The whole creation appears in a mournful mood and groaning posture. Garbett, M.A. They perish from want of rain. That constant idle flutter of life, with no aims worthy of a rational being, not to say a never-dying soul, is not only the most contemptible, but the most miserable of existences! He is no tourist of pleasure or fancy. And now in this nineteenth century the largest hosts which Caesar could have put upon the field would have been swept like straws before the armies whose "blood and iron" have cemented the edifice of German unity. There are three or four organs in this organ. It has been put in subjection to man, and can only be all that for which God has fitted it with the redemption of man.V. As a powerful intellect at its first dawn aspires after a knowledge of which as yet it has no conception; as an ambitious spirit tends upwards to a height beyond its gaze; as a heathen in his ignorance feels after a God unknown — so will the soul of fallen man wrestle with its bondage and strive for deliverance. Because of the slavery we put them into they groan for vengeance (Habakkuk 2:11).III. And as for greatness, if you think that you would be better off because you might hide your heart-ache in a palace, why then thus much it can give, but no more (Ecclesiastes 1:1, 12, 16, etc.). And so it shall be also with the other creatures. Is not the domestication of animals a problem to which Paul had better clues than the modern naturalist? What God does for His people here is but little to what He designs to do.5. A Christian is described not so much from his gifts as from his graces, which are most essential to him. "She did not know that I gave her corn and wine and oil, and multiplied her silver and gold, which they prepared for Baal." I would tear the bosom open and look upon the heart, and at the bottom of that I see wretchedness. These forces in the hands of man renewed in the image of God's gentleness shall be used only to tunnel the separating mountains and make canals and highways to bring near to each other the different fragments of the human family. We are to die "in like manner" with the earth. These inspired traditions contain the important truth which will solve not a few of our difficulties, that God never meant nature to be looked at apart from its relation to man. The word and the thought fills one book of the Old Testament, as it is here summarised in one chapter of the New. The apostle sees before him the multitudes of mankind. The idea was not a vain dream. And not only they but we, who have the first-fruits of the spirit, even we ourselves, etc. The rivers flow, and the sea hath its ebbs and tides; all things in the lower world are full of labour; and so the creature is wearied and worn out to serve man. It means the possession of the true FILIAL SPIRIT. "And not. Pictures of blue herons More pictures of blue herons. He will go on with His chisel of affliction, using wisdom and the graving tool together, till by and by it shall appear what you shall be; for you shall be like Him, and you shall see Him as He is. 21).4. Be concerned for those who are strangers to all this. MINISTRY OF SERMONAUDIO. Mysterious power of sin, that it should so defile the very creation which itself partakes not of it! Thirdly, which is the worst knowledge of all, we know it by woful experience. )The universal travailJ. That is the great epoch to which creation turns her anxious eye, anticipating her glorious deliverance. It begins very low down in the scale of creation. Secondly, that which shall befal the creature at the day of judgment is here in the text expressly called the deliverance of it. We insist upon dealing with chronic pauperism by pittances and palliatives. But while civil liberty is so desirable, the liberty in our text is of a still more important character. The whole creation, by man's sin, has fallen far short of its beneficial and nutritive quality in comparison of what it originally was at its creation (Psalm 107:34).2. True it is that peace and joy in believing always accompany the reception of Christ. THE UNGODLY.1. Baldwin Brown, B.A.To all seers this truth has unveiled itself. From bondage of corruption to liberty of glory. All true Christians whatsoever, they have more or less received the Spirit. That creatures are ever weak pillars to lean to (Ecclesiastes 1:2).5. But here now he does further confirm it, from that desire which is in believers themselves. There is evidently eternal worth in such relations of life, but just as we begin to find it, we lose it. It is because they have no more pre-apprehensions of these things in themselves; which if they had, they would be otherwise affected. Oh, what comfort this is for our faith, that from the fact of our vitality, and the fact that God is at work with us, it is clear and true and certain that our latter end shall be increased. The air often sickens and kills him. By the same right one takes a sword from a man wherewith he is running at him. Universally. They deepen, and at last one day the shelly case falls off, the insect queen appears, and in the opened wings, and the swift flight, and the flowery food, and the blue sunlight in which it moves with joy, all the problems which disturbed but enkindled it are lost in the splendour of their answer. Secondly, when they are made instruments to man for his sinning, as sometimes they are; there are divers creatures in the world which people choose to the fulfilling of their lusts, their pride, and luxury, and malice. (1) I need say little of those who wear out heart and soul in the pursuit of wealth, which the moth consumes and the rust corrupts, and which, some time or other, will turn into fire and burn into their very souls. men see to sin more by it. By regeneration; for every Christian is a new creature, not only as to his state, but as to his nature. We only ask our philosophers to help us to complete it. The grass groweth as if it knew how to grow; a stone in descending, falleth by a straight line as if it had reason to pick it out; so that they do in their kind groan under their present burden, till they be delivered from it.II. Evidences of this in nature. Much of the earth is desert, and the most fertile lands produce what is noxious more freely than what is good. It is therefore bound. 