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·26對清潔的人,你顯出你的清潔;對狡詐的人,你顯出你的機巧。
·27謙卑的人,你要拯救;高傲的眼睛,你要貶低。
·8濃煙從他的鼻孔往上冒,烈火從他的口中噴出來,連炭也燒著了。
·28耶和華啊!你點亮了我的燈;我的神照明了我的黑暗。
·29藉著你,我攻破敵軍;靠著我的神,我跳過牆垣。
·31除了耶和華,誰是神呢?除了我們的 神,誰是磐石呢?
·31除了耶和華,誰是神呢?除了我們的神,誰是磐石呢?
·32他是那位以能力給我束腰的神,他使我的道路完全。
·33他使我的腳像母鹿的蹄,又使我站穩在高處。
·34他教導我的手怎樣作戰,又使我的手臂可以拉開銅弓。
·35你把你救恩的盾牌賜給我,你的右手扶持我,你的溫柔使我昌大。
·36你使我腳底下的路徑寬闊,我的兩膝沒有動搖。
·37我追趕仇敵,把他們追上;不消滅他們,我必不歸回。
·38我重創他們,使他們不能起來;他們都倒在我的腳下。
·39你以能力給我束腰,使我能夠作戰;你又使那些起來攻擊我的人都屈服在我的
·40你使我的仇敵在我面前轉背逃跑,使我可以殲滅恨我的人。
·41他們呼叫,卻沒有人拯救;就算向耶和華呼求,他也不答應他們。
·42我搗碎他們,像風前的塵土,我傾倒他們,像街上的爛泥。
·43你救我脫離了人民的爭競,你立我作列國的元首;我不認識的人民要服事我
·44他們一聽見,就服從我;外族人都向我假意歸順。
·45外族人大勢已去,戰戰兢兢地從他們的要塞走出來。Psal
·46耶和華是永活的,我的磐石是應當稱頌的,拯救我的 神是應當被尊為至高的
·47他是那位為我伸冤的神,他使萬民服在我的腳下。
·48他救我脫離我的仇敵。你還把我高舉起來,高過那些起來攻擊我的人,又救我
·49因此,耶和華啊!我要在列國中稱讚你,歌頌你的名。
·50耶和華賜極大的救恩給他所立的王,又向他的受膏者施慈愛,就是向大衛和他
·1諸天述說神的榮耀,穹蒼傳揚他的作為。
·2天天發出言語,夜夜傳出知識。
·3沒有話語,沒有言詞,人也聽不到它們的聲音。
·4它們的聲音傳遍全地,它們的言語傳到地極,神在它們中間為太陽安設帳幕。
·5太陽如同新郎出洞房,又像勇士歡歡喜喜地跑路。
·6它從天的這邊出來,繞行到天的那邊;沒有甚麼可以隱藏,得不到它的溫暖。
·7耶和華的律法是完全的,能使人心甦醒;耶和華的法度是堅定的,能使愚人有
·8耶和華的訓詞是正直的,能使人心快樂;耶和華的命令是清潔的,能使人的眼
·9耶和華的話語是潔淨的,能堅立到永遠;耶和華的典章是真實的,完全公義;
·10都比金子寶貴,比大量的精金更寶貴;比蜜甘甜,比蜂房滴下來的蜜更甘甜;
·11並且你的僕人也藉著這些得到警戒,謹守這些就得著大賞賜。
·12誰能知道自己的錯誤呢?求你赦免我隱而未現的過失。
·13求你攔阻你僕人,不犯任意妄為的罪,不許它們轄制我;我才可以完全,不犯
·14耶和華我的磐石、我的救贖主啊!願我口中的言語、心裡的意念,都在你面前
·1願耶和華在你遭難的日子應允你,願雅各的 神的名保護你。
·2願他從聖所幫助你,從錫安扶持你。
·3願他記念你的一切素祭,悅納你的燔祭。
·4願他照著你的心願賞賜你,實現你的一切計劃。
·5我們要因你的勝利歡呼,因我們神的名高舉旗幟;願耶和華實現你所求的一切
·6現在我確知,耶和華拯救自己的受膏者;他必從他的聖天上應允他,用自己右
·7有人靠車,有人靠馬。我們卻靠耶和華我們 神的名。
·7有人靠車,有人靠馬。我們卻靠耶和華我們神的名。
·8他們都屈身跌倒,我們卻起來,挺身而立。
·9耶和華啊!求你拯救君王!我們呼求的時候,願你應允我們。
·1耶和華啊!王因你的力量快樂,因你的救恩大大歡呼。
