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Treasure Your Gift of Free Will zhēnxī Shàngdì fùyǔ de zìyóu Where the spirit of Jehovah is, there is freedom. 2 CORINTHIANS 3:17. Yēhéhuá de líng zài nǎlǐ, nǎlǐ jiù yǒu zìyóu. Gēlínduō hòushū 3: 17 2

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Treasure Your Gift of Free Will zhēnxī Shàngdì fùyǔ de zìyóu Where the spirit of Jehovah is, there is freedom. 2 CORINTHIANS 3:17. Yēhéhuá de líng zài nǎlǐ, nǎlǐ jiù yǒu zìyóu. Gēlínduō hòushū 3: 17 2 Corinthians 3:17 17 Now Jehovah is the Spirit, and where the spirit of Jehovah is, there is freedom. Gēlínduō hòushū 3: Yēhéhuá shì líng. Yēhéhuá de líng zài nǎlǐ, nǎlǐ jiù yǒu zìyóu. SONGS: 40, 54 chàng shī 62, 65shǒu HOW WOULD YOU ANSWER? nǐ huì zěnyàng huídá? What is free will? shénme shì zìyóuyìzhì? How can we show how much we love Jehovah by the decisions we make? wèishénme shuō wǒmen yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì de fāngshì kěyǐ xiǎnshì wǒmen yǒu duō ài Yēhéhuá? How can we show respect for the decisions of others? wǒmen yīnggāi zěnyàng kàndài biéren de xuǎnzé? 1, 2. (a) What different opinions do people have about free will? (b) What does the Bible teach us about our free will, and what questions will we consider? 1, 2. (jiǎ ) rén duìyú zìyóuyìzhì yǒu shénme bùtóng de kànfǎ? (yǐ ) guānyú zìyóuyìzhì, Shèngjīng zěnme shuō? (bǐng ) běn piān kèwén huì tǎolùn nǎxiē wèntí? WHEN making a personal choice, one woman told a friend: Do not make me think; just tell me what to do. That is easier. The woman wanted to be told what to do instead of using her free will, a precious gift from her Creator. What about you? Do you like making your own decisions, or do you want others to decide for you? How do you view free will? yǒu gè fùrén gàosu péngyou, tā juéde zuò juédìng shì hěn máfan de shì, tā shuō: zhíjiē gàosu wǒ zěnme zuò jiù kěyǐ le. zhèyàng bǐjiào jiǎndān. zhège fùrén nìngyuàn ràng biéren bāng tā zuò juédìng, yě bùxiǎng yùnyòng Zàowùzhǔ fùyǔ de zìyóuyìzhì qù sīkǎo zěnme zuò. nàme, nǐ xǐhuan zìjǐ zuò juédìng, háishi xīwàng biéren bāng nǐ ne? nǐ duìyú zìyóuyìzhì yǒu shénme kànfǎ ne? 2 People have different opinions about free will. Some say that free will does not really exist because God has already decided all our actions. Others say that free will is possible only if we have absolute freedom. However, the Bible teaches that we were created with the ability and freedom to make intelligent personal choices. (Read Joshua 24:15.) In the Bible, we also find the answers to the following questions: Does our free will have limits? How should we use our freedom to make decisions? How do our decisions show how much we really love Jehovah? How can we show that we respect the decisions of others? 