He is as mighty now as He was then. from what quarter does He reach to us? He is as mighty now as He was then. True, it destroys, but it destroys only what we are better rid of Dead wood, broken branches, withered leaves, these He sweeps away as with a bosom. Symson.An argument to move God to teach him, because He is his God, and doth trust in none but in Him. He creates. If He be our God, where is His love and obedience? It calls for action, not passivity. But when Jesus saw it, He was greatly displeased and said to them, "Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of God. He is holy. He is compared to the wind, a mighty rushing wind. Faber. W. No one but God can teach us His will.3. Faber. : — I trust that we shall never fail to see that on God's good Spirit we are dependent for all good things, and that that Church is doomed to waste away to absolute nothingness and uselessness which does not draw its fresh supplies of strength each day and hour from God the Holy Ghost.I. (1)In Jesus Christ, as our Example. This man actually fled away to God. (1)In Jesus Christ, as our Example. The Holy Spirit may be compared to dew-cheering, beautifying, fertilizing. He is spoken of as a fire. “Teach me to do thy will” A Psalm of David. 'Tis He who quickens and illuminates, 'tis He who teaches and leads. "Thy Spirit is good." The will is to be done by men. How ought God's will to be done?(1)Thoughtfully.(2)Immediately.(3)Cheerfully.(4)Constantly.(5)Universally.(6)Spiritually.(7)Intensely.II. With whom is He associated? "Thou art my God."2. He is almighty; there is no limit to His power. Get into the draught of that wind, I beseech you, it is a trade wind that wafts us to our desired haven. He is spoken of as a fire. Want to use this image on your church's social media accounts? With whom is He associated? Amen. The subject was boring. God grades on a curve, but that curve is the shape of Mt. Humility, teachableness, sense of his own ignorance should characterize the Christian; as also the greatness and glory, the wisdom and power of Him who is his God. It calls for action, not passivity. This is why so many sermons are so ineffectual. )Thy Spirit is good.The good SpiritThomas Spurgeon. He knows the ills and difficulties of life, and He will help us to overcome them. Are we? You know that fire is a good servants, if a bad master, but the Holy Ghost as fire is good both as master and servant. The Spirit is omnipotent still. IN NOMINE JESU Today is a very special day in the life of this congregation. It needs to be answered. First, by this that he desireth God to teach him to do His will, because He was his God, we learn that it is not in our own arbitrament or choice to do God's will, but His special grace, who preventeth us by His favour, and becometh our God, and after frameth us to do His will and obey Him. )The doing of God's willF. In whatever form He works or acts upon us He is welcome. "Thy Spirit is good." by letting professions serve instead of practice! The Holy Spirit may be compared to dew-cheering, beautifying, fertilizing. Still He seals His saints, still He is the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry, "Abba, Father." The Holy Ghost is compared to a dove, that gentlest of feathered fowl. Our earthly fathers, so far as their judgment goes, give good gifts unto their children; our heavenly Father cannot fail even in His judgment.II. He is good because God is good.2. )The doing of God's willF. Now, the Holy Ghost is still engaged in this sacred service, creating, recreating, making hearts new, bringing chaos out of the void, brooding over the darkness and disorder and transforming them into brightness and beauty. David, before he prays for the removal of his trouble, prays for the pardon of his sin, and depends upon mercy alone for it. He is holy. It is answered. By Jesus Christ the world was made, and "without Him was not anything made that was made," but the Spirit co-operated with Him. This is why we are here in the Lord's house this morning: you, me, children of ALL ages, for we are all children of God. All that is sweet, and lovely, and pure, and of good report pertains to Him.III. He has implicit and unlimited confidence in God. Still He seals His saints, still He is the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry, "Abba, Father." "Thou art my God."2. )"Teach meA. In special cases, where much wisdom and judgment were required, the Holy Ghost was the Author of these good things. He is good because God is good.2. Symson. Obedience is superior to knowledge. )LinksPsalm 143:10 NIVPsalm 143:10 NLTPsalm 143:10 ESVPsalm 143:10 NASBPsalm 143:10 KJVPsalm 143:10 Bible AppsPsalm 143:10 ParallelPsalm 143:10 Biblia ParalelaPsalm 143:10 Chinese BiblePsalm 143:10 French BiblePsalm 143:10 German BiblePsalm 143:10 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)In every line of the Bible. As if David should say: Thou promised me help of Thy free favour, help me then in this my danger. In such guise He sat upon the heads of the disciples. How ought God's will to be done?(1)Thoughtfully.(2)Immediately.(3)Cheerfully.(4)Constantly.(5)Universally.(6)Spiritually.