zephaniah 3:17 sermon

B. THIS LOVE, AND THE RELATIONSHIPS IMPLIED IN IT. It is necessary to make this distinction, because none are so prone to take to themselves the promises of the Gospel as those to whom they clearly do not belong.2. Some prefer fast paced simple tunes that raise their spirits. This is a theme so sublime that we are scarcely able to form any conception of it. God is orchestrating the Symphony that is my life. God finds this blessedness in the work of redemption. It is as impossible that this love in itself, or in the essence of it, can ever be anything different from what it is, or hath been, as it is that God Himself can ever be anything different from what He is now, or hath been from eternity. )He will rest in His loveThe Almighty resting in His loveDaniel Moore, M. A.God rules in an unquiet world. They are His by choice, by purchase, by a new creation, by covenant. He has saved us from the penalty of sin. HIS IMMUTABILITY TOWARDS THOSE WHOM HE INTENDS TO SAVE. By the extent of suffering which we are willing to undergo for the person beloved.4. HIS DELIGHT TO SAVE. IT IS THE JOY OF GIVING. They are called upon —1. They embrace a mighty compass. And it is argued that to ascribe human attributes to God is to limit Him. By our anxiety in regard to its welfare. This joy God found in creation, in which His might was revealed.II. God knows not only how many He has chosen, but knows also every individual object of His choice. 1. "HE WILL JOY OVER THEE WITH SINGING." Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching : O Resplendent God, Meet Your Repentant Servants! We may make God glad. Jesus Christ has the power and authority to bring about the worldwide restoration process. (5)To make, His people peaceful, joyful, and happy. HE "WILL REJOICE OVER THEE WITH JOY." It does not exclude temporal preservation and deliverance. Ten times over in this chapter God assures His people of what He will most certainly do on their behalf. A number taken from two classes of His own rational creatures are distinguished as the objects of His love, — elect angels and elect men. 3. There is nought in the contemplation of the natural man to call forth the joy of the Saviour.IV. IN THE PRINCIPLE OF HIS LOVE. In this sense God rested from His work of creation. Man is often alienated from the object of his affections, either by means of some unexpected evil He has discovered, or through his own fickleness and inconstancy. "In the midst of thee." iii. Your past years, by repeated acts of indulgence, may have formed habits strong as iron bands; but He will save. (William Jay. Sometimes joy is too deep for speech. Your foes may be numerous as the devils in hell, strong and wily; but He will save. THIS LOVE, AND THE RELATIONSHIPS IMPLIED IN IT. IN THE PRINCIPLE OF HIS LOVE. It is as impossible that this love in itself, or in the essence of it, can ever be anything different from what it is, or hath been, as it is that God Himself can ever be anything different from what He is now, or hath been from eternity. IT IS THE JOY OF A STRONG BEING. If this is not an amplification of the preceding promises, rather than a new promise, it speaks of a time when the watchful care of the Saviour will be followed by a feeling of ecstatic joy — of a time when the silence of unutterable emotion will be broken in upon by the triumphant voice of Him whose voice is as the sound of many waters. (2)His purpose to save. This abstaining from interference is observable in the general order of earthly affairs, and in the lot of individual believers. Regarding the passage as applicable to our great and glorious salvation, we are shown —(1)His ability to save. This love has numerous objects. The quietness of an Omniscient mind which, seeing the end from the beginning, will not allow itself to be moved from the fixed order of its determinations. )LinksZephaniah 3:17 NIVZephaniah 3:17 NLTZephaniah 3:17 ESVZephaniah 3:17 NASBZephaniah 3:17 KJVZephaniah 3:17 Bible AppsZephaniah 3:17 ParallelZephaniah 3:17 Biblia ParalelaZephaniah 3:17 Chinese BibleZephaniah 3:17 French BibleZephaniah 3:17 German BibleZephaniah 3:17 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)The feelings with which He saves.2. It does not exclude temporal preservation and deliverance. Now illustrate the grounds of confidence which all Christians may have in the unchanging love of their Almighty Redeemer.I. God loves not His people more or less at one time than another.IV. Your circumstances and companions may be most unfavourable to a life of victory; but He will save. Our love toward an object may be known by the direction of our thoughts; for on the beloved object our thoughts chiefly dwell.2. It will break silence presently; but in the meanwhile be still, and know that God is love. Zephaniah 3:17; Genesis 1:27; Isaiah 62:5; Psalms 103:8-10; Those who believe in: He is their God in a peculiar sense. He takes the matter into His own hands, and determines to save those whom He has given to His Son. God