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It was necessary in these days at Ephesus. Thirdly, for the work itself, and that in sundry respects. God out of Christ is an idol, as to any true adoration of Him, or religious service exhibited to Him. For instance, as I grew up, without realizing it, I began to walk like my father. M. They were his grounds that brought forth so plentifully. NIV, Beautiful Word Bible Journal, Romans, Comfort Print. People have cause to look to it that they do not frustrate the labours of the ministers by losing those doctrines and instructions which are tendered unto them. Do not suppose it is all right with you, because you are comfortable and at ease, but suspect yourselves. (5)The motives of Christian obedience.2. Pay perpetual attention to the motives by which you are governed — to the ends you have in view, to the plans you are laying — see that they are all in accordance with God's truth and will; see that they are such as become the disciples of Christ; see that you are "walking worthy of the vocation wherewith you are called." namely, of joy and rejoicing. What, then, have we obtained by flight? He had done his part already with them, and now does but provoke them to make good use of what they heard from him and to put those his doctrines into practice. The warning is against needless progress, a progress that is suicidal and unworthy the name, the impulsiveness and the haste that ignore all the restraints of reason. Stowell, M. A.It will not do for the sailor, however many dangers he may have passed safely through, or however far he may have advanced upon the voyage, to become unwatchful. The great fact which is fundamental to the gospel, and animates the faith of the believer, is that "Jesus Christ is come in the flesh." He was offered his life if he would just say, "Caesar is Lord," and fling a few grains of incense on the altar. Now, no attentive reader of the New Testament can fail to see that that on which stress is everywhere laid in this respect is Christ's offering Himself as a ransom and sacrifice for men. I have but one answer to give. They have God to judge them, but they have not God to save them. He has taken our sins upon Him, and by His obedience unto death hath removed the obstacle which our sin placed in the way of our acceptance with the Father. Be vicious, and viciousness may go down as an heirloom in half a hundred families; be inconsistent, and enmity to the gospel may be propagated over a parish; give occasions of offence, and many may fall; those who are entering in the narrow way may be discouraged, and those who have already entered may be made to stumble. ITS POSSIBLE EFFACEMENT. That it is with something he must appear is a settled point; the only question is, What shall that be? Paul speaks (Galatians 6:3) of a man's character as being his "own work." We doubt not it was a religious joy. We know too well there may be a scriptural creed without real piety; but it does not appear how there can be the latter where faith in the gospel is entirely wanting. You can recollect how careful and anxious you were not to offend — how you studied to know the will of God in all things. There is a looking to ourselves that is wrong, which we are to be careful to avoid, and which we are bound to overcome. So that those who deny the doctrine of Christ, they have not God. (1) You have tremendous responsibilities. Mar 17, 1985. The rich farmer held the same doctrine about self-care. We might have stayed the torrent of vice and ungodliness; we might have turned some sinners from the error of their ways. His soul cries out after a Living, a Personal, an Incarnate God. That we may do with joy and not with grief.(T. St. John before said, "that there were many deceivers entered into the world"; adds presently, "Look to yourselves," as a caution very fitly consequent upon that intimation; where there are cheaters and cutpurses in the crowd people have need to look to their pockets. Let us avoid those connections which would lead to the adoption of erroneous principles. Every one that impartially reads the Scriptures must see how decidedly they speak of the really Divine character of our Lord Jesus Christ, and of the cause and design of those sufferings which He endured in our world; also the weight and value that are attached to those subjects, and our reception in a believing manner of those Divine representations.II. But, though reason cannot discover this, the history of man's efforts after a religion give ample proof that this is a felt necessity of the human soul. His soul cries out after a Living, a Personal, an Incarnate God. How can the finite enter into relation with the Infinite? First, a fulness of sufficiency. The only way not to partake in other men's sins is not to sin yourselves. A more blessed kind of life no man can conceive; and that becomes our kind of life, according as we crush out the disposition to regulate our ways in independence of Christ, and pour our hearts upon Him in continuous trustfulness.