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Chinese11/10/2013 保羅在耶路撒冷被捕English
經文:使徒行傳21-23章
中心思想:使徒行傳21章
提要

        雖然保羅完成了最後一次的宣教之旅,然而他的宣教生涯並未就此結束,上帝原來呼召他作百姓的宣教士,現在差遣他為王室的宣教士。保羅來到耶路撒冷,已預備入獄,甚至殉道,早把生死置之度外,所以一旦站在群眾及公會面前,就極力以自己的見證為自己辯護,後來他小心翼翼的躲過一次暗殺的陰謀,等待機會站在審判台前作「盼望死人復活」的見證(徒23:6)。

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保羅遭逮捕

保羅的聲明

1 保羅的抗辯 11

12 保羅的伏兵 35

耶路撒冷

猶太人

危難

每日與主同行

         一名殺手持槍悄悄的潛在一個毫無戒心的受害人身後,大聲喝道:「你最好準備活下去吧!」
        嗚呼!事情有點不對勁--受害人可曾有死的打算?你不妨停下來想一想:在這個極富挑戰的二十一世紀堙A那一件是比較棘手?生或死?
        使徒保羅做了萬全的準備,他知道值得為這個信仰生,也值得為這個信仰而死,當他從該撒利亞來到耶路撒冷的時候,就已經警覺到所要面臨的危險,即使死亡的預言也無法嚇阻他,他臨別的贈言就是坦然接受或生或死的宣言(徒21:13)。
        對你來說,你將要面臨最困難的決定,也許不是槍桿相對,可能也不會有被判入獄的威脅,較大的可能是:寧可去死也不願面對某種情況!這些情況往往是抗辯的問題,紀律的問題,或悔改、饒恕的學習,但藉著這些才使你活出基督信仰的光輝來,如果你想逃避今天的問題,倒不如逃到天父面前,求祂使你過得勝生活--那種祂最能賜予的生活。

默想

入耶路撒冷之境,卻隨羅馬人之俗
        保羅在千夫長問他:「你是羅馬人麼?」(徒22:27)的時候給予肯定的答覆,使他免於鞭笞之苦,同時也嚇阻了千夫長,他若欺凌一個羅馬公民,足以招來一頓毒打,甚至讓自己送命,因為違反了羅馬的法令。

金言

如果你沒有困難,或許你該屈膝求問:「主啊!祢不信任我嗎?」

English

11/10/2013 Paul's Arrest in Jerusalem
Scriptures:Acts 21-23
Heart of the Passage:Acts 21
Overview

        Though Paul has taken his last missionary journey, his missionary career is far from over. God now promotes him from being a missionary to the people to being a missionary to the palace. Paul travels to Jerusalem, prepared for imprisonment and even martyrdom. Once before the crowd and again before the council, Paul attempts to defend himself by relating his personal testimony. Narrowly averting an assassination plot, he awaits his opportunity to stand trial for "the hope and resurrection of the dead" (23:6).

CHAPTER 21

CHAPTER 22

CHAPTER 23

Paul's Arrest

Paul's Apology

1 Paul's Argument 11

12 Paul's Ambush 35

Jerusalem

Jews

Jeopardy

Your Daily Walk

        A gunman sneaks up behind the unsuspecting victim and loudly announces, "You'd better get ready to liver!"
        Oops! Something's wrong here—isn't the victim supposed to get ready to die? But stop and think: Which would be tougher to do in this challenging 21st century?
        The apostle Paul was ready for both. He believed that a faith worth living for was also a faith worth dying for. As he proceeded to Jerusalem from Caesarea, Paul was well aware of the dangers he faced. But even the prophets of death did not deter him. His parting words were a ringing declaration that he was ready to live or die (21:13).
        For you, the most difficult decision you will ever face may not come at the point of a gun. You may never be threatened by a jail sentence. More likely, you will face situations where you wish you could "die" but can't. Situations that wound your emotions so deeply you think it is impossible to recover. Situations involving confrontation, discipline, repentance, and forgiveness, But that's where your living faith in Christ can shine most brightly! When tempted to run from your problem today, run instead to your heavenly Father and ask Him for a living victory—the kind He specializes in giving!

Insight

When in Jerusalem, Do as the Romans Do. ... —
        Paul's affirmative reply to the chief captain's question, "Art thou a Roman?" (22:27), saved him from a scourging, and frightened the captain, who could have been whipped or executed himself for beating a fellow Roman citizen—a direct violation of Roman law!

Adage

If you haven't got problems, perhaps you should get on your knees and ask, "Lord, don't You trust me?"


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