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·就算你們要為義受苦,也是有福的。“不要怕人的恐嚇,也不要畏懼。”
·如果神的旨意是要你們受苦,那麼為行善受苦,總比為行惡受苦好。當時進入方
·這水預表的洗禮,現在也拯救你們:不是除去肉體的污穢,而是藉著耶穌基督的
·他們必要向那位預備要審判活人死人的主交帳。
·萬物的結局近了,所以你們要謹慎警醒地禱告。8最重要的是要彼此切實相愛,
·你們要作神各樣恩賜的好管家,各人照著所領受的恩賜彼此服事。
·你們要是為基督的名受辱罵,就有福了!因為神榮耀的靈,住在你們身上。
·因為審判從神的家開始,就在這時候了。如果先從我們起頭,那不信從神福音的
·要審判眾人,又要定所有不敬虔的人的罪,因為他們妄行各樣不敬虔的事,並且
·【因一件大衣而死 ! 全无人性的皮草养殖场恶行大曝光!】
·【环保在身边,行动在今天。】
·要保守自己在神的愛中,仰望我們主耶穌基督的憐憫,直到永生。
·他能保守你們不至跌倒,使你們毫無瑕疵,欣然站在他榮光之前。阿們。
·2你們可以這樣認出神的靈:凡是承認耶穌基督是成了肉身來的,那靈就是出於
·這樣,我們就可以辨別真理的靈和謬妄的靈了。
·這樣,誰是神的兒女,誰是魔鬼的兒女,就很明顯了。凡不行義的,就不是出於
·我們應當彼此相愛,因為這是你們從起初聽見的信息。
·凡恨弟兄的,就是殺人的。你們知道,殺人的在他裡面沒有永生。16主為我們捨
·凡有世上財物的,看見弟兄窮乏,卻硬著心腸不理,他怎能說他心裡有神的愛呢
·親愛的,我們的心若不責備我們,在神面前我們就可以坦然無懼了。
·神的命令,就是要我們信他的兒子耶穌基督的名,並且照著他的吩咐彼此相愛。
· 3當夜,神的話臨到拿單,說:4“你去對我的僕人大衛說:‘耶和華這樣說:
·惡人的道路為甚麼亨通?所有行詭詐的為甚麼都得享安逸?
·耶和華這樣說:“至於所有邪惡的鄰國,他們侵犯我賜給我子民以色列的產業;
·他們如果有不聽從的,我就把那國拔出來,把她拔除消滅。”這是耶和華的宣告
·這世界和世上的私慾都要漸漸過去,但那遵行神旨意的卻存到永遠。
·但這些人,好像沒有理性的牲畜,生下來就是給人捉去宰殺的;他們毀謗自己所
·直到不敬虔的人受審判和遭滅亡的日子,用火焚燒。
·要禁戒肉體的私慾,這私慾是與靈魂爭戰的。
·你們是自由的人,但不要用自由來掩飾邪惡,總要像神的僕人。
·但你們若因行善而受苦,能忍耐,在神看來,這是有福的。
·看哪,工人為你們收割莊稼,你們竟然剋扣他們的工資;那工資必為他們呼冤;
·淫亂的人哪,你們不知道與世俗為友,就是與神為敵嗎?所以與世俗為友的,就
·然而你們卻侮辱窮人。其實,那些欺壓你們,拉你們上法庭的,不就是富足的人
·你們應該作行道的人,不要單作聽道的人,自己欺騙自己;23因為人若只作聽道
·唯有詳細察看那使人自由的全備的律法,並且時常遵守的人,他不是聽了就忘記
·我是說,你們應當順著聖靈行事,這樣就一定不會去滿足肉體的私慾了。
·你們要謹慎,如果相咬相吞,恐怕彼此都要毀滅了。
·我是順從啟示去的;在那裡我對他們說明我在外族人中所傳的福音,私下講了給
·所以我們可以放膽說:“主是我的幫助,我決不害怕,人能把我怎麼樣呢?”
·希伯來書13:5你們為人不要貪愛錢財,要以現在所有的為滿足;因為 神親自說
·如果我們領受了真理的知識以後,還是故意犯罪,就再沒有留下贖罪的祭品了;
·在這末後的日子,卻藉著他的兒子向我們說話。 神已經立他作萬有的承受者,
·神在古時候,曾經多次用種種方法,藉著先知向我們的祖先說話;2在這末後的
·你卻要凡事謹慎,忍受磨難、作傳福音者的工作,完成你的職務。
·你也要提防他,因為他極力抵擋我們的話。
·銅匠亞歷山大作了許多惡事陷害我,主必按著他所行的報應他。
·我第一次申辯的時候,沒有一個人支持我,反而離棄我。但願這罪不要歸在他們
·如果有人傳別的教義,不接受我們的主耶穌基督純正的話語,和那敬虔的道理,
·其實敬虔而又知足,就是得大利的途徑,7 因為我們沒有帶甚麼到世上來,也不
·也不可沉迷於無稽之談和無窮的家譜;這些事只能引起爭論,對於神在信仰上所
·有些人偏離了這些,就轉向無意義的辯論,7想要作律法教師,卻不明白自己講