(R. What, then, are we to understand by "looking to ourselves?" Those which are subject to very much hazard, they had need to take very much heed. THE WROUGHT WORK OF OUR SPIRITUAL STATE. These words of St. John are, indeed, precisely parallel to what our Saviour says in regard of a prophet. There he would expect to find that humbleness of mind, that holy walking, that devotedness of heart and life to God, and that active piety which so finely illustrate the gospel. I have to begin again!" Religion is social and communicative. B. Foster.This is a glorious subject! And the only answer he has been able to find to this is that which tradition has handed down from the earliest times, namely, sacrifice — in which the offering up of an animal to the Deity was an acknowledgment that the sin of man deserved death, and a petition that a substitute might be accepted for him. He would also expect to have an interchange of feeling on the sublimest and most interesting of all subjects, relative to the redemption of the world by the Lord Jesus Christ, and to find in the hearts of all in that family a response to what he felt in his own, in reference to the progress then making or made of the gospel in the world by the instrumentality of his fellow apostles; and thus heart would kindle heart, and Christian, holy fellowship would produce joy with which a stranger to such themes could never intermeddle. So far as the truth which is held in their minds, and the convictions which stir their conscience, and the principles which rule their life, are due to the fidelity of the minister of Christ, to that extent their spiritual state is the wrought work of the Christian teacher. )Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ. What thoughts and feelings have you concerning Christ? Thirdly, conference and holy communion. So that those who deny the doctrine of Christ, they have not God. This must arise either from their disbelieving the word of God, or because, irrespective of its testimony, they form their judgment from their own inability to feel any pleasure in it. This is so much the more grievous as it is the less thought of and expected; for these persons which we have now mentioned, they make a full account they have God whatever they have else. It is prescribed. H. Spurgeon.When a man is known to suffer from a sadly contagious disease none of his friends will come near the house. The sum of all is this, that he that hath not both, hath neither; and he that hath one, hath both. Love makes obedience easy, and duty delightful. We have not grace from the Spirit immediately but from the Spirit in reference to Christ. (1) The wrought work of God. This is that which belongs to all Christians. The original word means simply teaching, and it embraces all kinds and matters of teaching — the assertion of facts, the elucidation of beliefs, as well as the affirmation and proof of dogmatic propositions. There is not more deceitfulness and malice in Satan and his instruments than there is likewise naturally in our own hearts to yield and comply with them; therefore we had need to look to ourselves. God has given His Son to die for you. We are now upon very good terms which we may rest upon. Life is uncertain; with it ends the day of grace. 2. But the principle which pervades this saying of Christ is not limited in its operations; and, if one application of it be encouraging, another may be alarming. That was his theology — to burn for Christ, to be faithful unto death. Secondly, the dignity of it; there is somewhat also in that. 2. Spurgeon. His heart, doubtless, was full of what concerned the fruits of his ministry in the Church of Christ; of what he had seen and heard, of the results of his long-continued and laborious exertions for the salvation of men; of his own feelings and prospects in his advanced stage of life, and of his cheering hopes of soon being in a better world, where he would have a sight of Christ. Even the valuable old pictures will decay unless they are protected from the ravages of time. There John expected to witness Christian order and decorum, reciprocal proofs of affection, and lovely demeanour. Thirdly, by mere carelessness and neglect. "If ye love me," said our Lord, "ye will keep my commandments." This is the return they make for the hospitality they have received. These anti-Christian gnostics were advanced thinkers; the gospel was all very well for the unenlightened, but they knew something higher. M. Gibbon.The man who comes to undermine men's faith in Christ is on an evil errand. In the department of Christian service similarly, most men will agree that the best human qualifications for doing it well are not over-eagerness, still less backwardness, but steady earnestness or well-controlled zeal. The latter is, perhaps, better. 2 John 1:6 And this is love, that we walk according to His commandments. Sin is as infectious and far more deadly than the smallpox or fever.(C. Note how beautifully this venerable and ripened servant of God, who stood prominent among the twelve, and who was now, we have every reason to suppose, a hoary-headed soldier in the army of Christ; look how he, with all humility, brings in himself; how he slips out of the address to others into an address that includes himself. This shows the fondness and vanity of those therefore which will deprive themselves of it; seeing it is a full reward, who would then not be partaker of it, and especially lose it for the want of a little care and heedfulness about it? Let us avoid those connections which would lead to the adoption of erroneous principles.(R. Selfishness — the looking to ourselves, keeping always in view what we think is for our own personal interest or advantage — is one of the surest signs of a worldly and unbelieving mind. The best of mortals had failed in the attempt to do so, and the gods were too far off, and too unsympathetic, to undertake the task. The spirit of comfort, it is of His sending and comes from Him. But with such teaching no sympathy can be found in the Bible. Remember that there are enemies ready to despoil you of your precious experience.3. Who shall bring God nigh to him? Can any man in a world like ours, with a mind like ours, and Satan's machinations ever against him, declare he is not in danger "of losing what he hath wrought"?III. The deceivers did not speak that spiritual language. and what by "losing those things which we have wrought "? Can these lines of heavenly beauty and Divine truth, traced by the finger of God, be so crossed and counter-marked as to present nothing but a mass of senseless hieroglyphs? Be