Scripture Reading: Heb. 1:1-2a; Acts 1:8; 4:20, 29, 31; Rom. 10:14, 17; 1 Cor. 12:13; 14:26, 31; 2 Cor. 4:10-13; Eph. 5:18-19

I. Our God is a speaking God—Heb. 1:1-2a:

A. The whole universe came into being by God's speaking—Rom. 4:17; Heb. 11:3; Psa. 33:9.

B. The essence of the Epistle to the Hebrews is God's speaking in the Son—1:1-2a:

1. God speaks in the Son, the Son speaks as the Spirit to the churches, and ultimately the Spirit speaks with the church—Rev. 2:7a; 22:17.

2. It is altogether by this speaking story that God is brought into man and man is brought into God—John 1:14; 6:63.

3. God's speaking to us proves that we are under His blessing—cf. 1 Sam. 3:1, 10, 21.

4. The life of the believers hinges totally upon the Lord's speaking—Heb. 1:3; Matt. 17:5; Rev. 2:7a; S. S. 8:13; Heb. 5:13-14.

5. The living God imparts and infuses Himself into us by speaking—2 Tim. 3:16-17; Ezek. 37:4-6:

a. When God speaks, the light shines, bringing us understanding, vision, knowledge, wisdom, and utterance—Psa. 119:105, 130.

b. When God speaks, life is imparted, and this life includes all the divine attributes and human virtues of Christ—John 6:63; 1:1, 4.

c. When God speaks, power is transmitted, and this is the growing and reproducing power of life—Mark 4:14, 26.

C. Since God is a speaking God, when He created man in His image, He created man with the ability to speak just like Himself—Gen. 1:26-28:

1. In God's creation of man, the most marvelous thing that He created was a spirit within man, and the second marvelous thing was that man was given the ability to speak—2:7, 19-20, 23.

2. God shows us clearly in the Bible that His purpose in creating man was that man would speak for Him—John 12:50; 14:10; Acts 4:20, 31.

3. God wants us to express Him and represent Him mainly by our speaking for Him—Gen. 1:26.

4. As God's representatives, we must speak God's words—John 3:34; Acts 2:40; 5:20.

II. "Having the same spirit of faith according to that which is written, 'I believed, therefore I spoke,' we also believe, therefore we also speak"—2 Cor. 4:13:

A. Speaking by the spirit of faith in our practical life is a great, crucial point.

B. Spirit of faith is a very particular expression used only once in the Bible—v. 13.

C. The spirit of faith is a mingling of the Holy Spirit with our regenerated human spirit—1 Cor. 6:17:

1. The phrase spirit of faith places spirit in apposition to faith—2 Cor. 4:13.

2. Faith is of the spirit; therefore, the spirit of faith is faith—v. 13.

3. Our faith is the mingled spirit—1 Cor. 6:17; 2 Cor. 4:13.

D. We must exercise such a spirit to believe and to speak, like the psalmist, the things we have experienced from the Lord, especially His death and resurrection—Psa. 22:1-22.

E. Faith is in our spirit, which is mingled with the Holy Spirit, not in our mind; doubts are in our mind—1 Cor. 6:17; Rom. 8:6; Eph. 4:23.

F. Our believing faith becomes the speaking faith; when we turn to the spirit, we believe—2 Cor. 4:13b.

G. Second Corinthians 4:10-13 indicates that it is by the mingled spirit that the apostles lived a crucified life in resurrection for the carrying out of their ministry:

1. From the context of verse 13, we know that Paul was talking about his experience concerning the Lord's death and resurrection:

a. The apostle Paul testified concerning the putting to death of Jesus that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body—v. 10.

b. In verse 11 he went on to say that we who are alive are always being delivered unto death for Jesus' sake so that the resurrection life of Jesus may be manifested in our mortal flesh.

c. Paul also said that death operated in us in order that His resurrection life may be dispensed into others—v. 12.

2. Paul spoke all these things in the spirit of faith—v. 13.

H. Faith comes from hearing, and hearing comes from the preaching of the word—Rom. 10:14:

1. The source of faith is the word; this is why we must get into the Word—v. 17.

2. The more we get into the Word, the more we will have faith, and this faith is the spirit—2 Cor. 4:13.

3. By the spirit of faith we may speak the Word that is the source of our faith.

4. Here is a cycle: the Word produces faith, faith is the spirit, and by this spirit we can speak the Word—Rom. 10:14, 17; 2 Cor. 4:13.

III. Christians are a speaking people; a genuine Christian is a speaking Christian—Acts 1:8; 1 Cor. 12:3, 13; 14:19, 26; Eph. 5:18-19:

A. The speaking God created the universe and continues to do all things through His speaking; therefore, everyo

第五周 凭着信心的灵说话

壹 我们的神是一位说话的神——来一1~2上:

一 整个宇宙是凭神说话而有的——罗四17,来十一3,诗三三9。

二 希伯来书的素质,乃是神在子里说话——一1~2上:

  1. 神在子里说话,子作为那灵向众召会说话;至终,那灵同着召会说话——启二7上,二二17。
  2. 乃是完全借着这说话的故事,神被带到人里面,人也被带到神里面——约一14,六63。
  3. 神向我们说话,证明我们是在祂的祝福之下——参撒上三1、10、21。
  4. 活神借着说话,将祂自己分赐并注入到我们里面——提后三16~17,结三七4~6:
    1. 神一说话,光就照亮,带给我们领悟、异象、知识、智慧和口才——诗一一九105、130。
    2. 神一说话,生命就分赐出来,而这生命包含基督一切神圣的属性和人性的美德——约六63,一1、4。
    3. 神一说话,能力就传输出来,而这是生命生长并繁殖的能力——可四14、26。

三 神是说话的神,祂按着自己的形像造人,把人造得和祂一样会说话——创一26~28:

  1. 在神创造人的事上,最奇妙的就是给人里面造一个灵;第二件奇妙的事就是人会说话——二7、19~20、23。
  2. 神在圣经中清楚地给我们看见,祂创造人的目的乃是要人为祂说话——约十二50,十四10,徒四20、31。
  3. 神要我们彰显祂并代表祂,主要乃是借着为祂说话——创一26。
  4. 作为神的代表,我们必须说神的话——约三34,徒二40,五20。

