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马可福音 第一册 第一百四十七讲

 

Mark 4:21-25

马可福音  第四章  21 25 (7)

 

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21Jesus continued, “Does anyone ever bring in a lamp and put it under a bowl or under the bed?  Doesn’t he put it on the lampstand? 

 

22 Whatever is hidden away will be brought out into the open, and whatever is covered up will be uncovered. 

 

23Listen, then if you have ears!”

 

24He also said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear!  The same rules you use to judge others will be used by God to judge you- but with even greater severity. 

 

25The person who has something will be given more, and the person who has nothing will have taken away from him even the little he has.”

 

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A Lamp under a Bowl   

 

 (Luke 8: 16-18)

 

Repeat after me

 

21Jesus continued, “Does anyone ever bring in a lamp and put it under a bowl or under the bed?  Doesn’t he put it on the lampstand? 

 

22 Whatever is hidden away will be brought out into the open, and whatever is covered up will be uncovered. 

 

23Listen, then if you have ears!”

 

24He also said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear!  The same rules you use to judge others will be used by God to judge you- but with even greater severity. 

 

25The person who has something will be given more, and the person who has nothing will have taken away from him even the little he has.”

 

 

Listen once again

 

21Jesus continued, “Does anyone ever bring in a lamp and put it under a bowl or under the bed?  Doesn’t he put it on the lampstand? 

 

22 Whatever is hidden away will be brought out into the open, and whatever is covered up will be uncovered. 

 

23Listen, then if you have ears!”

 

24He also said to them, “Pay attention to what you hear!  The same rules you use to judge others will be used by God to judge you- but with even greater severity. 

 

25The person who has something will be given more, and the person who has nothing will have taken away from him even the little he has.”

 

 

 

Mark 4:26-29

马可福音  第四章 26 29 (1)

 

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26Jesus went on to say, “The Kingdom of God is like this.  A man scatters seed in his field. 

 

27He sleeps at night, is up and about during the day, and all the while the seeds are sprouting and growing.  Yet he does not know how it happens. 

 

28The soil itself makes the plants grow and bear fruit; first the tender stalk appears then the ear, and finally the ear full of corn. 

 

29 When the corn is ripe, the man starts cutting it with his sickle, because harvest time has come. 

 

New Words and Expressions    生字生词

 

 

1.  up and about       起身走病后     

       

     healthy and moving about – not sick in bed

     My brother was ill for more than a month but is now up and about again