Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me, put into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.
|Observe||J. Lyth, D. D.||Philippians 4:9|
|The Apostle Himself an Example to Believers||T. Croskery ||Philippians 4:9|
|The Force of Example||Philippians 4:9|
|The Transmission of the Knowledge of Christ||D. Thomas ||Philippians 4:9|
|The Life of Joy and Peace||R.M. Edgar ||Philippians 4:1-9|
|Avoid Doubtful Things||T. Guthrie, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Categories of Morality||R. Finlayson ||Philippians 4:8, 9|
|Christian Character||J. Lyth, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Christian Life||J. Lyth, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Christian Righteousness||J. Daille||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Christian Thought||J. Hall.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Commendation||Archbishop Whately.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Commendation Better than Scolding||Lord Lytton.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Expansiveness of Christian Life||A. Macleod, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Faith in Action||R. J. Lynd, B. A.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|False Measures of Truth||B. Whichcote, B. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|If There be Any Praise||Schleiermacher.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|If There be Any Virtue||Professor Eadie.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Loyalty to Truth||B. Kent.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Meditation and Action||V. Hutton ||Philippians 4:8, 9|
|New Truth Unwelcome||Goldsmith.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Praise from Others||J. M. Hare.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Praiseworthiness||B. Grant, B. A.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Purity Inculcated||Schiller.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Soul Perfection||T. Guthrie, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Spheres of Truth||W. Landells, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|St. Paul's Farewell||R. M. Stewart.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Difficulty and Importance of Continuous Thought||Dean Vaughan.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Esteem of Others||T. C. Upham, LL. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Meditation and Practice of Holiness||W. B. Pope, D. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Moralities of Christianity||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Power of Purity||F. W. Robertson, M. A.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|The Transforming Power of Thought||J. Ogle.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Thought||J. W. Bray.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Thoughts||T. G. Horton, M. A.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Truth Hath||B. Whichcote, B. D.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Universality of Truth||Dr. Herman Masius.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Whatsoever Things are Just||B. Kent., B. Kent.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Whatsoever Things are Lovely||J. G. Rogers, B. A.||Philippians 4:8-9|
|Whatsoever Things are of Good Report||B. Kent.||Philippians 4:8-9|
Those things, which ye both learned, and received, and heard, and saw in me, do: and the God of peace shall be with you.
I. THE APOSTLE'S PRECEPTS. "Learned and received." The reference is to his oral teaching, which included all the principles out of which these graces or virtues take their origin and growth.
II. THE APOSTLE'S EXAMPLE. As set before them in what they heard of him when absent, and in what they saw of him when he was present. They witnessed his laborious usefulness, his patient submission to persecution, his spirituality and care for his own spiritual life, and, above all, his splendid decision of character.
III. THE EFFECT OF FOLLOWING THESE PRECEPTS AND THIS EXAMPLE. "The God of peace shall be with you." The way of peace lies along the pathway of obedience. The blessing of the Lord is upon them who love him and keep his commandments. - T.C.
Those things which ye have both learned and received I.THE APOSTLE'S CONSCIOUS INTEGRITY.
II.HIS BRIGHT EXAMPLE of faith, zeal, self-consecration, purity.
III.ITS AUTHORITY AS A RULE.
IV.THE ADVANTAGE OF COPYING IT. Peace on earth — in heaven.
()During the siege of Sebastopol, Gordon was one day going the round of the trenches, when he heard an angry altercation between a corporal and a sapper. On inquiring the cause, he learnt that the men were instructed to place some gablons on the battery, and that the corporal had ordered the sapper to stand on the parapet, where he would be exposed to the enemy's fire, and to place the gabions, while he, perfectly sheltered, handed them up from below. Gordon at once jumped upon the parapet, ordering the corporal to join him, while the sapper handed them the gabions. When the work was done, and done under the fire of the watchful Russian gunners, Gordon turned to the corporal, and said, "Never order a man to do anything that you are afraid to do yourself."
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