A love of choice, and special regard.2. Your wife struggles trying to get the lid off a jar, then she hands the jar to you and remarks how strong you are as you twist off the top. "That He might present it to Himself." 'That was what I married her for,' he answered, simply. But the grand presentation day will dawn by and by — the glorious manifestation of the Church, which is His bride. Jesus said to His disciples, who were sorrowing, "If ye loved Me, ye would rejoice because I said, I go to the Father, for My Father is greater than I."4. We find it in the first chapter of the Epistle to the Galatians — He "gave Himself for our sins." The wisdom which directs — Christ.2. Looking up to love so great, so heavenly, so perfect, so Divine.4. For this end two things were necessary. Sometimes people are warned against loving each other too much, lest they should become idolaters, and thus have the object of such inordinate affection taken from them as a punishment. Bradley, M. He gave His Deity, He gave His humanity; He gave the whole of His Person as God-Man; all that was in man to suffer, and all that was in God to merit. He "gave Himself for it."1. I see the verbena, the calceolaria, and the geranium and many others, all in order, and in ranks. I would begin by remarking that the Church of God — the reality of a true Church — is a thing quite unknown to the world. Heaven is a very gladsome and blessed place. "When I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee, when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live...Then I washed thee with water; yea, I thoroughly washed away thy blood from thee, and I anointed thee with oil." Minor Prophets She has a glorious history. We are now obscure, afflicted, poor, disgraced in the world. Alas! (2) Denying necessaries. To Thee I dedicate Myself. A love of unselfishness.3. And according to the apostle it is this: "He will present it to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing." They are now often poor; then they shall "possess all things." Wisdom Literature Though now often poor, despised, and persecuted, she shall then be proclaimed the Lamb's wife, and be lifted up to sit with Christ on His throne.2. It is, we are told, to "sanctify and cleanse" the Church. So the apostle says, "Submit yourselves one to another in the fear of God." )The final state of the redeemedT. THE FACT. Its music is an eternal symphony. It is not merited by our holiness, but purchased by Christ. That presentation does not take place till he can look upon her with complacency.(J. It was a known, unknown love. (4) Improve it to the love of God's people; a necessary lesson in these days, when they fly from others that are in trouble, as the rest of the herd from the wounded deer (Psalm 15:4). The love of the Heavenly Bridegroom to the Church. A child by the sea trying to catch the waves as they dash in clouds of crystal spray upon the sand cannot hold the ocean in a tiny shell, but he can hold a drop of the ocean water. range of evangelical traditions, all of the ideas and principles conveyed "Glorious" she is — from rays of light of heavenly beauty upon her! And now observe, for what it was that He gave Himself. Slade, M. A.I. First He purchased it for us, and then communicateth it to us.(T. (4) Then you will see, lastly, what it is that achieves and finishes their glory. A. love of sympathy.5. The giver, Jesus Christ, God over all, blessed forever, to whom nothing can accrue from us: "It pleased the Lord to bruise Him; He hath put Him to grief. An active and operative love (Galatians 1:4).3. (4) His love is fervent. HOW CHRIST LOVED HIS CHURCH.1. Mother's Day comes once a year. Oh! Jesus said to His disciples, who were sorrowing, "If ye loved Me, ye would rejoice because I said, I go to the Father, for My Father is greater than I."4. "(3)Without trace of earthly infirmity. (2) Sin is the cause of all our misery; and therefore when we are completely holy, our misery which we incurred by the fall of Adam is then at an end. We find it in the first chapter of the Epistle to the Galatians — He "gave Himself for our sins." The bride shall live with her Husband, and be under His protection forever.(J. Then, lastly, how are we bound to the Saviour who has destined such glory for us, and is now preparing us for it!