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Chinese6/13/2013 好消息與壞消息English
經文:詩篇60-66篇
中心思想:詩篇60篇
提要

        今天你讀到五首哀痛的詩歌(詩60,6l,63-65;注意作者以「上帝啊」為開始的呼求),在詩篇中,詩人站在上帝的應許上,面對失敗、沮喪及欺騙。經歷了這一切,詩人發現上帝是一個配得讚美的避難所(詩62,66)。

6061

6264

6566

為國家與國王求興旺

為尋求的靈魂求保護

向供應一切的主讚美

懇求

歡呼

每日與主同行

        去年你聽到最好的消息是什麼?最壞的消息又是什麼?是否有人曾經以既甘也苦的語氣對你說:「我有好消息,也有壞消息要告訴你……」你要先聽那一種?
        詩篇六十篇就是大衛王同時得到好消息和壞消息後完成的。大衛處於權勢的顛峰期間,曾擁有遠近敵人俯旨稱臣的勝利(撒下8:3-5,這誠然是好消息),但在戰場上勢如破竹的成功,促使敵人結成盟軍,這首詩說到以東人從南方襲擊猶大,使大衛防禦薄弱的京畿造成嚴重的損失(這真是壞消息!)聽到這樣令人喪氣的報告,大衛坐下來,把自己的感情揮灑在這首充滿聖靈的詩歌當中──詩篇六十篇。
        大衛坦承上帝至高的手在這些事件上動工,(注意前面四節經文堙A代名詞一共出現了八次。)可見上帝不只掌管人的事務,也治理地上的邦國(詩60:7,8)!因此大衛才能誇讚上帝的大能,知道惟有「倚靠上帝,才能施展大能」(詩60:12)──一種你在今天也能響應的信心。
        找一枝筆完成下面的句子:
        1.當我注意周遭的環境,我的壞消息是_____________________
        2.當我仰望上帝的大能,我的好消息是_____________________

默想

一堂以色列的地理課(詩60)
        第六、七節中提到大衛王時代,以色列地理上的六個重鎮。不妨借助一本良好的聖經地圖,看看你能找出幾個地點。

金言

任何一份報紙的頭版都有充份的理由刊登救贖之上帝的消息。

English

6/13/2013 Good News and Bad News
Scriptures:Psalm 60-66
Heart of the Passage:Psalm 60
Overview

        Today you read five psalms of lament (60, 61, 63-65; watch for the cry, "O God") in which the psalmist stands upon the promises of God in the face of defeat, discouragement, and deceit. Through it all the psalmist finds that God is a praiseworthy refuge (62, 66).

Psalms 60-61

Psalms 62-64

Psalms 65-66

Prosperity for

the Nation and King

Protection for

the Seeking Soul

Praise for

the God Who Provides

Supplication

Acclamation

Your Daily Walk

        What was the best news you received in the last year? What was the worst news? Have you ever had someone come to you with the bittersweet statement, "I have good news and bad news ..."? Which did you want to hear first?
        Psalm 60 was written in the aftermath of both good news and bad news for King David. At the peak of his power, David enjoyed victory over his foes near and far (2 Samuel 8:3-5). (That's the good news.) But David's sweeping success in battle caused his enemies to join forces through alliances. This psalm indicates that Edom attacked Judah from the south, bringing havoc on David's thinly defended homeland. (That's the bad news.) After hearing the bleak report, David sat down to capture his emotions in a Spirit-inspired song—Psalm 60.
        David clearly recognized the sovereign hand of God in what had transpired. (Notice the pronoun thou repeated eight times in the first four verses.) Not only does God move in the affairs of men; He possesses the very nations (w. 7-8)! Therefore, David could glory in God's mighty strength, knowing that "through God we shall do valiantly" (v. 12)—a confidence you can echo today.
        Find a pencil and complete these two sentences:
        1. "As I look at my circumstances, the bad news is ..."
        2. "As 1 look at the resources of God, the good news is ..."

Insight

A Short Course in Israelite Geography (Psalm 60) —
        Verses 6 and 7 describe six points of significant Israelite geography in the time of King David. With the help of a good Bible map, see how many of the six you can locate.

Adage

The front page of any newspaper is adequate reason for the necessity of a saving God.


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