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Fuller.Praise is the believer's help in his trials, and his companion after trial. The person described under these two titles is of course one and the same, but the thoughts which belong to the two titles are very different; the name of God may be said chiefly to testify of power, that of Father chiefly of love; it is because God has allowed Himself to be addressed as "our Father," that we can draw nigh to Him with fall assurance of faith.II. Instance of the Jewish sacrifice, rendered by the Greek translators, "the continual sacrifice." All Hours HVAC - 614.567.7100. Jun 17, 1984. 5 You can be sure that using people or religion or things just for what you can get out of them—the usual variations on idolatry—will get you nowhere, and certainly nowhere near the kingdom of Christ, the kingdom of God. It is the sure destruction of self-respect and courage. Home has functions which point to eternity. "All things.". St. Paul says, "giving thanks ALWAYS"; the word "always" is sufficiently strong and comprehensive in itself, and becomes additionally so by being joined to the words "all things." I. "No," said he, "doctor, no. "For all things" — for little mercies as well as great mercies — for the gospel first, but also for the humblest truth which enlarges the mind; for things in heaven and things on earth; for whatever is related to our growth and well-being; for the air we breathe, the water we drink, the fire which warms us, and the earth which is the bountiful food grower for us all. Another element in this blessing of work is its honourableness. (1) We must always have a heart prepared and disposed to give thanks. Is our thanksgiving right? )A day of thanksgivingC. That is the key verse for this section. 6. What’s more frustrating, this guy really practiced this! Stonehouse, seeing the great difficulty and pain with which he spoke, desired that he would spare himself. Labour itself is a blessing. The Lord heard the voice of his praise.(C. or sermon number (e.g., #1123), The Congregational Prayers of Dr. Lloyd-Jones. Above my summer hut one year was a mountain stream, which I often visited. Gratitude for troubles is difficult to realize. What are all the cordials to the dying compared to the salvation of Christ?" The last of the mercies I undertook to set before you is HOME. And yet, according to St. Paul, the need is the same in both cases; even our thanks must be offered up through Christ; we do not make God our debtor by such offerings; whether we ask or whether we pay tribute, it is we who are the gainers, and for both the one purpose and the other we need the righteousness of Christ, to make our approach to God's mercy seat acceptable.III. At one point it came trailing down the face of the glistening rock behind; at another it tumbled and splashed in fantastic pools within its bed. )A day of thanksgivingC. Some of the best discipline of life is there. A. )The music of the Christian lifeW. As we learn the secrets of that pity in the heart of our earthly father we become acquainted with God. Just as in those grand old Hebrew psalms you may hear different voices; as you may hear, now the broken voice of the broken and contrite heart as it sobs out its confession of sin, and now the soft cooing as of the infant falling asleep in perfect peace upon its mother's bosom; just as you may hear, now the dull groan of anguish wrung from the heart almost overburdened with sorrow, and now the peal of laughter, as of one who is bounding over the mountain side, breathing God's pure air, and rejoicing in God's glad sunshine; as you may hear, now the sharp cry of pain as of a soldier who has been hit by the archers, and now the shouts of triumph rising from the throats of those who have been victors in the fight; and yet in all the psalms, running like an accompaniment, you may detect the perpetual sense of God's nearness and of God's love: so we shall not fail to find many varied experiences in the Christian life, some joyful and some painful — many voices in one psalm; and yet, if that life is what it should be, the accompaniment of every experience will be the music of a thankful heart.1. There, doctor, is my cordial. His queens are working women.II. There is one other expression in the text which deserves notice, and to which a remark applies similar to that just now made upon the expression "all things." Yes, believers once lived in this way, but are no longer walking in darkness (Ephesians 5:8). Is it such a duty? 19 Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. I am simply a member of the home circle, a citizen of "that country which every man loves." But here and there, in its descent, it came to solitary spots, quiet basins of stone, where all the hasting and furious turbulence was at an end. 3. It is a world whose courtesies are those of love. It is our shelter from the weather, our banqueting house, our hospital and place of rest. In creation man was made like God, but in redemption God was made like man. It exacts no etiquette except that which expresses the heart. Men are wont to bless themselves, if they receive but a transient glance from a prince's eye; a smile from a great personage; any slender intimation of regard from him that is in capacity to do them good. There is not the least of the Divine favours, which, if we consider