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    Sacred Space Your daily prayer online. Matthew Resume Prayer. Some thoughts on today's scripture Active. Jesus, in his response to his questioners, reminds us that we are all citizens of two dominions — the spiritual and the temporal.

    We have duties to each. Generally, these loyalties are not in conflict. However, there are nonetheless occasions when we need to speak — out of love - against neglect or inequitable behaviour by our Government, especially in regard to social injustice.

    Jesus remains free and firm in face of the plots against him by the Pharisees who try to catch him out and find a way to silence him with a barbed question.

    Is it right to pay taxes to a foreign power? If he says yes, he is against them, his own people. If he says no, they will report him to the Romans and have him arrested.

    You can see in the text the wisdom of his answer. Copyright Statement The text of this work is public domain. Bibliography Vincent, Marvin R. Charles Schribner's Sons.

    New York, USA. And he said unto them, With desire I have desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer:. With desire have I desired — That is, I have earnestly desired it.

    He desired it, both for the sake of his disciples, to whom he desired to manifest himself farther, at this solemn parting: and for the sake of his whole Church, that he might institute the grand memorial of his death.

    Copyright Statement These files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library Website.

    Bibliography Wesley, John. Luke What were the reasons why the Saviour desired so earnestly to join in this last Passover before He suffered?

    The Passover had now reached its end and found its full meaning. For the support of His own soul in the approaching struggle.

    It looked forward to all the future of His Church and people. Bibliography Nisbet, James. Church Pulpit Commentary.

    With desire have I desired ] How much more should we come with strong affections and lusty appetites to this holy supper! It is a virtue here to be a holy glutton, and to drink hearty draughts; that we may go from the table, as Christ from Jordan, full of the Holy Ghost.

    For this end consider what is before thee, as Proverbs , not to restrain appetite, but to provoke it.

    And the rather because Christ thus earnestly thirsted after our salvation, though he knew it should cost him so dear.

    See Luke Bibliography Trapp, John. John Trapp Complete Commentary. We cannot enter into the Divine intensity of this desire, but it would seem that the longing Christ had to eat this Passover with His disciples before He suffered arose, 1 from the consciousness that, in that hour and in that act He would for ever put an end to shadows, and bring in the substance of our redemption; 2 because that hour was the winding up of the long years in which He had waited for His bitter passion; 3 that last mournful Passover was a solace to the Son of Man.

    It was sad, but sweet. What a light these words cast on the Blessed Sacrament which He then bequeathed to us, and on the law which binds us to it.

    For 1 it shows us that the Holy Sacrament is this last Passover continuing still. What was then begun is a perpetual celebration.

    In heaven and in earth, it is but one act still, one priesthood and one sacrifice. The Church is the upper chamber spread abroad; a sphere above this visible world, hanging over all the earth.

    It is in all lands, under all skies, upon the floods and in the mountains, in the wilderness and on trackless shores—wherever two or three are gathered together, there is the upper chamber, and the paschal table, the disciples and the Lord of the true Passover, the Sacrifice and the Priest.

    Love pent up withers away; but Divine love cannot be straitened; it is like the light of heaven which pours down in floods upon the earth.

    Our Redeemer is not only very God but very Man in all the truth of our humanity, and His human affections follow the laws of our perfect manhood.

    With desire He invites us to Himself, that He may show to our intimate consciousness the personal love which moved Him to give Himself, with full intention, for each several soul.

    Consider some of the reasons why the Saviour desired so earnestly to join in this last Passover before He suffered. Christ desired to be present at the last Passover, because His friends needed special comfort.

    References: Luke Tuck, Christian World Pulpit, vol. Keble, Sermons on Various Occasions, p. Bruce, The Training of the Twelve, p.

    Peabody, Ibid. Stanford, Evening of Our Lord's Ministry, p. Luke , Luke Liddon, Thoughts on Present Church Troubles, p. Bibliography Nicoll, William R.

    With desire I have desired — This is a Hebraism, signifying a very fervent and longing desire: "I have longed greatly," said he, "to eat this passover with you before I suffer, because it is the last I shall ever celebrate with you, and because I desire, before my death, to give you the strongest proofs of my love.

    John, John : in which he gave them a variety of excellent advice, and many gracious promises;—last of all, his recommending them solemnly by prayer to the protection and guidance of his heavenly Father.

