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Chinese2/28/2009 摩西逝世English
經文:晨-申命記31、32章  晚-申命記33、34章
中心思想:申命記31、34章
提要

        以色列人正要越過約旦和到迦南美地去,摩西領百姓出埃及的責任已了,他揀選約書亞做繼承人,告誡百姓謹守誡命,並將遺囑作成歌曲,便於百姓教導子孫,流傳後代。在祝福以色列後,摩西登上尼波山,觀看那應許之地,然後死在只有上帝才知道的地方。

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31

32

33

34

揀選繼承人

摩西作歌

為民祝福

死於尼波山

以後以色列中再沒有一位先知像摩西

每日與主同行

        你可曾想像自己是某某人就好了?小孩子常玩的遊戲中,有一種是模仿他喜愛的人物,大人則技巧些,常想像著去模倣別人,可能是一個成功的主管,或一個優秀的領袖。
        要做別人並不容易,常常會在不知不覺中就露出自己的本相,從上帝的角度來看,做別人不但不需要,而且大大的有害身心。上帝從未要求你像別人那樣,當上帝呼召約書亞,祂從未要他做摩西第二,這兩個人都是獨一無二的。摩西是把百姓從法老王手中解救出來,並領百姓出埃及的第一人選;而論到管理軍隊、征服迦南,則非「約書亞將軍」莫屬了!

默想

        一位勇敢的老人……一百二十歲
        摩西提到他不能進迦南地(31:2),並非因他年邁體弱,乃是因他已被禁止,不能進去。(參閱民20:12)

金言

照你本相,做你自己。

English

2/28/2009 Conclusion of Moses’ Life
Scriptures:Deuteronomy 31-34
Heart of the Passage:Deuteronomy 31,34
Overview

        With Israel ready to cross the Jordan into the Promised Land, Moses' responsibilities as deliverer and guide are completed. He assigns Joshua to be his successor before giving a last warning to the people to remain true to the covenant. Moses turns his final message into an easily remembered song and teaches it to the people so they in turn can pass it on to future generations. After a parting blessing, he climbs Mount Nebo to catch a glimpse of Canaan, then dies in a location known only to God.

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Chapter 31

Chapter 32

Chapter 33

Chapter 34

Commissioning

a Successor

Composing

a Song

Delivering

a Blessing

Dying on

Mt. Nebo

"And there arose not a prophet since in Israel like unto Moses' (34:10).

Your Daily Walk

        Did you ever wish you were someone else? Children at play openly imitate their favorite heroes. Though adults are more subtle, they often try to pattern themselves after a popular personality, a successful executive, or an inspirational leader.
        Trying to be someone you're not is never easy. There is always the danger that you'll forget who you want to be and accidentally be yourself! From God's viewpoint, desiring to be like someone else is not only unnecessary, it is potentially harmful. God never asks you to be someone or something you cannot be. When God called Joshua to lead the nation, He did not ask him to be another Moses. Moses and his leadership style were totally unique. For deliverance from Egypt, Moses was the man. For military campaigns and conquests in Canaan, however, "General" Joshua was God's choice.
        God has a job for you where He can use your talents, gifts, and abilities in distinctive service. Ask Him to show you what it is. Whatever assignment God gives you, don't try to be a Joshua, a Moses, or anyone else. Just be yourself and let God use you!

Insight

        A Spunky Senior Citizen…at Age 120!
        Moses’ Reference to his inability to “go out and come in” (31:2) does not mean he was getting feeble from old age (see 34:7). Rather, he had been forbidden earlier by God to enter the Promised Land (Numbers 20:12)

Adage

The hardest thing to bide is something that is not there.


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