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New Jersey Landlords Beware. Nicolas Rotsides. Who but the Holy Spirit can work in us the humility of Christ, the courage of Christ, the self-denial of Christ and full obedience to the Father's will such as He rendered? Who can give us all this but the Christ to whom we sing—. Let none of us think that we cannot be like Christ! Let nobody say, "The Pattern is too difficult for us to copy.
Let us weep our eyes out that we fall so short of it, but let us strive after it according to His striving, who works in us mightily, and never be content till we are, indeed, like He. What did the Psalmist say?
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Therefore let us sit in the Light of Christ till He is photographed upon us, and we go forth as living portraits of the Divine Pattern. I want, for a minute or so, to show you how the Lord can reveal to you, His servants who love and fear Him, everything you need to know about the great work of salvation.
In the Word of God we have a model of salvation and you. The Lord can teach you and will teach you all things that you need to know about His Church and the Temple of His salvation. Read the 11th verse of this chapter again—"David gave to Solomon, his son, the pattern of the porch. Tell the sinner to come to Christ just as he is! Do not begin setting up some fine porch of feelings or preparations. Set up the pattern of the porch, the wicket gate, with the light shining through it, and these words written over it, "Knock, and it shall be opened unto you.
And tell them that He even gives them that—they are not to look within themselves for it! If they do not feel their need, they must come to Him to get the feeling of their need, for from the very beginning it is all of Grace, and all of Christ! So, my Brothers, get a clear view of "the pattern of the porch.
Get a clear view of the houses that Christ gives His people to dwell in, how they should dwell in Him, how they should abide in Him and go no more out forever. I cannot enlarge on this, but you can think it out for yourselves, and explain it to your hearers and scholars. Think of those mansions of present joy and future bliss which they shall have who come in by the true and living Way, even by Christ Jesus, who is the only Way of entrance into the Temple of Salvation!
Oh, the infinite riches of the Covenant of Grace! Oh, the all-sufficiency of Christ Jesus, our Lord! Oh, the fullness of power that is to be found in the Holy Spirit! Oh, the heaps of blessedness which are stored away for Believers in the Person of their Divine Lord and Master! Get in your own heart a good clear view of the treasuries of the Temple of Salvation—and then go and preach about them to others! And what next? Then you have been near to Heaven, and near to your God!
Perhaps you have not attained to that height yet. If not, may the Lord write on your heart the plan of the upper chambers! Oh, there are sweet fellowships, there are communings which nobody knows but the man who has dwelt where Jesus is and who continues to abide in Him! He shall ask what he will, and it shall be given him. And he shall continually joy in God through Jesus Christ.
Get a good view of the inner parlors thereof. May the pattern of them be written on your own heart—and then go and tell others about them! A place, than all beside more sweet, It is the blood-stained Mercy Seat. God grant that you may know, by daily experience, the power of prayer at the place of the Mercy Seat! Then go and tell poor sinners about it! And tell poor saints about it, too, according as the Spirit of God has written it with His own hand upon your heart! Tell others what God. Our Lord said to His disciples, "What you hear in the ear, that preach you upon the housetops.
Well, take David as your example. First, David told Solomon all about it. Perhaps David might have been excused from teaching Solomon, as he was already so wise, but the fact that he did instruct him teaches us that the wisest child needs to be taught the things of God!
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If your boy is not a Solomon, you will need to teach him twice over, or many times, if necessary. Teach, him 19 times over and, if necessary, teach him 20 times over. If anybody asks, "Why do you teach him 20 times? Tell Solomon about it. Say to him, "My son,. Hear what your father has experienced of Divine Grace. Well, perhaps you say, "Yes, I will talk to my boys about the Savior. Shall I speak to anyone else? I count it a high privilege if I can get a little personal conversation with a choice young man, one who has great ability, and one whom we have reason to believe God has called to do a great work for Him.
David knew that God had chosen Solomon to build the Temple and, therefore, he was very particular to give him the details that he had received from the Lord. Perhaps a Christian woman here says, "You would not have me talk to a young minister, would you? They were not very great people, they were simply tent-makers, but they talked to Apollos in such a way that he was, for the rest of his life, indebted to that humble man and woman!
Some of those whom God has used, and will yet use still more, will tell you that they owe a great deal to humble people who have talked to them about Christ. The godly women who sat spinning and darning stockings in the sunshine at Bedford talked with one another about the things of God, and John Bunyan stopped and listened to what they said—and he profited all the rest of his days by their holy talk! If you have the opportunity and come across any choice young minds, be sure to tell them what God has told you about His great plan of salvation!
Then, lastly, David gathered all the people together and told them about the Temple. In the next chapter we read, "Furthermore, David the king said unto all the congregation, Solomon, my son, whom alone God has chosen, is yet young and tender, and the work is great: for the palace is not for man, but for the Lord God. See that you tell to all you can what God has told you! I am afraid that some here have not yet found out their life-work.
We get into the habit of wanting so much "talent" in preachers. May "talent" be thrown into the bottomless pit! It has done more harm to the Church of God than it ever did good! If plain Christian men would begin to talk about Christ wherever they have opportunity, it would usher in a golden age!
Perhaps there has come in here a troubled sinner wanting to find a Savior. Try to speak to him. Tell him about Jesus Christ—and if he gets to Heaven through what you tell him—he will forgive you for not having given him a handsome card with your name on it to introduce yourself! If you get a soul to Heaven, the rudeness of an impromptu address will never occur to that soul! God help us to be up and doing, telling out what He has written in our hearts!
And unto His name shall be the praise! Perhaps you have never had anything written on your heart, my dear Hearer. Then lay your heart before the Lord, tonight, with this simple prayer, "Lord, write on it! God bless you, everyone, for Jesus Christ's sake! Verse 1. And David assembled all the princes of Israel, the princes of the tribes, and the captains of the companies that ministered to the king by course, and the captains over the thousands, and captains over the hundreds, and the stewards over all the substance and possession of the king, and of his sons, with the officers, and with the mighty men, and with all the valiant men, unto Jerusalem.
David, in his old age, and soon to die, summoned a great representative assembly of the notables of his kingdom. David the king stood up upon his feet. He was ill and obliged to keep to his bed, but he left his couch for this solemn occasion. He did not even remain seated, although extremely weak. He stood up upon his feet. And said, Hear me, my brethren, and my people. Those who read carefully will notice the sweetness of David's style, now that he is about to die.
It was after the great sin of his life and after he and his subjects had suffered because of his numbering the people, that he calls the men before him, "my brethren.
As for me, I had in my heart to build an house of rest for the Ark of the Covenant of the LORD, and for the footstool of our God, and had made ready for the building: but God said unto me, You shall not build an house for My name because you have been a man of war, and have shed blood. Admire the frankness of David in telling the people what God had said to him.
There is no other biography in the world like the Bible, for it tells the faults and follies of those whose history it records. David was a man after God's own heart, yet, as he had been used as a sword for the defense of God's people, and the destruction of their enemies, he could not be permitted to build the Temple.
He frankly tells the people all that God had said—it would not reflect any honor upon himself—but it was true and, therefore, he kept nothing back.