(7)Intensely.II. What He does, as well as what He is and whence He comes, substantiates this fact. True, it destroys, but it destroys only what we are better rid of Dead wood, broken branches, withered leaves, these He sweeps away as with a bosom. In special cases, where much wisdom and judgment were required, the Holy Ghost was the Author of these good things. They are better gone. This Spirit is good because He is the Spirit of God, He is God Himself. Learn more. What He does, as well as what He is and whence He comes, substantiates this fact. He is mighty, how mighty it is not for human tongues to try to say. The Holy Ghost is compared to a dove, that gentlest of feathered fowl. He is almighty; there is no limit to His power. What God hath done, God can do. (2)In sacred biographies. All that is sweet, and lovely, and pure, and of good report pertains to Him.III. He creates. He is holy. When we pray that men may do it, if we pray honestly, we mean that we are ready to do it. It is believed that he wrote this, the last of the so-called Penitential Psalms, as he fled from his son, Absalom, who tried to overthrow him. Spurgeon. He is spoken of as a fire. His very enemies declared that they could discover no sort of fault in Him.3. THE ANSWER.1. Now, Christ is good. The Spirit is omnipotent still. The Holy Ghost is compared to a dove, that gentlest of feathered fowl. Symson. In such guise He sat upon the heads of the disciples. In one clause, and again at the end, as if by a kind of after-thought, he asks for the removal of the calamities. how much we lose by not doing the things that we say! What God hath done, God can do. Help me to do Thy will, to take my stand, and say, 'As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.'" Still He seals His saints, still He is the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry, "Abba, Father." There is a reason for expecting it. He would seek to acquiesce in the will of God, who sometimes takes away temporal blessings that man's affections may be more completely fixed upon his Creator, and causes him to pass through the furnace of affliction that when he is tried he may come forth as gold (Job 23:10). Get into the draught of that wind, I beseech you, it is a trade wind that wafts us to our desired haven. 'Tis He who quickens and illuminates, 'tis He who teaches and leads. 5. LORD, hear my prayer, listen to my cry for mercy; in your faithfulness and righteousness come to my relief. He is true.5. How vast the dishonour done to God, when, with a perfect knowledge of duty, the man is neglectful of his privilege, and refuses the obedience which of right he owes to God l The possession of the knowledge will be but an aggravation of the offence. Whereby he would teach us two principal lessons. Is He not a good Spirit, then? He is spoken of as a fire. With whom is He associated? He is mighty, how mighty it is not for human tongues to try to say. Moreover He is spoken of as the Spirit of Jesus Christ, the Spirit of God's Son. Get into the draught of that wind, I beseech you, it is a trade wind that wafts us to our desired haven. He is spoken of as a fire. W. THE ANSWER.1. Symson. No one but God can teach us His will.3. Ever since reading this sermon by Spurgeon I have become more and more conscious of how the saints of Scripture prayed this way. "Thy Spirit is good." "Thou art my God."2. We shall be still surer of this fact, I hope, WHEN WE CONSIDER HIS ATTRIBUTES. Proceed, good Spirit, with this good work, till all things are made new. Symson. It is even now His blessed function to bear witness with our spirits that we are the children of God. We are straitened in ourselves. (Thomas Spurgeon. Symson.An argument to move God to teach him, because He is his God, and doth trust in none but in Him. ( C. H. He is compared to the wind, a mighty rushing wind. from whom does He proceed? The same truth is exhibited or rather illustrated by the VARIOUS EMBLEMS BY WHICH THE HOLY SPIRIT IS DESCRIBED IN THE WORD OF GOD. Then alone are we blessed. It is a blessed prayer. He felt that he was weak, and needed strength to do, as well as enlightening to know, God's will. Yes, for this reason the Church baptizes babies and teaches children. from whom does He proceed? He has not forsaken His task of comforting the sorrowful: He is to this day the Paraclete.IV. In whatever form He works or acts upon us He is welcome. He is the Spirit of burning. The will is to be done by men. Faber. Now, in order to this: 1. His very enemies declared that they could discover no sort of fault in Him.3. He is spoken of as a fire. (3)In every line of the Bible. He is gracious and gentle.3. He is almighty; there is no limit to His power. Let the jewels be set in gold. ( C. H. There is a better thing to ask than exemption from sorrows, even grace to bear them rightly. Help me to do Thy will, to take my stand, and say, 'As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.'" The Holy Ghost is compared to a dove, that gentlest of feathered fowl. W. THE GODLY MAN'S PRAYER. He is holy. Symson. Psalm 143 - [[A Psalm of David.]] (Thomas Spurgeon. He has not forsaken His task of comforting the sorrowful: He is to this day the Paraclete.IV. Let us both test and trust His power.2. Hence, as in the days of Noah, men went on in their wonted ways, although solemnly and repeatedly warned, until the Flood came and swept them all away. )The doing of God's willF. With whom is He associated? Secondly, that if He be our God, and we will call upon Him in our troubles, it were requisite we should frame ourselves to obey Him. : — I trust that we shall never fail to see that on God's good Spirit we are dependent for all good things, and that that Church is doomed to waste away to absolute nothingness and uselessness which does not draw its fresh supplies of strength each day and hour from God the Holy Ghost.I. By Jesus Christ the world was made, and "without Him was not anything made that was made," but the Spirit co-operated with Him. If David, mighty as he was, would be humble enough to bow to God's will and His teaching, then we, regardless of age or social standing, should imitate King David's faith and ask God to continue teaching us. He is compared to the wind, a mighty rushing wind. from what quarter does He reach to us? By Jesus Christ the world was made, and "without Him was not anything made that was made," but the Spirit co-operated with Him. He is wise.4. He is the Spirit of burning. There is no end to our learning the faith. By whom has He been sent forth to dwell amidst the Church, and in God's people's hearts? When we pray that men may do it, if we pray honestly, we mean that we are ready to do it. Whence is the Spirit? He is compared to the wind, a mighty rushing wind.
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