Bad tempers and unkind dispositions make the faces of people ugly, while sweet tempers and kind dispositions make them pretty. From the least to the greatest, biblical people sang and played instruments (, ). (Sunday Circle. The Christian knows that others have as much or more to bear with him than he has to bear with from others; this tends to humble him, and to keep him meek. At last it sank down and down, its fiery heart was quelled, the lava ceased to flow, and in from the Mediterranean, perhaps first in some glorious day of storm, swept the white caps of the sea and overflowed the crater and filled it full, and to-day the beautiful waters lie in peace and mirror back the shining heavens above. (Sunday Circle. The Lord's Delight in His People, and His Designs Towards, The Lord's delight in His people, and His designs towards. L. 4. By our meekness Christ is manifested.3. Series. He endeavours to "show all meekness to all men"; "in meekness instructing them that oppose themselves."II. It is important to dwell on the point - that the salvations of God which are going on in us and for us, because he takes pleasure in us, are adornments to the Christian. How much greater, then, must be the beauty of such persons when they have, with their good qualities, religion also, with all its heavenly sweetness! (1)Under the Word of God — its threatenings, commands, truths and doctrine. Passions have swept over us and left us worn out. But this can be done. Sermons.com provides sermon illustrations, sermons, powerpoint and worship resources, and children's sermons & bulletins. "I will beautify the meek." )TransfiguredSunday Circle.One of the most beautiful sights in the world is the Bay of Naples. Peace of mind.2. The Paperback Bible. This is another of the last five psalms that have no title in the Hebrew text, but each of these last five begin and end with Hallelujah or Praise the LORD! And I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. "Beautify." Every child can have such adorning by getting and keeping a sweet religious disposition, and by doing kindly religious acts. L. Spottswood.To be religious is just to be like Jesus, and salvation, in the text, means religion; the meek there spoken of are persons who are gentle, and sweet, and kind. But scientific men tell us that that lovely Bay of Naples is the crater of a worn-out and flooded volcano. B3 The Concluding Command to Praise Yahh! Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. The spirit they evince. And I heard a voice from heaven like the roar of many waters and like the sound of loud thunder. GOD'S PRESENT PLEASURE IN HIS PEOPLE. The garment of salvation. Great joy.4. (1)By Divine choice,(2)By regenerating grace. "The meek. The Christian knows that others have as much or more to bear with him than he has to bear with from others; this tends to humble him, and to keep him meek. How beautiful, with the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. 9 149:9b 6 149… The glory of salvation. Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the assembly of the godly! How can you become so? How beautiful, with the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit. He will beautify the meek with salvation. But scientific men tell us that that lovely Bay of Naples is the crater of a worn-out and flooded volcano. Bad tempers and unkind dispositions make the faces of people ugly, while sweet tempers and kind dispositions make them pretty. Towards man. What, then, will be our beauty in the sight of God when his salvation work in us is fully complete? THE GOOD RESULTS TO BE EXPECTED.1. But God's grace can fill our empty lives and make them sweet and beautiful and peaceful. The chief beauty of religion is found in the gentle, and sweet, and kind. He endeavours to "show all meekness to all men"; "in meekness instructing them that oppose themselves."II. And there is great pleasure felt by the good man in simply being relied on. A humble, contrite spirit, softened by the power of Divine grace, and melted by the love and compassion of Christ.II. The Lord beautify us thus with salvation, and great good will come of it! Spurgeon. But scientific men tell us that that lovely Bay of Naples is the crater of a worn-out and flooded volcano. How did you sing it? The glory of salvation. (2)Under the dispensations of His providence.2. Cromwell's Ironsides were sneeringly called Psalm singers; but God's Psalm singers are always Ironsides. (1)Under the Word of God — its threatenings, commands, truths and doctrine. (1)He delights in the exercise of their graces towards Him. (3)All the influences of His Spirit.2. Some people think that any one can be made beautiful by wearing rich clothes and nice ornaments; but this is not what the Bible teaches us. How beautiful in death!(E. Now, there is something beautiful about the gentle, and sweet, and kind, although they may not be religious. The happy effects of religion even in the present life.2. How beautiful will he be with the palm of victory in his hand, and the crown of glory on his head, and sitting down, with the wedding-garment wrought by the Son of God Himself, at the marriage-supper of the Lamb!(W. How beautiful will he be with the palm of victory in his hand, and the crown of glory on his head, and sitting down, with the wedding-garment wrought by the Son of God Himself, at the marriage-supper of the Lamb!