202205031525晨興聖言-神在信仰裏的經綸(W3-綱要)

第三週   以神爲我們的信來禱告


詩歌:560

讀經:可十一20 ~ 24

【週一】

壹 我們要以神爲我們的信來禱告,就需要認識禱告的意義—太六9 ~ 10,二一22,約壹五14 ~ 15:

一 禱告乃是神與人的交流,神與人彼此的接觸。

二 禱告真實的意義,乃是我們在靈裏和神接觸,並吸取神自己—弗六18。

【週二】

三 一個禱告的人乃是與神合作,與神同工,讓神從他裏面,藉着他把神自己和神的心意發表出來。

四 真實的禱告叫我們這個人與神完全調和,也使神與我們調和—林前六17。

五 我們越禱告,就越被神充滿,越在神面前服下來,越被祂得着。

六 禱告就是看見自己一無所是,一無所能—可九28 ~ 29。

七 我們禱告的管治原則應當是:禱告總是把我們帶到神裏面;正確禱告的果效,就是我們發現自己在神裏面—路十一1 ~ 13。

八 禱告乃是信徒與神合作,與神同工,讓神藉着他們發表祂自己,而成就祂的定旨—羅八26 ~27,雅五17。

【週三】

貳 主耶穌在咒詛無花果樹(以色列國的象徵—耶二四2、5、8)而使其枯乾的事上,教導門徒要憑信心禱告—太二一18 ~ 22,可十一20 ~ 24:

一 主在這裏的教導是按照神所要成就的旨意,以完成祂的經綸—啓四11,弗一5、9,五17:

1 沒有多少人看見,主關於禱告的教訓是與神的經綸有關,而神的經綸是藉着祂忠信的子民遵行祂的旨意纔得以完成。

2 要有這樣的禱告,我們這個人必須是對的,遵行神的旨意—就是神要完成祂經綸的偉大旨意—啓四11。

3 我們應當是實行神旨意,以完成神經綸的人—就是要爲着祂的喜悅產生一個生機體—弗一5、9、22 ~ 23。

二 主耶穌在神眼中是對的,知道神的心,所以祂對無花果樹的咒詛,乃是照着祂對神要完成祂經綸之旨意的認識,祂知道神要放棄腐敗的以色列國—太二一19。

三 根據這個背景,主耶穌教導門徒憑着信心禱告,好按照神的經綸,執行祂的旨意—21 ~ 22 節。

四 我們的禱告該成就神的旨意,就是要得着基督的身體,終極完成新耶路撒冷—弗一9、22 ~23,啓二一2。

叁 我們需要以神爲我們的信來禱告—可十一20 ~ 24:

一 在馬可十一章二十至二十四節,主耶穌教導祂的門徒,憑信爲着執行神的旨意而禱告。

二 當禱告者與神調和,並與神成爲一時,神就成爲他的信;這就是信神(在神裏面有信心)的意思—22 節。

三 禱告者能在神裏面有信心,毫不疑惑,並且信他所求的已經得着了,就必得着。

【週四】

四 主耶穌在二十四節說,『凡你們禱告祈求的,無論是甚麼,只要信已經得着了,就必得着』:

1 二十四節中最重要的辭就是『已經得着』;信就是信我們已經得着所求的。

2 這節聖經的應許非常包羅,因爲這裏說到『凡…的』。

3 馬可十一章二十四節不僅說到信心的必需,也說到信心的性質;信心指向過去,而非指向將來的甚麼。

4 按照主的話,我們該相信我們已經得着了,不是我們將要得着—24 節。

5 盼望是將來的事,相信乃是看事情已經完成了。

6 信心不但相信神能、神肯,並且相信神已經作了。

五 我們若按着神的旨意禱告,以完成祂的經綸,我們就與神是一,並且也有確信,我們已經得着我們所求的—太六9 ~ 10:

1 如果我們求主,要得着一些滿足我們願望的東西,我們就絕不會在神裏面有信心,相信我們已經得着我們所求的;這是因爲我們的禱告不是按照神的旨意,以完成神的經綸。

2 我們若完全與神是一,我們就有神作我們的信心,並且能按着我們對神旨意的認識禱告,以完成祂的經綸,並且我們信已經得着我們所求的,就必得着—可十一24。

【週五】

肆 馬可十一章二十至二十四節的禱告是權柄的禱告—23 節:

一 最重要、最屬靈的禱告,乃是權柄的禱告—太十八18,可十一20 ~ 24。

二 權柄的禱告乃是用權柄來吩咐—賽四五11,可十一20 ~ 24:

1 權柄的禱告乃是吩咐的禱告—賽四五11。

2 我們若真要禱告在神面前有分量、有價值,就必須能在神面前發出權柄的命令來—可十一23。

【週六】

三 權柄的禱告就是馬可十一章二十至二十四節裏的禱告:

1 權柄的禱告,不是求神作甚麼,乃是用神的權柄,把神的權柄拿來對付難處,對付那該除去的事—23節,亞四7,太二一21。

2 權柄的禱告不是直接向神求,乃是直接用神的權柄來對付難處—出十四15 ~ 27。

四 權柄的禱告是與作得勝者極有關係的;每一個得勝者都必須學習對『這座山』說—可十一23:

1 神派定我們命令祂所已經命令的事,吩咐祂所已經吩咐的事—太十七20。

2 這種禱告不是對神說,乃是對『這座山』說。

3 得勝者最要緊的工作,就是把寶座上的權柄帶到地上來;我們若要作得勝者,就必須學會權柄的禱告,對山說話—啓十一15,十二10。

Week Three


Praying with God as Our Faith

Hymns: 777
Scripture Reading: Mark 11:20-24

§Day 1

I. In order to pray with God as our faith, we need to know the meaning of prayer—Matt. 6:9-10; 21:22; 1 John 5:14-15:

A. Prayer is the flowing between man and God and the mutual contact between man and God.

B. The real significance of prayer is to contact God in our spirit and to absorb God Himself—Eph. 6:18.

§Day 2

C. A praying person will cooperate with God, work together with God, and allow God to express Himself and His desire from within him and through him.