贰 “照经上所记:‘我信,所以我说话;’我们既有这同样信心的灵,也就信,所以也就说话”——林后四13:

一 在我们实际的生活中,凭着信心的灵说话,乃是一个重大的要点。

二 在全本圣经里,“信心的灵”这特殊的发表只用过一次——林后四13。

三 信心的灵乃是圣灵与我们人重生之灵的调和——林前六17:

  1. “信心的灵”这辞将灵和信心摆在同位——林后四13。
  2. 信心是出于灵的;因此信心的灵就是信心——13节。
  3. 我们的信心乃是调和的灵——林前六17,林后四13。

四 我们必须像作诗的人,运用这样的灵,信并且说我们所经历于主的事,特别是祂的死和复活——诗二二1~22。

五 信心不是在我们的心思里,乃是在我们那与圣灵调和的灵里;怀疑是在我们的心思里——林前六17,罗八6,弗四23。

六 我们相信的信成了说话的信;我们一转向灵,就信——林后四13下。

七 林后四章十至十三节指明,使徒是借着调和的灵,在复活里过钉十字架的生活,以完成他们的职事:引用经节

  1. 从十三节的上下文来看,保罗是在说他对主的死与复活的经历:引用经节
    1. 使徒保罗见证耶稣的治死,使耶稣的生命也得以显明在我们的身体上——10节。
    2. 在十一节他继续说到,我们这活着的人,是常为耶稣被交于死,使耶稣复活的生命,得以在我们这必死的肉身上显明出来。引用经节
    3. 保罗又说到,死在我们身上发动,好叫祂复活的生命得以分赐到别人里面去——12节。
  2. 保罗说这些话,都是在信心的灵里说的——13节。

八 信心是从听见来的,听见是从话的传扬来的——罗十14:

  1. 信心的根源是话;这就是为什么我们必须进入主话的原因——17节。
  2. 我们越进入主的话,就越有信心,这信心就是灵——林后四13。
  3. 借着信心的灵,我们能够说主的话,这话就是我们信心的根源。
  4. 这里有一个循环:主的话产生信心,信心就是灵,我们借着这灵就能说主的话——罗十14、17,林后四13。

叁 基督徒是一班说话的人;真正的基督徒是说话的基督徒——徒一8,林前十二3、13,十四19、26,弗五18~19:

一 说话的神乃是借着祂的说话创造宇宙,并且继续作一切的事;因此,每一个得救、从神所生并有祂生命的人,应当学习为祂说话,并且说祂的话——徒五20,林后四13。

二 我们基督徒都能为主说话——徒四20、29、31。

三 我们必须领悟,我们这些基督徒已经被作成活的基督的见证人;见证人乃是说话的人——一8、22,二32,三15,五32:

  1. 见证人乃是说话的人,单单讲说与他所见证的那一位有关的事——一8。
  2. 无论得时不得时,我们都要说神的话,好完成神永远的经纶——提后四2。
  3. 我们是祂的见证人,必须随时随地说祂,为祂说话,并说出祂来。

四 在召会聚会中,所有的圣徒都该是说话的人——林前十四19、26、31:

  1. 我们是一班说话的人,不该闭口无言,因为我们所敬拜的神乃是说话的神——26节。
  2. 基督徒的聚会应该在说话上满了彼此互相——弗五19。

五 我们这些基督身体的肢体,需要在灵里被充满——18节:

  1. 那充满我们的,就要从我们里面满溢出来;这满溢就是“用诗章、颂辞、灵歌,彼此对说,从心中向主歌唱、颂咏”——19节。
  2. 我们若是在灵里被充满,成为神一切的丰满,就会自然而然地彼此对说基督;因此,说话乃是满溢的路。

六 林前十二章十三节启示,基督已经把我们在那灵里浸到身体里,现在我们都得以喝这一位灵:引用经节

  1. 我们在那灵里面,那灵也在我们里面——罗八4、6、10~11、14、16。
  2. 这使我们完全够资格,并且能在聚会中尽功用,为主说话,甚至把主说出来——林前十二13,十四26、31。


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Week 5   Day 1

Heb. 1:1-2 God, having spoken of old in many portions and in many ways to the fathers in the prophets, has at the last of these days spoken to us in the Son…
Psa. 119:105 Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.
John 6:63 It is the Spirit who gives life;…the words which I have spoken to you are Spirit and are life.
It is a punishment not to have God’s speaking. In the days of 1 Samuel 3, the Word of God was rare. That was a punishment to the family and house of Eli the priest. When you are under God’s blessing, God will be speaking every minute. God’s speaking to you proves that you are under His blessing… Is God speaking to you? That means that He is real, living, and moving.

The living God imparts Himself into us by speaking… God wants to transfuse Himself into us. This is mainly accomplished by speaking. The more He speaks to you, the more His divine element will be imparted or transfused into your being… Once you hear His speaking, you can never be the same. (Life-study of Hebrews, pp. 21-22)


Today's Reading
When God speaks, the light shines. The first element with God’s Word is light… There is no need for you to expound it or interpret it. The light shines, for the Word bears light. The divine Word is the best illuminator, the best light-bearer… We can all prove this by our experience. Whenever we hear His Word, we are under His shining, and this shining brings us light. With this light there is the understanding, vision, and the proper wisdom, knowledge, and utterance… When you have light, you have the seeing power, the view, and the vision. When you have light, you have knowledge, understanding, and wisdom. This gives you utterance, and you cannot be dumb.

 

 The Word also brings us life. The Lord Jesus said that the words He speaks are spirit and life (John 6:63). “In the beginning was the Word… In Him was life” (John 1:1,4). In the Word is life. When you touch the Word, you are enlivened. Today so many are living because they are filled with the Word. I am so happy to see that in this age, an age full of evils, the young people have sold themselves to the Holy Word. To so many of you the thing most precious in your heart is the Word. This is a good sign that the Lord is moving among you. His speaking is with us, and His Word is in us. Today everyone in the church life is bubbling because of the Word of life. We have the living Word.

