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慕安德烈每日靈修 God's Best Secrets by Andrew Murray

屬肉體或屬靈
經文: 「弟兄們,我從前對你們說話,不能把你們當作屬靈的,只得把你們當作屬肉體,在基督裡為嬰孩的。」(哥林多前書三:1)

        保羅提到兩種基督徒生命,一種是自然老我的舊生命,是屬肉體的。基督徒在重生時,接受聖靈,有了耶穌的新生命,立刻就會感受到老我與新生命的衝突與掙扎,當老我被新生命征服後,行事動作就都有聖靈的帶領,這屬靈的生命就會不斷的增長,而成為一個屬靈的基督徒。肉體仍然在那裡,而且在它裡面毫無良善,但基督徒已學會將肉體視為可咒詛的,把它釘在十字架上,如此他將成為屬靈的人,經上記著說:「屬靈的人參透萬事。」
        反過來說,基督徒對屬靈的事一無所知,或者知道了也不照著去做,那麼老我的生命就仍然在掌權,這基督徒是軟弱的,屬靈的生命沒有成長,他在基督裡仍然只是個嬰孩。他試著想靠自己的力量做得更好,他是由聖靈入門,卻想藉著肉體成事。(加三:3)結果敵不過這世界的靈,和血氣的權勢,就成為屬肉體的基督徒。
        這光景對教會而言是悲哀的,因大部份信徒都是這種不冷不熱屬肉體的基督徒,他們軟弱,無法過得勝的生活,結果就落入嫉妒、兇暴、淫亂、驕傲的裡面。這樣的基督徒對屬靈的事漠不關心,若告訴他耶穌的生命在我們裡面,我們可以每天面對面與祂談話,他會覺得莫名其妙,或匪夷所思。
        我們要堅定的向上帝禱告,啟示我們屬靈和屬肉體的意義,並求上帝賜我們力量能完全順服聖靈的帶領,過一個屬靈的基督徒生活。
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CARNAL OR SPIRITUAL?
Scripture: "And I, brethren, could not speak unto you as unto Spiritual, but as unto carnal, as unto babes in Christ."—1 COR. iii. 1.

        The difference St. Paul makes between the two kinds of Christians is of great importance. Man's natural life is altogether carnal. The Christian at his new birth receives the Holy Spirit, and immediately there begins a struggle between flesh and spirit. So long as the Christian allows the Spirit to conquer, and is led by the Spirit, the power of the Spirit over him increases, and he becomes a spiritual man. The flesh is still there, and in the flesh is no good thing, but he learns that it means that his flesh is crucified as something that deserves the accursed death, and he becomes the spiritual man, of whom it may be said: "The spiritual man discerneth all things."

        When, on the other hand, the Christian is ignorant about the Spirit, or if informed, disobedient, then the flesh obtains the mastery, and the Christian remains weak; and as there is no spiritual growth, he remains a babe. He may try in his own strength to do better, and what was begun in the Spirit is continued in the flesh—a carnal attempt to become holy (cf. Gal. iii. 3). By degrees the flesh triumphs, so that he has no power to resist the works of the flesh or the Spirit of the World.

        This is the sad condition of the Church, that the majority of her members remain carnal. They constantly fall under the power of the flesh, and, as a result, are overcome by envy and anger and uncharitableness. Such Christians have no insight into spiritual truth. If their life in Christ, daily fellowship with Him, and what God promises to do for His children is mentioned, they can hardly understand what is meant.

        How earnestly we should pray God to reveal to us what is carnal and what spiritual, and enable us to yield ourselves completely to the guidance of His Spirit.
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