D. Real prayers cause our being to be wholly mingled with God and God to be mingled with us—1 Cor. 6:17.

E. The more we pray, the more we will be filled with God and the more we will surrender to God and be gained by Him.

F. To pray means to realize that we are nothing and that we can do nothing—Mark 9:28-29.

G. The governing principle of our prayer should be that prayer brings us into God; the issue of proper prayer is that we find ourselves in God— Luke 11:1-13.

H. Prayer is believers cooperating and co-working with God, allowing God to express Himself through them, and thus accomplish His purpose— Rom. 8:26-27; James 5:17.

§Day 3

II. In cursing the fig tree, a symbol of the nation of Israel (Jer. 24:2, 5, 8), so that it dried up, the Lord Jesus taught His disciples to pray by faith—Matt. 21:18-22; Mark 11:20-24:

A. His teaching here was according to God's will, which is to be accomplished for the fulfillment of His economy—Rev. 4:11; Eph. 1:5,
9; 5:17:

1. Not many see that the Lord's teaching on prayer is related to God's economy, which is to be accomplished by His faithful people doing His will.

2. To pray such a prayer, we must be right persons doing God's will— His great will for the accomplishment of His economy—Rev. 4:11.

3. We should be those who are carrying out God's will to accomplish His economy—to produce an organism for His good pleasure—Eph. 1:5, 9, 22-23.

B. The Lord Jesus, who is right in the eyes of God, knows God's heart, so His cursing the fig tree was according to His knowledge of God's will in the fulfillment of God's economy to give up the rotten Israel—Matt. 21:19.

C. Based upon this background, the Lord Jesus taught His disciples to pray for executing God's will according to His economy by faith—vv.
21-22.

D. Our prayer should carry out God's will to have the Body of Christ, which will consummate the New Jerusalem—Eph. 1:9, 22-23; Rev. 21:2.

III. We need to pray with God as our faith—Mark 11:20-24:

A. In Mark 11:20-24 the Lord Jesus taught His disciples to pray by faith for executing God's will.

B. When the praying one is mingled with God and is one with God, God becomes his faith; this is what it means to have faith in God—v. 22.

C. The praying one can have faith in God without doubting, but believing that he has received what he asked for, and he will receive it.

§Day 4

D. In verse 24 the Lord Jesus said, “All things that you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and you will have them”:

1. Received is the crucial word in Mark 11:24; faith is believing that we have received what we have asked for.

2. The promise in this verse is comprehensive because it speaks of “all things.”

3. Mark 11:24 speaks not only of the necessity of faith but also of the nature of faith; faith refers to the past, not to anything in the future.

4. According to the Lord's word, we should believe that we have received, not that we will receive—v. 24.

5. To hope means to expect something in the future; to believe means to consider something as having been done.

6. Faith is not only believing that God can or will do a certain thing but also believing that God has done that thing already.

E. If we pray according to God's will for the fulfillment of His economy, we are one with God and have the assurance that we have received what we have prayed for—Matt. 6:9-10:

1. If we ask the Lord for things that satisfy our desire, we can never have the faith in God to believe that we have received what we asked for; this is because our prayer is not according to God's will for the fulfillment of God's economy.

2. If we are absolutely one with God, we can have God as our faith and pray according to the knowledge of God's will for the fulfillment of His economy, and we will believe that we have already received the things that we asked for and will receive them—Mark 11:24.

§Day 5

IV. The prayer in Mark 11:20-24 is a prayer with authority—v. 23:

A. The most important prayer and the most spiritual prayer is the prayer of authority—Matt. 18:18; Mark 11:20-24.

B. The prayer of authority is a command based on authority—Isa. 45:11; Mark 11:20-24:

1. The prayer of authority is a commanding prayer—Isa. 45:11.

2. If we wish to have weighty and valuable prayers before God, we need to be able to give out some authoritative commands before God— Mark 11:23.

§Day 6

C. Praying with authority is praying the prayer of Mark 11:20-24:

1. A prayer with authority does not ask God to do something; rather, it exercises God's authority and applies this authority to deal with problems and things that ought to be removed—v. 23; Zech. 4:7; Matt. 21:21.

2. A prayer with authority is not asking God directly; rather, it is dealing with problems by directly applying God's authority—Exo. 14:15-27.

D. Prayer with authority has much to do with the overcomers; every overcomer must learn to speak to “this mountain”—Mark 11:23:

1. God has commissioned us to command what He has commanded and give orders to what He has given orders to—Matt. 17:20.

2. This kind of prayer is directed not toward God but toward “this mountain.”

3. The most important work of the overcomers is to bring the authority of the throne to earth; if we want to be an overcomer, we must learn to pray with authority and speak to the mountain—Rev. 11:15; 12:10.

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