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me, and heard my cry.". Gratitude can only be shown by making some return. II. The psalmist refers, again, to the great benefit of PIOUS PARENTAGE. (Rom 6:4) "Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: But over and beyond there is a third cup of God's holy anger against sin, deep and filled with wormwood and gall. As a sickly flower pent within the cottage window turns itself towards the sun, and by drinking in its beams worships it, so you who have nothing to give to the collection, so you who have no talents for Sunday school teaching, so you whose lives seem to be one dull round, one common task, do worship God in most spiritual fashion by just breathing His air, imbibing His beams, meditating on His mercy, and asking still for more. THE LORD WHO PROMPTS THE INQUIRY WILL ENABLE US TO GIVE THE RESPONSE. Maclaren, D. D.)Taking in givingA. This is the true infusion which gives sweetness to whatever of bitter, and more of sweetness to whatever of sweet, the cup may contain, when the name of the Lord is pronounced above it. THE BELIEVER'S STATEMENT OF FAITH. 4. Luther 1984: Ich will den Kelch des Heils nehmen / und des HERRN Namen anrufen. We can reject it or neglect it, but there is no other way of salvation. 3. Being fickle themselves, they believed their gods were also fickle. The LORD has delivered him from all kinds of trials and tribulations: from … The very existence of the poor (and we have them with us always) is an opportunity for good works. Shall we be content to tell them of a better land? Where are you in relation to God? Praise Him, it costs nothing, it is all that you can do, and it is just what He is willing to accept. It is a cup of salvation, however hard it is sometimes to believe it. Now that I am poor, I have all things in God." One point of difference between the godly and ungodly is that the former see God in connection with their cup, and that the latter see Him not. By Dr. Jeffrey K. London. Psalm 116.12–14 | How Shall I Benefit Him Who Has Benefited Me? Our own poverty.III. THE BENEFITS WHICH THE LORD HATH CONFERRED UPON US. The best way to praise Him for mercies past is to accept mercies present, and to anticipate the mercies that are still in store. And, first, let us be sure that we recognize the real contents of our cup. And the same attitude of reception which we have to assume at the beginning of our Christian life must be maintained all through it. We no longer must be held captive in 'sin's dread sway'. Psalm 116 is a prayer of thanksgiving. Psalm 116:15. … (Psalm 116:12), Render = to give in return, give back, restore, reflect, echo, to give Without this, the preceding precept would be a piece of pure selfish epicureanism — and without this it would be impossible. In the Psalm, he is expressing his gratitude and praise. Will you pay your vows unto the Lord in the basement of the tabernacle? God communicated His whole fulness to the Church for ever when He sent His Son, and when His Son sent His Spirit. Yet any exposition of Psalm 116 should include the entire text. Past and present gifts on the part of God should encourage us in three things — prayer, praise, and thanksgiving.(S. Being fickle themselves, they believed their gods were also fickle. us eat, and be merry:". 14 I will fulfill my vows to the Lord in the presence of all his people. We have kept the grandest lesson of harvest till the last. The Man Christ Jesus comes in a body like our own, He looks on the cup of Divine anger, He takes and begins, to drink, and finds it a cup of trembling and amazement, but never a moment's pause or hesitation till He came to the dregs, and His anguished soul cried, "My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?" Psalm 116 begins with a confession of love and ends with a call for praise. Birch.? Friendships, schemes, plans, ambitions, amusements, speculations, studies, loves, businesses — can you call on the name of the Lord while you put these cups to your lips? "Precious in the sight of the Lord was the death of His saint;" i.e. Martin.In the Bible "the cup" is used to represent the condition of a man, his circumstances, and his portion (Psalm 11:6; Psalm 16:5; Psalm 23:5; Psalm 60:3; Psalm 75:8). I will pay my vows to the L ord. He may have looked like a harmless floating log. )The cup of lifeM. Where are you in relation to God? If we carried that spirit with us into all our small duties, sorrows, and gladnesses, how different they would all seem! There is a name of God on every cup and in each act of offering a cup. The dangers of pessimism. The Jewish father at the head of his family on the old Passover day, at a certain period in the family feast, solemnly lifted the wine cup and breathed a thanksgiving to God, and then drank of it with all around him. Psalms 116:12-13. As we begin the month of November, our thoughts usually turn to a time The place was red with the blood of saints, and brown with the burning of fires! H. Nothing would be too great for us to attempt, nothing too small for us to put our strength into. Das Buch der Psalmen Kapitel: 116, Vers: 13 Psalm 116, 12 Psalm 116, 14. Martin. down his life for his friends. Grooves. GOD GIVING.1. I will lift up the cup of salvation . Suddenly a reverse in fortune came, and he lost all. What Shall We Render (or give back) Unto Him? 1 I love the LORD, because he hath heard my voice and my supplications. If not, fling them behind you — for they are full of poison which, for all its sugared sweetness, at the last will bite like a serpent and sting like an adder.