They maintain that there only the blood of Christ avails; and they teach, that after baptism, God is not otherwise reconciled than by satisfactions. , identified in thought with the blessed nature and substance of God himself. There is no vat of actual blood into which our bodies or souls are plunged. 1 John 2:28, âaversandi notionem habens.â There is no Hebraism: nor is any supply such as á¼ÏÎ¿ÏÏÏÎµÏÏÎ¼ÎµÎ½Î¿Ï wanted. He is speaking, not of justification through His blood once for all, but of present sanctification ("cleanseth"), which the believer, walking in the light, and having fellowship with God and the saints, enjoys as his privilege. (1865) 506. And the result will be joyous fellowship with all true believers, with all things open between us, with no sin hidden, and the further result will be that the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, ‘goes on cleansing us’ (present tense) from all sin. "This ["every sin"] refers to man"s sinful nature in general, although it may include the wrong acts which can occur even when a Christian is living "in the light."" In chap. Had John said "according to" the light rather than "in" the light, he would have been requiring sinless perfection for fellowship with God. But no sooner is the stone turned and the wholesome light of day let upon the compressed and blinded community of creeping things, than all of them which enjoy the luxury of legsâand some of them have a good manyârush about wildly, butting each other and everything in their way, and end in a general stampede for underground retreats from the region poisoned by sunshine. 1 John 4:9. It may take time for that effectiveness to break through, and there may even be times of stumbling, but eventually that salvation must fully break through. He walks in darkness who is not ruled by the fear of God, and who does not, with a pure conscience, devote himself wholly to God, and seek to promote his glory. Let me advise you always to make carmine on bright, sunny days.â1 [Note: L. A. In short, remission of sins cannot be separated from repentance, nor can the peace of God be in those hearts, where the fear God does not prevail. Then we are coming to God as He really is (not as man thinks that He is), we are coming to the One Who is the light, Who dwells in light, and recognising Him as such. He minutely examined the water and the materials, which were in every respect similar to his own; and then, very much surprised, he said, âI have lost my labour and my money, for the air of England does not permit us to make good carmine.â âStay,â said the Frenchman; âwhat kind of weather do you manufacture in? Makes as clean. First the cleansing, and then the walking. - This was said in allusion to what was spoken Isaiah 53:7.Jesus was the true Lamb or Sacrifice required and appointed by God, of which those offered daily in the tabernacle and temple, Exodus 29:38, Exodus 29:39, and especially the paschal lamb, were only â¦ I must never think a sin too small to need immediate application to the blood of Christ.â. This was ever present to the mind of the great Apostle to the Gentiles. For if God is light, and that light is not producing the effect in us that the light of God should, then we must seriously ask ourselves whether we are saved at all, whether we truly know God. 3. Walking in the light, as He is in the light.âWhat does this mean? [Note: Smalley, p24. Here, then, we find the most probable explanation of the special form in which the Apostle sets his representation of the nature of God. A second result of this walk in the light now comes to be mentioned. There is no vat of actual blood into which our bodies or souls are plunged. Westcott (B. F.), The Historic Faith, 236. Effacing the sad secrets they have known. The New John Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible Modernised and adapted for the computer by Larry Pierce of Online Bible. If we do come to God. We share the light in which God dwells. John uses the present continuous verb form to emphasize that living in the light keeps us in the fellowship where the blood of Jesus continuously makes us clean from sin. 1. It is something to feel that life is a walk; not a game, a pastime, or outburst of passion; not a random flight, or a groping, creeping, grovelling crawl, or a mazy, labyrinthian puzzle; but a walk; a steady walk; an onward march and movement; a business-like, purpose-like, step-by-step advance in frontâsuch a walk as a man girds himself for and shoes himself for, and sets out upon with staff in hand, and firm-set face; and holds on in, amid stormy wind and drifting snow; resolute to have it finished and to reach the goal. They are thence liable to be deceived by arguments based on the figure which have no base in the literal. The little rushlight was not light enough to reveal all the dirt of the room, but when the sunlight of heaven came streaming in the revelation was made in a moment.1 [Note: G. S. Barrett, The First Epistle General of St. John, 50.]. "One another" evidently means God and us rather than our fellow believers and us in view of the context. As God is light (verse 5) and dwells in light unapproachable (1 Timothy 6:16).. One with another (met' allhlwn). Ever afterwards till he died, this was his favourite verse: âThe blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin.â2 [Note: W. J. Patton, Pardon and Assurance, 88.]