Indirectly through the believer obeying the impulses and directions of the Holy Spirit.(A. Just as life is to some all dress, so it is to some all manners.3. We are tempted to doubt God's power to restore us with the imagination that He has cast us off. Brooks.1. God comes to fill up the sorrowful void with His own rich heart. Think reasonably, accurately, scripturally, thoughtfully. It is not a bit of your inward life that is to be hallowed. )The wealth of God -- rich in gloryF. Our inner man, our innermost man, wants a life and a strength which is not human but Divine. AND HOW? Just as life is to some all dress, so it is to some all manners. Quite the contrary. W. Dale, LL. There is a certain imperfection in many of us which I do not know how to describe except by saying that, though at times particular spiritual faculties may appear to be vigorous, the central life is weak. And what is "the inner man"? Be Constant in Prayer for the Joy of Hope. Then each yields, is altered, combines, and makes the one grand product that is sought. It gives no definition of what the term includes. We have, then, an ear for the word which says, "I counsel thee to buy of Me gold tried in the fire, that thou mayest be rich." Probably, I should say, both. It is not any one aspect of it that is to be strengthened, but it is the whole intellect, affections, desires, tastes, powers of attention, combination, memory, will. God is not only glorious, He is rich in glory. NET RSV ASV YLT DBY WEB HNV. It is the gift of God: not by growth and development within itself, or adaptation to its circumstances merely, but through the direct influence of the Holy Spirit.III. There we behold God not only working and waiting, but making a great sacrifice for the salvation of man. It is a sea of glory, and we have no line to fathom it. L. Cuyler, D. D.When I was a student at Princeton, Professor Henry had so constructed a huge bar of iron, bent into the form of a horseshoe, that it used to hang suspended from another iron bar above it. Able to comprehend or grasp (see Philippians 3:12, 13) —(1) Breadth of promise and blessing. Those of us who are conscious that this is our condition should pray to God that we "may be strengthened with power through His Spirit in the inward man."(R. We are still going inwards in search of that great something of which our text is the name. Gibbert. By Lois Parker Edstrom. How is this to be discovered? Do not begin by trying to change the life outside; change the motive spring. There are men whose zeal for the evangelization of the world is often very real and very fervent, but who give us no impression of spiritual strength. All wilful sin injures our spiritual life, enfeebles its conceptions of God, dulls its sense of His presence. But what we have to notice more particularly here is, not merely the wisdom of God, but the riches of His wisdom; and these are seen, not only in the original adaptation of means to ends, but in the way by which God can bring good out of evil. Ephesians 3:14-16. The Hope. Now, God has the power to create. You must go deeper, much deeper. It is as when a number of substances lie together in a chemist's vessel, each separate from the others, each refusing to enter into combination with the rest, until some final element — with affinities for them all, with a power to blend them all into something else — is added. That, I suppose, does not mean the new creation through faith in Jesus Christ; what the apostle calls "the new man," but it means simply what another apostle calls the "hidden man of the heart," and only refers to the distinction which we all draw between the outward, visible, material frame, and the unseen self that animates and informs it. How little do we know of that mystery of sorrow that seems to enter into the very Godhead, and all to save such a creature as man! Life is a mystery in its lowest as well as in its loftiest forms; but I suppose that we all attach a more or less definite conception to words which describe life as vigorous or feeble. But it is not in the deepest sense life.4. Not merely an animated something, to be covered with dress and beautified with manners. some sin you endeavour to overcome, some outward inconsistency, some habit that you contracted. God is first and last a God of love. "You are to be rooted and grounded in love. I would maintain, in opposition to many modern conceptions, the actual supernatural character of the gift that is bestowed upon every Christian soul. V. THE MEASURE OF THIS STRENGTH. In a machine, a great variety of movements and powers contribute to one result. Asleep; by fits and starts perhaps awaking, and then falling into slumber again. They are never away from the glass. Life is a mystery in its lowest as well as in its loftiest forms; but I suppose that we all attach a more or less definite conception to words which describe life as vigorous or feeble. Or are both these meanings embraced by the term? We describe our mind as possessing emotional parts, intellectual parts, volitional parts. Of course there is a working limit at each moment, and that is our capacity to receive, but that capacity varies, may vary indefinitely, may become greater and greater beyond our count or measurement. All wilful sin injures our spiritual life, enfeebles its conceptions of God, dulls its sense of His presence. There are others who are often inspired with a passion for Christian perfection, but in them, too, there appears to be no real vigour. A man is known — a woman is known — by the dress. Maclaren, D. D.)The strengthening of the inner manJ. Knowledge is power. Ephesians 3:16 July 8, 2004. They cease to have a separate and