Serpent

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The word Serpent (Heb. nahash; Gr. ophis) is frequently noticed in Scripture.在圣经中经常看到的字蛇(希伯来书拿辖;。GR ophis)。More than forty species are found in Syria and Arabia.40余种被发现在叙利亚和沙特。The poisonous character of the serpent is alluded to in Jacob's blessing on Dan (Gen. 49:17; see Prov. 30:18, 19; James 3:7; Jer. 8:17).有毒的蛇字符提到,雅各的祝福丹(创49:17;见箴30:18,19;詹姆斯3:7;耶8:17)。 (Adder.) This word is used symbolically of a deadly, subtle, malicious enemy (Luke 10:19). (Adder.)这个词是象征性的一个致命的,潜移默化的,恶意的敌人(路加福音10:19)。

The serpent is first mentioned in connection with the history of the temptation and fall of our first parents (Gen. 3).(创3)我们的第一个父母的诱惑和秋季的历史中是第一次提到蛇。It has been well remarked regarding this temptation: "A real serpent was the agent of the temptation, as is plain from what is said of the natural characteristic of the serpent in the first verse of the chapter (3:1), and from the curse pronounced upon the animal itself. But that Satan was the actual tempter, and that he used the serpent merely as his instrument, is evident (1) from the nature of the transaction; for although the serpent may be the most subtle of all the beasts of the field, yet he has not the high intellectual faculties which the tempter here displayed. (2.) In the New Testament it is both directly asserted and in various forms assumed that Satan seduced our first parents into sin (John 8:44; Rom. 16:20; 2 Cor. 11:3, 14; Rev. 12:9; 20:2)."已表示关于这种诱惑:“一个真正的蛇诱惑的代理人,是纯是什么蛇在本章第一节(3:1)的自然特征,并从诅咒后,动物本身的发音,但撒旦是实际的诱惑,他用蛇,只是他的乐器,是明显的,从交易的性质(1);虽然蛇可能是最微妙的所有田野的走兽,但他并没有试探这里显示的高智力院系(2)在新约中,它是直接断言和各种形式的假设撒旦引诱我们的第一个父母入罪(约翰福音8:44罗16:20;哥林多后书11:3,14;启示录12:9; 20:2)“Hodge's System.Hodge的系统。Theol., ii.Theol。II。 127.127。

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Fiery Serpent火蛇

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The Fiery Serpent, (LXX. "deadly," Vulg. "burning"), Num.火蛇,(LXX.“致命”Vulg。“烧”),序号。21:6, is probably the naja haje of Egypt; some swift-springing, deadly snake (Isa. 14:29). 21:6,大概是埃及眼镜蛇haje;一些迅速,如雨后春笋,致命​​的蛇(以赛亚书14时29分)。After setting out from their encampment at Ezion-gaber, the Israelites entered on a wide sandy desert, which stretches from the mountains of Edom as far as the Persian Gulf.从他们在以旬gaber营地后,以色列人进入广泛的沙质沙漠,从波斯湾远的山以东延伸。While traversing this region, the people began to murmur and utter loud complaints against Moses.在穿越这一地区,人们开始杂音和叫得大声对摩西的投诉。As a punishment, the Lord sent serpents among them, and much people of Israel died.作为一种惩罚,其中主送蛇,以色列多少人死亡。 Moses interceded on their behalf, and by divine direction he made a "brazen serpent," and raised it on a pole in the midst of the camp, and all the wounded Israelites who looked on it were at once healed.摩西代表他们交涉,和神圣的方向,他提出了“铜蛇”,并提出了一个极点,在营地中,所有受伤的以色列人看着它,一次痊愈。 (Comp. John 3:14, 15.) (Asp.) This "brazen serpent" was preserved by the Israelites till the days of Hezekiah, when it was destroyed (2 Kings 18:4).以色列人到希西家的日子里,当它被破坏(2国王18:4)(Comp.约翰3:14,15)(Asp.)这“铜蛇”被保留下来。

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