. Its tendency towards mutual association, so far from being an accidental phenomenon in its history, is inherent in its character. I looked at it and to my surprise and joy I read in capital letters: âWarranted to take out all stains and make the linen pure and white.â I soon purchased this cleanser and said to my mother, âI am sorry for what I have done, but here is something that will take the stains out. "How do we do this? The dying King replied, âThanks be to Jesus.â These were his last words (from a newspaper report). 1 John 3:1,2 It is a mark of Godâs singular love toward us, that. 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cleanseth us from all sin, And the blood of Jesus his Son cleanseth us from all sin, και το αιμα Ιησου του υιου αυτου καταριζει ημας απο πασης αμαρτιας, kai to haima Iēsou tou huiou autou katharizei hēmās apo pāsēs hamartias, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanseth us from all sin. Next year you will find the grass growing tall and green where the stone lay; the ground-bird builds her nest where the beetle had its hole; the dandelion and the buttercup are growing there; and the broad fans of insect-angels open and shut over their golden disks, as the rhythmic waves of blissful consciousness pulsate through their glorified being.1 [Note: O. W. Holmes, The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table, ch. (1) The Blood cleanses: it does not merely cloak.âThe high priest was to take an aspersory of hyssop and dip it in the blood of the victim and sprinkle the doors and the holy place, typifying thereby that the sprinkling of the Blood of Christ is that which sanctifies the universe, of which the tabernacle was the symbol. Christ, like us, walked in the light (1 John 2:6). ), The Spirit-Filled Life, 11. 2 John 1:13 - The children of your chosen sister greet you. 1:27). He appealed to his instructor, and insisted that he must have concealed something. Through the blood-shedding of Christ we have remission of sins now, and are as truly forgiven as we shall be when the light of the glory of God falls on the resurrection face. Campbell (R. He does not require of us that we should be perfect in the sense in which God is perfect; but he does demand that we should in all sincerity place ourselves under the influence of the light which is in God, and which streams forth from Him. Parker.]. The connexion between this suffering and the remission of sins may be hard to trace; but in the absence of any theory defining that connexion we may recognize the harmony between this revelation of the infinite love of God and the deepest laws of human life. For the removal of moral defilement, howeverâfor the purposes of an atonementânothing but the consecrated blood was efficacious. Pardon is not enough. It spiritualizes the irresistible impulse which draws one man to another, and it raises the social connexion of human beings from the sphere of a convention to that of a moral obligation. Christ died for our sins according to the Scripture; died the Just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God. If, then, we desire to have God propitious to us, so as to forgive our sins, we ought not to forgive ourselves. Hence if a man is a worker in the Lord"s vineyard and his life as a whole is one of obedience to the law of Christ, he does not need to worry about the mistakes he might make which he does not realize, for the blood of Christ will take care of it and wash them away. 7.Walk in the light—A beautiful image of a true and holy life. The blood of a sacrificed animal was thus first a thing of excellent worth in itself, being the life; and next a thing endowed with highest sanctity, because it now belonged to God. Dewhurst (E. M.), The King and His Servants, 191. ÑÑÑÑÑ ÐÐ³Ð¾ ÑÐ²ÑÑÐ¾ÑÑÑÑ (3ÐÐ½. ), The Spirit-Filled Life, 11. 1 John 1:7 - but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin. Hoare (E.), Great Principles of Divine Truth, 162. Vaughan (J. Since according to this passage God not only is light ( 1 John 1:5), but He is also in the light, to walk in the light must mean essentially to live in God"s presence, exposed to what He has revealed about Himself. (3) The Blood cleanses continuously.âIt cleanses when we first come to Jesus, but it continues to cleanse every day we live. Said a Scottish minister of the older days: âNew spots call for new washing, so that this must be our very life and exercise to be daily and continually running to the fountain with our souls and giving Christ the great Purger much to do.â âThe saintâs preparation for the duties of each day,â wrote Dr. Bonar, âis a fresh application to the blood, in which he bathes his conscience anew each morning as he rises.â So Robert McCheyne also wrote: âI ought to go to Christ for the forgiveness of each sin. A metonymy is a figure of speech in which a writer uses the name of one thing for that of another associated with it or suggested by it. ., pp60-61.]. Walking in the light.âLife is a walk. Holiness is more than innocence. Walk in the light; know and obey the truth. ], "The thought is not of the forgiveness of sin only, but of the removal of sin. By sweeping into eternal darkness the race that had transgressed the Divine commandments? [Note: Idem, The Epistles . So far as sin is a matter of guilt before God, it is taken away even to the last relic of evil, and we walk with God in the light, having our conversation above the skies. The blood of Christ’s death declares the reality of the incarnation, which in turn makes possible the fellowship with the Father and the Son and the continuous forgiveness available to those who remain in this fellowship. But let us not deceive ourselves into thinking that if we see ourselves as ‘saved’ we need not then worry. Hopkins (E. H.), The Law of Liberty in the Spiritual Life, 121. [Note: Barker, p310; Westcott, p20.]