 

The life that is in the Word includes a great deal. It includes holiness, love, humility, kindness, and patience. Life includes all the divine attributes and all the human virtues… Do not try to be humble, for humility is like a bird. If you try to catch it, it flies away. Do not try to love your wife or to submit to your husband. You cannot do it. Simply take the Word. The Word brings life, and this life will issue in love and submission. Humility, love, and submission are all found in this life. We cannot acquire these virtues by our effort or work. They are all in the divine life. How can we have life? Simply take the Word and life comes. When life comes, every good thing comes with it. In this life is the humility and beauty of a human being. Since God created man in His image, there certainly is beauty in humanity. But this beauty of humanity can only be found in the divine life, and the divine life is in the divine Word. When the Word comes, life comes, and beauty comes with the life. Look at the church people; everyone is handsome and beautiful. If the same people were not in the church life, they would have the appearance of scorpions, turtles, or monkeys. I have truly fallen in love with the church people. Even the older ones are so lovely. This beauty, this loveliness, comes from life, and life comes from the Word. When God speaks, life is there. This life is so rich. (Life-study of Hebrews, pp. 22-25)


Week  5   Day 2

Gen. 1:26 And God said, Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of heaven and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth.
Acts 4:31 …They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak the word of God with boldness.

When the Word comes, it also brings power. The Word brings light, life, and power. When we preach the living Word, the power is there. This power is not the instant power; it is the constant power. It is not the mushrooming power; it is the growing power… What we are doing in our labor is like sowing a little carnation seed… Gradually a green sprout appears. Eventually, it blossoms, produces seed, and a second reproduction occurs. This is the power of life.

 

We like to see the Word being sown and grown in the church field. Year after year it will grow and reproduce… Nothing will last so prevailingly as what is in the churches. It will be prevailing, and it will endure forever because the power here is nothing other than life. This life comes from the Word. The Word brings in life, and life remains and reproduces… I… have the complete assurance that the Lord’s recovery in this country [will] still go on because it is not a movement of man’s doing. It is a move of the divine life growing. The seed has been sown here, the Word has come, and life is here… Where the Word is, there is power in life. (Life-study of Hebrews, pp. 25-26)

 

Today's Reading
Since God is a speaking God, when He created man in His image, He created man with the ability to speak just like Himself. Not only do we have [God’s] image in love, light, holiness, and righteousness, but we also represent Him and have His image in our ability to speak. According to Genesis 1:26, God created us not only that we might have His image but even more that we might rule for Him.

 

He created us that we might represent Him. The most important requirement of a representative is that he must be able to speak. If today someone sends a representative to us, yet this representative, being dumb, is not able to talk, then in the end no agreement can be reached since there is no possibility of having any discussion… Today we can represent God because we can speak… We can speak because we are like God.

 

God created man with two outstanding features: one is that He created a spirit within man, and the other is that He created a speaking organ for man. We need to know what kinds of words God wanted man to speak when He created man with the ability to speak. Did He want man merely to speak the words of man? God created man to represent Him. A representative should speak the words of the one he represents. As God’s representatives, we represent God; therefore, we must speak God’s words. We have to speak for God and speak forth God; this God is the word.

 

After being regenerated in our spirit, we the saved ones are the children of God. As such, when we open our mouth, it ought to be God speaking; we speak whatever God speaks. Since we all have been begotten of God, within us we ought to have the “God” tone; whatever we speak, we speak about God. In America there are people of different colors… Among these races, the Asian people are difficult to distinguish outwardly… How then does one tell the difference? It is by listening to their speech. Once they begin to talk, we know then that this one is Chinese and that one is Korean… We speak the words of the one of whom we were born. Since we were born of God, naturally we speak God’s words. Since God’s word is God Himself, when we speak God’s word, we speak God. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 5, “Speaking for God,” pp. 203-207)

Week 5    Day 3

2 Cor. 4:10 Always bearing about in the body the putting to death of Jesus that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our body.
13 And having the same spirit of faith according to that which is written, “I believed, therefore I spoke,” we also believe, therefore we also speak.
Christians today have paid much attention to the speaking in the Holy Spirit in 1 Corinthians. But to my knowledge, no one has ever paid much attention to the speaking by the spirit of faith.

In 2 Corinthians 4:7 Paul speaks of the treasure in earthen vessels, the very Christ as the radiance of God who was radiated into his being. Following this, he says that the putting to death of Jesus was working on the apostles and that the life of Christ was manifested in them (vv. 10-11). At this point he mentions the same spirit of faith [v. 13]. In the ancient time the psalmist had the spirit of faith (Psa. 116:10). Now the apostles also had the spirit of faith. They believed, therefore they also spoke… They spoke their experience. It was not just a certain doctrine, a certain point concerning the Triune God, but the experience of the death, life, and resurrection of Christ. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “The Divine Speaking,” p. 301)

 

Today's Reading
Even though Paul was not speaking with his tongue, he was speaking by his pen. When he was writing, he had the spirit of faith. He wrote with boldness, with the spirit of faith… This makes quite a difference. Regrettably, in many of the meetings the dear ones who share speak in [a] poor way. When they speak, there is no spirit. When they speak, there is no faith.

 

About one hundred years ago Henry Alford wrote concerning the spirit of faith: “Not distinctly the Holy Spirit,—but still not merely a human disposition: the indwelling Holy Spirit penetrates and characterizes the whole renewed man.” What is referred to here as the human disposition is actually the human spirit… The Holy Spirit mingles Himself with our human spirit. The spirit here is not only the Holy Spirit but the Holy Spirit with our human spirit (Rom. 8:16).

 

Marvin Vincent in his word study of the New Testament follows Henry Alford, saying the same thing: “Spirit of faith: not distinctly the Holy Spirit, nor, on the other hand, a human faculty or disposition, but blending both.” He uses the word blending. There is a blending between the Holy Spirit and our human spirit. This is what we call the mingled spirit. We have the mingled spirit of faith.

 

Faith is a wonder, a miracle, within us. Every genuine Christian has such a wonder, a miracle, within him… We have illustrated this by the action of a camera. The camera has a lens outside and film within. Opposite the camera there is scenery. Also, light is needed. When you click the shutter, the light shines onto the film. There is an exposure, and a picture is produced. This exposure describes the operation of faith. We are just like a camera. The gospel described in the New Testament is the scenery, the Holy Spirit is the heavenly light, and our spirit is the film. When you hear the speaking of the gospel once, twice, even four or five times, there is a click within you. Whatever is described in the speaking would then be in your spirit. No one could ever remove it from you. That is faith.

