"Despise not prophesyings," i.e., preaching, the apostle has just said. Nor do we mean imposing rites, splendid churches which are very beautiful and helpful to the weak, but are not the religion of Jesus Christ. Christianity says, "Bear ye one another's burdens," etc. There, for instance, is the poor deluded Romanist, who believes implicitly anything that his Church teaches, whether reasonable or unreasonable. Of such a nature. Prove Him. Careful. It goes forth to explore all regions, and will not be stopped by authority or opposition. But try and rise from these to the self-denial of Christ, "who loved us and gave Himself for us." This supposes an infallible instructor. Freedom of thought. Let them follow their deepest instincts and highest aspirations and they will reach the throne of God, and their first act will be to worship Him.3. Mere assault on error or ridicule of folly is poor and heartless work. You tell him, for example, that he must believe in the Trinity, in regeneration, in the resurrection of the body. But when it teaches that there is a God, a Trinity, a soul in this body, a heaven prepared for it, I may not and do not fully comprehend these spiritual truths; but I do not decline to believe them on that ground; for while they do transcend my reason, they do not contradict it. Hence —2. If this law ruled all other laws would he needless. )Prove all thingsB. We can no more believe in the incredible than see the invisible. Hold it fast, without fickleness or fear. Hence —2. Well, a mole might say there is no sun, no bright worlds; yet these do exist, and if the mole would only come out of his hole he could catch some rays of glory. Cleave to the Church which Christ purchased with His blood. - powered by SermonAudio )Man in relation to the vast and the specificD. Then what is the meaning of the general addresses to the Churches, as such, at the commencement of each Epistle, but that the minds of laymen as well as ministers should be exercised upon them? If imperfect men had all the privileges of angels consequences would follow very different from those characterizing the history of angels, but no one would say that they were the necessary effects of the enjoyment of angelic privileges. Selfishness, as seen in the priest and Levite in the parable of the good Samaritan, passes by suffering, and avoids the inconvenience of sympathy: as seen in Lot's choice, it takes the best, indifferent to the claims of others.2. The "truth as it is in Jesus," a living, beautiful, soul transporting reality. "Faith and reasonProf. But it may be affirmed that to suppress this expression is a good thing, and prevents evil. Today, it is northern Greece. "(4) The spiritual and religious faculty sanctified by the Holy Ghost: "He that is spiritual judgeth all things." Primarily man's reason is the touchstone. G. If this law ruled all other laws would he needless. Having made up your mind, after due deliberation, adhere to your decision, and make use of it for further acquisition; not refuse to hear anything more about it, but be not unsettled without fresh and weighty argument. Another link is that God is loving. A VAST REALM FOR INQUIRY: "Prove all things." There is such a thing as good. TO YOUR FAITH. GOODNESS AS OPPOSED TO SELFISHNESS.1. A.)HoldfastsW. On the contrary the text breaks every mental bond.(J. Believe what all wise and good men have believed and proved, that there is such a thing as fixed truth, and having found it —2. Primarily man's reason is the touchstone. De Witt Talmage.Let me caution you against putting off making up your mind about this Book. We want to be peaceful while we live and when we come to die, and nothing is really good that does not help us to this end (Isaiah 55:1-3).2. )Innovation and conservatism in matters of religionT. The whole English nation was stirred up with them. He tells us first, to PROVE OR TEST all things. Do these illustrations apply? )Innovation and conservatism in matters of religionT. Does He not commend Himself to reason and conscience? We criminate ourselves deeply if we contend for the right of private judgment and neglect to search those oracles about which alone the faculty can be engaged. He had been speaking with his wonted fervour; but he sees nothing inconsistent in this with the soundest, calmest reasoning.I. We cannot afford to adjourn that question a week, or a day, or an hour, any more than a sea captain can afford to say, "Well, this is a very dark night; I have really lost my bearings; there's a light out there, I don't know whether it's a lighthouse or a false light on the shore. If we be men and not children we cannot be unconcerned about these controversies, but don't be alarmed, "Prove all things," etc. It is said that we have descended from very humble ancestors. Careful. God loved us — sent His Son to die for our sins — gave His Holy Spirit to transform our nature — by and by He will take us to Himself. Primarily man's reason is the touchstone. Look at the past. There is a danger of losing it; it is worth holding; it is more precious than worlds, it is the pearl of great price — the heaven of souls.