micah 6:8 sermon

December 12th, 2020

(Henry Melvill, B. D.)HumilityA question to which the text is an answer. It is very concrete, and it presents particular cases for the exercise of our virtue, and so our good intention counts for so little. And we know that God loves His people.3. A. (4)Deep distresses.We are to be humbled unto His sovereignty. There is a third thing beyond these, and that is to be gracious and merciful. There can be no mercy shown by one who is not just. Mercy in man is an affection by which he lays to heart the misery of another, and is disposed to relieve them. It is a strange expression, and the rendering in the margin of the Bible is stranger still: "Humble thyself to walk with God." If we walk humbly with Him, we shall own and feel that we have no claim upon God for anything we possess or enjoy.IV. To avoid confusion, however, I will call this "religionism," not "religion." Well, his employer, if he were a just man, in deciding whether to prosecute his clerk or not to prosecute him, would decide on the whole circumstances, and he would do what he thought best in the interests of the clerk. It enables us to know what we ought to be, and to be what we would wish to be.(F. It is greatness of power to be able to do this; and it is goodness of mind to perform it. (3) Walking with God is to walk always as under the eye of God. Walking is a social and friendly notion, and it is progressive and parallel, in a way of confirmity, not contrariety. The words of the text set forth no light affair for our performance. Keep the Golden Rule. Both step onward side by side. How prone men must have been to rest in the mere outward performances of some acts of worship or devotion, to the neglect of those substantial duties of justice, mercy, and true piety; or that purity of heart and life which God more especially requires in those that worship Him. (1) That our obedience be walking with God, it is required that we be in covenant with Him, and that the obedience be required in the tenour of that covenant. This means at least three things — reconciliation, affection, and intercourse.1. We have known much self-denial, and deadness to the world, and spirituality of devotion, and zeal for the glory of God and the welfare of others, in persons who may be said to be saved by hope, rather than confidence. The extenuating circumstances are a very real part of the action. Has He a right to require anything of you, if it should seem good to Him to do so?2. The glory of His kingdom; first, in its order and beauty; and secondly, in multiplying His subjects.This humble walking must certainly be the great and incomparable concernment of all those whose chief end is the advancement of the glory of God. The infinite, inconceivable distance we stand from Him. Taken simply by themselves, indeed, and apart from their prophetic use, they postulate the existence of God, and of a God whose character is the standard and rule of the justice and mercy we are bound to show. It is a strange expression, and the rendering in the margin of the Bible is stranger still: "Humble thyself to walk with God." Sinful man is naturally too proud to walk with God; he would rather be altogether independent and walk by himself. This can be proved by the design of the Christian religion; and by the structure and frame of it. (Henry Melvill, B. D.)HumilityA question to which the text is an answer. In the breast of every man God hath implanted a natural conscience. WHAT IS IT TO WALK HUMBLY WITH GOD?1. IN CONNECTION WITH DIVINE ORDINANCES. Doctrine — In revealing our duty to us, God exacteth nothing of man but what is good. fully sure that God will always — and in His gracious redemption most certainly of all — do justly.(T. (2)Constant abiding reverence of God will help the soul in this universal resignation and humbling of itself.This reverence of God ariseth from the infinite excellency and majesty of God and His great name. "Walk humbly with thy God." He never yet bade His servant to do His will, and withheld from him the power of doing it. What were man if gifts like these could give him peace? The very terms in which the requirement is made imply that the work is far from an impracticable one. We must know one another, we must love one another. (2) Those who have fled to the Cross for refuge will find in this verse a new incentive to holiness. Sundry ways whereby glory redounds to God by believers humbly walking with Him.1. C. Beeching.These words, written so many hundred years ago, come home to our hearts as freshly as if they had been spoken yesterday. He hath so ordered His dealings with our race, that obedience is the parent of peace, and disobedience of disquietude. A justice of vindication, to confirm our laws by inflicting such just penalties and restraints as some men's insolvencies have deserved. His disciples followed in His footsteps. (2)Sloth and neglect in the pursuit. They are after their revenge all the while. Man wants mercy because he has sinned, but this mercy has in it a power of putting away sin, of covering it, extinguishing it, — of transforming the creature, who was the subject and slave of it, into a new creature who can love mercy and do justly.3. We have known much self-denial, and deadness to the world, and spirituality of devotion, and zeal for the glory of God and the welfare of others, in persons who may be said to be saved by hope, rather than confidence. It is this which raises him to a height he had never dreamt of. A man may be unjust from the nature of the thing, as well as by the breach of any law or constitution. Another from the nature and reasonableness of the things required.(W. Consider the predicates or actions applied so each of these three terms. Spoke "face to face. But with regard to humbleness of mind, this is indispensable, — always, and in everything: and no progress can be made without it. And we should deal so with one another. By the inward dictates and motions of God's Spirit upon the minds of men.