To the goats comes the release of luck, "he shall cast lots upon the two goats: one for the Lord, and the other for Azazel, " 1 but what does it mean to cast lots? The old idea of ??casting luck is that God would determine the answer to a doubt, that is, God's decision was seen by the release of luck. "Come, and let us cast lots, that we may know by reason of whom this evil has befallen us." 2 , so Jonah was discovered as the cause of the storm.
We have, for example, that the decisions of the separation of lands were chosen by lot. " But the land shall be divided by lot, " 3 itis tangible to note that the ancient kings determined that the will of God was by lot, " Saul Lord God of Israel: Show what is just, " 4 and to discover such a thing" And Jonathan and Saul were taken by lot, " 4 .
The view is that the disposition of fortune comes from God. " Fortune is thrown into the lap, but the Lord disposes of all its disposition, " 5 and such a view determines God's decision on a case.
These factors not only exist in the concepts before Christ but also after Christ, in which we see " And praying, they said: You, Lord, who know the hearts of all, show which of these two you have chosen " 6 , " Then they cast lots about them , and the lot fell upon Matthias " 6 . That is to say in the biblical concepts luck involves the divine choice and not that it is something equal.
That is between the two goats, God would be determining who the goat of the Lord and the Goat of Azazel are. That is the goats are different and are not the same, because every time you cast lots if you have different individuals, ie following the biblical rules the goats are different are not the same. And God knows who Azazel is and who belongs to the Lord.
So if one of the goats represented Jesus the other could not represent Jesus, if the two represented Jesus, he would not be lucky, for luck marks difference and not equality. As in the case of Jonah 2 , Jonah was the culprit and not the other sailors. In the same way in the case of Saul and Jonathan 4 , Saul was not Jonathan or Jonathan was Saul.
Thus it is clear that the two goats are clearly determined to be different and to receive by God (in the case of luck) a just decision, as in the case of Jonah 2 , or Saul 4 , since the text defines that the disposition of fortune proceeds from Lord 6 .
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