Newbolt. For love means, without any attempt at a definition, a giving out of self to God, to Man, to Nature. Humility and meekness are a sign of greatness; they show that we have at least an ideal. It is possible now, by God’s mercy, to be faithful; it is possible to pay our vows. Still one may suppose that the terms are here changed for good reason, inasmuch as Paul uses καρπός on the good side; and, as Ellicott remarks, even in Romans 6:21 it means, “what good result had ye in those things whereof ye are ashamed?” If, then, there be an intended distinction, what is it? What is it? II. https: Modesty we all feel the need of; vigilance we know is of the utmost importance; but recollectedness, perhaps, we are not so careful to cultivate as we ought to be. By faith we perceive the loveliness of this principle; by faith we are made appreciative of it and are filled with longing that we may overflow with it; by faith we are thus quickened into this new life of concord and amiability and good-will toward men, and hearty affection toward God. One other thought touching this matter of law as it relates to the fruits of the Spirit. This word, the Greek makarios, reveals much about some of the major sources of biblical joy. The difference may again happen by the Latin interpreter using two words to express one Greek word. Manning. ), As we do not keep tinder in every box in the house, so we do not keep the sense of anger in every faculty. BibliographyBeza, Theodore. "Commentary on Galatians 5:22". 1. The heavenly fruit in Galatians 5 is only produced in a person who is continuously being cleansed from all sin, and walking in fellowship with the Father. God never rested a law of His on force. Gentleness - Χρηστοτης· Benignity, affability; a very rare grace, often wanting in many who have a considerable share of Christian excellence. In their love for us they have passed out of the body; and we, too, in our love for them have passed out of the body. Just as children sometimes amuse themselves with painting, and some kind friend tells them that the result is good, meaning that it is good for them--so is all our work, only good for us; before it can be ]presented, it will need to be touched anew and remodelled by a Higher hand, and what is crowned will not be our merits but His gifts: And if all our life were known, all our thoughts, our meanness, our pettiness, our narrowness, where would satisfaction be? It is a delightful passion. Therefore it is that there is no law to some men. ), So peculiar is this blessing to the gospel, that Christ appoints it for the badge and cognisance by which they should not only know one another, but even strangers should be able to know them from any other sect and sort of men in the world. It is a rare thing with them. It has its seat in the heart, and pervades all the faculties and powers of the man. ), Temperance is the right handling of one’s soul. Does that invitation, “As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men,” find a response in our hearts? ), This is a rich coronet of graces, with which the apostle decks the character of the Christian believer. The objects on which it is exercised. And brightness not only makes a difference to our own lives, but also to the lives of other people, if instead of the creaking, groaning machinery, they have in its place the smooth, easy, joyous life before their eyes.. Benevolent people talk of brightening the homes of the poor, and it is a blessed work to attempt; but bright lives do a great deal to cheer and help all around them. A man with an evil disposition is a man whose moral structure inclines him toward evil; a man with a good disposition, on the other hand, is one whose moral structure inclines him toward good. With the exception of Jesus, who was a gift from above, there has been no perfect man on the earth. If the Spirit of God produces nothing but love in regeneration, then there is no ground for the distinction which is often made between regeneration, conversion, and sanctification. And this result would not be dependent upon any decision of your will, but would be the natural result arising from the workings of your nature. 1. 1. “Very good, sir.” The good men slept over it. In relation to the sexes, continence. 2. In that day, either lighten my burden, or give me strength to bear it.”, 4. (John Thornton. One man looks to the wine.cup and sees happiness in it. It is.not without repeated trials, sanctified by Divine grace, that we are brought to a more submissive spirit. ), “Why should Christians be such a happy people? https: And yet another way still to this end, is to accept humiliation. He learned all about ropes and rigging, and when he became old enough, about taking latitude and longitude. O, let it never be forgotten that without holiness no man shall see the Lord. Its origin is “the Spirit;” not man's spirit, or the new and better mode of thinking and feeling to which men are formed by the Holy Spirit (Brown), but the Holy Spirit Himself, the Author of all spiritual good. ), A loving wife, when her husband returns home from a far country, as soon as she is sensible of his approach or hears his voice, although she be ever so much engaged in business, or forcibly detained from him in the midst of a crowd, yet her heart is not withheld from him, but leaps over all other thoughts to think on her husband who is returned. Our hearts and minds are like an organ that God is willing to play upon, sends His heavenly organists to play upon, with the very music of heaven; but if the organ itself is out of tune, what becomes of the melody? It can stop, and go back and begin again; but it goes only to that limit; and when it has reached that, it has reached perfection. Descriptive of a state of mind and soul toward God and not man; 3. 