. When Butler in his dying moments had expressed his awe at appearing face to face before the Moral Governor of the world, his Chaplain, we are told, spoke to him of âthe blood which cleanseth from all sin.â âAh, that is comfortable,â he replied; and with these words on his lips he gave up his soul to God.2 [Note: Bishop Lightfoot, Northern Leaders, 169.]. J. The outward parting was approaching, yet the fellowship would abide. When that divinely-bestowed power is complete, the sanctification is entire. Walking in the light produces a genuine fellowship. Compare Revelation 7:14; Revelation 12:11; Hebrews 9:12-14. Matheson (G.), Moments on the Mount, 137. 1. 5:8; ÐÐ¾Ð». New Content: Bible Study Videos and Images from WordBoard. For who can be imagined more miserable than that man whom God hates and abominates, and over whose head is suspended both the wrath of God and eternal death? That blood is con stantly ï¬owing (ï¬guratively) through the body or church of the Lord Jesus Christ. A manufacturer of carmine, who was aware of the superiority of the French colour, went to Lyons and bargained with the most celebrated manufacturer in that city for the acquisition of his secret. And, whatever the ineffable mystery of the atonement may conceal, this at least is clear, that our sins did, in some way, make part of the terrible necessity that He must die if He would save us. For saints this dependence is transfigured into fellowship. Bibliography Information Gill, John. 1 John 1:3). 1 That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched âthis we proclaim concerning the Word of life. The dying King replied, âThanks be to Jesus.â These were his last words (from a newspaper report). Another view is that John meant that we cannot enjoy fellowship with God if we neglect fellowship with other Christians. Did you never, in walking the fields, come across a large flat stone, which had lain, nobody knows how long, just where you found it, with the grass forming a little hedge, as it were, all around it, close to its edges?âand have you not, in obedience to a kind of feeling that told you it had been lying there long enough, insinuated your stick or your foot or your fingers under its edge and turned it over as a housewife turns a cake, when she says to herself, âItâs done brown enough by this timeâ? [Note: Idem, The Epistles . through the Spirit purchased by his blood. Blood’ cleanseth—We must beware of the great error of making this wonderful image of being washed and cleansed in the blood of Jesus a literality. It is a direct allusion to the Passion of Christ that we find in the Fifty-first Psalm, where David says, âPurge me with hyssop, and I shall be cleanâ; that is, sprinkle me as the high priest sprinkled the victim, with the Blood of Christ, and I shall be cleanâclean from the defilement and pollution of sin and its consequences. In that Divine vision life appears in the fullest proportions we can yet apprehend. All Rightes Reserved, Larry Pierce, Winterbourne, Ontario. If I were to personalize the light, I could also say that I was walking in the presence of the light. Home > Study Desk. 1 John 1:7. These phases of the sacrificed life of our Lordâits wondrous revelation of His own deathless purpose to save us; its exhibition of the great heart of God not willing that we should perish; and its connexion, its real and dread connexion, with our sinsâthese are the elements that constitute the cleansing power of that sacrificed life. On the morning of the washing day a bill was passed into our door. (1) The Son of God is of one and the selfsame eternity or everlastingness, and of one and the selfsame essence or nature with the Father. And then what heaven were better than a name, If there must haunt and cling unto us there, Dread doubt! A printed copy of this work can be ordered from: The Baptist Standard Bearer, 1 Iron Oaks Dr, Paris, AR, 72855. ), Pardon and Assurance, 71. To lose them would be to lose what is most characteristic and what is most essential in all that He has revealed to mankind. That may be some peopleâs notion of pardon. Compare. For when God saves He makes His salvation effective. The atonement of Christ is the ground, faith in him the means, and the Holy Ghost the author of sanctification; and all who truly believe, confess and forsake their sins, will, at the close of their probation, become completely and unchangeably perfect. . No! In the meantime, by new sins we continually separate ourselves, as far as we can, from the grace of God. What is suggested by âlightâ throughout the passage is something absolutely luminous and transparent, in which there is no concealment and no need for any. Far in the background of these churches, like some unsubstantial semblance, lay the division between Jew and Gentile, Greek and Barbarian, great and small, rich and poor. —We must beware of the great error of making this wonderful image of being, washed and cleansed in the blood of Jesus, into which our bodies or souls are plunged. And there is no literal. Proverbs 24:1 Be not thou envious against evil men, neither desire to be with them.. Ver. but if we walk in the Light as He Himself is in the Light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin. The blood of Jesus. In saying, We have fellowship one with another, he does not speak simply of men; but he sets God on one side, and us on the other. Banks, John and his Friends, 21.]