(A. Do you take this name of the Lord as a test. How came it there? "Open thy mouth wide and I will fill it." There can be no greater slight and dishonour to a giver than to have his gifts neglected. We requite God by taking rather than by giving, not merely because He needs nothing, and we have nothing which is not His. SOME THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY THE QUESTION. (1)When we are quick to see and slow to forget our mercies. And, first, let us be sure that we recognize the real contents of our cup. Thank God for the cup of communion, and the cup of consolation. is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved. “What will I give to Yahweh for all his benefits toward me?” (v. 12). 3. Then, again, another of the elements of this requital of God is — be sure that you take what God gives. Psalms 116:12 What shall I render unto the LORD [for] all his benefits toward me? Our 'walk' speaks of our testimony to others. He "delivered his soul from death," his "eyes from tears," his "feet from falling." Take the illustration of our own case. One more element of this requital of God has still to be named — the thankful recognition of Him in all our feasting, — "call on the name of the Lord." Our Debts A) The Lord Heard Him! Have you never read of one who, being brought to the place of martyrdom, kneeled down in the mire at Smithfield, and, lifting up his eyes to heaven, said, "I will pay my vows now in the midst of thee, O Smithfield"? THE RESPONSE WHICH THESE BENEFITS DEMAND. God is ever seeking to make up this response; and the devil is ever seeking to prevent it. Take what you have and you will find that you have all that you need.(A. Past and present gifts on the part of God should encourage us in three things — prayer, praise, and thanksgiving.(S. Part of their purpose – which is the same purpose that hymns and Bible and GOD GIVING.1. God is in health and in healing, in wealth and in extrication from poverty, in prosperity and in lifting up out of adversity. He rises again; and now the cup which He had drained is as full of blessing as it was of woe. "I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord." II. NIV God's Justice: The Holy Bible, hardcover. But do we know about the 10 percent? I suggest taking Psalm 116 as a whole as the basis for the sermon, putting it in the contexts of the celebration of the deliverance from Egypt and also the celebration of deliverance from sin and death as achieved by the Messiah suffering on the cross (Luke 24:26). What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits toward me. Take up your neglected mercies, my brethren. Hitherto helpless, we need not be so much longer, and the force of a Sahara sun may be carried through wires to Cairo, and thence irrigate the desert, or possibly, if need be, it could pulsate under our streets, and be made to burn in Greenland." But if thanksgiving be good, remember thanksliving is better, therefore let thy whole life join in the harmony.(A. The psalm begins with a profession of love for the Lord, because He listens to prayers (v. 1). NOW, I note HOW DEEP THAT THOUGHT GOES INTO THE HEART OF GOD. 3. To "take the cup of salvation" is to receive a blessing in all its fulness, to the utmost limit of our receptive capacity, and of our power to accept and to enjoy. This psalm is the story of how good the LORD has been to the psalmist. Must he not take? 15. (3)When there is an absence of all thought of human merit.II. to walk uprightly for Him. Only he who enjoys life in God enjoys it at all. It runs over with Divine acts of help and sustenance. Will you not be the Lord's servant and pay your vows in the presence of His people?II. Now, when you take the cup at what is called the Lord's Supper, it means, likewise, that you publicly testify that you are a friend of Jesus who died for you; and when you eat the bread, you mean that you earnestly desire to receive the truth, which the bread represents. Sermon Luke 17:11-19 & Psalm 116:12 The 10 Percent. (Rom 10:13) "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord This is the true infusion which gives sweetness to whatever of bitter, and more of sweetness to whatever of sweet, the cup may contain, when the name of the Lord is pronounced above it. Because he hath inclined his ear unto me, therefore will I call upon him as long as I live. THE RETURN MADE FOR THESE BENEFITS. And he answers, "I will walk before God in the land of the living"; "I will pay my vows unto the Lord"; "I will offer to Thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving."