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Chinese2/15/2009 倒斃於曠野English
經文:晨-民數記17、18章  晚-民數記19、20章
中心思想:民數記20:1-13
提要

        曠野漂流的歲月,以色列民的第二代心中清楚兩件事:死亡和希望。亦即先民在加低斯不信的惡果,以及上帝仍要賜給他們應許之地。上帝仍賜權給摩西、亞倫二人,並且使亞倫的杖發芽,可以得證。利未人及祭司仍是上帝所揀選、領導全民敬拜上帝的僕人,但死亡仍然持續:獻祭的牲品;焚紅母牛為灰,還有亞倫的死。

17

18

19

20

亞倫之杖

利未人之職

紅母牛

百姓的叛逆

建立祭司制度

強調全國的潔淨

每日與主同行

        拿一個鐵鎚、釘子、木板,將釘子釘在木板上,再小心把它拔出來,結果如何?(為使印象深刻,不妨釘在門板上,或你喜愛的傢俱上。)
        這說明靈性上的罪也是如此。你認錯悔改,上帝就完全赦免(約壹1:9)──就像釘子從木板移開,但那個痕跡仍在。
        上帝叫摩西「吩咐」磐石出水,摩西卻「擊打」磐石,他沒有事先衡量事情的後果!耶穌受死,不僅是為塗抹饒恕已犯的罪,更是預防避免可能會犯的罪。感謝上帝讓你像魔鬼說「不」,向上帝說「是」,以免造成終生的遺憾。

默想

        舊約的紅母牛,預表新約的救主。
        第十九章中,上帝曉諭眾民焚燒紅母牛,用灰沾水潔淨不潔之民,這奇特的儀式預表耶穌為我們的罪受死,在希伯來書九章十一至十四節可清楚見到。牲祭的灰沾水都有潔淨之效,更何況基督的受死,必能潔淨那些藉著聖靈信靠祂的人。

金言

罪──讓你逍遙片刻,確留下永遠的悔恨。

English

2/15/2009 Dying in the Wilderness
Scriptures:Numbers 17-20
Heart of the Passage:Numbers 20:1-13
Overview

        Throughout their wilderness wanderings, the children of Israel are reminded of two things: death and hope. Death as the result of their unbelief at Kadesh-barnea, and hope in the promise that God would still give His people a land of their own. God's authority continues to rest with Moses and Aaron, as demonstrated in the miracle of Aaron's budding rod. And the priests and Levites are still God's chosen servants to lead the nation in corporate worship. But death becomes the constant companion of the Israelites on their march: death in the sacrifices, death of the red heifer for purification, and the death of the high priest Aaron.

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19

Chapter 20

Rod of

Aaron

Responsibilities

of the Levites

Red

Heifer

Rebellion of

the People

Establishing the Priesthood

Enforcing National Purity

Your Daily Walk

        Find a hammer, nail, and piece of wood. Drive the nail halfway into the wood; then remove it carefully. What do you have left? (To make this a truly memorable experience, drive the nail into your front door, or substitute your favorite piece of furniture!)
        That illustration provides a parable of the permanent results of sin. Once confessed, sin receives God's full forgiveness (1 John 1:9)—like removing the nail from the piece of wood. But you will not be able to erase fully the scars that sin leaves behind.
        Are you, like Moses, tempted to "strike a rock" when God has told you to "speak softly"? Weigh the consequences ahead of time! Christ not only died that sin might be forgiven; He died that sin might be avoided. Thank Him for a scar or nail hole you'll never have to carry because you were willing to say no to sin and yes to Him!

Insight

        Heifer in the Old, Savior in die New
        Chapter 19 describes God's provision for the people's uncleanness by using water mingled with the ashes of a red heifer. This curious rite becomes clearer in the light of Hebrews 9:11-14 as a foreshadowing of Jesus. Just as the ashes of the sin offering had a purifying effect when applied by water, so Jesus' offering for sin purifies all to whom it is applied by the His Spirit.

Adage

Sin produces a moment of gratification and an eternity of remorse.


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