2 yīzhíyǐlái, rén duìyú zìyóuyìzhì gè yǒu bùtóng de kànfǎ. yǒuxiērén rènwéi, Shàngdì zǎojiù juédìng hǎo měige rén de mìngyùn le, suǒyǐ rén gēnběn méiyǒu zìyóuyìzhì; lìng yīxiē rén zé shuō, chúfēi wǒmen kěyǐ xiǎng zuò shénme jiù zuò shénme, fǒuzé bù suànshì yǒu zhēnzhèng de zìyóu. wúlùn rénmen zěnme shuō, zhǐyǒu Shèngjīng cáinéng bāngzhù wǒmen yǒu zhèngquè de kànfǎ. Shèngjīng gàosu wǒmen, Yēhéhuá chuàngzào wǒmen de shíhou fùyǔ le wǒmen zìyóuyìzhì, ràng wǒmen nénggòu xuǎnzé yào zěnme zuò. (qǐng dú Yuēshūyàjì 24: 15) cǐwài, Shèngjīng yě jiědá le yǐxià jǐge wèntí: wǒmen yīnggāi zěnyàng yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì lái zuò juédìng? zìyóuyìzhì shì háo wúxiànzhì de ma? wèishénme shuō cóng wǒmen zuò de xuǎnzé kěyǐ kànchū, wǒmen duì Yēhéhuá de ài yǒu duō shēn? wǒmen kěyǐ zěnyàng biǎoshì zìjǐ zūnzhòng biéren de juédìng? Joshua 24:15 15 Now if it seems bad to you to serve Jehovah, choose for yourselves today whom you will serve, whether the gods that your forefathers served on the other side of the River or the gods of the Amʹor ites in whose land you are dwelling. But as for me and my household, we will serve Jehovah. Yuēshūyàjì 24: nǐmen yàoshi rènwéi shìfèng Yēhéhuá bùhǎo, jīntiān jiù zhǐguǎn xuǎnzé nǐmen suǒ yào shìfèng de, huòshì nǐmen zǔxiān zài dàhé nàbian suǒ shìfèng de shén, huòshì nǐmen suǒ zhù zhī dì de yà mó lì rén de shén. zhìyú wǒ hé wǒ jiā, wǒmen yào shìfèng Yēhéhuá. WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM JEHOVAH AND JESUS? xuéxí Yēhéhuá hé Yēsū de bǎngyàng 3. How does Jehovah use his absolute freedom? 3. Yēhéhuá yǒu juéduì de zìyóu, dàn tā zěnyàng yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì? 3 Jehovah has absolute freedom, and we can learn from the way he uses his freedom. For example, Jehovah chose the nation of Israel to be his people, his special property. (Deuteronomy 7:6-8) He had a reason for making that choice. Jehovah wanted to keep the promise he had made to his friend Abraham. (Genesis 22:15-18) In addition, Jehovah is always loving and fair when he uses his freedom. We can see that in the way he disciplined the Israelites when they disobeyed him. When they were truly sorry for what they had done, Jehovah showed them love and mercy. He said: I will heal their unfaithfulness. I will love them of my own free will. (Hosea 14:4) Jehovah set a good example for us by using his freedom to help others! 3 Yēhéhuá yōngyǒu juéduì de zìyóu, dàn tā zài yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì fāngmiàn wéi wǒmen lìxià le hěn hǎo de bǎngyàng. lìrú, Yēhéhuá xuǎnzé ràng Yǐsèlièrén zuò tā míngxià de zǐmín, chéngwéi tā tèbié yōngyǒu de chǎnyè . (Shēnmìngjì 7: 6-8) Yēhéhuá bìng búshi suíbiàn xuǎn yī gè guó zú éryǐ, tā jìde jǐbǎi niánqián gēn péngyou Yàbólāhǎn suǒ zuò de yuēdìng, suǒyǐ tā xuǎnzé Yǐsèlièrén zuò tā de zǐmín shì wèile shíxiàn tā shuō guò de huà. (Chuàngshìjì 22: 15-18) cǐwài, Yēhéhuá zuò xuǎnzé de shíhou dōu huì biǎoxiàn àixīn hé gōngzhèng zhèxiē tèzhì, cóng tā guǎnjiào Yǐsèlièrén de fāngshì jiù kěyǐ kànchū zhè diǎn. Yǐsèlièrén lǚcì fǎnpàn Yēhéhuá, dàn zhǐyào tāmen zhōngxīn huǐgǎi, Yēhéhuá jiù lèyì yòng àixīn hé cíbēi dāi tāmen, Yēhéhuá shuō: wǒ yào yīzhì tāmen de bù zhōng, gānxīnqíngyuàn ài tāmen. (Héxī'āshū 14: 4) Yēhéhuá yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì qù zàofú biéren, shízài shì wǒmen de hǎo bǎngyàng! Deuteronomy 7:6-8 6 For you are a holy people to Jehovah your God, and Jehovah your God has chosen you to become his people, his special property, out of all the peoples who are on the face of the earth. 