independent existence. He alone can create. God is not only glorious, He is rich in glory. He is considered by many evangelical leaders today to be an authority on biblical truth and the sufficiency of Scripture. Measure, then, God's love to man by His regard for His own Son! Something more had to be given, something more had to be done, and God gave that — God did that. It is to the riches of the love of God, therefore, that we owe our very existence. It is not a bit of your inward life that is to be hallowed. )Spiritual weakness prejudicialAmerican.It was an amusing distortion of a good hymn, but there was not a little sound philosophy in it, when the old preacher said —Judge not the Lord by feeble saints.And yet this is precisely what the great majority of unconverted men are doing all the time. That new vegetation, that fresh leafage, comes out and pushes them off, and clothes the tree with virgin green, drawing food and beauty from the mould of the earth, from the wandering wind, from the passing cloud. (1)It is new born, and requires to grow. There are others who seem spiritually weak, though their vision of spiritual truth is very keen and penetrating. We glorify God by this fuller strength. From day to day, from year to year, and from century to century, the whole universe is upheld in its primeval freshness and power. The sublime act of creation did not exhaust or weary God. Those of us who are conscious that this is our condition should pray to God that we "may be strengthened with power through His Spirit in the inward man."(R. The prayer of the text must be our prayer, because it asks for the power which is our perpetual need, which is the perpetual need of our children and brethren.IV. For his own wants he would have an immediate supply. Not after them, but with and in them. Vaughan, M. A.To those who have the misery of weakness — who never keep their better resolves, whose hearts are so divided, who are not really happy, because they have no concentration — to such it may be of immense comfort to know that real religion always gives strength — strength of character. For, if the center, the thinking, and the heart of a man is set right, then everything else will fall into place. find himself? We can scarcely look at any work of God with an intelligent eye, but we begin to discover uses and harmonies and proofs of design in it. I pray that out of the riches of His glory He may strengthen you with power through His Spirit in your inner being. VI. ADVERTISEMENT. D.By the "inward man" Paul means our central and highest life; and he prays that the life itself — not any particular portion of it — may be strengthened. God is revealed in redemption, and therefore Jesus Christ is the brightness of His Father's glory, and the express image of His person. AND HOW? So for this Divine Indweller there is no part of my life that is not patent to His tread. THE RICHES OF HIS GOODNESS. But God has not only created us; He has also preserved us, even in the midst of our deep depravity and alienation. This might should be sought as from an inexhaustible source. It was the overflowing of the riches of His power.2. From day to day, from year to year, and from century to century, the whole universe is upheld in its primeval freshness and power.3. All the attributes of God culminate in love. In every one of these cases, to use language which suggests rather than expresses the truth, the vigour is not derived from the central fountains of life, but from springs that are more or less distant from the centre. Let Him come with the master key in His hand into all the dim chambers of your feeble nature; and as life is light in the eye, and colour in the cheek, and deftness in the fingers, and strength in the arm, and pulsation in the heart, so He will come and strengthen your understandings, and make you able for loftier tasks of intellect and of reason, than you can face in your unaided strength; and He will dwell in your affections and make them vigorous to lay hold upon the holier things that are above their natural inclination, and will make it certain that "their reach shall not be beyond their grasp," as alas! Do your work, whatever your work may be, patiently, thoroughly, trustfully, effectually. But God has not only created us; He has also preserved us, even in the midst of our deep depravity and alienation. Wheels of different sizes revolve in different directions. It is our need not only in that extremity of which we have spoken, but it is a need inherent in our nature, which was in us at birth, which will abide with us through death. that you and I would never cut and divide Christ so as to choose one part of Him and leave another. How does a man reach the centre and fountain of his own being? The text is a prayer. From all eternity God was sufficient for Himself, full of life and joy, and under no obligation, either from without or from within, to create a single world. We are too apt to conceive the religious life as consisting in a series of consecutive exercises, the beginning of the one waiting for the completion of the other. From day to day, from year to year, and from century to century, the whole universe is upheld in its primeval freshness and power.3. The glory of God is the forthshining of His being, the necessary splendour of His revelation of Himself. The glory of a king is seen when he sits upon his throne, crowned and sceptred, surrounded by his nobles, and canopied with banners, that speak of his victories. When he wanted money he could turn everything he touched into gold. And the point to mark is that the whole inward region which makes up the true man is the field upon which this Divine