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Chinese3/31/2005English
經文:馬可福音八章
鑰節:「你們有眼睛,看不見嗎?有耳朵,聽不見嗎?你們的心還是愚頑嗎?」(8:18)
提要

        這章聖經使我們更看清人類脆弱的天性。故事從第十四節開始,門徒上船時忘了帶食物,他們僅有一塊餅,並且,看得出來他們很擔心。耶穌知道他們的憂慮,但祂的反應很不尋常,祂說:「要防備法利賽人的酵和希律的酵。」門徒有些不解,紛紛猜想耶穌為何責備他們。他們以為耶穌是不滿他們沒有事先預備。但問題並不在此。問題是,他們忘了耶穌先前如何奇妙的供應四千多人食物的事。耶穌看著他們,懷疑他們的心是否愚鈍了,或是眼瞎、耳聾了,祂問門徒:「你們不記得嗎?」「你們看不見嗎?」然後耶穌要他們回憶祂使五千人吃飽還得十二籃零碎的事。

        「酵」字就是出現在這樣的情節堙C文士、法利賽人和希律的酵都與世俗的想法有關。用天然或肉體的方式看事情鐵定能阻礙上帝對我們的供應。耶穌的酵不止使麵發起來,還能使餅越發增加!耶穌再次強調祂的重點,提醒門徒祂使四千人吃飽的事;但門徒還是沒有得著要領。耶穌能供應他們的需要,祂過去的記錄證明了這個事實。能否單純的在日用飲食上完全信賴祂或許是作門徒最重要的事,也是最明顯的考驗。這並不是說我們要丟棄祂用來供應我們需要的工作和薪資;我們乃是必須瞭解,我們所擁有任何美好的事物都來自上帝。

禱告

        主,您是耶和華以勒的上帝,是我們的供應者。幫助我們信靠您的供應,記念您過去如何豐富的滿足我們的需要。願我們能用信心的眼睛超越外在的環境仰望您。奉主耶穌基督聖名,阿們!

English

Scriptures:Read Mark 8
Key Verse:“Having eyes, do you not see? And having ears, do you not hear? And do you not remember?”(Mark 8:18 )
Overview

         This chapter gives us a fascinating insight into the frailty of human nature. Beginning in verse 14 we have a story of the disciples forgetting to bring bread on a boat trip. All they had was one loaf, and they were obviously concerned. Jesus saw their concern and made the most unusual comment. He says, “Beware of the leaven (yeast) of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod. “ The disciples were somewhat flummoxed by this and tried to figure out why Jesus was scolding them. They thought it might be because they’d failed to plan ahead. But that wasn’t the problem. The problem was that they had forgotten how Jesus had miraculously provided bread for them, and thousands of others before. He looks at them and asks if their hearts have become hardened, or their eyes blind, or their ears deaf. “Don’t you remember?” Jesus asks. Or better yet, “Don’t you see?” Then He recalls the feeding of the five thousand and recounts the baskets of bread left over.

         It’s in this context that the word “yeast” comes into play. The yeast of the Scribes, the Pharisees, and Herod had something to do with a secular mind set. The natural or carnal way of looking at things can effectively block Christ’s provision. Jesus’ yeast not only makes bread rise, it multiplies bread! He then re-emphasizes the point by reminding them of the feeding of the four thousand; but the disciples don’t get the point. The fact is that Jesus can supply the need. His track record proves it. And to be able to trust Him in a simple way for one’s daily bread is perhaps the bottom line, the litmus test, to being His disciple. This isn’t to suggest that we do away with the means He has provided us in terms of daily work and wages to supply a need. Nevertheless, even in that we must recognize that any good thing we have has come from God.

Prayer

         Lord, You are Jehovah Jireh, our provider. Help us to rest assured in Your provision remembering how you’ve provided for us in the past. May we look, with the eye of faith, beyond our natural circumstances.


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