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Bible Study Jan.24.2016
Luke 13:31-35 New
International Version (NIV)
Jesus’ Sorrow for
31 At that time some Pharisees came to Jesus and said to him, “Leave this
place and go somewhere else. Herod wants to kill you.”
32 He replied, “Go tell that fox, ‘I will keep on driving out demons and
healing people today and tomorrow, and on the third day I will reach my goal.’ 33 In
any case, I must press on today and tomorrow and the next day—for surely
no prophet can die outside Jerusalem!34 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed
to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks
under her wings, and you were not willing. 35 Look, your house
is left to you desolate. I tell you, you will not see me again until
you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
Press on : 매진하다, long:애타게바라다, hen :암닭, chick :병아리, desolate : 황폐한
1. Verse 31, Why some Pharisees came to Jesus and
said to leave the place (Jerusalem)? 왜 몇몇 바리새인인 예수님께 와서 예루살렘을 떠나라 했나요?
2. Verse 32, Whom Jesus called as a fox and why? 예수님은 누구를 여우라 지칭했나요 왜
3. Verse 32, What was the goal Jesus mentioned
that would reach on the third day? 예수님이 3일째에 이루신다는 목표는 무엇이었나요?
4. Verse 34, what it means that Jesus longed to
gather your children but you were not willing 예수님은 너의 자녀들은 모으려고 하는데 너희는 바라지 않았다는
것은 무슨 의미일까요?
5. Verse 35,Your house
is left to you desolate, what did Jesus predict toward Jerusalem? 너희의 집이 황폐하게된다 예수님은 예루살렘을
향해 뭐라 예언한것일까요?
6. Verse 35, if we say
that blessed is the he who comes in the name of the Lord, we could see Jesus
again? what it means? 만일 우리가 예수님을 주의이름으로 오시는 자 복이있나니 라고 말하면 우리는 예수님을 다시 볼 수
있다는 말인지, 무엇을 의미하는 말일까요?
7. Please define the
Jerusalem for yourself? 당신에게 있어 예루살렘은 무엇인지 정의해주세요.
Meditation: When some of the Pharisees warned Jesus to
flee from the wrath and destruction of king Herod, he, in turn, warned them
about spiritual disaster and how to avert it! Like John the Baptist and
all the prophets who preceded him, Jesus posed a threat to the ruling
authorities of his day. Jesus went so far as to call Herod a
"fox". What did he mean by such an expression? The fox
was regarded as the slyest of all animals and the most destructive as
well. The fox was also a symbol of a worthless and insignificant
individual. It takes great courage to openly oppose a tyrant. Jesus
knew that he would suffer the same fate as the prophets who came before
him. He not only willingly exposed himself to danger, but he prayed for
his persecutors and for those who rejected the prophets whom God had
sent. Do you pray for your enemies and for those who oppose the gospel
Jesus contrasts his desire for Jerusalem -- the holy city and temple of God -- with
Jerusalem's lack of desire for him as their long-expected Messiah.
Jesus compares his longing for Jerusalem with a mother hen gathering her chicks
under her protective wings. Psalm
91 speaks of God's protection in such terms: He will cover you with
his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge (Ps. 91:4).