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Chinese7/11/2009 解釋生命的矛盾English
經文:晨-傳道書7-10章 晚-傳道書11、12章
中心思想:傳道書8,12章
提要

        遠離上帝不但使你所作所為和擁有的一切都屬虛空,就是連你本身也是虛空的,因此義人被視為惡人(8:14),罪人會破壞許多善事(9:18),雖然有道德、正直的個性似乎得不著什麼利益,但上帝的眼光卻將虛空轉向最後的結局:「罪人雖然作惡百次,倒享長久的年日,然而我準知道,敬畏上帝的,就是在祂面前敬畏的人,終久必得福樂」(8:12),所羅門並有此警語:「少年人哪,你在幼年時當快樂,在幼年的日子,使你的心歡暢,行你心所願行的,看你眼所愛看的,卻要知道,為這一切的事,上帝必審問你。」(11:9)

7-10

1112

努力的虛空

(智慧、美好、道德)

生命虛無的解決之道:

「敬畏上帝,謹守誡命」

屬地的生命

屬天的生命

每日與主同行

        每一個從上帝來的祝福,都帶有同等分量的責任。
        你還很年輕嗎(11:9,10)?要為上帝給你的青春活力獻上一份努力。
        你已進入暮年了嗎?(12:1-7)?那不是藉口,要為上帝給你多年累積的輕驗付出一份心力。
        傳道書的最後兩節是傳道者為他的思想作的總結。不論那一個年齡層,只要離開了上帝,無你多麼聰明、富有及努力,生命終究是虛空與無用!上帝要填滿你的生命,絕不是物質能夠替代的!所以傳道者說:「敬畏上帝,謹守祂的誡命」(12:13)。
        根據你所做的、所有的和你自己,做一番剖析。上帝是不是你一切活動的重心?上帝是否比你其他的財物更重要?上帝是否是你這個人的中心?如果不是,需要做什麼改進?就從今天開始吧!

默想

        老人寓言
        讀十二章的時候,是否注意到一連串對老人的描寫,頗具寓言形式?比方說:「看守房屋的」=手與手臂;「有力的」=腿;「推磨的」=牙齒;「從窗戶往外看的」=眼睛。

金言

無用的生命形同早夭。

English

7/11/2009 Explaining Life's Inconsistencies
Scriptures:Ecclesiastes 7-12
Heart of the Passage:Ecclesiastes 8,12
Overview

        Not only is there futility in what you do and what you have, but apart from God there is futility in what you are. The just are treated as if they were the wicked (8:14). One sinner can undo the work of many good men (9:18). Even moral, upright character seemingly profits for nothing. But once again, God's perspective turns vanity into purpose. 'Though a sinner do evil an hundred times, and his days be prolonged, yet surely I know that it shall be well with them that fear God" (8:12). "Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth . . . and walk in the ways of thine heart, and in the sight of thine eyes: but know thou, that for all these things God will bring thee into judgment" (11:9).

Chapters 7-10

Chapters 11-12

The Vanity of Being

(Wise, Good, Mortal)

The Solution to Life's Vanity:

"Fear God and Obey Him"

Life Under the Sun

Life Above the Sun

Your Daily Walk

        Every blessing from God carries with it a corresponding responsibility.
        Are you young (11:9-l 0) ? Then God holds you accountable for the way you use your strength and vitality.
        Are you a member of the Geritol generation (12:1-7)? Don't use that as an alibi! God holds you equally accountable for the years of experience you have accumulated.
        In the final two verses of Ecclesiastes, the Preacher summarizes his thoughts. Life at any age apart from God is empty and futile, regardless of how wise, wealthy, or industrious you are. Things can never fill the void which God desires to fill in your life. Therefore, Tear God, and keep his commandments" (12:13).
        Analyze your life according to what you do, what you have, and what you are. Is God the focus of your activities? Is God more important than your possessions? Is God the center of your being? If not, what needs to change . . . today?

Insight

        An Allegory of Old Age (12:3-7)
        As you read chapter 12, did you note the literal elements of old age that are pictured in allegorical form? For example, "keepers of the house" = hands and arms; "strong men" = legs; "grinders" = teeth; "those that look out of the windows" = eyes.

Adage

A useless life is only an early death.


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