(W. Like the ark on the wild waters, it hath safely outridden the fury of every storm till now, nay, hath only been landed on its firm Ararat of rest by the very force of the revolutionary wave.3. First, we must be relieved of our old guilty defilement. You are ready to ask perhaps, "Is not His Church glorious now?" (2) Let the foresight of this estate comfort us against our abasement in the world. This follows the injunction for the wives to submit to their own husbands. Woman, therefore, dishonours and disfigures herself when she attempts to occupy the place of man — aping his dress, his occupations, or his authority; just as a man would make himself contemptible if, laying aside his proper dress and functions, he were to array himself in womanly garments, affect feminine manners, and occupy his time in the details of the household, and the cares of the nursery. Respond to it. 4. Why, it is this — that they will no more have any "spot or wrinkle, or any such thing." He "loved the Church."2. Choose one that is amiable. (a) Negatively, "Not having spot or wrinkle, or any such thing." The Old Testament "Glorious" she is — for God is glorified in her! 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Christians, the Bride of Jesus, do not frustrate His gracious purpose by wilful sin. Eadie, D. D.)Christ's love for the Church, and our duty as members of itJ. By Him; for He shall present them. She begins to suspicion that maybe someone else has come into your life. do you say, that such can be the destiny of the often poor, despised, and persecuted Church? )The final state of the redeemedT. Thus has it been, and thus will it be, with the Church. Let it still cling there — following the oak's growth, leaning on it, finding its stability and life in it, while it clothes the oak's strength and ruggedness with grace and beauty. Select one: Walk in Love, Part Two (Westmont) (Ephesians 5:1-4) Walk in Love — Part One (Ephesians 5:1-2) God's Holy People (Ephesians 5:3) Walk in Love — Part Two (Ephesians 5:3-4) Let No One Deceive You (Ephesians 5:5-6) Walk in Light — Part Two (Ephesians 5:7-14) Walk in Light — Part One (Ephesians … (3) His love is tender. Now, let us go on to the uses.1. It is not merited by our holiness, but purchased by Christ. But another door opens: it is the door of solemn inquiry. )Marriage and holinessPhilip Henry's advice to his children with respect to their marriage was — "Please God, and please yourselves, and you will please me"; and his usual compliment to his newly married friends — "Others wish you all happiness. The perfection of her sanctification — Christ.4. The woman's love is reflected love. Christians, well should the prospect that we have been imperfectly opening, animate and comfort you.3. Full often she has been cast down, and trodden under foot, and despised by the nations, who thought they had buried her in oblivion. Alas! The Divine love is sovereign and supreme. It was not His mere tears, nor groans, nor sighs: though the Lord Jesus was "a Man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief." Spurgeon. In remarkable providences, at some times.9. -------------------- I see the verbena, the calceolaria, and the geranium and many others, all in order, and in ranks. The woman's love is reflected love. 4. Impossible! "When I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee, when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live...Then I washed thee with water; yea, I thoroughly washed away thy blood from thee, and I anointed thee with oil." This presentation is a very peculiar one, for you see, it is by and to the very same Being. My text says, "That He might present it to Himself." (2) Let the foresight of this estate comfort us against our abasement in the world. It must needs be so; for —(1) This is God's glory: "Glorious in holiness" (Exodus 15:11). Now, let us go on to the uses.1. "Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you and ye shall be clean." The Bible never says this. Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the Church. (3) This presentation is applied to Christ Himself. Cleansing.2. If the husband is to maintain his just authority, so also is he, and in the first instance, bound to make Christ's love for the Church the model of his own. It had no beginning, and it had no bounds. It is not a glorious Church indeed in the eyes of the world, for the world knoweth them not; they are often, like their Lord, "despised and rejected of men": but they are glorious in the eyes of the Lord. Christ can do no greater work for us and in us than promoting such resemblance. Here we may remark four things very briefly. "That He might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the Word." The word itself suggests the idea of unceasing effort and self-sacrifice. The rightful confidence and sympathy of married life are impossible without mutual affection. Impossible, sir! An entire and undivided love (John 17:26).5. The first regards THE PRESENTATION OF THE CHURCH — "That He might present it to Himself." Both cannot go first when only one can go at a time. And the presentation here unquestionably regards a future day that day for which all other days are made; and which is more than once so emphatically called "the day of Christ." Love which has in it no element of evil is always a very beautiful, tender, and impressive thing. Impossible, sir! In a way of reverence. (b) Positively, "But that it should be holy, and without blemish," perfectly pure, and exempt from either blemish or blame, for the word signifieth both; and the allusion is to a spouse that excelleth in beauty and comeliness. Its light is brighter than the sun — it is the light of purity and bliss.