1. It is not, like φιλεῖν , attachment to a person independently of his quality and created by close intercourse. "George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary". "Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament". 1. BibliographyCoffman, James Burton. He can. What shall we do to obtain this spiritual joy? If we have let the chords be broken, if we have suffered the instrument to get out of order, if the dust of the earth, the defilement of sin, and sinful affections, and the discord of a rebellious, selfish will are there, the master melodist of the choirs of heaven could not breathe harmony through it, nor could the angels sing with it. It is the whole philosophy of the Church. Race has contended with race, nation with nation. We could have been made more moderate if we had been made weaker; but we could not have been made more moderate and possessed the strength, the force, the impulsive and emotional energies that we do. First of all, as a preliminary step, we may place what we call “self-denial”--that sort of learning not to touch--the free, detached mode of walking through the world. Even in classical usage, however, the distinction between ἀγαπᾶν and φιλεῖν is often very subtle, and well-nigh impossible to express. Sometimes we ourselves have wondered why in God’s good providence we are given a work to do which is a special temptation to us. First of all, here is the relation of the soul with God Himself: Love is that which unites us with God; joy, which means the thanksgiving and the consciousness of God’s infinite goodness, in which we live and mote; peace, whereby we are at rest with God, and in ourselves, and with all mankind. https: Galatians 5:22(NASB) Verse Thoughts. Some take the Spirit as they take medicine; it creates a disturbance in order to cure. The remainder of the list, it will be seen, is made up of those delicate and fragile forms of virtue which the ordinary course of society is least likely to foster. You cannot coerce the growths of nature. Charles Schribner's Sons. Then lay down yourself some strong rules upon the subject, and pray that you may remember those rules and keep them. (H. W. In like manner, many a weak brother might be set right, if we only came to his help in the right way and with kindly advice. Geologists tell us that the calm and silent influence of the atmosphere is a power mightier than all the noisier forces of nature. 1. They who heard Him speak heard the law speak; hence the people recognized that He spake as one having authority--a crude, popular way of expressing a sublime perception only dimly sensed. (John Thornton. Beveridge. It is therefore here not merely nor prominently Mitfreude, joy in the happiness of others (Grotius, Zachariae, Stolz, Koppe, Borger, Winer, Usteri, Hofmann), nor joy as opposed to moroseness (Calvin, Michaelis), though these aspects or manifestations are not excluded. But goodness is not one emotion, nor a single element of character, nor a particular state of being, nor any one habit of disposition. He is not a power that is remote, foreign, arbitrary; He is a power that is nigh, that is native, and whose workings are co-operative with our faculties. Publicity is always dazzling, sometimes it is fatal. You will see it in a greatsouled man. The fruit only sits regent; it is the final result--the perfect; thing. While φιλεῖν contemplates the person, ἀγαπᾶν contemplates the attributes and character, and gives an account of its inclination. Spurgeon. Certain general principles which guide a Christian man’s conduct. It is love in all its depths, and all its delicacy. Be filled with the Spirit. These three alone lead life to sovereign power; Would come uncalled for), but to live by law, And because right is right, to follow right, Were wisdom, in the scorn of consequence.”, Is not this true temperance, the moderating, the regulating, the due admixture, as time and season require, of all that goes to make up life; so much pleasure, so much pain, so much work, so much recreation; memory, imagination, body, soul, and spirit--all contributing, and nothing in excess, μηδὲν ἄγαν And the words quoted above may surely give us a good analysis of the formation of temperance, “self-reverence,” this may well be the first element; reverence even for the less comely parts of our nature. These are three principally--, 2. ), is sanctified imagination; it is having the horizon above the world; it is believing that there are things that have no mortal forms, in a future, in a whole assembly of intelligence above your head; it is having a life hereafter, a greater life than this. Self-knowledge is all-essential, as showing US what we can do and what we cannot do, and in helping us to gauge all those delicate tendencies which are latent in us from heredity, or pass into us from environment and which in themselves go to make or mar the man. But this is not all. Nature, dumb and blind, with her lizards, and stones, and thousand accumulations of matter, never thought anything like that. Bear with your household and you will conquer if you suffer long enough. 