the condescensive tenderness, the clear intention, the undeserved frankness, the cheerful debonairity expressed therein, hath not dimensions larger than our comprehension, colours too fair, and lineaments too comely for our weak sight thoroughly to discern; requiring therefore our highest esteem and our utmost thanks. (1) in recognition that God's blessings come to us through Christ; and. (3) It preventeth distrust and carking cares (Philippians 4:6). Things that we cannot see to be blessings. To Him we must give thanks; for He has given us all things richly to enjoy. Lastly: "giving thanks always" imports that we readily embrace every opportunity of actually expressing our thankfulness: for so in some places of Scripture, what is enjoined to be done continually, is in others only required to be done on all opportunities. V. Robinson, B. A.Every Christian life is like a psalm. It is a school to instruct us in the knowledge of God. This throws a remarkable light upon the nature of thanksgiving. But Christian thankfulness shows itself in joyous acknowledgment of all gifts, great and small. It is employment. (3) For the fruit and profit; if it be not good in itself, it turneth to good (Romans 8:28; Psalm 119:71). The Greek word for always means always, constantly, in every situation, including our trials. Fifth pair. The parables of the fireside are as Divine as those of Christ. What those quiet pools were to the life of that mountain stream, home is to the ordinary life we lead. Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ; Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ; Home. And I will begin by naming the homeliness of home. Our FAQ * Send a MessageEmail: info@mljtrust.org, Site designed and developed by Five Q© 2012 MLJ Trust, Enter the Bible passage (e.g., John 3), keyword (e.g., Jesus, prophet, etc.) We should be thankful in every condition. At one point it came trailing down the face of the glistening rock behind; at another it tumbled and splashed in fantastic pools within its bed. Service; Maintenance; Replacements; Contact Us; Request for Service; ephesians 5:20 message. Ephesians 5:8 You Were Once In Darkness But Now You Are Light In The Lord (black) Ephesians 5:14 Arise From The Dead (utmost)02:16. Sometimes it flung its waters in a mass on a lower shelf with an angry clash. A. 1. In its results it is worse than bodily disease. Is our thanksgiving right? Oh let me spend them in adoring our great Redeemer..." He then expatiated in the most striking manner upon these words of St. Paul, "All things are yours." Since work implies service, it is a beneficent endowment that it is honourable. THE TIME FOR THANKSGIVING. So is praise also our solace after trial. Fuller.Praise is the believer's help in his trials, and his companion after trial. "All things." It is a world whose courtesies are those of love. What are all the cordials to the dying compared to the salvation of Christ?" Nevins.A person being once cast upon a desolate island, spent a day in fasting and prayer for his deliverance, but no help came. In his last moments he exclaimed two or three times, "Precious salvation!" The Message Sing praises over everything, any excuse for a song to God the Father in the name of our Master, Jesus Christ. I know the difficulty of realizing this state of mind; a time may perhaps come, when we shall be able to look back from our place of rest upon the way by which God hath led us, and when we shall be able to see that in all its turns and twistings (so far as they were the result of God's leading, and not due to our own perversity), and in all its darker passages, in its roughest as well as its smoothest portions, it was indeed "the right way," and all demands our gratitude to Him, who led us by a way that we knew not.IV. Lastly, we are obliged to thank God, not only for corporeal and temporal benefits, but also (and that principally) for spiritual and eternal blessings. Home is a blessing so common, and we have been all our days so familiar with it, that few realize the full riches of blessing which it is in our life. It is employment. Macleod, D. D.)Praise in deathRomaine.James Hervey, when Dr. Stonehouse saw him for the last time, about two hours before he expired, pressed upon the doctor in the most affectionate manner his everlasting concerns, telling him "here is no abiding place." This can be seen in Acts when Paul and Silas are beaten and thrown in prison but continue to sing praises to God. 2. And the stream that leapt and churned higher up, lay still as a sleeping child. 2. But again; St. Paul in the text gives a very wide range to thanksgiving, when he speaks of "GIVING THANKS FOR ALL THINGS." They are immense, innumerable, unconceivable, and unexpressible. 5. When our Maker appointed us to labour, He made labour one of the dignities in His kingdom. His queens are working women.II. We are a nation of workers. Ephesians 5:20-30 New International Version (NIV) 20 always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. 