(J. One flower is very sweet. The Divine love is sovereign and supreme. And now observe, for what it was that He gave Himself. With what delight and satisfaction will we not now contemplate the ulterior purpose of these preliminary arrangements — "That He might present it to Himself a glorious Church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing." The Jews had what they called "the bridal bath." Its rivers and seas are clear as crystal. )Christ's love to His ChurchJ. Heaven is the fruit of His blood and love. (1)Special.(2)Constant. (3) We see that from all these blemishes and defects they are to be effectually, completely freed, when they are "presented before the presence of His glory, with exceeding joy." The antiquity of it (Jeremiah 31:3).2. A. It thrilled in His bosom, and glistened in His eye. Now, let us go on to the uses.1. "Christ loved the Church." So the apostle says, "Submit yourselves one to another in the fear of God." "Glorious." Glorious in its foundation (Ephesians 2:20).2. I see the blessed Jesus giving the most unspeakable proofs of His love. Impossible, sir! (2) Particularly explained, or wherein the glory of the Church doth consist. That we enter into this everlasting estate by being presented to Christ; for in the text it is said, "That He may present it to Himself," that is, as the bride to the bridegroom, that the marriage may be consummated. You remember when Edward I received a wound one day from a poisoned dagger, his wife, Eleanor, sucked out the poison, venturing her own life to save her husband's. And in this sense the apostle exhorts, "Love, even as Christ also loved."I. Glorious from its nature and worth (Malachi 3:17).2. (2) Particularly explained, or wherein the glory of the Church doth consist. They are to "submit themselves to their own husbands as unto the Lord." (2) In deed, by giving up ourselves to Him (Romans 12:1).(T. I observe in the text, that those who are presented to Christ, and by Christ to God, is His Church, and is a glorious Church.4. And now observe, for what it was that He gave Himself. The perfection of her sanctification — Christ.4. Glorious in power in the power which comes from wealth, in the power which comes from learning and literature — in the power which comes of numbers, and of numbers organized — in the power which comes of many edifices and splendid architecture — in the power which comes of elegance, and wealth, and refinement, in private life.II. His answer was, 'If I cannot live in India, I must go and die there'; and the newly married couple sailed accordingly. Her power is not material, like that of the mountain oak, which, though it defies the tempests of a century, wanes at last from decay; her power is of God, and is like God, not in extent, but in kind: it is spiritual power, and defies all time and change.2. He loved each one of us and besought us to be reconciled to God. ""The Church loved, washed, presentedJ. H. Evans, M. Well might the apostle speak of "the breadth and length and depth and height of the love of Christ which passeth knowledge." D. When the marriage begins to fall apart you can usually trace it's disintegration back to disobedience to these commands. (a) Negatively, "Not having spot or wrinkle, or any such thing." )The final state of the redeemedT. Instead of a companion and counsellor she would only be his echo or his shadow. In a way of imitation. And how does the Holy Spirit carry on this cleansing process? [2] And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God. It is an allusion to the spouse of a king, or a royal marriage (Psalm 14:13). Who can fathom this? God created the family to be in relationship with him. Worship God." B.Adhering to the arrangement of topics in the text, we will speak first of the wife's duty of obedience and then of the husband's duty of love.I. First, we must be relieved of our old guilty defilement. "Christ loved the Church." Now two ways is Christ said to present us —(a)To Himself;(b)To God.3. Anticipate with holy rapture the heavenly espousals; and "walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called. Glorious from its nature and worth (Malachi 3:17).2. The love of the Heavenly Bridegroom to the Church. God's Purpose and Plan for Gender: Ephesians 5:21–32. (2) His love is persevering. )Marriage and holinessPhilip Henry's advice to his children with respect to their marriage was — "Please God, and please yourselves, and you will please me"; and his usual compliment to his newly married friends — "Others wish you all happiness. Devils