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0-6岁*故事 | 危险的航程 DANGEROUS VOYAGE



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介绍

神要我们信靠祂,因为祂关心我们。在这个故事中,使徒保罗展示了他在一次危险的航程中如何信靠神。 (使徒行传 27)


主题

天使,信仰,关怀,信仰,保罗,保护


时间

大约8分钟


故事

说:

保罗曾走遍各地,向人们传讲有关耶稣的信息。经过一次长途旅行后,他回到了耶路撒冷,准备在那里传道。但一些犹太人给了他很大的麻烦。他们指责他制造了麻烦,并将他再次逮捕。这一次,保罗在监狱里呆了很长时间。


终于,他们把保罗放到了一艘小船上,与一些其他囚犯一起驶向罗马。他必须在凯撒面前接受审判,因为他在耶路撒冷引起了骚乱。船上人满为患,有200多人,还有大量货物。


"再见!" 保罗对他的朋友们说,海风吹起了帆。他们出发了。


由于天气变得非常糟糕,船不得不多次停靠。风变得太大,以至无法保持船的正确航向。保罗告诉每个人不要继续航行,太危险了。然而,没有人听从他的劝告。相反,他们继续航行,希望强风能帮他们更快地前进。不久,一股飓风将小船推入了汪洋大海。


整夜,水手们与风浪作斗争。第二天更糟了。他们决定把所有的货物扔进海里,以保持浮力。又过了几天,他们扔掉了船上的绳索。然而,飓风没有停歇。


保罗看着疲惫不堪的水手们说:“你们本应该听我的话!但不要害怕。昨晚,主的使者来见我,说我必然会在凯撒面前接受审判。这艘船会坏掉,但船上的每个人都会安然无恙。”


过了十四天,船开始接近陆地。水变得越来越浅。水手们将锚投入水中,以防船触底。然后,水手们试图乘坐其中一只救生艇离开船。


"记住主的使者说的话。你们必须留在船上才会得救!" 保罗大声喊道。


水手们听从了保罗的话,没有离开船。但每个人都疲惫不堪。他们已经很长时间没吃东西了。


"我们都应该吃点东西,这样我们才能变得强壮,以便生存下来," 保罗建议道。于是,每个人都拿出一些面包,吃饱了肚子。然后,为了进一步减轻船的负担,他们将剩下的小麦扔进了大海。


第二天,他们看到远处有一个海滩。他们升起了锚,升起了帆,但不久,船触礁了。它被卡住了。他们被困住了。巨浪开始瓦解这艘小船。碎片掉进了水中。是时候离开了!他们必须在船被撕裂之前离开。


因为他们都尽量待在船上,所以离陆地不远。每个人,包括囚犯,都通过抓住木板和船只的残骸安全地上了岸。总共有276人。


神拯救了船上的每个人,就像祂所说的那样。神要我们信靠祂,因为祂关心我们。像保罗一样,我们可以始终相信神会按照祂所说的去行事。


结束



*** 英文版 ********


DANGEROUS VOYAGE

God asks us to trust Him because He cares for us. In this story, the Apostle Paul shows how he believes God during a dangerous voyage. (Acts 27) TOPICS: Angels, Believing, Caring, Faith, Paul, Protection

DURATION: Approximately 8 minutes Paul traveled many places telling people about Jesus. After one long journey, he came back to Jerusalem to preach there. But some of the Jews gave him a hard time. They accused him of causing trouble. They had him arrested, again. This time, Paul stayed in jail a long time.


Finally, they put Paul on a small ship sailing to Rome along with some other prisoners. He had to stand trial before Caesar for all of the trouble he caused in Jerusalem. The ship was crowded. There were over 200 people on board and with lots of cargo.

"Goodbye!" Paul said to all of his friends as the sea air filled the sails. They were on their way.

The ship stopped several times because the weather had become very violent. It was becoming too windy to keep the ship going the right way. Paul told everyone not to continue on the journey. It was just too dangerous. However, no one listened. Instead, they sailed on, hoping the strong wind would help them go faster. Before long, a hurricane wind pushed the small ship into the open sea.

All night long, the sailors battled the wind. The next day was even worse. They decided to throw all the cargo overboard so they could stay afloat. After a few more days, they tossed the ship's tackle overboard. However, the hurricane didn't let up.

Paul looked at the weary sailors and said, "You should have listened to me! But do not fear. An angel of the Lord came to me last night and said I must stand trial before Caesar. The ship will be lost, but everyone on board will be safe."

After fourteen days, the ship started to get closer to land. The water became more and more shallow. The sailors tossed the anchors into the water so the ship would not hit bottom. Then, the sailors tried to leave the ship in one of the lifeboats.

"Remember what the angel of the Lord said. You must stay on the ship to be saved!" Paul shouted.

The sailors listened to Paul, and did not leave the ship. But everyone was tired and weary. They had not eaten for a long time.

"We should all eat something so we will be strong enough to survive," Paul suggested. So, everyone took some bread and ate until they were full. Then, to lighten the ship even more, they tossed the rest of the wheat into the sea.

The next day they could see a beach off in the distance. They raised the anchors and hoisted the sails, but before long, the ship hit a reef. It was stuck. They were stuck. The strong waves began to break up the small ship. Pieces broke off and dropped into the water. Time to leave! They had to get off the boat before it was torn apart.

Because they all stayed on the ship as long as possible, they were not too far from the land. Everyone, including the prisoners made it safely ashore by holding onto planks and wreckage from the ship. There were two-hundred and seventy-six persons in all.

God saved everyone aboard the ship just like He said He would. God asks us to trust Him, because He cares for us. Like Paul, we can always believe God will do what He says.


End

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