Conclusion — "To whom wilt thou flee for help? "I AM." He knows that he is on trial for eternity. Pulsford.God can be God and fearless, but we can scarcely be creatures and fearless. He could not manage to carry his big book any farther; he was disappointed and unhappy. Thus have I mentioned a few of the occasions in which this harp sounds most sweetly. GenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomyJoshuaJudgesRuth1 Samuel2 Samuel1 Kings2 Kings1 Chronicles2 ChroniclesEzraNehemiahEstherJobPsalmsProverbsEcclesiastesSong of SongsIsaiahJeremiahLamentationsEzekielDanielHoseaJoelAmosObadiahJonahMicahNahumHabakkukZephaniahHaggaiZechariahMalachiMatthewMarkLukeJohnActsRomans1 Corinthians2 CorinthiansGalatiansEphesiansPhilippiansColossians1 Thessalonians2 Thessalonians1 Timothy2 TimothyTitusPhilemonHebrewsJames1 Peter2 Peter1 John2 John3 JohnJudeRevelation, Select an Ending Point Thus have I mentioned a few of the occasions in which this harp sounds most sweetly. God makes Himself known passively to be the God of His people, by the word of His grace, and faith laying hold upon it revealed, and more subordinately in prayer, fasting, receiving of the Lord's supper, and such ordinances, so far as they are mixed with faith.(T. It dishonours God.II. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.' "Well," said he, "if it were I, Martin Luther, and the Pope of Rome who had to fight it out, I might well despair; but if it be the Pope against Martin Luther and Martin Luther's God, then woe be unto Antichrist." There is a gladness and a gratitude in connection with such an experience as this which only those who have been afflicted can know. We come to you, harp in hand, and pray you DISTINCTLY TO HEAR ITS NOTES. "Knowledge is the antidote to fear." In its depravity, in its ungodliness, the flesh lusteth against the Spirit and the Spirit against the flesh, and these are contrary the one to the other.2. CONSIDER THE USE THE CHILDREN SHOULD MAKE OF THIS SUFFICIENCY OF THEIR FATHER. To God's chosen ones (ver. Courage is a true estimate of dangers. Fearfulness of spirit casts many slanders upon God. It is with us as it is with the timid traveller in the Alps, who is attended by a faithful guide. Note the tense of it — not "I was," not "I shall be," but "I am." )General Gordon's faithSunday School Chronicle. The God of Isaiah 41:10 is the judge of all the earth. Courage is a true estimate of dangers. The guide has said, "You are trembling, sir, but the way is safe; I have passed it many a time with many a traveller as weak as you are. I do not say that our knowledge causes our danger, I only say it produces our fear. Do not imagine for a moment that it is your wants that bring to you this succour. "Be not dismayed, for I am thy God." There is no left-hand work with God; no sinister work; it is all right-hand work with Him. I answer, because of his knowledge. THE NATURE OF COURAGE. But sometimes He sees good reasons for not helping those who are in need.II. "Fear thou not, for I am with thee; be not dismayed, for I am thy God." What does the prophet tell us in regard to our covenant-keeping God? W. )The Christian's fears and the Christian's encouragementC. My text is such a harp.I. If he were awake, there would be agony in his face instead of a smile; but there would be a chance of escape. There are some people who are willing and able to help others, and who do help them too, but it is done in a very rough manner.(R. You are not alone, because God is with you.2. "I am with thee.". The comfort of my text excels all other comfort under heaven.2. Newton, D. D.)Our HelperJ. "I am" — what? If truth and righteousness he eternal, how bold and hopeful ought the missionary to be! The lie was the greater danger. and where wilt thou leave thy glory?" I have read of those who bathe in those baths of Germany which are much impregnated with iron, that they have felt after bathing as if they were made of iron, and were able in the heat of the sun to cast off the heat as though they were dressed in steel. IT IS UNNECESSARY. It implies that you and I have a burden, and as we are going through the world we are carrying it; but the burden is too heavy for us. 2. That he is surrounded by enemies.3. If truth and righteousness he eternal, how bold and hopeful ought the missionary to be! "I will help thee." Some fear that friendly succour will fail. Many a man fears because he is afraid of loneliness. How He becomes their God, and upon what terms. 