We know no law that forbids an inspired author to quote an uninspired. Literally nor by no means. Yet often these very men hold prominent positions in the churches and "make long prayers," while devouring widows' houses and grinding the face of the poor. For similar ideas see Joshua 1:5; and compare Genesis 28:15; Isaiah 41:17. Title: When the various New Testament books were formally brought together into one collection shortly after A.D. 100, the titles were added for convenience. "The commandment requires moderation in respect of all worldly goods, submission to God, acquiescence in His will, love to His commandments, and a reliance on Him for the daily supply of all our wants as He sees good. . Hebrews 13:5. Ὥστε θαῤῥοῦντας ἡμᾶς λέγειν κ. τ. Having in our last article dealt at length with the merciful provision which God has made for the avoidance of moral uncleannessâthe ordinance of marriageâwe now turn to the second great sin which is here dehorted against, namely, covetousness. For he.âRather, for He Himself hath said. What can man do to me?" This was originally said to Joshua, after the death of Moses. And be content with such things as ye have; or with present things; with present riches, or with present poverty; with present losses and crosses; with present reproaches and afflictions; and contentment with these things shows itself by thankfulness for every mercy, and by submission to the will and providence of God in every state of life: and there are many things which may move and engage unto it; as the consideration of the state and condition men are in, when they come into the world, and will be when they go out of it; the will of God, and the disposition of his providence according to it, which is unalterable; a sense of: their own unworthiness; a view of interest in God and Christ; and an eye to the recompense of reward; as well as the many promises of God to support and supply his: and among the rest, what follows. The word used in Greek is a compound word. Genesis 2:18-22. ‘He Himself has said.’ Thus it is certain. We who are his can be sure that we will never find ourselves abandoned and deserted. Hebrews 13:5 Let your character or moral disposition be free from love of money [including greed, avarice, lust, and craving for earthly possessions] and be satisfied with your present [circumstances and with what you have]; for He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. But the holy Law of God condemns that which instigates unto what is forbidden, condemns that which inclines toward what is unholy, and denounces that which inflames with cupidity. There are still those the language of whose actions Isaiah, "I will pull down my barns, and build greater; and there will I bestow all my fruits and my goods. Ὥστε θαῤῥοῦντας ἡμᾶς λέγειν κ. τ. See what covetousness did for Balaam: he "loved the wages of unrighteousness" ( 2 Peter 2:15)âthe honors and wealth which Balak promised were too attractive for him to resist. Having set forth at length the amazing grace of God toward His believing people by the provision He has made for them in the Mediator and Surety of the covenant, having shown that they now have in Christ the substance of all that was shadowed forth in the ceremonial law, the tabernacle, and the priesthood of Israel, we now have pressed upon us the responsibilities and obligations which devolve upon those who are the favored recipients of those spiritual blessings. [Hebrews 6:13-14; Hebrews 6:17-18] As when he spake with Jacob at Penuel, "there he spake with us"; [Hosea 12:4] and what he said to Joshua, he said to all, "I will not leave thee, nor forsake thee". Covetousness in life is INCONSISTENT WITH CONFIDENCE IN GOD. "Not slothful in business" ( Romans 12:11) is a Divine exhortation. Jesus now gives two metaphors or similitudes (salt and light) that depict those who represent the kingdom. Neither idleness nor extravagance are to be condoned. Join relationship experts Jim Burns and Doug Fields as they help you start planning now for your lasting union. Click the Bible to visit the new StudyLight.org being developed!! 