knows not only how many He has chosen, but knows also every individual object of His choice. Have no end, no aim, no wish, but to please and honour the God of your salvation. That God rejoices in His love, and in all its sanctifying, saving effects upon His people. IT IS THE JOY OF A HELPFUL PRESENCE. "In the midst of thee." (James Begg, D. D.)A duster of grapesF. "He will rest in His love"; literally, "He will be silent in His love." IT IS THE JOY OF A HELPFUL PRESENCE. (3)The feelings with which He saves.2. And this marvellous indwelling — more wonderful than if an angel were to indwell an emmet or a humming-bird — is not dependent on frames or feelings or aught in us; but endures through all our changes and fluctuations unto the eternal ages. IT IS A SILENT JOY. The Lord Will Rejoice over You . It is necessary to make this distinction, because none are so prone to take to themselves the promises of the Gospel as those to whom they clearly do not belong.2. IN THE OBJECTS OF HIS LOVE. God knows not only how many He has chosen, but knows also every individual object of His choice. 3. The study included a Gallop survey, which identified four distinct views of God's personality and interaction with the world. This is a theme so sublime that we are scarcely able to form any conception of it. )God's delight in saving soulsSkeletons of Sermons.A knowledge of ourselves will show us how much need we have of repentance; and a knowledge of God will encourage us to repent.I. The Book of Zephaniah is probably best known for being the least known book of the entire Bible. All the deepest emotion is silent. Not silent all the time. Abraham. His people are His by creation, purchase, adoption, and by a begun and progressive sanctification. (Robert Muter. The obligation that lies upon believers to serve the Lord. T. P. He doeth what He will with His own, and all things are His. It is only for the heirs of salvation that this honour is reserved, and it is by them alone that true consolation is enjoyed. Behold, then, the great Father of spirits reposing with delighted tranquillity on the appointments and provisions of Messiah's kingdom.2. He does not destroy our free agency; but He overcomes our reluctance, and draws us to Himself by an operation no less powerful than that which He exerted in raising His Son, Jesus Christ, from the dead.III. Believers may be encouraged to smile defiance at every attempt to separate them from the love of God. There is nought in the contemplation of the natural man to call forth the joy of the Saviour.IV. There is always a firm footing there. CONSIDER WHAT CHRIST HAS ALREADY DONE FOR HIS PEOPLE. Temporal deliverances are promised conditionally. The sweetest words that can climb to heaven are, "God be merciful to me a sinner." HE WILL SAVE — From all useless dread and alarm, from all unnecessary trials and assaults. How many years did Moses live in the Promised Land? To all human seeming things are left to take their course. He is in the midst of His Church, so that it shall not be moved. IT IS THE JOY OF A STRONG BEING. Have no end, no aim, no wish, but to please and honour the God of your salvation. It is only for the heirs of salvation that this honour is reserved, and it is by them alone that true consolation is enjoyed. )The unchangeable nature of God's love to manRobert Muter.God is not only lovely and loving, He is pure unmixed love itself. Thoresby. The quietness of an Omniscient mind which, seeing the end from the beginning, will not allow itself to be moved from the fixed order of its determinations. He is in the midst of His Church, so that it shall not be moved. If this is not an amplification of the preceding promises, rather than a new promise, it speaks of a time when the watchful care of the Saviour will be followed by a feeling of ecstatic joy — of a time when the silence of unutterable emotion will be broken in upon by the triumphant voice of Him whose voice is as the sound of many waters. Omond. She pointed out that in Genesis 1 we read Little natures are capable of little happiness. That her God is no less able than willing to effect her salvation. We are not to look for miracles, but we may look for Him who performed them. Have no end, no aim, no wish, but to please and honour the God of your salvation. It is the rest of a moral satisfaction with all the arrangements He had made for man's spiritual and everlasting happiness. 