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經文:約翰壹書第三章
鑰節:「從此就知道我們是屬真理的,並且我們的心在上帝的面前可以安穩。我們的心若責備我們,上帝比我們的心大,一切事沒有不知道的。」(3:19、20)
提要

        在我解釋鑰節前,我要對第6、9兩節稍作說明。因為很多人讀到此,常會驚嘆說:「我有禍了!我每天都在犯罪。」讓我來幫助你。

        從這兩節的上下文來看,罪是指習慣性的、持續性的罪,也就是每天故意去犯的罪。約翰尤指像諾斯底主義者,一面自稱勝過罪,卻又不斷犯罪。約翰所想到的,不是一般人性的失敗,而是指假冒為善的罪。如果你「住在基督裡」(6上),且有「上帝的道」在你裡面(9下),那你就會與罪惡的行為爭戰,而不會刻意有犯罪的行為。那些「不斷犯罪」的人,生活中沒有掙扎、沒有爭戰,犯罪是其生活的部份。而那些「已經從上帝生的」人,罪是件須每天去打仗、征服的緊要事件。每個人天天都會犯罪--前者接受罪,後者拒絕罪。

        你的心若責備你(應該是常常如此),記住:上帝比你的心大。你或許會自己定罪,上帝卻要滿了愛地提醒你,基督的血,在你的生命裡要發揮功能(1:7)。祂知道你過去的罪和現在的掙扎,凡信靠祂的,都要蒙恩恤。

禱告

        上帝啊!您知道我們的心思、意念和行為,您也愛我們。我要將心安息於您,因知您要藉耶穌基督的十字架洗淨一切的罪,這是您的恩賜,感謝您。奉主耶穌基督的名,阿們!

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Scriptures:Read 1 John 3
Key Verse:"This then is how we know that we belong to the truth, and how we set our hearts at rest in His presence whenever our hearts condemn us. For God is greater than our hearts, and He knows everything."(1 John 3:19,20)
Overview

        Before commenting on this key verse, allow me to make a few observations about two verses which can cause more than a measure of concern to the eager-to-please reader — consider verses 6 and 9. You read these verses and exclaim, "I'm in trouble here! Because I'm sinning every day." Let me help you.

        In both verses, sin is described in the context of habitual and continual sin — that is, sin which is wilfully embraced day by day. John refers to those who "continue to sin" while professing victory over sin (for sure, he's thinking of the Gnostics here). He's not thinking of human failure, but rather he's addressing committed hypocrisy. If you "live in" Christ (6a) and have "God's seed" (9b) living in you, then you'll find yourself combatting rather than embracing sinful behaviour. For those who "continue to sin", there is no struggle or fight; it's part of their lifestyle. For those who have "been born of God", sin is a real issue that needs to be fought and conquered in Christ every day. The former accept sin, the latter fight sin. But everyone does sin.

        And, when your heart condemns you (as it surely will from time to time), remember this: God is greater than your heart. While you may be condemning yourself, God may be lovingly reaching out to remind you of the ongoing work of Christ's blood in your life (1:7). He knows the dark realities of your past and the struggles of your present. He can be trusted to deal graciously with all who put their trust in Him.

Prayer

        Lord, God, You know every one of our thoughts, words, and deeds, and "You love us. We determine to set our hearts at rest in the knowledge of Your gift of cleansing from all sin through the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.


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