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Thank you ever so much for such an incisive and very challenging exposition of this passage that has sent me down on my knees in deep self examination and a new discovery of way of life in Christlikeness. James tells us the sins of the tongue (James 3:2). The angry, sinful word again and again escapes, and the thought of God at best but follows it.II. Therefore we must all honour the Son as the Father (John 5:23).3. The distinction between things secular and things sacred has wrought unspeakable mischief. Application:1. All our prayer and praises must be offered in the name of the Lord Jesus. (2) How many of us fall short of this.(J. The faithful neither rejoice, nor speak, nor act, but in the name of God — but here it is required that our whole life be referred to the name of Christ. The Minister of State in his cabinet, labouring to do right and caring nothing for popularity; and the little servant-maid in the kitchen, who scorns to tell a lie, or neglect her daily duties, are both in their respective stations working for God, doing their duty. Whatever mystery a man makes of his object in life, spectators generally arrive at correct conclusions.2. Not if our Lord be a mere teacher. Colossians 3:17 … If it could be shown that its requirements were unreal, its statements exaggerated, its views of attainment unreason. )Every-day religionT. HOW IT IS TO BE CARRIED OUT — "In the name of the Lord Jesus." Take a man whose motives is the advancement of himself or his family. And shall not such love quicken us to do all things better. (3) He sacrifices those which are in their nature indifferent; e.g., if this rule is observed in eating and drinking, acts indifferent in their nature,(a) the sacred name will purge them of the excess of intemperance on the one hand, and the foolish scruples of superstition on the other. The aims of an ambitious man and of a true believer have no external difference, yet if you examine the inward springs of both, you will find one a piece of vanity, the other a fruit of charity.2. act what we know in our souls, that we can do nothing good without God. There is no act, however little, which Christ does not see and .touch, and which may not tend as much to His honour as the songs of the Seraphim; there is no affection, talent, energy on which He does not put His hand and say, "That is mine," and which may not be transformed into a worship as sincere as that of the communion; no step we can take in life over which He does not watch, and which may not be made a step on the road that brings us nearer Him; no time here or hereafter when it will not be a delightful duty to "do all in the name of the Lord Jesus." For the confirmation of faith. (2) How many of us fall short of this.(J. (3) He sacrifices those which are in their nature indifferent; e.g., if this rule is observed in eating and drinking, acts indifferent in their nature,(a) the sacred name will purge them of the excess of intemperance on the one hand, and the foolish scruples of superstition on the other. It is well, as people's devotions now are, if Christians really prayed to God to carry them through the trials of the day, as really believing that for this they needed the special help of God. Daille. Because all that comes from God to us must be by His hand.III. "The love of Christ constraineth us."III. Possible to eat and drink to the glory of God. It is sufficient that we frequently and ordinarily make this application of mind. THY REMEDY. Do them as thou wouldest if thou sawest God by thee, with prayer that they may be done aright. All our prayer and praises must be offered in the name of the Lord Jesus. (b)That we act according to His will. Therefore we must all honour the Son as the Father (John 5:23).3. What combination of forces has cut so deep a groove across the world? It will have all or nothing, the first place or none. Mallock.Religion is one of the colours of life which mingles most intimately with all the other colours of the palette. The faithful neither rejoice, nor speak, nor act, but in the name of God — but here it is required that our whole life be referred to the name of Christ. In the case of the former pursuit will lead away from, in the case of the latter it will lead to, the truth. Go, for example, into many of the farms round here, and notice the fire-dogs that stand in the yawning chimney: how they are wrought at the sides into those most blessed of all letters, the I.H.C., by which our dear Lord is set forth. (6) Such deep constraining motive is not usually displayed before men; but its existence is not easily