1700 28th Street SE Grand Rapids, MI 49508. Its latitude can be gathered from its employment in the Scriptures. Hebrews gives a series of warnings against unbelief, which comes from a hardened, rebellious heart, as well as a portrait-gallery of dear saints, whose faith we should emulate, for they simply trusted the word of the LORD and in the end, came forth as pure gold. Brief statements are “appended” to the body of writing, which convey to the readers what to do and what not to do, … This exists in varying degrees in different persons, and is demonstrated in numerous ways. Covetousness; inordinate regard for money or such things as money will procure. So also there is a prudence and thrift which is legitimate, as is clear from, "There is that withholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to poverty" ( Proverbs 11:24). 2. To be content does not deny one the right to "look out for a rainy day," or to acquire more of the good things of life than he needs for his own personal use; such a theory would contradict Ephesians 4:28. In this chapter of Hebrews the apostle makes a practical application of the theme of the epistle. Covetousness. (Homilist.) Let your conversation - That is, the whole tenor of your conduct, τροπος, the manner of your life, or rather the disposition of your hearts in reference to all your secular transactions; for in this sense the original is used by the best Greek writers. Conversation.âLiterally, way of thought and life, character, disposition. Hebrews 13:5, ESV: "Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.”" The words are peculiarly emphatic: Ου μη σε ανω, ουδ ' ου μη σε εγκαταλιπω . In one of the sentences of Phocylides we have a sentiment in nearly the same words as that of the apostle: Αρκεισθαι παρεουσι, και αλλοτριων απεχεσθαι· Be content with present things, and abstain from others. τί ποιήσει μοι ἄνθρωπος;] is an independent direct question. Be relaxed with what you have. Remember the case of Ananias and Sapphira ( Acts 5). It is an over-eager desire for the things of this world. For in this way it can be that no depraved desires will importune us; for faith alone is that which can quiet the minds of men, whose disquietude without it is too well known. Let your character [your moral essence, your inner nature] be free from the love of money [shun greed—be financially ethical], being content with what you have; for He has said, " I will never [under any circumstances] desert you [nor give you up nor leave you without support, nor will I in any degree leave you helpless], nor will I forsake or let you down or relax My hold on you [assuredly not]! Herein we may perceive the exalted holiness of the Divine Lawâfar transcending all human codesârequiring inward purity. was made, it had a much more comprehensive meaning. Fourthly they were to beware of covetousness, especially the love of money. The thought is that while we are making lawful efforts to produce the desirable things of life, we should not be fretting because we are not as successful as others or as much so as we had expected to be ourselves. This is right and reasonable, fit for God to command and profitable for man to obey, the very temper and felicity of Heaven itself. Powered by Lightspeed Technology speed Technology Click the Bible for the all new StudyLight.org!! More resources, better tools and easier navigation Test drive it and tell us about your experience. There is then an inward delight by way of anticipating the pleasure that object will give; and then, unless restraining grace intervenes, the outward act of sin is committedâsee James 1:14, 15. App-105. "Thou shalt not covet" ( Exodus 20:17). That which most effectually strikes at our innate selfishness is the love of God shed abroad in the heart. "Let your conversation be without covetousness, and be content with such things as ye have" (v 5). so that we boldly say (namely, in the words of Psalm 118:6): the Lord is my helper, and I will not fear; what can a man do to me? 9:23-28 The Three Appearances of Jesus 9:27-28 I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive Seek to be able to trust God’s promise, I. Lunemann says, “Possibly, as Bleek and De Wette believe, the author has quoted it directly from Philo. never = by no means. . Rather they should be content with what they have (compare Philippians 4:11), because godliness with contentment is great gain (1 Timothy 6:6), and can be sure that the Lord will never fail them or forsake them in whatever needs they might have (compare Matthew 6:8; Matthew 6:19-34). . That which ought to be saved for a rainy day, is used to gratify a desire which covets some unnecessary object. First, in getting. The love of money is a source of sin. It is a divine adage. What does Hebrews 13:6 mean? the Sunday editions of the newspaper. We are to be holy