(J. If you perish through ignorance, it is because you prefer ignorance to understanding.II. It gives Him the glory of His justice.5. It would be interesting to know how far the one is the cause or the consequence of the other. The margin reads, "and to humble thyself to walk with thy God." Right is determined either by the proprietors, or by the magistrate, or by the voluntary agreement of persons that have power and interest. It gives us a sense of a personal relation to Him. The Lord requires thee to "do justly." Pride destroys and sours all the good, even of justice and mercy, that any man doth. WITH REGARD TO THE WHOLE OF OUR RECOVERY. Here we walk with God as our reprover and correcter; and if we walk humbly, we shall not charge Him foolishly; we shall not arraign His authority, or ask, What doest Thou?V. Walking is a constant progress. We are humble in ourselves only when we are walking with God. Its theology is the unveiling of the righteous Being to the heart and conscience of the only creature that is capable of being righteous, because of the only creature that is capable of departing from righteousness. The common epithet, or predicate, to all of them. Ten thousand rivers of oil? E. Light, M. Men think they must do something whereby to appease the God whom they have provoked. It is a compact summary of all social duty. He would have you like Him. We should see that the seeming impossibilities had been all of our own imagining. They would have a right to complain of us, and of the Bible, if we came and delivered to them a set of precepts — the best precepts in the world — and did not tell them whence they were to derive the strength for obeying the precepts. 8, marg. The philanthropist in the Church may be the screw in business. This can be proved by the design of the Christian religion; and by the structure and frame of it. What doth the Lord require of thee? As His absolute will is attended with power uncontrollable, so it is also with wisdom unquestionable. The greatest practical question man can ask is, How shall I live? Here we walk with God as our disposer and governor; and if we walk humbly, we shall hold ourselves at His control; we shall be willing that He should choose our inheritance for us. He is not more able by His wisdom, than willing by His indulgence and love, to instruct mankind in the way that is best for him. To act, speak, and to strive to think, fairly, honestly, towards all men. )The requirements of GodF. Four things require this humbling of ourselves. I mean, that justice and mercy are only two sides of the same thing. Ward. If action on a great scale were required of us, we should all give a judgment that would be admirably just. 1. it is a question well worth asking, Why are we so often ashamed to obey the promptings of God's voice speaking in conscience? Doctrine — In revealing our duty to us, God exacteth nothing of man but what is good. It is the right in every case. There are but few cases wherein the summum jus is required. T. Eaton, D. D. , LL. And you ought to comply at once, and fully.(W. The table of the law which instructs us in our duty to God is generally the first presented to us in Scripture. III. He who walks with God must be considered as living in the full consciousness that the eye of his Maker is ever upon him; that he cannot take a single unobserved step, nor do the least thing which escapes Divine notice. If we walk humbly with Him, we shall own and feel that we have no claim upon God for anything we possess or enjoy.IV. WITH REGARD TO OUR TRIALS. Experience shows that the priest is very prone to raise maxims of temporary expedience to the level of eternal laws; there fore the conscience protests against him. "The Lord."1. He takes us into their shops, and shows us the scant measure, the short weights, the false balances. ", --God said to him, "Show them the way they must walk.". ( T. Manton, D. D.)Humility before GodIn the evening of the morning that Gordon, When in Palestine, received a telegram from England, asking him to undertake a mission which he had all his life longed to undertake, he was found by a friend outside the city wall, kneeling in prayer. When remonstrated with on account of the place being dangerous from Arabs, he replied, "The telegrams from England this morning filled me with such elation. duct towards you, and especially in judging of their motives. God asserts them with respect to every intelligent being, and with respect to each the same. The fact is, that the nearer men are to God, the simpler becomes their religious life and their religious thought. Religionism, when it ends in opinions or observances, is worthless. It is this which raises him to a height he had never dreamt of. As we do, He will walk with us, to heaven! The enjoyment of Himself in this way of mercy and grace is that great reward of him that walks with Him. Whatever God has revealed is good. (4) His claims are impartial. Here, God is our teacher; and if, as learners, we walk humbly with Him, we shall east down imaginations and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of Christ; we shall sacrifice the pride of reason; and having ascertained that the Scriptures are the Word of God, and discovered what they really contain, we shall not speculate upon their principles, but admit them on their Divine authority.II. I said that these three qualities of courage, patience, and sympathy are necessary, whether the work that we have to do is an act of justice or an act of mercy. Or again, suppose that some one in our employment has abused our confidence. Sermon What God Wants For Christmas. WITH REGARD TO THE WHOLE OF OUR RECOVERY. What is that basis? Its sphere is principally