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Chinese5/2/2013 聖殿完工English
經文:以斯拉記4-6章
中心思想:以斯拉記4:15,24;6:13-22
提要

        所羅巴伯深知重整家園的當務之急是開始敬拜上帝,而不是拼命工作。國家復興的挑戰不是建築,而是靈命。基於此,所羅巴伯把設立祭壇和重新獻祭列為第一優先,隨後,建殿的材料齊備了,工作也分派妥當,重建聖殿的實際工作方才開始,但不久,當地居民上告國王,以致工作停頓,直到十五年後大利烏——這位心懷悲憫的波斯新王當政時,整個工程才恢復施工直到完工。

4

5

6

停工

恢復

完成

工程受阻

工程恢復

工程結束

每日與主同行

        只要是做上帝的工就一定會受到批評,事實上,如果你想避免被批評,唯一的方法就是:守口如瓶,無所事事,結果則是一事無成!
        所羅巴伯在耶路撒冷重建聖殿的動機是純正的!他橫越九百英哩危險的荒漠去建聖殿,既不為名也不為利,儘管如此,當地猶太居民尖苛的批評與激烈的反對還是臨到他——這些猶太人娶的是外族妻子,過的是外族的生活方式,早已被外族同化了。
        雖然沒有人能完全了解批評的價值。但是艾倫塞德,這位活躍於本世紀前半葉的美國牧師以及評論家,為「批評」下了一個有智慧的註解,可以調整我們面對批評的心態。他說:「面對批評,無則嘉許,有則改進,忘記不快,繼續服事上帝吧!」下次你再成為眾矢之的時,以此為座右銘!畢竟竹竿和石頭只會伸向結實纍纍的果樹!

默想

你能有多「偉大」?
        根據以斯拉記五章八節的記載,聖殿是用「大石」建造的,(「大石」)意指「滾動的石頭」,這種石頭只有借助滾軸才能移動的位置。石頭的大小不可考,但必定是龐大得叫耶穌的門徒驚異讚歎(可13:1)──也只有大石頭才能配得上這位偉大的上帝。

金言

絕對不要害怕面對批評的考驗。

English

5/2/2013 Temple Completion
Scriptures:Ezra 4-6
Heart of the Passage:Ezra 4:15,24; 6:13-22
Overview

        Zerubbabel knows that the (ask of rebuilding the nation must begin at the altar, not the workbench. The challenge is primarily spiritual, not architectural. Accordingly, Zerubbabel's first priority is to erect the altar and reinstate Israel's national feasts, which recognize God's dealings in the life of the nation. Afterward, once materials are gathered and assignments made, the actual work of rebuilding the temple can commence. But it is not long before the local residents lodge complaints with the king, bringing the work to a halt. Not until Darius comes to power 15 years later can the project be resumed and completed.

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapters 6

Restraining the Builders

Reinstating the Builders

Reaching the Goal

Work Opposed

Work Resumed

Work Completed

Your Daily Walk

        There has yet to be a work attempted for God that did not produce criticism. In fact, if you want to avoid criticism, there is only one way: say nothing, do nothing, and be nothing!
        Zerubbabel's goal of rebuilding the temple in Jerusalem sprang from pure motives. He marched 900 miles through perilous wilderness. He labored neither for monetary gain nor public notoriety. But despite all that, he met with stiff criticism and opposition from the local Jewish population—who had embraced foreign wives and pagan ways.
        No one so thoroughly appreciates the value of criticism as the one who gives it. But consider these wise words from H. A. Ironside, American preacher and commentator in the first half of this century, on how to face criticism: "If what they are saying about you is true, mend your ways. If it isn't true, forget it, and go about the business of serving the Lord." Good advice to remember next time you are the target. After all, sticks and stones are only thrown at fruit-bearing trees!

Insight

How "Great" Can You Get?
        The rebuilt temple was constructed with "great stones" (5:8). The size of these stones is unspecified, but they were large enough to cause Jesus' disciples to respond in amazement (Mark 13:1)—great stones befitting a great God.

Adage

Never be afraid to test yourself by your critic's words.


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