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A removal of their humbling circumstances.2. Question, but then, may we not give over praying for the lifting up in that case? First, our text is evidently intended to bear upon us IN OUR CHURCH LIFE. It is a blessed thing whenever you come to God to come wondering that you are allowed to come, wondering that you have been led to come; marvelling at Divine redemption, astonished that such a price should have been paid that you might be brought nigh to God. In your affliction humble yourself by confessing that you deserve all that you are suffering.3. How strange that any of them should be crushed with anxiety! It is the care which keeps the responsibility of life without despairing under it. Care distracts us from service, but the Divine mind does not forget one thing while remembering another. But we may further think of God's precise knowledge of our anxieties. But, further, these anxious cares very frequently lead to other sins, sometimes to overt acts of transgression. (b) Observing what these circumstances do require of you as suitable to them. II. In fact, the carefree person is most likely covering up a host of cares by his or her carefree demeanor. Why should we not be as calm as the sailor boy in the wild storm who knew that "his father held the helm"? It is not a chance, it is not an accident, there is a "hand" in it. I want you to feel that you have not a due sense of sin, and come to Jesus just so. He had lost his burden, for he had cast it on his friend. This will prevent your indulging in immoderate attachment to the things of time, and will preserve you from many mortifying disappointments which produce fretfulness and depression.Conclusion: 1. The same words are used by the apostle James, with the additional expression, "He giveth more grace." Come before God a criminal, in the prison dress, with the rope about your neck. (4) Humility of spirit in humbling circumstances ascertains a lifting up out of them some time with the goodwill and favour of Heaven (Luke 18:14). (John Main, D. D.)A sermon to ministers and other tried believersC. There are our business and family claims.3. TO ENFORCE the text. We will consider the lifting up as brought about in time, which is the partial lifting up. His imagination ever dwells upon some disagreeable point; and it is not in the power of all the enjoyments of this world to give it any sort of solace.4. Nevins, D. D.There is such a thing as care. )Humiliation of soul under God's mighty handJames Sherman.I. 1. We must go at once to the First Cause; or else we dishonour God under every trial.2. His love for you involves this. "No more projects for going to the heathen," she wrote. The gospel is peculiarly adapted to produce this feeling: this is its very end and effect: "no flesh shall glory in His presence; the Lord alone shall be exalted in that day." Boston. You have probably heard someone say, “that guy doesn’t have a care in the world.” But is that true? Divide it with others we may to some little extent. Worrying over it day and night, he had become thin, looked haggard, lost appetite and sleep. And it carries a line of wisdom through one's whole conduct (Proverbs 11:2), "With the lowly is wisdom." We then give Him proof of our confidence, and He responds to the sentiment which His own Spirit had awakened with all the fulness of His nature.(C. And how sweet is this! Frequently our heavenly Father's design in sending trial to His children is to make and keep them humble; let us remember this, and learn a lesson of wisdom. There are few men in responsible positions who have not felt the force of a distinguished Englishman's words, "I divide my work into three parts. And what is pride? "Well," said the king, "you take care of my business, and I will take care of yours. I will appear for you, and all will be well." Let parents manifest much of this temper in the treatment of their children. The whole country is transformed into fairyland, and Aladdin's cave is outdone by each patch of scrubby oak trees. Incurable sickness — incurable disease in the body, is "the mighty hand of God" on a man. There can be no fretfulness in it, and no sort of fear and despair.1. Certain courses of action are the very reverse of casting all your care upon God, and one is indifference. The forbidden care is that which we cannot carry with us to God or cast contentedly into His keeping. The world is right, if the man is simply crushed into submission by overwhelming power; but the world is quite wrong if the man has voluntarily bowed the high head of his pride, and has cheerfully yielded up his will with his care to God. Who does not know it by experience? The Search OF the Savior: Why Jesus Came, Part 1 (Luke 19:1-10), Bible Storying Series - Teaching The Story Of God Chronologically. That only is kindly humiliation that comes in that way (Zechariah 12:10).II. 1. Did not Providence keep this course with Him, first humbling Him, then exalting Him; first bring Him to the dust of death, in a course of sufferings thirty-three years, then exalt Him to the Father's right hand in eternity of glory? If God put His "mighty hand" upon us, intending to keep us under it, we know of a surety that we cannot escape. If he has undesignedly given some occasion for them, he amends the fault; if he deserves them not, he regards them as little. 