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November 09, 2008 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

从水火到丰富之地

From
Fire and Water to a Place of Abundance

讲员
Preacher:
馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng



羅城華人勝利浸信會



VBCMR

11/9/2008

經文
Scripture:
诗篇Psalm
66

前言Introduction:
你是否有从水火中被神领到丰富之地的经历?若有,相信你一定记得那时的祷告。诗66传统上被称作“复活的诗篇”。诗中没有提到作者。但写作背景可能是亚述王西拿基立围困耶路撒冷的败退之后(王下1819;赛3637;代下321-23)。若是这样,作者很可能是犹大国历史上向主忠心的希西家王。Did
you have the experience of being led by God from fire and water to a
place of abundance? If you did, you would remember your prayer during
that time. Psalm 66 was called “Psalm of Resurrection” according
to church tradition. It did not mention the author. However, the
background is possibly after Assyrian King
Sennacherib’s
defeat and retreat from Jerusalem siege (2 King 18,19; Isa 36,37; 2
Chron. 32:1-23)
.
If this is true, then the author is probably Hezekiah, a king of
Judah who is faithful to the Lord.

I.
希西家与西拿基立的故事. Story
of Hezekiah and Sennacherib.

II.
普世性的颂赞.
A World-wide Praise.

III.
个人性的颂赞.
A Personal Praise.

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
再读希西家与西拿基立的故事。祷告中要真的把神作为独一的主来求告Read
again the story of Hezekiah and Sennacherib. In your prayer, really
acknowledge God is the only true Lord.

3.
默想并背诵诗61:5
我们经过水火,袮却使我们到丰富之地。
Meditate
on and Memorize Psalm 66:12b “We went through fire and water, but
you brought us to a place of abundance.”

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November 02, 2008 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

许愿和还愿

Vows and Fulfillment of Vows

讲员
Preacher:
馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng



羅城華人勝利浸信會



VBCMR

11/2/2008

經文
Scripture:
诗篇Psalm
61

前言Introduction:
许愿是一种特殊的祷告。一提到许愿,有人可能就想到拜偶像者在庙宇中许愿求福。或者还可能联想到主耶稣关于起誓的教导。圣经中多次提到许愿的祷告和还愿。诗61篇是大卫在被他的儿子押沙龙篡位,在旷野中逃避的过程中所作的许愿诗。那么基督徒的许愿与迷信者的许愿有什么不同呢?圣经关于许愿、起誓等概念有什么教导呢?Making
vows is a special kind of prayer. Some people might think of the vow
making of idol-worshippers to get blessing in the pagan temples. Some
people might even relate to the teaching on swear by the Lord Jesus.
Many places in the Bible are found about making vows and fulfillment
of vows. Psalm 61 is a psalm of vow written by David when his throne
was usurped by his son Absalom, and when he was fleeing in the
desert. What’s the difference between Christian’s vow and
idol-worshipper’s vow? What does the Bible teach on vow, swear, and
other concepts?

I.
许愿的对象. Receiver
of vow making.

II.
许愿的态度.
Attitude of vow making.

III.
许愿的种类.
Types of vow making.

III.
许愿的结果.
Result of vow making.

III.
许愿的限制.
Limits of vow making.

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
与其它概念不同,许愿在圣经中是只向神的。Unlike
other concepts, vows are only to God in the Bible.

3.
默想并背诵诗61:5
神啊!你原是听了我所许的愿;你将产业赐给敬畏你名的人。
Meditate
on and Memorize Psalm 61:5 “For you have heard my vows, O, God; you
have given me the heritage of those who fear your name.

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October 19, 2008 Sermon

羅城華人勝利浸信會主日证道

最难的祷告

The Most Difficult Prayer

讲员
Preacher:
馮偉牧師
Rev.
Wei Feng



羅城華人勝利浸信會



VBCMR

10/19/2008

經文
Scripture:
诗篇Psalm
51

前言Introduction:
祷告的内容包括:赞美、认罪、感恩、祈求等。这其中最难的,乃是认罪悔改的祷告。教会传统里,诗51篇是诗篇中七篇忏悔诗之一,大概也是最有名的一篇忏悔诗。大卫犯了奸淫、谋杀等罪之后,神差先知拿单去谴责他,他因此作了这首诗,在神面前认罪悔改。The
content of prayer includes: adoration, confession, thanksgiving,
supplication. Among those, the most difficult is confession, or
repentance. Psalm 51 is one of the seven penitential psalms according
to church tradition, and probably the single most well-known. After
King David committed adultery and murder, God sent Prophet Nathan to
rebuke him. David then wrote this psalm in confession and repentance
before God.

I.
痛悔罪恶.
51:1-6

Sincere
Repentance of Sin. 51:1-6

II.
渴望圣洁
51:7-12

Sincere
Longing for Holiness. 51:7-12

III.
真诚敬拜51:13-19

Sincere
Attitude in Worship. 51:13-19

結論与回應
Conclusion
and Response:

1.
如何才是真诚的认罪悔改What
is sincere confession and repentance?

2.
有什么隐藏的罪你需要在神的面前祈求赦免、真心悔改?Is
there any hidden sin that you need to ask forgiveness and repent
before the Lord?

3.
默想并背诵使51:17
神所要的祭,就是忧伤的灵;神啊,忧伤痛悔的心,你必不轻看
Meditate
on and Memorize Psalm 51:17 “The sacrifices of God are a broken
spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise.”

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