·2他心裡所願的,你賜給了他;他嘴唇所求的,你沒有拒絕。
·3你以美福迎接他,把精金的冠冕戴在他頭上。
·4他向你求壽,你就賜給他,就是長久的日子,直到永遠。
·5他因你的救恩大有榮耀,你又把尊榮和威嚴加給他。
·6你把永遠的福分賜給他,又使他因與你同在的喜樂歡欣。
·7王倚靠耶和華,靠著至高者的慈愛,他必不至動搖。Psalm 21
·8你的手要搜出你所有的仇敵,你的右手必搜出那些恨你的人。
·9你出現的時候,就要使他們像熾熱的火爐;耶和華必在他的震怒中吞滅他們,
·10你必從地上除滅他們的子孫,從人間除滅他們的後裔。
·11雖然他們定下惡計害你,他們所設的陰謀卻不能成功。
·12你的箭扣上弦,對準他們的臉的時候,他們必轉身而逃。
·13耶和華啊!願你因自己的能力被尊崇,好讓我們歌唱,頌讚你的大能。
·13耶和華啊!願你因自己的能力被尊崇,好讓我們歌唱,頌讚你的大能。
·1我的神!我的神!你為甚麼離棄我?為甚麼遠離不救我,不聽我呻吟的話呢?
·2我的神啊!我日間呼求,你不應允;在晚上我還是不停止。
·3但你是聖潔的,是用以色列的讚美為寶座的。
·4我們的列祖倚靠你,他們倚靠你,你就救他們。
·5他們向你哀求,就得拯救;他們倚靠你,就不失望。
·7看見我的,都嘲笑我;他們撇著嘴,搖著頭,說:
·8「他既然把自己交託耶和華,就讓耶和華搭救他吧!耶和華既然喜悅他,就讓
·9然而,是你使我從母腹中出來的;我在母親的懷裡,你就使我有倚靠的心。
·10我自出母胎,就被交託給你;我一出母腹,你就是我的神。
·11求你不要遠離我,因為災難臨近了,卻沒有人幫助我。
·12有許多公牛圍著我,巴珊強壯的公牛困住了我。
·13他們向我大大地張嘴,像抓撕吼叫的獅子。
·14我好像水被傾倒出去,我全身的骨頭都散脫了,我的心在我裡面像蠟融化。
·26受苦的人必吃得飽足,尋求耶和華的人必讚美他,願你們的心永遠活著!
·27地的四極,都要記念耶和華,並且歸向他。列國的萬族,都要在他(「他」有
·詩篇 22:28因為國度是屬於耶和華的,他是掌管萬國的。
·29地上所有富足的人,都必吃喝、敬拜;所有下到塵土中,不再存活的人,
·30 必有後裔服事他,必有人把主的事向後代述說。
·31他們要把他的公義傳給以後出生的民,說明這是他所作的。
·2因為他把地奠定在海上,使世界安定在眾水之上。
·3誰能登上耶和華的山?誰能站在他的聖所中呢?
·4就是手潔心清的人,他不傾向虛妄,起誓不懷詭詐
·4就是手潔心清的人,他不傾向虛妄,起誓不懷詭詐
·5他必領受從耶和華來的福分,也必蒙拯救他的神稱他為義。
·6這就是求問耶和華的那一類人,就是尋求你面的雅各
·7眾城門哪!抬起你們的頭來;古老的門戶啊!你們要被舉起,好讓榮耀的王進
·8那榮耀的王是誰呢?就是強而有力的耶和華,在戰場上大有能力的耶和華。
·9眾城門哪!抬起你們的頭來;古老的門戶啊!你們要被舉起,好讓榮耀的王進
·10 那榮耀的王是誰呢?萬軍之耶和華,他就是那榮耀的王。(細拉)
·1耶和華是我的牧人,我必不會缺乏。
·2他使我躺臥在青草地上,領我到安靜的水邊。
·2他使我躺臥在青草地上,領我到安靜的水邊。
·4我雖然行過死蔭的山谷,也不怕遭受傷害,因為你與我同在;你的杖你的竿都
·4我雖然行過死蔭的山谷,也不怕遭受傷害,因為你與我同在;你的杖你的竿都
·5在我敵人面前,你為我擺設筵席;你用油膏了我的頭,使我的杯滿溢。
·5在我敵人面前,你為我擺設筵席;你用油膏了我的頭,使我的杯滿溢。
·5在我敵人面前,你為我擺設筵席;你用油膏了我的頭,使我的杯滿溢。
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Pray For Christians In Malaysia ZT