3. Anglican. Referring to that time, the prophet calls for songs of hope.I. If He should leave us to ourselves none of us would be saved. We may make God glad. Then we may expect Him to accomplish the four blessed "I wills" of this precious verse.I. We shall not speak of God's power in general, but as it is manifested in the salvation of His Church and people.II. Not merely will He feel an inward pleasure; but as a man, overjoyed at any event, involuntarily expresses his joy by singing, or some other outward token, so will God manifest His pleasure to the returning soul.IV. It was great to make a soul like ours; how much greater to redeem! What is this salvation? Sometimes joy is too deep for speech. Sometimes He sings. Love, as it exists in Himself, is unchanging and ever-duringII. HE WILL REJOICE OVER THEE WITH JOY. IN THE FRUITS OF HIS LOVE. Will it be no aggravation of our guilt in the day of judgment to have despised such a loving and gracious God? But a much wider circle than the chosen race may appropriate the blessed comfort of these words. The text is spoken on the supposition that the people of God will often be overwhelmed with anxiety — that they shall "fear," and their "hands shall be slack." I am God-tenanted, God-possessed. It opens the door to a new future. )Christ's joy in His people: — In the time of Zephaniah the iniquity of the Jews was very great, and as a nation they were fast ripening for punishment. HIS DETERMINATION TO SAVE. HE "WILL REJOICE OVER THEE WITH JOY." Sometimes joy is too deep for speech. "HE WILL JOY OVER THEE WITH SINGING." The logs of which the hut was built, its floors, its doors, its roof, its furniture — all were changed to sider by this magic lamp. He will also save us from its power. Not merely will He feel an inward pleasure; but as a man, overjoyed at any event, involuntarily expresses his joy by singing, or some other outward token, so will God manifest His pleasure to the returning soul.IV. If this is not an amplification of the preceding promises, rather than a new promise, it speaks of a time when the watchful care of the Saviour will be followed by a feeling of ecstatic joy — of a time when the silence of unutterable emotion will be broken in upon by the triumphant voice of Him whose voice is as the sound of many waters. Your temperament may be as susceptible to temptation as an aspen leaf is to the wind; but He will save. The honour they were to receive. This abstaining from interference is observable in the general order of earthly affairs, and in the lot of individual believers. They were to be up and doing. He does not destroy our free agency; but He overcomes our reluctance, and draws us to Himself by an operation no less powerful than that which He exerted in raising His Son, Jesus Christ, from the dead.III. God loves not His people more or less at one time than another.IV. He takes the matter into His own hands, and determines to save those whom He has given to His Son. CONSIDER WHAT CHRIST HAS ALREADY DONE FOR HIS PEOPLE. "HE WILL SAVE." We may make God glad. They are His by choice, by purchase, by a new creation, by covenant. The greatest feel His power, and the least are not exempt from His care.II. IN THE FRUITS OF HIS LOVE. IV. II. It will break silence presently; but in the meanwhile be still, and know that God is love.IV. The greatest feel His power, and the least are not exempt from His care.II. )LinksZephaniah 3:17 NIVZephaniah 3:17 NLTZephaniah 3:17 ESVZephaniah 3:17 NASBZephaniah 3:17 KJVZephaniah 3:17 Bible AppsZephaniah 3:17 ParallelZephaniah 3:17 Biblia ParalelaZephaniah 3:17 Chinese BibleZephaniah 3:17 French BibleZephaniah 3:17 German BibleZephaniah 3:17 CommentariesBible Hub, (3)To make His people holy. But He will save — He is inclined, He is engaged. As God took the side of His people against their foes, and will do so again in the final struggle, when His feet shall stand upon the Mount of Olives, so will He take our side against our sins. He will save.III. The outward conditions and circumstances may be the same, but they shine now with a new beauty.He will saveMighty to saveAuthor of "Footsteps of Jesus. )The joy of God over His ownGeorge Elliott.This is one of those revelations of the character of God which are sometimes called anthropomorphic. IT IS THE JOY OF A HELPFUL PRESENCE. There is delight in being with and doing for those we love. HIS DETERMINATION TO SAVE. According to Zephaniah 1:1, "The word of the Lord came to Zephaniah the son of Cushi . Then, if these things be so, let me say, "What manner of persons ought we to be, in all holy conversation and godliness?"(J. Have no end, no aim, no wish, but to please and honour the God of your salvation. The Lordwill take delight in you, and in his love he will give you new life. But this contentment of God with the results of His own doings was to receive a yet higher illustration. Sometimes He sings. As we need God, so does God need us. The obligation that lies upon believers to serve the Lord. But God changeth not. Now illustrate the grounds of confidence which all Christians may have in the unchanging love of their Almighty Redeemer. The character is transformed, but not the character only; all life is made new when one becomes -a child of God. There is nought in the contemplation of the natural man to call forth the joy of the Saviour.IV. Your foes may be numerous as the devils in hell, strong and wily; but He will save. HE "WILL REJOICE OVER THEE WITH JOY." THE EXHORTATION WHICH GOD HERE ADDRESSES TO HIS PEOPLE. THIS LOVE, AND THE RELATIONSHIPS IMPLIED IN IT. GOD'S POWER TO SAVE. This sermon focuses on John's message of repentance. 