not in the Church, but outside — in the world and in the home. (Dean Farrar. According to them, "he that doeth righteousness is born of God." Whatever God has revealed is good. II. Micah could fairly say this to every one in Israel; but much more forcibly should the words come home to us, who have heard the teaching and known the life of Jesus, Son of God, and yet Son of Man.I. Then how have we treated His claims? (2)Constant abiding reverence of God will help the soul in this universal resignation and humbling of itself.This reverence of God ariseth from the infinite excellency and majesty of God and His great name. The order and situation of the particulars. The Lord requires man to "walk humbly with Him." It is at last the manifestation to all nations of that original righteousness which had been the root of all righteousness in them; the manifestation of the Divine righteousness in a Man, who came into the world to reconcile men to His Father, that they might receive His Spirit, and be able to he just, as He is, — to do justly, as He does.2. We must know one another, we must love one another. It is very concrete, and it presents particular cases for the exercise of our virtue, and so our good intention counts for so little. To the law of His grace, and to the law of His providence. To whom God shows, and of whom He requires, these great lessons and duties. Walk with Him. The credit and authority of this Demonstrator, which makes His words, both for the truth and goodness of them, most worthy to be believed, received, and obeyed. (2) Oneness of design. (1)Let faith have its work. The instincts of our better nature should teach us to be merciful. The heresy of those who think to be justified by a faith which is a mere sentiment, and never does any works.(F. H. Worcester, D. D.)The great question of humanityJ. To walk with Him humbly and reverently, as He reveals Himself in the pages of His Word, and in the person and work of His Son, is the privilege of His believing children. The claims of justice are prior to the claims of mercy. It is to acknowledge God in adversity (1 Peter 5:6; Isaiah 57:15).(F. About this virtue of humility there is as much strife as about justice and mercy. If you walk with your God, you will walk much with His dear Son.7. Mercy is not necessarily loved when it is exhibited in its fullest, most perfect form, when it shows itself in the most gracious and serviceable acts. (1)Let faith have its work. Surely the great mystery of the religious life is this, that God can walk and talk with me as though He and I were the only beings in the universe. Everybody expects to be thus dealt with by others. The prophet discovers to such Persons their mistake. And then the man who would be just or merciful must have the power of putting himself in the place of another, and seeing the matter in all its circumstances from another's point of view; and that means that he must have a real interest in other people for their own sakes, and be able to understand them, and be able to see why they did what they did. What it is to walk with God. To say that God will walk with man is to clothe God with ineffable tenderness. The juncture of these three is inobservable, because they are inseparable where they are sincere. Here we walk with God as our helper and strength; and if we walk humbly, we shall be sensible of our insufficiency for all the purposes of the Divine life. --He just had faith, to go on. (3)Sudden alterations. I speak not of that humility which is woven into the character by artifice and cunning; but of that humility which is wrought in the inmost soul by the finger of God. Thus it is with us and the Lord, our Companion.(J. One can safely challenge the world to produce a single man who has fulfilled the whole of this counsel, apart from the shed blood and broken body of our Lord.(J. It is to acknowledge God in prosperity (Deuteronomy 8:12, etc.). A merciful man will be honoured by his fellows as long as aught of the Divine remains within humanity. That all which is to be looked for at the hand of God is upon the account of mere grace and mercy. It may be severe, it is never merciless. Consider them separately. "He hath showed thee, O man, what is good." J. Scott, M. A.I. By mercy God is, as it were, greater than Himself: a denier of Himself, and a sider with our interests. He is not more able by His wisdom, than willing by His indulgence and love, to instruct mankind in the way that is best for him. Every fragment of gospel - news of good, is news from God. It is to acknowledge God in prosperity (Deuteronomy 8:12, etc.). It goes into two words — Love: Serve. The man whose inward piety has not as yet transformed his outward life, is apt to slur over the words, "do justly." The prophet discovers to such Persons their mistake. "The Lord."1. Here is just the difficulty, this is the stumble at the start. Bailey, A. M.(ver. The claims of justice are prior to the claims of mercy. It may be said they have lost their religion, and with it all sense of justice, or, having lost all sense of justice, there is no groundwork or foundation for any religious principle to operate upon. God will not let His feeble child walk cheerlessly alone, far behind Him.IV. It is a universal good, not restricted to any class of persons, to the persons of any one age, or country, or locality. The doing of strict justice is sometimes most painful, but the work of mercy is ever a labour of love. WITH REGARD TO THE WHOLE OF OUR RECOVERY. D.)The justice of one man towards anotherB. (See for Scripture counsels and commands, Deuteronomy 16:19, 20; Psalm 82:3, 4; Exodus 23:3, 8; Leviticus 19:33, 34, 35, 36; Proverbs 20:14; Leviticus 19:11; Exodus 23:1.) Two cannot walk together except they be agreed. To act, speak, and to strive to think, fairly, honestly, towards all men. (Henry Melvill, B. D.)HumilityA question to which the text is an answer. It gives Him the glory of the doctrine of grace.2. The glory of His kingdom; first, in its order and beauty; and secondly, in multiplying His subjects.This humble walking must certainly be the great and incomparable concernment of all those whose chief end is the advancement of the glory of God. The question comes before us in a practical shape. Happy this humble walker with God! May God give us enough humility to accept His Almighty guidance through this world — humility enough to be on the lookout for the way that He has prepared for us to walk in; and may He give us all the courage and the patience and the sympathy necessary for our task whatever it may prove to be.