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Chinese7/22/2009 痛苦的例子English
經文:晨-以賽亞書28、29章 晚-以賽亞書30章
中心思想:以賽亞書29章
提要

        以賽亞並沒有就以色列和猶大發佈一連串即將發生的災禍,而是將信息的焦點對準撒瑪利亞的首都和耶路撒冷(這並不奇怪,就好像現代的記者常常播報華盛頓、莫斯科、台北、東京等等大都會的新聞一樣),以賽亞宣稱毀滅就要來臨了,因為「以法蓮的酒徒」想要悔改,但時機已過,審判已經成定局,以法蓮其實就是以色列,不過耶路撒冷仍然可從她姐妹國的命運得到教訓,那就是空洞的禮儀並不能帶來安全,耶路撒冷實在需要從屬靈的昏聵中覺醒,此外她也應該將以色列棄絕上帝、締結愚蠢的聯盟而造成致命的錯誤,視為殷鑑。

28

29

30

時不予我的以色列

耶路撒冷的哀歌

對猶大國的警告

太遲了!

繼續作惡

信靠上帝

每日與主同行

        上一次你試圖幫助上帝解決你的困難是什麼候?「畢竟,」你或許會如此申辦:「上帝並不知道我情況有多危急,多嚴重!如果知道,祂早就幫我解圍了!因為我沒有看到祂動工,所以我插手幫忙,難道不對嗎?」
        錯啦!這和當年猶大犯下的錯誤完全一樣,為了避免亞述來攻,猶大仰仗與外邦鄰國的結盟,企圖抵制亞述大軍,請看以賽亞書二十九章十五、十六節,你就會發現猶大想自己解決困難而不求問上帝,上帝以此比喻為一小塊黏土竟妄想為製作它的陶匠助一臂之力呢!

默想

        從農夫學習
        以賽亞用比喻來描述他的預言(28:23-29),農夫必須使用各種方法(有些方法看在外行人眼中是可笑且不必要)讓他的莊稼得到最好的收成,同時也用強烈的方式將好的與壞的作物分別出來(28:27-28)。上帝對待祂的子民也是一樣,都是為了他們的益處。

金言

靠信心前進,意謂裝備自己相信尚未看到的遠景。

English

7/22/2009 A Painful Example
Scriptures:Isaiah 28-30
Heart of the Passage:Isaiah 29
Overview

        Isaiah now declares a series of specific woes upon Israel and Judah. Targeting his messages for the capital cities of Samaria and Jerusalem, Isaiah declares that destruction is imminent. For "the drunkards of Ephraim [Israel]," it is too late to repent; judgment is inescapable. But Jerusalem can still learn from the fate of her sister nation. Lulled into a false sense of security by empty ritualism, Jerusalem must awake from spiritual stupor. Otherwise, she will follow Israel's fatal error of substituting foolish alliances for faith in God.

Chapter 28

Chapter 29

Chapter 30

No Time for Israel

Woe to Jerusalem

Warning to Judah

"Too Late!"

"Shape Up!"

"Trust God!"

Your Daily Walk

        When was the last time you tried to help God solve one of your problems? "After all," you probably reasoned, "God must not know how desperate my situation really is! If He did, He would come to my rescue. But since I don't see Him working, I'd better get in there and give Him a helping hand. Right?"
        Wrong! That was precisely the mistake Judah made. To prevent the onslaught of Assyria, Judah looked to her pagan neighbors for alliances that would help to nullify Assyria's mighty armies. Look at 29:15-16 and you'll see that Judah thought she was doing this without God's knowledge. But God compares Judah's self-help program to a lump of clay trying to aid the potter who is shaping it!
        Carry a shoestring with you today as a constant reminder of the danger of pulling yourself up by your bootstraps. Rather, "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength" (30:15).

Insight

        Learning Temperance from a Farmer
        Isaiah illustrates his predictions with a parable (28:23-29). Farmers must use various methods (some of which may seem silly or unnecessary to an unenlightened observer) to get the best results from their crops. Also, farmers have to apply brute force to separate the good from the bad (28:27-28) . In the same way, God deals severely with His people, but just the right amount, and never so much that it breaks their spirit.

Adage

Walking by faith means being prepared to trust where we are not permitted to see.


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