concealed. (1) We have a proof of the divinity of Christ. He would be a bad workman and a bad Christian if he were. Osgood All the apparent extravagance of the injunction vanishes when we lay our hands on the secret of the Divine life. Love. Have Him before thee as the pattern whom thou art to copy; the Redeemer in whom is thy strength, the Master and Friend whom thou art to serve and please, thy Creator and thy heaven.1. Involves one rule of life for the person in holy orders, and another for the man who has not received a religious vocation. Didst thou find that thou toiledst for them less diligently because thou thoughtest of and toiledst for them? (1) If we would be truly Christians, we must have Christ continually before us as the pole star, the rule of our whole life. Go, for example, into many of the farms round here, and notice the fire-dogs that stand in the yawning chimney: how they are wrought at the sides into those most blessed of all letters, the I.H.C., by which our dear Lord is set forth. Unlike other religions, that of Christ admits of no compromises. Stewart.I begin to see that religion consists not so much in joyous feelings as in a constant exercise of devotedness to God, and in laying ourselves out for the good of others.(D. The stress lies on "the name of the Lord Jesus."1. (Acts 4:12; 1 Corinthians 1:12).2. Daille.I. (2) Is it not an outrage to require that saints should share this honour with Christ as Rome does? "The love of Christ constraineth us."III. But it is not thus taken here as if Paul simply intended that in our actions and discourses we should always intermix the word Jesus, or at least preface it. 17 And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. (3) with warrant from God's Word (Isaiah 8:20); 3. CHRISTIANITY IS A REALITY, AND DEALS WITH REALITIES.1. Let Him be the beginning from whom all flows, the end in whom all are gathered, our aim, our reward. )Consistency and gratitudeJ. WHERE IS THE EVIL IN THIS? The purest motive to duty. But can, one will say, all the little acts of life be done to Him? (2) Observe how such motives act. By the authority of Christ (Acts 3:6). Neale.Those old saints of the Middle Ages, how dearly they loved to set the name of Jesus forth everywhere, by all means, in every curious work of art — not merely of Church art, mind you, but of household and domestic furniture. Again, is it a sacred or a secular work when a young girl, under a deep sense of duty, consecrates her life to attendance upon a suffering mother? Doing All in the Name of Jesus – Colossians 3:17. Let Him be the beginning from whom all flows, the end in whom all are gathered, our aim, our reward. The impiety of those who invoke Christ's name on their wicked courses.3. So the apostle means —(a)That we refer all to His glory. These words may be taken as an independent precept (Ephesians 5:20) or a reason for the preceding rule, a title under which we ought to do all things in the name of Christ, so that our whole life may be an act of gratitude through Christ, which is to be preferred.1. A. (Acts 4:12; 1 Corinthians 1:12).2. 2. (1) We must avoid words that would dishonour Christ - vain words (Ephesians 5:6), bitter words (Job 6:3), deceitful words (Psalm 36:3), idle words (Matthew 12:36). Contrariwise, consider what are generally classed as sacred works — praying, preaching, administering sacraments, visiting the sick. Application:1. Works that are the same as to external action are good in one and bad in another. The aims of an ambitious man and of a true believer have no external difference, yet if you examine the inward springs of both, you will find one a piece of vanity, the other a fruit of charity.2. the best one has been left for you." (2) He perfects and enlivens those of our works which of themselves are commanded of God, engrafting on them the true motive and directing them to the true end. Involves one rule of life for the person in holy orders, and another for the man who has not received a religious vocation. Many Christians seem to think that in the daily deeds and words of life they either cannot or else must sin, and that these two are much the same. One or two of the world's heroes and sages have won wide admiration and respect, but who has laid his hand on so many hearts and touched for good so many lives? In the case of the former pursuit will lead away from, in the case of the latter it will lead to, the truth. If a man be a Christian, men will take knowledge of him that he has been with Jesus. One phrase holds it all — "He died for me." There are of course many visionaries, men pursuing objects which have no real existence, but