(W. The glory of salvation. Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. It is a psalm of triumph in the God of Israel, and over the enemies of Israel. In the early morning of the world's history it was perhaps the greatest volcano on earth; it belched forth from its heart floods of seething lava. Praise the LORD. (1)Under the Word of God — its threatenings, commands, truths and doctrine. L. Spottswood.To be religious is just to be like Jesus, and salvation, in the text, means religion; the meek there spoken of are persons who are gentle, and sweet, and kind. As the subjects of the Divine munificence. It was wrought out by the Son of God, and, like Himself, is "holy and without spot."2. But this can be done. How can you become so? Every facet of its life and every stage of its history were marked by music. If we want to draw others to Christ, we must let them see how sweetly blessed is the Christian life, and how a man can be sternly upright, and yet at the same time be blessedly cheerful, — how he can be dead against sin, and yet full of holy love to the sinner, — how he would not, to save his life, budge an inch from that which is right and true, and yet would give his life away if by blessing another he might bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ. THE FAVOUR TO BE ENJOYED BY THEM.1. It says (1 Peter 3:3, 4). THE EXTENT OF PRIVILEGE ENJOYED1. It may be shown how they tend to beautify. God will be glorified.2. 1 O praise the Lord and sing to the Lord a brand-new song; Sing praise in the assembly of saints, where praise belongs. Some are sweet in temper and some are sour. The graces of salvation (Galatians 5:22, 23).3. Music was present when people greeted each other and said farewell (. This is honor for all his godly ones. )TransfiguredSunday Circle.One of the most beautiful sights in the world is the Bay of Naples. To access this sermon, use the links below. and they were singing a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and before the elders. Then I looked, and behold, on Mount Zion stood the Lamb, and with him 144,000 who had his name and his Father’s name written on their foreheads. Towards God. What gave Christ his pleasure in his disciples? The foregoing psalm was a hymn of praise to the Creator; this is a hymn of praise to the Redeemer. Now, there is something beautiful about the gentle, and sweet, and kind, although they may not be religious. 1. He endeavours to "show all meekness to all men"; "in meekness instructing them that oppose themselves."II. And he who was seated on the throne said, “Behold, I am making all things new.” Also he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true.”, Although the prohibition against images (, ) prevented Israel from developing an impressive tradition of visual art like the Greeks, music played a central part in its life. Holy character. The chief beauty of religion is found in the gentle, and sweet, and kind. And this beauty is seen in the face of religious people and also in all their kind acts. As the objects of Divine complacency.2. 1. Who are the Lord's people? That ought to be a constant pleasure and joy to us. Psalm 149. This meekness makes a Christian attractive. (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2000), 576. As the subjects of the Divine munificence. HIS GRACIOUS DESIGNS CONCERNING THEM.1. As men and women, who are what they ought to be in Christ, grow old, their temper mellows, and their whole spirit ripens.III. We have seen such beauty as this. It is a difficult thing for an artist, out of a piece of wood that is tough, and crooked, and knotted, to carve a beautiful image. There is a strange pleasure in discovering our characteristic self in another person. (2)His chastening. We have seen such beauty as this. ◄ Psalm 149:1 ► Praise ye the LORD. - Psalm 149:1, 4-5, 9 (emphasis mine) Three times we find the word "saints" in this brief psalm (at least in the venerable King James Version and the more modern New International Version - the New Revised Standard calls them "the faithful"). For the LORD takes pleasure in His people; He adorns the afflicted with salvation. How beautiful will he be with the palm of victory in his hand, and the crown of glory on his head, and sitting down, with the wedding-garment wrought by the Son of God Himself, at the marriage-supper of the Lamb!(W. So many of our lives are like the crater. No one who has ever seen it on a quiet summer evening, and watched it as the night gathered and through the darkness the flashes of fire from the summit of Vesuvius, like some torch of God, lighted it, can ever forget the scene. We may reflect his image. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. "Meek" —1. GOD'S FUTURE PURPOSE FOR HIS PEOPLE. How beautiful in death!(E. Psalm 149… This consists in a deliverance from evil, and the enjoyment of all good — pardon, peace, joy, hope, heaven. A.)BeautyW. 