"Commentary on Romans 8:13". Secondly, from a connection of the cause with the effect. Thus we speak of mortified pride, which has been simply disappointed of its passing object; whereas to mortify is to be in a process of death, though joined to something living--as a diseased limb may be mortified, while the other parts of the body are healthy; and it is only by the process of the healthy part of the body casting off from itself the mortified flesh, that the whole system can escape dissolution. The necessity of holiness, therefore, is absolute. Greek. Jump to: Bible Study Tools • Parallel Bible Verse • Bible Contextual Overview • Bible Verse Review • Bible Cross-References • Gill's Bible Notes • Clarke's Bible Notes • … There must be a combat before a victory, and a victory before a triumph. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? If ye live after the flesh, ye shall die; viz. The deeds of the body are the works which corrupt nature produces. The wicked Christian professor is nigh unto the curse; whose end is, to be burned. So at the general resurrection, when the body itself is redeemed from death, the sons of God shall be publicly owned by him in the great assembly of men and angels. The second is the grounds or reasons which do make for the performance of it, which may be reduced to these heads. The reading for Holy Trinity (Romans 8:12-17) requires one to back up to an earlier … Continue reading "Commentary on Romans 8:12-17" 1. Thirdly, this mortification, it does imply a weakening of the power and vigour of sin in us. Such persons are dead, whilst they live, and shall die a second or an eternal death, if grace prevent not. It is frequently used thus by Greek authors, as also πράγματα. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ges/romans-8.html. Romans 8:1 tells us we are free from the guilt of sin. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". 1832. The more perfect our mortification, the clearer our assurance of glory. (Preb. But are we nothing more? See Romans 7:4. deeds = practices. In this way the regenerate man himself would go on to death. In the verses before us three points are touched on regarding the gospel as God's power to sanctify. 126. Fourthly, it implies universality, that is, a resisting of all kind of sin, without exception. Whither does this principle, whose impelling power takes the place of the flesh, lead us? Compare Romans 4:24; 1 Thessalonians 3:4; James 2:12. For the two attributes son and heir of God, which are about to be developed, the one in Romans 8:14-16, the other in Romans 8:17, exhaust the notion of life. But as He had just been speaking of the adultery of the eye, as distinguished from, yet identified in guilt with the actual sin, and there called it “the adultery of the heart,” His meaning is, that we should begin the cure of sin at the seat of the disease, the corrupt heart--that we should destroy the fruits of sin by plucking up the lust at its roots. Ye shall die, are about to die. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". Ye shall die— ΄ελλετε αποθνησκειν, ye shall die hereafter; namely, the second death at the last day. Here eternal life is promised to all who, through the Spirit, mortify the deeds of the body. And here it may be specially urged against this view, that the dying and living are assigned purely to the region of the future. Ver. The law in relation to our neighbor is there said to be simply that we do no “ill” to him. (c) Mortification is a voluntary, rational work of the soul; restraints are not so. This leads the apostle into a new line of thought, opening into his final subject-the "glory" awaiting the justified believer. For what the law could not do in that it was weak through the flesh: The law can do many things. Some have objected to the doctrine of progressive sanctification, and have conceived that to assert it is a great error. Broadman Press 1932,33. Ye shall live; a holy and blessed life-a life that shall outlive death, and be perfected in a world of life, light, and joy, where, as long as Christ lives, all who have his Spirit shall live with him, and be like him. 1. What is here required can be accomplished only by the aid of the Holy Spirit. Click the Bible for the all new StudyLight.org!! The deeds of the body - The corrupt inclinations and passions; called deeds of the body, because they are supposed to have their origin in the fleshly appetites. BibliographyWhedon, Daniel. See on Romans 7:15; see on John 3:21. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/vnt/romans-8.html. The path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.. Venture not to breathe in corrupt air, for fear of infection. