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經文:利未記廿七章
鑰節:「地上所有的……十分之一是耶和華的,是歸給耶和華為聖的。」(27:30)
提要

        利未記最後一章所談的是許願及十分之一奉獻。律法並沒有要以色列人在上帝面前許願或承諾什麼事;他們的奉獻是要出於自願以及對上帝的感恩。

        一個人可以將自己所擁有的動物、房屋、土地、甚至自己和自己所監護的人分別為聖歸給耶和華。祭司會估定價值,許願的人就要按著所定的價銀奉獻。窮人也有許願奉獻的特權,因為祭司會按他的能力來估價(27:8)。此外,年齡和性別也會造成估價上的差異。男性比女性值得多,可能是因為男性體能較強壯。其中又以壯年時期的男性(二十歲至六十歲間)最有價值,因為他們最有能力,所以也有義務為主作更多的事。

        房屋和土地也可以分別為聖歸給上帝。房屋似乎是交給祭司出售,收入則用於聖工上。一個人只能將他承受為業(以色列人進迦南後首次拈鬮畫分的地業)之地的一部分奉獻給上帝(27:16),因為上帝並不願意人過分狂熱而導致他全家破產。土地的價值是按照到下一個禧年來臨,土地歸還原主之前,在其上種植所需的花費來估價。

        律法是有彈性且合乎人道的,因為在特定的情況下,它准許人撤消將某物歸主的願。已分別為聖之物可以被贖回或買回,但要多付百分之二十的罰金。罰金是用來警告、鼓勵人許願要認真、以及保護誓言的神聖,因為一旦在證人面前許下了莊嚴的誓言,就必須十分小心持守。新約並沒有這種有關誓言的規定;不過,它十分清楚的說到,在上帝面前的承諾是一件嚴肅的事,必須看重所許的諾言,不論那是奉獻自己的誓言,或洗禮、婚禮上的誓言。

        從廿八節看來,一個人可以在某種特定的誓言中,將某物「永獻」給上帝。希伯來文「永獻」這個字的意思是將某物給主,永不取回。在這種情形下,所獻給主的物就成為至聖。廿九節的意思不太清楚,但永獻物和「當滅的物」之間似乎有所不同。希伯來文的文意暗示,當滅的物是獻給主而永不再取回的人或東西,要完全毀滅。最可能的情況是上帝直接指示的結果,或全會眾或以色列長老作成的決定,例如毀滅敵人(如耶利哥城,書6:17;亞瑪力人,撒上15:20)。

        利未記在結束之前提醒以色列人,「地上所有的十分之一」屬耶和華(27:30),他們要將這十分之一的供獻帶到祭司那堙C拒絕繳納十分之一就是偷竊上帝之物(瑪3:8)。該奉獻十分之一的供物有很多種,但在這堨u強調地的出產。因為上帝是真正的地主(利25:23),地的出產也應視為上帝應得的奉獻,是百姓用來表達對祂所有祝福的感恩。今天的信徒對上帝的奉獻絕不應少於舊約的以色列百姓。我們也要用我們的財物、產業來尊榮上帝(箴3:9),並將我們的十分之一奉獻給我們領受靈糧的教會,用來支持主的工人,及傳播耶穌基督的福音(林前9:11、14;16:2;加6:6、10)。

禱告

        全能的上帝,我們將自己獻給您。保守我們忠心的將該歸給您的那一點點──十分之一──奉獻給您,也幫助我們在十分之一以外還能自由、慷慨的奉獻。奉主耶穌基督聖名,阿們!

English

Scriptures:Read Leviticus 27
Key Verse:“And all the tithe of the land,… is the Lord’s. It is holy to the Lord.(Leviticus 27:30 )
Overview

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        This final chapter of Leviticus deals with vows of consecrated things, vows of devoted things and tithes unto the Lord. The thing s vowed or solemnly promised to the Lord were not made as a requirement of obedience to any law, but given voluntarily out of devotion and thanksgiving to God.

        A person could consecrate unto the Lord things he owned, such as animals, houses fields, or even himself and people for whom he was responsible. The priest would estimate the value and the person would donate to the sanctuary the money it was found t0 be worth. A poor person could still have this privilege, because the priest made the valuation according o his ability (27:8). There were a certain more than females, probably because of being physically stronger. The highest valuation was put upon those in the prime of life (between ages twenty to sixty), for they were more able and therefore obliged to do more in the service of the Lord.

        Houses and fields could be dedicated to the Lord as well. It seems that a house would be given over to the priests to be sold and the proceeds given to the Lord’s work. Only part of a field of one’s possession (land allotted to his family from the first division of Canaan) could be dedicated to God (27:16), for the Lord did not want to see an overly zealous person cause the ruin of his whole family. The value of the field was estimated according to the cost to plant it until the next year of Jubilee (27:17-18), when the law required it to be returned to the original family (27:21).

        The law was flexible and humane, for under certain conditions it allowed for the discharge of a vow of something consecrated unto the Lord. The consecrated thing could be redeemed, or bought back, by paying the price it was valued at plus an additional twenty percent penalty. This penalty would serve as an extra caution to encourage only serious vows and to protect the sanctity of the vow, for once a solemn vows made before witnesses, greatnesses, great care was to be taken that it be kept. In the New Testament, there are no such stipulations concerning vows made to God; however, it is made clear that a promise to God is a serious thing which is expected to be honored, be it the consecration of oneself to God, or a baptismal or marriage vow.

        It appears that under a different type of vow, a person could “devote” things to God (27:28). The Hebrew word means the irrevocable giving over of something to the Lord. In such instances, it became most holy and wholly the Lord’s. Verse 29 is somewhat unclear, but “under the ban”, which are doomed or “devoted to destruction” (NIV). The Hebrew meaning implies the irrevocable giving over of a person or thing to the Lord by totally destroying them. It seems most probable that the ban came as a result of the Lord’s direct instructions, or the decision of all the congregation or elders of Israel, like the destruction of their enemies (e.g. the city of Jericho, Joshua 6:17; the Amalekites, 1 Sam.15:20).

        Finally, before the book of Leviticus closes, the Israelites were reminded that ”all the tithe of the land” belonged to the Lord (27:30) and was to be brought to the priests. To refuse to pay the tithe was, and still is, robbing God (Mal.3:8). There were various kinds of tithes, but here we see stressed the tithe of the produce of the land. Since God is the true owner (Lev.25:23), it is regarded as His due offering, expressing thanks for all His blessings. Believers today should not give any less to God than those in the Old Covenant. We also are to honor the Lord with our possessions (Prove.3:9) and give our tithes and offerings where we receive spiritual food so that the Lord’s ministers may be supported, and to aid in the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Cor.9:11, 14; 16:2; Gal.6:6, 10).

Prayer

        Almighty God, we give ourselves to You. Keep us faithful in giving back to You that minimum which we owe, the tithe, and also help us to be liberal and generous givers of offerings over and above our tithes.


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