 

Now by this faith you could go everywhere to tell people that Jesus is the Savior. One may ask, “How do you know?” You just know. They do not believe it, but you believe… Once this click occurs in you, it remains forever. Now wherever we go, we would tell people that Jesus is the Savior: “He is living, and He lives in me!” In this way you speak by the spirit of faith… Why am I so bold? I have the spirit of faith. I speak, not by my mind but by the spirit of faith. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “The Divine Speaking,” pp. 301-302)

Week 5  Day 4


Rom. 10:14 How… shall they call upon Him into whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe into Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without one who proclaims Him?
17 So faith comes out of hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ.


Speaking by the spirit of faith in our practical life is a great, crucial point. This very particular expression is used only once in the entire Bible. The spirit of faith is a mingling of the Holy Spirit with our spirit. The phrase spirit of faith places the spirit in apposition to faith. Faith is of the spirit. Therefore, the spirit of faith is faith. Our faith is just the mingled spirit. Furthermore, faith comes from hearing, and hearing comes from the preaching of the word (Rom. 10:14). The very source of faith is the word (v. 17)… The more we get into the Word, the more we will have faith, and this faith is the spirit. Now by such a spirit we may speak the Word that is the source of our faith… The Word produces faith, faith is the spirit, and by this spirit we speak the Word. Our speaking will become the source of faith in others. The faith in them then becomes the spirit by which they speak. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “Elders’ Training, Book 6: The Crucial Points of the Truth in Paul’s Epistles,” pp. 486-487)


Today's Reading
According to the context, the apostle’s speaking by the spirit of faith [in 2 Corinthians 4:13] was related to the death and resurrection of Christ. Verses 11 and 12 say, “We who are alive are always being delivered unto death for Jesus’ sake that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh. So then death operates in us, but life in you.” Paul spoke his experience of the death and resurrection of Christ. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “Elders’ Training, Book 6: The Crucial Points of the Truth in Paul’s Epistles,” p. 487)

 

Faith is in our spirit, which is mingled with the Holy Spirit… Doubts are in our mind… This is why when you preach the gospel, you should not stir up the person’s mind. If you stir up his mind, he would not believe. You should rather induce him to get into the spirit. Then you can complete the transaction… I must… give a living testimony, testifying boldly, “…Oh, the Lord Jesus is living! I want to tell you that He is living. He lives in me. And He was so living yesterday.” Then I would continue to tell you much more by the spirit of faith.

 

This is what the church needs for edification, for the building up… Prophesying, that is, speaking Jesus, speaking Christ, builds up the church. So Paul says, “I would rather speak five words with my mind… than ten thousand words in a tongue” (1 Cor. 14:19)… The plain words spoken by anyone by the spirit of faith and in the Holy Spirit build the church. Therefore, we all have to practice everywhere to speak. We speak on the street; we speak in the classroom; we speak in the office; we speak at home; we speak to everybody, to all kinds of persons; and, we especially speak in the meetings, even the more in the home meetings. Learn to speak this way. This kind of speaking enlivens, this kind of speaking refreshes, this kind of speaking makes people new, this kind of speaking makes people strong and happy, and this kind of speaking imparts life to others and dispenses the Triune God into the listeners. This kind of speaking will overcome any kind of opposing environment. We must speak—speak in the Holy Spirit and speak by the spirit of faith. If everyone would become a speaker, a speaking witness, the situation would be overturned. This kind of speaking is a strong testimony of the Lord’s recovery. We must not simply have a congregation with a speaker, hymns, a prayer, a speech, and so forth; we must be different. We must be revolutionized to have new meetings with everyone speaking. There should be no chairman, no one presiding. Everyone speaks everywhere, anytime, to anyone. We speak in the Holy Spirit and by the spirit of faith. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “The Divine Speaking,” pp. 302-304)

Week  5   Day 5

Acts 1:8 But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you, and you shall be My witnesses both in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria and unto the uttermost part of the earth.
2 Tim. 4:2 Proclaim the word; be ready in season and out of season; convict, rebuke, exhort with all long-suffering and teaching.

All Christians have been made the witnesses of Christ. As witnesses, we must be persons…speaking for Christ, telling something of Christ to others… We must be speakers, those speaking clearly, adequately, and definitely for the One we witness. I hope that we all would go out to speak. For example, we can speak something to our relatives. We can tell them something concerning Christ’s death, something concerning Christ’s resurrection, and something concerning the Body of Christ and the local church… We must come back to the Bible and mine the store of the divine riches. Then we will have so much to speak. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “The Divine Speaking,” p. 295) 

 

Today's Reading
In 2 Timothy 4:2 Paul charges Timothy to “proclaim the word; be ready in season and out of season.” When I was studying this verse, I checked with myself as to what word Paul charged Timothy to proclaim… Second Timothy 4:1 is surely a continuation of Paul’s thought at the end of chapter 3. In the last three verses of chapter 3 Paul says, “From a babe you have known the sacred writings, which are able to make you wise unto salvation through the faith which is in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is God-breathed and profitable for teaching, for conviction, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, fully equipped for every good work” (vv. 15-17). From these verses we can realize that the word Paul charged Timothy to proclaim was the word in the sacred writings of the Scriptures that Timothy had known from a babe. We all have to get into the Word, into the Scriptures. The charge of the apostle Paul to Timothy was based upon Timothy’s knowledge of the Bible… We must proclaim the word that we have learned from the Word of God. This is what the early believers did in Acts 5:42 when they met from house to house “teaching and announcing the gospel of Jesus as the Christ.” In the home meetings they taught and announced what they had learned concerning Christ.

 

Paul charged Timothy to be ready “in season and out of season” to proclaim the word. Many times we say… that it is out of season. That is the right time for us to speak… The young ones who are still in school have the most people around them. Every school is a big fishing pond full of fish. This is an environment arranged by God for speaking to others. Students always enjoy listening to their classmates much more than to their teachers or parents… We have to be made the fishers of men, bringing people to Christ and to the home meetings. For this, I do not trust in any human arrangement but in the young saints’ acting, behaving, working, endeavoring, and struggling to contact their fellow students. If we would do this, within a short time many would be baptized and added to the churches.