for God is holy, and contentment is a significant key. It is this tenth commandment which, above all others, discovers unto us our depravity and shows how very far short we come of that perfection which the Law requires. No longer finding in God the supreme object of his soul's delight and confidence, fallen man loves and trusts in the creature (mere things) rather than the Creator. Jesus Christ is the Same Yesterday and Today and Forever (Hebrews 13:8) Hebrews 13:9-10. on StudyLight.org That which is here forbidden is concupiscence, or those imaginations, thoughts, and desires, which precede the consent of the will. Hebrews 13:5. Absolutely. Here indeed he plucks up the evil by the very roots, as it is necessary when we seek to free from it the minds of men. for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee; which is a promise made to Joshua, and belongs to all believers, Joshua 1:5 which may regard things temporal, as that God will not leave his people in the hands of their enemies, nor forsake them in distress, nor withhold any good thing from them needful for them, but will supply them with the necessaries of life, with which they should be content: and this passage is very pertinently cited for this purpose, and could be easily understood in this sense by the Hebrews; for the Jews explain such places as speak of God's not forsaking men, of the sustenance of them, as Psalm 37:25 and observe that the word עזיבה, "forsaking", is never used but with respect to פרנסה, "sustenance"; though the words may also relate to things spiritual, as that God will not leave them to themselves, to their own corruptions, which would overpower them; nor to their own strength, which is but weakness; nor to their own wisdom, which is folly; nor to Satan, and his temptations, who is an over match for them; nor to the world, the frowns and flatteries of it, by which they might be drawn aside; nor will he leave them destitute of his presence; for though he sometimes hides his face, and withdraws himself, yet not wholly, nor finally; nor will he forsake the work of his own hands, in them, but will perform it until the day of Christ; he will not leave or forsake them, so as that they shall perish; he will not forsake them in life, nor at death, nor at judgment. tropos. Hebrews 13:6, CSB: "Therefore, we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers (11) Debir.—See Joshua 15:15; Joshua 15:49.In Joshua 10:38-39, its conquest is assigned to Joshua.The name means “the oracle.” It afterwards became a Levitic town. As in Ephesians 5:5 and elsewhere impurity and covetousness are combined, so here the precepts of Hebrews 13:4 lead on to a warning against love of money: , “let your turn of mind [disposition] be free from love of money, content with what you have”. This Presence is the guarantee of protection and supply. Ling., chap. In view of these warnings shall we call this worst of iniquities "a little sin"? Let your conversation be without covetousness: And be content with such things as ye have; For he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee: Ð½Ðµ Ð¾ÑÑÐ°Ð²Ð»Ñ ÑÐµÐ±Ñ Ð¸ Ð½Ðµ Ð¿Ð¾ÐºÐ¸Ð½Ñ ÑÐµÐ±ÑÂ», "Let your conversation be without covetousness, and be content with such things as ye have", "Let your conversation be without covetousness. Hebrews gives a series of warnings against unbelief, which comes from a hardened, rebellious heart, as well as a portrait-gallery of dear saints, whose faith we should emulate, for they simply trusted the word of the LORD and in the end, came forth as pure gold. Remember Your Leaders and Imitate Their Faith (Hebrews 13:7) Hebrews 13:8. 13:4–5). With Him as our banker we can never finally run short. Lust and lucre follow one another as closely akin, both seducing the heart from the Creator to the creature. Proverbs 17:17 speaks of a true friend that is a friend at all times. It tells us that God will never lose His grip on us (John 10:29). Alas, how the Gospel is dishonored and the sanctuary defiled by such sanctimonious wretches. See Acts 1:11. without, &c. Greek. See what covetousness did for Achan, who lusted after the forbidden silver and gold: he and his whole family were stoned to death ( Joshua 7). conversation = bent, manner (of life). Greek. Let’s read that verse. Therefore we are accountable to judge the first inclination toward evil and resist the very earliest solicitations. For He Himself has said, ‘I will never leave you nor forsake you. C. Christian love does