21 Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ. This duty requires a faithful retention of benefits in memory, and consequently frequent reflections on them. And it finds a new call to its exercise in the fact, that the lesser gifts have their origin in the love which gave us the greatest, and came to us through that greatest Himself. B. David sang praises in the cave; Daniel, when the trap was set for his life, prayed and gave thanks three times a day as usual: and Jesus, when He would raise Lazarus, first lift up His heart in thanks to the Father; and before He went to supper, first sang a hymn. As we learn the secrets of that pity in the heart of our earthly father we become acquainted with God. In how many lives, is your whole life bound up! It exacts no etiquette except that which expresses the heart. V. Robinson, B. "He that falsely denies the reception of a benefit, and he that dissembles it, and he that doth not repay it, is ingrateful; but most ingrateful of all is he that forgets it. Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ. A revelation of God older than the Bible shines in the home. In its results it is worse than bodily disease. Home is a blessing so common, and we have been all our days so familiar with it, that few realize the full riches of blessing which it is in our life. But he doesn’t allow us any exceptions! We rise in the morning, and find it filled with friendly faces; we retire for the night from amidst a group of the dearest we have. Next observe, THAT THANKS MUST BE GIVEN TO THE FATHER "IN THE NAME OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST." For things of discipline as well as things of nutriment, for toil and the hardness which toil works, for hunger and cold, for sickness and sorrow, for death itself, for mercy and also for judgment, for riches and also for poverty, for peaceful calm and also for purifying storm. Nevins.A person being once cast upon a desolate island, spent a day in fasting and prayer for his deliverance, but no help came. "As one whom his mother comforteth, so will I comfort you." And yet, according to St. Paul, the need is the same in both cases; even our thanks must be offered up through Christ; we do not make God our debtor by such offerings; whether we ask or whether we pay tribute, it is we who are the gainers, and for both the one purpose and the other we need the righteousness of Christ, to make our approach to God's mercy seat acceptable.III. "Giving thanks always for all things" is obviously as comprehensive a charge to give thanks as could possibly be devised; and I wish to remark that the peculiar force of the word "always" seems to be this, "under all circumstances." II. Thankfulness is the harmony between the deep sense of obligation, and the joy of perfect freedom.(W. And it is a poor devotion indeed, that does not survive the sanctuary, and that is brushed out on Monday morning along with the dust of the place. If you would apply a microscope to an everyday mercy, you might discover in it, as in the atom or the water drop, the very same demonstration of the presence of the Omnipotent, as in the surprising interposition which has marked some great crisis in your life; and, therefore, you are only giving a melancholy proof of the feebleness and short-sightedness of your nature, if you so cast up benefits under the divisions of great and small, that you think any too trivial to claim the tribute of your thanksgiving. He that is not thankful for the smaller mercies disposeth himself to a stupid carelessness and insensibility of the greatest mercies: "If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches?" Idleness enfeebles both mind and body. I know the difficulty of realizing this state of mind; a time may perhaps come, when we shall be able to look back from our place of rest upon the way by which God hath led us, and when we shall be able to see that in all its turns and twistings (so far as they were the result of God's leading, and not due to our own perversity), and in all its darker passages, in its roughest as well as its smoothest portions, it was indeed "the right way," and all demands our gratitude to Him, who led us by a way that we knew not.IV. (2) as receiving and appreciating them in the spirit of Christ. It is His intercession on our behalf that renders our supplications accepted in the Beloved, and by His much incense which purifies our hearts. 1. Manton, D. D.)The duty of giving thanks to GodBishop Harvey Goodwin.I. Labour itself is a blessing. John Piper Oct 12, 2006 41 Shares Sermon. One of the directest blessings of labour is its healthiness. and then, leaning his head against the side of the easy chair in which he sat, he shut his eyes and fell asleep.(Romaine. II. 2. Thankfulness is the harmony between the deep sense of obligation, and the joy of perfect freedom.(W. Stonehouse, seeing the great difficulty and pain with which he spoke, desired that he would spare himself. This term "always" necessarily implies a ready disposition or habitual inclination to give thanks, ever permanent in us; that our hearts, as David's was, be fixed always, that is, fittingly prepared and steadily resolved to thank and praise God. III. The same is true of foolish talk (Ephesians 5:4). Paul gives thanks and prays for the Ephesians - Ephesians 1:15-23. But you must, I hope, be satisfied that you owe God thanks for what men count small and everyday mercies; do you not also owe Him thanks for what they count evils? 