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Our Daily Bread每日箴言: Psalms 诗篇 23:5 (Part II)你用油膏了我的头,使我的福杯满溢 (Lesson 7 on Psalm 23)

By Ling-Ling Shih, Copyright © 2009-2013
From http://LearnChineseThruBible.org/

This is the 7th lesson on Psalm 23–We will cover the red-inked section of Psalm 23: 5. 

Psalm 23:5

New International Version (NIV)

5 You prepare a table before me

    in the presence of my enemies.
You anoint my head with oil;
    my cup overflows.

诗篇 23:5

Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Simplified) (CUVMPS)

5 在我敌人面前,你为我摆设筵席,你用油膏了我的头,使我的福杯满溢。

詩篇 23:5

Chinese Union Version Modern Punctuation (Traditional) (CUVMPT)

5 在我敵人面前,你為我擺設筵席,你用油膏了我的頭,使我的福杯滿溢。

5 Zaì wǒ dírén miànqián , nǐ wèi wǒ bǎishè yánxí . nǐ yòng yóu gāo le wǒde tóu , shǐ wǒde fú bēi mǎn yì .

yòng

yóu

gāo

le

de

tóu

shĭ

de

bēi

măn

使

After this lesson, we will have learned Psalm 23: 1-5

耶和华是我的牧者 我必不致缺乏

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.
 
祂使我躺卧在青草地上
He makes me lie down in green pastures,
 
领我在可安歇的水边
he leads me beside quiet waters,
 
祂使我的灵魂甦醒 使我灵魂甦醒
He restores my soul. He restores my soul.
 
为自己的名引导我走义路
He guides me in paths of righteousness
引导我走义路
[he] guides me in paths of righteousness
我虽然行过死荫幽谷
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
 也不怕遭害
I will fear no evil,
因为你与我同在
For you are with me;
你的杖,你的竿,
Your rod and your staff,
都安慰我
they comfort me.
5 在我敌人面前,你为我摆设筵席,
 You prepare a table before me
 in the presence of my enemies.
你用油膏了我的头,使我的福杯满溢。
You anoint my head with oil;
    my cup overflows.

My PPT Lesson on Psalm 23: 5 Part I:

My PPT Lesson on Psalm 23_5-II

(Make sure to turn on the “Slide Show” mode to view the Microsoft Power Point File, and then click on the “speaker icons” on each slide to hear the sound recording of my instruction.)

Vocabulary 生词

Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese Mandarin Pinyin English Definition
you (informal, as opposed to courteous 您[nin2]);
yòng to use; to employ; to have to; to eat or drink; expense or outlay; usefulness;
油膏 yóu gāo balm; ointment; (here 油–》oil; 膏is used as a verb, “anoint” or to paste);
le (modal particle intensifying preceding clause); (completed action marker);
我的  de my; mine;
tóu head; the top; end; beginning or end; a stub; remnant; chief; boss; side; aspect; first; leading; classifier for pigs or livestock; CL:個|个[ge4];
使 shǐ to make; to cause; to enable; to use; to employ; to send; to instruct sb to do sth; envoy; messenger;
我的  de my; mine;
good fortune; happiness; luck; Fujian province (abbrev); a surname
bēi trophy cup; cup; classifier for certain containers of liquids: glass, cup;
满溢 滿溢 mǎn  to be full to overflowing; to be brimming over with;

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2 comments on “Our Daily Bread每日箴言: Psalms 诗篇 23:5 (Part II)你用油膏了我的头,使我的福杯满溢 (Lesson 7 on Psalm 23)

  1. What a great blessing….I will pray for your efforts… I am now publishing a daily devotional on prayer in China

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