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          文章標題:仆人的態度 THE SERVANT'S ATTITUDE  文章來源:天天天言  發布時間:2014/12/3  訪問次數:4213  文章簡介:Bible Reading: Isaiah 53:7-12
           

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          仆人的態度 THE SERVANT'S ATTITUDE

          文章來源:天天天言   發布時間:2014/12/3     訪問次數:4213   
            


          簡介:Bible Reading: Isaiah 53:7-12


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              仆人的態度
              讀經: 
              以賽亞書五十三章7至12節

              7他被欺壓,在受苦的時候卻不開口(或譯:他受欺壓,卻自卑不開口);他像羊羔被牽到宰殺之地,又像羊在剪毛的人手下無聲,他也是這樣不開口。

              8因受欺壓和審判,他被奪去,至于他同世的人,誰想他受鞭打、從活人之地被剪除,是因我百姓的罪過呢?

              9他雖然未行強暴,口中也沒有詭詐,人還使他與惡人同埋;誰知死的時候與財主同葬。

              10耶和華卻定意(或譯:喜悅)將他壓傷,使他受痛苦。耶和華以他為贖罪祭(或譯:他獻本身為贖罪祭)。他必看見后裔,并且延長年日。耶和華所喜悅的事必在他手中亨通。

              11他必看見自己勞苦的功效,便心滿意足。有許多人因認識我的義仆得稱為義;并且他要擔當他們的罪孽。

              12所以,我要使他與位大的同分,與強盛的均分擄物。因為他將命傾倒,以致于死;他也被列在罪犯之中。他卻擔當多人的罪,又為罪犯代求。

              要我們默然忍受痛苦,絕不是易事。但基督為何要「受苦的時候卻不開口」呢(7節)?因為他知道他的受苦和受死,都是出于神的心意,因此他便默然承擔。
              他要逃避痛苦其實并不困難,他什至可以在黑夜之中從客西馬利園溜走。那些前來捉拿他的人,以致他的門徒,對于他的默然就?都顯然感到很難理解。

              然而,基督是神的羔羊。正如羔羊不會反抗主人,基督也是在沒有呼救和抱怨的情況下面對死亡。他是心甘樂意地被人帶走。

              這章經文提供了許多有關他受死的細節。第8 節告訴我們,他所接受的審訊是何等不公。第9節指出,判他死刑的人,原本打算將他與其他一同釘十架的囚犯同葬,但最終,卻有一位有錢人將他埋葬在他本人的墓穴中。事實亦一如預言所說的那樣發生。

              第10和11節顯然是要表明他要從死里復活。留意第11節說,他必看見自己勞苦的功效;唯有他從死里復活,他才可以看見。

              第12節指出,神必為他的工作而賞賜他。如果他沒有復活,神又怎能賞賜他呢?

              這一章描述耶穌基督受死和復活的經文,是在事情發生前的600年,先知在圣靈的默示下寫成的。神的能力實在令人敬畏。

              試用你的名字來代替經文中的「我們」,默想基督是何等愛你,甘愿為你受苦和受死。

              THE SERVANT'S ATTITUDE

              Bible Reading: 
              Isaiah 53:7-12

              7 He was oppressed and He was afflicted,
              Yet He opened not His mouth;
              He was led as a lamb to the slaughter,
              And as a sheep before its shearers is silent,
              So He opened not His mouth.

              8 He was taken from prison and from judgment,
              And who will declare His generation?
              For He was cut off from the land of the living;
              For the transgressions of My people He was stricken.

              9 And they made His grave with the wicked?
              But with the rich at His death,
              Because He had done no violence,
              Nor was any deceit in His mouth.

              10 Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise Him;
              He has put Him to grief.
              When You make His soul an offering for sin,
              He shall see His seed, He shall prolong His days,
              And the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in His hand.

              11 He shall see the labor of His soul, and be satisfied.
              By His knowledge My righteous Servant shall justify many,
              For He shall bear their iniquities.

              12 Therefore I will divide Him a portion with the great,
              And He shall divide the spoil with the strong,
              Because He poured out His soul unto death,
              And He was numbered with the transgressors,
              And He bore the sin of many,
              And made intercession for the transgressors.

              Silence under suffering is not easy for humans. Why was Christ silent? (v. 7). Because he knew his suffering and death were all in the will of God and he accepted it as such.
              He could easily have avoided being arrested. He could have slipped away in the darkness in the Garden of Gethsemane. Those who came to arrest him and even his disciples seemed to find it difficult to understand his quiet surrender.

              His judges could not understand him either. Pilate could not believe that Jesus had nothing to say for himself. Herod was very disappointed in his silence.

              But Christ was the Lamb of God. Just as a Iamb does not fight back so he quietly faced death without any cry or complaint. He said he was laying down his life. It was not being taken from him against his will.

              There are many other details of his death given here in this chapter. Verse 8 tells us how wrong his trial would be. Verse 9 says his executioners would plan to bury him in a common grave with others who would be crucified at the same time. But this would not happen. Instead of being flung into a pit with others, a rich person would come and bury him in his own prepared grave. That is exactly what happened.

              It is obvious from verses 10 and 11 that he would be alive after his death-in other words resurrection! Notice verse 11 says he would actually see the results of his own work. He could only do that if he were alive again.

              In verse 12 God says he will give him great rewards for his work. How could this be true if he were not alive again after his death?

              The whole chapter is a marvellous picture of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ written under the inspiration of the Spirit of God 600 years before it all happened. How wonderful is the power of God.

              Put your own name into some of these verses and see for yourself the wonder of Christ's suffering and death for you.

           

           

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