7 It was not because you were the most numerous of all the peoples that Jehovah showed affection for you and chose you, for you were the smallest of all the peoples. 8 Rather, it was because of Jehovah s love for you and because he kept the oath that he had sworn to your forefathers that Jehovah brought you out with a mighty hand, to redeem you from the house of slavery, from the power of Pharʹaoh king of Egypt. Genesis 22: And Jehovah s angel called to Abraham a second time from the heavens, 16 saying: By myself I swear, declares Jehovah, that because you have done this and you have not withheld your son, your only one, 17 I will surely bless you and I will surely multiply your offspring like the stars of the heavens and like the grains of sand on the seashore, and your offspring will take possession of the gate of his enemies. 18 And by means of your offspring all nations of the earth will obtain a blessing for themselves because you have listened to my voice. Hosea 14:4 4 I will heal their unfaithfulness. I will love them of my own free will,because my anger has turned away from him. Shēnmìngjì 7: nǐ shì Yēhéhuá nǐ Shàngdì de shèng mín, Yēhéhuá nǐ de Shàngdì yǐjīng cóng dìshang de wànmín zhōng jiǎnxuǎn le nǐ zuò tā de zǐmín, chéngwéi tā tèbié yōngyǒu de chǎnyè. 7 Yēhéhuá guānxīn nǐmen, jiǎnxuǎn nǐmen, búshi yīnwèi nǐmen zài wàn zú zhōngrén shǔ zuì duō, qíshí nǐmen zài wàn zú zhōngrén shǔ zuì shǎo, 8 érshì yīnwèi Yēhéhuá ài nǐmen, yòu lǚxíng xiàng nǐmen zǔxiān suǒ fā de shì, suǒyǐ Yēhéhuá yòng qiángzhuàng de shǒubà nǐmen lǐng chūlái, jiùshú nǐmen tuōlí núyì zhī jiā hé Aījí wáng fǎlǎo de shǒu. Chuàngshìjì 22: Yēhéhuá de tiānshǐ zàicì cóng tiānshàng hūjiào Yàbólāhǎn, 16 shuō: Yēhéhuá shuō: jìrán nǐ zuò le zhè jiàn shì, lián dúshēng de érzi yě gānyuàn xīshēng, wǒ jiù zhǐ zhe zìjǐ fāshì, 17 wǒ bì cìfú gěi nǐ, shǐ nǐ de miáoyì zēngduō, yǒurú tiānshàng de xīng hǎibiān de shā; nǐ de miáoyì bì zhànlǐng chóudí de chéngmén. 18 dìshang de wànguó dōu bì yīn nǐ de miáoyì ér yíngdé fúfen, yīnwèi nǐ tīngcóng le wǒ de huà. Héxī'āshū 14: 4 4 wǒ yào yīzhì tāmen de bù zhōng, gānxīnqíngyuàn ài tāmen, yīnwèi wǒ xiàng tāmen suǒ fā de nùqì yǐjīng píngxī le. 4, 5. (a) Who was the first to receive God s gift of free will, and how did he use it? (b) What question must each of us ask? 4, 5. (jiǎ ) shéi shì dìyī gè yōngyǒu zìyóuyìzhì de shòu zào wù? tā zěnyàng yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì? (yǐ ) wǒmen dōu yīnggāi wèn wèn zìjǐ shénme wèntí? 