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Not only is this true in respect to moral responsibility, but it is equally true in respect to moral growth. The results of sin are strictly individual. This is a great thought.2. OUR BROTHER'S (ver. Nay, more, out of the very fragments of a previous overthrow he erects a triumph. 2).III. To begin with, Paul shows that when a brother or sister in Christ gets caught by sin, other Christians should step in instead of looking away. A worldly man asks no help from another. A. Taylor, M. That every healed will owes its healing to Divine grace.V. H. H. I cannot think for you, or you for me. Robertson.)Burden-bearingW. Let the Structure of the Text Drive the Sermon. What is a slip? We cannot meditate for one another. Galatians 6:12-16. That every healed will owes its healing to Divine grace.V. These things ought not so to be. So it is with two Christians. See what determination the world manifests in pursuit of carnal things; over what sharp obstacles men mount to honour and wealth. Planted in the same soil, drawing their sustenance from the same source, they, nevertheless, extract it through individual processes of thought and life. This is a great summary of the entire book, as Paul once again refutes the legalistic idea that we can work our way into a relationship with God. The great importance of acting in the remembrance of our responsibility.2. I have striven to show you that each one must endure his own sufferings, and abide the result of his own actions, and that in this no one can share with him. Write on your banner, where, living or dying, your eyes shall behold them, these words: "He who endureth unto the end shall be saved.(W. is being drawn into harmonious action with the will of God.VI. Soul-food, like bodily food, is assimilated by each man for himself. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. This arises of necessity out of the personality. Give me the wisdom and strength I need, to give encouragement to my brothers and sisters, when they fall, but help me to do so without hypercritical judgement, and may I live the rest of my life in a manner that honours Your holy name - this I ask in Jesus name, AMEN. Scripture: Galatians 5:25-6:5 Preacher: Rev. Pain and death prove this.IV. Fruits of past conduct.II. The mutual blessedness of this interdependence.III. 2. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. We cannot meditate for one another. (2)Of poverty. In daily contact and communion, whether in floral or fruitful states intermingling, equal in girth and height, equal in the results of their growth, the spiritualized currents of the one mind cannot become the property of the other. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. The Paperback Bible presents the Bible by the Book and is designed to be portable, readable, and truly personal with ample margins for notations. )LinksGalatians 6:5 NIVGalatians 6:5 NLTGalatians 6:5 ESVGalatians 6:5 NASBGalatians 6:5 KJVGalatians 6:5 Bible AppsGalatians 6:5 ParallelGalatians 6:5 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 6:5 Chinese BibleGalatians 6:5 French BibleGalatians 6:5 German BibleGalatians 6:5 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)sorrow;(3)responsibility;(4)bodily infirmities;(5)waiting.2. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. Sermon Bible Commentary. PRACTICAL LESSONS.1. Murray. When he comes to an obstruction, he puts his shoulder bravely against it, and rolls it aside or climbs over it. Two Spirits II. And shall a Christian shrink from what a worldling bravely attempts? Planted in the same soil, drawing their sustenance from the same source, they, nevertheless, extract it through individual processes of thought and life. See what determination the world manifests in pursuit of carnal things; over what sharp obstacles men mount to honour and wealth. H. H. Murray.I. II. This is a great thought.2. John Piper Apr 23, 1995 1.7K Shares Sermon. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE.1. I have striven to show you that each one must endure his own sufferings, and abide the result of his own actions, and that in this no one can share with him. (6) Avoid deception and weariness. The man of little knowledge thinks he knows everything; wide knowledge reveals the awful vastness of the unknown, and impresses profound humility. By bearing the SECOND we relieve our brother's trouble. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE.1. PRACTICAL LESSONS.1. Think not of these. He bears it himself, and finds it to be a source of strength and power. All deep thinking people live apart from others.2. John Piper Aug 14, 1983 901 Shares Sermon. (3)Of bearing a wandering brother to Christ.III. That we have a will that can resist the almighty will of God.3. Scripture: Galatians 6:1–5. Two Spirits II. - W.F.A. You yourself feel the pain; you yourself must endure the agony. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. Aug 21, 1983. In verse 6, Paul enjoins us to...] I. Planted in the same soil, drawing their sustenance from the same source, they, nevertheless, extract it through individual processes of thought and life. The necessity of securing times for self-examination and prayer.3. Nothing overawes him nor discourages him. Nay, more, out of the very fragments of a previous overthrow he erects a triumph. Textual Sermons Power Point Show MP3 audio. They cannot exchange duties. Murray. A man who stabs himself with a bad habit, who opens the arteries of his higher life with the lancet of his passions, and drains them of the vital fluid, who inserts his head within the noose of appetite and swings himself off from the pedestal of his self-control, must endure the suffering, the weakness, and the loss which are the issue of his insane conduct. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. Be a Berean. By bearing the THIRD we relieve our own: the trouble of doubt, of sin, of controversy.IV. The sap of one, in its upward or downward flow, cannot desert its own channels and feed the fibres of the other. The necessity of securing times for self-examination and prayer. Shall we unto whom the heavens minister, faint when those to whom the gates of power are shut persevere? Covered by the same soil, moistened by the same drop, warmed by the same ray, the roots of either collect and reinforce the trunks of each, with their respective nourishment. So it is with two Christians. (3)Of bearing a wandering brother to Christ.III. (1)The burden of anxiety. Scripture Galatians 6 Sort Bible Verse. They cannot exchange hopes. 3. By bearing the SECOND we relieve our brother's trouble. David Inks Sermon Outline Introduction, I. Each one should test their own actions. He asks no one to bear his burden. Bear the burdens of one another; Test your own work. )How to bear our burdenF. Sympathy may lighten their burden, but still it is their own.3. The need of claiming our place in Christ the new and living man. OUR LORD'S (ver 17) By bearing the FIRST we relieve our Lord's trouble: if every man bore his own burden, instead of shirking it, the will of God would be done on earth as it is in heaven. These things ought not so to be. This is a great thought.2. He bears it himself, and finds it to be a source of strength and power. Covered by the same soil, moistened by the same drop, warmed by the same ray, the roots of either collect and reinforce the trunks of each, with their respective nourishment. 2), βαρη, burdens which may be shifted or borne by another.1. I … That we have a will that can resist the almighty will of God.3. BROTHERLY HELP (ver. is being drawn into harmonious action with the will of God.VI. I have striven to show you that each one must endure his own sufferings, and abide the result of his own actions, and that in this no one can share with him. When he comes to an obstruction, he puts his shoulder bravely against it, and rolls it aside or climbs over it. These things ought not so to be. In daily contact and communion, whether in floral or fruitful states intermingling, equal in girth and height, equal in the results of their growth, the spiritualized currents of the one mind cannot become the property of the other. By bearing the SECOND we relieve our brother's trouble. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. Call us at 888-634-2038. Men are ABSOLUTELY DEPENDENT. The sap of one, in its upward or downward flow, cannot desert its own channels and feed the fibres of the other. Pelagia Espiritu says: November 7, 2015 at 1:47 am. They will all testify to the perils you endured, and the heroism of your perseverance, at the Last Day. Men are INTERDEPENDENT (ver. They cannot exchange duties. The sap of one, in its upward or downward flow, cannot desert its own channels and feed the fibres of the other. The will is either hardening itself against God, or —2. (7-10) Category: Sermon Structure Tags: Galatians, Galatians 6, Letters. (3)Of bearing a wandering brother to Christ.III. Scripture Reading: Galatians 5:22-6:5. A worldly man asks no help from another. THE PRESENT LIFE CANNOT EXPLAIN ALL THIS. CrossWay Church’s sermons are engaging and relevant to your life. See what determination the world manifests in pursuit of carnal things; over what sharp obstacles men mount to honour and wealth. Sermons from Galatians Back to Sermon Archive June 28, 2020. Such cases reveal a weakness, and strike us as peculiarly unfortunate, for the men of worth would be wiser to wait for the acknowledgment which their merits by themselves will ultimately command had they but patience enough, or at the worst should be above caring overmuch for any such acknowledgment. W. Robertson.The world proposes rest by the removal of a burden. SINGLES US OUT FROM ALL THE MULTITUDE AROUND US.II. There are those that would argue that this scripture, which calls every man to bear his own burden, conflicts with an earlier verse that exhorts us to bear one another's burdens, and that it contradicts Peter's admonishment to cast all your burdens on Him, for He cares for you, OR the Psalmist's promise.. that if we cast our cares on the Lord, He will sustain us, because He will never let the righteous fall, nor allow us to be shaken. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE.1. Responsibilities of life, of parents, masters, teachers, is not a curse but a privilege, which is thrown away when we endeavour to throw it on others.2. A man who stabs himself with a bad habit, who opens the arteries of his higher life with the lancet of his passions, and drains them of the vital fluid, who inserts his head within the noose of appetite and swings himself off from the pedestal of his self-control, must endure the suffering, the weakness, and the loss which are the issue of his insane conduct. These things ought not so to be. That every healed will owes its healing to Divine grace.V. The results of sin are strictly individual. The mutual blessedness of this interdependence.III. Affliction.2. That every healed will owes its healing to Divine grace.V. 1. The need of claiming our place in Christ the new and living man. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE.1. The Redeemer gives rest by giving us the spirit and power to bear the burden.(F. A. The great importance of acting in the remembrance of our responsibility.2. We must go to Revelation: there we find —1. (1)The burden of anxiety. What is a scar? (2)To develope our excellences.II. What is a fall? Write on your banner, where, living or dying, your eyes shall behold them, these words: "He who endureth unto the end shall be saved.(W. Consciousness of guilt.(D. SINGLES US OUT FROM ALL THE MULTITUDE AROUND US.II. Responsibilities of life, of parents, masters, teachers, is not a curse but a privilege, which is thrown away when we endeavour to throw it on others.2. (3)Of bearing a wandering brother to Christ.III. (2)Of sin.(T. We cannot meditate for one another. All deep thinking people live apart from others.2. Galatians 6:5 Each of you must take responsibility for doing the creative best you can with your own life. I cannot think for you, or you for me. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption.4. In daily contact and communion, whether in floral or fruitful states intermingling, equal in girth and height, equal in the results of their growth, the spiritualized currents of the one mind cannot become the property of the other. They cannot exchange duties. I may sympathize, I may pity, I may bandage the gash, but the severed flesh, and the lacerated fibres are yours, and along your nerves nature telegraphs the pain. Covered by the same soil, moistened by the same drop, warmed by the same ray, the roots of either collect and reinforce the trunks of each, with their respective nourishment. 2). )How to bear our burdenF. Men are ABSOLUTELY DEPENDENT. Galatians 6:6-10 sermon by Dr. Bob Utley, retired professor of hermeneutics (Bible interpretation). By Matt Broadway / October 27, 2020 October 27, 2020 / Galatians, Sermon Recaps, Sermons. Galatians 6:5 Treasury of Scripture Knowing. The results of sin are strictly individual. Murray. So it is with two Christians. OUR LORD'S (ver 17) By bearing the FIRST we relieve our Lord's trouble: if every man bore his own burden, instead of shirking it, the will of God would be done on earth as it is in heaven. I have alluded to the individuality of moral responsibility. What a Disciple Looks Like. )LinksGalatians 6:5 NIVGalatians 6:5 NLTGalatians 6:5 ESVGalatians 6:5 NASBGalatians 6:5 KJVGalatians 6:5 Bible AppsGalatians 6:5 ParallelGalatians 6:5 Biblia ParalelaGalatians 6:5 Chinese BibleGalatians 6:5 French BibleGalatians 6:5 German BibleGalatians 6:5 CommentariesBible Hub. Murray. Robertson.)Burden-bearingW. (Bishop Samuel Wilberforce. All deep thinking people live apart from others.2. Each man receives according to the summation of his own account.II. Nay, more, out of the very fragments of a previous overthrow he erects a triumph. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. Write on your banner, where, living or dying, your eyes shall behold them, these words: "He who endureth unto the end shall be saved.(W. Robertson.)Burden-bearingW. By bearing the SECOND we relieve our brother's trouble. Cuyler.)I. This, then, is my first proposition, namely, that every one must bear the burden of his own sins, both as concerns this life and the next. THE PRESENT LIFE CANNOT EXPLAIN ALL THIS. He bears it himself, and finds it to be a source of strength and power. So it is with two Christians. You yourself feel the pain; you yourself must endure the agony. Responsibilities of life, of parents, masters, teachers, is not a curse but a privilege, which is thrown away when we endeavour to throw it on others. And shall a Christian shrink from what a worldling bravely attempts? They cannot exchange hopes. The sap of one, in its upward or downward flow, cannot desert its own channels and feed the fibres of the other. GEN 6:5 And God saw that the wickedness of man [was] great in the earth, and [that] every imagination of the thoughts of his heart [was] only evil continually. If you thrust a knife into your arm, it does not affect me. 1:6-7, 11-12). )How to bear our burdenF. Galatians 3:1-6 // 5 Reminders of the True Gospel. Shall we unto whom the heavens minister, faint when those to whom the gates of power are shut persevere? You yourself feel the pain; you yourself must endure the agony. The will is either hardening itself against God, or —2. The necessity of securing times for self-examination and prayer.3. (2)Of sin.