10:23). Rid of that, nay future care is gone. Therefore the apostle says, "Humble yourselves under God's mighty hand. "The mighty hand of God," is on some of you. II. You may tell your griefs to others to gain their sympathy; you may ask friends to help you, and so exercise your humility; but let your requests to man be ever in subordination to your waiting upon God. This must have been St. Peter's question very often; it must be ours. He might be spurned by the people of Judaea as a Galilean, or by the Romans as a Jew; but perhaps he should set his foot upon the necks of both; he should have some goodly place in his Master's kingdom, if not the highest place of all. Peter is not referring to very light suffering — to sorrow, that is here during this moment and that will be gone the next. An anxious, a discontented temper of mind, must prove a source of misery, must subject the soul to perpetual uneasiness and pain in all the situations of life. Well then, what more have you to do? This lifting up is never too soon. Her broken plan had been replaced by a larger and a better one. Good parents direct little children about everything, for they need such direction. Psalm 115:3 But our God is in the heavens; He does whatever He pleases. To stand complete before my God, with a justification in which His own eye can see no fault; to feel that I am an "heir of God," a "joint heir with Christ," and that eternity with all its blessings is my own forever. (2) However, there are some cases wherein this lifting up does take place. It is equivalent to the branch depending on the vine. Illustration: On a visit to a museum in Bonn, a young American student became fascinated by the piano on which Beethoven had composed some of his greatest works. 1. These are circumstances —(1) Of imperfection. Well then, what more have you to do? The stream of providence perpetually rolls on with an impetuous current; and he who ventures to oppose it shall only fatigue himself and waste his strength and spirits in vain. I am sure you must have some grave anxiety weighing on your mind." He is more concerned about our welfare than we could possibly be.”1 Furthermore, He is infinitely more capable of caring for us than we are for ourselves. In the behaviour of the angels, as it is revealed to us in the Scriptures, we find that part of humility called condescension, or a cheerful submission to any offices by which the good of others may be promoted. Humility consists in a correct estimate of our moral condition. How strange it is that he should forget this difference, and, entering into a comparison of himself with his fellow men, should plume himself upon a supposed superiority. Directions for reaching this humiliation.1. 1. If we are truly humble we shall cast our care upon God, and by that process our joy will be exalted. It is this minor distinction, the comparative difference between man and man, which excites envy in one party and creates haughtiness in another. Ah, if a man must be humbled, and is exalted by his humility, when he sees God, surely when he sees the possibility of himself, there is no truer or more exalted feeling for him than to look in on what he is, and think it very mean and wretched by the side of what he might be, what his Lord has shown him that he was made for. "the hand of God." J. That sorrow from which I cannot escape is a "hand." She went, intending to sail for India immediately on her return; but she found the sister dying with consumption, and without proper attendance; and once more she waited until the end came. If, however, you feel as if you could not do that, let me urge you to go to God ill secret and own the sin of this unbelief; for a great sin it is. God compels rivers, oceans, in their courses, etc., but calls souls to their high destiny. We are desired to cast it all upon God. "No more projects for going to the heathen," she wrote. Care to us is exhausting, but God is all-sufficient. Believe in a universal providence, the Lord cares for ants and angels, for worms and for worlds; he cares for cherubim and for sparrows, for seraphim and for insects. It is the most productive of all sins (Hebrews 2:5; Psalm 10:2; Proverbs 13:10). He breathes into them new desires, baptizes them into a new spirit. The very mystery of that veiled country seems to tempt the imagination to people it with alarms. Nay, exalt thy brother, if truth and God's glory need it. Walker. He divides the burden, and shows whom He trusts most by taking