4 Jehovah chose to create angels and humans with free will. Jehovah s first creation was Jesus. He was created in God s image and had free will. (Colossians 1:15) How has Jesus used his freedom? Before coming to earth, Jesus chose to remain loyal to God and not to join Satan and his rebellion. When Jesus came to earth, he made the choice to reject Satan s temptations. (Matthew 4:10) Then, on the night before his death, Jesus assured his Father that he wanted to do His will. He said: Father, if you want to, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, let, not my will, but yours take place. (Luke 22:42) Is it really possible for us to imitate Jesus and use our free will to honor Jehovah and do his will? 4 rén'ài de Yēhéhuá chuàngzào wànwù shí, juédìng fùyǔ tiānshǐ hé rénlèi zìyóuyìzhì. lìrú, Yēhéhuá de tóu shēngzǐ Yēsū shì nā bùnéng jiàn de Shàngdì de xíngxiàng , tā shì dìyī gè yōngyǒu zìyóuyìzhì de shòu zào wù. (Gēluóxīshū 1: 15) Yēsū láidào dìshang zhīqián, xuǎnzé zhōngyú tā de fùqīn, ér búshi xiàng Sādàn yīyàng fǎnpàn Yēhéhuá; Yēsū láidào dìshang zhīhòu háishi yīyàng, jiān juébù shòu Sādàn yǐnyòu. (Mǎtài fúyīn 4: 10) shènzhì zài xīshēng shēngmìng qián de nàge wǎnshang, Yēsū háishi kěnqiè dǎogào, zàicì biǎomíng zìjǐ juéxīn ànzhào Shàngdì de yìsi qù zuò, tā shuō: fùqīn ā, rúguǒ nǐ yuànyì, qiú nǐ wéi wǒ chè qù zhège bēi. kěshì bùyào zhào wǒ de yìsi zuò, zhǐyào zhào nǐ de yìsi xíng. (Lùjiā fúyīn 22: 42) wǒmen dōu yīnggāi xiàofǎ Yēsū, shànyòng zìyóuyìzhì qù róngyào Yēhéhuá zūnxíng tā de zhǐyì. dàn wǒmen zhēn de zuò dédào ma? Colossians 1:15 15 He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation; Matthew 4:10 10 Then Jesus said to him: Go away, Satan! For it is written: It is Jehovah your God you must worship, and it is to him alone you must render sacred service. Luke 22:42 42 saying: Father, if you want to, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, let, not my will, but yours take place. Gēluóxīshū 1: tā shì nā bùnéng jiàn de Shàngdì de xíngxiàng. zài shòu zào de wànwù zhōng, tā shì tóu shēngzǐ, Mǎtài fúyīn 4: Yēsū jiù duì tā shuō: Sādàn, zǒukāi! yīnwèi jīng shàng jì zhe shuō: yào chóngbài Yēhéhuá nǐ de Shàngdì, shàn yào jìngfèng tā. Lùjiā fúyīn 22: fùqīn ā, rúguǒ nǐ yuànyì, qiú nǐ wéi wǒ chè qù zhège bēi. kěshì bùyào zhào wǒ de yìsi zuò, zhǐyào zhào nǐ de yìsi xíng. 5 Yes, we can imitate Jesus because we too are made in God s image. (Genesis 1:26) However, we do not have the absolute freedom that Jehovah has. God s Word explains that Jehovah has put limits on our freedom and that he expects us to accept those limits. For example, within the family, wives should be in subjection to their husbands, and children should obey their parents. (Ephesians 5:22; 6:1) How do such limits affect the way we use our free will? The answer to that question can determine our everlasting future. 5 wǒmen kěyǐ xuéxí Yēsū de bǎngyàng, yīnwèi wǒmen yě shì ànzhào Shàngdì de xíngxiàng zào de. (Chuàngshìjì 1: 26) suīrán rúcǐ, wǒmen què bù xiàng Yēhéhuá yīyàng yǒu juéduì de zìyóu. Shèngjīng gàosu wǒmen, Shàngdì fùyǔ de zìyóu búshi háo wúxiànzhì de, érqiě wǒmen yīnggāi xuéxí zài Shàngdì suǒ dìng de guīfàn xià yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì. bǐrú shuō, qīzǐ yīnggāi shùnfú zhàngfu, érnǚ yīnggāi fúcóng fùmǔ. (Yǐfúsuǒshū 5: 22; 6: 1) nàme, jìrán zhīdào Shàngdì dìng le zhèxiē biāozhǔn, nǐ huì zěnyàng yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì ne? nǐ jiānglái néng bùnéng xiǎngyǒu yǒngshēng, qǔjué yú nǐ xiànzài suǒ zuò de