Spirit is to work. God alone is rich. Not merely an animated something, to be covered with dress and beautified with manners. How does a man reach the centre and fountain of his own being? And I ask anyone who has ever fallen into such misery and confusion of inward strife after he had tasted the peace of Christ's salvation, whether he did not learn in it his powerlessness to recover himself, and did not perceive that the best resolve and effort he could make would be no more than the galvanising of a dead limb unless another strength should be given him, and given him by the same Divine Spirit who before quickened him into a spiritual birth, unless God would hear the prayer which is no more than a broken wail of wretchedness and a struggling desire for healing? You must take care that your conscience is a true conscience, an active conscience, and a conscience rooted. The riches of the Divine power are seen not only in creation and preservation, but in recreation. It is this inner self, then, in which the Spirit of God is to dwell, and into which He is to breathe strength. THE TEXT SPEAKS OF "THE INNER MAN." He alone can create. His perfection, His excellence. He was rich in love; and His goodness overflowed. Indeed, we cannot be "strong in spirit" if we divide the supremacy between higher, and lower interests. Children’s Sermon Ephesians 3:14-21 Rooted in Love. Some trees in early spring are yet covered with last year's leaves; all withered now and begrimed. Now, the Christian teaching nowhere leads us to despise manners. Vaughan, M. THE TEXT SPEAKS OF "THE INNER MAN." All that we know of God, as compares with that which lies hid, is but as the first yellow streak of dawn which breaks the darkness of night to the full brightness of noonday. This new life of goodness begins just with the other things we have named. Oh that we might all know the strength that gives that might. We wish one another blessings; He gives the blessings.II. "Strengthened with might... in the inner man." Happy are they who receive a few crumbs from this rich table, or a few glimpses of this glory! There is no limit except the uncounted wealth of His own self-manifestation, the flashing light of a revealed Divinity. IV. But preeminently in the work of redemption do we see the riches of His goodness. It is from this point of view that the riches of the Divine wisdom are seen — not merely in producing good, but in bringing good out of evil; not merely in producing beauty, but in bringing beauty out of deformity; not merely in producing harmony, but in bringing harmony out of discord; not merely in producing life, but in bringing life out of death. From what we already know in this direction we may conclude that the whole of nature is one vast and intricate design manifesting the wisdom and goodness of God; and we are expressly told that all things are working together for good. There are men whose zeal for the evangelization of the world is often very real and very fervent, but who give us no impression of spiritual strength. The whole inner man in all its corners is to be filled, and to come under the influence of this power, "until there be no part dark, as when the bright shining of a candle giveth thee light." That won't do. These make "the inner man," the real essence of a man's being; and all the rest — all we do and all we say, all we suffer and all we enjoy — these are only the outsides, only the reflections of that "inner man." And affections — the likes and dislikes; those excellent servants, but horridly bad masters. These must be pure. So great is the capacity of the soul, that if a man had the whole universe he would still be poor, being destitute of God. But what we have to notice more particularly here is, not merely the wisdom of God, but the riches of His wisdom; and these are seen, not only in the original adaptation of means to ends, but in the way by which God can bring good out of evil. Whatsoever there is of splendour in that, whatsoever there is of power there, in these and in nothing this side of them, lies the limit of the possibilities of a Christian life. Now we come into the great ethical region of human nature. The manners are beneath the dress, come through the dress, make the dress more or less expressive, impressive, and beautiful. Directly towards God.2. Dress. Not the old formal goodness; but goodness that is fresh and new and living: with love in the heart of it, gratitude lending it a glow and a lustre, faith building it up. All the attributes of God culminate in love. We speak of body, soul, and spirit belonging to us. Now we look at a moral man — a man who distinctly recognizes the great moral law of God, that stretches over the world and runs through and through it. D.By the "inward man" Paul means our central and highest life; and he prays that the life itself — not any particular portion of it — may be strengthened. The sublime act of creation did not exhaust or weary God. Cross references. Ephesians 3:16, NLT: "I pray that from his glorious, unlimited resources he will empower you with inner strength through his Spirit." But a something spiritual, vast, deep, related to eternity, related to God.2. Think reasonably, accurately, scripturally, thoughtfully. L. Cuyler, D. D.)Vigorous spiritual lifeR. It is a blessed thing to know that we are poor (Matthew 5:3). So a regenerate inner man will not throw aside these outer men altogether, but transform them, mould them to its own uses, make them speak its meanings and flash out all its lights.