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Chinese2/9/2009 應許之地的潔淨條例English
經文:晨-利未記24、25章  晚-利未記26、27章
中心思想:利未記25章
提要

        利未記結束於上帝對以色列民在應許之地言行的教導。犯褻瀆罪(干犯第三條誡命)是要受嚴厲的懲治的;對上帝起誓及甘心樂意的奉獻都必須做到;關於田地,要定期休耕,每逢第七年,田地就不能收,也不能種;第五十年,當債務償清,一切產業要歸回本家,是為禧年。為要以色列人守安息年和禧年,上帝應許在安息年和禧年之前的年日堙A要豐富的賜福給他們(正如同祂在每一個安息日的前一天都降雙份的嗎哪一樣)。

24

25

26

27

褻瀆上帝

田地休耕

福臨大地

向上帝許願

不潔的嘴唇

聖潔的地

聖潔的嘴唇

每日與主同行

        你是否有信心去實行上帝對以色列人的要求?田地經過六年的耕種之後,以色列人就整整一年不得耕種這地。
        基本上,上帝是要以色列人將他們的生計完全交在祂手中,單單仰望祂的供應,他們曾有靠信心過活,以及仰望上帝供應每天需要的經歷,如果他們發現田間的出產突然比平日多出兩倍,甚至三倍來,是何等的驚喜!上帝對百姓說:「單要相信我!」
        當你順服上帝的時候,祂以自己的榮譽為擔保。「在你一切所行的事上,都要認定祂,祂必指引你的路。」(箴3:6)「你們要先求祂的國和祂的義,這些東西都要加給你們了。」(太6:33)在這兩段經文中選一個成為你今天的經文,然後把你的名字帶入經文中的「你」或「你們」。再以信心朗讀。

默想

        不可輕忽安息年
        上帝的命令是:每一個第七年(以及每一個第五十年)都要完全休耕,讓田地休息。日後,百姓忽視了這個命令,以致被擄到巴比倫,使田地能再享安息年(代下36:20,21)。

金言

我們靠信心而活,有信心的生活準則需要操練。

English

2/9/2009 Future Purity in the Promised Land
Scriptures:Leviticus 24-27
Heart of the Passage:Leviticus 25
Overview

        Leviticus closes with instructions regarding conversation and conduct in the land. Profanity (which breaks the third commandment) is dealt with severely; vows and freewill offerings to the Lord must be carried out in the promised way. Sandwiched between these two discussions are rules regarding regular periods of rest for die land. Every seventh year the land must rest from sowing and reaping, and every fiftieth year marks a jubilee when debts are cancelled and possessions revert to their original owners. To provide for both the Sabbath year and the Year of Jubilee, God promises to bless in abundance the prior year (in much the same way He sup plied double the daily manna the day before each Sabbath).

Chapter 24

Chapter 25

Chapter 26

Chapter 27

Blasphemy

to the Lord

Rest for

the Land

Blessing in

the Land

Vows to

the Lord

Unholy Lips

A Holy Land

Holy Lips

Your Daily Walk

        Would you have the faith to do what God required of Israel? After every six years of farming the land, the Israelites were commanded to leave it unplanted for an entire year.
        In essence, God was asking them to place their source of livelihood completely in His hands. Leaning on His provision alone, they would experience the thrill of living by faith and watching God supply their dally needs. Imagine the excitement of watching farm land suddenly produce double and even triple its normal crop! God was saying to the people, "Just trust Me."
        God has staked His reputation on the fact that when you obey Him, He will follow through on His promises. "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths" (Proverbs 3:6). "Seek ye first the kingdom of God . . . and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matthew 6:33). Select one of those two verses and make it yours for today. Read your name into it, and claim it by faith.

Insight

        Don't Take Those Sabbatical Years Lightly!
        God's command to let the land rest every seventh year (and again every fiftieth year) fell on deaf ears. Later, the people would go into captivity in Babylon and spend one year in exile for every sabbatical year they ignored (2 Chronicles 36:20-21).

Adage

We live by faith, and faith lives by exercise.


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