·因為我們聽說,你們中間有人遊手好閒,甚麼工也不作,反倒專管閒事。
·我們靠著主耶穌基督,吩咐勸戒這樣的人,要安靜作工,自食其力。
·這不法的人來到,是照著撒但的行動,行各樣的異能奇蹟和荒誕的事,
·叫所有不信真理倒喜愛不義的人,都被定罪。
·不要讓人用任何方法迷惑了你們,因為主的日子來到以前,必定有背道的事,並
·弟兄們,我們求你們要敬重那些在你們中間勞苦的人,就是在主裡面治理你們、
·弟兄們,我們勸你們,要警戒遊手好閒的人,勉勵灰心喪志的人,扶助軟弱無力
·要常常喜樂,17 不住禱告,18 凡事謝恩;這就是 神在基督耶穌裡給你們的旨
·不要熄滅聖靈的感動。20 不要藐視先知的話語。
·凡事都要察驗,好的要持守,22各樣的惡事要遠離。
·願賜平安的神親自使你們完全成聖,又願你們整個人:靈、魂和身體都得蒙保守
·神的旨意是要你們聖潔,遠避淫行
·神呼召我們,不是要我們沾染污穢,而是要我們聖潔。
·我們若信耶穌死了,又復活了,照樣,也應該相信那些靠著耶穌已經睡了的人,
·又要立志過安靜的生活,辦自己的事,親手作工,正如我們從前吩咐過你們,12
·我們現在照著主的話告訴你們:我們這些活著存留到主再來的人,絕不能在那些
·因為主必親自從天降臨,那時,有發令的聲音,有天使長的呼聲,還有 神的號
·所以要治死你們在地上的肢體,就如淫亂、污穢、邪情、惡慾和貪心,貪心就是
·我怕我來的時候,見你們不如我所想的,你們見我也不如你們所想的。
·難道不知道你們是神的殿,神的靈住在你們裡面嗎?
·因為我是個嘴唇不潔的人,又住在嘴唇不潔的人民中間,又因為我親眼看見了大
·又對他們說:“經上記著:'殿要稱為禱告的殿。’你們竟把它弄成賊窩了。”
·他們來到耶路撒冷。耶穌進了聖殿,就把殿裡作買賣的人趕走,又推倒找換銀錢
·照樣,你們外面看來像義人,裡面卻充塞著虛偽和不法。
·我必用潔淨的水灑在你們身上,你們就潔淨了;我必潔淨你們的一切污穢,使你
·不要給別人用空言欺騙了你們,正因為這些事,神的震怒必定臨到那些悖逆的人
·除去身體和心靈上的一切污穢,存著敬畏神的心,達到成聖的地步。
·那時,耶和華的話臨到我,說:18你要對君王和太后說:“你們應從寶座下來,
·狡詐的心思,我要遠離;邪惡的事,我不參與。
·他愛咒詛,願咒詛臨到他;他不喜愛祝福,願福樂遠離他。他以咒詛當作衣服穿
·至於你,主耶和華啊!求你為你名的緣故恩待我;按著你美好的慈愛拯救我。因
·任憑他們咒詛,只願你賜福;願起來攻擊我的都蒙羞,你的僕人卻要歡喜。
·願敵對我的披戴羞辱;願他們以自己的恥辱為外袍披在身上。30我要用口極力稱
·其中的先知叛逆,像吼叫的獅子撕碎獵物;他們把人吞吃,搶奪財物和珍寶,使
·其中的官長好像撕碎獵物的豺狼,流人的血,滅人的命,為要得不義之財。
·這地的人民常常欺壓人,慣行搶掠,虧待困苦窮乏的人,毫無公理地去欺壓寄居
·所以我把我的忿怒倒在他們身上,用我烈怒之火消滅他們,把他們所行的報應在
·我在他們中間尋找一人重修牆垣,在我面前為這地站在破口之處,使我不毀滅這
·改變世界的九個觀念 zt 這是ㄧ個每個人都有夢想,而且夢想都可以成真的年代
·他們來到耶穌跟前,看見那被鬼附過的人,就是曾被名叫‘群’的鬼附過的人,
·我的子民因無知識而滅亡;因為你拒絕了知識,我必拒絕你,不讓你作我的祭司
·因為當時耶穌吩咐他:“你這污靈,從這人身上出來!”
·他們來到耶穌跟前,看見那被鬼附過的人,就是曾被名叫‘群’的鬼附過的人,
·我的子民因無知識而滅亡;因為你拒絕了知識,我必拒絕你,不讓你作我的祭司
·雖然這樣,人人都不必爭論,不要彼此指責。祭司啊!要與你辯論的是我。
·他們吃,卻吃不飽;行淫,人數卻不會增多;因為他們離棄了耶和華,不遵守他
·我的子民求問木頭,由木杖引導他們,因為淫蕩的心使他們走迷了路,他們就行
·因為你們男人自己離群與娼妓在一起,又與廟妓一同獻祭。這無知的人民必遭毀
·責備不肯悔改的城 “哥拉遜啊,你有禍了!伯賽大啊,你有禍了!因為在你們
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Pray For Christians In Malaysia ZT