3. "I will strengthen thee."4. In certain instances the habit of fearing has reached a monstrous growth.6. It is no virtue to be unconcerned in the presence of dangers, about which one is totally ignorant. There is a way by which the Lord can be with His people, which is best of all, namely, by sensible manifestations of His presence, imparting joy and peace which surpass all understanding.III. Even the strongest of God's servants are sometimes the subjects of fear (1 Kings 19:4).II. Some fear that friendly succour will fail. III. The guide has said, "You are trembling, sir, but the way is safe; I have passed it many a time with many a traveller as weak as you are. We are tired; we are overloaded, and there is one Traveller by our side who can help us.5. In your trade you may have to pass through much tribulation.3. A. Davies, B. D.)A trinity of Divine forcesJ. Joseph in Egypt, or Daniel in Babylon, would have been destroyed by their enemies, and would never have become prime ministers but for the Divine interposition.5. It was as though an unseen bodyguard encompassed him, and his enemies despaired of attaining their end. I may be in danger and not know it; but my ignorance does not diminish my danger; it rather increases it. There may be affliction and pain coming to you.V. You say this invitation is not in the text. THE CHRISTIAN'S FEARS. Poetical Books Have you heard the clamour of many, some saying this thing, and some the other — some saying, "He is a good man," but others saying, "Nay, but he decieveth the people"? It is wonderful how God has His relays of providential agents; how when He has done with one, there is always another just ready to take his place.4. That is to say, if the believer should fail, God himself would be dishonoured. If one have fear, he loses both courage and hope; and in this state no valuable work can be done. Why, the father had to go to the rescue, and carry both the great book and the little man. )Never despairW. What will be the end? So with the sinner; he enters upon this year amidst smiles and songs, and little dreams that ere the next year comes he will be in eternity. This is also the virtue which children most admire. I was too weak, however, to be much moved by it — too weak to find much direct consolation in the eternal springs of strength and joy. Newton, D. D.Two persons are spoken of here: "I" and "thee." "(Sunday School Chronicle. Pentateuch We are quite safe in God's hands, and fear is really unbelief. a. He could not manage to carry his big book any farther; he was disappointed and unhappy. )The Christian's fears and the Christian's encouragementC. Men fear they may lose all they have in the world, and they know very well that if they lose their property they usually lose their friends. )Fear and dismay -- an antidoteA. Do not imagine for a moment that it is your wants that bring to you this succour. Though I have spoken of my text as a harp yielding rarest music, yet IT NEEDS THAT THE EAR BE TUNED BEFORE ITS MUSIC CAN BE APPRECIATED. Cast away? God is always near when people are in trouble. Did you ever stand, as a servant of God, alone in the midst of opposition? What does the prophet tell us in regard to our covenant-keeping God? GenesisExodusLeviticusNumbersDeuteronomyJoshuaJudgesRuth1 Samuel2 Samuel1 Kings2 Kings1 Chronicles2 ChroniclesEzraNehemiahEstherJobPsalmsProverbsEcclesiastesSong of SongsIsaiahJeremiahLamentationsEzekielDanielHoseaJoelAmosObadiahJonahMicahNahumHabakkukZephaniahHaggaiZechariahMalachiMatthewMarkLukeJohnActsRomans1 Corinthians2 CorinthiansGalatiansEphesiansPhilippiansColossians1 Thessalonians2 Thessalonians1 Timothy2 TimothyTitusPhilemonHebrewsJames1 Peter2 Peter1 John2 John3 JohnJudeRevelation, Select a Beginning Point R. Macduff, D. D."Strengthen," "help," "uphold," a trinity of Divine forces, a triple wall of Divine protection. He knows that many a fellow-soldier has fallen.II. He explained to them that he knew it was a dangerous thing to tell a lie; but that it might even be a blessing to die. This is also the virtue which children most admire. )The sweet harp of consolationWe sometimes speak very lightly of doubts and fears; but such is not God's estimate of them- Our Heavenly Father evidently considers them to be great evils, extremely mischievous to us, and exceedingly dishonourable to Himself, for He very frequently forbids our fears, and as often affords us the most potent remedies for them. Luther rejoiced greatly whenever he felt that he had brought God into his quarrel. It is wonderful how God has His relays of providential agents; how when He has done with one, there is always another just ready to take his place.4. "Fear thou not; for I am with thee." If the work on which we have set our hearts is God's work, He will send to our aid all the succour we need.5. If God be for us in mission work, who can be against us?2. #151 – No Reason to Fear (Isaiah 41:10) Pray The Word. )Fear and dismay -- an antidoteA. Did you never feel the delight of saying, "The best of all is, God is with us; and, in the name of God, instead of folding up the standard, we will set up our banners." With our bodily weakness, our mental poverty and our spiritual failures, with the limitations of our humanity, we look forward to the work which we have to do, to the sufferings we shall be called to bear, to the battle we shall have to fight, with serious apprehension. There is the assurance of God's presence.2. and where wilt thou leave thy glory?" what motive can be found sufficient to inspire one to such acts of bravery?1. There is a threefold fear; a natural, a religious, and a turbulent fear. Courage makes heroes, and amongst the ancients, at least, heroes were second in rank to the gods. ( C. H. 2. God is in the quarrel of the man who attacks error; God