the larger part himself, when God bids him cast it all on Him. It calls us to action. It is not a chance, it is not an accident, there is a "hand" in it. But many an one would like to cast the care on God, and keep the self in his own hand. The flesh represents man’s attempt to find security, significance, peace, and satisfaction, and purpose apart from God, or at least apart from total dependence on Him. It is not every sort of care that we are invited to cast upon God, but only the care of those things which the Christian dare avow in the presence of his Father, and humbly ask of Hint by prayer. You must mourn, to have your sorrow turned into joy.4. Then observe, again, that this recognition must be of the hand, from which there is no escape: "the mighty hand of God." There is need of a digging deep for a thorough humiliation in the work of conversion (Luke 6:48). In speaking of so great a being as God, adoration may perhaps be the better word, so long as it is understood to be the adoration not of fear but of love — the adoration of desire, of grateful affection, and of fervent praise. Humility is a virtue so excellent that the Scriptures have in some sort ascribed it even to God Himself. Equally vain is it to undertake to strike out a Christian course by saying we will distinguish between the objects of our anxiety — as by being careful for the spirit and negligent of the body; careful for faith and hope and charity, but negligent of daily business, household, and society. See, He has called us to be His sons, will He starve His children? Why, then, should we yield to them, or submit tamely to their assumptions? H. Spurgeon.I. Because He hath set His love upon us we can surely cast our care upon Him. Open with me this morning to the book of 1 Peter 5:6-11. If we will put the self into His hand absolutely, He will take it, care and all. (1 Peter … There are many cares not of a personal but rather of an ecclesiastical character, which often insinuate themselves and plead for life, but which must nevertheless be put away. God says that as much to you as He said it to any saint of old.(C. Christianity, at its very beginning, was seen as a Jewish faction. When your sin is confessed, then acknowledge that if justice were carried out towards you, apart from undeserved grace, you would be sent to hell. III. 1. "The hand of God, the mighty hand." The birches were bent to the earth, to be sure, but the statelier trees were broken and maimed, and sometimes rent in two, by the burden of the ice. THE ARGUMENT WHICH THE APOSTLE HERE USETH TO PERSUADE US TO THIS DUTY of casting all our care upon God, because it is He that eateth for us.1. 1 Peter 5:1-5 Humble Leaders and Members in the Church. "Be sober," etc. A very simple illustration may help our apprehension. There is a world before us. The hand of God is in all our circumstances. You know how a schoolmaster will sometimes shut himself up with a dull pupil, and hold him down to a problem. I have realised that my blessed Saviour 'bore the huge burden away'; but it is the little cares of every day life." Yet man is entirely a dependent being. Care even when exercised upon legitimate objects, if carried to excess, hath in itself the nature of sin. Let us, then, SEEK AND CHERISH THIS GRACE, the only temper that can make us shine before God, the only one that can render us blessings to each other. "Oh," you say, "I think I have a due sense of sin." THE NATURE AND EXTENT OF THE DUTY ITSELF. Perhaps they are reduced to the very brink of despair. What exactly does it mean to allow yourself to be humbled? But over and above this, there is a largo amount of anxiety which is unnecessary, useless, injurious. Use: Let the bent of your heart then, in all your humbling circumstances, be towards the humbling of your spirit, as under the mighty hand of God. Humility in man helps him to maintain a serenity and calmness amidst all the storms of life. If we let our spirit fall, we will lie always among folks' feet, and they will trample on us. THE TEXT INSISTS UPON THE RECOGNITION OF THE AGENCY OF GOD IN ALL OUR AFFLICTIONS. And then this repentance is not just once for all: it must be a daily thing, a strengthening habit. Why? Such a precept as this CANNOT BE SUPPOSED TO INCULCATE AN ENTIRE NEGLIGENCE, OR A TOTAL INATTENTION, TO OUR EXTERNAL SITUATION IN LIFE. Next, cast all your cares on God, because you will have matters enough to think of even then. Pride is an insoluble particle. M. Birrell.What is care? It’s the idea of coming to a place in life where, realizing the Savior’s complete sufficiency and our insufficiency (we realize that we can’t really handle any part of life apart from the Lord), we then cast the whole of life on Him. What infant feels alarmed when its mother's hand is upon it?II. Self-sufficiency is inefficiency. A removal of their humbling circumstances.2. I will appear for you, and all will be well." Thus He trains us