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  • 在 Apache 2.4 中已經內建 mod_reqtimeout,只需要先在 httpd.conf 中把 # 拿掉啟用即可
    #LoadModule reqtimeout_module modules/mod_reqtimeout.so
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  • Scripture Reading: Eph. 2:15; 4:22-24; Col. 3:10-12; Phil. 1:8; Philem. 7, 12, 20
    I. The church, the Body of Christ, is the one new man to accomplish God’s eternal purpose—a universal, corporate God-man—Eph. 1:9, 11; 3:9; Rom. 8:29; 2 Tim. 1:9; Eph. 2:15-16; 4:22-24:
    A. God’s intention in His creation of man was to have a corporate man to express Him and to represent Him; eventually, the church as the one new man is the corporate man in God’s intention, and this new man will fulfill the twofold purpose of expressing God and dealing with God’s enemy—Gen. 1:26.
    B. The one new man equals the Body of Christ; Christ and we together form a universal man—Eph. 2:15-16; Col. 3:10, 15.
    C. The one new man was created by Christ on the cross with two kinds of materials—the redeemed created man and the divine element; on the cross Christ put these materials together to produce a new man:
    1. In the creating of the new man, first our natural man was crucified by Christ, and then through the crossing out of the old man, Christ imparted the divine element into us, causing us to become a new entity—Rom. 6:6; 2 Cor. 5:17.
    2. The phrase in Himself in Ephesians 2:15 indicates that Christ was not only the Creator of the one new man but also the sphere in which and the essence with which the one new man was created.
    D. The goal of the Lord’s recovery is to bring forth the one new man—4:24:
    1. What the Lord has been doing—and what He is now doing—in His recovery is bringing forth the one new man with Himself as the life and the person for God’s expression—3:17a; Col. 3:4, 10-11.
    2. The one new man will usher in the kingdom of God and will bring Christ, the King, back to the earth—Rev. 11:15.
    E. In the church as the one new man, Christ is all and in all—Col. 3:10-11:
    1. There is no natural person in the one new man, and there is no possibility, no room, for any natural person—v. 11:
    a. Although many different kinds of people make up the one new man, all are part of Christ; there are no longer the natural persons.
    b. In the one new man there is only one person—the all-inclusive Christ— 2:17; 3:4, 11.
    2. The one new man comes into being as we are saturated, filled, and permeated with Christ and replaced by Him through an organic process—2 Cor. 3:18:
    a. The new man is Christ in all the saints, permeating us and replacing us until all natural distinctions have been removed and everyone is constituted of Christ—Col. 3:11.
    b. The all-inclusive Christ must be wrought into us organically until He replaces our natural being with Himself—Eph. 3:17a; Gal. 4:19.3. In the one new man Christ is all the members and is in all the members— Col. 3:11:
    a. The Christ who dwells in us is the constituent of the one new man—1:27; 3:11.
    b. Because Christ is all the members of the new man, there is no room in the new man for any race, nationality, culture, or  social status—v. 11.
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  • Scripture Reading: Rom. 15:16; Heb. 10:24-25; Eph. 4:11-16; 1 Cor. 14:4b, 31; 2 Cor. 4:16; John 21:15-17
    I. We must see and practice the crucial points concerning the light and revelation we have received from the Lord regarding the scriptural way to meet and to serve for the building up of the Body of Christ: 
    A. We must function as priests of the gospel, preaching the gospel and saving people by visitation—Rom. 15:16; Luke 10:1-6.
    B. We must meet in the new believers’ homes, nourishing and cherishing them, so that our fruit may remain—Acts 5:42; John 15:16.
    C. We must teach and perfect the saints through the vital group meetings unto the New Testament work of the ministry, unto the building up of the Body of Christ—Heb. 10:24-25; Eph. 4:11-12:
    1. In the vital group meetings the believers need to have mutual fellowship and intercession, mutual care and shepherding, mutual teaching and studying of the truth, and mutual instruction in the pursuit of the growth in the spiritual life, for the promotion of the preaching of the gospel, the care for the new ones, the conducting of the group meetings, and all other kinds of service in the church life.
