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Chinese2/2/2013 修復的祭English
經文:利未記4-7章
中心思想:利未記4-5章
提要

        除了三種馨香之祭,上帝還給以色列人兩件非馨香的獻祭,當罪破壞了上帝與人之間的關係時,就必須獻這兩種祭。贖罪祭-為了遮蓋不潔、疏忽或隱而未現的罪-使罪人在知道罪的嚴重性及結果之後,有贖罪的機會。贖愆祭-為了遮蓋冒犯上帝和得罪別人的罪-使罪人不但有贖罪的機會,也讓受到傷害的人能夠得到補償。

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贖罪祭

贖衍祭

奉獻的律法

義務的獻祭

對獻祭的檢討

每日與主同行

        在本頁空白處,列出日常生活中使你不快,卻是有益的五件事情-就是說明知做了有利於你,但不想去做的事。(提示:可從看牙醫、早起、運動開始。)
        如果你和一般人一樣,大概不會喜歡牙醫的電鑽所發出低沉陰鬱的哀鳴:但經過穿鑿、鑽刺和苦澀藥水的治療後,你會發現病情好了許多。當你做錯事被上司糾正的時候,也是一樣的令人不快,但日後你會感謝他的關照,使你能面對真象。
        基督徒的生活中,也有一些痛苦卻又有益的操練-譬如遵守賠償的聖經原則。一個以色列人傷害另一個人的時候,上帝清楚的命令:「彌補這個過失!」身為基督徒,你同樣必須補償你所傷害的人。
        想想過去這個禮拜當中,你可曾破壞過別人的名譽或使人財產蒙受損失?你有沒有請求對方的原諒?(這實在很難!)你有沒有賠償別人?(這實在也很難!)今天主動的向上帝獻上一個贖愆祭!你會發現心靈的寧靜和修復後的關係值得你付出這些痛苦!

默想

如果你需要一個效法的榜樣
        撒該是一位相信基督的稅吏(路19:l一10),他在補償的功課上是個美好的例子。律法說一個罪人要賠償他所拿走的或所破壞的,要多賠原價的五分之一。撒該在感恩中決定賠償他所訛詐的四倍。

金言

謙卑在生命中是一個需要長久學習的功課。

English

2/2/2013 Offerings for Restoration
Scriptures:Leviticus 4-7
Heart of the Passage:Leviticus 4-5
Overview

        In addition to the three sweet savor offerings, God gives the Israelites two nonsweet savor sacrifices. Both are required when sin has broken fellowship with God, The sin offering—covering sins of uncleanness, neglect, or thoughtlessness—provided restoration for the sinner while teaching the seriousness of sin and its consequences. The trespass offering— covering sins of injury to God and to others—provided not only for the restoration of the sinner but for compensation to the injured party as well.

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapters 6-7

Sin Offering

(Guilt)

Trespass Offering

(Damage)

Law of the

Offerings

Compulsory Offerings

Reviewing the Offerings

Your Daily Walk

        In the margin, list five unpleasant but beneficial experiences from daily life—things you dislike doing, but know they are good for you. (Hint: You might want to start in the dentist's office.)
        If you're normal, you probably don't enjoy the whine of the dentist's drill; but after all the poking and drilling and bitter taste, you find you feel a lot better. Being corrected by a boss when you've made a mistake isn't pleasant either, but afterwards you're glad your boss cared enough to confront you with the truth.
        In the Christian life there are some equally painful but profitable exercises—like obeying the biblical principle of restitution. When an Israelite caused injury to another, God's command was clear: "Make it up to him." You, as a Christian, likewise have an obligation to repay those whom you have injured.
        Think back over the past week. Is there someone whose character or possessions you have damaged? Have you asked for forgiveness? (That's hard!) Have you repaid what you owe? (That's harder still!) Take the initiative today to offer a trespass offering to God. You'll find the peace of mind and restored relationship well worth the pain.

Insight

And If You Need a Model to Follow . . .—
        Zacchaeus, the tax collector who trusted Christ (Luke 19:1-10), beautifully illustrates restitution at work. The law told a sinner to restore what he had taken or damaged, plus 20 percent. Zacchaeus in his gratitude offered to restore what he had taken fourfold!

Adage

Life is a long lesson in humility.


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