17 The Lordyour God is with you; his power gives you victory. He will rejoice over you with singing." Difficulties are nought to Him; the darkness shineth as the day.II. By our anxiety in regard to its welfare.3. We may make God glad. HIS DETERMINATION TO SAVE. The sweetest words that can climb to heaven are, "God be merciful to me a sinner." Your temperament may be as susceptible to temptation as an aspen leaf is to the wind; but He will save. (Daniel Moore, M. )Christ's joy in His people: — In the time of Zephaniah the iniquity of the Jews was very great, and as a nation they were fast ripening for punishment. The margin suggests an exquisite alternative, "He will be silent in His love." There He is to record His name; there He is by the sweet experience of His promises and there He is by the most abundant communications, beyond all they ask, of that grace which is requisite for their comfort. Wherever salvation is wrought by one individual in favour of another it implies weakness on the part of the one, and power on the part of the other. The danger of dying in an unconverted state. Denomination: Your temperament may be as susceptible to temptation as an aspen leaf is to the wind; but He will save. Here we are told that God is silent in His brooding tenderness. Twice over in this paragraph we are told that the Lord, the King of Israel, is in the midst of His people. "The mighty God, the King, is in the midst of me. (Daniel Moore, M. )He will rest in His loveThe Almighty resting in His loveDaniel Moore, M. A.God rules in an unquiet world. The sweetest words that can climb to heaven are, "God be merciful to me a sinner." Our love toward an object may be known by the direction of our thoughts; for on the beloved object our thoughts chiefly dwell.2. "HE WILL REST IN HIS LOVE." The obligation that lies upon believers to serve the Lord. This joy God found in creation, in which His might was revealed.II. HE WILL JOY OVER THEE WITH SINGING. No encouragement is therefore given here to open transgressors, or to persistent backsliders. The margin suggests an exquisite alternative, "He will be silent in His love." 2. "He will save." He will save.III. A. Omond. God also rejoices over us when we choose to do the right things. It is only for the heirs of salvation that this honour is reserved, and it is by them alone that true consolation is enjoyed. HE WILL JOY OVER THEE WITH SINGING. The arrival of God’s presence dispels fear. Then, if these things be so, let me say, "What manner of persons ought we to be, in all holy conversation and godliness?"(J. The honour they were to receive. THE EXHORTATION WHICH GOD HERE ADDRESSES TO HIS PEOPLE. But He will save — He is inclined, He is engaged. "These words are full of encouragement.I. What now shall hinder us ridding ourselves of all which has hindered Him from doing His mighty works, so that He may do that which He so much loves, and which we so much need? Sometimes joy is too deep for speech. "He will rest in His love"; literally, "He will be silent in His love." )LinksZephaniah 3:17 NIVZephaniah 3:17 NLTZephaniah 3:17 ESVZephaniah 3:17 NASBZephaniah 3:17 KJVZephaniah 3:17 Bible AppsZephaniah 3:17 ParallelZephaniah 3:17 Biblia ParalelaZephaniah 3:17 Chinese BibleZephaniah 3:17 French BibleZephaniah 3:17 German BibleZephaniah 3:17 CommentariesBible Hub. The text is spoken on the supposition that the people of God will often be overwhelmed with anxiety — that they shall "fear," and their "hands shall be slack." HE WILL SAVE — From all useless dread and alarm, from all unnecessary trials and assaults. Then we may expect Him to accomplish the four blessed "I wills" of this precious verse.I. IT IS A SILENT JOY. THE LORD GOD IN THE MIDST OF THEE IS MIGHTY. A. In our gladdest hours we can but dimly guess what is the bliss of an infinite Being. GOD'S DELIGHT IN HIS PEOPLE. Margin, "He will be silent," or "keep silence in His love." Of old the Psalmist said that his soul was silent in its calm expectancy for God's salvation. ")He will rejoice over thee with joyGod's joy in salvationWilliam Jay., J. Slackness is opposed to zeal and diligence. "The Lord thy God is mighty." Consider by what names He is called. Omond. 1. It is as impossible that this love in itself, or in the essence of it, can ever be anything different from what it is, or hath been, as it is that God Himself can ever be anything different from what He is now, or hath been from eternity. It is the unheard running of the still waters.V. I am God-tenanted, God-possessed. But this contentment of God with the results of His own doings was to receive a yet higher illustration. This is a theme so sublime that we are scarcely able to form any conception of it. held that love is the attraction to each other of twin souls, made each for the other, and moving towards each other; until each finds in the other the complement and supply of the needs of its own nature. This joy God found in creation, in which His might was revealed.II. "He