Révélation 2:7 fait référence à quel paradis ?

 

Que celui qui a des oreilles entende ce que l'Esprit dit aux Églises: A celui qui vaincra je donnerai à manger de l'arbre de vie, qui est dans le paradis de Dieu.

Apocalypse 2:7 - Louis Segond

 

⚪ Révélation 2:7 fait référence à un paradis terrestre earth

 

APOC. 2:7
...
Qui est dans le paradis de Dieu. - Le terme paradis, désignant le jardin de Dieu, était un nom bien approprié pour désigner le jardin d'Eden dans lequel résidèrent nos premiers parents aussi longtemps qu'ils restèrent en harmonie avec Dieu avant leur désobéissance. Le terme sert à désigner dans les Ecritures la nouvelle terre, celle que les bénédictions du rétablissement de toutes choses auront ramenée à la perfection pendant la seconde présence du Seigneur ou Millénium. Cette terre sera alors la digne demeure de ceux qui auront montré qu'ils étaient dignes d'obtenir la vie éternelle terrestre. C'est à ce paradis-là sur la terre, que notre Seigneur faisait allusion lorsqu'il parla au brigand repentant sur la croix; ailleurs, les Ecritures appellent ce paradis le "troisième ciel", ou encore les nouveaux cieux et la terre nouvelle.

Source : 🇫🇷 1917 - Etudes des écritures, vol 7, le Mystère Accompli, page 33, page 34 + Cover

[Rev 2:7] Which Is In the [midst of the] Paradise of God."Paradise, the garden of God, was applicable as a name to the Garden of Eden, in which our first parents resided while they were still in harmony with God, before their disobedience; and the same term is Scripturally applied as a name to the new earth when restitution blessings shall, during our Lord's Second Presence (the Millennium), have brought it to perfection as the fit abode of those who, under Divine favor, shall then prove worthy of life everlasting. It is this same Paradise of the future on this earth that our Lord referred to when addressing the penitent thief, and that is elsewhere referred to as 'the third heaven'—"new heavens .and a new earth.' (2 Cor. 12:2, 4; 2 Pet 3:13.)"
—Z. '01-198.

Source : 🇺🇸 1917-1923 - Studies in the Scriptures, Vol 7, The finished mystery, page 27 + Cover

Voici la référence mentionnée ci-dessus (Z. '01-198)

IN THE PARADISE OF GOD

Paradise, the garden of God, was applicable as a name to the garden of Eden, in which our first parents resided while they were still in harmony with God, before their disobedience ; and the same term is Scripturally applied as a name to the new earth when restitution blessings shall, during our Lord’s second presence (the Millennium), he brought to perfection as the fit abode of those who, under divine favor, shall then prove worthy of life everlasting [...] Our Lord refers to this paradise in language which identifies it with the first paradise of Eden, saying, “To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life which is in the midst of the paradise of God.” (Rev. 2.7) It, will he remembered that all the trees in Eden’ were trees of -life, but that the one in the midst of the garden was then a forbidden tree, the disobedient eating of which brought death on Adam and his race. That tree in the midst of paradise was called the tree of knowledge, and our Lord’s promise is that the overcomers of this present age shall have full liberty to partake of that tree of knowledee. and under most blessed and satisfactory conditions, when the knowledge will be of benefit to them under divine approval, and not bring a curse. It is this same paradise of the future on this earth that our Lord referred to when addressing the penitent thief, he said, “Verily, verily, I say unto thee this day, Thou shalt be with me in paradise.” [...] As the “new heavens” does not mean a new place of God’s throne, and a new throne of God, but new conditions, and signify the spiritual power and control of Christ and his Church in glory, so the “new earth” does not mean another planet, but a new social order on this planet.

Source : 🇺🇸 The Zion's Watch Tower February 15 1901, page 198

 

⚫ Révélation 2:7 fait référence à un paradis céleste heaven

 


[Apoc] 2:7 - Qu'est-ce que "le paradis de Dieu" ?
Puisque les paroles de ce verset s'adressent aux chrétiens oints, la paradis doit ici désigner le paradisiaque domaine céleste, la présence même de Dieu. Les chrétiens oints seront récompensés de leur fidélité en étant autorisés à "manger de l'arbre de vie". Ils recevront l'immortalité. - 1 Cor. 15:53

Source : 🇫🇷 La Tour de Garde ETUDE, 15 janvier 2009, page 31 + Cover

[Rev] 2:7 - What is "the paradise of God"?
Since these words are addressed to anointed Christians, the paradise here must refer to the paradisaic heavenly realm-the very presence of God himself. The faithful anointed will be rewarded with receive immortality.-1 Cor. 15:53.

Source : 🇺🇸 The Watchtower, January 15 2009, page 31 + Cover