 

We need to practice speaking… in the Holy Spirit… When you stand up in the meeting to speak, stand up in this way: “Brothers and sisters, let me tell you, I am no longer weak! I am empowered in the One who empowers me, so I can do everything. Formerly, I could not submit myself to my husband. Now it’s easy for me to do it. I am the top wife. Hallelujah, brothers.” This is the best speaking. In every locality some saints have learned to be [in a positive sense] “professional” priests praying whenever the church comes together for the prayer meeting… In the same way, some saints have become “professional” at giving a testimony at the end of the message meetings… We all have to learn to be the “professional” speakers speaking in the Holy Spirit. (CWWL, 1985, vol. 3, “The Divine Speaking,” pp. 289-291)

Week  5  Day 6


1 Cor. 12:13 …In one Spirit we were all baptized into one Body…and were all given to drink one Spirit.
Eph. 5:18-19 And do not be drunk with wine, in which is dissoluteness, but be filled in spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and psalming with your heart to the Lord.


First Corinthians 12:13 reveals that Christ has baptized us in the Spirit into the Body, and now we all are drinking the one Spirit. On the one hand, Christ has put us into the Spirit. On the other hand, we are drinking this Spirit. Therefore, we are in the Spirit, and the Spirit is in us. The result is that we are soaked and saturated with this Spirit. This makes us fully qualified and able to function in the meetings by speaking for the Lord and even by speaking Him forth. (CWWL, 1983, vol. 2, “The Divine Dispensing of the Divine Trinity,” p. 449)

 

Today's Reading
In Ephesians 5:18 Paul charges us to “be filled in spirit.” As members of the Body of Christ, we need to be filled in our spirit unto all the fullness of God. If we are filled in spirit, that with which we are filled will overflow from within us. We overflow by speaking to one another [v. 19]. If we are filled in spirit unto all the fullness of God, we shall spontaneously speak to one another concerning Christ.

 

Christians must be a speaking people. We should not be dumb, or silent, for the God we worship is the speaking God. Idols, on the contrary, do not speak; they are dumb. In 1 Corinthians 12:2 Paul mentions “dumb idols.” Because idols cannot speak, those who worship idols are also dumb. A dumb god needs dumb worshippers… But our God is not dumb; He is the speaking God. Therefore, those who worship Him must also speak. However, many who attend the so-called services in Christianity do not speak. Instead, they worship the Lord in a dumb way. What is our situation in the meetings of the church? Are we silent, or are we bubbling over with words about the Christ we have experienced in our daily life? In the meetings we should praise the Lord and speak of what He is to us in our experience.

 

Since our God is a speaking God, we as His worshippers must also speak. At times, we should even make a joyful noise to the Lord, as we are charged to do in Psalm 100:1.

 

As we speak to one another of our experiences of Christ, we should not wait for some kind of formal beginning of the meetings. To do this is to remain under the influence of traditional Christianity. If we have been set free from tradition, we shall speak spontaneously as we come together in the meetings of the church. Some may even begin to speak on the way to the meeting. The meetings need to be filled with speaking concerning the riches of Christ.

 

Ephesians 5:19 also refers to “singing and psalming” to the Lord. Such singing and psalming are not only the overflow of being filled in spirit, but also the way to be filled in spirit. Whenever we are filled in our spirit unto all the fullness of God, the first thing we shall do is speak. Then we shall sing and psalm with our heart to the Lord. The way to be spiritual is to speak for the Lord and concerning the Lord. The more we speak, the more we shall be filled in our spirit . However, if we remain silent, we shall find that we cannot be filled in spirit.

 

The more we speak for the Lord, the more our inward being is filled with Him. Often the reason we are offended by others is that our soul is empty. We are not occupied in a proper way. But when we are filled through speaking of the Lord, our being will be properly occupied, and there will be no room for anything negative to come in to usurp us. (Life-study of Ephesians, pp. 703-705, 707-708)


读经:来一1~2上,徒一8,四20、29、31,罗十14、17,林前十二13,十四26、31,林后四10~13,弗五18~19


来1:1 神既在古时,借着众申言者,多分多方向列祖说话,
来1:2上 就在这末后的日子,在子里向我们说话;……
徒1:8 但圣灵降临在你们身上,你们就必得着能力,并要在耶路撒冷、犹太全地、撒玛利亚,直到地极,作我的见证人。
徒4:20 因为我们所看见所听见的,不能不说。
徒4:29 主啊,他们恐吓我们,现在求你鉴察,并叫你的奴仆大放胆量,讲说你的话,
徒4:31 祈求完了,聚会的地方震动,他们就都被圣灵充溢,放胆讲说神的话。
罗10:14 然而人所未曾信入的,怎能呼求?所未曾听见的,怎能信入?没有传道的,怎能听见?
罗10:17 可见信是由于听,听是借着基督的话。
林前12:13 因为我们不拘是犹太人或希利尼人,是为奴的或自主的,都已经在一位灵里受浸,成了一个身体,且都得以喝一位灵。
林前14:26 弟兄们,这却怎么样?每逢你们聚在一起的时候,各人或有诗歌,或有教训,或有启示,或有方言,或有翻出来的话,凡事都当为建造。
林前14:31 因为你们都能一个一个地申言,为要使众人有学习,使众人得勉励。
林后4:10 身体上常带着耶稣的治死,使耶稣的生命也显明在我们的身体上。
林后4:11 因为我们这活着的人,是常为耶稣被交于死,使耶稣的生命,也在我们这必死的肉身上显明出来。
林后4:12 这样,死是在我们身上发动,生命却在你们身上发动。
林后4:13 并且照经上所记:“我信,所以我说话;”我们既有这同样信心的灵,也就信,所以也就说话,
弗5:18 不要醉酒,醉酒使人放荡,乃要在灵里被充满,
弗5:19 用诗章、颂辞、灵歌,彼此对说,从心中向主歌唱、颂咏,

晨兴圣言

第五周 周一


来一1~2  神既在古时,借着众申言者,多分多方向列祖说话,就在这末后的日子,在子里向我们说话……。
诗一一九105 你的话是我脚前的灯,是我路上的光。
约六63    赐人生命的乃是灵,……我对你们所说的话,就是灵,就是生命。