   Pray For Christians In Malaysia
   Eventually, they left Malaysia. Due to economic and political injustices Malaysian Christians generally do not have a heart for their Malay neighbours. ...
   http://jmm.aaa.net.au/articles/10.htm
   
   

   Pray For Christians In Malaysia ZT
   
   Dear friends,
   
   This is serious. After half a dozen trips to Malaysia, and meeting
   
   pastors who were part of the 'crack-down' against any who were running a
   Malay-speaking church service etc. in 1988 I think it was (some of whom
   were tortured while in prison), I'm concerned that our Christian friends
   there are about to be threatened again. Pray for them.
   
   ~~~~~
   
    ***** PROPOSED MALAYSIAN LAW
   
    We received the following email from workers in
    Malaysia which is being circulated among the churches
    in Malaysia.
   
    Dear friends,
   
    There is an urgent need to pray for Christian Malays in
    Malaysia & all mission work that is going on among the
    Muslims. I am never in the habit of writing chain
    mails but I drafted this email in response to the
    article on "page 2 of 17 April 98 of The Straits
    Times". Please circulate to all your Christian friends
    out there... The New Straits Times article says ...
    GIVE UP YOUR FAITH AND GO TO JAIL
    ??????????????????????????? In brief, the article says
    that a new Bill is in its final stages of drafting to
    curb the "problem" of Muslims converting to another
    religion and the Proposed Bill is ... "MALAYSIA MUSLIMS
    WHO REJECT THEIR ISLAMIC FAITH MAY BE JAILED UP TO
    THREE (3) YEARS !" I am not circulating this to invoke
    any resentment against the government of Malaysia
    because I believe that my struggle is not against flesh
    and blood but against the powers of this dark world and
    against the spiritual forces of evil in the Heavenly
    realms (Ephesians 6:12). My purpose of drafting this
    chain mail is to start up a wave of prayer for the
    Muslims in particularly Malaysia. I wish to invoke, in
    all born-again Christians, this burden to pray and fast
    for the Christian Malays in Malaysia and all the
    mission work that is going on among the Muslims. This
    Bill, if passed by the Malaysia Cabinet will set back
    Christian Missionary Work among the Malaysia Muslims by
    a great extent and much persecution will arise among
    the Christian Malays in Malaysia. Churches that have
    Malay congregations will be refused of their license
    and even be forced to close down and go underground.
    As Paul urge Timothy, in the same manner I urge you, my
    fellow brothers and sisters in Christ to start putting
    on your full armour of God and start interceding for
    all the Saints of God (Malay Christians and
    Missionaries) and particularly the Cabinet Leaders in
    Malaysia. Paul wrote to Timothy, "I urge, then, first
    of all, that requests prayers, intercession and thanks
    giving be made for everyone - for kings and all those
    in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives
    in all godliness and holiness." (1 Tim 2:1-2) As how
    the apostles, in conclusion, exhorted the Hebrews, in
    the same way I beseech you, to "Remember those in
    prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those
    who are mistreated as if you yourselves were
    suffering." (Hebrews 13:3)
   
    PLEASE pray:
   
    a. for protection and wisdom for the Malay
    Christians;
    b. for more Malay conversions especially among the
    families of the lawmakers and rulers;
    c. that Polarization over religious issues will not