3. Psalm 149. - R.T. 1. Psalm 149. Some people think that any one can be made beautiful by wearing rich clothes and nice ornaments; but this is not what the Bible teaches us. The garment of salvation. We have seen such beauty as this. 2 Let Israel rejoice in him that made him: let … Towards God. 3. The Christian knows that others have as much or more to bear with him than he has to bear with from others; this tends to humble him, and to keep him meek. Psalm 149 is one of the “final Hallel,” those five songs of praise that conclude the Psalter — five, perhaps, to match the five “books” of the Psalter, those in turn matching the five books of Moses. Music was present when people greeted each other and said farewell (, ), when they went off to war and were welcomed back from it (, ). The chief beauty of religion is found in the gentle, and sweet, and kind. The Lord beautify us thus with salvation, and great good will come of it! Some people think that any one can be made beautiful by wearing rich clothes and nice ornaments; but this is not what the Bible teaches us. In Psalm 149, we learn that God’s people should praise him because of his character, his present and past work in their lives, and his future fulfillment of his promises. There was an old song previous to this new one, — in the 148 th Psalm, — the Psalm for sun and moon and stars, for deeps and dragons, for old men and maidens, and so on; but this is a Psalm for saints, so it is “a new song” for the new creation. Now, if the heathen man in old times, without any one helping him, learned to be gentle and sweet and kind, there is no one, surely, no matter how bad the disposition may be, who cannot, with God helping, learn the same lesson. Temple. HIS GRACIOUS DESIGNS CONCERNING THEM.1. I am sure that you all want to be beautiful. He who has a "new song in his mouth" is ever stronger, both to suffer and to labour, than the man who has a dumb spirit and a hymnless heart. To put beauty and glory upon the outcast and afflicted. It is not only that he loves us - we may feel almost lost among the many whom he loves. At last it sank down and down, its fiery heart was quelled, the lava ceased to flow, and in from the Mediterranean, perhaps first in some glorious day of storm, swept the white caps of the sea and overflowed the crater and filled it full, and to-day the beautiful waters lie in peace and mirror back the shining heavens above. The Christian knows that others have as much or more to bear with him than he has to bear with from others; this tends to humble him, and to keep him meek. Praise the Lord! And so it is not an easy task, out of some one in disposition very much like that piece of wood, to make a religious person beautiful in face and in action. (Illustrate by the interest of a doctor in his patient.). Religion is not equally beautiful in all who profess to have it; a disagreeable temper may mar that beauty. Some people think that any one can be made beautiful by wearing rich clothes and nice ornaments; but this is not what the Bible teaches us. It is a difficult thing for an artist, out of a piece of wood that is tough, and crooked, and knotted, to carve a beautiful image. 149:9b The victory brought by YHWH will bring honor to the covenant people (cf. Now, if the heathen man in old times, without any one helping him, learned to be gentle and sweet and kind, there is no one, surely, no matter how bad the disposition may be, who cannot, with God helping, learn the same lesson. ( C. H. Let the godly exult in glory; let them sing for joy on their beds. Bolland, M. The glory of salvation. L. Spottswood.To be religious is just to be like Jesus, and salvation, in the text, means religion; the meek there spoken of are persons who are gentle, and sweet, and kind. Religion is not equally beautiful in all who profess to have it; a disagreeable temper may mar that beauty. ), (2)By regenerating grace. THE EXTENT OF PRIVILEGE ENJOYED1. ( C. H. The spirit they evince. Last week we looked at the burning bush story where God called Moses to be his agent to go back to … Cooper. Spottswood. (2)In their services. Some are sweet in temper and some are sour. THE FAVOUR TO BE ENJOYED BY THEM.1. Let the high praises, &c.— That is, "Let them not, however, lay aside all thoughts of warlike preparations, and be drowned in the ease of a sluggish peace; but let them, at the same time that they are singing victorious hymns to the honour of God, be in readiness to oppose, and gain fresh victories over the heathen, who are still his and their enemies." Towards man. Why does He take pleasure in them? ), (3)In their prosperity.II. The chief beauty of religion is found in the gentle, and sweet, and kind. At first, may be, we thought that some one had not a bit of beauty, but we found in that one a lovely soul and saw a lovely life; and then the plain face changed at once, and, in our sight, it became, like the soul and life, lovely too.(W. Psalm 149 – The High Praises of God and a Two-Edged Sword. It says (1 Peter 3:3, 4). Some people think that any one can be made beautiful by wearing rich clothes and nice ornaments; but this is not what the Bible teaches us. Takes pleasure in his fellowship with them and in their welfare. Sing to the LORD a new song, And His praise in the assembly of saints. They are "predestinated to be conformed to the image of the Son"; and when they awake up in another world, it will be after His likeness, without any remaining blemish, defect, or spot. 3. A humble, contrite spirit, softened by the power of Divine grace, and melted by the love and compassion of Christ.II. In what respects does He take pleasure in them? At the everyday level we find romantic songs, working songs and drinking songs (. Now, if the heathen man in old times, without any one helping him, learned to be gentle and sweet and kind, there is no one, surely, no matter how