will save." Despite this forgiveness, the consequence of sin remains. No encouragement is therefore given here to open transgressors, or to persistent backsliders. Rediscover Christmas - 2020 Advent Series, Your favorite Scriptures and sermon ideas, 30 themed church media sets for church services. Your foes may be numerous as the devils in hell, strong and wily; but He will save. To all human seeming things are left to take their course. WHAT DOES THE TEXT SAY CONCERNING GOD'S RELATION TO US? In whatever manner God may act by them, His love is neither changed nor diminished.3. It must be a sight of the goodness of God, if anything, that will lead a man to repentance. This abstaining from interference is observable in the general order of earthly affairs, and in the lot of individual believers. He has saved. (James Begg, D. D.)A duster of grapesF. HE WILL REST IN THE DEGREE OF HIS WILL. This is God's joy in His providence.III. "He will rest in His love." The consolation is addressed only to true Christians. )He will rest in His loveThe Almighty resting in His loveDaniel Moore, M. A.God rules in an unquiet world. The text is spoken on the supposition that the people of God will often be overwhelmed with anxiety — that they shall "fear," and their "hands shall be slack." )Christ's joy in His people: — In the time of Zephaniah the iniquity of the Jews was very great, and as a nation they were fast ripening for punishment. HE WILL REJOICE OVER THEE WITH JOY. Here we are told that God is silent in His brooding tenderness. The idea in the text is of Deity in repose — silent — looking calmly on all the disorders of the Church and the world, as knowing that there is one attribute of His nature which will suffice to rectify all things for the deliverance of His people.I. The consolations they were to realise.3. Here we are told that God is silent in His brooding tenderness. 62:5; 65:19; Jer. God is mighty in the use of intellectual power to save His people. It does not exclude temporal preservation and deliverance. The presence of God in His Church is its glory.2. The text is spoken on the supposition that the people of God will often be overwhelmed with anxiety — that they shall "fear," and their "hands shall be slack." (3)The feelings with which He saves.2. Learn —1. Learn —1. GOD'S POWER TO SAVE. There is always a firm footing there. IN THE OBJECTS OF HIS LOVE. Consider by what names He is called. Man is often alienated from the object of his affections, either by means of some unexpected evil He has discovered, or through his own fickleness and inconstancy. cannot speak of the fruits of His love in detail. Cross references. It does not exclude temporal preservation and deliverance. Our love toward an object may be known by the direction of our thoughts; for on the beloved object our thoughts chiefly dwell.2. English Standard Version Update. )Christ's joy in His people: — In the time of Zephaniah the iniquity of the Jews was very great, and as a nation they were fast ripening for punishment. He doeth what He will with His own, and all things are His. "HE WILL SAVE." Not merely will He feel an inward pleasure; but as a man, overjoyed at any event, involuntarily expresses his joy by singing, or some other outward token, so will God manifest His pleasure to the returning soul.IV. He will stop the music of glory, and hush the converse of the angels, to hear it stealing up to His throne. Here is nearness and power. Zephaniah 3:17. Little natures are capable of little happiness. By the prominence given to the object beloved.II. There He communicates the immense blessings of salvation. This is an indisputable fact. Here is nearness and power. (2)His purpose to save. (Robert Muter. "HE WILL REST IN HIS LOVE." It is the unheard running of the still waters. Your past years, by repeated acts of indulgence, may have formed habits strong as iron bands; but He will save. In whatever manner God may act by them, His love is neither changed nor diminished. Love, as it exists in Himself, is unchanging and ever-during. We should have thought that our sin would alienate Him from us for ever. Omond. No encouragement is therefore given here to open transgressors, or to persistent backsliders. (Robert Muter. And this marvellous indwelling — more wonderful than if an angel were to indwell an emmet or a humming-bird — is not dependent on frames or feelings or aught in us; but endures through all our changes and fluctuations unto the eternal ages. Christ will show Himself as Saviour in the days to come, as truly as in days past. cannot speak of the fruits of His love in detail. (4)To protect and secure His people. IN THE FRUITS OF HIS LOVE. IT IS A SILENT JOY. And this marvellous indwelling — more wonderful than if an angel were to indwell an emmet or a humming-bird — is not dependent on frames or feelings or aught in us; but endures through all our changes and fluctuations unto the eternal ages. Scripture: Zephaniah 3:17. I. 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