    2. The vital group meetings are the main part of the life and service of the church.
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  • Scripture Reading: 1 John 1:1-3, 7; Acts 2:42; 1 Cor. 1:9; 10:16-17
    I. Just as there is the circulation of blood in the human body, so there is a circulation in the Body of Christ—a circulation that the New Testament calls fellowship; this fellowship is the reality of the church life—1 John 1:3, 7:
    A. Fellowship is a common participation, a joint participation; thus, to have fellowship is to have a corporate participation in something—Phil. 4:14; 2:1.
    B. Fellowship is the issue of eternal life and is actually the flow of the eternal life within the believers—1 John 1:1-3, 7.
    C. In order to have the unique fellowship, we must live by and behave in the divine life, not in our natural life—Rom. 8:2, 6, 10-11.
    D. To have fellowship with the Triune God in the apostles’ fellowship is to put aside our private interests and join with the apostles and the Triune God for the carrying out of God’s purpose—Acts 2:42; 1 John 1:3; 2 Tim. 1:9.
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  • Scripture Reading: John 12:1-11
    I. Life meets the need of every man’s case to build the house of God—John 2:18-22:
    A. The need of the moral is life’s regenerating—3:3, 6, 14-16, 29-30, 34.
    B. The need of the immoral is life’s satisfying—4:4-7, 10, 13-18, 24, 28-29, 34.
    C. The need of the dying is life’s healing—vv. 46-47, 50-53.
    D. The need of the impotent is life’s enlivening—5:2-3, 5-9, 17, 19, 25-26, 30, 39-40.
    E. The need of the hungry is life’s feeding—6:5-13, 32-33, 35, 48-51, 57, 63.
    F. The need of the thirsty is life’s quenching—7:37-39.
    G. The need of those under the bondage of sin is life’s setting free:
    1. Who is without sin—8:1-9?
    2. Who can condemn and forgive sin—vv. 10-11?
    3. Who can set people free from sin—vv. 12, 24, 28-30, 32, 36?
    4. Who is the source of sin, and who is the multiplication of sin—vv. 37-44?
    5. Who is Jesus—vv. 45-46, 57-58?
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  • Scripture Reading: Eph. 1:10, 22-23; 3:15-17; 4:15; 1 Cor. 11:3; 1 Tim. 1:4; John 8:12
    I. God’s eternal intention is to head up all things in Christ, who has been appointed to be the universal Head—Eph. 1:10, 22:
    A. It is God’s eternal purpose that in the economy of the fullness of the times, He might head up all things in Christ—v. 10.
    B. Through the dispensations of God in all the ages, all things will be headed up in Christ in the new heaven and new earth; this will be God’s eternal administration and economy—Rev. 21:1-2. 
    II. Satan’s goal is to corrupt God’s creation and to cause confusion—Rom. 8:19-23:
    A. When Satan injected himself into man, Satan became death and darkness to man; sin brings in death, death brings in darkness, and darkness brings in confusion.
    B. The entire universe is a heap of collapse caused by Satan injecting himself as the factor of death into God’s creation—Heb. 2:14; Rom. 8:20-21.
    C. God is working to liberate His creation from bondage and to bring it into liberty by heading up all things in Christ—Eph. 1:22, 10.
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  • Scripture Reading: 1 Cor. 1:2, 10-13; 3:3-4; Eph. 4:3-6; 1 John 2:27; Rom. 14:1; Psa. 119:140
    I. We must see and stand on the unique ground of the local churches of God—thepractice of the church life in the early days was the practice of having one church for one city, one city with only one church—Acts 8:1; 13:1; Rev. 1:11:
    A. “To the church of God which is in Corinth, to those who have been sanctified in Christ Jesus, the called saints, with all those who call upon the name of our Lord Jesus Christ in every place, who is theirs and ours”—1 Cor. 1:2:
    1. The church being “of God” refers to the content of the church in its essence.
    2. The church “in Corinth” shows the locality of Corinth for the existence, expression, and practice of the church; such a locality becomes the local ground of the local churches on which they are built respectively; thus, the locality spontaneously becomes the church ground.
    3. “Those who have been sanctified in Christ Jesus, the called saints” are the constituents as the framework of the church.
