These views of Daniel are widened out in Enoch and 2 Macc. BibliographyTorrey, R. A. Shame and everlasting contempt.--The latter word occurs only in this passage and Isaiah 66:24, where see the Note. “The glory of God refers first and foremost to the sheer weight of the reality of His presence” – Hard Sayings…, IN MY STUDIES OF THE WORD IN BOTH HEBREW AND GREEK, I have found that definition to be most accurate. Daniel may have specifically had in mind those who have been going through the time of trouble and will be delivered from a martyr’s death by resurrection. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. And many of them - The natural and obvious meaning of the word “many” (רבים rabı̂ym ) here is, that a large portion of the persons referred to would thus awake, but not all. (We’ve organised a rematch for July 20th. Christ shall shame them in that ample amphitheatre, and doom them to eternal destruction. . The Hebrew word means reproach, scorn, contumely; and it may be applied to the reproach which one casts on another, Job 16:10; Psalm 39:8 (9); Psalm 79:12; or to the reproach which rests on anyone, Joshua 5:9; Isaiah 54:4. "For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also that sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him. (Houbigant.) Send us feedback. Accessed 5 Nov. 2020. "Commentary on Daniel 12:2". The word itself would apply to any persons who were subjected to disgrace for their former misconduct. He referred to the hope of those Jews in particular. ESV Exodus 40:34-35 Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, and the glory of the LORD filled the tabernacle. – GotQuestions.com. 2. To keep up to date with all of our latest news and reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Winds were constantly blowing the sand and changing the contour of the land. To do this you need to swing your arms as if you’re running, a feature carried over from Survios’ Sprint Vector. What exactly does “glory” mean? We must hold this first of all, God is sufficiently powerful to defend us, and we need not hesitate in feeling ourselves safe under his hand and protection. All other rights reserved. We all are preparing to cross the sea. It neither asserts nor excludes the thought that all shall rise (Thomson). This passage is worthy of especial notice, because the prophets do not contain any clearer testimony than this to the last resurrection, particularly as the angel distinctly asserts the future rising again of both the righteous and the wicked. This shews the angel to be treating of the last resurrection, which is common to all, and allows of no exceptions. Some of the Jews strain this expression to mean the restoration of the Church in this world under themselves, which is perfectly frivolous. Jesus gave His seal of approval to the advancement of this idea into an other-worldly Gehenna where the wicked would be finally punished (Mark 9:47-48). Which is not to be understood in a figurative and metaphorical, sense, as by R. Jeshuah the Jew, Porphyry the Heathen, and by some Christian writers; neither of the deliverance of the Jews from the troubles of Antiochus, or their present captivity; nor of the spiritual resurrection of them, or others, from their state of infidelity to a profession of the Gospel, which in some is real, in others only hypocritical; but, in a literal sense, of the resurrection of the dead at the last day, which, with respect to the righteous, will take place upon the personal appearance of Christ at first, 1 Thessalonians 4:16, for, as death is oftentimes compared to "sleep", in which the senses are bound up, and the body is in a state of inactivity; see John 11:11, so the resurrection from the dead is expressed by awaking out of sleep, when the body shall rise fresh and vigorous, in full health and strength, as a man out of a comfortable sleep; see Psalm 17:15.