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Chinese3/23/2009 掃羅的敗亡English
經文:晨-撒母耳記上27-29章 晚-撒母耳記上30、31章
中心思想:撒母耳記上27、28、31
提要

        經過幾個月的亡命逃奔,大衛深知惟有離開以色列國境才能脫離掃羅的無情追殺,好不容易讓非利士人相信他來投誠,才獲得洗革拉城作為根據地,但大衛並沒有幫助敵人,反而技巧的破壞非利士人幾個堅固營寨。同時,掃羅招架不住非利士人屢次來犯,最後竟問卜於隱多珥交鬼的女巫,結果所聽到的是敗亡的預言,第二天他和幾個兒子就都橫屍沙場。

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大衛在洗革拉

掃羅在隱多珥

大衛離去

洗拉革遭劫

掃羅敗亡

掃羅停止追緝

掃羅王朝告終

每日與主同行

        「英勇奮戰,誓死不屈」原是一句口號,稱讚軍隊作戰的膽量與決心,但即使是一個最好的軍人,也知道何時「隨機應變」──以避風頭。
        大衛是優秀的戰士,請看他的戰績:用一顆石頭打敗歌利亞;住在洗革拉城時,領著非利士軍隊掠平了幾個非利士城。若有人能以寡敵眾,那就是大衛。為何他還為著躲避掃羅,自我流放到洗革拉?因為他知道有時需見風轉舵──所謂「識時務者為俊傑」。
        你是否正因別人的誤解而抗爭到底?切莫如此,讓上帝替你伸冤,今天默想詩篇二十七篇一至八節的命令:「勿心懷不平……依靠上帝……以祂為樂……交託安息……勿心懷不平。」

默想

        不容巫師
        掃羅和交鬼的打交道,不僅違背上帝的律法(利19:31),而且是拿石頭砸自己的腳,他曾頒布法令(28:3),從國中剪除交鬼和行巫術的。

金言

上帝說有兩件事是無法分開的:順服與權力。

English

3/23/2009 Saul's Downfall
Scriptures:1 Samul 27-31
Heart of the Passage:1 Samul 27-28,31
Overview

        After months of running for his life, David con¬cludes that leaving Israel entirely is the only way to escape Saul's relentless pursuit. By convincing the Philistines he is a true defector, David is given the city of Ziklag as his base of operations. But instead of aiding the enemy, David and his army methodically destroy Philistine strongholds. Meanwhile, Saul's desperate attempts to counter the Philistine threat finally lead him to consult with a medium from Endor. Instead of the promise of victory, Saul hears frightening predictions of death and defeat—forecasts which come true the very next day as he and his sons die on the field of battle.

CHAPTER 27

CHAPTER 28

CHAPTER 29

CHAPTER 30

CHAPTER 31

David at Ziklag

Saul at Endor

David Dismissed

Ziklag Defended

Saul Destroyed

End of Saul's Pursuit

End of Saul's Dynasty

Your Daily Walk

        "When the going gets tough, the tough get going!"
That's a well-known slogan originally describing the grit and determination of a certain branch of the military. But despite the slogan, even a good soldier knows when it is best to get going ... in the opposite direction.
        David was a first-rate soldier. Consider his military accom¬plishments: He whipped Goliath with one stone, led a rout of the Philistine army, and leveled several Philistine cities while living in Ziklag. If anyone could hold his own against an enemy, it was David. Why then did he decide to run from Saul's army and hide in Ziklag? Because he knew that sometimes it is wiser to get out than to get tough. Fighting with Saul would have only served to reduce David to Saul's level of peltty jealousy and revenge.
        Are you in the midst of defending your rights against someone who has wronged you? Instead of "fighting it out," let God fight for you. Meditate today on Psalm 37:1-8: "Fret not . . . Trust ... Delight ... Commit ... Rest ... Fret not."

Insight

        No Middle Ground with a Medium —
        Sauls visit with the witch of Endor not only violated God's Law (Leviticus 19:31) but contradicted Saul's actions in I Samuel 28:3 in which he expelled all witches and mediums from Israel.

Adage

God has linked two things together which cannot be separated: obedience and power.


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