    4. “With all those who call upon the name of our Lord Jesus Christ in every place” indicates that this Epistle has been and will be read by people in thousands of places throughout the generations; even today we are the recipients of this book.
    5. Christ being “theirs and ours” means that Christ is the portion of the local saints in Corinth and of all the saints in whatever place, who participate in the fellowship (enjoyment) of Christ, into which all the believers have been called by the faithful God—v. 9.
    B. Divisions among the saints are condemned by the apostle as the deputy authority of Christ the Head—vv. 10-13.
    C. Christ is not divided—Christ is unique, not divisible nor divided—v. 13.
    D. Division is of the flesh, according to the manner of man—3:3-4.
    E. We need to see our practice under today’s divisive and confusing degradation of Christianity:
    1. We do not and should not participate in the Catholic heresy, the Protestant denominations, and any kind of free groups of Christians.
    2. But we recognize and receive the individual believers in Christ who believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, who are redeemed by His blood and regenerated by the Holy Spirit, and who are not factious (Titus 3:10), not making divisions (Rom. 16:17), not worshipping idols (1 John 5:21), nor living in sin (1 Cor. 5:11), even if they are still related to any of the above-listed divisions.
    3. We are one with all the believers who are in the Lord’s recovery throughout the world, and in the principle of Philadelphia, we choose to love all the brothers—Rev. 3:7.
    4. We do not have any creed; we have only the unique Bible properly translated and interpreted by and according to the Bible itself.
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  • 讀經:弗二15,四22~24,西三10~12,腓一8,門7、12、20
    壹 召會,基督的身體,乃是一個新人,以完成神永遠的定旨—宇宙的團體神人—弗一9、11,三9,羅八29,提後一9,弗二15~16,四22~24:
    一 神創造人的目的是要得著一個團體的人,以彰顯祂並代表祂;至終,召會這一個新人乃是在神心意中團體的人,這新人將成就雙重的目的:彰顯神以及對付神的仇敵—創一26。
    二 這一個新人等於基督的身體;基督和我們一同形成一個宇宙人—弗二15~16,西三10、15。
    三 基督在十字架上創造這一個新人是用兩種材料:蒙救贖的受造之人,與神聖的元素;在十字架上,基督把這兩種材料放在一起,以產生一個新人:
        1 在新人的創造裏,首先我們天然的人被基督釘死,然後藉著除掉舊人,基督就將神的元素分賜到我們裏面,使我們成爲一個新的實體—羅六6,林後五17。
        2 在以弗所二章十五節裏,『在祂自己裏面』這句話指明基督不僅是一個新人的創造者,也是這一個新人得以創造的範圍和素質。
    四 主恢復的目標乃是要產生一個新人—四24:
        1 主在祂的恢復裏一直在作的,並祂現今正在作的,乃是產生以祂自己作生命和人位的一個新人,好作神的彰顯—三17上,西三4、10~11。
        2 這一個新人要引進神的國,將君王基督帶回到地上—啓十一15。
    五 在召會這一個新人裏,基督是一切,又在一切之內—西三10~11:
        1 在一個新人裏沒有天然的人,並且任何天然的人都不可能存在,沒有任何地位—11節:
            a 雖然一個新人是由各種不同的人所組成,但所有的人都是基督的一部分;不再有天然的人。
            b 在一個新人裏只有一個人位—包羅萬有的基督—二17,三4、11。
        2 當我們藉著生機的過程被基督浸透、充滿、滲透,並由祂所頂替時,一個新人就產生了—林後三18:
            a 新人乃是在眾聖徒裏面的基督滲透我們並頂替我們,直到所有天然的區別都除去,每個人都由基督所構成—西三11。
            b 包羅萬有的基督必須生機的作到我們裏面,直到祂以自己頂替我們天然的人—弗三17上,加四19。
        3 在一個新人裏,基督是一切的肢體,又在一切的肢體之內—西三11:
            a 住在我們裏面的基督乃是一個新人的構成成分—一27,三11。
            b 因著基督是新人的一切肢體,在新人裏任何種族、國籍、文化或社會身分,都沒有地位—11節。
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