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·圣经如此说19 凯波尔(Rienk Bouke Kuiper)
·圣经如此说 20
·圣经如此说 21 凯波尔(Rienk Bouke Kuiper)
·《荒漠甘泉》7月29日
·再思宗教改革和后宗教改革的几个神学问题 1
·再思宗教改革和后宗教改革的几个神学问题 2
·圣经与死海古卷 光明顶
·《荒漠甘泉》7月30日
·日用的饮食
·日用的饮食
·《荒漠甘泉》7月31日
·我已心满意足    麦 道 卫
·凯波尔(Rienk Bouke Kuiper)改革宗代表性之系統神學家
·常见信仰问题:上帝怎么能允许痛苦与苦难发生呢?
·日用的饮食
·《荒漠甘泉》8月1日
·常见信仰问题:上帝为什么要造魔鬼?
·常见信仰问题:为什么神要造善恶树,以致亚当夏娃犯罪?
·辨识整全使命 胡志伟
·《荒漠甘泉》8月2日
·日用的饮食
·常见信仰问题:罪是否也是神创造的?神既然是无所不知的,为什么他要让人犯
·九代奇恩 1
·九代奇恩 2:文/亦文
·《荒漠甘泉》8月3日
·日用的饮食:水必不馒过你
·日用的饮食;为真理作见证
·日用的饮食:无论求什么我必成就
·《荒漠甘泉》8月4日
·儒教的“天”、道教的“道”,是否就是基督教的上帝?
·《荒漠甘泉》8月5日
·日用的饮食:不可徒受恩典
·日用饮食: 神顾念我们
·《荒漠甘泉》8月6日
·《荒漠甘泉》8月8日
·日用的饮食:遇火也不被烧
·《荒漠甘泉》8月9日
·日用的饮食:自由
·日用的饮食:他必使你寻见
·日用的饮食:顾念贫穷的有福了
·《荒漠甘泉》8月10日
·沙仑的玫瑰花(-)
·《荒漠甘泉》8月11日《荒漠甘泉》8月12日
·沙仑的玫瑰花(2)
·凡等候他的都是有福的
·沙仑的玫瑰花(3)
· 脚前的灯路上的光
· 日用饮食:脚前的灯路上的光
·日用的饮食:靠神快乐
·沙仑的玫瑰花(4)
·《荒漠甘泉》8月13日
·日用的饮食:不再记念他们的罪恶
·日用的饮食:他的慈爱永远长存
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 1
·《荒漠甘泉》8月14日 《荒漠甘泉》8月15日
·日用的饮食:忍耐到底“只因不法的事增多”、、、、、、
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 2(非常好的信息)
·《荒漠甘泉》8月16日8月17日
·日用的饮食:不至灭亡反得永生
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 3
·日用的饮食:仁爱慈悲为冠冕
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 4
·从杨绛到雨果,寻索灵魂的家园
·《荒漠甘泉》8月18日 8月19日
·日用的饮食:什么好处都不缺
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 5
·《荒漠甘泉》8月20日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 6
·日用的饮食:水必不馒过你
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 7
·《荒漠甘泉》8月21日8月22日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 8
·荒漠甘泉 8月23日
·日用的饮食:满心相信
·《荒漠甘泉》8月24日25日26日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 11
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 12
·荒漠甘泉 8月27日
·《荒漠甘泉》8月28\29日\30日
·《荒漠甘泉》8月31日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基 13
·《荒漠甘泉》9月1日-《荒漠甘泉》9月8日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基
·《荒漠甘泉》9月12日 -13日
·日用饮食:行善不可丧志
·劳伦斯:爱的根基
· 《荒漠甘泉》9月14日
·劳伦斯:爱的根基15
·日用饮食:他必使你寻见
·劳伦斯:爱的根基16
·《荒漠甘泉》9月15日
·oc福音,用心灵行走、、、、、、
·分分合合说中秋 文/范学德
·《荒漠甘泉》9月16日
·圣经人物传:大卫 1 作者:迈克尔
·圣经人物传:大卫 2 作者:迈克尔
·圣经人物传:大卫 3 作者:迈克尔
·《荒漠甘泉》9月17日 - 18日
·劳伦斯:爱的事奉17
·中国文化到底怎么了? 文/小约翰
·我们将毁于我们所热爱的事物——读波兹曼《娱乐至死》
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中英文《荒漠甘泉》1月4日-6日

《荒漠甘泉》1月4日
   
   “耶稣对他说:回去罢!你的儿子活了。那人信耶稣所说的话,就回去了。”(约四章五十节)
   