bad the disposition may be, who cannot, with God helping, learn the same lesson. The graces of salvation (Galatians 5:22, 23). a. (2)Under the dispensations of His providence.2. All Videos PDFs. Let them praise his name with dancing, making melody to him with tambourine and lyre! If we want to draw others to Christ, we must let them see how sweetly blessed is the Christian life, and how a man can be sternly upright, and yet at the same time be blessedly cheerful, — how he can be dead against sin, and yet full of holy love to the sinner, — how he would not, to save his life, budge an inch from that which is right and true, and yet would give his life away if by blessing another he might bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ. You have a New Covenant - that Christ ratifies not made with the blood of bulls and goats. Psalm 149 tends to run in two directions down the same mountain. It says (1 Peter 3:3, 4). Bolland, M. Praise ye the LORD. Did you sing it something like this: "Ah, sing praise to the Lord, yawn; come, aaahh, sing a new song. (1)Under the Word of God — its threatenings, commands, truths and doctrine. L. Spottswood.To be religious is just to be like Jesus, and salvation, in the text, means religion; the meek there spoken of are persons who are gentle, and sweet, and kind. It is a difficult thing for an artist, out of a piece of wood that is tough, and crooked, and knotted, to carve a beautiful image. But God's grace can fill our empty lives and make them sweet and beautiful and peaceful. In certain quarters, one can hear the high nasal satiric voice as it bleats out the opening words to this psalm. ◄ Psalm 149:4 ► For the LORD takes pleasure in His people; He adorns the afflicted with salvation. This meekness makes a Christian attractive. )LinksPsalm 149:4 NIVPsalm 149:4 NLTPsalm 149:4 ESVPsalm 149:4 NASBPsalm 149:4 KJVPsalm 149:4 Bible AppsPsalm 149:4 ParallelPsalm 149:4 Biblia ParalelaPsalm 149:4 Chinese BiblePsalm 149:4 French BiblePsalm 149:4 German BiblePsalm 149:4 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)All the influences of His Spirit.2. (3)In their prosperity.II. Sing unto the Lord a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. Every child can have such adorning by getting and keeping a sweet religious disposition, and by doing kindly religious acts. Delightful contentment.3. The praise of God’s people. Let his faithful people rejoice in this honor and sing for joy on their beds. Bolland, M. A.I. The Lord beautify us thus with salvation, and great good will come of it! Keyword: Filter: Page 1 | Found: 207 sermons: SORT. 2. At first, may be, we thought that some one had not a bit of beauty, but we found in that one a lovely soul and saw a lovely life; and then the plain face changed at once, and, in our sight, it became, like the soul and life, lovely too.(W. The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. These have been redeemed from mankind as firstfruits for God and the Lamb. But God's grace can fill our empty lives and make them sweet and beautiful and peaceful. So many of our lives are like the crater. 1. But scientific men tell us that that lovely Bay of Naples is the crater of a worn-out and flooded volcano. He endeavours to "show all meekness to all men"; "in meekness instructing them that oppose themselves."II. Bolland, M. THEIR CHARACTER. And I will give you a new heart, and a new spirit I will put within you. And so it is not an easy task, out of some one in disposition very much like that piece of wood, to make a religious person beautiful in face and in action. Searchterm. takes pleasure in his people; he adorns the humble with salvation. How beautiful, laden with the fruits of righteousness, and resigned to the will of God under trials. A.)BeautyW. How beautiful, laden with the fruits of righteousness, and resigned to the will of God under trials. 3 Let them with dancing praise Him, with tambourine and song; With harp, make praise and music which to His name belong. This consists in a deliverance from evil, and the enjoyment of all good — pardon, peace, joy, hope, heaven. Towards men — gentleness.3. How can you become so? (2)Under the dispensations of His providence.2. to bind their kings with chains and their nobles with fetters of iron, to execute on them the judgment written! He endeavours to "show all meekness to all men"; "in meekness instructing them that oppose themselves. II. 3. Towards man. Read verse in New International Version Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints. Spottswood. Now, there is something beautiful about the gentle, and sweet, and kind, although they may not be religious. )LinksPsalm 149:4 NIVPsalm 149:4 NLTPsalm 149:4 ESVPsalm 149:4 NASBPsalm 149:4 KJVPsalm 149:4 Bible AppsPsalm 149:4 ParallelPsalm 149:4 Biblia ParalelaPsalm 149:4 Chinese BiblePsalm 149:4 French BiblePsalm 149:4 German BiblePsalm 149:4 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)His chastening. At last it sank down and down, its fiery heart was quelled, the lava ceased to flow, and in from the Mediterranean, perhaps first in some glorious day of storm, swept the white caps of the sea and overflowed the crater and filled it full, and to-day the beautiful waters lie in peace and mirror back the shining heavens above. Delightful contentment.3. They bear the Lord's name. 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