没有神的说话,乃是神的惩罚。在撒上三章的时候,神的话稀少,那是对祭司以利和他全家的惩罚。你若是在神的祝福之下,祂每一分钟都会向你说话。神向你说话就证明你在祂的祝福之下。……神对你说话么?神说话就表明祂是真的、活的且是有行动的。 活神借着说话,将祂自己分赐到我们里面。……神要将祂自己灌输到我们里面,这主要是借着说话来完成的。祂越对你说话,祂神圣的成分就越分赐或灌输到你里面。……你一旦听到祂说的话,就绝不会和从前一样了(希伯来书生命读经,二六至二七页)。

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神一说话,光就照亮。神的话第一个元素就是光。……你不需要去解释,也不需要说明。光自然会照明,因为神的话带着光。神的话是最好的照明,是最好的光体。……我们都有经历,可以证明这事。什么时候我们听见祂的话,我们就在祂的照亮之下,而这照亮带给我们光。这光又带着领悟、异象以及正确的智慧、知识和口才。……你有了光,你就有视力、景象和异象。你有了光,你就有知识、悟性和智慧。这使你有口才,叫你不作哑巴。

神的话也带给我们生命。主耶稣说,祂所说的话,就是灵,就是生命(约六63)。“太初有话,……生命在祂里面。”(一1、4)神的话里有生命。当你摸着话,你就被点活。……今天有许多人所以这么活,就是因为他们充满了神的话。我看到在这个充满邪恶的世代中,有青年人将自己投身给圣别的话,我非常喜乐。你们有许多人,心中最宝贝的就是神的话;这就是主在你们中间行动最好的证明。祂在我们中间说话,祂的话也在我们里面。今天每一个过召会生活的人,因为有生命的话,就洋溢出话来。我们有活的话。

神话语里的生命,包含非常丰富。其中包含了圣别、爱、谦卑、恩慈和忍耐等等。这生命包含一切神圣的属性和人性的美德。……你不必想要谦卑,因为谦卑好像一只飞鸟,你想捉它,它就飞了。你也不要试着爱妻子或服从丈夫;你是作不到的。只要接受神的话,话带来生命,这生命就产生出爱和服从。谦卑、爱和服从都在这生命里。我们不能凭自己的努力与修养得到这些美德,因为这一切都在神圣的生命里。……我们怎样得着生命?只要接受神的话,生命自然就有了。生命有了,一切的美善也就都有了。在这生命里有谦卑,也有人性的美丽。神既是按着祂的形像造人,人性当然就是美丽的。但这种人性的美丽只能在神圣的生命里找到,而神圣生命乃在神的话里。当神的话来了,生命就有了,美丽也随着生命一同有了。请看召会里的人,个个又俊秀又美丽。这些人若不在召会生活中,他们就像蝎子、乌龟或猴子一样。我真是爱上了召会里的人;甚至年长的也是可爱的。这个美丽,这个可爱是从生命来的,而生命是从话来的。每逢神说话,就带来生命,这生命是如此丰富(希伯来书生命读经,二七至三○页)。

参读:希伯来书生命读经,第二篇;使徒的教训,第一篇。

第五周 周二

创一26  神说,我们要按着我们的形像,照着我们的样式造人,使他们管理海里的鱼、空中的鸟、地上的牲畜、和全地、并地上所爬的一切爬物。
徒四31  ……他们就都被圣灵充溢,放胆讲说神的话。

神的话临到,也带来能力。话带来光,带来生命,也带来能力。

我们传讲活的话,自然就有能力。这能力不是一时的,乃是常时的。它不是草菇式的能力,乃是不断生长的能力。……我们劳苦所作的,如同种下一粒小小的康乃馨种子,……逐渐的,嫩芽冒出来了,最终开花,结出种子,产生第二代。这就是生命的能力。

我们愿意看见神的话像种子一样,种在召会这块田地里,并且生长。一年过一年,神的话不断地长大繁殖。……没有什么东西像在召会中的一样,存留得那么长久。召会所有的之所以能存留那么长久,并且要存到永远,因为这里的能力不是别的,乃是生命。这生命是从话来的。话带来生命,而生命又是永远长存和不断繁殖的。……我……确实知道,主的恢复仍然要一直往前,因为这不是人为的运动,乃是神圣生命生长的行动。种子已经撒在这里,神的话已经有了,生命也在这里了。……神的话在哪里,生命的能力就在哪里(希伯来书生命读经,三一至三二页)。

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神是说话的神,祂按着自己的形像造人,把人造得和祂一样会说话。……不仅在爱、光、圣、义上,我们有〔神〕的形像;在说话上,我们也代表神,有神的形像。根据创世记一章二十六节,神不仅造我们有祂的形像,祂更造我们为祂掌权。

神造了我们是要来代表祂。一个作代表的人,最主要的就是要会说话。若是有人差了一个代表到我们这里,这个代表却不会说话,是个哑巴,结果我们根本谈不出什么。……今天我们可以代表神,因为我们能说话;……我们能说话,因为我们像神。

神造人最特别的两点:一是给人造了一个灵;一是为人造了一个说话的器官。……我们必须知道,神造人会说话,是要人说什么话。难道仅仅是说人的话么?神造人是要人代表祂。作谁的代表,就该说谁的话;我们作神的代表,代表神,当然应当说神的话。我们要为神说话,并说出神来;这位神就是话。

我们得救的人,在灵里重生后,是神的儿女,开口应当就是神说话;神说什么话,我们也说什么话。……我们都是从神生的,我们里面都该有个“神”的腔调;无论说什么,都说到神。在美国有很多人种,……其中黄、棕色的人种,从外面很难分辨。……怎么分别?就在于听他们的讲话。人一讲话,就知道这位是中国人,那位是韩国人……。从谁生的,就说谁的话;我们是神生的,自然就说神的话。神的话就是神自己;我们说神的话,就是说神(李常受文集一九八五年第五册,二四二至二四四、二四六至二四七页)。

参读:为神说话,第三至四篇。

第五周 周三


林后四10 身体上常带着耶稣的治死,使耶稣的生命也显明在我们的身体上。
13  并且照经上所记:“我信,所以我说话”;我们既有这同样信心的灵,也就信,所以也就说话。