. [Note: Barker, p310; Westcott, p20.]. Woods says, "The verb "walk" here (ean peripatomen) is present active subjunctive, thus literally, "If we keep on walking in the light...."" The daily lives of God"s children must be so conducted as to remain in the light of God"s direction. The sum of what is said, then, is, that the faithful know of a certainty, that they are accepted by God, because he has been reconciled to them through the sacrifice of the death of Christ. He was shown all the process, and saw a beautiful colour produced; but he found not the least difference between the French mode of fabrication and that which had been constantly adopted by himself. The preaching which laid hold of the outer man, detaching him from the world, and uniting him to his God, was also a preaching of solidarity and brotherliness. Man becomes not only pardoned, he becomes also holy. Walking in the light means walking in the sphere that the light prescribes. The uniqueness of the gift is the manifestation of love. Hereby is disproved and exposed the sacrilegious invention of the Papists as to indulgences; for as though the blood of Christ were not sufficient, they add, as a subsidy to it, the blood and merits of martyrs. Since according to this passage God not only is light ( 1 John 1:5), but He is also in the light, to walk in the light must mean essentially to live in God"s presence, exposed to what He has revealed about Himself. The Gospel, it has been truly said, is at bottom both individualistic and socialistic. He is, he says again, God’s true Son, of the same nature and essence, distinct and unique and on the divine side of reality. My fingers became unusually black with ink, and, forgetting this, I pushed up my wristbands, pulled my collar to ease my neck, and finally pulled out my handkerchief to wipe my perspiring face. Here, then, we find the most probable explanation of the special form in which the Apostle sets his representation of the nature of God. The "blood of Jesus" is a metonymy for the death of Jesus. The example ought not to be otherwise applied than according to this passage. But when God pardons there is another step involved, and another element enters into consideration. It was soon discovered that they had never left their native shores; and such disgust did their vain professions inspire that a new word was coined to reprobate the shameful practice, and they were called âsaunterers.â With equal truth may the term be applied to all who profess to be Christians without moving forward energetically to the heavenly goal.2 [Note: J. P. Lilley, The Pathway of Light, 26.]. Indeed, so natural is that expectation, that Dr. Plummer says, âThe craving to make this verse the exact antithesis of the preceding one has generated another readingâ as old as the second centuryââWe have fellowship with Him.â The real reason for the altered expression to be found in this verse is to be sought in the fact that fellowship with âone anotherâ in the body of Christ is the human expression and result of all real fellowship with God. (Ephesians 5:8; Ephesians 5:11-14) 'God IS (essentially, in His very nature, as "light," 1 John 1:5) in the light.' If we do walk in His light, responding to His word and to His commandments. The blood of Christ is available and efficacious. 1. Alford, 'Walking in the light, as He is in the light, is no mere imitation of God, but an identity in the essential element of our daily walk with the essential element of God's being.'. ), Sermons (Brighton Pulpit), iv. J. Were I to attempt to manufacture it on a dark cloudy day, my results would be the same as yours. And the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin; "according to" the light rather than "in" the light, he would have been requiring sinless perfection for fellowship with God. Banks, John and his Friends, 21.]. He also points out the manner of obtaining pardon, and the cause of our cleansing, even because Christ expiated our sins by his blood; but he affirms that all the godly are undoubtedly partakers of this cleansing. The Christian"s walk should be in the light. Some little time ago a tourist who was walking through the Lake District was overtaken at night by a heavy storm of wind and of rain, and soon got soaked to the skin. If I were to personalize the light, I could also say that I was walking in the presence of the light. Patton (W. The night before he thought the room was fairly clean, now he saw its foulness; but the room had not changed during the night, it was only the light that had changed. 1:12, 23) Ð¸ Ð¾ÑÐ¸ÑÐµÐ½Ð¸Ðµ Ð¾Ñ Ð³ÑÐµÑ