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". ‘Ye shall die, unless ye put to death the deeds of the body;' see Colossians 3:5. The deeds of the body - The corrupt inclinations and passions; called deeds of the body, because they are supposed to have their origin in the fleshly appetites. "Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible". Surely, as the Prince of Orange said to his soldiers at the battle of Newport when they had the sea on the one side and the Spaniards on the other; If, saith he, you will live, you must either eat up these Spaniards, or drink up this sea; so must men either eat up their fleshly lusts, or drink of the burning lake: Fire and brimstone shall be else the portion of their cup, Psalms 11:6. It may be further inquired, whether such an one may be so left to live after the flesh, as to die and perish eternally; Christ expressly says, such shall not die that live and believe in him; grace, which is implanted in their souls, is an incorruptible and never dying seed; grace and glory are inseparably connected together; but then such persons may die with respect to their frames, their comforts and the lively exercise of grace, which seems to be here intended; as appears from the next clause. BibliographyBengel, Johann Albrecht. 4. 1871-8. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". Whence the importance of prayer (Matthew 17:21). Acts 19:18. Raya Mehimna in Zohar in Exod. All Rightes Reserved, Larry Pierce, Winterbourne, Ontario.A printed copy of this work can be ordered from: The Baptist Standard Bearer, 1 Iron Oaks Dr, Paris, AR, 72855. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". This arises from that strength and settlement which sin hath in the heart. He began preaching at Damascus, but on account of persecution went into Arabia. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/gsb/romans-8.html. We shall often reflect upon that death, which would be the consequence of our living after the flesh, Romans 8:13.; and never conceive of ourselves upon any occasion as persons who, in consequence of something that has already passed, have found out a way to break the connection here established, and in the nature of things essentially established, between a carnal mind and death. Secondly, it does imply difficulty and trouble in the performance of it. Romans 8:13. Zeitschr. We do this through the Spirit. But to mortify the flesh, is impossible to man: it can be effected only by the mighty working of that power, which raised Christ himself from the dead [Note: Ephesians 1:19-20 and 1 Peter 1:22. with the text. Either your sins must die, or you must. III. It is not enough to forbear the actings of sin, but we must kill and crucify it. 1879-90. The killing of sin. do mortify = are putting to death. Raise us above sin. In which observe, 1. And those, let me say, who, without giving way to those grosset vices, let their minds be swallowed up with vanity, always longing to be seen and looked at, and wondering what folks will say of them, they too give way to the flesh, and lower themselves to the likeness of animals. We cannot do this by our own strength. Nor can there be a doubt but that this will be the fruit and consequence of a carnal life. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/dcc/romans-8.html. Finding the new version too difficult to understand? Our life of grace is an evidence and an earnest of the life of glory: Grace is glory in the bud, and glory is grace in the fruit. Wherever sin remains in the power of it, it remains also in the guilt of it. For ought we to wish to receive the remission of sin, and to continue to walk in guile? III. And let no one tell you, “We shall do a great many wrong things before we die. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tbi/romans-8.html. 1. Dangerous enemies must be handled with a quick severity. If they are suffered to live, you will die. This closes the argument of the apostle for the superiority of the gospel to the Law in promoting the purity of man. Romans 8:13. There is therefore now, at this time. Though the main battle be routed, yet the wings of an army may get the victory. (13) If ye through the Spirit . Jesus Christ came by water and blood; not by water only, but by water and blood, signifying by the blood the expiation of the guilt of our sins by His death, and by water the virtue of His Spirit for our sanctification in washing our souls from the pollution of sin. Commentary on Romans 8:32-39 (Read Romans 8:32-39) All things whatever, in heaven and earth, are not so great a display of God's free love, as the gift of his coequal Son to be the atonement on the cross for the sin of man; and all the rest follows upon union with him, and interest in him. Paul would suppress those of which it is the independent author, and wherein, consequently, it withdraws from the dominion of the Spirit. This we should endeavour to mortify in its outward actings, and in its inmost motions. "The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible". By whom the deeds of the body are to be mortified? The believer is principium activum, but the Spirit is principium effectivum. The second is the object of this duty, or the matter which it is conversant about. 2. To mortify sin is to put it to death, as the magistrates put a felon to death by due course of justice; he is suspected, apprehended, tried, and executed. For, etc. Secondly, from the proper means of the killing of sin in us, which, as we showed before, is the application of Christ’s death unto us. A declaration of open hostility. BibliographyGodet, Frédéric Louis. Created nature does not more abhor natural death, the death of the body, than corrupted nature does abhor this mystical death. 