for duty here and for rest hereafter. Now Christianity's great primary revelation was God. Humility consists in a due sense of our dependence. This command in 1 Peter 5:6 occurs in a context where leaders are warned against lording it over the flock and where young men are exhorted to submit themselves to elders and all are challenged to clothe themselves with humility. A proud man will neither learn anything from his neighbour nor receive anything from his God. "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." The next point of humility is that we are conscious of our own incompetence to do anything aright. De Witt Talmage. We may properly pray, "Lord, send labourers," and with equal propriety we may ask that He who has the silver and the gold may give them for His own work; but after that we must cast our care on God. II. You see something of the same kind in ordinary matters. Lastly, a submitting readily to the meanest offices requisite in or agreeable to our circumstances. Just at that point an accident disabled her mother, and the journey had to be deferred. Lastly, of sin as the punishment of sin (Job 30:19).3. Aye, the man could stand it now: and that which would once have intoxicated, was now taken with lowly thankfulness. There is not in our Heavenly Father, in our Blessed Saviour, the faintest infusion of that wretched jealousy of their creatures which old heathenism ascribes to its gods; that wretched jealousy of human power and wisdom, — even of human goodness, which we can trace in ancient classic tragedy. We know it not, but God knows it, who has appointed it. It was used of casting garments on a beast of burden. The bitterest draught that ever a man is called on to drink is the confession that he cannot help himself. Prayer tells God what the care is, and asks God to help, while faith believes that God can and will do it. (b) The promises of the Word whereby Heaven is expressly engaged for a lifting up to those that humble themselves in humbling circumstances (James 4:10; Matthew 23:12). So far as the burden of sin is concerned, the believing, trusting soul says, "Thank God all is well. (5) There is an appointed time for the lifting up of those that humble themselves in their humbling circumstances (Habakkuk 2:3). Into that trial and battle and storm all the brotherhood, even the great elder Brother, have gone. There is a season for it, and that season is in the soul. (10) Give up at length with your towering hopes from this world, and confine them to the world to come. Do not try to carry the anxiety with your weak hand. As it is in itself sin, and the mother of sin, we note again that it brings misery, for where sin is, sorrow shall soon follow.4. What if you be undeserving! What a thought to carry through this vale of tears, and to go down with into the deeper valley of death, that God cares for me! Cyrus played only with those more skilful than himself, lest he should shame them by his victory, that he might learn something of them, and do them civilities. This reverence is not one grounded ultimately upon differences of position or differences of age. Let grace be magnified by your grateful heart.1. Directions for reaching this humiliation.1. The word has two shades of meaning. It hinders the affections when they try to rise heavenward. Were there no life after this, there would be weight in that objection; but, since there is another life, there is none in it at all. Some men are ashamed of suffering. They get the lifting up together with the interest for the time they lay out of it.6. (4) The picture of building our own cisterns rather than drinking from God’s resources as the one and only Fountain of Living Water. How unequal is the match? Care even when exercised upon legitimate objects, if carried to excess, hath in itself the nature of sin. But the reason of reasons is that contained in our text — "He careth for you." And God is making all things work together for this. I SHALL DIRECT TO AN IMPROVEMENT OF THIS DISCOURSE. If one wants to prove that man is but a little lower than the angels, the son and heir of God, he must go to the Bible. Next, cast all your cares on God, because you will have matters enough to think of even then. 2. Accept the heavenly order. One would think if you were just to say, "Well, I have done all that is to be done, now I will leave it with God," that you might go about your business and have the full use of your senses to attend to it.3. Do you want to hear the bitterest sorrow that ever wrung this human heart? Already, so far as character is concerned, God has lifted you up. And of this resistance consider —(1) The sinfulness, what an evil thing it is. "Be not wise," says the apostle, "in your own conceit." In the process they develop an insatiable appetite for the details of life which never truly fill their emptiness. III. But His aim is to exalt your entire humanity, to lift it up in all its states, and