(D. FAITH AS OPPOSED TO INFIDELITY — faith in God our Father, in the Lord Jesus who died for us, in the spiritual nature of man, in the spirit world.1. The process may be sketched. But I untie and separate them, and, for safe keeping, place one key carefully away in the drawer itself and lock it up with the other key. Beddome, M. The night of fear and struggle and waiting may be long and dark, but the morning will come to gladden you, if, like Jacob, you hold on.V. Jones, D. D.I would apply the text to the religion of Jesus Christ and assert that it is good, and because good that you are to hold it fast. )Links1 Thessalonians 5:21 NIV1 Thessalonians 5:21 NLT1 Thessalonians 5:21 ESV1 Thessalonians 5:21 NASB1 Thessalonians 5:21 KJV1 Thessalonians 5:21 Bible Apps1 Thessalonians 5:21 Parallel1 Thessalonians 5:21 Biblia Paralela1 Thessalonians 5:21 Chinese Bible1 Thessalonians 5:21 French Bible1 Thessalonians 5:21 German Bible1 Thessalonians 5:21 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)That perseverance in the way of truth and holiness is necessary to eternal happiness (Hebrews 10:38).(B. Shall we issue a decree and enforce it by penalties? You remonstrate with him for believing in transubstantiation, in the virtue of relics, in the absurd traditions of his Church. In days of church slumber, nothing is proved; in days of morbid wakefulness, nothing is held fast. There is something rich and substantial about it. I am not saying that every free inquirer into religion is worse than other men, but that he is no better by nature. TO CHRISTIAN EFFORT in behalf of souls. All extremes of views on religion are zealously and ably advocated. Why did God give us the power of judging at all? I shall desire to see all things in this Light. There is something rich and substantial about it. The Roman Catholic believes many truths that contradict human reason; the rationalist will believe no truth which transcends human reason; the true intelligent Christian believes nothing that will contradict, but many things that transcend, human reason. Here it is in the statute Book, and in vain do we call Christ Master unless we do what He bids us. DUTIES CONSEQUENT UPON THIS RIGHT.1. How so? It is impossible for one to be a true Roman Catholic without locking his reason up in his faith. But it not only demands, it gives the sure promise of attaining holiness — the Church is to be without spot, etc. It goes forth to explore all regions, and will not be stopped by authority or opposition. TO YOUR FAITH. The disposition to know what others think is, when moderately possessed, an admirable trait of character. Having made up your mind, after due deliberation, adhere to your decision, and make use of it for further acquisition; not refuse to hear anything more about it, but be not unsettled without fresh and weighty argument. The natural language of despair is, "Let us eat and drink for tomorrow we die," and that cry arises from materialism. "Despise not prophesyings," i.e., preaching, the apostle has just said. Tillett.Faith and reason are, as it were, two keys which God has given us with which to unlock all spiritual mysteries. "I am surprised," said the doctor, "that such an intelligent man as you should believe such an old fable as that." How do we know that the public judgment of any body of men may not be as pernicious as the private judgment of an individual? But did not St. Paul follow most strictly the steps of his Master, did he not depart altogether from the maxim which has been ascribed to himself, when he appeared in the eyes of the Jews, converted and unconverted, perhaps of apostles, to be violating sacred customs, and trampling upon the covenant of his fathers? Shall we issue a decree and enforce it by penalties? De Witt Talmage. A. We find from Scripture that the right of private judgment in religious matters is the duty, not merely the privilege, of every individual to whom the Word of God should come. Ever since 1772 there has been great discussion as to who was the author of Junius's Letters, those letters so full of sarcasm, and vituperation, and power. (2) A law ordaining perfect love to God and man. (2) Experience: "What fruit had ye," etc. (2) A law ordaining perfect love to God and man. You have seen the good; you have grasped it; now have nothing to do with whatever is not that, with whatever counterfeits it. The physician was an infidel, and the conversation turned upon religion. Tucker, B. Text: 1 Thessalonians 5.21-22 – “Test all things; hold fast what is good. Burnet.I. Hence —3. If any say that the laity must defer to authority, the authority here says exercise your private judgment! Reason has first to decide on the credentials of Revelation, and then to be consulted as to its contents. Our answer to this is, such would be a consequence not of the exercise of private judgment, but of human depravity. If imperfect men had all the privileges of angels consequences would follow very different from those characterizing the history of angels, but no one would say that they were the necessary effects of the enjoyment of angelic privileges. (4) Mysteries. Imitate that, and you are a Christian.IV. Unless we can hold on to that, life becomes hard and vexatious, and we are like people floundering on ice, but when our heavenly Father is a fact to us, life loses its bitterness and death cannot sting. )A life given to proving all thingsMark Pattison, B. D.I have really no history but a mental history I have seen no one, known none of the celebrities of my own time intimately or at all, and have only an inaccurate memory of what I hear. 1. Bickersteth. FAITH AS OPPOSED TO INFIDELITY — faith in God our Father, in the Lord Jesus who died for us, in the spiritual nature of man, in the spirit world.1. Put what they say to the test (1 John 4:1; Acts 17:11). 1 Thessalonians 5:21. 