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1. 停下來. 靜一靜
2. 等候主. 深呼吸經歷主之平安. 呼出你的憂慮
"親愛的聖靈, 求你光照我心靈的深處, 使我看見我的罪, 我和主耶穌的阻隔,
2. 透過聖靈的工作, 安靜一刻, 省察自己, 之後祈禱:
This is an unusual passage because it shows an example never happened before to the Israelites concerning with women's procession of land. According to the Israelites, women can not have land, only men can. But, the father of these five women did not have a son. So, the request of the five women is revolutionary and was unacceptable to the Israelites.
讓我們聽聽 John Goldingay 教授的教導:
With Moses, they at least succeed in establishing that this is a possibility worth consulting God about. Maybe one aspect of what then happens is that Moses has a chance to get used to the idea and to imagine living with its revolutionary implications…
Not only does it apply to the famous five; it explicitly establishes a precedent that Israel will henceforth follow. Because these women acted assertively, other women will also profit.
The story also establishes a broader principle. In church yesterday we read that frightening passage from James 3 about people who don't have because they don't ask. It's always worth asking God. Maybe God will say no, but maybe God will say yes.
1. Do you have the courage to ask God for what you need? Do you have similar experience that God say YES to you? What have your learned from that?
2. How can you make this saying "It's always worth asking God" a reality in your life?