(H. One's sense of justice may be perverted, and needs to be rightly educated; but it must be there, else there can be only vileness and corruption. Where justice and equity do not get place there will be nothing but fraud, and everybody will be insecure.3. Before we can walk with God, we must have met Him. These have to be made, can only be made, through the blood of atonement. Is justice, then, nothing in itself? A constant dependence on Him, and a looking for all from Him that we stand in need of in the course of our obedience. To live in the practice of justice and equity, will remove all suspicion of arbitrariness or self-will, will give a man heart's ease and satisfaction, and will render a man acceptable to. How then can man walk with God? There was a germ of truth in this thought (cf. "Love mercy." To do justly, there must be no extortion, no speculation, no forestalling, no monopoly, no oppression.3. To do justly, there must be no extortion, no speculation, no forestalling, no monopoly, no oppression.3. And then the man who would be just or merciful must have the power of putting himself in the place of another, and seeing the matter in all its circumstances from another's point of view; and that means that he must have a real interest in other people for their own sakes, and be able to understand them, and be able to see why they did what they did. To "do justly," etc., is only possible through repentance towards God, and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.I. The infinite, inconceivable distance we stand from Him. Mercy signifies Christian charity in its largest sense. There is a third thing beyond these, and that is to be gracious and merciful. Sometimes men reverse this a very little. To live in the practice of justice and equity, will remove all suspicion of arbitrariness or self-will, will give a man heart's ease and satisfaction, and will render a man acceptable to. This moral obedience is referred to three heads — do justly; love mercy; walk humbly with God. In order to do justly we should construe the conduct of others as we would have our own conduct construed by them. "The inhabitants have spoken lies, and their tongue is deceitful in their mouths." IN CONNECTION WITH DIVINE ORDINANCES. If mercy meets an unmerciful habit of mind in us, its works will be explained away. Indeed. Happily, our law courts are, on the whole, among our noblest institutions. Justice must be done as a task enjoined. The things mentioned in this text continue to all perpetuity. Note the sanctity of these grand demands. ( T. Manton, D. D.)Humility before GodIn the evening of the morning that Gordon, When in Palestine, received a telegram from England, asking him to undertake a mission which he had all his life longed to undertake, he was found by a friend outside the city wall, kneeling in prayer. The love of mercy gives an intensity to it. In science and in theology alike, we are recognising simplicity where we once imagined that there was wonderful complexity. Two things will follow being under the eye and control of God. It covers the whole ground. The theology of the Bible, then, explains its morality. The doing of strict justice is sometimes most painful, but the work of mercy is ever a labour of love. At the same time, hints of exilic and postexilic periods (e.g., rebuilding city walls; restoring national boundaries, 7:11) may reflect expansions of the text over the years in view of … Continue reading "Commentary on Micah 6:1-8" The text is literally, as margin, "Humble thyself to walk with thy God." For today I do not propose to consider with you the abstract question as to what justice is, a question first asked in one of the most fascinating books in the world, The Republic of , and often enough asked since. His conviction that he cannot come to God by any right or merit of his own. The third head regards the first table of the law.I. Hold Thou me up, and I shall be safe.VII. Religion is man's chief good. It would be if you took away its theology. There can be no walking with God, no communion with Him, till agreement be come to. He takes us into their shops, and shows us the scant measure, the short weights, the false balances. D.Here is the summing up of the law; these are the things which, if a man do, he shall live by them. God regards our offerings of atonement with exalted scorn. And never ask more than justice from others. Let the Giver be glorified in His gifts. Hold Thou me up, and I shall be safe.VII. ACQUAINTANCE MUST BE. To act, speak, and to strive to think, fairly, honestly, towards all men. The second requirement is, "to love mercy." Its sphere is principally not in the Church, but outside — in the world and in the home. Walking is a constant progress. Thy heart shall be constantly set on deeds of mercy, they shall be thy study; they shall be a delight unto thee.3. V. Anthony, D. D.Without controversy the highest, noblest element in man is his moral nature, with all that the word involves. (William Jay. and he will give you some elaborate, metaphysical definition. 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