may have possibly, and I am persuaded they have, knowledge or talent; and Voltaire and Byron would be fools by the side of some of them. Once more. As regards the earthly state. Here the holiness of the Church is but comparative and imperfect: and this in two respects; because there is a mixture of bad and good, of godly and ungodly, of true believers with the insincere and hypocrites; and because even the good themselves, even the best, are but partially good, are never entirely cleansed from all defilement of sin, though they are redeemed from its penalty, and delivered from its tyrannical dominion.II. The effects.First: The general nature of love is the delectation and complacency of the heart in the party loved, from whence followeth a desire of their good, and a seeking and promoting of it to the uttermost of our power. Then, lastly, how are we bound to the Saviour who has destined such glory for us, and is now preparing us for it!(W. Christ was not only a preacher, but a sacrifice; He not only talked, but died.II. Now at length the Church is glorious in power — in the power which comes of wealth; in the power which comes of learning and literature; in the power which comes of numbers, and of numbers organized; in the power which comes of many edifices and splendid architecture; in the power which comes of elegance, and wealth, and refinement in private life. Major Prophets He loved the world and came to save it. In setting forth of which take notice —1. Every day Christ presents His people to His Father in His intercession. And, moreover, as the earthly bride is exalted to the same dignity, and enjoys the immunities and wealth of her husband, so the Church will share the honours and glories of her Husband and Lord. That we enter into this everlasting estate by being presented to Christ; for in the text it is said, "That He may present it to Himself," that is, as the bride to the bridegroom, that the marriage may be consummated. Christ can do no greater work for us and in us than promoting such resemblance. But it is not enough to love the Church and to labour in its behalf, we must likewise be willing —III. And how does the Holy Spirit carry on this cleansing process? love your little ones with fervour. Even so, when humanity had been stung by the foul and deadly serpent, sin, Christ came forth and volunteered to extract the poison, although the effort cost Him His life. N. Norton, D. D.)Christ's love for the ChurchT. There is, indeed, another state, in which the Church will be yet further advanced in blessedness; having been made perfect in holiness, it will be made perfect in happiness and glory: and this will be the consummation of the promise in the text, "That He might present it to Himself a glorious Church.(J. Yielding our whole heart to Him.6. But why is the Church to be thus sanctified? Two or three remarks, and I close. (1) We see they have their imperfections now. It is a rose of the same loveliness and fragrance whether it bloom amid the splendours of royal gardens or in the cottager's door yard; it is the nightingale which sings in the night the same song for prince and peasant. (3) Then we are dispositively fitted for the full enjoyment of God. (3) Improve it to holiness. As a child often mimics his father, we are to mimic our heavenly Father. There are deficiencies which are compatible with sincerity, and the life of God in the soul. (5) Improve it to thankfulness to Christ; for we have all our holiness from Christ; from first to last, He is the Author and Finisher; He purchased and procured the Spirit of sanctification for us (Titus 3:5, 6). And also this glorious estate; He gave Himself not only to sanctify His people, but glorify them. Why, it is this — that they will no more have any "spot or wrinkle, or any such thing." When He foresaw what it would cost, and what He should give, He said, "It is enough."2. Who can fathom this? So, the love of Christ is the origin and the abiding cause of His connection with the Church. The day of presentation has not yet come — the day of maturity, perfection, and bloom; but come it shall! In remarkable providences, at some times.9. There is no true marriage in the absence of it. Gold and jewels and costly array are given to a bride. And, moreover, as the earthly bride is exalted to the same dignity, and enjoys the immunities and wealth of her husband, so the Church will share the honours and glories of her Husband and Lord. The first regards THE PRESENTATION OF THE CHURCH — "That He might present it to Himself." "Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the Church. THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A HUSBAND'S LOVE. It is. "A glorious Church!" H. who can tell how sweet this is! What shall be the law? An entire and undivided love (John 17:26).5. 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