1月14日竭誠為主
 
 1月14日竭誠為主  .
 
1/14/2018


114 被神選召

我可以差遣誰呢?誰肯爲我們去呢?我說,我在這堙A請差遣我。(賽六8

神幷沒有直接呼召以賽亞,是以賽亞聽到神在說:誰肯爲我們去呢?神的呼召不是單爲特殊幾個人而發,而是對每一個人的。聽不聽見神的呼召,要視乎我耳朵的狀G;而到底聽見什麽,則視乎我的性情了。被召的人多,選上的人少。意思是:很少人有被選上的條件。被選上的人,是藉著耶穌基督與神建立關係,以致性情改變了,耳朵開通了,就聽見那微小的聲音不住地在問:誰肯爲我們去呢!?神不是特別指著一個人說:聽著,你去吧!神幷沒有L逼以賽亞;以賽亞只在神跟前,剛好聽見他的呼召,覺得沒有別的話可以回答,就甘心情願地說:我在這堙A請差遣我。

別以爲神會催逼你,懇求你!(把這意念除去吧。)當日主呼召門徒,也沒有從外面施予無法抗拒的壓力。他只是平靜而熱切地要求跟從我,是對那些理智清醒能以自主的人發出的。我們若讓聖靈帶我們與神面對面,也會聽見類似以賽亞所聽見的——神微小的聲音;也會自然而然地回答說:我在這堙A請差遣我。

祈禱噢,主啊,我的靈在你面前敬拜,因著你賜給我的浩大恩典,我的眼睛能{看見、我的耳朵能{聽聞、我的心靈能{明白,在一切境G的背後,皆有你的脚踪。


January 14 Called Of GOD

“Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.” Isaiah 6:8

God did not address the call to Isaiah; Isaiah overheard God saying, “Who will go for us?” The call of God is not for the special few, it is for everyone. Whether or not I hear God's call depends upon the state of my ears; and what I hear depends upon my disposition. “Many are called but few are chosen,” that is, few prove themselves the chosen ones. The chosen ones are those who have come into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ whereby their disposition has been altered and their ears unstopped, and they hear the still small voice questioning all the time, “Who will go for us?” It is not a question of God singling out a man and saying, “Now, you go.” God did not lay a strong compulsion on Isaiah; Isaiah was in the presence of God and he overheard the call, and realized that there was nothing else for him but to say, in conscious freedom, “Here am I, send me.” Get out of your mind the idea of expecting God to come with compulsions and pleadings. When our Lord called His disciples there was no irresistible compulsion from outside. The quiet passionate insistence of His “Follow Me” was spoken to men with every power wide awake. If we let the Spirit of God bring us face to face with God, we too shall hear something akin to what Isaiah heard, the still small voice of God; and in perfect freedom will say, “Here am I; send me.”


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