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Chinese3/14/2019English
經文:利未記二十章
鑰節:「你們要歸我為聖,因為我耶和華是聖的,並叫你們與萬民有分別,使你們作我的民。」(20:26)
提要

        本章繼續強調聖潔,以及作為約民的以色列人要與異教徒有所分別,並順服上帝律法的責任。前兩章多為律法的重申,但在這塈畯怓搢儦H背那些律法所遭的刑罰──在大部分的情況堿O處死,這些處分似乎過於嚴厲,但我們要記得這些命令頒佈的時代以及那時的民情風俗。此外,以色列人已經同意與上帝建立約的關係,以耶和華為他們獨一、全能的上帝。他們可以說是受合約的約束了。

        如我們在本章所見,上帝絕不能容忍拜偶像、行巫術、咒詛父母、及任何不道德的行為。這些罪行所受的刑罰叫人怵目驚心:「治死」、「剪除」、「用石頭打死」、「用火焚燒」。死刑反映了犯罪的嚴重性。所有的罪都是很嚴重的事,但有些格外罪大惡極而應立即處死。

        亞摩利人在敬拜他們的神摩洛時有個可憎的習俗,即將他們的兒女燒死獻給摩洛。這是上帝極憎惡的事,以色列人若犯這種罪就要用石頭打死。如果周圍的人不替天行刑,上帝就要親自審判那「行邪淫」的人(20:5)。輕看這可怕的罪行表示有某種程度的贊成,這將導致整個屬上帝之國快快的崩潰。事實上,歷史的記載告訴我們,這正是後來所發生的事。以色列人行拜摩洛的惡俗導致他們的沒落(詩106:34~43;耶7:30~31;19:4;32:31~36;結23:37)。

        本章描寫了罪的真貌──罪極其可怕,令上帝憎惡,玷污了祂,也玷污了祂的聖所和祂的名。罪就像傳染病,到處散播,製造污穢。本章描寫各種罪行的字眼反映了罪的嚴重性:「行邪淫」(5節)、「大惡」(14節)、「可恥」(17節)、「污穢的事」(21節)。聖經並沒有企圖掩蓋罪的真相,相反的,它公開揭露罪的實情。上帝的聖潔是我們必須達到的目標,那一定會使罪顯露出來。我們發現今天有些人(可悲的是,甚至信徒也不例外)企圖在明明有毒的東西外面塗上一層糖衣。罪就是罪,絕不能被淡化,或者以有罪為無罪。上帝看得見每一個罪,不悔改的人必將遭受處罰,不論是在今生或在來世。但,感謝上帝的大恩,因為即使是該遭萬死的,也因著耶穌在十架上的除罪之功得以赦免了。

        上帝所訂的種種規條並不是要使祂所選召的子民受苦,而是要他們因信享受與祂相交的喜樂與平安。不過,以色列民需要有律法和刑罰來導引他們過聖潔的生活,同時也警告及斷阻想犯罪的人及其念頭。作為上帝今天的選民,我們有許多嚴肅的責任,同時也有許多特權。新約的教訓仍然是期望上帝所召的百姓遠離世俗,過聖潔的生活。如同在舊約一樣,聖潔的定義仍然是遵從上帝和祂的命令。雖然這是一條窄又艱難的路(太7:13~14),但,藉著上帝的恩典,並非是一條不可能走的路。希伯來書的作者勸誡我們「要追求聖潔,非聖潔沒有人能見主」(來12:14)。

禱告

        噢,聖潔的上帝,我們憑著信與圍繞您寶座的眾聖徒齊唱:「聖哉、聖哉、聖哉」。使我們能行在聖潔的光中,不是存著「我比別人聖潔」的態度,而是像一個蒙您赦罪的謙卑罪人。奉主耶穌基督聖名,阿們!

English

Scriptures:Read Leviticus 20
Key Verse:“And you shall be holy to Me for I the Lord am holy, and have separated you from the peoples, that you should be Mine.”(Leviticus 20:26 )
Overview

        This chapter continues with the emphasis upon holiness and the Israelites’ responsibility, as the covenant people, to remain separated from the heathen and obey the laws of God. Many laws found in the preceding two chapters are reiterated, but here we find the penalty involved with the various violations, and in many cases it was death. These punishments may seem harsh, but we have to remember the time period in which they were given and the type of people and customs of those days. Also, the Israelites had agreed to enter into a covenant relationship with God, whom they had made their sole sovereign, agreeing to follow Him with unquestioning obedience. They were, so to speak, under contract.

        As we see in this chapter, God would not tolerate the worship of idols, witchcraft, the cursing of parents, nor any form of immorality. The penalties for these transgressions were described in very harsh ways such as: “put to death”, “cut off”, “stone him with stones”, “burned with fire”. Capital punishment reflects the extreme seriousness of the offense. All sin is a serious matter, but some were so abhorrent as to warrant immediate death.

        The worship of Molech, the god of the Ammonites, was accompanied by the detestable heathen practice of sacrificing children in the fire. This was revolting to God, and those Israelites guilty of this were to be stoned to death. If this was not done, God Himself would bring His judgment of death upon those who would “commit harlotry” (20:5). Overlooking such a terrible offense implied certain sympathy toward it, and this would lead to the rapid breakdown of the whole covenant community. In fact, this is what history records to have happened later and it led to their downfall (Ps. 106:34-43; Jer.7:30-31; 19:4; 32:31-36; Ezek.23:37).

        Sin is described here as it actually is – something horrible which God abhors and which defiles Him, His sanctuary, and His name. It works like an infection and spreads to make uncleanness in every place. Some of the words used to describe the various offenses reflect the seriousness of sin: “harlotry” (v.5), “perversion” (v.12), “abomination” (v.13), “wickedness” (v.14), “disgrace” and “guilt” (NIV, v.17), “an unclean thing” or “an act of impurity” (v.21). The Bible does not try to cover up the horribleness of sin; rather it exposes it for what it is. The holiness of God is what we must attain, and that brings sin out into the open. We sometimes find people today, sadly even some believers, trying to put a sugar coating over something that is actually poison. Sin is sin, and no less. God sees every sin, and for the unrepentant there will indeed come punishment, whether in this life or the next. But thanks be to God for His great grace, for even the sins that deserve death can be forgiven because of the work Jesus wrought on the cross in bearing them away.

        The regulations of the covenant were not meant to bring hardship to those God called His own, but rather joy and peace with Him and with the community of faith. Such laws and penalties, however, were necessary to guide the people in the ways of holiness, as well as serving to warn and deter potential offenders. Being God’s elect today also has many serious responsibilities, as well as many privileges. In the teachings of the New Covenant, separation from worldliness and following the way of holiness are still expected of those God calls His own. Like the Old Covenant, we find holiness is still clearly defined in following and obeying the Lord. Although it is a narrow and difficult path (Matt. 7:13-14), by God’s grace; it is not impossible. We are exhorted to “pursue… holiness, without which no one will see the Lord” (Heb. 12:14).

Prayer

        O Holy God, by faith we join those around Your throne who worship You saying, “Holy, holy, holy”. Enable us to walk in the light of Your holiness, not in an attitude toward others of “Holier than thou”, but in humility as sinners who are forgiven because we’ve asked You and You promised You’d do it.


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