to them they are not unreal. But our Lord, being God, became man, bore our sins and carried our sorrows, grew up through our life, and tasted death for every man. Works that are the same as to external action are good in one and bad in another. Observe the extent of this saying. (1) As the name of God signifies the Hebrew word by which the Lord distinguishes Himself, so Jesus is sometimes taken for the name which was given by express Divine command. All the apparent extravagance of the injunction vanishes when we lay our hands on the secret of the Divine life. (b) Being referred to the glory of God, from indifferent they become holy and acceptable to God.3. A large proportion of the infidelity of the working classes is due to this unreal teaching. "GIVING THANKS INTO GOD AND THE FATHER BY HIM." How can we do both at once without distraction — study, speak, or do and think of Christ at the same time? Refer all things to Him. We must live in close communion with Jesus in the use of all His ordinances (Zechariah 4:12).4. This implies three things. able, it would lose immensely in its character for truth and its power for good.2. 1. Then was it a sacred or a secular work to write "Paradise Lost," Wordsworth's "Excursion," or Cowper's "Task"? But it is necessary that we have this deposition so formed in our hearts, that when circumstances allow us to think of Christ our souls may lean that way as being habituated to it.II. (2) You are to abound in prayer. (1) As the name of God signifies the Hebrew word by which the Lord distinguishes Himself, so Jesus is sometimes taken for the name which was given by express Divine command. This is the way with worldly people. It will make contradiction sweet, to bear it meekly with Jesus; poverty, honourable to be poor with Jesus; toil, gladsome to labour for Jesus. (3) But based on reality it must also be real to me, or it cannot be my motive. Genesis 2:1, Genesis 2:15, Colossians 3:17, Exodus 20:8, Philippians 4:3, Proverbs 12:11, Proverbs 14:23, Proverbs 15:22 "Whatsoever," etc. How can we do both at once without distraction — study, speak, or do and think of Christ at the same time? It’s a verse that gives hope to any one and every one of us who would like to be used of the Lord that great One or two of the world's heroes and sages have won wide admiration and respect, but who has laid his hand on so many hearts and touched for good so many lives? Ephesians 2:10, Colossians 3:17. We must live in close communion with Jesus in the use of all His ordinances (Zechariah 4:12). Were it not almost an indignity to bring them in reference to His great Majesty? De Witt Talmage, D. D.Plato had a fable which I have now nearly forgotten, but it ran something like this: He said spirits of the other world came back to this world to find, body and find a sphere of work. Works that are the same as to external action are good in one and bad in another. The labourer working under the useful light and genial warmth does not lose his time and dazzle his sight in gazing on the sun, but plies his arm with his eye fixed on his work, and so uses for its intended purpose the light God has bestowed. To follow His example (Matthew 16:24; 1 John 2:6; 1 Peter 2:21-23). The labourer working under the useful light and genial warmth does not lose his time and dazzle his sight in gazing on the sun, but plies his arm with his eye fixed on his work, and so uses for its intended purpose the light God has bestowed. 2. Nothing so mean that it was thought unworthy of this monogram; nothing so glorious that it was considered unfit to have that excelling glory added thereto. Nothing is too small to be done for one deeply loved, and nothing but deep love will do unweariedly all little things to please whom it loves.  (view less), Denomination: (b) They are seldom loudly professed, so seldom that a man professing loudly a given motive arouses suspicion that he is acting on some other, and only using this as a blind. Motive originates and governs action, and makes it good or bad. To write hymns sacred. "Whether ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do it to the glory of God."