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Chinese8/4/2009 憂傷的預言English
經文:晨-耶利米書7、8章 晚-耶利米書9、10章
中心思想:耶利米書7、10章
提要

        偶像崇拜及其陋習──包括猶大諸罪中最駭人聽聞的獻子祭──使得耶利米尖銳的控告猶大的罪狀。犯罪的人上至達官顯貴下至販夫走卒,舉凡貪婪的祭司(耶8:10)、愚昧的首領(耶10:21)、背道的智慧人(耶8:9)、墮落的家族(耶7:18),猶太人很快就要看到自己的國土成為一塊荒地。儘管他們都聽到這位淚眼先知的譴責,卻還是依然故我的漠視上帝即將降災的信息(耶8:4-7)。

7

89

10

謬誤的禮儀

為荒地哀痛

獨一的上帝

褻瀆

荒涼

神聖

每日與主同行

        以毒攻毒是一種治療過敏的方法,為一個患過敏症的病人注射過敏原,分量漸漸增多後,病人體質變得很快習慣外來的物質,就再也不會起什麼反應了。
        可悲的是,這種情形同樣也會發生在屬靈的生命堙A一旦開始容忍罪惡,姑息罪惡,最後就會公開的認同罪惡。
        猶大百姓就備受「認同罪惡」的蹂躪,他們被稱為上帝分別為聖的子民,卻一點一滴慢慢的疏忽罪惡對人的影響,以致沉溺在罪中無法自拔,甚至當他們在陀斐特焚燒自己的孩子獻給偶像時,也無動於衷。
        在本頁空白處,列下每一天在你生命中應該會──卻是不常煩擾你的疏忽和「小罪」:如不經心的閒言閒語、吃喝無度、不當的職業操守、不遵守諾言等等。現在一個字一個字的讀耶利米書七章五至七節,一面讀一面想,相信這節經文會幫助你列一個清單,好讓你向上帝認罪禱告,這是使你恢復對罪的敏感的最好方法。

默想

        「地獄」一詞從何而來
        「欣嫩子谷(Valley of Hinnom)」(7:31)位於耶路撒冷的南方,是人們傾倒垃圾的地方,也是當時異教徒將他們的孩子焚燒獻給神明的所在。「欣嫩子谷」的希伯來原文「ge'hmnom」,被譯為希臘文「geenna」。新約聖經將這個字譯為「hell(地獄)」,是個有終年不滅的火焚燬的地方,是為不信基督者所預備的。

金言

罪是那樣的如影隨形,以致我們無法看清它的真面目。

English

8/4/2009 Prophet of Sorrow
Scriptures:Jeremiah 7-10
Heart of the Passage:Jeremiah 7,10
Overview

        Idolatry and its abuses—includ¬ing the most gruesome of Judah's sins, child sacrifice—make up the heart of Jeremiah's stinging indictments in today's reading. Guilty from the top down, with greedy priests (8:10), foolish leaders (10:21), apostate counselors (8:9), and reprobate families (7:18), the Jews would soon see their homeland reduced to a wasteland. Yet even as they listen to the tearful charge of the prophet, the people remain totally heedless and indifferent to God's message of coming calamity (8:4-7).

Chapter 7

Chapters 8-9

Chapter 10

The Wrong Rites

Laments for a Lost Land

The Incomparable Lord

Desecration

Desolation

Divinity

Your Daily Walk

        Desensitization: A process by which a patient with allergies receives injections containing an increasing amount of the substance to which that patient is allergic. As a result, the body in time becomes accustomed to the foreign substance and is no longer irritated by it.
        Sadly, the same desensitization can occur in the spiritual life. Sins that once were considered unthinkable are at first tolerated, then condoned, and finally openly endorsed.
        Judah's citizens suffered from such a desensitization. Called to be God's holy and distinct people, little by little they became indifferent to sin's poisonous intrusion. At last they had sunk so low that even the burning of their little children at Topheth as sacrifices to idols no longer bothered them.
Make a list of the "little sins" in your own life that ought to bother you—but somehow don't: gossip, overeating, questionable business practices, failure to keep your word. Then read 7:5-7 slowly, thoughtfully, and give your list to God in a prayer of confession. There's no better way to restore your sensitivity to sin.

Insight

        Where Do We Get the Word Hell From?
        The "Valley of Hinnom" (7:31) is located south of Jerusalem. People would dump their trash there as well as sacrifice their children to pagan deities. The Hebrew word for the "Valley of Hinnom," ge'hmnom, was later transliterated into the Greek as geenna. The New Testament translates this word as "hell," a place of fire where all who haven't trusted in Christ will be eternally punished.

Adage

Sin may be clasped so close we cannot see its face.


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