4. Joy contrasts with apathy, gloom, remorse, etc. Where others weep, I have found laughter; where others fear, I have found strength. A good man put this among his daily prayers: “Lord, teach me the art of patience while I am well, and the use of it when I am sick. We will he braced so as to resist all pressures. This chapter contains a discussion about circumcision and the allegory of the "Fruit of the Holy Spirit". Let us show by what means peace is enjoyed and preserved in the conscience. See Tittmann, Synon. How, then, do we recognize the reality of such a Divine life? These are the men who look to the Spirit of God only, as the source of all that is good and great as the living fountain of love, as their only stay and prop, as the Author and Finisher of all real schemes of benevolence; they are men, in short, whose help and trust are placed in God alone. It is the glory of the Christian character that in it, through the work of the Spirit, is generated strength to bear all things and hope all things. 3. Find a hospital, or an asylum for the widow or for the orphan. If a spiritual grace be a mysterious something, which has no test save our individual feeling, it may be an imagination. Spiritual joys are sweeter than others, better than wine (Song of Solomon 1:2). 7. εἰρήνη—“peace” with God primarily, and peace within them; and not simply so, but concord-peace with those around them. I shall address those who possess not, but desire that joy which is the fruit of the Spirit. Galatians 5:22-23 22. but the fruit of the [Holy] Spirit [the work which His presence within accomplishes] is love, joy (gladness), peace, patience (an even temper, forbearance), kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23. Looked at in this light the value of, law cannot be over-estimated. Can the deeps of humiliation, the tears of penitence, and the toils of zealous, unabated exertion, be consistent with comfort and joy? Observe, 2. “His way!” Sanctifying work equally requires a gentle hand. V. Hidden the character of Christ, and misrepresented the character of God. https: V. Be gentle, and like the gentle horse all work will be easy. love of the Spirit, Romans 15:30. χρηστότης (kindliness, Colossians 3:12 note). 2. It is the result of many causes. ), I have seen the Christian man in the depths of poverty, when he lived from hand to mouth, and scarcely knew where he should find the next meal, still with his mind unruffled, calm, and quiet. Spiritual JOY is from the Lord, and gives strength and rejoicing, even in the midst of problematic and painful circumstances, while spiritual PEACE is inner tranquillity and godly composure, that is free from anxiety through faith in God's Word. Not only so, but I can produce life. Just listen to the text. There is a noble kind of freedom invariably attending Christian temperance. 1. The opposite: ἀγριότης, Plat. Also, it is a commandment to the church of all ages that they shall "let the word of Christ dwell in you richly" (Colossians 3:16). Is it of the soul? This is called the fruit of the Spirit, in opposition to hatred, variance, emulations, wraths, strifes, etc., which are reckoned among the works of the flesh. Mem. And he realizes the affirmation contained in the question of the Saviour when He exclaimed: “Is not the life more than meat, and the body more than raiment?” And thus were they enabled to endure the deprivation without murmuring. Much less can men be coerced into love, joy, peace, etc. The whole thing would be a sham. Above all, we shall guard against flippancy, the coarsest form of the ungentle spirit; that flippancy which displays itself in an irreverent treatment of Revelation in the hasty criticism, or cheap jest; in the light handling of history, which parodies great scenes of national calamity or great moments of political life; in the vulgar profanity which insults nature, or degrades self. ), He that hath peace with God, is armed cap-a-pi: he is covered from head to foot in a panoply. 4. We do not live by the laws of our land. Ah! In Christian life the loving, joyous, peaceful, etc., will make the most harmonious and orderly Church. A meek man will not rekindle the dying embers of resentment, by lending his breath to blow them, much less add fuel to heighten the flame. It is native to every clime and coexistent with every age. The idea of endurance is that which gives emphasis to the word. Broadman Press 1932,33. God candies our wormwood with sugar. 2. The meek man bears himself mildly; submissively; in all things, “like a weaned child;” neither arraigns God, nor avenges himself on man. Not otherwise but by faith and repentance being grafted into the stock of Christ Jesus. It is the very nature of Divine grace to inspire a humble and holy confidence. And what a perspective of possibility is opened up to him who accepts this sublime and most encouraging view! How many a man has surmounted apparently insuperable obstacles, because joy has whispered to hope, and hope has said, “It can be done.” And a second characteristic will be brightness. VI. Gentleness has reference to the demeanour of a Christian. Galatians 5:22, NIV: "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness," Galatians 5:22, ESV: "But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, … (Archbishop Tillotson. 