恩典国际圣经学院

第五课 - 圣灵的做工唯独靠信心称义

Lesson 5 - THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT: Justification by Faith Alone


Lesson 5 – THE WORK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT: Justification by Faith Alone 第五课 – 圣灵的做工:唯独靠信心称义

PART 1 – Justification by Faith

第一部分 – 靠信心称义

Introduction

引言

  1. How would you explain or define what faith is to an unbeliever?

    你如何向一个不信的人解释或定义什么是信心?

  2. How would you explain what faith is NOT?

    你如何解释什么不是信心?

The Subject of Faith in Evangelism Visits

传福音谈话中信心的主体

  1. What pictures or illustrations can we use to show people what faith is like?

    我们可以用什么样的图片或插图向其他人说明信心是什么样的?

  2. Faith is:

    信心是:

    1. Knowledge (see Romans 10:14 and John 17:3)

    认识(参看罗马书10:14和约翰福音17:3)

    1. Agreement

    认同

    1. Trust

    相信

    “One who knows Christ in the Biblical sense is one who has agrees with what the Scriptures say of him and his work and who trusts in him for the forgiveness of sins.

    一个从圣经的角度认识基督的人就是认同圣经所说有关他和他的工作以及谁为了罪得赦免而相信他的人。

    One who agrees withwhat the Scriptures say of Christ is one who has come to know him and trust in him as Savior.

    一个认同圣经所说有关基督事情的人就是认识他并相信他为救主的人。

    One who trusts in Christ for forgiveness and justification is one who has come to know him as Savior and has agreed with the promises the Scriptures make in connection with him.

    一个为了罪得赦免和称义相信基督的人就是认识他为救主并认同圣经中所写有关他应许的人。

  3. Faith is a gift of God, not a good work that we perform.

    信心是上帝所赐的礼物,不是出于我们所做的好行为。

    See: Ephesians 2:8-9

    参看:以弗所书2:8-9

    1 Corinthians 12:3

    哥林多前书12:3

  4. What is the difference between

    两者之间的不同是什么:

    Personal Justification (“Saving Faith”)

    个人的称义(“救恩的信心”)

    Sanctification (“Weak Faith” or “Strong Faith”)

    成圣(“软弱的信心”或“刚强的信心”)

  5. What is the role of contrition (being sorry for sins) and good works in conversion?

    认罪(为自己的罪悔过)和信主后行善的作用是什么?

Discussion Questions

讨论的问题

  1. Agree or Disagree? Why?

    同意或不同意? 为什么?

    1. Some people are by nature friendly to the idea of becoming a Christian.

    一些人天生对于成为一名基督徒的想法比较支持。

    1. Faith is not something someone does, it is something God gives.

    信心不是靠某人所做的事,而是上帝所赐予的。

    1. If you know what the Bible says, then you have faith.

    如果你了解圣经所说的话,你就会有信心。

    1. God has saved you from your sins, now you must believe.

    上帝已经救你脱离你的罪,现在你必须相信。

    1. If you have faith, you will feel it.

    如果你有信心,你会感觉到它的存在。

    1. If you have faith in Jesus and live a good life, you will be saved.

    如果你有在耶稣里的信心并且活出好的样式,你就会得救。

    1. You must decide whether you are going to believe in Jesus or not.

    你必须决定你是否要相信耶稣。

    1. Jesus has done everything to win salvation for you. Now believe it in your heart.

    耶稣已经做了所有的一切来为你赢得救恩。现在你要在心里相信这一点。

    1. Jesus wants you to be saved, but you need to ask him to be king of your heart.

    耶稣希望你得救,但是你必须让他成为你心中的王。

    1. Others?

    其他的问题?

PART 2 – THE MEANS OF GRACE

第二部分 – 施恩具

  1. Define the term “means of Grace”

    定义“施恩具”这个词。

  2. What is the role of the Law?

    律法的作用是什么?

  3. Explain the following progression and what it means for evangelism.

    解释以下的过程和它们对于传福音的意义。

    CORRECT: problems → Problem → Solution → solutions

    正确的:各种困难→ 困难 → 解决方式 → 各种解决方式

    INCORRECT: problems → solutions

    不正确的: 各种困难→ 各种解决方式

  4. Note the dangers that an incorrect view of the Mean’s of Grace have in the following. Why is this important for our work of evangelism?

    注意以下有关施恩具的错误观点的威胁。为什么这对于我们传福音的工作很重要?

    … in the theology of Roman Catholicism?

    … 在罗马天主教的神学思想?

    … in the theology of Calvinism?

    … 在加尔文教的神学思想中?

    … in the theology of Arminianism?

    … 在亚米念教的神学思想中?

  5. Agree or disagree? Prayer has no place in an evangelism call.

    同意或不同意? 在传福音的呼召中不存在祷告。

  6. Agree or disagree? If a person gives no evidence of true repentance, the evangelist should withhold the gospel from him.

    同意或不同意? 如果一个人没有表现出真正的悔改,福音传道人就不应该传福音给他。

  7. What does it mean for evangelists to be “as wise as serpents” and “as innocent as doves”?

    “灵巧像蛇”和“驯良像鸽子”对于福音传道人们意味着什么?

  8. Agree or disagree? Apologetics and evangelism don’t mix.

    同意或不同意? 护教学和传福音不能混为一谈。