is in the quarrel of the man who is trying to do good, to reclaim his fellow-creatures from sin, and to establish the kingdom of Christ. Dale of Birmingham, towards the close of his life, made the following entry in his diary: "Of course, when Sir Andrew Clark was sent for, and — and — came, I understood that my position was regarded as critical. When a man makes a promise to me that he will do so and so, I value the promise according to his ability and disposition to make it good. GOD IS WITH HIS PEOPLE IN THE DAY OF THEIR TROUBLE.IV. He knows himself: every day he lives he makes discoveries of his character that fill him with shame and sorrow. "I am afraid," was the reply; "and if you were half as afraid as I am you would run." Birch.I. Courage is a true estimate of dangers. So with the sinner; he enters upon this year amidst smiles and songs, and little dreams that ere the next year comes he will be in eternity. You say this invitation is not in the text. There are some people who are willing and able to help others, and who do help them too, but it is done in a very rough manner.(R. So there are tens of thousands of men who know nothing at all of what it is to have God with them. If, now, you read from verse 10, you will see who it is that promises help. Ay, and when you can quote a Divine promise, God is engaged in your affairs, because if He do not keep that promise, He is not true. (2)In regard of the virtue of it. But sometimes He sees good reasons for not helping those who are in need.II. They are God's servants, doing His will (ver. The gift of Him is as cheap as it is rich. The soldiers of the first French Revolution Were destitute of fear, and by nothing dismayed; hence, all the armies of Europe prevailed not against them, until, in the terms of Carlyle, they had provoked all men, and the Gaelic fire had kindled another kind of fire — the Teutonic kind.II. The soldiers of the first French Revolution Were destitute of fear, and by nothing dismayed; hence, all the armies of Europe prevailed not against them, until, in the terms of Carlyle, they had provoked all men, and the Gaelic fire had kindled another kind of fire — the Teutonic kind.II. He knows nothing of the rocks ahead on which, in a few moments, the vessel may dash, and where many a precious life will soon be gone for ever. "Now," said the father, "I knew he could not do it, but as he wanted to be doing something, to please him and to do him good by encouraging his industry, I told him he might take a book and carry it up." THE COMMAND.1. Courage displays itself in many ways. IT PREVENTS US FROM DOING OUR DUTY. GOD'S PEOPLE PASS THROUGH ADVERSITY.II. To these every honey-dropping word of this text belongs.I. Temporal calamity often visits the people of God.5. And then all that is with it and all that it introduces is righteousness. W. Teal.I. Many a child of God is afflicted with a fear that he shall one day, in some unguarded moment, bring dishonour upon the Cross of Christ. It is not every man that understands the delights of harmony, even in ordinary music. Dale of Birmingham, towards the close of his life, made the following entry in his diary: "Of course, when Sir Andrew Clark was sent for, and — and — came, I understood that my position was regarded as critical. Bunyan says of Mr. I know of no encouragement like this text if we properly appreciate it.(A. The right hand is an emblem of power — here, of omnipotent power — so that the work of righteousness which you do shall never cease. A. Davies, B. D.It was said of Simpson, the discoverer of chloroform, that his presence in a sick-room half cured his patients. He might have won his life by a recantation, or an apology to his judges. I have read of those who bathe in those baths of Germany which are much impregnated with iron, that they have felt after bathing as if they were made of iron, and were able in the heat of the sun to cast off the heat as though they were dressed in steel. The quintessence of all virtues is in Him. THE PROMISES WHICH GOD GIVES TO PREVENT PEAR AND DISMAY.1. CONSIDER THE USE THE CHILDREN SHOULD MAKE OF THIS SUFFICIENCY OF THEIR FATHER. So there are tens of thousands of men who know nothing at all of what it is to have God with them. That he is surrounded by enemies.3. Nor is hero-worship a thing unknown among older people.I. We have yesterday, to-day, and for ever, the same great "I am." Dale. 9). and where wilt thou leave thy glory?" "God is with me," he said; "and with Him on my side I fear my enemies as little as the crag fears the ocean's foam. "(Sunday School Chronicle. )Helpful presenceJ. 