    The magnanimity which our Lord discovers in the expression before us, is beyond conception: it implies, that although he knew this supper would be the last he should celebrate with his disciples, and that he should rise from it but a few hours before he suffered the most cruel insults and torments, which would end in his death; yet such was his love to his faithful people, such his desire to glorify his heavenly Father, that no passover was ever so welcome to him as this.

    Bibliography Coke, Thomas. Thomas Coke Commentary on the Holy Bible. Luke ; Luke : Matthew alli Bibliography Alford, Henry.

    Greek Testament Critical Exegetical Commentary. Matthew Bibliography Bengel, Johann Albrecht. See Poole on " Matthew " , and following verses to Matthew , where is opened whatsoever Luke hath that is not in the other evangelists.

    Bibliography Poole, Matthew, "Commentary on Luke ". With desire I have desired ; a Hebrew form of expression signifying, I have greatly desired.

    Bibliography Edwards, Justin. American Tract Society. I earnestly desired. A Hebraism. Winer, p. The expression may perhaps point to the fact that this was not the actual Jewish Paschal meal, but one which was intended to supersede it by a Passover of far more divine significance.

    Bibliography "Commentary on Luke ". With desire I have desired —The Hebrew mode of saying I have had a most intense desire.

    The deep emotion of the Saviour at coming to the hour of his last converse with his chosen ones, fills his language with an exquisite pathos.

    And these last hours were to be devoted to instituting the symbols of his own death. He was to die, be emblematically slain before them, and to appoint the ever-continued repetition of that symbolical death in his Church through future ages.

    No wonder that he had looked forward to that supper with earnest emotion, and had well provided that it should be an hour upon whose sacred privacy no enemy but one should intrude.

    The present passage narrates that part of the supper which belonged to the Passover. See notes on Matthew , with introductory note preceding.

    Bibliography Whedon, Daniel. He had steadfastly set His face towards Jerusalem for this purpose, and now the time had come.

    He had wanted to share with them His last hours and His last Passover. Soon He would no longer be with them, and He knew how much they would miss Him.

    We are probably also to see in it how much, humanly speaking, He would miss them and regretted having to leave them, even though He knew that it was for their good.

    It may also indicate His eagerness that what was now about to happen should be over as quickly as possible, i.

    Bibliography Pett, Peter. Jesus" great desire Gr. It also arose from the fact that this would be His last fellowship meal with them.

    It was also the last Passover to be celebrated under the old Mosaic Covenant. With a second Sacrament did He close His Ministry: it was that of gathering together and fellowship in the Lord"s Supper.

    Bibliography Constable, Thomas. Thomas Constable". With desire I have desired. A Hebrew form of expression, denoting strong desire.

    To eat this Passover. One ground of the strong desire was the certainty that it would be the last one, hence peculiarly solemn and important.

    With you. Emphatic, it was the eating with them which He so strongly desired. Before I suffer. The expression occurs in this absolute sense only here in the Gospels.

    Bibliography Pett, Peter. Bibliography Schaff, Philip. KäptN Sharky Trapp, John. All that can be said is that they fall in Murphys Gesetz Film it, if proved on independent evidence. John Trapp Complete Commentary Psalms My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my Saturn Award and thou hast brought me into the dust of death. 22:15 mot slät ansats. 22:15 22:15 Sendung: tagesthemen Uhr | paperskin.eu - die erste Adresse für Nachrichten und Information: An Tagen im Jahr rund.

    If he says no, they will report him to the Romans and have him arrested. You can see in the text the wisdom of his answer.

    To be a good citizen and to serve God are not in contradiction, since God works through all human systems and institutions to build the final community of love.

    God needs me to help build good relationships wherever I find myself. A coin has two sides: one identifies the issuing authority; one refers to history or culture.

    Jesus remains free and firm in face of the plots against him. I ask for his courage to stand up for what is true and just.

    People have worked on this reply of Jesus, some hankering for revolution against an oppressive regime, some trying to bolster their conservatism.

    What is your answer, Lord? You hungered and thirsted for justice, and heard the cry of the poor. In all your preaching you championed the cause of the destitute.

    Wesley's Notes for Exodus If a man suppose lent his team to his neighbour, if the owner were with it, or were to receive profit for the loan of it, whatever harm befel the cattle the owner must stand to the loss of it: but if the owner were so kind to the borrower as to lend it him gratis, and put such a confidence in him as to trust it from under his own eye, then, if any harm happened, the borrower must make it good.