xuǎnzé. Genesis 1:26 26 Then God said: Let us make man in our image, according to our likeness, and let them have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and the domestic animals and all the earth and every creeping animal that is moving on the earth. Ephesians 5:22 22 Let wives be in subjection to their husbands as to the Lord, Ephesians 6:1 6 Children, be obedient to your parents in union with the Lord, for this is righteous. Chuàngshìjì 1: Shàngdì shuō: wǒmen yào zhào wǒmen de xíngxiàng àn wǒmen de yàngshì zào rén, ràng tāmen guǎnlǐ hǎilǐ de yú tiānshàng de fēiqín dìshang de shēngchù, yǐjí quán dì hé dìshang gèyàng páxíng de dòngwù. Yǐfúsuǒshū 5: zuò qīzǐ de, gāi shùnfú zìjǐ de zhàngfu, hǎoxiàng shùnfú zhǔ, Yǐfúsuǒshū 6: 1 6 nǐmen zuò érnǚ de, yào wèile zhǔ de yuángù fúcóng fùmǔ. zhè shì zhèngyì de: THE USE AND ABUSE OF FREE WILL shànyòng háishi lànyòng zìyóuyìzhì? 6. Give an example that shows why it is important for our freedom to have limits. 6. qǐng jǔlì shuōmíng, wèishénme wǒmen bìxū zài shìdàng de guīfàn xià yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì. 6 Can limited freedom ever be true freedom? Yes, it can! Why? Because limits can protect us. For example, we may choose to drive to a city far away. But imagine that there are no traffic laws, and everyone can decide how fast and on which side of the road to drive. Would you feel safe traveling on that road? Obviously not. Limits are needed in order for all to enjoy the benefits of true freedom. Let us consider some Bible examples that show how the limits set by Jehovah can benefit us. 6 zài Shàngdì suǒ dìng de guīfàn xià yùnyòng zìyóuyìzhì suànshì zhēnzhèng de zìyóu ma? dá'àn shì kěndìng de, yīnwèi zhè kěyǐ bǎohù wǒmen. wèishénme kěyǐ zhèyàng shuō ne? qǐng xiǎng xiǎng yī gè qíngkuàng: nǐ kěnéng juédìng yào kāichē qù yī gè yáoyuǎn de chéngshì, dàn rúguǒ nǐ xíngshǐ zài yī tiáo gāosùgōnglù shàng, dàjiā dōu bùbì zūnshǒu jiāotōng guīzé, xiǎngkāi duō kuài jiù kāi duō kuài, shènzhì nìxiàng xíngshǐ yě méiguānxi, nǐ huì yǒu shénme gǎnjué ne? dāngrán huì jiào de hěn wēixiǎn! yóucǐkějiàn, wèile néng hǎohǎo yùnyòng Shàngdì fùyǔ de zìyóuyìzhì, shìdàng de guīfàn shì bìxū de. wèile jìnyībù shuōmíng kěyǐ zěnyàng zài Shàngdì suǒ dìng de guīfàn xià shànyòng zìyóuyìzhì, ràng wǒmen láikàn kàn jǐge Shèngjīng shìlì. 7. (a) What was one difference between Adam and the animals? (b) Describe one way that Adam used his free will. 7. (jiǎ ) Yàdāng gēn dòngwù yǒu shénme bùtóng? (yǐ ) qǐng miáoshù Yàdāng zěnyàng shànyòng tā de zìyóuyìzhì. 7 When Jehovah created the first man, Adam, he gave him the same gift he had given the angels, the gift of free will. But God did not give animals free will. How did Adam use his free will in a good way? Adam had the joy of naming the animals. God began bringing them to the man to see what he would call each one. After Adam watched each animal, he gave it a meaningful name. Jehovah did not change any of Adam s choices. Instead, whatever the man would call each living creature, that became its name. Genesis 2:19. 