vicious, and viciousness may go down as an heirloom in half a hundred families; be inconsistent, and enmity to the gospel may be propagated over a parish; give occasions of offence, and many may fall; those who are entering in the narrow way may be discouraged, and those who have already entered may be made to stumble. What a sad and bitter thought — "I have lost all.! They are accommodating, because it has no backbone. God out of Christ is an idol, as to any true adoration of Him, or religious service exhibited to Him. Do you never let slip an opportunity of reproving vice, of recommending virtue? In mercantile phrase, as has been well said, it would be to endorse his false doctrines; and the day of reckoning shall come. "Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God." We begin with the first, viz., the negative, "Whosoever transgresseth and abideth," etc., which is a censure of all such persons as do withdraw from the doctrine of Christ. )That we lose not those things which we have wrought.The wrought work of the Divine Spirit within the soulW. 5And now I beseech thee, lady, not as though I wrote a new commandment unto thee, but that which we had from the beginning, that we love one another. "The children of thine elect sister greet thee." H. WHAT THE APOSTLE DOES AS EXPRESSIVE OF HIS REGARD. "Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God." Note how beautifully this venerable and ripened servant of God, who stood prominent among the twelve, and who was now, we have every reason to suppose, a hoary-headed soldier in the army of Christ; look how he, with all humility, brings in himself; how he slips out of the address to others into an address that includes himself. That it avoids on the one hand presumptuous positiveness concerning everything, and on the other the faltering that turns religious conviction and obligation into matters for compromise, is in itself a sufficient, but far from the only, commendation. How much trouble might parents not save their children in after years by a little plain speaking, dictated, not by the desire to assert authority, but by simple affection! The apostle, as he would not have them to frustrate his labours towards them, so neither their own labours to themselves. )Danger of inattention"Her pilot was asleep below" is given as the simple and sufficient explanation of the disaster that happened to the steamer Montana, which was grounded and wrecked upon a rock off the English coast. "That we receive a full reward." B. 6And this is love, that we walk after his commandments. But they have not God as a God in covenant. )That we lose not those things which we have wrought.The wrought work of the Divine Spirit within the soulW. Certain kinds make use and abuse of this resemblance to introduce themselves fraudulently into its nests, and to deposit their eggs therein. But that is not all. Do you never, when you have given an opinion on points of difference between men of the world and disciples of Christ — do you never lean to the side of the world, because not honest enough to despise the risk of giving offence? Look to yourselves, that ye lose not the spirit of secret prayer, and proper seasons for attending to it. But the teaching of the verse applies quite as much to personal religious life as it does to service or to opinions; and what it urges as the condition of swift progress to the highest spiritual attainments, is that the spirit and the life should be, as it were, ringed round with the teaching of Christ, never advancing far forward from the neighbourhood of Him, never drifting far behind, but keeping day by day as closely as possible within the circle which His influence fills. Now therefore let us be careful to put this caution in practise; losses are for the most part unacceptable. W. Moss.This ninth verse appears to contain one of the counsels that occurred to the apostle, as he thought on the one hand of youthful impulsiveness and love of novelty, and on the other of the fascinations that are wont to attach to dubious doctrines and to evil deeds. Did he not use all the persuasion of his soul to lead her and her children to the truth?2. Some copies read, "That we love not," etc. Never hearing any distinct ideas in regard to the person and work of the Redeemer, the people come to regard them as matters of "doubtful disputation," if not as positively unscriptural.Lessons —1. Your body and its interests, what you call Number One, is really Number Two: the soul is most important. )The contagion of evil to be avoidedC. These anti-Christian gnostics were advanced thinkers; the gospel was all very well for the unenlightened, but they knew something higher. First, in point of knowledge. And let us take heed for others, because if we lose the "things which we have wrought" we shall also fail in the "recompense of the reward." Look to yourselves. The "elect lady" alone knew the significance of the words "which we have wrought." )Face to faceJ. Secondly, the argument whereupon the caution is urged, or the matter wherein to be exercised. And thus has He made atonement for us. Stowell, M. Those which are subject to very much hazard, they had need to take very much heed. He would be insignificant who could only destroy his own soul; but you are all, alas! Some one of heavenly birth must come, and He came, who would unite in Himself power, wisdom, love, goodness, holiness, and method, at once both Divine and human. I might here also further seasonably observe, that God will make use of ourselves in our passage to heaven. Alexander, D. D.)"Whosoever goeth onwardCambridge Bible for Schools.