     “你们祷告祈求…只要信…。”(可十一章二十四节)

   
     如果这里有一件事需要专一的祷告,就该祷告直到你能信神,直到你能发出无伪的赞美来感谢神的答应。如果神的答应一时还在中途,切勿重新求神答应你的祈求,因为这表示你没有信神。这种不信的祷告非但不能帮助你什么,反能减少或消灭你的信心。献上这种祷告的催促,定是出乎撒但或是自己。这也许不能算错:当神还放你在一个等候的地位,你再去向他申说,可是切记你必须带着信心。不要把你自己祷告得失了信心。你可以告诉他你仍然等着他、相信他,因此仍然赞美感谢他的答应。你如果确信答应必将来到,你能够先为着尚未来到的答应感谢赞美神。我告诉你:没有一件东西比这更能坚固你的信心。把我们祷告得失了信心的祷告,是否认神在经上给我们的应许,也否认神在我们心中给我们的一声“是。”这种祷告不过表示我们的心没有安息,没有安息就是不信祷告的答应。
   
     “但我们已相信的人,得以进入那安息。”(来四章三节)这种把我们自己祷告得失了信心的祷告,常是因为我们的思想集中在难处上过于在神的应许上。亚伯拉罕“不想到自己的身体…不疑惑神的应许。“(罗四章十九节至二十节,直译)让我们儆醒祷告,免得入了迷惑,以致把我们自己祷告得失了信心。-C.H.P.
   
     信心不是感觉、不是眼见、不是理由,乃是在神的话语上抓住神。——伊文思(Evans)
   
     焦急的开始就是信心的约束,信心的开始就是焦急的约束。——莫勒(Geo.Mueller)
   
     在舒适的环境中你绝不会学到信心的功课。神常在我们孤单的时候给我们应许;然后用他恩典的话语当作印盖在所给我们的约上,便暂时退后去看我们究竟相信多少;他又让那诱惑人的来试探我们,让我们的遭遇似乎与他所说的完全相反。这时候就是信心赢得冠冕的时候。这时候就该在黑云之下、风波之中,发出胜利的欢呼来:“我信神他怎样对我说,事情也要怎样成就。。”(徒二十七章二十五节)——选
   
      《荒漠甘泉》1月5日
   
   
     “耶和华啊,惟有你能帮助…。”(代下十四章十一节)
   
     让我们提醒神,叫他负完全的责任,“惟有你能帮助…。”攻击亚撒的有兵士百万、战车三百。亚撒和犹太人要抵挡古实王的大军似乎是不可能的一回事。没有联盟军队去援助他;所以,他惟一的盼望是神。或许你也有这般可怕的难处逼你放弃你平时所有的依据,而专一投靠全能的神。
   
     亚撒的信心看见耶和华站在那耀武扬威的谢拉和毫无力量的自己中间。他并没有错误。我们看见古实人果然败在耶和华和他军队面前,所以犹太人只要跟在后面收集掠物就是了。我们的神是万军之耶和华,他能随时召集援军来拯救他的子民。相信他站在你和你的难处中间,无论什么困难都会在他面前逃跑,如云在疾风面前被吹散一般。——梅尔(F.B.Meyer)
   
     亚伯拉罕信神,对眼见说:“退去!”对自然的定律说:“不要作声!”对疑惧的心说:“闭口,你这谎言的诱惑者!”他信神。——派克约瑟(Joseph Parker)
   
      《荒漠甘泉》1月6日
   
   
     “你从水中经过…水必不漫过你。”(赛四十三章二节)
   
     神并不为我们开路,如果我们尚未起步;神并不给我们帮助,如果我们还不需要帮助;神并不除去我们路上的拦阻,如果我们还没有碰到。可是一等到我们真有需要的时侯,神的手就伸出来了。
   
     许多神的儿女竟把这个原则忘了,终日忧虑前面未来的难处。他们盼望神先把前面几十里的路都铺平了;但是神只肯照着他们的需要一步一步的开路。你必须从水中经过,然后才可求神实现他的应许。有许多人怕死,叹息自己并没有得到神在临终时所给的祝福。当然,他们得不到,因为身体健康,正在作工的时侯,离死还远得很哩。他们没有这种需要。他们需要的是工作的恩典,生活的恩典;等到死期临到,才需要临终的恩典。—— 密勒(J.R.M.)
   
      Jesus saith unto him, "Go thy way; thy son liveth. And the man believed the word that Jesus had spoken unto him, and he went his way" (John 4:50).
   
