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Chinese6/26/2013 內婸P外在的平安English
經文:詩篇120-127篇
中心思想:詩篇122篇
提要

        詩篇一二○到一三四篇所討論的主題,對離鄉背井的遊子而言十分寶貴:平安(詩120,122)、保護(詩121,125,127)和供給(詩123-124,126)。當你讀這些「馬路之歌」時,想像自己正在長途旅行,但已看到了目的地。

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住在惡人中

旅人的信靠

聖城的喜悅

讚美和保護

歷代的盼望

漫長的旅途

豐富的供應

每日與主同行

        世界和平始終都是遙不可及的,在過去三千五百年人類的歷史中,堪稱「太平」的日子不到三百年。國際間締結的和約超過八千個,在約定的時間內,和約卻紛紛遭毀,難怪一個憤世嫉俗的人為「和平」下的定義是:「人類歷史上一段短暫而神聖的時刻,人們則藉此整軍經武、重回戰場! 」
        大衛描述長途跋涉前往聖城耶路撒冷的聖徒在抵達終點時(詩122),明知耶路撒冷一向少平安,但仍想到一個反諷的名字:平安之城耶路撒冷。因此詩人力勸世人要「為耶路撒冷求平安」(詩122:6-8)。
        正如大衛時代的耶路撒冷是上帝臨在的地方,今天你的身體是「聖靈的殿」(林前6:19),原來平安的泉源竟住在你的生命堙F汲取這個泉源之後,怎樣才能為今日世界貢獻和平?怎樣才能在你家中、辦公室和教會婺悃M各種衝突(而不是挑起爭端)?你可以和大衛一樣藉著禱告,為「弟兄和同伴的緣故……願平安在你中間。」(詩122:7-8)

默想

邁向耶路撒冷的詩歌
        詩篇一二○到一三四篇的標題都可稱為「登階之詩」或「上行之詩」。這些詩歌都是朝聖者在每年節慶的日子堳e往耶路撒冷時所吟唱的,詩中描寫朝聖者的旅程,從遠方而來(詩120),到看見聖城(詩121)最後抵達耶路撒冷(詩122),在其中大有喜樂(詩123-134)。

金言

一旦我們順服上帝,祂就使我們在祂膀臂中安然入睡。

English

6/26/2013 Peace Without and Within
Scriptures:Psalm 120-127
Heart of the Passage:Psalm 122
Overview

        Psalms 120-134 deal with topics dear to the heart of travelers far from home: peace (120, 122); protection (121, 125, 127); and provision (123-124, 126). As you read these "hymns of the highway," imagine yourself on a long journey, with your destination now in view.

Psalm 120

Psalm 121

Psalms 122-123

Psalms 124-125

Psalms 126-127

Life Among Liars

Trust of the Traveler

Joy in Jerusalem

Praise for Protection

Hope in God's Heritage

Pilgrimage

Provision

Your Daily Walk

        World peace has always been an elusive commodity. Of the last 3,500 years of human history, fewer than 300 could be called "warless." More than 8,000 treaties have been made ... and broken ... during that time. Little wonder that ony cynic has defined peace as "that brief, glorious moment in history when everybody stands around reloading."
        As David depicts the end of a long march to the Holy City of Jerusalem (Psalm 122), he contemplates the irony of the name: Jerusalem, City of Peace, though it has known so little peace. And so the psalmist exhorts, "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem" (w. 6-8).
        Just as the city of Jerusalem in David's day housed the very-presence of the Lord, so your body today is the "temple [dwelling place] of the Holy Ghost" (1 Corinthians 6:19). You have the very source of peace residing in your life! Drawing upon that resource, how can you be a peacemaker in your world today? How can you work toward resolving conflicts (rather than starting new ones) in your home, office, school, and church? You might begin by praying, as David did, for "peace ... for my brethren and companions' sakes" (vv. 7-8).

Insight

Hymns for the Hike to Jerusalem —
        Psalms 120-134 are identified in the titles as "songs of degrees" or "songs of ascents," anthems sung by pilgrims on their yearly trips to Jerusalem during the feast days. The psalms describe the progress of the pilgrim as he travels from a distant land (120) to within sight of the Holy City (121) and finally arrives (122) amid great joy (123-134).

Adage

We sleep in peace in the arms of God when we yield ourselves upto His providence.


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