1871-8. Long-suffering is an element of character. I. I shall define Christian patience, or show what it is. And the joy which the Spirit gives to us comes as the outgrowth of a cause or causes that He has implanted within our bosoms. (A. Maclaren, D. D.), And all things are possessed with the spirit of giving, Flowers spend their strength that they may make the air fragrant; fountains become streams, that they may water the valleys; trees give us foliage, blossom, fruit, and beauty; the clouds weep over us, swell, dissolve, and give themselves away; the distant heavens send down their light; the universe is instinct with the free, generous, glowing spirit of love. How many appear actuated in all they do by the hateful principle of pride. But the fruit of the Spirit - Both flesh - the sinful dispositions of the human heart and spirit - the changed or purified state of the soul, by the grace and Spirit of God, are represented by the apostle as trees, one yielding good the other bad fruit; the productions of each being according to the nature of the tree, as the tree is according to the nature of the seed from which it sprung. It can also be seen as we study the nature and doings of man. “Living in the flesh” means living independently from the Lord and relying on one’s self, or living only by our human effort. Humboldt says that the copper-coloured native of Central America, far more accustomed than the European traveller to the burning heat of the climate, yet complains more when upon a journey, because he is stimulated by no interest. xviii. Let it, then, be your care to avoid those causes, which stir up your proud and angry passions. He views the Lord as his portion, and sets his affections on things above. Yet we are brought into circumstances where every vengeful passion plays, and threatens to supersede all our grace. “Numbers,” says he, “of these people are brought to a strict compliance with the rules of morality and sobriety, and to a conscientious performance of the external duties of Christianity, without their having been frequently inculcated upon them, and the contrary vices particularly exposed. And here we remember that the fruit of the Spirit is faith or faithfulness; it is a gift of God. The graces themselves. ἐγκράτεια] self-control, that is, here continence, as opposed to sins of lust and intemperance. 1887. Under such circumstances men do right, not because the way of doing right is laid down before them. The absolute necessity of the Divine Spirit’s influence. faith — “faithfulness”; opposed to “heresies” [Bengel]. So out from the cacophony of harsh and ugly affections and passions the text modulates into the very melody and music of religion. In not fretting against evil-doers. ΄ακροθυμία—“long-suffering” (longanimitie, Rheims)-is opposed to shortness of temper- ὀξυθυμία, Eurip. He knows the solid excellency of Divine realities. God took some of them, out of Fatherly fear, perhaps, that the earth might soil them. (John Thornton. God does not begin at the outside, at the circumference, but with the heart. It ariseth from the feeling of some good. And you perceive that my answer is the right one. Oh! Christian hands must not wield the sword of vengeance and anger. And we remember again how, in earthly matters at all events, we pride ourselves on keeping our word. ), The farthest that any of the philosophers went in the discovery of blessedness was but to come to that--to pronounce that no man could be called blessed before his death; not that they had found what kind of better blessedness they went to after death, but that still, till death, they were sure every man was subject to new miseries, and interruptions of anything which they could call blessedness. Grace has not its perfect work here: and yet the conversion may be genuine. This is reality. That it is only a temporary residence; 2. See Romans 5:1, and the notes there. Ep. Let us remember this. Salvation is just the start of a new believer’s beginning. Who was Wilberforce--and who are those upon whom his mantle has fallen, the men that give tyranny no rest, and count no sacrifice too great “to break the staff of the oppressor, and let the prisoner go free?” In all cases the answer is the same. That its pursuits are chiefly valuable because they educate us. In the baptismal vow there is the promise to renounce, the promise to believe, and the promise to do certain things. It is strong enough to be resistful, and is essentially independent. This joy, likewise, which is the produce of the Spirit, lies in spiritual things, and arises from an apprehension or good hope of interest in them, as justification, pardon, peace, adoption, and eternal glory; and is peculiar to such who have the Spirit, for a stranger intermeddles not with this joy, nor can he form any judgment of it, and is even unspeakable by the believer himself. ), We live in the fall of the leaf; divers trees did put forth fair blossoms, but their flattering spring is turned into an unfruitful winter; and their clear mornings have been overcast with the thickest clouds. But as for sins and vices, it is not so with them: they are not only distinct in their hinds, natures, and definitions (for so are virtues too), but they may also be divided from one another, and parted asunder in respect of the subject wherein they are we are told (and if we were not told it, we could not but see reason enough in these times to believe it) that a man may hate idolatry, a work of the flesh; and yet love sacrilege well enough, a work of the flesh too. Placed first, because Augustine says rightly of sanctification: Charitas inchoata, inchoata justitia est; charitas provecta, provecta justitia est; charitas magna, magna justitia est; charitas perfecta, perfecta justitia est (De Nat. It was for the enlargement of your faith that history was called into existence to record the birth of the world and the creation of man. 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