7 Shàngdì chuàngzào dì yīgèrén Yàdāng shí, ràng tā gēn tiānshǐ yīyàng yōngyǒu zìyóuyìzhì, suǒyǐ tā gēn ànzhào běnnéng shēnghuó de dòngwù wánquán bùtóng. Yàdāng zěnyàng shànyòng tā de zìyóuyìzhì ne? Yēhéhuá chuàngzào rénlèi qián jiù zào le gèzhǒnggèyàng de dòngwù, dàn tā bǎ wéi dòngwù mìngmíng zhè xiàng yǒuqù de gōngzuò liúgěi Yàdāng zuò, Shèngjīng shuō Shàngdì bǎ dòngwù dàidào rén miànqián, kàn tā bǎ gèzhǒng dòngwù jiàozuò shénme . Yàdāng zǐxì guānchá měi zhǒng dòngwù hòu, wéi tāmen qǔ le shìdàng de míngzi, Yàdāng zěnyàng jiào gèzhǒng huówù, gèzhǒng huówù jiù jiào shénme míngzi , Yēhéhuá méiyǒu chāshǒu gānyù, yě méiyǒu fǒudìng Yàdāng de juédìng. (Chuàngshìjì 2: 19) Genesis 2:19 19 Now Jehovah God had been forming from the ground every wild animal of the field and every flying creature of the heavens, and he began bringing them to the man to see what he would call each one; and whatever the man would call each living creature, that became its name. Chuàngshìjì 2: dāngshí Yēhéhuá Shàngdì réngrán yòng dìshang de chéntǔ zào tiányě lǐ gèyàng de zǒushòu tiānshàng gèyàng de fēiqín. tā jiù bǎ dòngwù dàidào rén miànqián, kàn tā bǎ gèzhǒng dòngwù jiàozuò shénme. tā zěnyàng jiào gèzhǒng huówù, gèzhǒng huówù jiù jiào shénme míngzi. 8. How did Adam misuse his free will, and what was the result? 8. Yàdāng zěnyàng lànyòng zìyóuyìzhì? zhè zàochéng shénme hòuguǒ? 8 Jehovah gave Adam the responsibility to make the earth into a paradise by telling him: Be fruitful and become many, fill the earth and subdue it, and have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and every living creature that is moving on the earth. (Genesis 1:28) But Adam chose to eat the forbidden fruit, and by doing so he ignored the limits that Jehovah had set. Because Adam misused his free will, humans have suffered for thousands of years. (Romans 5:12) Let us remember the serious consequences of Adam s decision. That will motivate us to use our freedom in a good way and accept the limits Jehovah has given us. 8 Shàngdì gěi Yàdāng hěn dà de zìyóu, bìng fēnfù tā fányǎn zēngduō, biàn mǎn dìmiàn, kāituò dàdì, yě yào guǎnlǐ hǎilǐ de yú tiānshàng de fēiqín hé dìshang gèyàng páxíng de huówù . (Chuàngshìjì 1: 28) kěxī Yàdāng bìng bùzhī jù. Yàdāng xuǎnzé wéikàng Shàngdì de mìnglìng chī le jìnguǒ, jiēguǒ wéi hòudài dàilái tòngkǔ hé yōushāng. (Luómǎshū 5: 12) Yàdāng zuò le cuòwù de juédìng, tā suǒ zàochéng de hòuguǒ tíxǐng wǒmen, wǒmen yīnggāi jǐnshǒu Shàngdì dìng xià de guīfàn shànyòng wǒmen de zìyóuyìzhì. Genesis 1:28 28 Further, God blessed them, and God said to them: Be fruitful and become many, fill the earth and subdue it, and have in subjection the fish of the sea and the flying creatures of the heavens and every living creature that is moving on the earth. Romans 5:12 12 That is why, just as through one man sin entered into the world and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because they had all sinned. Chuàngshìjì 1: Shàngdì cìfú gěi tāmen, duì tāmen shuō: yào fányǎn zēngduō, biàn mǎn dìmiàn, kāituò dàdì, yě yào guǎnlǐ hǎilǐ de yú
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