March 07, 2010 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

一颗明星的升起与陨落

The Rise and Fall of A Star

讲员
Preacher:

馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng





羅城華人勝利浸信會




VBCMR


3/7/
2010

經文
Scripture:

撒上1
Samuel 9
15-17;
代上1
Chron. 10
13-14;

前言Introduction:
历代志上头九章的家谱结束之后,从扫罗开始记述王国历史。在属灵与世俗的概念中,“明星”既被用来形容神,也被用来形容人,甚至也被用来形容魔鬼。扫罗是以色列的第一任国王,一颗引人注目的“政治明星”。但他却从神的仆人堕落为与撒旦交易的人,最终悲惨地陨落。今天的人从他身上可以学到什么功课?
After
the genealogy of the first nine chapters, 1 Chronicles starts from
Saul to narrate the history of Kingdom Israel. In secular and
spiritual realm, a “star” or “bright star” could be used to
describe God, to describe man, or even to describe the devil. Saul is
the first King of Israel, an eye-catching bright “political star”.
However, he fell from God’s servant to a man who dealt with Satan,
and finally died in misery. What can people today learn from him?

I.
明星的升起.
The
Rise of the Star.

II.
明星的试探.
The Temptation of the Star.

III.
明星的陨落.
The Fall of the Star.

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
扫罗最大的弱点是什么?~
What
is the biggest weakness of Saul?

2.
一个“有用的人”和一个“能被神用的人”有什么区别?~
What’s
the difference between a “useful person” and a “usable person”
to God?

3.
默想并背诵撒上15:22b
听命胜于献祭,顺从胜于公羊的脂油。
~
Meditate on and Memorize 1 Sam. 15:22b “
To
obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed is better than the fat of
rams
.

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February 21, 2010 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

再思以色列人的回归()

Rethinking the Return of
Israelites

讲员
Preacher:

馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng





羅城華人勝利浸信會




VBCMR


2/21/
2010

經文
Scripture:

代上1
Chron. 9
1-3;
210b

前言Introduction:
今天春节,我们这里每个人都是在异乡度过。与我们不同的是,两千五百年前的以色列人是被掳到异乡巴比伦。当波斯王允许他们回归故土应许之地时,真正回来的人只是少数。“馀民”是圣经中非常重要的一个概念。今天我们就看一下哪些人首先归回。
This
Chinese New Year, we are all here in a foreign country. Different
from us, the Israelites 2500 years ago were captured to a foreign
country, Babylon. When the Persian king allowed them to return to
their promised land, those who did return were a minority. “Remnants”
is an important biblical concept. Today, let us see who returned
first.

I.
以色列人.
Israelites.

1.
犹大人.
People from Judah

2.
便雅悯人.
People from Benjamin

3.
以法莲人、玛拿西人.
People from Ephraim and Manasseh

II.
祭司.
Priests

III.
利未人.
Levites

IV.
尼提宁人.
Nethinim

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
思想“希伯来”、“以色列”、“犹太”三个词的来历。对今天的基督徒有何教训?~
Think
about the origin of the three words “Hebrew”, “Israel”, and
“Jew”. What lesson could today’s Christians learn?

2.
为何尼提宁人会被记载其中,却不见了流便和其他一些支派?~
Why
are the Nethinims are recorded here, but not the people from Reuben
and some other tribes?

3.
默想并背诵启2:10
你务要至死忠心,我就赐给你那生命的冠冕。
~
Meditate on and Memorize Rev. 2:10 “
Be
faithful, even to the point of death, and I will give you the crown
of life..

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February 14, 2010 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

再思以色列人的回归

Rethinking the Return of
Israelites

讲员
Preacher:

馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng





羅城華人勝利浸信會




VBCMR


2/14/
2010

經文
Scripture:

代上1
Chron. 9
1-3;
210b

前言Introduction:
今天是春节,我们这里每个人都是在异乡度过。与我们不同的是,两千五百年前的以色列人是被掳到异乡巴比伦。当波斯王允许他们回归故土应许之地时,真正回来的人只是少数。“馀民”是圣经中非常重要的一个概念。今天我们就看一下哪些人首先归回。
Today
is Chinese New Year, we are all here in a foreign country. Different
from us, the Israelites 2500 years ago were captured to a foreign
country, Babylon. When the Persian king allowed them to return to
their promised land, those who did return were a minority. “Remnants”
is an important biblical concept. Today, let us see who returned
first.

I.
以色列人.
Israelites.

1.
犹大人.
People from Judah

2.
便雅悯人.
People from Benjamin

3.
以法莲人、玛拿西人.
People from Ephraim and Manasseh

II.
祭司.
Priests

III.
利未人.
Levites

IV.
尼提宁人.
Nethinim

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
思想“希伯来”、“以色列”、“犹太”三个词的来历。对今天的基督徒有何教训?~
Think
about the origin of the three words “Hebrew”, “Israel”, and
“Jew”. What lesson could today’s Christians learn?

2.
为何尼提宁人会被记载其中,却不见了流便和其他一些支派?~
Why
are the Nethinims are recorded here, but not the people from Reuben
and some other tribes?

3.
默想并背诵启2:10
你务要至死忠心,我就赐给你那生命的冠冕。
~
Meditate on and Memorize Rev. 2:10 “
Be
faithful, even to the point of death, and I will give you the crown
of life..

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