in all conditions. (Hebrews 12:2). Do you notice how in Bible teaching God deals with us as wise parents treat little children? A destiny that is wonderful. Neither ought we to be careless in reference to the future.Approaching the positive aspect of our subject, and taking it for granted that men are not making cares for themselves, the question presses upon us, "Is there a remedy for care?"1. It tells me of a temper which ought to exist in society, which would preserve it; but of a temper which is first of all to be cultivated in myself — which cannot by possibility be diffused through a mass, except as it is formed in the heart of a man. "If Shimei curse, let him curse, for God hath sent him." II. Sermon 1 Peter 1:3-9 A Living Hope Check out these helpful resources Biblical Commentary Sermons Children's Sermons Hymn Lists 1 Peter 1:3-9 A Living Hope Dr. Keith Wagner Recently we have been watching reports on the news about the Kosovo Albanians. And so our God says to us, as His servants, "Do My work, and I will do yours. There is a threefold exaltation, of which the Scripture speaks.1. But, further, these anxious cares very frequently lead to other sins, sometimes to overt acts of transgression. 2. The issue then is to put first things first, to seek God’s kingdom and His righteousness, to rest in His loving care, and to not worry about tomorrow. It is a burden, and it has also a sting. 2. You trust the matter entirely to me. (3) Humbling of self before a personal, great, and loving God is true humility. (6) It is not to be expected that immediately upon one's humbling himself, the lifting up is to follow. SOME PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR ENABLING YOU RIGHTLY TO CAST YOUR BURDENS ON THE LORD, EVEN IN THE TIME OF SEVEREST DISTRESS. Towards God first and chiefly the emotion is to be cherished, the attitude maintained. So far as the burden of sin is concerned, the believing, trusting soul says, "Thank God all is well. It differs entirely in its nature from that carelessness and insensibility which the bulk of mankind too generally indulge. A young man, for instance, who has lust closed his school life and gone to business, finds himself surrounded by things new and strange. This is what Pharaoh did and Ahaz. It is our duty to be attentive; and it is equally our duty to avoid anxiety. It involves a self-contradiction. Yet it is very simple; no hidden meaning lies in the words; you are simply bidden to trust Jesus. But just how can I manage to do this when everything seems to be going wrong, when Murphy’s law seems to be the rule rather than the exception? 3. Humility is the great qualification for the reception of knowledge and for entrance into the kingdom of heaven. See what He is preparing for you in heaven, will He not enable you to bear the burdens of this present life? And there are the religious claims that press upon us. 2. Oh for more humility, for then shall we have more tranquillity. It is that same Christian saint penitent for his sin. Another anxiety of a personal kind which is very natural, and indeed very proper if it be not carried to excess, is the care of your children. To judge too severely of ourselves, and to fancy we are guilty of faults from which we are free, cannot be humility, because there can be no virtue in mistake and ignorance. And among those to whom he wrote the risk was doubtless considerable. His care of all the creatures He has made, and all that is involved in giving to each his "meat in due season.". "Oh," you say, "I think I have a due sense of sin." GOD'S CARE OF US IS A PERSUASION TO CAST OUR CARE ON HIM. Why, they will get —1. A young man, for instance, who has lust closed his school life and gone to business, finds himself surrounded by things new and strange. Tillotson.I. Note the need for the watchfulness. 9:26; Ezek. H. And — first, some considerations for clearing the nature thereof. In social life, the husband is the head of the wife; parents have authority over children; masters over servants. Tillotson. Consider what a lovely and engaging example of humility Christ hath set us. Were there no life after this, there would be weight in that objection; but, since there is another life, there is none in it at all. 5. 1 Peter 5:6.Conclusion drawn from the Old Testament passage, ταπεινώθητε οὖν ὑπὸ κ. τ. Do not try to carry the anxiety with your weak hand. Humility is associated with the purest happiness. SOME PLAIN ILLUSTRATION OF THE DUTY HERE ENJOINED.1. Accept the heavenly order. If I cannot do it myself, can I find anyone who will? "Everything is beautiful in its season," and the bringing down of the spirit now is beautiful, as in the time thereof. 2. It makes a man especially hateful to God (Proverbs 8:13; Proverbs 16:5). I finish by using my text with all earnestness in reference to the unconverted IN OUR SEEKING FORGIVENESS AS SINNERS. 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