今天基督徒非常注意哥林多前书的在圣灵里说话,但据我所知,从来没有人好好注意,要凭着信心的灵说话。

保罗在林后四章七节说到瓦器里的宝贝,这位基督是神的照耀,已经照进保罗里面。接着他说,耶稣的治死作工在使徒身上,使基督的生命显明在他们里面(10~11)。这时他提起同样信心的灵〔13〕。古时候,作诗的人有信心的灵(诗一一六10);如今他们这些使徒也有信心的灵。他们信,所以也就说话。……他们说自己的经历。这不仅是一种道理,论到三一神的某个要点,乃是对基督之死、生命和复活的经历(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,三七九页)。

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即使保罗不用舌头说话,他也用笔说话。他写作的时候,有信心的灵;他用信心的灵放胆写作。……这便造成相当的不同。很可惜,在许多聚会中,那些亲爱的圣徒起来分享,都是……可怜的样子。他们说话的时候没有灵,他们说话的时候没有信心。

大约一百年前,阿福德(Dean Alford)这样论到信心的灵:“不明确是圣灵,也不仅是人的性质,乃是内住的圣灵渗透整个更新的人,并成为这整个新人的特征。”这里所说人的性质,其实就是人的灵。……圣灵将祂自己与我们人的灵调和。这里的灵不仅是圣灵,乃是圣灵同我们人的灵(罗八16)。

文生(Vincent)在他的《新约字研》里,也跟阿福德说同样的事:“信心的灵,不明确是圣灵,也不是人的机能或性质,乃是二者的搀调。”他用“搀调”一辞。圣灵和我们人的灵,二者有一种搀调。这就是我们所说调和的灵。我们有调和的信心之灵。

我们里面的信心,乃是神迹奇事。每一个真基督徒里面都有这样的神迹奇事。……我们可以用照相机的作用来说明这一点。照相机外有镜头,内有底片,对面有景色。此外,还需要光。你一按下快门,光就照在底片上。有一次感光,就产生一张照片。这种感光可以形容信心的运行。我们就像一架照相机。新约中所描述的福音就是景色,圣灵是属天的光,我们的灵就是底片。你听了福音的话,一次、两次,甚至四、五次;你里面一旦按下了快门,那话中所描述的就进到你的灵里,没有人能够从你里面把它挪去。这就是信心。

现在凭着这信心,你就能够到各处去告诉人说,耶稣是救主。人也许问:“你怎么晓得?”你就是晓得。他们不信,你却信。……你里面一旦按下了快门,所领受的就留到永远。现在无论我们往哪里去,都要告诉人耶稣是救主:“祂是活的,并且活在我里面!”这样你就是凭着信心的灵说话。……为什么我这么壮胆?因为我有信心的灵。我说话不是凭着心思,乃是凭着信心的灵(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,三七九至三八二页)。

参读:神圣的说话,第二至四章;神圣三一的神圣分赐,第三十一至三十二章。

第五周 周四


罗十14  ……人所未曾信入的,怎能呼求?所未曾听见的,怎能信入?没有传道的,怎能听见?
17  可见信是由于听,听是借着基督的话。


在我们实际的生活中,凭着信心的灵〔林后四13〕说话,乃是一个重大的要点。在全本圣经里,这种特殊的发表只用过一次。信心的灵乃是圣灵与我们的灵调和。“信心的灵”这辞将灵和信心摆在同位。信心是出于灵的。因此信心的灵就是信心。我们的信心乃是调和的灵。不仅如此,信心是从听见来的,听见是从话的传扬来的(罗十14)。信心的根源是话(17)。……我们越进入主的话,就越有信心,这信心就是灵。现在借着这样的灵,我们就能说主的话,这话就是我们信心的根源。……主的话产生信心,信心就是灵,而我们借着这灵说主的话。我们的说话会成为别人里面信心的根源。然后别人里面的信心,又成为他们借以说话的灵(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,六一七至六一八页)。

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照着〔林后四章十三节的〕上下文来看,使徒借着信心的灵说话,与基督的死而复活有关。十一至十二节说,“因为我们这活着的人,是常为耶稣被交于死,使耶稣的生命,也在我们这必死的肉身上显明出来。这样,死是在我们身上发动,生命却在你们身上发动。”保罗在这里是述说他对基督死而复活的经历(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,六一八页)。

信心……乃是在我们那与圣灵调和的灵里。怀疑才是在我们的心思里。……这就是何以你传福音的时候,不该激动人的心思。你若激动他们的心思,他们就不会相信。你应当诱导他们进入灵里,才能克尽全功。……我必须作活的见证,放胆见证说,“……哦,主耶稣是活的!我要告诉你们,祂是活的,祂活在我里面。祂昨天真是活。”接着我会凭着信心的灵说得更多。

这就是召会得造就、被建造所需要的。……申言,就是说耶稣,说基督,才能建造召会。所以保罗说,“我宁愿用我的心思说五句话,……强如用方言说万句话。”(林前十四19)……但无论谁,若是凭着信心的灵在圣灵里说明白的话,就能建造召会。因此,我们都必须在各处操练说话。我们在街上说话,在教室说话,在办公室说话,在家里说话,向每一个人说话,向各类的人说话,尤其要在聚会中说话,更要在家中聚会里说话。要学习这样说话。这样的说话点活人,这样的说话使人舒畅,这样的说话使人刚强喜乐,这样的说话把生命传输给人,并且把三一神分赐到听的人里面。这样的说话会胜过任何一种反对的环境。我们必须说话,在圣灵里说话,凭着信心的灵说话。如果人人都成为说话的人,成为说话的见证人,局面就会改观。这样的说话是主的恢复刚强的见证。我们不可仅仅有会众,有讲道的人,有诗歌,有祷告,有讲章等等;我们必须不一样。我们必须有彻底的翻转,有新的聚会,人人都说话。不该有主席,不该有人主持。人人都说话,处处时时向任何人说话。我们在圣灵里凭着信心的灵说话(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,三八二至三八三页)。

参读:建造小排聚会所需要的生活,第五篇。

第五周 周五

徒一8   但圣灵降临在你们身上,你们就必得着能力,并要在耶路撒冷、犹太全地、撒玛利亚,直到地极,作我的见证人。
提后四2  务要传道;无论得时不得时,都要预备好,用全般的恒忍和教训,叫人知罪自责,谴责人,劝勉人。