not love money (Hebrews 13:5-6). Content— Not excluding proper effort to better your condition, but securing tranquillity in the condition that results, and meeting all disadvantages with equanimity. Greek. The covetous man is ever running out into futurity with insatiable desires after secular good; and, if this disposition be not checked, it increases as the subject of it increases in years. Thus God’s faithfulness has continued throughout history. —Your daily course and character in life. For here he swore, not more for Abraham’s sake, than ours, as the apostle shows. . John Piper @JohnPiper. It is Good For Our Hearts To Be Strengthened By Grace (Hebrews 13:9-10) Hebrews 13:11-14. The fact that we discover so much within that is contrary to God's holy requirements should deeply humble us, and cause us to live more and more out of self and upon Christ. 31:6, 8; ÐÐ°Ð². Hebrews 13:1-6 Often, near the end of New Testament epistles, there is a concluding section that strings together a variety of direct, practical admonitions. Read what Jesus said in John 14:18. Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible by Matthew Henry. also Genesis 28:15; Joshua 1:5; 1 Chronicles 28:20.) Be without covetousness - Ephesians 5:3 note; Colossians 3:5 note. Hebrews 13:6. 9:22 The Scarlet Thread That Runs Through the Bible. Recently we read a faithful article wherein the writer took to task the lies and deceptions practiced by many shopkeepers and their assistants in palming off upon the public various forms of merchandise by misrepresenting their quality and value; the writer concluding with a solemn emphasis upon "all liars shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone" ( Revelation 21:8). As we look forward to the year that will begin in an hour's time, many of us may perhaps be wondering what kind of year 2004 will be. The very fact that a previous clause specifies "not greedy of filthy lucre" makes it clear that "not covetous" includes more than "not a lover of money.". There is a hoarding up for self which is entirely reprehensible. The Greek word which is here rendered "covetousness" is literally "lover of silver," and the R.V. Second, instances are given in which this chief spiritual grace is to be exemplified: in Christian hospitality (verse 2), and in compassion for the afflicted (verse 3). "The covetous, whom the Lord abhorreth" ( Psalm 10:3). Hebrews 13:5 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Hebrews 13:5, NIV: "Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, 'Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.'" Does the eighth commandment interdict every act of theft? 28:15; ÐÑÐ¾Ñ. Proverbs 19:6 speaks of someone that is not a true friend. Light is cast upon those words by, "I had not known sin, but by the Law; for I had not known lust (âconcupiscence,' margin) except the law had said, Thou shalt not covet or "lust" ( Romans 7:7)â"concupiscence" is an evil desire, an inordinate affection, a secret lusting after something. It is in the heart like the tide in the sea, allowing no rest. —Our happy equanimity is not based on a stoical reliance on self, but on a divine basis. Hebrews 12:19 - and to the blast of a trumpet and the sound of words which sound was such that those who heard begged that no further word be spoken to them. So also it is a bounden duty to make provision for those who are dependent upon us: "But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel" ( 1 Timothy 5:8). (6,7) Be strong and of a good courage . oud" ou me. It is the working of this evil lust which lies at the root of very much of the fearful Sabbath-desecration that is now so rife. There are no less than five negatives in this short sentence, and these connected with two verbs and one pronoun twice repeated. Preached at / Published Life BPC Watchnight service, 2003-12-31. God's Word also sets before us some fearfully solemn examples of the judgments which fell upon covetous souls. ", "In those days saw I in Jerusalem some treading winepresses on the Sabbath, and bringing in sheaves, and lading asses; as also wine, grapes, and figs, and all manner of burdens, which they brought into Jerusalem on the Sabbath day: and I testified against them in the day wherein they sold victuals. v2 But in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son. The longing is caused by the heart's being enticed by the delight promised. But it is so contrary to the desires of our hearts by nature, and