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Chinese3/21/2013 大衛在掃羅宮中English
經文:撒母耳記上16-19章
中心思想:撒母耳記上16、17章
提要

        依人意選出的掃羅王被棄絕後,只好再選出一位合乎上帝心意的王,就是大衛,一個年輕的牧羊人。他無意名利,嚮往田園生活勝於宮廷排場。他擅於使用彈弓,又會彈琴,是伯利恆一個不起眼家庭中的老么(排行第八),但他的心對上帝是專注不二的──可從他面對巨人歌利亞的勇氣,及應付掃羅的滿腔妒火可見一斑。

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琴手大衛

殺死巨人

戰士長大衛

逃亡者大衛

大衛得寵於掃羅

大衛激怒掃羅

每日與主同行

        你有沒有從上帝的眼光看你的生活?下面有幾個問題可測知你的答案,請誠實回答。
        1.你可否從一個危機中看出轉機,或正好相反?
        2.遇到像歌利亞般的棘手問題,你會像大衛那樣反應:「哦!這目標夠大,不會失誤的。」或:「哇,這目標太大,我無法擊倒。」
        3.你認為目前的情況是上帝給你考驗、學習的機會,或是上帝已把你置於青草地上,得享安逸生活?
        若你的答案均是前者,那你就是從上帝的角度來看一切──無論任何境況上帝都與你同在,這想法讓你能坦然面對任何禍福。
        若你認為你的眼光需要修正,那麼今天花一點時間讀詩篇一百三十九篇,那是大衛的日記,堶惘酗W帝喜愛的心態。

默想

無冕之王大衛
        十六章十三節中撒母耳膏大衛為以色列第二個君王,但直到撒母耳記下五章三節,大衛才真正統治了十二個支派──這一等就等了十五個年頭。在這段期間,上帝有重要的功課要大衛學,教他知道怎樣牧養百姓。

金言

惟有心態的轉變,才能將沉悶的工作轉為有趣的學習。

English

3/21/2013 David in the Court of Saul
Scriptures:1 Samul 16-19
Heart of the Passage:1 Samul 16-17
Overview

        The rejection of a king after the people's heart (Saul) sets the stage for the choice of a king after God's own heart (David). A young shepherd with a disposition more suited to the pasture than the palace, David possesses few claims to fame. He is a good marksman with a sling, an excellent lyre player, and the youngest of eight sons from an insignificant family in Bethlehem. But his heart attitude is one of undivided devotion—a quality readily visible in the way David dispatches the Philistine giant Goliath and handles Saul's jealous attacks.

CHAPTER 16

CHAPTER 17

CHAPTER 18

CHAPTER 19

David the Musician

David the Giant Killer

David the Groom

David the Fugitive

David in Saul's Favor

David in Saul's Fury

Your Daily Walk

        Do you see life from God's perspective? Here's a quick way to find out. Simply answer these three questions honestly:
        1.Do you see a calamity in every opportunity, or an opportunity in every calamity?
        2.When confronted with a Goliath-size problem, do you respond, "He's too big to hit," or like David, "He's too big to miss"?
        3.Do you feel that you've been put out to pasture, or do you see your present circumstances as proving grounds?
        If you chose the second response to each question, then you see life from David's (and God's) perspective—the perspective that views one plus God as a majority in any situation—the perspective that enables you to walk with God in castles and caves, in pastures and palaces, when you are at peace and when you are pursued.
        If you discover that your perspective needs sharpening, then spend some extra moments today reading Psalm 139—a page from David's diary tliat shows the heart attitude God delights to find.

Insight

David, the King Without a Crown —
        In 16:13 Samuel anoints David as the second king in Israel's history. But not until 2 Samuel 5:3 will David assume the reins of leadership over all 12 tribes—a wait of about 15 years! During that interval God has many important lessons to teach the young king-elect about how to shepherd His people.

Adage

Sometimes only a change of viewpoint is needed to convert a seemingly tiresome duty into an interesting opportunity.


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