(R.V.) Dives quite believed in taking every care of himself. That is, he is reckoned by others to be in partnership with him. A. A friend, in proportion to the purity and spiritual intensity of his love, will discern faults and weaknesses and dangers which, for friendship's sake, he must not wink at. THE OBLIGATION OF MUTUAL LOVE. But the principle which pervades this saying of Christ is not limited in its operations; and, if one application of it be encouraging, another may be alarming. Alexander D. Martin. First, by fraud and circumvention. In mercantile phrase, as has been well said, it would be to endorse his false doctrines; and the day of reckoning shall come. Secondly, the persons they work for, and that is the church and people of God (Ephesians 4:12). Check out these helpful resources Biblical Commentary Sermons Children’s Sermons Hymn Lists. )Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ. I might here also further seasonably observe, that God will make use of ourselves in our passage to heaven. - Webster's BibleThe love of which I am speaking consists in our living in obedience to God's commands. 2 My dear children, I write this to you so that you will not sin. Can these lines of heavenly beauty and Divine truth, traced by the finger of God, be so crossed and counter-marked as to present nothing but a mass of senseless hieroglyphs? ; and secondly, in the affirmative, "But that we receive a full reward." Thirdly, take it as to the reward; they are losers of what they have wrought as to this likewise. Here is the misery of all unregenerate persons; these come under this censure likewise, who though they should hold this doctrine in judgment, yet deny it in affection and practice; forasmuch as they do not submit to the power and efficacy of it. He had done his part already with them, and now does but provoke them to make good use of what they heard from him and to put those his doctrines into practice. Christ is the sole remaining hope of the world. They were his grounds that brought forth so plentifully. First, a fulness of sufficiency. )Danger of inattention"Her pilot was asleep below" is given as the simple and sufficient explanation of the disaster that happened to the steamer Montana, which was grounded and wrecked upon a rock off the English coast. Look to yourselves, that ye lose not those vivid and vigorous impressions of Divine truth, which marked the early part of your Christian career.3. The latter is, perhaps, better. Brodie, M. A.I. Look to yourselves, that ye lose not those gracious principles which seemed to be planted in your hearts by the Holy Ghost (Hebrews 2:1; 1 Corinthians 15:1; 2 Corinthians 6:1).2. Those that think to come to God upon the terms of nature and common providence they will have little comfort in such approaches; for God considered out of Christ He is a consuming fire. I could tremble at being told, "Every man shall bear his own burden" — at hearing, "So, then, every one of us shall give account of himself to God"; but I do not apprehend all the awfulness of appearing at the tribunal of the Most High till I ponder this assertion of St. John, "He that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds." And this is true in this present world. Time seemed to stand still. 2 John 12 Ver. What fervour of first love filled your hearts! People have cause to look to it that they do not frustrate the labours of the ministers by losing those doctrines and instructions which are tendered unto them. The genuine evidence of affection is not profession, but obedience; not words, but deeds. As a child I remember that the most difficult part of Christmas was simply waiting for it to come. We begin with the first, the CAUTION in its general and indefinite proposition, "Look to yourselves." The delicate tints and scents of nature cannot be supplied by the most practised hand in art, so as long to deceive. Sermon Series: Intelligent Church. There is many a jewel which is lost thus for want of due and proportionable care in him that has it. He that abides not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ. Do not suppose it is all right with you, because you are comfortable and at ease, but suspect yourselves. And that for this reason especially, forasmuch as they may not always have other helps near unto them. This is true both in regard of the object of worship, as also in regard of the medium. That we are what we are is due to the working of the Eternal Father in all His providential ruling, and of the Divine Son in His special redemptive work in this world: but more particularly to the working of the Holy Spirit in His direct and immediate action on the heart. God has given His Son to die for you. That the principle admits of this application is but too clearly proved by our text. The second is in regard of judgment. Men may take pains in a thing of nought. It is the first wheel that turns the whole soul about."(R. Dives quite believed in taking every care of himself. I am, however, posting this one with the permission and encouragement of Janice, Brian’s mother. The man who hangs back, permitting his convictions to become indefinite, and his sense of duty to die down into silent weakness, must in reason hold himself responsible for so much of the evil in the world as is done, because he provides the opportunity, or at least removes the hindrance. But that is not all. There is no salvation out of Christ (Acts 4:12). If a man will watch his house, how much more should he watch his soul? For is it not the case that we are influenced by the words we speak?(T. Life is uncertain; with it ends the day of grace. "He that is a righteous man shall hold on his way, and he that hath clean hands shall wax stronger and stronger." You have a priceless treasure; your soul. The wife of the late Rev. Horton, D. D.)Self-preservationThe Christian Herald.1. These words of St. John are, indeed, precisely parallel to what our Saviour says in regard of a prophet. 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