(J. It is difficult because of their number, character, variety; and because of Satan's never-ceasing endeavor to hinder us herein. It gives to express itself, and to bless the giver. Ages back man was tempted and drank of a forbidden cup; it wrought madness in the brain, enmity in the heart, and the poison spread into all parts of his being, and as the result of the first draught he had to drink of another, the cup of sorrow. He has given, once for all, and continuously, all that every man, and all men, need, for their being made perfectly like Himself. MANY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS IN THE BIBLE. II. The LORD has delivered him from all kinds of trials and tribulations: from … And I doubt not many a financial loss that has overtaken wealthy or well-to-do members of the Church has been visited upon them because while they "received" they failed to "render." Like most preachers, I found a style that fits me and stuck with it. What shall I render unto the Lord ] This he speaketh as one in an ecstasy ( Amor Dei est ecstaticus ), or in a deep demur what to do best for so good a God. Some absolutely 1. And so common joys become sacraments, and enjoyments in our homes and in our innocent pleasures become worship, and the cup of mingled bitter and sweet that is provided for each of us by our loving Father becomes a cup of blessing and of salvation over which and by reason of which we can come more fully to recognize and praise the goodness of God.(M. How much blessing and happiness we all rob ourselves of by our slowness to feel that! This is the true infusion which gives sweetness to whatever of bitter, and more of sweetness to whatever of sweet, the cup may contain, when the name of the Lord is pronounced above it. "The son of Thine handmaid" — how great a blessing is acknowledged in those simple words! Alexander of Greece was warned by a friend that his physician was seeking an opportunity of poisoning him; but, when the physician next time presented the cup, Alexander looked in his face steadfastly, and then, taking it in his hand, said, "I drink to show my trust in thee!". The first answer that occurs to you, no doubt, is — because of His all-sufficiency and our emptiness. )LinksPsalm 116:12 NIVPsalm 116:12 NLTPsalm 116:12 ESVPsalm 116:12 NASBPsalm 116:12 KJVPsalm 116:12 Bible AppsPsalm 116:12 ParallelPsalm 116:12 Biblia ParalelaPsalm 116:12 Chinese BiblePsalm 116:12 French BiblePsalm 116:12 German BiblePsalm 116:12 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)When there is an absence of all thought of human merit.II. Maclaren, D. D."What shall I render?" This is one of those passages in Psalms where the writer has enjoyed deliverance from peril by the hand of Jehovah. (Psa 34:6) "This poor man cried, and the LORD "My cup runneth over." If not, fling them behind you — for they are full of poison which, for all its sugared sweetness, at the last will bite like a serpent and sting like an adder.(A. God communicated His whole fulness to the Church for ever when He sent His Son, and when His Son sent His Spirit. THE PRICE THAT WAS PAID - THE SHED BLOOD OF CHRIST - 1 Peter 1:18-19. Psalms 116:12.—Spurgeon, Sermons, vol. G. The following verses contain the answer which the same spirit gives. There may be some who are in want. It leads our thoughts on from carnal food to Jesus, who is the Bread of Life. As far as a landscape without sunshine is inferior to a landscape upon which the sun sheds his rays, is the appearance of blessings when separated from God, to the same blessings when regarded as the gift of His hand.IV. The psalmist also refers — and, as it is the occasion of the psalm, refers at length — to the benefit of RESTORED HEALTH AND PROLONGED LIFE. I. The death of a saint (born again Christian) is precious because of: 1. (2)When our heart is in our praises. Must he not take? Tell them that Jesus, who laid their burden upon them, will help them to bear its weight. That’s the question the Psalm asks. 3. Verse 12-13. I. Prayer is the basis of fellowship with God. And he answers, "I will walk before God in the land of the living"; "I will pay my vows unto the Lord"; "I will offer to Thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving."(J. You may want to have your bulletin open to that page as we contemplate Psalm 116 and meditate on how it points to tonight’s events, the events of Maundy Thursday. Noah's deliverance was a cup of salvation. How many of us have to thank God for this priceless benefit — the benefit of a pious parentage and religious training! This would please Him. 4. 3. What's on our hearts…our needs…our struggles. The Arabs say that if you eat bread with them or taste their salt, they can never injure you; everlastingly they are your friends. Precious in the sight of the L ord. Psalm 116:12-19 New International Version (NIV) 12 What shall I return to the Lord for all his goodness to me? Past and present gifts on the part of God should encourage us in three things — prayer, praise, and thanksgiving.