   Pray For Christians In Malaysia
   Eventually, they left Malaysia. Due to economic and political injustices Malaysian Christians generally do not have a heart for their Malay neighbours. ...
   http://jmm.aaa.net.au/articles/10.htm
   
   

   Pray For Christians In Malaysia ZT
   
   Dear friends,
   
   This is serious. After half a dozen trips to Malaysia, and meeting
   
   pastors who were part of the 'crack-down' against any who were running a
   Malay-speaking church service etc. in 1988 I think it was (some of whom
   were tortured while in prison), I'm concerned that our Christian friends
   there are about to be threatened again. Pray for them.
   
   ~~~~~
   
    ***** PROPOSED MALAYSIAN LAW
   
    We received the following email from workers in
    Malaysia which is being circulated among the churches
    in Malaysia.
   
    Dear friends,
   
    There is an urgent need to pray for Christian Malays in
    Malaysia & all mission work that is going on among the
    Muslims. I am never in the habit of writing chain
    mails but I drafted this email in response to the
    article on "page 2 of 17 April 98 of The Straits
    Times". Please circulate to all your Christian friends
    out there... The New Straits Times article says ...
    GIVE UP YOUR FAITH AND GO TO JAIL
    ??????????????????????????? In brief, the article says
    that a new Bill is in its final stages of drafting to
    curb the "problem" of Muslims converting to another
    religion and the Proposed Bill is ... "MALAYSIA MUSLIMS
    WHO REJECT THEIR ISLAMIC FAITH MAY BE JAILED UP TO
    THREE (3) YEARS !" I am not circulating this to invoke
    any resentment against the government of Malaysia
    because I believe that my struggle is not against flesh
    and blood but against the powers of this dark world and
    against the spiritual forces of evil in the Heavenly
    realms (Ephesians 6:12). My purpose of drafting this
    chain mail is to start up a wave of prayer for the
    Muslims in particularly Malaysia. I wish to invoke, in
    all born-again Christians, this burden to pray and fast
    for the Christian Malays in Malaysia and all the
    mission work that is going on among the Muslims. This
    Bill, if passed by the Malaysia Cabinet will set back
    Christian Missionary Work among the Malaysia Muslims by
    a great extent and much persecution will arise among
    the Christian Malays in Malaysia. Churches that have
    Malay congregations will be refused of their license
    and even be forced to close down and go underground.
    As Paul urge Timothy, in the same manner I urge you, my
    fellow brothers and sisters in Christ to start putting
    on your full armour of God and start interceding for
    all the Saints of God (Malay Christians and
    Missionaries) and particularly the Cabinet Leaders in
    Malaysia. Paul wrote to Timothy, "I urge, then, first
    of all, that requests prayers, intercession and thanks
    giving be made for everyone - for kings and all those
    in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives
    in all godliness and holiness." (1 Tim 2:1-2) As how
    the apostles, in conclusion, exhorted the Hebrews, in
    the same way I beseech you, to "Remember those in
    prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those
    who are mistreated as if you yourselves were
    suffering." (Hebrews 13:3)
   
    PLEASE pray:
   
    a. for protection and wisdom for the Malay
    Christians;
    b. for more Malay conversions especially among the
    families of the lawmakers and rulers;
    c. that Polarization over religious issues will not
    split society;
    d. for the salvation of government officials;
    e. that this law would not pass; and
    f. that the local church would become a strong
    governing entity, and seriously take it upon them
    selves to organize effective outreach to the
    Malays.
   
   3. ***** MALAYSIA
   
    Malaysia is an Islamic stronghold in tropical SE Asia,
    and is about the size of the US state of New Mexico
    (329,750 sq km). Most parts of the country have
    traditionally been ruled by hereditary rulers called
    Sultans. The 21,000,000 people are composed of: Malay
    and other indigenous 58%, Chinese 26%, Indian 7%,
    others 9%. Although the country is multi-racial and
    multi-cultural, there is little mixing between the
    races. British colonizers found Chinese entrepreneurs
    in settled areas and encouraged the Buddhist Chinese to
    stay in business, and the Muslim Malay to enter
    government service. Indians were brought in to work
    the rubber plantations and staff the police forces and
    some professions. Today the three Asian people groups
    have their own private schools with distinct uniforms.
   
    The Malay people turned to Islam when sea faring Arab
    traders came with the teachings of their Prophet
    Muhammad in the 14th century. Today they are one of
    the world's most resistant and unreached people groups.
    Although Muslims comprise only about 51% of the
    population, Islam is the official religion. No country
    organizes the pilgrimage to Mecca like Malaysia does.
    The trip lasts a month and pilgrims receive a package
    deal that covers food and hotels as well as
    transportation.
   
    It is acceptable for non-Malays to be converted to
    Islam and many are openly encouraged to do so, through
    either marriage or economic incentive but it is against
    the Constitution to convert a Muslim to another
    religion. However the constitution is fuzzy enough to
    allow for Malays to CHOOSE to convert on their own
    accord, but this loophole may be closed with a new law
    currently being discussed in parliament. Missionaries
    to Muslims have often turned to the more receptive
    Chinese and Indians, with good success, after giving up
    on the Malay Muslims. The few hundred Malay in
    Malaysia who believe in Jesus have suffered social
    ostracism, loss of legal rights, loss of the economic
    privileges of being a Malay, jobs, and sometimes home
    and country. Many have moved to Singapore. In 1987, a
    few converts were arrested and kept in solitary
    confinement. Eventually, they left Malaysia. Due to
    economic and political injustices Malaysian Christians
    generally do not have a heart for their Malay
    neighbours. While the Church is strong and is now a
    missionary sending body, little outreach, and no
    coordinated outreach whatsoever, is done for the
    Malays. It is often left up to the individual minister
    to decide whether or not they will even attempt to
    reach the other half of the population. Those that set
    their hearts to it have had good success. Recent
    legal/political developments include the proposed law
    making it a punishable offence for a Malay to convert
    to another religion (read "Christianity"). This Bill
    is a reaction to the conversion of a Malay woman to
    Christianity earlier this year (1998) for the purpose
    of marriage, a common source of conversion to Islam in
    Malaysia.
   
    Sources:
   
    http://www.calebproject.org/nance/n712.htm
   

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