21).4. Then they put in another stop, and tried to see how it sounded relative to itself. They shall no more be abused by sinners (vers. Their happiness is dashed by all the common sorrows of humanity; but more than this, they have a sorrow of which the men of this world know nothing. To fill the body, lest it fail; to make it hunger, unless it be oppressed with food; to rest it, lest it be exhausted by labour; to labour, lest it be weary through repose; to sleep, lest it be worn with watching; to wake, lest it be listless through rest: what were life so lengthened out but a long disease?3. And so it shall be also with the other creatures. Thomas, D.D.I. THE SAINTS OF GOD. (1)To what a place will it give us access! There is A PART, EVEN OF THE CHRISTIAN, which St. Paul places side by side with nature and humanity as a witness. (2) They mourn over it in others. J. S. Mill said that "the facts of the universe suggested to his mind, not so much the idea of a beneficent and all-wise Creator, as that of a demiurge dealing with an intractable material, over which he had not acquired complete mastery." And in animal life we detect no forecast of immortality. They live by faith and not by sight — they have not received their reward, they have not entered into their inheritance. 10; Isaiah 24:4; Isaiah 33:9; Joel 1:10). Fifthly, in regard of their influence. He looks within and beneath, and feels that beauty might be more beautiful, and life more vital, and strength yet more robust, and that in all actual being there is a possible being more satisfactory; so that he must write nature an expectant, not an inheritor — he must claim her testimony as on the side of that gospel which makes hope, not contentment, the attribute of God's creature.1. It may well be called glorious if we consider —1. )Glorious libertyW. It is our hope now.1. Our descendants will be almost as much ashamed of some of our cruelties as we are ashamed of the cannibalism of our ancestors. "We know not what we shall be"; still less do we know what the glorified creation will be. Man stands in relation to the inferior creation as the Divine Mediator does to all mankind, and by the revelation of the glory of God's sons the whole creation will be lifted at last to higher beneficence and more perfect majesty. This thing for which millions of earnest hearts were pining seems to have been possible only through agony and blood.II. The earth is digged, rent, and deprived of its sabbaths. Sceptics point to the fact that a great proportion of the earth is occupied by desert, and they suppose that they have disproved the idea of benevolent design. But, alas! Contemporancively, as denoting the time of this deliverance. The disorder and rebellion in which the great usurper revels have obtained everywhere in the world which he won by his first temptation, and the peace and order of the rightful King have passed away before them.(C. "Then, indeed, all is turned into groaning and travailing! Thus he simply anticipates the philosophers and poets who have seen in Nature a living and purposeful process, manifesting at each step the presence of one comprehensive will. We have but to compare the huge saurian monsters with the finer, compacter creatures which have taken their place to measure the enormous advance.2. Secondly, affirmatively: "But by reason of Him who hath subjected the same in hope." First, all true Christians whatsoever, they have more or less received the Spirit; not the Spirit in the miraculous gifts of it, but the Spirit in the sanctifying, which is that which is here intended. The earth and sea wait on us with their produce, and people get their sensuality and pride nourished by it. That our Lord Jesus is the heir of all things (Hebrews 1:2). Sceptics point to the fact that a great proportion of the earth is occupied by desert, and they suppose that they have disproved the idea of benevolent design. We may set aside the poetic but not Mosaic idea that just as soon as Adam sinned snakes suddenly developed poison bags, and wolves suddenly discovered a taste for blood, etc. That is about what men see when they look at an organ. The pursuit of gain, like that of pleasure, is vanity and vexation of spirit. God has written vanity upon the present that every eye may be directed towards a dawn, of which the only visible streak is the instinct of the longing. There must be holiness before there can be happiness. 