5. "For all things." (3) It doth encourage our hope. We frequent it day and night; we are in it from infancy to old age. The last of the mercies I undertook to set before you is HOME. His queens are working women.II. And the stream that leapt and churned higher up, lay still as a sleeping child. )The music of the Christian lifeW. In his last moments he exclaimed two or three times, "Precious salvation!" We are born into it, we die in it. Besides, it ought to be evident, on the least reflection, that the common and daily benefits of life are usually the greatest and the most valuable in their nature. If Paul had just said, “Often giving thanks for most things,” it would have been more realistic and doable. 2. )Praise at all timesA. Rising far up in the marshy hollows of the mountains, it made its way by steep and frequent plunges to the sea. I can give thanks often and I can give thanks for most things. Sing hymns instead of drinking songs! 6. But here and there, in its descent, it came to solitary spots, quiet basins of stone, where all the hasting and furious turbulence was at an end. 18 Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. And yet, according to St. Paul, the need is the same in both cases; even our thanks must be offered up through Christ; we do not make God our debtor by such offerings; whether we ask or whether we pay tribute, it is we who are the gainers, and for both the one purpose and the other we need the righteousness of Christ, to make our approach to God's mercy seat acceptable.III. To open the duty. I am simply a member of the home circle, a citizen of "that country which every man loves." Since work implies service, it is a beneficent endowment that it is honourable. Ephesians 5:20: Thankfulness to God: J. Lathrop, D. D. Ephesians 5:20: Thanksgiving: W.F. )Varieties of praiseP. I proceed now to the third, THE CIRCUMSTANCE OF TIME ALLOTTED TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS DUTY, expressed by that universal and unlimited term, "always.". 1. "No," said he, "doctor, no. V. Robinson, B. A.Every Christian life is like a psalm. "For all things." 5. "All things." You are not only to worship Him on the Sabbath, but during the week: indeed, the week is to show in you what the Sabbath does for you. In our offices, workshops, and studies; at our crafts, domestic duties, and professional tasks, we are all supposed to have some employment. 4. "For all things" — for little mercies as well as great mercies — for the gospel first, but also for the humblest truth which enlarges the mind; for things in heaven and things on earth; for whatever is related to our growth and well-being; for the air we breathe, the water we drink, the fire which warms us, and the earth which is the bountiful food grower for us all. And yet, according to St. Paul, the need is the same in both cases; even our thanks must be offered up through Christ; we do not make God our debtor by such offerings; whether we ask or whether we pay tribute, it is we who are the gainers, and for both the one purpose and the other we need the righteousness of Christ, to make our approach to God's mercy seat acceptable.III. If God incessantly demonstrates Himself gracious unto us, we are in all reason obliged frequently to confess ourselves grateful unto Him. Fourth pair. David sang praises in the cave; Daniel, when the trap was set for his life, prayed and gave thanks three times a day as usual: and Jesus, when He would raise Lazarus, first lift up His heart in thanks to the Father; and before He went to supper, first sang a hymn. Thankfulness is the harmony between the deep sense of obligation, and the joy of perfect freedom.(W. It is a world whose courtesies are those of love. All the dispensations of God should be regarded as the acts of a Father, and therefore as demanding our thanks. It is a world whose courtesies are those of love. It occurred to him then to keep a day of thanksgiving and praise, and he had no sooner done it than relief was brought to him. At one point it came trailing down the face of the glistening rock behind; at another it tumbled and splashed in fantastic pools within its bed. And it finds a new call to its exercise in the fact, that the lesser gifts have their origin in the love which gave us the greatest, and came to us through that greatest Himself. Instructions for Christian Households. But here and there, in its descent, it came to solitary spots, quiet basins of stone, where all the hasting and furious turbulence was at an end. But again; St. Paul in the text gives a very wide range to thanksgiving, when he speaks of "GIVING THANKS FOR ALL THINGS." (2) Christ is the only Mediator to convey blessings to us and our services to God; for He is our High Priest and Intercessor. IV. But again; St. Paul in the text gives a very wide range to thanksgiving, when he speaks of "GIVING THANKS FOR ALL THINGS." But the difficulty would be diminished if we thought less of our own feelings and more of the gifts and deeds of God's goodness. Ephesians 5:15-20 A Melody in Your Heart. It is a school to instruct us in the knowledge of God. In themselves they are weak and polluted, but purified with His merits they rise with acceptance and find favour with God. Fresh blessings. A mother's love is a Jacob's ladder by which we ascend to the love of God. How necessary a duty it is appeareth because it prevents many sins. We have new life and hope only in Jesus, and we only come to know Christ through the grace of God in sending his Holy Spirit to us. 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