    split society;
    d. for the salvation of government officials;
    e. that this law would not pass; and
    f. that the local church would become a strong
    governing entity, and seriously take it upon them
    selves to organize effective outreach to the
    Malays.
   
   3. ***** MALAYSIA
   
    Malaysia is an Islamic stronghold in tropical SE Asia,
    and is about the size of the US state of New Mexico
    (329,750 sq km). Most parts of the country have
    traditionally been ruled by hereditary rulers called
    Sultans. The 21,000,000 people are composed of: Malay
    and other indigenous 58%, Chinese 26%, Indian 7%,
    others 9%. Although the country is multi-racial and
    multi-cultural, there is little mixing between the
    races. British colonizers found Chinese entrepreneurs
    in settled areas and encouraged the Buddhist Chinese to
    stay in business, and the Muslim Malay to enter
    government service. Indians were brought in to work
    the rubber plantations and staff the police forces and
    some professions. Today the three Asian people groups
    have their own private schools with distinct uniforms.
   
    The Malay people turned to Islam when sea faring Arab
    traders came with the teachings of their Prophet
    Muhammad in the 14th century. Today they are one of
    the world's most resistant and unreached people groups.
    Although Muslims comprise only about 51% of the
    population, Islam is the official religion. No country
    organizes the pilgrimage to Mecca like Malaysia does.
    The trip lasts a month and pilgrims receive a package
    deal that covers food and hotels as well as
    transportation.
   
    It is acceptable for non-Malays to be converted to
    Islam and many are openly encouraged to do so, through
    either marriage or economic incentive but it is against
    the Constitution to convert a Muslim to another
    religion. However the constitution is fuzzy enough to
    allow for Malays to CHOOSE to convert on their own
    accord, but this loophole may be closed with a new law
    currently being discussed in parliament. Missionaries
    to Muslims have often turned to the more receptive
    Chinese and Indians, with good success, after giving up
    on the Malay Muslims. The few hundred Malay in
    Malaysia who believe in Jesus have suffered social
    ostracism, loss of legal rights, loss of the economic
    privileges of being a Malay, jobs, and sometimes home
    and country. Many have moved to Singapore. In 1987, a
    few converts were arrested and kept in solitary
    confinement. Eventually, they left Malaysia. Due to
    economic and political injustices Malaysian Christians
    generally do not have a heart for their Malay
    neighbours. While the Church is strong and is now a
    missionary sending body, little outreach, and no
    coordinated outreach whatsoever, is done for the
    Malays. It is often left up to the individual minister
    to decide whether or not they will even attempt to
    reach the other half of the population. Those that set
    their hearts to it have had good success. Recent
    legal/political developments include the proposed law
    making it a punishable offence for a Malay to convert
    to another religion (read "Christianity"). This Bill
    is a reaction to the conversion of a Malay woman to
    Christianity earlier this year (1998) for the purpose
    of marriage, a common source of conversion to Islam in
    Malaysia.
   
    Sources:
   
    http://www.calebproject.org/nance/n712.htm
   

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