21). They perish from want of rain. "The laws of nature preside over the creation of wealth," but "THE HEART OF MAN" ITSELF OFTEN PRESIDES OVER THE LAWS OF NATURE. Nature is linked with man. Even the prey of the carnivora seems emancipated from the terror; the pain is of the moment, while life on the whole is good to them and glad.4. Surely it is but natural that they should mourn over all which detains them from this unutterable glory.5. The disorder and rebellion in which the great usurper revels have obtained everywhere in the world which he won by his first temptation, and the peace and order of the rightful King have passed away before them.(C. Let us take heed of sinning wilfully after we have received the knowledge of the truth. That the creatures are wearied of the world lying in wickedness, and would fain have it brought to an end (ver. Let us not abuse them to the service of our lusts, lest they witness against us at last. To this effect was the very first promise after the fall. His identical soul does not pass into its but the shadow of what he is always rests upon it. Brooke. As then to us death is to be the gate of immortality and glory, so in some way to them. We may leave the "how" to the unseen Hand that will not fail to redress the disturbed balance in the minutest life. To you, when you look at it, there is a case outside. They are all uneasy. Beet.Nature is prevented from putting forth its powers, from manifesting its real grandeur, and from attaining its original destiny. This is preternatural to it. "Times of refreshing shall come." To these poor wretches Nature will be tormentor rather than friend. God forbid that I should undervalue this, but it has no remedy for our real evils. The pursuit of gain, like that of pleasure, is vanity and vexation of spirit. These first-fruits they do not stay their longing. As Jesus Christ has a right to all the elect, though some of them are yet under the power of sin, but Christ at that day will recover them; so the creatures yet in the hand of His enemies, He will then restore, seeing they are all His by His Father's gift (Acts 3:21).3. He will go on with His chisel of affliction, using wisdom and the graving tool together, till by and by it shall appear what you shall be; for you shall be like Him, and you shall see Him as He is. 2. The whole creation groans and travails in pain until now. WHO ARE THE HEIRS TO THIS LIBERTY? The seeds of lovely and goodly things in her perish by millions. (2) Hard labour, and much loss by it (Habakkuk 2:13). God has given him an all but unlimited stewardship over nature, and we should not go to her anarchic realms to find out what God is, but rather to find out what man is. By The Rev. For God's Sake, Let Grace Be Grace! what must it be to be for ever blessed through the bliss of God! The earth is digged, rent, and deprived of its sabbaths. The apostle sees before him the multitudes of mankind. Evidences of this in nature. The second is, that they do further increase, and make them more eager. When Life is Tough–Part 3. And in animal life we detect no forecast of immortality. Suppose for a moment that the sordid elements hidden in some of the disciples had come to the surface in connection with that miracle. Possibly in some of the lower spheres of life the doctrine of the transmigration of souls may be truer than we think. (5)From anxiety, trouble, and exhausting toil. Jay. "When riches increase, set not your heart upon them" (Psalm 62:10). Thomas, D.D.1. Parker, D.D.The liberty of —1. It puts an excellency and loveliness upon it. They are upbraiding groans. (3)From indwelling sin. "She did not know that I gave her corn and wine and oil, and multiplied her silver and gold, which they prepared for Baal." For who ever heard the groaning of the whole creation?1. The Second Adam coming in his room, the forfeited estate is made over to him (Psalm 8:5-7; Hebrews 2:6-9). That the great day is the day of the restitution of all things (Acts 3:21).2. Sickness, pain, death, restraint, bondage.II. We know how it is sometimes in the affairs and businesses of men; that some kind of malefactors they are punished not only in their persons, but in their relations, to put the greater terror upon their miscarriages, and to make them more odious. (4)From the blindness of our understanding; from perplexity, and doubt, and uncertainty. And yet all around us and in us bear also sad tokens of the fall. And how are we to account for this? We see how far some of them have gone in renouncing their service to him (Job 39:7, 8).5. God has cursed the earth for man's sake, and thereby brought destruction upon it. From the whole take these corollaries:1. "Glory that shall be revealed in us." I speak of squandering away noble capacities in baubles and playthings, which is just as absurd as giving pearls and diamonds for feathers or stones. Perhaps, in a measure, both.3. Little by little each stop was put in accord with itself, and with its neighbours; and at last the complex whole stood complete. Mysterious efficacy of our Lord's atonement, that all things which shut not out God shall partake of the glory which He hath purchased!2. Only think from what evils it will free us. There must be grace before there can be glory. We have no thoughts for breaking hearts and desolated homes. Judge God's work in man by all that man may be trained to, and judge God's work in nature by the potential excellence that sleeps in its mysterious depths. G. And in animal life we detect no forecast of immortality. The devils. Beecher. WHEN WE JUDGE GOD BY HIS WORK IN NATURE, WE MUST LOOK AT THE IDEAL CAPABILITY HIDDEN IN IT, RATHER THAN AT THE ATTAINMENT. Lastly, the great disorder and confusion of all things here below; it does speak this much unto us, "The whole creation travails and groans"; that is, the whole frame and composure of the world, being a world of trouble. A subject of deep interest to all Christians.