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    My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast brought me into the dust of death.

    Death — Thy providence, delivering me into the power of mine enemies, and by thy terrors in my soul. Copyright Statement These files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library Website.

    Bibliography Wesley, John. My strength is dried up. He means the vigor which is imparted to us by the radical moisture, as physicians call it. What he adds in the next clause, My tongue cleaveth to my jaws, is of the same import.

    We know that excessive grief not only consumes the vital spirits, but also dries up almost all the moisture which is in our bodies.

    He next declares, that in consequence of this, he was adjudged or devoted to the grave: Thou hast brought me to the dust of death.

    The dreadful encounter of our Redeemer with death, by which there was forced from his body blood instead of sweat; his descent into hell, by which he tasted of the wrath of God which was due to sinners; and, in short, his emptying himself, could not be adequately expressed by any of the ordinary forms of speech.

    Moreover, David speaks of death as those who are in trouble are accustomed to speak of it, who, struck with fear, can think of nothing but of their being reduced to dust and to destruction.

    Whenever the minds of the saints are surrounded and oppressed with this darkness, there is always some unbelief mixed with their exercise, which prevents them from all at once emerging from it to the light of a new life.

    But in Christ these two things were wonderfully conjoined, namely, terror, proceeding from a sense of the curse of God; and patience, arising from faith, which tranquillised all the mental emotions, so that they continued in complete and willing subjection to the authority of God.

    With respect to ourselves, who are not endued with the like power, if at any time, upon beholding nothing but destruction near us, we are for a season greatly dismayed, we should endeavor by degrees to recover courage, and to elevate ourselves to the hope which quickens the dead.

    Bibliography Calvin, John. Psalms My strength is dried up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast brought me into the dust of death.

    My strength is dried up like a potsherd ] My spirits are utterly spent, my natural moisture quite wasted and dried up, Viror meus.

    For "my strength" some read my palate. And my tongue cleaveth to my jaws ] That which feedeth and facilitateth the motion of the tongue in speech is exhausted.

    Consider here the greatness of the divine displeasure poured upon Christ, our surety. Words are too weak to utter it. While alive he was a worm and no man; but now he is lower; for a living dog is better than a dead lion, saith Solomon.

    O humble Saviour, whither wilt thou descend? Oh that the same mind might be in us, that was in Christ Jesus. Bibliography Trapp, John.

    John Trapp Complete Commentary. My tongue eleaveth to my jaws, through that excessive thirst and drought.

    See John Thou hast brought me into the dust of death; partly by thy providence delivering me into the power of mine enemies, and partly by thy terrors in my mind and soul.

    Bibliography Poole, Matthew, "Commentary on Psalms ". His body had been toughened by His manner of life, but now all His strength had flowed out of Him.

    On top of the other pain, the hot sun had dried Him out, as the sweat had poured from His body, so that He was like a pot which had been fashioned in the fire and which had had all the moisture removed from it, leaving it dried and cracked, while His tongue stuck to His dried out mouth, as lingering death slowly took possession of Him.

    The One Who was the Lord of life was conscious that His body would shortly be brought to dust through death, a contradiction to His very nature. Bibliography Pett, Peter.

    Dried up like a potsherd— The humidity of my body is burned out like a piece of pottery in a furnace. The metaphor is twofold — the shrinking or drying by heat, and worthlessness, as a sherd or fragment of pottery.

    Isaiah ; Lamentations The word is always elsewhere, except once, rendered prey. Bibliography Whedon, Daniel. Bibliography Bullinger, Ethelbert William.

    Bullinger's Companion bible Notes". My strength is dried up - My vital power is like the moisture speedily dried up in a "potsherd " or earthen My strength is dried up - My vital power is like the moisture speedily dried up in a "potsherd," or earthen vessel exposed to heat.

    The drying up of the vital juices of the body caused the excessive thirst which Christ felt on the cross John My tongue cleaveth to my jaws - or 'to my palate' Hengstenberg ; the effect of the parched state of his mouth Lamentations Bibliography Ellicott, Charles John.

    Bibliography Torrey, R. My strength is dried up like a potsherd: and my tongue cleaves to the roof of my mouth : and Thou layest me in the dust of death.

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