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Chinese2/19/2013 準備佔地English
經文:民數記31-33章
中心思想:民數記33
提要

        摩西離世前至少扮演三個角色:以色列軍隊的統帥、國內行政首長、旅途的導遊。帶領百姓進入摩押平原,以色列軍隊僅用象徵性的武力就擊潰了拜偶像的米甸人。後來摩西必須處理流便、迦得、瑪拿西支派想定居約旦河東的要求。三十三章記載從埃及摩押地所經路線的名稱。

31

32

33

米甸人的潰敗

流便迦得的決定

旅程的記錄

戰事

智慧

漂流

每日與主同行

        民數記三十三章可說是聖經中最光輝;也是最黑暗的一章。
        為何是最黑暗的一章呢?原來只需要花幾星期就可到的行程,卻花上四十個年頭,且賠上一個世代人的性命。
        但另一方面卻刻劃出,他們一切的活動仍在天父眼目的眷顧下。在曠野漂流的引導,由天而降的嗎哪、避開匪徒的騷擾。雖然百姓深切感受到上帝管教的痛楚,但也經歷到上帝每天細心的照顧。
        基督徒,你可知上帝不會讓你「白白受苦」,這一切都有目的,上帝太愛你!祂不會任憑你悖逆到底。讀完三十三章,你可在聖經旁做眉批:此章本可改寫。
        今天你也正在塗抹生命的篇章,你是怎樣渡過今天?把以色列民的遭遇做個警惕──看重上帝的話,別當耳邊風。

默想

得勝絕非偶然
        民數記三十一章描述了米甸人的滅絕──這是稍早上帝在二十五章十六至十七節中所下的命令。這是摩西所領導最後一次極為特殊的戰役,一萬二千以色列的戰士,對抗數不清的米甸大軍。戰爭結束後,以色列清點戰場,竟然連一兵一卒都未損失。──這是上帝神聖保護的神蹟。

金言

虔誠謙虛的信徒受苦不足為奇,若不受苦才真令人嘖嘖稱奇呢!

English

2/19/2013 Preparing to Possess the Land
Scriptures:Numbers 31-33
Heart of the Passage:Numbers 33
Overview

        During the final days of his life, Moses is active in at leas! three roles: commander-in-chief of Israel's army; administrator of the nation's internal affairs; and travel guide, bringing the people to the plains of Moab. The Israelite army, using only a token force of troops, exterminates Midian for its idolatrous influence. Later Moses must deal with the request by the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and Manasseh that they be allowed to settle east of the Jordan. The section closes with a review of the travel route from Egypt to Moab.

Chapter 31

Chapter 32

Chapter 33

Destruction

of Midian

Decision of

Reuben and Gad

Description of

the Journey

Warfare

Wisdom

Wandering

Your Daily Walk

        Numbers 33 is both one of the darkest and one of the brightest chapters in the Bible. It is a dark chapter because it chronicles the journey from Egypt to Moab—a journey that should have taken weeks, but instead consumed four decades plus the lives of an entire generation.
        But the picture is not all dark, for chapter 33 also portrays the nation's movement under the watchful eye of God. Guided through barren wilderness, provided with manna from heaven, protected from marauding bands, the people experienced God's tender care daily, even as they felt the sting of His discipline.
        Christian, do you view God's discipline in your life as "pain with a purpose"? God loves you too much to allow your disobedience to go unpunished. Having read chapter 33, write these words in the margin of your Bible: "A chapter that should have read differently."
        A chapter is being written in your life today. How will it read? Learn a lesson from Israel's mistake: Take God at His word.

Insight

Victory Without Casually
        Chapter 31 describes the extermination of the Midianites— a command delivered earlier by God in 25:16-17. This most remarkable confrontation would prove to be Moses' last military battle. Twelve thousand Israelite troops engaged an innumerable host of Midianites. When the battle was over and the Israelites assembled to determine their losses, not a single man was missing—a miraculous case of divine protection!

Adage

The real problem is not why some pious, bumble, believing people suffer, but why some do not.


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