2. Matthew 10:28) the judgment. All rights reserved. (Romans 6:21). 9. (a) Mortification is always from an inward principle, restraints from an outward. Any other use including, but not limited to, copying, posting or reposting on the Internet is prohibited. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". "ye must die"-i.e. But if rather than sin, and imperil the whole body, the right eye is to be plucked out, then we learn that the tenderest affections and the most necessary comforts that would impair the beauty of holiness are all to be sacrificed. (2) The sanctification of believers, as it has its whole foundation in the atoning death, so it has its living spring in the indwelling of the Spirit of Christ (Romans 8:2-4). They live to God; and in this, their gradual sanctification, consists their meetness for heaven, where sin shall be all done away. Romans 8:13 for if ye live after the flesh, ye must die; but if by the Spirit ye put to death the deeds of the body, ye shall live. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. Charles Simeon's Horae Homileticae. Ye must die (μελλετε αποτνησκειν mellete apothnēskein). For if you live according to the flesh, you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the misdeeds of the body, you will live. By this train of reasoning, he has shown that the gospel has accomplished what the Law could not do - the sanctification of the soul, the destruction of the corrupt passions of our nature, and the recovery of man to God. He who spends his life in cunning plots and mean tricks, gives way to the “brute” in him, just as much as the fox or ferret. Jesus, full of the spirit of Sonship, put back easily all the suggestions of the tempter. (Horat.) 8:14 - [ In Context | Read Chapter | Discuss this Verse ] [ … Paul is talking to Christians. (5) While the consciousness of spiritual life in our renewed souls is a glorious assurance of resurrection-life in the body also-in virtue of the same quickening Spirit whose inhabitation we already enjoy (Romans 8:11) - yet whatever professions of spiritual life men may make, it remains eternally true that "if we live after the flesh we shall die," and only "if we through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, we shall live" (compare with Romans 8:13; Galatians 6:7-8; Ephesians 5:6; Philippians 3:18-19; 1 John 3:7-8). or with the whole of Romans 8:25; (3.) σῶμα is not used here for σάρξ (Reiche and others); Paul has not become inconsistent with his own use of language (Stirm in Tüb. Griffith. And this death of sin is to be effected by the life of God in the soul. 5. b. Hence. Secondly, sin is also insatiable, and the more that men give way unto it the more it prevails still upon them. To live after the flesh is death; to live after the Spirit is life. 1896. To quicken and provoke us so much the more hereunto, let us take in these considerations with us. 2. Our apostle here adds a farther reason why a Christian should not live after the flesh; before, an arguement was drawn a debito, now a damno: He told us in the former verse we owed nothing to the flesh, here he acquaints us what losers we shall be by living to the flesh, If ye live after the flesh, ye shall die; which words are a dreadful commination, and severe threatening. πνεύματι] i.e. ‘Not are about to live; this life being no natural consequence of a course of mortifying the deeds of the body, but the gift of God through Christ; and coming, therefore, in the form of an assurance, “ye shall live,” from Christ’s Apostle’ (Alford). Ye shall live, that is, enjoy the life of which the Spirit is the author; including therefore holiness, happiness, and eternal glory. Hence this is a proof of Romans 8:12. Sin it is an odious business in many respects, and hath sundry inconveniences with it. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/scn/romans-8.html. Surely not: for such a sentence is only a repetition of what the person has before passed upon himself: he has practically said to God, “Depart from me; I desire not the knowledge of thy ways [Note: Job 21:14-15. “Ye are on the point of dying.” Eternal death. We may be restrained from sin by the influence of education, as Joash [Note: 2 Chronicles 24:2. “Oh wretched man that I am, who shall deliver me from the body of this death?” We can understand too the parable of Plato, who says, that the soul of man is like a chariot, guided by a man’s will, but drawn by two horses--the one horse white, beautiful and noble, well-broken and winged, always trying to rise and fly upward with the chariot toward heaven; but the other black, evil, and unmanageable, always trying to rush downward, and drag the chariot and the driver into hell. spiritually. But he graciously offers us the assistance of his Spirit; so that none need despair: none need to decline the work of mortification for want of strength to accomplish it; seeing that “the grace of Christ is sufficient for us,” and through the aids of his Spirit we can do all things [Note: Galatians 5:16 