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Chinese6/19/2013 歌頌的理由English
經文:詩篇90-97篇
中心思想:詩篇95篇
提要

        雖然今天你所讀到的詩篇,大部份的作者都不知道是誰,但他們敬拜的對象卻十分明白:永恆的上帝(詩90),保護人的上帝(詩91),偉大的上帝(詩92),威嚴的上帝(詩93),伸冤的上帝(詩94),拯救的上帝(詩95),榮耀的上帝(詩96),以及聖潔的上帝(詩97)。

90-92

9394

95-97

上帝的子民

上帝的屬性

上帝的讚美

必朽

全能

榮耀

每日與主同行

        評估一下你的歌唱能力:一、可以在國家音樂廳演唱,二、只能在浴室埵萛T,三、使人大為驚嚇?
        請注意詩篇九十五篇中兩次的邀請:「來啊,我們要……歌唱」(1節),及「來啊,我們要屈身敬拜」(6節),所以不管你的音質如何,都有高歌的理由。為什麼你應該歌唱讚美上帝呢?因為祂是偉大的上帝、偉大的君王(3節):祂強大壯實(4節);祂有創造力(5節),總而言之,祂無所不能!
        這首詩有附帶的要求,有此了解之後,今天你應該有什麼回應?「惟願你們今天聽他的話(是嗎?),你們不可硬著心」(7-8節),正因祂無所不能,所以祂不是無動於衷的,你可以漠視祂的誡命使祂傷痛(10節);或者唱詩讚美來到祂面前榮耀祂!
        找一本詩歌集,花幾分鐘翻閱你所熟悉有關信心的詩歌,也可以在標題索引中「讚美」或「敬拜」的專欄媬黻菑@首詩歌,或者以敬虔的崇拜姿勢向你偉大的上帝及君王朗誦這首詩歌。然後大聲宣讀,因祂配得你的讚美!

默想

一首宜古宜今的詩篇
        從古代基督徒的教會就普遍的使用詩篇九十五篇為宣召和引導敬拜之用。或許你的教會也要試一試!

金言

寂靜之後,惟有音樂最能表達言語所不能表達的!

English

6/19/2013 A Reason for Singing
Scriptures:Psalm 90-97
Heart of the Passage:Psalm 95
Overview

        Though the authors of most of the psalms you read today are unknown, the Object of their worship is well known: the God of eternity (90), the God of protection (91), the God of greatness (92), the God of majesty (93), the God of vengeance (94), the God of salvation (95), the God of glory (96), and the God of holiness (97).

Psalms 90-92

Psalms 93-94

Psalms 95-97

God's People

God's Person

God's Praise

Mortal

Mighty

Majestic

Your Daily Walk

        Would you describe your singing ability as ... (a) fit for Carnegie Hall, (b) fit for the shower, or (c) something that gives other people fits?
        Notice the two invitations in Psalm 95: "O come, let us sing" (v, 1), and "O come, let us worship and bow down" (v. 6). There is good reason for both, regardless of the quality of your voice. Why should you want to sing the praises of God? Because He is a great God and great King (v, 3); He is strong (v. 4); He is creative (v. 5). In a word, He is omnipotent!
        The psalm has its own built-in application. What should be your response today in the light of that knowledge? "Today if ye will hear his voice [do you?], harden not your heart" (w. 7-8). While God is omnipotent, He is not impassive. You can grieve Him (v. 10) by ignoring His commands; or you can honor Him by coming before His presence with singing!
        Find a hymnbook and spend a few minutes paging through the many familiar songs of the faith, or look in the topical index under adoration or worship. Select one hymn to sing or read as a prayerful act of worship to your great God and King. Then lift up your voice, for He is worthy of your adoration!

Insight

A Psalm for All Ages —
        From ancient times the Christian church has widely used Psalm 95 (known as the Venire-, from the Latin for "O come") as a call and guide to worship. Your church may want to do the same!

Adage

After silence, that which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music.


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