(T. )Christian ends lend grandeur to human lifeT. A bad sermon on the text, "Behold I stand at the door and knock," is (it would seem) sacred; but to paint the well-known picture illustrating same text was secular. For it is impossible that they should be in the name of Christ except our understandings and will so address them. Let's find out and see what the takeaways are from looking at the name of Jesus. The impiety of those who invoke Christ's name on their wicked courses.3. María y José tuvieron que aceptarse el uno al otro para mantener viva la historia de Navidad. Mallock. A good fable for the world, and just as good a fable for the Church. So in like manner the name of Jesus (Acts 4:7; Matthew 7:22; Matthew 24:5; Matthew 18:20). (2) We must use words of wisdom (Book of Proverbs), words of truth and soberness (Acts 23:25), words of righteousness (Job 6:25), wholesome words (2 Timothy 1:13), words of eternal life (John 6:68). The reason is simply this, that their services are being offered in the wrong name. We must exercise our thoughts much upon Him, and be much taken up with Him in the course of our lives (Psalm 73:23).IV. On the contrary, great love shows itself most in little acts. Colossians 3:8-17, Matthew 5:43-48, Proverbs 25:21, Proverbs 15:1. Supposing this we must exercise faith upon Him, and have constant recourse to Him, in all that we do for the supplies of His grace and Spirit (1 Peter 2:20; 1 Peter 5:7; John 16:16, 23, 26).3. It is a detestable, an irreligious distinction.I. the best one has been left for you." A. (5) There are certain solemn times when this great motive is and must be expressly recognized; but when the whole man is possessed with the love of Christ, the whole ordinary being follows the direction of the central impulse. Bad as the world is, what is good in it is due to Christ. Absolute dependence on Christ at all times. Artizan, labourer, soldier, slave, would learn the truth that God cared for him, and designed him for a glorious destiny. Supposing this we must exercise faith upon Him, and have constant recourse to Him, in all that we do for the supplies of His grace and Spirit (1 Peter 2:20; 1 Peter 5:7; John 16:16, 23, 26).3. The conceptions, affections, and resolutions of the soul refer to words and works as being the principles and motives of them. And who looks down upon us? Yes, silver and gold and gems conspired together to mark out this name on the paten, or the chalice, or the shrine; the manufacturer of Limoges worked it out in his enamel; in the monastery potteries they burnt it in on their tiles; in convents they embroidered it on chasuble and cope; in the glorious windows of churches the light came in, sanctified, as it were, and hallowed by the name of the True Light; the poor peasant was encouraged, with his clasp knife, to consecrate his house by carving the same name on the hutch of his door or the barge-boards of his roof; the name of salvation could not be out of place among the dwellings of those who looked to be saved; the name which to adore will be the work of eternity, could never be out of place for the meditation and the worship of earth.(Dr. Factories and railways, camps and courts of law, mansions, museums, and picture-galleries, to say nothing of the world of trees, and rivers, and birds, and flowers, form part of the world which belongs to Him, the Heir of all things. They admire the gospel, but never think of realizing it. (1) As the name of God signifies the Hebrew word by which the Lord distinguishes Himself, so Jesus is sometimes taken for the name which was given by express Divine command. As to ordinary matters men, e.g., think it unlikely they will die to-day because they have lived safely through so many dangers, and take it for granted that their food will nourish them because it has always done so. The merest crystal fragment, that has been flung out into the field and trampled on the ground, shines like a diamond when sunbeams stoop to kiss it. "GIVING THANKS INTO GOD AND THE FATHER BY HIM." Didst thou find that thou toiledst for them less diligently because thou thoughtest of and toiledst for them? (2) Is it not an outrage to require that saints should share this honour with Christ as Rome does? Paul here clearly gives to Christ the whole of life. And apart from these who learns, in the midst of his conscious and acknowledged besetting sin, to ask for the grace of God? Unlike other religions, that of Christ admits of no compromises. Colossians 3:17 ... A bad sermon on the text, "Behold I stand at the door and knock," is (it would seem) sacred; but to paint the well-known picture illustrating same text was secular. De Witt Talmage, D. D.)The essence of fieryD. Thanksgiving is one of the most necessary and universal offices of a Christian. The aims of an ambitious man and of a true believer have no external difference, yet if you examine the inward springs of both, you will find one a piece of vanity, the other a fruit of charity.2. He would be a bad workman and a bad Christian if he were. And shall not such love quicken us to do all things better. Why is it that some of us look on