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Chinese6/25/2009 馬路之歌(詩121)English
經文:晨-詩篇120-123篇 晚-詩篇124-127篇
中心思想:詩篇120、121篇
提要

        詩篇一二○到一三四篇的標題是「上行之詩」或「登階之詩」,這些詩原是猶太人一年三次上耶路撒冷參加逾越節、五旬節和住棚節等節期時,一路上所唱的詩歌。旅人的曲調適切的反映出朝聖者遠離家鄉,渴求平安、庇護與供應的心情。

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住在惡人中

旅人的信靠

聖城的喜悅

讚美和保護

歷代的盼望

漫長的旅途

豐富的供應

每日與主同行

        詩篇作者所處的世界──約西年一千年──已經成為二十一世紀的現代城市,高度發展的通訊與運輸早已完全改變了人們的生活方式,大衛時代曠日費時才能走完的距離,如今只需要幾個鐘頭的車程,或搭幾分鐘的飛機就到達了!那時需要幾星期才能送達的信件,現在只要拿起電話筒,幾秒鐘之內就能和在地球另一頭的人暢談!
        感謝科技文明,一切都改變了!但有兩件事卻未改變:那就是在禱告中接近上帝的速度(詩120),以及旅行對安全的需求(詩121)。今天之中,當你開車或坐上公車的時候,都以這段經文提醒你:「你出你入,耶和華要保護你,從今時直到永遠。」(121:8),同時你每一次撥電話號碼的時候,讓第一聲鈴聲提醒你:「我在急難中求告耶和華,祂就應允我」!(詩120:1)

默想

        太陽必不傷你……月亮必不害你?(詩121:6)
        希伯來文有一種特殊的表達法,用兩件事來涵蓋一切,舉例說明這點:
        「起初上帝創造天地。」(天地之間包含了每一件事物,就是一切的受造物;創1:1)
        「耶和華啊,祢已經鑒察我,認識我,我坐下,我起來,祢都曉得。」(詩中的意思是:我整天的「每一個」動作上帝都知道;詩139:1、2)
        現在讀詩篇一二一篇六節,以此原則及上列例子來讀,你會如何詮釋詩人的思想呢?___________________________________

金言

禱告時,你是給上帝一些指示呢,還是做例行報告?

English

6/25/2009 Hymn of the Highway (Psalm 121)
Scriptures:Psalm 120-127
Heart of the Passage:Psalm 120-121
Overview

        Psalms 120-134, bearing the title "songs of ascents" or "songs of degrees," were originally sung by Jewish worshipers on their thrice-yearly pilgrimages to Jerusalem for the feasts of Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. These travel tunes reflect the thoughts of a pilgrim away from home, longing for peace, protection, and provision.

Psalm 120

Psalm 121

Psalms 122-123

Psalms 124-125

Psalms 126-127

Life Among Liars

Trust of the Traveler

Joy in Jerusalem

Praise for Protection

Hope in God's Heritage

Pilgrimage

Provision

Your Daily Walk

        The world of the psalmist—of about 1000 B.C.—has given way to the global village of A.D. 2000. Advances in communication and transportation have radically altered the way people live. Distances that would have taken David days to traverse can now be covered by car in hours ... by jet plane in minutes. Where once it required weeks to deliver a message by courier, you can now pick up the phone and in seconds be speaking with someone half a world away.
        Thanks to technology, much has changed. But two things remain the same: the speed with which you can reach God in prayer (Psalm 120), and the need for safety as you travel (Psalm 121). Every time you buckle your seat belt today, remind yourself that 'The LORD shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in" (121:8). And every time you dial a phone number today, let the first ring remind you that "In my distress I cried unto the LORD, and he heard me" (120:1)!

Insight

        Smitten by the Moon, or Something More? (121:6)
        A common Hebrew figure of speech is merism, which uses two extremes to speak of the totality of something. Two examples will illustrate the point:
        "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." (and everything in between, a merism for all of creation; Genesis 1:1).
        "O Lord . . . thou knowest my doumsitting and mine uprising" (a merism for my every movement throughout the day; Psalm 139:1-2).
        Now read Psalm 121:6. Using the principle of interpreting merisms as suggested above, how would you translate the psalmist's thought? ________________________________________________

Adage

When you pray, do you give God instructions, or do you report for duty?


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