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Chinese5/18/2009 約伯答以利法(一)English
經文:晨-約伯記4、5章  晚-約伯記6、7章
中心思想:約伯記4:1-9;6:1-13
提要

        從現在起,約伯的三個朋友上場了!此後的二十八章堙A他們自封為心理輔導,和約伯唇槍舌劍的探討辯論,每一個人對約伯受苦的原因都代表一種不同的觀點。以利法,這位身兼資深發言人和受害人的主治醫生,他的觀點多基於個人經驗的省思,由於較另兩個朋友年長、圓滑,以利法的評論極其委婉,諸如上帝的公義、潔淨的(4:17),人的困苦(包括約伯的)都是自作自受,約伯對以利法的診斷深表失望,這使以利法更加認定:約伯必定作了什麼惡事橫亙在他與上帝之間,才遭此劇變。

4

5

6

7

上帝是潔淨的

上帝是公義的

我沉重的煩惱

我做錯了什麼?

以利法的評論

約伯的困惑

每日與主同行

        知道何時發言、何時靜默的朋友是難能可貴的!對一個失去親人的善意勸慰,如果時機不宜,可能會造成更大的傷害。
        我們可以從一位深知苦難滋味的父親學習──他坐在十幾歲女兒的病床邊,而她已住院多時,他寫了些建議給來探病的朋友,真是字字珠璣:「請為您說的禱告!對我們來說,您的造訪是最重要的,而不是勸慰,因為我們已經對多次試煉的價值有一點點領悟,現在需要的是您的鼓勵,而不是對過去與現在的預測。」
你認識一些「今日的約伯」嗎?
        千萬不要快人快語的告訴他:「我了解」,事實上你完全不了解;要告訴他:「我在這堙A我願意幫助你。」因為你的確是這樣。

默想

        以利法小檔案
        ● 他名字的意義是:「上帝是審判者」
        ● 他是提幔人(伯2:11),該城位於巴勒斯坦東南部,以出智慧明哲人聞名(耶49:7)。
        ● 他是這群人的領袖、發言人。
        ● 他的思慮較他人清明,宣稱人的煩腦都是源於「自作自受」。

金言

對人寬厚一點!不要忘記;每一個你遇到的人都正在浴血奮戰!

English

5/18/2009 Job's Answer from Eliphaz (Part 1)
Scriptures:Job 4-7
Heart of the Passage:Job 4:1-9; 6:1-13
Overview

        Onto the stage now step three of Job's friends who for the next 28 chapters will serve as self-appointed counselors. Each friend represents a different point of view con¬cerning the source of Job's suffering. Eliphaz, the senior spokesman and "chief counsel for the prosecution," bases much of his insight on personal experience. Older and more diplomatic than his two companions, Eliphaz couches his criticism in kinder terms. God is just and pure (4:17); man's troubles (including Job's) are therefore brought on by himself. Job expresses disappointment with Eliphaz's diagnosis, challenging Eliphaz to identify anything standing between him and his God.

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

"God Is Pure"

"God Is Just"

"I Am Vexed"

"What Have I Done?"

Eliphaz's Contention

Job's Confusion

Your Daily Walk

        It is a rare and precious friend who knows when to speak and when to keep quiet. A well-intentioned word spoken to a bereaved individual at an inappropriate moment can do more harm than good.
        Take it from a father who knows—a father who sat by the bedside of his teenage daughter during her long hospitalization, then penned these wise words to those who would offer sympathy:
"Be prayerful about what you say. To us the presence, not the sage counsel, of visitors was the most meaningful. . . . We sensed little value in attempts to 'theologize' about the purpose of this trial. We needed encouragement for the immediate moment more than speculation about the past or present."
        Do you know others undergoing Job-like experiences today? Don't glibly tell them, "I understand," when you really don't. In¬stead tell them, "I'm here... and I love you," because you really do.

Insight

        An Examination of Eliphaz
        • His name means "God is dispenser [of judgment]."
        • He was a native of Teman (Job 2:11), a city located southeast of Palestine and famous for its wise men (Jeremiah 49:7).
        • He was the leading spokesman of the group.
        • He was clear thinking and considerate, contending that people bring trouble on themselves (Job 5:7).

Adage

Be kind. Remember that everyone you meet is fighting it bard battle.


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