(A. 2. You must go deeper, much deeper. So a regenerate inner man will not throw aside these outer men altogether, but transform them, mould them to its own uses, make them speak its meanings and flash out all its lights. Let us look at them a little more accurately.I. He delivered up His only begotten Son, the Son of His love, that eternal One in comparison with whom the universe itself is worthless. Everything will go to give "strength.". H. God would have been rich in love had He done nothing more than created man, and after that, when man had sinned, displayed the glory of His justice in crushing him forever. THE SOURCE WHENCE THIS STRENGTH IS DERIVED. Ferguson, D. D.)Strengthened with mightA. "I must wait until God sends winds strong enough to sweep them away; rains heavy enough to wash the tree clean in every branch"? And let us humbly believe that it is the prayer Christ prays with us, moved by a consistency in love, and hope, and saving energy which we so sorely lack.III. It is a blessed thing to know that we are poor (Matthew 5:3). Or does it mean especially the part which we call the spirit, by which, when it is made active within us, we discern hidden and eternal realities? Something more had to be given, something more had to be done, and God gave that — God did that. Height — raising up to heavenly places. Yet "the spirit" has a special place in "the inner man," for it is the crown and glory of our being. It wants a strength which is not ethereal but real. Think of God's love in providence. It is a prayer to "the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, of whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named," who is the only Father who has riches enough in His glory to be able to strengthen us with might in our inner man when we have sapped its power by infidelity to His gift of the Spirit. This might should be sought as from an inexhaustible source.(G. "Through faith," i.e., the exercise of faith.1. All the active powers of the man, the woman, are concerned chiefly about that — the dress of life — what to wear on the person, in the house as furniture, in the garden as adornment, on the road as equipage. 2. There is laid down in the being of each man, or deposited there in germ, an ideal, a Divine ideal, which ought to become, under the nourishing powers of redemption and providence, the real. The riches of His glory. THE INNER MAN. bring himself home again to God? II. A. TO FAITH SUCCEEDS LOVE. Not as a beautiful clothing by which the inner man speaks and makes itself known, but as one complete outer man, which muffles, hides, and sometimes buries out of sight, the glorious inner man of God. John 3:16 tells us, “ For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him shall not perish but have eternal life. This, too, as in the other cases, is the sad possibility.II. So goodness throws off sin, and dresses and adorns the soul in the beauties of God's holiness. Go deeper still, and you will find another outer man, which may go by this denomination — mind; indicating strong intellectual life, love of truth, i.e., natural truth; which presents itself to us in the form of fact and law — the scientific spirit. Having our spirit "born from above," endowed by the Spirit of God with its proper life and power, and applying ourselves to its exalted exercises, we live in connection with two worlds — the world of sense, and the world of spirit. Search verses, phrases, and topics (e.g. These make "the inner man," the real essence of a man's being; and all the rest — all we do and all we say, all we suffer and all we enjoy — these are only the outsides, only the reflections of that "inner man." Quite the contrary. II. Nothing more we need, nothing less can do it. THE LAW OF ITS BESTOWMENT. Does it mean by "the inner man" all the parts of our being which are not bodily? If his connection with Christ is cut off, in an instant he becomes as weak as any other man.(T. What says the new vegetation to these? (2)It is an opposition principle. God might have given away everything He had made; He might have emptied the exchequer of heaven; but the price would not have purchased the redemption of a single soul. Or does it mean especially the part which we call the spirit, by which, when it is made active within us, we discern hidden and eternal realities? The Inner Man. Stop the flow of the current for one instant, and the huge horseshoe dropped. If we say that a man is remarkable for his intellectual energy, we think of him as having in the very centre of his intellectual life a free and inexhaustible fountain of force and activity. It is thenceforth good for nothing.". Our inner man, our innermost man, wants a life and a strength which is not human but Divine. 1. Oh that we might all know the strength that gives that might. And the point to mark is that the whole inward region which makes up the true man is the field upon which this Divine Spirit is to work. Ferguson, D. D.)Strengthened with mightA. The moment a man comes to himself, all these things begin together, and go on together. III. The glory of an object is that bright medium in which it stands revealed. )Christian strengthG. The moment a man comes to himself, all these things begin together, and go on together. My reading of the New Testament is that as distinctly above the order of material nature as is any miracle is the gift that flows into a believing heart. The Spirit strengthens the believer by leading him to the fullness of grace that is in Christ, by shedding abroad the love of God in his heart, by applying the promises of the gospel, by making the Scriptures sources of that "joy of the Lord which is our strength," and thus causing us to go from strength to strength till at last we stand before God in Zion. 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