Ð¾Ð´Ð¸Ñ Ð¿Ð¾ÑÑÐ¾ÑÐ½Ð½Ð¾ (ÑÑ. Without shedding of blood is no remission.1 [Note: W. J. On the morning of the washing day a bill was passed into our door. 1 John 1:7. No feature in the growing saintliness of an earnest Christian is more marked than his desire to make continued use of the blood of the Lamb. [Note: Westcott, p21.]. Were I to attempt to manufacture it on a dark cloudy day, my results would be the same as yours. Redeemed by one sacrifice for sins for ever, they share one life, for Christ is their life; one ambition, for His glory is their highest desire; one food, for His Word and His Table are their sustenance; one faith, for all their hope is built on His Blood and righteousness, not on their own; one task, for the evangelization of the world is the work which He has left His Church to do; one heart, for if one member suffers all the members, so far as membership is real and vital, and not merely mechanical or even ecclesiastical, suffer with it; one in hope, for all are, if things are right with them, âlooking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christâ; and with one rule of life, freely giving what has been freely received. . This glowing imagery so reigns in parts of the New Testament, especially in John’s writings, as well as in our sermons and hymns, that many Christians pass their whole lives without once looking through the figure into the literal. Holiness denotes vitality of sympathy as between the soul and God. Should I be less careful in washing my soul? For the removal of moral defilement, howeverâfor the purposes of an atonementânothing but the consecrated blood was efficacious. He appealed to his instructor, and insisted that he must have concealed something. But he shews that no sins prevent the godly, and those who fear God, from obtaining his favor. Soon after I was converted I bought a cyclostyle so that I could make many copies of my own Gospel messages and bills. He is speaking, not of justification through His blood once for all, but of present sanctification ("cleanseth"), which the believer, walking in the light, and having fellowship with God and the saints, enjoys as his privilege. The blood symbolizes God’s act in Christ to set men free. The blood of Jesus. ÐÑÑÐ¸Ð½Ð½ÑÐ¹ Ñ
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As to the character which our work should bear, Browningâs teaching is clear beyond the shadow of a doubt. for sin and for uncleanness ( Zechariah 13:1). ), Sermons (Brighton Pulpit), iv. A communion ensues, which extends to the whole society of believers, and the members are linked each to each, as all are linked in heaven, by the same golden bands that bind them to the community on high and to their common Head, until the last link of the whole disappears from view, lost in the central light that surrounds the âunapproachableâ throne of God. If we walk (ean peripatwmen). In his little churches, where each person bore his neighbourâs burden, St. Paulâs spirit already saw the dawning of a new humanity, and in the Epistle to the Ephesians he has voiced this feeling with a thrill of exultation. Please correct your query and try again. Sorry but we could not find a book similar enough to '' in the Bible. Pardon seems merely to restore us to a kind of negative condition. And then just as one is bemoaning its darkness, it will suddenly blaze out in astonishing brightness, and almost startle the heart by its revelations of safety and strength.1 [Note: The Life of R. W. Dale, 79. ‘But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.’. J. His men were called âHavelockâs saints.â âYes,â said Sir Robert Sale, âand I wish the whole regiment were Havelockâs saints, for I never see a saint in the guardroom, or his name in the defaulterâs book.â On one occasion in Burmah, when an outpost was attacked by night, some of the troops being unfit for duty through drink, the General in command said, âGet the saints, you can depend on them, they are always sober.â1 [Note: Morning Watch, 1894, p. Some little time ago a tourist who was walking through the Lake District was overtaken at night by a heavy storm of wind and of rain, and soon got soaked to the skin. And the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin; "according to" the light rather than "in" the light, he would have been requiring sinless perfection for fellowship with God. Holiness is more than innocence. It may take time for that effectiveness to break through, and there may even be times of stumbling, but eventually that salvation must fully break through. Our guilt was taken away by the great Propitiation, when He suffered without the gate, and knew the withdrawings of God. There was a stain upon the heart: that stain has been removed by a powerful detergent, and now the heart is pretty much as it was in years gone by. [Note: Idem, The Epistles . In short, remission of sins cannot be separated from repentance, nor can the peace of God be in those hearts, where the fear God does not prevail. But if we walk in darkness, we lose this fellowship! The Christian"s walk should be in the light. We must suffer greatly to redeem greatly. Ever afterwards till he died, this was his favourite verse: âThe blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin.â2 [Note: W. J. Patton, Pardon and Assurance, 88.]. This figure simply means, first, that our sins are, upon our faith, forgiven us on account of the death of Christ; and, second, that the Holy Spirit being given in consequence of that death, does, in the completeness of that work, so strengthen and energize our moral and spiritual powers that we are able to reject temptation and avoid sin; and just in the measure and fulness of that power in exercise is the entireness of our sanctification. Then, on the other hand, he who in sincerity of heart spends his life, yea, every part of it, in the fear and service of God, and faithfully worships him, walks in the light, for he keeps the right way, though he may in many things offend and sigh under the burden of the flesh. As we can not enjoy fellowship with God could make many copies of my own messages. 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