(Preb. Not only that, but each stop had to be in accord with every other stop that was added. (3)From indwelling sin. No such men are happy — their Maker has taken good care of that. — to rivers of delight; to the marriage supper of the Lamb; to fulness of joy, and pleasures for evermore.4. Pharaoh will not let Israel go, and the cattle, and the very trees and water of Egypt, smart (see also Hosea 4:3; Haggai 1:4-11).3. Nature grows more stern and savage daily unless mastered by man. Never were people more vain and willingly subject to vanity than now they are. Our descendants will be almost as much ashamed of some of our cruelties as we are ashamed of the cannibalism of our ancestors. Watson. And in animal life we detect no forecast of immortality. Our great need to draw our hearts from the inordinate love of the creature, and to lay up treasure in heaven. )Creation groansT. The elect. We live in a groaning world, and must expect to bear our share in the common concert. That all the creatures which are in the world, or ever have been since the fall of man, they are for the present in a vain condition: they are vain and subject to vanity. Sometimes, too, you have seen on the walls of a church the work of a great artist. The one is a condition irrecoverable, while the other is a condition of hope. As we ascend to the higher region of animate creation the struggle becomes apparently more dire and destructive still. You are not the whole of it. When we read of heroic achievements our eye flashes, our blood fires. Just as the law gives to the parent the custody of his own child, so God gives to man power over the world to modify it for good or evil at his will. These must go before the other, and first of all show themselves in us. Where is the creature that has no evil about it now? But it shall be also the day of "the manifestation of the sons of God."1. They have shared long with man in his plagues, but then they will get the burden off their back (ver. WHO ARE THE HEIRS TO THIS LIBERTY? "They shall not hurt nor destroy in all slay My holy mountain." Thirdly, it is said here also in the text, that the creatures shall be delivered into the liberty of the children of God; that is, that they shall be delivered in like manner as God's children are delivered. Stop by stop, department by department, was put in separately. Who has not some vision of a perfection, if not for himself, then for the race? Thomas, D.D. (2) As thou wilt be deserted of God, so thou wilt be deserted of the creatures in thy misery (Isaiah 8:21, 22).3. WHAT DELIVERY THE WORLD SHALL THEN GET. These inspired traditions contain the important truth which will solve not a few of our difficulties, that God never meant nature to be looked at apart from its relation to man. "We," believers, hear the mournful ditty. What the suffering world profoundly longs for is the advent of true men, "sons of God." The distempered winds often sink him in the sea. Yet, in itself, what vanity is this very variety with which God has tempered our weariness. This longing verified by Scripture. The wisest seer in Rome, weary of the rout of Olympus as the groundwork of the order of the universe, thought that a wild concourse of atoms, by some dull chance, shaping themselves into an order, might be the key to the mystery of life; but he left life sadder than he found it. All things by turn fatigue, as if to teach us that none of all is our rest. God has given him an all but unlimited stewardship over nature, and we should not go to her anarchic realms to find out what God is, but rather to find out what man is. Flowers, plants, and trees, spring up in soil which gives them no food, and they die of starvation. B. Pusey, D.D. The wonderful dulness of man in the case of sin and misery; so that the creatures are fain to supply our room.6. What is there to uphold these pleasure-seekers in the valley of the shadow of death? Now that vanity, which was only accidental, is not likely to be perpetual. Freely and without desert.Conclusion:1. Earnest expectation. From scepticism. The whole creation groans and travails in pain until now. And as the dominion of God or His right to put mankind into what state or circumstances He pleases is indisputable, so He never exercises this supreme dominion of His without good reason.2. Subjected by, and for, some one: "By reason of Him." But the Bible anticipates this difficulty, and foreshadows a conclusive answer in the text. Garbett, M.A. It was not a pleasant change from a body preserved in independent vigour and immortality by the efficacy of the Tree of Life to a mortal body; from gardening in Paradise to ploughing a stubborn and comparatively barren soil. what must it be to be for ever blessed through the bliss of God! First, in regard of the order, and beginning, and first appearance of them. They seemed to catch the voice of a groaning. We believe in development. men see to sin more by it. Secondly, the sins of men, for whose sake this vanity is inflicted, and from whom it is decreed, they shall some of them be delivered from that vanity which is upon them, therefore there is great cause to believe that the creatures shall also some of them partake of the like proportionable deliverance. 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