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Chinese10/21/2013 人子的比喻(一)English
經文:路加福音13-15章
中心思想:路加福音15章
提要

        一針見血的教導所產生的結果有時候是積極的,但通常都是消極的!基督的講道也不例外。耶穌從不利用上帝的真理作為取悅人或使人舒服的工具,反倒是無畏無懼的呼召人悔改(路13:3,5),或稱狡猾的人為「狐狸」(路13:32)!不過在祂的教誨堣]有溫和的一面,救主對罪人的愛就充滿在十五章中,祂三次說到天上要為罪人的悔改歡喜快樂(路15:7,10,32)。

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危險的比喻

代價的比喻

失錢的比喻

「悔改!」

「思想!」

「尋找!」

每日與主同行

        沒有一個地方比「失物招領」部門更令人難過了!難過是因為那麼多貴重的東西和它們的主人分開了!其次是那麼多有用的東西,卻英雄無用武之地的閒置在架子上;還有就是許多失主已經忘記他們丟掉的東西!成為無人招領的東西已經夠糟了,被棄置和忘懷的就更悽慘了!
        路加福音十五章堛漕C一個比喻都在提醒我們:上帝不是一位健忘的失主,對丟了的東西就此不要了,反而是不停的尋找,像一位慈祥的牧羊人,一為一絲不苟的主婦,一位倚門盼歸的父親,祂的眼光或高或低的尋找失喪的罪人──祂心愛關切的失物。有一首流行的福音詩歌是這樣的:「以前祂一次又一次的等待你,現在祂還在等候你,你願不願意開門;哦,祂多麼想進來!」對救主的邀請你有什麼回應?天上的使者正期待著下一次的歡呼呢!

默想

聖經堛滿u失物招領」部門──路加福音十五章
        「罪人」(路15:1)這個詞是指在街上被法利賽人看不起的百姓,因為他們不明白法律(約7:49),也不遵守長老的傳統。法利賽人之所以抱怨,是因為他們不了解耶穌拯救失喪靈魂的心,因此耶穌說了三個比喻作為回答,一個是失羊的比喻,一個是失錢的比喻,最後一個是浪子的比喻,顯示出上帝的確為罪人的悔改歡喜快樂,即使只有一個罪人也是如此。

金言

上帝愛我們每一個人,就像我們是唯一可以愛的人一樣。

English

10/21/2013 Illustrations of the Son of Man (Part 1)
Scriptures:Luke 13-15
Heart of the Passage:Luke 15
Overview

        Teaching that is plain and to the point is bound to produce a response —sometimes positive, but more often negative! Christ's sermons are no exception. Never attempting to make God's truth merely palatable or comfortable, Jesus is not afraid to call for repentance (13:3, 5) or to call a fox a "fox" (13:32)! But there is a tender side to His teaching as well. The love of the Savior for lost sinners permeates chapter 15, where three times He states that the heavens rejoice over one lost sinner who repents (15:7, 10, 32).

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Parables of the Danger

Parables of the Cost

Parables of the Lost

"Repent!"

"Consider!"

"Seek!"

Your Daily Walk

        There is no sadder place than a lost and found department. Sad because so many items of value have become separated from their owners. Sad because useful items are sitting uselessly on the shelf. Sad because so many owners have forgotten they lost something. It's bad enough to be an unclaimed object; it's worse yet to be unwanted and unmissed.
        Luke 15 provides a threefold reminder that God is not a forgetful owner whose lost possession is unwanted. Rather, He is a seeking, searching heavenly Father. Like a tender shepherd ... a meticulous housewife ... a yearning father, He scans high and low for lost sinners—lost objects of His love and concern. In the words of a popular gospel song, "Time after time He has waited before, and now He is waiting again . . . To see if you're willing to open the door; 0 how He wants to come in!" What is your answer to the invitation of your Savior? The angels in heaven are waiting for another reason to rejoice!

Insight

The Bible's "Lost & Found" Department—Luke 15
        The word sinners (15:1) designates the people of die street whom the Pharisees looked down upon with contempt because they did not know the Law (John 7:49) or keep the traditions of die elders. The Pharisees grumbled because they did not share Jesus' heart for reclaiming lost individuals. In response Jesus tells them three parables about a lost sheep, a lost piece of silver, and a lost son to show that God rejoices over the recovery of even one lost sinner.

Adage

God loves each of us as if there were only one of us to love.


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