1. I can turn my face upward, build steamers that can cross the ocean against the storm, etc., more, I can pass within the veil and lay my hand on that of the Father, and say, "Thy will be done." The Word of God is, of course, the final appeal, but not by superseding reason — only by assisting it. Get this and then hold it fast. Just so far as the truth has become precious and familiar to yon, this likeness, this double, this mockery, will be loathed and kept at a distance. And why can he not believe these spiritual truths? No one can bear it for you, neither Church nor individual, and for this you will be held responsible at the Judgment seat of Christ.(S. This is the result —(1) Of those general laws by which the social progress of our race is governed. IV. The artist takes the rough block of marble and transforms it into a majestic statue, and everybody speaks of his genius. It may be captured like the ark, but it will give the Philistines more trouble than they bargain for. It made a different man of me. Yes, believe that the good is in all things, in those that you have made little account of, in those that you have been taught by others to hate, in those which you have learnt to hate yourself. Birch.There are many occasions when the soul feels that it has come to a crisis. With this other key I lock and unlock the drawer at pleasure. And why can he not believe these spiritual truths? All these years I have preached salvation, and wherever accepted have never known it to fail. If any say that the laity must defer to authority, the authority here says exercise your private judgment! (3) Then we have the doctrine that every one of us must give an account of himself to God, which implies the exercise of private judgment. Nay; if God tells us that every one of us must give an account then He means that we must prove all things against the day of that account.2. Judge it on its own merits for once.III. Let Christian men beware of this perilous frame of mind which leads inevitably to selfish misanthropy or unprincipled sensualism. It is not reasonable, nor happy, nor healthy to live in a permanent condition of unsettled conviction. This the Bible brings. Stimulating others by teaching them the great things of God. It made a different man of me. What would you think of a man who had no ear for music criticizing Handel's "Messiah"? What are those good things which we have to hold fast. Is it not more reasonable than that there is no intelligent cause? It welcomes inquiry.1. Shall we give an account of ourselves to God at the last whilst we are permitted to take no account of ourselves? The religion of Christ demands holiness, "Be ye holy." Let men cease then from burrowing in the earth. Cleave to the Church which Christ purchased with His blood. Selfishness, as seen in the priest and Levite in the parable of the good Samaritan, passes by suffering, and avoids the inconvenience of sympathy: as seen in Lot's choice, it takes the best, indifferent to the claims of others.2. The time for that sea captain to find out about the lighthouse is before he goes to sleep. Be not like the Athenians, who spent their whole time in hearkening to some new thing; but spend much of it in sifting the new things you hear. Never lose sight of it, no, not for an hour. The bishop said, "Doctor, suppose years ago some one had recommended to you a prescription for pulmonary consumption, and you had procured the prescription and taken it according to order, and had been cured of that terrible disease, what would you say of the man who would not try your prescription?" )Man in relation to the vast and the specificD. G. Horton.This advice is always pertinent; yet there are periods in which it is specially relevant. There is such a thing as good. God loved us — sent His Son to die for our sins — gave His Holy Spirit to transform our nature — by and by He will take us to Himself. "Don't deify the preacher." This is the end our inquiry should aim at. Is it not reasonable that the finite can never grasp the infinite?2. All your skill as an iconoclast will do nothing to meet the cry, "Who will show us," etc.II. (2) Experience: "What fruit had ye," etc. But try and rise from these to the self-denial of Christ, "who loved us and gave Himself for us." Which assumes —1. What would the world have been had it kept it? (6)An open profession of religion.2. It is said that we have descended from very humble ancestors. It is all a dream, says the materialist. A little bird in a London cellar knows instinctively that there is an outer world, although he has never been there, and he is brave enough in his gloomy place to make some attempts at singing and flying.2. Careful. Business perplexities.2. TO PRAYER. You ought to examine the inquirer as well as the object, the instruments he uses, and the faculties he employs. It is incumbent on us, then, not only to practice, but to encourage this exercise.3. Doing this we shall be preserved from rationalism on the one hand, and from credulity and superstition on the other. All your skill as an iconoclast will do nothing to meet the cry, "Who will show us," etc.II. A. Some deny this. I can turn my face upward, build steamers that can cross the ocean against the storm, etc., more, I can pass within the veil and lay my hand on that of the Father, and say, "Thy will be done." You tell him, for example, that he must believe in the Trinity, in regeneration, in the resurrection of the body. I don't know what it is; but I'll just go to sleep, and in the morning I'll find out." We criminate ourselves deeply if we contend for the right of private judgment and neglect to search those oracles about which alone the faculty can be engaged. Beddome, M. Christianity says, "Bear ye one another's burdens," etc. Birch.)HoldfastL. Now