   When ye pray, believe (Mark 11:24).
   
   When there is a matter that requires definite prayer, pray till you believe God, until with unfeigned lips you can thank Him for the answer. If the answer still tarries outwardly, do not pray for it in such a way that it is evident that you are not definitely believing for it. Such a prayer in place of being a help will be a hindrance; and when you are finished praying, you will find that your faith has weakened or has entirely gone. The urgency that you felt to offer this kind of prayer is clearly from self and Satan. It may not be wrong to mention the matter in question to the Lord again, if He is keeping you waiting, but be sure you do so in such a way that it implies faith.
   
   Do not pray yourself out of faith. You may tell Him that you are waiting and that you are still believing Him and therefore praise Him for the answer. There is nothing that so fully clinches faith as to be so sure of the answer that you can thank God for it. Prayers that pray us out of faith deny both God's promise in His Word and also His whisper "Yes," that He gave us in our hearts. Such prayers are but the expression of the unrest of one's heart, and unrest implies unbelief in reference to the answer to prayer. "For we which have believed do enter into rest" (Heb. 4:3).
   
   This prayer that prays ourselves out of faith frequently arises from centering our thoughts on the difficulty rather than on God's promise. Abraham "considered not his own body," "he staggered not at the promise of God" (Rom. 4:19, 20). May we watch and pray that we enter not into temptation of praying ourselves out of faith.
   --C. H. P.
   
   Faith is not a sense, nor sight, nor reason, but taking God at His Word.
   --Christmas Evans
   
   The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, and the beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.
   --George Mueller
   
   You will never learn faith in comfortable surroundings. God gives us the promises in a quiet hour; God seals our covenants with great and gracious words, then He steps back and waits to see how much we believe; then He lets the tempter come, and the test seems to contradict all that He has spoken. It is then that faith wins its crown. That is the time to look up through the storm, and among the trembling, frightened seamen cry, "I believe God that it shall be even as it was told me."
   
   Believe and trust; through stars and suns,
   Through life and death, through soul and sense,
   His wise, paternal purpose runs;
   The darkness of His Providence
   Is starlit with Divine intents.
   
   
   
   
    Lord, there is none beside thee to help. (2 Chronicles 14:11, RV).
   
   Remind God of His entire responsibility. "There is none beside thee to help." The odds against Asa were enormous. There was a million of men in arms against him, besides three hundred chariots. It seemed impossible to hold his own against that vast multitude. There were no allies who would come to his help; his only hope, therefore, was in God.
   
   It may be that your difficulties have been allowed to come to so alarming a pitch that you may be compelled to renounce all creature aid, to which in lesser trials you have had recourse, and cast yourself back on your Almighty Friend. Put God between yourself and the foe.
   
   To Asa's faith, Jehovah seemed to stand between the might of Zerah and himself, as one who had no strength. Nor was he mistaken. We are told that the Ethiopians were destroyed before the Lord and before His host, as though celestial combatants flung themselves against the foe in Israel's behalf, and put the large host to rout, so that Israel had only to follow up and gather the spoil. Our God is Jehovah of hosts, who can summon unexpected reinforcements at any moment to aid His people. Believe that He is there between you and your difficulty, and what baffles you will flee before Him, as clouds before the gale.
   --F. B. Meyer
   
   When nothing whereon to lean remains,
   When strongholds crumble to dust;
   When nothing is sure but that God still reigns,
   That is just the time to trust.
   'Tis better to walk by faith than sight,
   In this path of yours and mine;
   And the pitch-black night, when there's no outer light
   Is the time for faith to shine.
   
   Abraham believed God, and said to sight, "Stand back!" and to the laws of nature, "Hold your peace!" and to a misgiving heart, "Silence, thou lying tempter!" He believed God.
   --Joseph Parker
   
    When thou passest through the waters、、. they shall not overflow thee (Isaiah 43:2).
   
   God does not open paths for us in advance of our coming. He does not promise help before help is needed. He does not remove obstacles out of our way before we reach them. Yet when we are on the edge of our need, God's hand is stretched out.
   
   Many people forget this, and are forever worrying about difficulties which they foresee in the future. They expect that God is going to make the way plain and open before them, miles and miles ahead; whereas He has promised to do it only step by step as they may need. You must get to the waters and into their floods before you can claim the promise. Many people dread death, and lament that they have not "dying grace." Of course, they will not have dying grace when they are in good health, in the midst of life's duties, with death far in advance. Why should they have it then? Grace for duty is what they need then, living grace; then dying grace when they come to die.

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