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司布真每日靈修(日) Morning by Morning

二月十日
經文: 「我知道如何處豐富。」(腓立比書四:12)

        很多人知道知何處卑賤,卻不知道如何處豐富。當他們處在人生顛峰時期,常會暈頭轉向,以致跌倒。基督徒在困頓之際,能安貧樂道,反倒在功成名就時,卻飽暖思淫慾,以致身敗名裂,羞辱主名。所謂「生於憂患,死於安樂」,在春風得意,躊躇滿志的順境,仍能保持清心與謙虛,對基督徒而言,比在餓其體膚,困乏其身的逆境,更是一種挑戰與考驗!
        的確,我們物質優渥時,靈裡往往卻貧乏;但不見得我們非得如此。使徒保羅告訴我們,他知道如何處豐富,這實在需要上帝格外的恩典,我們知道如何用穩定的手,托住滿溢的福杯。保羅已學會這功課,所以他敢說:「或飽足,或飢餓,或有餘,或缺乏,隨事隨在,我都得了秘訣。」(腓四:12)這也是我們該好好學習的功課。許多人求上帝賜福,使他們飛黃騰達,功成名就,結果不存感恩的心,見利忘義,以致招致上帝的努氣。朋友們,要謹慎,在禱告中求上帝保守你的心,教導你如何處豐富。
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Scripture: “I know how to abound.”(Philippians 4:12)

        There are many who know “how to be abased” who have not learned “how to abound.” When they are set upon the top of a pinnacle their heads grow dizzy, and they are ready to fall. The Christian far oftener disgraces his profession in prosperity than in adversity. It is a dangerous thing to be prosperous. The crucible of adversity is a less severe trial to the Christian than the refining pot of prosperity. Oh, what leanness of soul and neglect of spiritual things have been brought on through the very mercies and bounties of God! Yet this is not a matter of necessity, for the apostle tells us that he knew how to abound. When he had much he knew how to use it. Abundant grace enabled him to bear abundant prosperity. When he had a full sail he was loaded with much ballast, and so floated safely. It needs more than human skill to carry the brimming cup of mortal joy with a steady hand, yet Paul had learned that skill, for he declares, “In all things I am instructed both to be full and to be hungry.” It is a divine lesson to know how to be full, for the Israelites were full once, but while the flesh was yet in their mouth, the wrath of God came upon them. Many have asked for mercies that they might satisfy their own hearts’ lust. Fulness of bread has often made fulness of blood, and that has brought on wantonness of spirit. When we have much of God's providential mercies, it often happens that we have but little of God's grace, and little gratitude for the bounties we have received. We are full and we forget God: satisfied with earth, we are content to do without heaven. Rest assured it is harder to know how to be full than it is to know how to be hungry—so desperate is the tendency of human nature to pride and forgetfulness of God. Take care that you ask in your prayers that God would teach you “how to be full.”
        
        “Let not the gifts thy love bestows
        Estrange our hearts from thee.”
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