God does not demand that we shall believe in anything that contradicts our reason; but He does demand that we shall believe in truths that transcend human reason. But the time comes at length when the key I have will not unlock the drawer, and now I need the other; but I have locked it up and cannot get it. The arguments derived from the powers and faculties that God has given us is no less conclusive. Prove as gold and silver are tried, and as the strength of building materials are tested. Jones, D. D.I would apply the text to the religion of Jesus Christ and assert that it is good, and because good that you are to hold it fast. Hence —3. Shall we give an account of ourselves to God at the last whilst we are permitted to take no account of ourselves? Mere assault on error or ridicule of folly is poor and heartless work. 2. There is a danger of losing it; it is worth holding; it is more precious than worlds, it is the pearl of great price — the heaven of souls. )Innovation and conservatism in matters of religionT. But philosophers, poets, teachers of all the religions, believed that the dead lived. It is possible for every man to find God. Don't keep going over the old ground. GOODNESS AS OPPOSED TO SELFISHNESS.1. A SPECIFIC OBJECT TO ATTAIN: "Hold fast." 2 We always thank God for all of you and continually mention you in our prayers. Don't keep going over the old ground. Very wonderful is the work of the Divine Artist upon the soul, but something must be said for the soul that is capable of being changed into His image, and it is nothing less than this that our religion demands of it.2. These words involve the doctrines of —(1)Individual responsibility for religious faith and practice. Its revelations were not given for our amusement, but for our advantage. Next, careful inquiry is to be made; ideas and their fruits are to be tested. Believe what all wise and good men have believed and proved, that there is such a thing as fixed truth, and having found it —2. Unless we can hold on to that, life becomes hard and vexatious, and we are like people floundering on ice, but when our heavenly Father is a fact to us, life loses its bitterness and death cannot sting. Ever since 1772 there has been great discussion as to who was the author of Junius's Letters, those letters so full of sarcasm, and vituperation, and power. This is the end our inquiry should aim at. Do true children need rules and regulations to tell them how to behave towards parents and brothers? It is the good you want. You are nearer to Him than you fancy. On the contrary the text breaks every mental bond.(J. Let your object be to do all the good you can. The right of private judgment is conceded, and is exercised without scruple. (1) The Gospel and the way of salvation by Christ. etc.III. That St. Paul can never have meant his exhortation to bear the sense which we have forced upon it, a moment's thought will convince you. Put everything to the proof. 2. (2) In our pursuits we may seem to ourselves to be merely diligent in business, while we may appear to be contravening the prohibition of laying up treasures upon earth. Almost every heresy has at one time been protected and taught by public authority, and almost every orthodox sentiment has been put down by the same.II. "(3) Observation: "Ye shall know them by their fruits. Now God does not demand that we shall believe in anything that contradicts our reason; but He does demand that we shall believe in truths that transcend human reason. How so? Our age has three characteristics which bear on the interests of religion.1. It is a lie of the devil that "it matters not what a man believes." This is the only means of attaining and retaining personal peace, and manliness of Spirit.(T. But I conceive, brethren, that the peril of our being vanquished by some of its manifold forms will be infinitely increased, if we adopt that opinion which has gained such strength from the supposed authority of St. Paul. You will detect the evil, the lie, under each new disguise, and you will be able to stand aloof from it; to shun the contact of it. The religion of Christ demands holiness, "Be ye holy." 1 Thessalonians 5:21. Reason has first to decide on the credentials of Revelation, and then to be consulted as to its contents. In the morning the vessel might be on the rocks and the beach strewn with the white faces of the dead crew. (2) A law ordaining perfect love to God and man. It is said that we have descended from very humble ancestors. Let men cease then from burrowing in the earth. The text supposes that when all things are proved, some will be accepted, which are to be held fast. (3) A Saviour. Their instruments of inquiry are not clear, and they ascribe to the shining orb what really belongs to the foul tube. If, then, instead of assailing the depravity of man for abusing the right of private judgment we assail that right and forbid its exercise, we are mistaking the source of the evil and not taking the proper method to prevent it.2. Careful. What would you think of a man who had no ear for music criticizing Handel's "Messiah"? Hence we learn —(1)That nothing but true religion will stand its ground. There are propositions which no man can accept. Infidelity says there is nothing to know — no God, etc. They will never find heaven there. )Hold fast that which is goodB. Hold it fast against the power and subtlety of the tempter.(F. A VAST REALM FOR INQUIRY: "Prove all things." Take what pleasure you can, don't sorrow for anything, laugh at distress.2. 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