst of His disciples before His passion, when words full of heavenly thought flowed from His sacred lips. John 1:14, ESV: "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth." hope thou in God." ". Their trust in God is the essential antecedent of their trust in Christ. You believe in God []; believe also in me. Probably in both clauses Jesus meant to give an imperative command: "Believe in God; believe also in me." Another Old Testament parallel is 2 Chronicles 20:20, where Jehoshaphat says to the oppressed people, "Believe in the Lord your God, so shall ye be established; believe His prophets, so shall ye prosper." The Church of Christ must be disciplined by the cross. Ang kaniyang pangalan ay Juan. Ang ilaw ay nagliwanag sa kadiliman at ito ay hindi naunawaan ng kadiliman. Both are imperative. The source of their consolation is God himself, the heaven to which Jesus goes, the Father to whom he introduces them. John 12:27) when the prospect of His sufferings rose immediately before Him. Have confidence (believe) in God, have confidence also in me.”. kardia) that Jesus used collectively whereas the NIV interpreted it to mean each of their hearts individually. (Calvin: Pudet superbos homines humilitas Christi. 2 Ang bawa't sanga na sa akin ay hindi nagbubunga, ay inaalis niya: at ang bawa't sanga na nagbubunga ay nililinis niya, upang lalong magbunga. 15.) There is one star of hope, however, which shines, and shines steadily, in always equal clearness. They thought within themselves, if Peter, who is the strongest, and most resolute amongst us, shall so far forget himself, as to deny his master, what will become of us? 1 Huwag magulumihanan ang inyong puso: magsisampalataya kayo sa Dios, magsisampalataya naman kayo sa akin. I would not tell you this if it were not true. 2 There are many rooms in my Father’s house. But as they sat astounded and perplexed, He continues, . 1. John 14:1 Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. 39.) Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. But how unnatural this is, it is hardly necessary to say. John 1:14 is generally translated "the Word dwelt among us." This alone appears to us to bring out the natural and worthy sense-`Ye believe in God, as do all His true people, and the confidence ye repose in Him is the soul of all your religious exercises, actings and hopes: Well, repose the same trust in Me.'. We now come to that portion of the evangelical history which we may with propriety call its Holy of Holies. ch. Explaining the Inner Meaning of John 14 Verse 14:1. Why, then, this particular reading as an option for Christmas Day? Commentary on John 14:1-11 (Read John 14:1-11) Here are three words, upon any of which stress may be laid. The Word teaches, that man ought to look inwards towards the Lord in his Divine Humanity, for a refuge against evils. Jesus thereupon proceeds, assuming their faith in God and himself, to direct their attention from the approaching scenes of earthly woe, to the heaven he indicates beyond them. In me—Who am the revealer and the manifestation of God essential, as has been verified by the attributes of God exercised and displayed through me.