福音聚会讲员/Gospel Meeting Speaker：朱景良牧师/Pastor Mike Chu
聚餐时间/Meeting Date：2019年10月19日 （周六晚上Saturday Evening 6:00PM）
信息主题/Theme： 死亡的叮嚀/ Reminder of Death
聚会地点/Meeting Place：Parkers Lake Baptist Church (PLBC)
聚会地址/Meeting Address：14720 County Road 6, Plymouth, MN 55447
- 6:00-7:30: 联谊，聚餐/Dinner
- 7:35-9:00: 唱诗和信息/Hymns Singing and Message
朱景良牧师出生在香港, 13岁时信主得救。就读于明大计算机专业。于1992年与夫人喜结良缘。他从1988年到2002年一直担任计算机程序员。2002年，他们在主的感召下进入明尼苏达州中央浸信会神学院深造, 于2006年6月4日被联合国浸信会任命。自2008年以来，他一直担任3CW的牧师。
Speaker: Pastor Mike Chu
Mike was born in Hong Kong and was saved when he was 13. He came to the University of Minnesota for his Computer Science degree. In 1992, he married to Audrey Sau-man Chu. He worked as a computer programmer from 1988 till 2002. God called them in 2002 and they entered the M Div. program of Central Baptist Theological Seminary, MN. Mike was ordained by All Nations Baptist Church on June 4, 2006. He has been serving as the pastor of 3CW since 2008.
信息内容简介/Introduction to the Speech:
诗篇 49 1-2万民哪，你们都当听这话！ 世上所有的居民， 无论贵贱贫富， 都当侧耳而听！ 3我口要说智慧的言语， 我心思想通达的道理。 4我要侧耳听比喻， 用琴解谜语。 5在患难的日子，追逼我的人的奸恶环绕我， 我何必惧怕？ 6他们那些倚靠财货， 自夸钱财多的人， 7没有一个能赎自己的弟兄， 能将赎价给上帝， 8-9让他长远活着，不见地府； 因为赎生命的价值极贵， 只可永远罢休。 10他要见智慧人死， 愚昧人和畜牲一般的人一同灭亡， 把他们的财货留给别人。 11他们虽以自己的名叫自己的地， 坟墓却作他们永远的家， 作他们世世代代的居所。 12人居尊贵中不能长久， 如同死亡的畜类一样。 13他们所行之道本为自己的愚昧， 后来的人却还佩服他们的话语。（细拉） 14他们如同羊群注定要下阴间， 死亡必作他们的牧者； 到了早晨，正直人必管辖他们。 他们的形像必被阴间所灭，无处可容身。 15然而上帝必救赎我的命脱离阴间的掌控， 因他必收纳我。（细拉） 16见人发财、家室日益显赫的时候， 你不要惧怕； 17因为他死的时候什么也不能带去， 他的荣耀不能随他下去。 18他活着的时候，虽然自夸为有福 ─你若自己行得好，人必夸奖你─ 19他仍必与历代的祖宗一样同归死亡， 永不见光。 20人在尊贵中而不醒悟， 就如死亡的畜类一样。
For the director of music. Of the Sons of Korah. A psalm.
1 Hear this, all you peoples;
listen, all who live in this world,
2 both low and high,
rich and poor alike:
3 My mouth will speak words of wisdom;
the meditation of my heart will give you understanding.
4 I will turn my ear to a proverb;
with the harp I will expound my riddle:
5 Why should I fear when evil days come,
when wicked deceivers surround me—
6 those who trust in their wealth
and boast of their great riches?
7 No one can redeem the life of another
or give to God a ransom for them—
8 the ransom for a life is costly,
no payment is ever enough—
9 so that they should live on forever
and not see decay.
10 For all can see that the wise die,
that the foolish and the senseless also perish,
leaving their wealth to others.
11 Their tombs will remain their houses[b] forever,
their dwellings for endless generations,
though they had[c] named lands after themselves.
12 People, despite their wealth, do not endure;
they are like the beasts that perish.
13 This is the fate of those who trust in themselves,
and of their followers, who approve their sayings.[d]
14 They are like sheep and are destined to die;
death will be their shepherd
(but the upright will prevail over them in the morning).
Their forms will decay in the grave,
far from their princely mansions.
15 But God will redeem me from the realm of the dead;
he will surely take me to himself.
16 Do not be overawed when others grow rich,
when the splendor of their houses increases;
17 for they will take nothing with them when they die,
their splendor will not descend with them.
18 Though while they live they count themselves blessed—
and people praise you when you prosper—
19 they will join those who have gone before them,
who will never again see the light of life.
20 People who have wealth but lack understanding
are like the beasts that perish.