so superior to the actual attainments of the best Christians on earth, that it is very difficult to persuade them that God requires such perfection, and still more difficult to satisfy them that it is indispensable to the happiness of rational creatures, and most difficult of all to convince them that everything inconsistent with this or short of it is sin; that it deserves the wrath of God, and cannot be taken away, except by the mercy of God through the atonement of Christ" (T. Scott). Test drive it and tell us about your experience. How many today are possessed with an insatiable craving after "bargains," buying things "cheap," without any conscientious consideration of the real worth of the article: it is that which fosters so much fraud. Close. The year is almost over. Break the Greek word down: But let us not be misunderstood on these points. Yet even then we need the exhortation, "If riches increase, set not thine heart upon them" ( Psalm 62:10). The reason of the apostle's mentioning this sin of covetousness is, because the Jews were prone to it, and these believing Hebrews might be inclined to it, and be dissatisfied with their present condition, in which they suffered the spoiling of their goods; and besides, unless this was avoided, the above mentioned duties could not be performed aright, as brotherly love, hospitality, remembering and relieving persons in bonds, and adversity. David repeated the promise to Song of Solomon, 1 Chronicles 28:20; and it is repeated in substance to Israel. Christians, in principle, precept, and practice, should show their abhorrence of covetousness, should be contented with the allotments of Providence, be grateful for mercies, and never fear the want of any needful good, for the Lord has engaged to supply them. But covetousness is only too often winked at, and some covetous persons are regarded as very respectable people. then the tenth condemns our saying "what a weariness is it." What was said to them extends to us. Hebrews 13:5,6 - Christ, The One Who Abides With Us Forever. In Proverbs 1:21 wisdom at the gates of the city . So they should not be concerned about whether they were rich or not. [Hebrews 13:5] And hast not withheld thy son, thine only son. It is a lusting after what God has forbidden or withheld from us, for we may crave, wrongly, after things which are not evil or injurious in themselves. By Rev Charles Seet. To His disciples Christ said, "Take heed, and beware of covetousness: for a man's life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth" ( Luke 12:15). The votaries of Mammon are linked with "drunkards and adulterers," and such are excluded from the kingdom of God ( 1 Corinthians 6:10). Proverbs 17:17 says, “A friend loveth at all times, and a brother is born for adversity.”” Twelve times in the book of Proverbs, we are given instruction regarding a friend. Greek. Hebrews 13:5 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Hebrews 13:5, NIV: "Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, 'Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.'" Compare with this the beautiful argument of the Saviour in Matthew 6:25 ff. renders our text "Be ye free from the love of money." Then Satan will seek to persuade that he is not responsible for involuntary thoughts (which come unbidden), that evil desires are beyond our controlâinfirmities which are excusable. The direction of our life, the tenor of our conversation and the disposition of our hearts should always be pleasing to the Lord, for we are God’s children. See Acts 2:27. And consider Hebrews 13:5 as a combination of the two Old Testament passages. He and I, as Delitzsch tells us, are used in post-biblical Hebrew as mystical names of God. Covetousness is an inordinate desire of the heart after the creature; which is a fruit of man's apostasy from the Lord. From the love of money. But God says to him "Keep thine heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life" ( Proverbs 4:23), and makes him realize that every lusting after what He has forbidden or withheld is a species of self-will. We may boldly say, the Lord is my helper. Note the strong emphasis on the negatives which is there in the Greek. As in Ephesians 5:5 and elsewhere impurity and covetousness are combined, so here the precepts of Hebrews 13:4 lead on to a warning against love of money: ἀφιλάργυρος ὁ τρόπος , “let your turn of mind [disposition] be free from love of money, content with what you have”. ou