所有的基督徒都成了基督的见证人。我们这些见证人必须是说话的人,……为基督说话,把基督的事告诉别人。……我们必须是说话的人,为着我们所见证的那位,清楚、充分、明确地说话。我盼望我们都出去说话。例如,我们能够向亲戚说一些事。我们能够告诉他们基督的受死,基督的复活,基督的身体,以及地方召会。……我们必须回到圣经,去挖掘神圣丰富的宝藏,这样我们就会有许多可说的(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,三七一页)。

  • 信息选读

在提后四章二节,保罗嘱咐提摩太:“务要传道;无论得时不得时,都要预备好。”我研读这一节的时候问自己,保罗嘱咐提摩太传的是什么道?……四章一节的确是接着保罗在三章末了的思想。保罗在三章末了三节说,“并且知道你是从小明白圣经;这圣经能使你借着相信基督耶稣,有得救的智慧。圣经都是神的呼出,对于教训、督责、改正、在义上的教导,都是有益的,叫属神的人得以完备,为着各样的善工,装备齐全。”(15~17)我们从这段经文能晓得,保罗嘱咐提摩太传讲的话,就是提摩太从小明白的圣经。我们都必须进入主的话,进入圣经。使徒保罗对提摩太的嘱咐,乃是基于提摩太对圣经的认识。……我们传道,必须传讲从神的话所学习的。这就是早期信徒在行传五章四十二节所作的,他们挨家挨户聚会,“不住地施教,传耶稣是基督为福音。”他们在家中聚会里,教导并传讲所听见的基督。

保罗嘱咐提摩太:“务要传道;无论得时不得时,都要预备好。”许多时候我们说,……现在不得时;但那正是我们说话的时候。……还在求学的青年人,有顶多的人环绕他们。每一所学校都是一个“大鱼塘”,里面满了“鱼”。这是神所安排的环境,叫我们向别人说。作学生的总喜欢听同学,过于听老师或父母。……我们必须成为得人的渔夫,把人带到基督这里,并且带到家中聚会里。为此,我不信靠人的安排,我信靠青年圣徒的活动、行事、工作,尽力、竭力去接触同学。如果我们这么作,在很短的时间里,许多人就会受浸加给召会。

我们……必须在圣灵里实行这样的说话。……在聚会中站起来说话,要这样说,“弟兄姊妹,让我告诉你们,我不再软弱了!我在那加我能力者的里面得了加力,所以我凡事都能作。从前我自己无法顺服丈夫,现在我很容易顺服。弟兄们,我是顶好的妻子,阿利路亚!”这是最好的说话。在每一个地方,每逢召会来在一起有祷告聚会,有一些圣徒已经学会作“专门”祷告的祭司。……照样,有些圣徒在信息聚会末了,成了作见证的“专家”。……我们都必须学习作“专门”说话的人,在圣灵里说话(李常受文集一九八五年第三册,三六三至三六四、三六六至三六七页)。

参读:聚会来说神的话,第一、三篇。

第五周 周六


林前十二13 ……我们……都已经在一位灵里受浸,成了一个身体,且都得以喝一位灵。
弗五18~19  不要醉酒,醉酒使人放荡,乃要在灵里被充满,用诗章、颂辞、灵歌,彼此对说,从心中向主歌唱、颂咏。


〔林前十二章十三节〕启示,基督已经把我们在那灵里浸到身体里,现在我们都得以喝这一位灵。一面,基督已经把我们放到这一位灵里;另一面,我们都得以喝这一位灵。因此,我们在那灵里面,那灵也在我们里面。结果,我们就被那灵泡透并浸透。这使我们完全够资格,并且能在聚会中尽功用,为主说话,甚至把主说出来(李常受文集一九八三年第二册,六○二页)。

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保罗在以弗所五章十八节吩咐我们说,“要在灵里被充满。”我们这些基督身体的肢体,需要在我们的灵里被充满,成为神一切的丰满。我们若在灵里被充满,那充满我们的,就要从我们里面满溢出来。……我们乃是因彼此对说〔19〕而满溢。我们若是在灵里被充满,成为神一切的丰满,就会自然而然地彼此对说基督。

基督徒必须是一班说话的人。我们不该闭口无言,因为我们所敬拜的神乃是说话的神。相反的,偶像不会说话;它们是哑巴。保罗在林前十二章二节提到“不能出声的偶像”。偶像不会说话,所以那些拜偶像的也是哑巴;哑巴神需要哑巴的敬拜者。……但我们的神不是哑巴,祂乃是说话的神;所以那些敬拜祂的也必须说话。然而,许多参加所谓基督教崇拜的人不说话,反而以哑巴的方式敬拜主。我们在召会的聚会中光景如何?我们是安静地,还是洋溢地说出我们日常生活中所经历的基督?在聚会中我们应该赞美主,并且述说在我们经历里祂之于我们的一切。

我们的神既然是说话的神,我们这些敬拜祂的人也就必须说话。有时,我们甚至应当向主大声欢呼,如诗篇一百篇一节所吩咐的。

当我们彼此说到对基督的经历时,我们不该等候某种正式的开场,才开始聚会。这样作就是留在传统基督教的影响之下。如果我们从传统中得着释放,当我们在召会聚会中来在一起时,就会自然而然地说话。有的人甚至在赴会途中就开始讲说。聚会必须满了对基督丰富的讲说。

以弗所五章十九节也提到,向主“歌唱、颂咏”。这样的歌唱、颂咏不仅是在灵里被充满的满溢,也是在灵里被充满的路。每当我们在灵里被充满,成为神一切的丰满时,我们所作的头一件事就是说话。然后我们会从心中向主歌唱、颂咏。……属灵的路就是为主说话,并且说到主。我们越说,就越在灵里被充满。然而,我们若保持安静,就会发现我们无法在灵里被充满。

我们越多为主说话,我们里面的人就越被祂充满。我们被人绊倒,常常是因为我们的魂是空的,我们没有正确地被充满。但是当我们借着述说主而被充满时,我们这个人就要正确地被占有,没有空间让任何消极的事物进来霸占我们(以弗所书生命读经,八四七至八四九、八五二至八五三页)。

参读:家中聚会—召会扩增与建造独特的路,第四至五章。

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