(S. What shall I return to the L ord. Take up your neglected mercies, my brethren. It gives to express itself, and to bless the giver. the best robe, and put it on him; and put a ring on his hand, and shoes "What think ye of Christ whose Son is He?" The heart's gratitude is all the saint can give in return for mercies that are fresh with every hour, and as numerous as the seconds in the day. God is in health and in healing, in wealth and in extrication from poverty, in prosperity and in lifting up out of adversity. We should love Him because of all His benefits toward us. The first answer that occurs to you, no doubt, is — because of His all-sufficiency and our emptiness. (Psa 40:1) "I waited patiently for the LORD; and he inclined unto 3. Will you not take the cup of salvation? Let them take the bestowments that they have, and they will find them enough for their need. Please use these sermons as the Lord leads, but nothing on this site may be used for profit without my expressed, written permission! It is the quality of life that is important to us, isn't it? xvi., No. Ages back man was tempted and drank of a forbidden cup; it wrought madness in the brain, enmity in the heart, and the poison spread into all parts of his being, and as the result of the first draught he had to drink of another, the cup of sorrow. The Lord didn't just promise us life, but He promised that life would Maclaren, D. D."What shall I render?" And that is how God gives. NOW, I note HOW DEEP THAT THOUGHT GOES INTO THE HEART OF GOD. Illegitimate Son of Mary. And yet shall we refuse these "corruptible things" when by them we may bring honour to our Saviour and help to extend His kingdom?II. NIV, The Jesus Bible, Hardcover. We hear people praying for "larger bestowments of grace." But if thanksgiving be good, remember thanksliving is better, therefore let thy whole life join in the harmony.(A. How many of us have to thank God for this priceless benefit — the benefit of a pious parentage and religious training!III. Psalm 1, and T. Pierson, on Psalms 27, 84, 87, in Nichol's Series of Commentaries. This word here "I will take" we may fairly translate as "I will raise." But now let us look at THE ELEMENTS WHICH MAKE UP THIS REQUITAL OF GOD IN WHICH HE DELIGHTS. To "take the cup of salvation" is to receive a blessing in all its fulness, to the utmost limit of our receptive capacity, and of our power to accept and to enjoy.III. The great thought which lies here is that we best requite God by thankfully taking what He gives. Like other psalms of this type (see Psalm 30; 32; 34), Psalm 116 begins by saying that God has rescued the psalmist from trouble (verses 1-2). "Open thy mouth wide and I will fill it." Hartley.The whole lot in life of the psalmist appears to him like a cup full of tender, good, loving faithfulness and delivering grace. II. Are you in rebellion? Being a child of God carries the responsibility of being a witness If we carried that spirit with us into all our small duties, sorrows, and gladnesses, how different they would all seem! The Arabs say that if you eat bread with them or taste their salt, they can never injure you; everlastingly they are your friends. 2. Maclaren, D. D.It is a most natural thing, as all languages show, to talk of a man's lot, either of sorrow or of joy, as the cup which he has to drink; and there are plenty of instances of the metaphor in the psalms, such as "Thou art the portion of mine inheritance and of my cup, Thou maintainest my lot." THE BENEFITS RECEIVED.1. 1. The true record of the bankruptcy of many a Christian merchant might be written thus: — First, he failed to render to his God; then, and therefore, he failed to receive from God (for God could no longer give where no adequate return was made), and then, lastly and consequently, he failed to pay his fellows. The words, God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, represent the God who is to be seen in the lives of these men. Then, again, another of the elements of this requital of God is — be sure that you take what God gives. He inclined His ear to me, and that is why I call upon Him (v. 2). Psalm 116 may be a very good place to begin. You may want to have your bulletin open to that page as we contemplate Psalm 116 and meditate on how it points to tonight’s events, the events of Maundy Thursday. Martin. How can I repay the LORD for all His goodness to me? THE ONLY ANSWER THAT CAN BE GIVEN. )Taking all God offersS. )The cup of salvationA. Sermon Notes for Proverbs 1:7 Next Book → ← Back to Chuck Smith's Bio & Resources ← Back to all Commentaries. 3. 13 I will take the cup of salvation, and call on the name of Yahweh. The blessedness of true religion, based upon Divine revelation, is that is clearly shows that our God will never leave us. "I will take the cup of salvation and call upon the name of the Lord." A recognition of a relation with us upon God's part, and of dependence upon our part.4. It contains a full account of what it means to trust God through challenging circumstances. 