church-going as an irksome task, and the hours spent in God's house as the most wearisome of our lives? But can, one will say, all the little acts of life be done to Him? The "all" refers to every act of religious life. Ulysses said, "What's that?" (2) Some religious people, like the former, strain the Bible to its literal meaning, and then require that meaning in full, and thus lead to the same point, and encourage indolence and unbelief. To do all by His authority (Matthew 18:18-20; Matthew 28:18-20; 1 Timothy 6:15).3. Neale. Are they evermore in his view and present to his thoughts? Surely, too, all great music is most truly religious. There is nothing left for me" And some one replied, "Ah! (6) Such deep constraining motive is not usually displayed before men; but its existence is not easily concealed. Macgregor, D. D.)Things sacred and things secularJ. (2) He perfects and enlivens those of our works which of themselves are commanded of God, engrafting on them the true motive and directing them to the true end. J. W. Buxton, M. A.Wherever we are called to work we must dedicate the labours of our hands or our brain to God, doing all in the name of the Lord Jesus. 2. impart sweetness to teaching children that in them we receive Jesus? (2) The facts implied in the name, "The Lord Jesus," rest upon evidence as strong as can possibly be alleged for anything. And the reply was, "The body of a common man, doing a common work, and for a common reward." One spirit came and took the body of a king and did his work. Everything falls under the two heads of words and deeds. This implies three things.1. How can we do both at once without distraction — study, speak, or do and think of Christ at the same time? (1) We may take the sayings of Scripture strictly to the letter, set them clown as exaggerated, and above our capacities. J. W. Buxton, M. A.As a petition to the Queen can only reach her through the hands of a minister, so we can only approach God the Father through His Son Jesus Christ. )LinksColossians 3:17 NIVColossians 3:17 NLTColossians 3:17 ESVColossians 3:17 NASBColossians 3:17 KJVColossians 3:17 Bible AppsColossians 3:17 ParallelColossians 3:17 Biblia ParalelaColossians 3:17 Chinese BibleColossians 3:17 French BibleColossians 3:17 German BibleColossians 3:17 CommentariesBible Hub, (4)All our actual supplies (Philippians 4:19).2. On the contrary, great love shows itself most in little acts. Neale.Those old saints of the Middle Ages, how dearly they loved to set the name of Jesus forth everywhere, by all means, in every curious work of art — not merely of Church art, mind you, but of household and domestic furniture. A large proportion of the infidelity of the working classes is due to this unreal teaching. It is well, as people's devotions now are, if Christians really prayed to God to carry them through the trials of the day, as really believing that for this they needed the special help of God. The belief in Christ is not only the unavoidable conclusion of a sound mind from evidence, but the only satisfactory way to account for the state of the world in which we find ourselves. Whatever mystery a man makes of his object in life, spectators generally arrive at correct conclusions.2. Hast thou ever deeply loved parent, bride, husband, or child? In verse 5 Paul gave a list of things to put to death. He would be a bad workman and a bad Christian if he were. These words may be taken as an independent precept (Ephesians 5:20) or a reason for the preceding rule, a title under which we ought to do all things in the name of Christ, so that our whole life may be an act of gratitude through Christ, which is to be preferred.1. Our Father, our Friend and Brother, who came down from heaven and suffered for us, is ready to help and reward us. (3) He sacrifices those which are in their nature indifferent; e.g., if this rule is observed in eating and drinking, acts indifferent in their nature,(a) the sacred name will purge them of the excess of intemperance on the one hand, and the foolish scruples of superstition on the other. (c)That we live in entire confidence in and dependence upon Him.4. (2) How many of us fall short of this.(J. Thanksgiving is one of the most necessary and universal offices of a Christian. Mallock. In the case of the former pursuit will lead away from, in the case of the latter it will lead to, the truth. Christians are radically _____because they have been redeemed, regenerated & reconciled by Jesus. (4) You are to-give of your substance; if you give all your wealth, the offering presented without Christ is nothing. 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