me. I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee; the words occur in Deuteronomy 31:6, as a promise to all Israel, and again in 1 Chronicles 28:20, as a promise to Solomon. A M Hodgkin (Christ in All the Scriptures) writes: The glories of our Savior are exhibited in this Epistle; it is one of the most precious books in the Bible. For example, in 1Peter we read, "while they behold your chaste conversation:" note "behold" was not "hear!" In the poor, it works envy, discontent, and fraud; in the rich, pride, luxury, and avarice. The Apostle teaches us that "whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that "we through patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope," Romans 15:4; and as "all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us," 2 Corinthians 1:20, all believers are encouraged to appropriate this precious promise in all their straits and difficulties. Hebrews 13:5. The Divine law expressly declares, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor's ( Exodus 20:17). But the Holy Scriptures are very explicit on this subject. Home > Study Desk. This is followed by a longing after or wishing for it. Hebrews 13:5-6 Posted March 07, 2016 Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” ", Let your character [your moral essence, your inner nature] be free from the love of money [shun greed -- be financially ethical], being content with what you have; for He has said, " I will never [under any circumstances] desert you [nor give you up nor leave you without support, nor will I in any degree leave you helpless], nor will I forsake or let you down or relax My hold on you [assuredly not]!" Similar promises, similarly expressed, occur in Genesis 28:15; Deuteronomy 31:8; Joshua 1:5; 1 Chronicles 28:20. : “I will never forsake thee nor overlook thee.” Yet it is remarkable that the exact words given by our author are found in Philo, 1:430, 26. He appointed his Son to be the owner of all things. Coffman Commentaries on the Bible. They should beware of craving after money (1 Timothy 6:10) and the deceitfulness of riches (Mark 4:19). Hebrews 13:5: “Let your conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as you have. Who is largely responsible for this commercial dishonesty? I. Covetousness in life SHOULD BE AVOIDED. It is the very nature of the depraved heart to hanker after that which God has forbidden and to crave after what is evil, though this spirit may be developed more strongly in some than in others; at any rate, a larger measure of restraining grace is granted to one than to another. Let your conversation be without covetousness. Isaiah 41:10; Isaiah 41:20. Then he who has set limits to his desire so as to acquiesce resignedly in his lot, has expelled from his heart the love of money. But possibly, also, the expression, as here found and in Philo, may have been stereotyped into a proverb.” Delitzsch suggests that the passage had assumed this form in the liturgical service of the synagogue, and thence may have been used by both Philo and our author. ÐÐ½Ð¾ Ð¿Ð¾Ð´Ð¾Ð±Ð½Ð¾ ÑÑÐ²ÐµÑÐ¶Ð´ÐµÐ½Ð¸Ñ: Â«Ð½ÐµÑ Ð°Ð±ÑÐ¾Ð»ÑÑÐ½Ð¾ Ð½Ð¸ÐºÐ°ÐºÐ¾Ð³Ð¾ Ð¿ÑÑÐ¸, Ð½Ð° ÐºÐ¾ÑÐ¾ÑÐ¾Ð¼ Ð¯ ÐºÐ¾Ð³Ð´Ð°-Ð½Ð¸Ð±ÑÐ´Ñ Ð¾ÑÑÐ°Ð²Ð»Ñ Ð²Ð°ÑÂ». Let your conversation - Your “conduct” - for so the word “conversation” is used in the Scriptures; notes, Philemon 1:27. Money is spiritually poisonous. This is the mother sin, for "the love of money is the root of all evil." D. Christian love imitates worthy leaders (Hebrews 13:7). A comment or two also requires to be made upon the term "conversation." It exposes to manifold temptations, whereby we are rendered an easy prey to many spiritual enemies. Should we also seek God’s manifest presence? or lest I be poor, and steal, and take the name of my God in vain" ( Proverbs 30:8, 9). It is an insatiable lust, for when covetousness rules, the heart is never satisfied: "He that loveth silver shall not be satisfied with silver, nor he that loveth abundance with increase" ( Ecclesiastes 5:10). Hebrews 12:19 - and to the blast of a trumpet and the sound of words which sound was such that those who heard begged that no further word be spoken to them. One of Satan’s worst enemies is a man on his knees. Keep Yourself Free From the Love of Money and Be Content (Hebrews 13:5-6) Hebrews 13:7. 2 Do not neglect to show R621 hospitality to strangers, for by this some have entertained R622 angels without knowing it. 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