and Philippians 4:13. The acts of which the body is the simple instrument are not its own. But, oh sinner, what will be the end of thy present pursuits? (b) Mortification proceeds from an anger with, and a hatred of, sin, whereas restraints are from a fear of the consequents of sin; as a man may love the wine, which is as yet too hot for his lips. And this will appear if we consider--. To death also; to the death of the flesh, and thereby to life: ye shall live. “Perhaps the most wonderful part of the book of Romans for me is in Romans chapter 8, where it summarizes how you change from the inside out—how you change deeply.” Spend five days walking through this majestic passage of Scripture with Timothy Keller and discover the perspective that transforms everything. Deeds performed by the body, being the deeds which the body, as the organ of sin, performs. We wish to do a right thing, and at the very same time long to do a wrong one, as if we were a better and a worse man struggling for the mastery. 1. Die—The fulness of death that arises from carnality. Do mortify - Do put to death; do destroy. Thirdly, from the covenant of grace which God hath made with all believers, which is to bestow His Spirit upon them to this purpose, as Ezekiel 36:27. The promise of life by the Gospel is not made to the work, but to the worker; and to the worker, not for or on account of his work, but according to his work, for the sake of Christs work. II. We have brought this rebel into our souls, and God would have us make as it were some recompence by endeavouring to cast it out. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hmc/romans-8.html. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use our convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, John Etheridge Translation of the Peshitta, James Murdock Translation of the Peshitta, For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die, but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live, For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die -, Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible, Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. Jump to: Bible Study Tools • Parallel Bible Verse • Bible Contextual Overview • Bible Verse Review • Bible Cross-References • Gill's Bible Notes • Clarke's Bible Notes • … They who have already put on Christ as their sanctifier, are still exhorted to put Him on, ch. 2. Bless God for whatsoever mortifying grace we have received. BibliographyVincent, Marvin R. DD. As it consists principally in making self our idol, we must watch against it, and labour to bring it into subjection, that God in all things may be glorified by us. 1599-1645. This may be illustrated by the injunction--“If thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out”; not that Jesus would have us literally maim the body which He created perfect. 8:13 For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds … BibliographyDunagan, Mark. There are two agents--the one active, the Holy Spirit; the other passive, the believer himself. In like manner, under the law, there were not only sacrifices of animals whose blood was shed, but various washings, to teach us that these two benefits are inseparable in the Gospel. Conversely believers who follow God"s will with the enablement of the Holy Spirit and put the deeds of the body (i.e, the flesh; cf. First, it does imply an active and spontaneous opposition of sin of our own accord. The same Spirit that is active in quickening of us and in infusing of grace into us; the same Spirit is also active in mortifying of us and in killing of sin in us. The threatening itself, Ye shall die. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hal/romans-8.html. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/jtc/romans-8.html. Paul is talking to Christians. 6. The deeds of the body is then a metonymical expression for sinful deeds in general; a part being put for the whole. Renewal 1960. If you lived thus, you would not fulfil the glorious destiny announced in Romans 8:10-11. None can overcome the strong man, but some one that is stronger than he indeed is. Romans 8:2 tells us we are free from the power of sin. It is very unsuitable for sin’s drudges to have a saint’s portion. In which observe, 1. At first thought, the readings for the Festival of Pentecost and the Festival of the Holy Trinity in Year B seem to have been inadvertently reversed. Habitual practices. 1765. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". BibliographyBeza, Theodore. "E.W. "Commentary on Romans 8:13". No man can be so comfortably assured that his sin is pardoned that does not find his sin mortified. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/mpc/romans-8.html. In fellowship with holy men, how hateful sin appears! Romans 7:10; Romans 7:24, Romans 8:6; Romans 8:10. A life of mortification and self-denial shall terminate in everlasting happiness—, To mortify our corrupt nature ought to be the continual aim of our lives—, [The “deeds of the body” are of the same import with “the flesh” in the preceding clause. 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