• Scripture Reading: Num. 11:4-9; 21:5; Exo. 16:1-36; John 6:31-35, 48-51, 57-58, 63
    Ⅰ The heavenly Christ is the reality of the heavenly manna sent by God to be the daily life supply of His chosen people—John 6:31-35, 48-51, 57-58, 63:
    A He is the heavenly bread as the bread that came down out of heaven—vv. 31-32, 41-42, 49-50.
    B He is the bread of God as the One who is of God, who was sent by God, and who was with God—v. 33.
    C He is the bread of life as the bread with eternal life, with zoe; the bread of life refers to the nature of the bread, which is life; it is like the tree of life, which also is the life supply “good for food”—vv. 35, 48; Gen. 2:9.
    D He is the living bread; this refers to the condition of the bread, which is living—John 6:51.
    E He is the true bread; He is the true food, and all other foods are merely shadows of Him as the real food; the reality of the food that we eat daily is Jesus Christ—v. 32.

    Ⅱ “As the living Father has sent Me and I live because of the Father, so he who eats Me, he also shall live because of Me… It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing; the words which I have spoken to you are spirit and are life”—vv. 57, 63:
    A To eat is to take food into us that it may be assimilated organically into our body; hence, to eat the Lord Jesus is to receive Him into us that He may be assimilated by the regenerated new man in the way of life.
    B We live not merely by Christ but because of Christ as our energizing element and supplying factor; we live Christ in His resurrection, and we live Christ by eating Him—Gal. 2:20; Phil. 1:19-21a.
    C We eat the Lord Jesus as our spiritual food, receiving Him as the Spirit who gives life, by eating His words of spirit and life, receiving His words by means of all prayer—Jer. 15:16 and footnote 1; Eph. 6:17-18:
    1 His spoken words are the embodiment of the Spirit of life; He is now the life-giving Spirit in resurrection, and the Spirit is embodied in His words.
    2 When we receive His words by exercising our spirit, we get the Spirit who gives life—cf. Hymns, #612.
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  • Scripture Reading: Num. 1:2-3, 19-20; 2:1-2, 32, 34; Phil. 3:12-15; Eph. 6:10-12
    Ⅰ The emphasis of Numbers is how the Israelites, who had been redeemed, received revelation, and been trained by God, were formed into an army to protect God’s testimony and fight for His move on earth—1:2-3, 19-20:
    A Since the earth created by God was ruined by Satan, God needs to gain a group of people to be formed into an army for His move on earth—v. 3.
    B Numbers shows how God formed His redeemed people into an army to surround and protect His testimony—2:1-2, 32, 34:
    1 In Numbers, particularly in the first four chapters, the Israelites were formed into an army according to God’s arrangement.
    2 In order for the children of Israel to be formed into an army, they needed to be numbered; only after being numbered could the Israelites be formed into an army—1:2-3, 19-20.
     
    Ⅱ In order “to go forth for military service,” an Israelite male needed to be at least twenty years old; this is related to growth and maturity—v. 3:
    A There were approximately two million Israelites, but only 603,550 were twenty years old and upward and were able to go forth for military service—vv. 45-46.
    B Even though there are a great many believers on earth, only a small number among them are mature in life to the extent that they are able to fight for God’s testimony—Eph. 4:12, 15-16; 6:10-12.
    C Numbers mentions the age for those enlisting in the army, which was twenty years old and upward, yet this book does not mention the age for retirement:
    1 God’s army was strong, just as Caleb was able to fight and was as strong before God in his eighties as he was in his forties—Josh. 14:6, 10-11.
    2 This signifies that we must have both life and maturity in life in order to be numbered by God.
    D According to Numbers, neither children nor women were numbered:
    1 Children signify immaturity, and women signify weakness.
    2 That only males who were twenty years old and upward were able to engage in warfare signifies that among the believers, only those who are mature in life and strong are able to fight in spiritual warfare.
    E Those who were numbered needed to be confirmed by Moses, Aaron, and the leaders of the twelve tribes—1:4, 16-18:
    1 Moses signifies Christ as the Head of the Body who executes His authority, Aaron signifies Christ as the High Priest who exercises His priesthood, and the leaders of the twelve tribes signify the elders and leading ones in the church—Col. 1:18; Heb. 8:1; Acts 14:23:
    a This indicates that the numbering of God’s people is based on life and maturity in life and is confirmed by spiritual authority.
    b Life, maturity, and the confirmation of spiritual authority are required for the formation of God’s army.
    2 In order to be numbered, the children of Israel were required to be in the fellowship of the life of their fathers’ households and had to grow in life unto maturity, which is signified by the age of twenty—Num. 1:1-16.
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  • Scripture Reading: Num. 9:15-23; Exo. 33:14; Luke 24:25-27, 44-49; 1 Cor. 10:6, 11; Rom. 15:4; 1 Tim. 1:3-4, 18; 6:3
     
    Ⅰ We may use four slogans to summarize certain crucial aspects of this vital sketch:
    A God’s chosen and redeemed people are purchased, redeemed, and saved from the bondage of the fall.
    B God’s chosen and redeemed people are enjoying Christ, receiving revelation, and being built up in the Triune God.
    C God’s chosen and redeemed people are formed into a priestly army to fight for God and to journey with God.
    D God’s chosen and redeemed people are possessed by God to possess the all-inclusive Christ as the good land.
     
    Ⅱ These four slogans apply to the saints in both the Old Testament and New Testament, because the New Testament is hidden in the Old Testament, and the Old Testament is manifested in the New Testament—Luke 24:25-27, 44-49:
    A The saints have been chosen, redeemed, and saved from the bondage of the fall; the saints have been saved from the usurpation of the world and from the bondage of Satan.
    B Having been saved, we are now enjoying Christ; like the children of Israel at Mount Sinai, we have also received the divine revelation and are being built up with the processed Triune God, that is, with the Son as the embodiment of the Father and with the Spirit as the realization of the Son.
    C Furthermore, we are being formed into a priestly army, which fights for God and journeys with God.
    D Finally, we have been prepared by God in every way to possess the all-inclusive Christ as the good land.
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    其實這種情境還是挺多的,就是在 Production 上有一個 Master / Slave 的 DB,但為了一些報表需求,又不想吃掉,或是佔用了系統資源,可是報表計算量又特別大,所以就設計了一個這樣的方案,利用 federated 達到目的。
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    如上圖,拉一個 Read only 出來就是為了不要影響到 M/S 的效能。但 read only 就沒辦法產生一些 statistics 的 table,所以就建立另一個 reporting DB,透過 federated 的方式去把資料計算後存到 reporting 的 DB,這樣不僅不會影響到 M/S 的效能,還可以取得 near realtime 的資料庫。
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