4. "I will take the cup of salvation." Many times, these creeds are used during the services of formal churches. Martin.How much more happy we should all be, if we only received all that God offers and accepted more cordially that which we do take! The Arabs say that if you eat bread with them or taste their salt, they can never injure you; everlastingly they are your friends. But whether or not such retribution overtakes the unjust steward in this life, there can be no doubt that when the Lord returns He will require the balance-sheet to be presented — a balance-sheet in which the receiving and the rendering alike will he faithfully chronicled; and then the Lord "will render unto every man according to his work."I. As his grateful heart thinks of all God's benefits to him, he feels at once the impulse to requite and the impossibility of doing it. Why, the whole essence of Christianity is in that antithesis, if you think about it. 13. He is a prayer-hearing and prayer-answering God.2. In His giving and working and ministering and protecting, God is ever writing His name. But now let us look at THE ELEMENTS WHICH MAKE UP THIS REQUITAL OF GOD IN WHICH HE DELIGHTS. In His giving and working and ministering and protecting, God is ever writing His name. Let us tell them of that country, and lead them thither, but let us also tell them to be patient here. Yet, even in misfortune, he was still happy. Something which the personal God has provided and arranged, held out to His creatures. a. The Lord had redeemed his soul from death. SOME THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY THE QUESTION.1. But do we know about the 10 percent? 16). Praise Him, it costs nothing, it is all that you can do, and it is just what He is willing to accept. Ages back man was tempted and drank of a forbidden cup; it wrought madness in the brain, enmity in the heart, and the poison spread into all parts of his being, and as the result of the first draught he had to drink of another, the cup of sorrow. The first answer that occurs to you, no doubt, is — because of His all-sufficiency and our emptiness. There is a reference, in the use of the word "name," to the manifestations of God, to historical Divine manifestations (Exodus 3:13-15).I. voice. Friendships, schemes, plans, ambitions, amusements, speculations, studies, loves, businesses — can you call on the name of the Lord while you put these cups to your lips? And, first, let us be sure that we recognize the real contents of our cup. Okay, certainly by now, after all we’ve been through in our political process, everyone knows about the 1 percent, and the 99 percent, and the 47 percent. Take what you have and you will find that you have all that you need.(A. Through this small loophole we can see the inestimable advantages of a religious home. the lines are fallen to us in pleasant places; we have a goodly heritage. The psalmist makes no reference to his father, but his mother's pre-eminent piety stands before him still, and he recognizes it as one of his choicest blessings when he says, "I am Thy servant and the son of Thine handmaid." Cf. How came it there? toward me?". And now, with health restored and life prolonged, the psalmist cries, "What shall I render unto the Lord for all His benefits towards me?" Will you not be the Lord's servant and pay your vows in the presence of His people?II. "Take" the cup of salvation, not make. There is an old legend of an enchanted cup filled with poison, and put treacherously into a king's hand. Through this small loophole we can see the inestimable advantages of a religious home. and thou shalt be saved, and thy house. As St. James expresses it, He is the giving God. SOME THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY THE QUESTION.1. He is interested in what we have to say. "The son of Thine handmaid" — how great a blessing is acknowledged in those simple words! One point of difference between the godly and ungodly is that the former see God in connection with their cup, and that the latter see Him not. … Continue reading "Commentary on Psalm 116:1-2, 12-19" It is true that as you "were not redeemed with" such "corruptible things as silver and gold," so such things as silver and gold can never make adequate repayment to your Redeemer. Psalm 116:12-19 New International Version (NIV) 12 What shall I return to the Lord for all his goodness to me? 2. MAN TAKING. is the death of his faithful ones. Reading: Psalm 116:12-19. True prayer is worship, homage. First question God asked man, "Adam where art thou?" 13 I will take the cup of salvation, and call on the name of Yahweh. Sermon Notes for Psalm 116:12 ← Prior Section. It runs over with Divine acts of help and sustenance. The death of a saint (born again Christian) is precious because of: 1. 15 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants. Study the bible online using commentary on Psalm 116:12 and more! 16). (This … THE RETURN MADE FOR THESE BENEFITS. / -a) Micha 6, 6.7. What you cannot lift before His pure eyes and think of Him while you enjoy, is not for you. Sermon for November 7, 2010 READINGS: Psalm 116:12-19; Matthew 6:25-33 Rev. Take the cup entirely, which you have taken but partially, and with the taking of every cup call upon the name of the Lord.(S. There can be no greater slight and dishonour to a giver than to have his gifts neglected. The psalmist refers to the great benefit of PERSONAL SALVATION (ver. Sermon Notes for Psalm 118:22-26 Next Section → Sermon Notes for Job 1:20-22 ← Prior Book. / -a) Micha 6, 6.7. Maclaren, D. 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