3. To God's chosen ones (ver. There is a way by which the Lord can be with His people, which is best of all, namely, by sensible manifestations of His presence, imparting joy and peace which surpass all understanding.III. IT IS WRONG TO FEAR. If truth and righteousness he eternal, how bold and hopeful ought the missionary to be! Occasions when comfort is needed are many; for some there be, who, like the willow, will only flourish in a soil which is always wet with consolation. What does it mean?1. C. Ford, M. Faith realises that others are learning from her experiences lessons which nothing else would teach them; and that glory is accruing to God in the highest, because men and angels see and know and consider and understand together that the hand of the Lord hath done this, and the Holy One of Israel hath created it (ver. Let us lay aside the thought that we have any power, and remember that from first to last it is all of grace. Fear is ruinous to our work.III. Apr 13, 2020 - Explore Christian Stress Management Bl's board "Isaiah 41 10", followed by 3279 people on Pinterest. who has become the Friend of His people. He shivers as he passes under overhanging cliffs, or glides down shelving precipices, or climbs the slippery steeps of glaciers, but if his guide has linked himself with him he is reassured. Courage displays itself in many ways. )Never despairW. "I am with thee." Who then can lay us low? It is with us as it is with the timid traveller in the Alps, who is attended by a faithful guide. Courage displays itself in many ways. The Old Testament Ay, and when you can quote a Divine promise, God is engaged in your affairs, because if He do not keep that promise, He is not true. Never mind, I must go over hedge and ditch to call the sinner to Jesus.(W. When all the currents of providence run counter to us.4. It became one of my “Go-To” verses on a hard day or when facing a challenging situation. And if you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, it will break out of your midnight, and up from your deepest valley too, that voice of the Father, the All-in-all.I. ( C. H. ITS GROUND.1. "I will strengthen thee." There are four reasons why Jesus is the best Helper.I. 5. Oh, the rhetoric of God! If you have ever passed through that ordeal, then have you needed the words, "Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God." "I will strengthen thee." When Christ asked them if they were able to drink of the cup which He should drink, and be baptized with His baptism, they readily replied that they were able. He will hold us up by His right hand. What about that future? We must never accept finite hurt and fear. It may be asked why does the Christian fear? But sometimes He sees good reasons for not helping those who are in need.II. It almost always results from unbelief, the sin of sins.2. In each case, Jesus solved the problem. He may not always be willing to help us just at the time, or in the way we desire, — that may not be best; but in His own time and way He is always willing to help.IV. The quintessence of all virtues is in Him. He preferred death, when the executioner brought in the poison cup, the friends who were gathered round him wept, and Socrates alone was calm. Note the tense of it — not "I was," not "I shall be," but "I am." The possession of such courage is to be coveted. Jack the Giant Killer is a story of perennial interest to the children. The young officer who was fighting by the side of an old veteran was surprised to find his face blanched with fear. I may be in danger and not know it; but my ignorance does not diminish my danger; it rather increases it. I do not say that our knowledge causes our danger, I only say it produces our fear. The meaning of the word is that GOD IS OUR ALL-SUFFICIENCY, and not dis-related, but related to us.II. After death, we read in this Word of great events, what shall happen to us; but we feebly comprehend the revelation. "Be not dismayed." The greatest courage often goes along with the keenest sense of danger. "Courage is equality to the problem before us." Teal. b. It almost always results from unbelief, the sin of sins. )The Christian's fears and the Christian's encouragementC. and where wilt thou leave thy glory?" We shall want this word of comfort most of all when we go down the shelving banks of the black river.7. His knowledge of you is even more exact than is the watchmaker's knowledge of the delicate machinery which he takes apart and puts together again.II. Pulsford. They are those whom He has not rejected from His service, in spite of the imperfections of which they are penitently conscious (ver. That precept is absolute and unqualified; we are not to fear at all Why?1. Cast away? BECAUSE HE IS ALWAYS KIND IN HELPING. I. BECAUSE HE IS ALWAYS NEAR TO HELP. A promise is nothing to me unless I have good security that it will be kept. The meaning of the word is that GOD IS OUR ALL-SUFFICIENCY, and not dis-related, but related to us.II. Remember that God never gives His children a stone when they ask Him for bread. and he straps a rope round the traveller and round himself. What will be the end? It is no other than "JEHOVAH," "JAH," "I AM." Pauline Epistles When my kids were preschoolers, I first became acquainted with Isaiah 41:10. 3. They are plants which flourish best in shady places, among the damps of sorrow. Garrett.When the late Dr. William Anderson lay dying, his friend, Mr. Logan, read this passage to him, and the noble old man at once seized it, and looking at his friend, said with great emphasis, "What a grand staircase that is up which to go to God!"(C. 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