(T. We must go to Revelation: there we find —1. The will is either hardening itself against God, or —2. This, then, is my first proposition, namely, that every one must bear the burden of his own sins, both as concerns this life and the next. He plays the game of life boldly, asking no odds. ORDINARY LIFE WITNESSES TO THIS TRUTH.1. Affliction.2. Each man receives according to the summation of his own account.II. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption.4. Scripture: Galatians 5:1–5. The necessity of securing times for self-examination and prayer.3. A man's infirmities, temptations, poverty, stumblings (ver. All deep thinking people live apart from others.2. We must go to Revelation: there we find —1. Spirit of Guile III. H. H. A man who stabs himself with a bad habit, who opens the arteries of his higher life with the lancet of his passions, and drains them of the vital fluid, who inserts his head within the noose of appetite and swings himself off from the pedestal of his self-control, must endure the suffering, the weakness, and the loss which are the issue of his insane conduct. Sermon Galatians 6:1–16 The Family of Christ Check out these helpful resources Biblical Commentary Sermons Children's Sermons Hymn Lists Galatians 6:1–16 The Family of Christ By Pastor Daniel W. Brettell Over the past few weeks, I've been examining the second lessons we've been reading each week. Play! A man's infirmities, temptations, poverty, stumblings (ver. An awful thought.3. You yourself feel the pain; you yourself must endure the agony. The spiritual man, may be exhorted to carry the burden of others, when they are in trouble.. but also remains responsible for the life that he lives, knowing that we will all be judged for what we have done in this life, and not for the deeds of others. The need of claiming our place in Christ the new and living man. What is a fall? Soul-food, like bodily food, is assimilated by each man for himself. In most cases, however, it is those who are least who boast the loudest. Fruits of past conduct.II. Consciousness of guilt.(D. Man is moral, therefore responsible. There is a fine line between fulfilling the Law of Christ in spirit and truth, and becoming proud of our spiritual accomplishments, when we carry the burdens of others - and each one of us should examine ourselves, to see if our gracious acts, honour the Lord - or lead to pride, and cause us to stumble. This is salutary. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption.4. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption.4. And shall a Christian shrink from what a worldling bravely attempts? THERE ARE STRONG INDUCEMENTS FOR FORMING AN UNDULY FAVOURABLE OPINION OF ONE'S SELF. Murray. SHARE WITH THOSE WHO TEACH (6) A. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE.1. They cannot exchange hopes. Sowing to the Spirit. )How to bear our burdenF. Sermon on the Mount Christian Art. Think not of these. I may sympathize, I may pity, I may bandage the gash, but the severed flesh, and the lacerated fibres are yours, and along your nerves nature telegraphs the pain. A man's infirmities, temptations, poverty, stumblings (ver. That we have a will that can resist the almighty will of God.3. You may place two trees side by side, so that their branches shall interlace, and the fragrance of their blossoms intermingle, and yet in their growth each is separate. May 29, 1983. is being drawn into harmonious action with the will of God.VI. A man who stabs himself with a bad habit, who opens the arteries of his higher life with the lancet of his passions, and drains them of the vital fluid, who inserts his head within the noose of appetite and swings himself off from the pedestal of his self-control, must endure the suffering, the weakness, and the loss which are the issue of his insane conduct. Galatians 3:1-6 // 5 Reminders of the True Gospel. The carrying of our own load gives strength to carry the burden of others. You may place two trees side by side, so that their branches shall interlace, and the fragrance of their blossoms intermingle, and yet in their growth each is separate. 2). What is a scar? The need of claiming our place in Christ the new and living man. Read verse in King James Version And what a load it is. Shall we unto whom the heavens minister, faint when those to whom the gates of power are shut persevere? L. OUR LORD'S (ver 17) By bearing the FIRST we relieve our Lord's trouble: if every man bore his own burden, instead of shirking it, the will of God would be done on earth as it is in heaven. Scripture: Galatians 6:6–10. Men are ABSOLUTELY DEPENDENT. SINGLES US OUT FROM ALL THE MULTITUDE AROUND US.II. The will is either hardening itself against God, or —2. A worldly man asks no help from another. What is a slip? (7-10) Category: Sermon Structure Tags: Galatians, Galatians 6, Letters. So it is with the soul. Think not of these. DIVINE HELP (Psalm 55:22). Cuyler.)I. Do Not Grow Weary in Well-Doing. Murray. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. (2)To develope our excellences.II. In daily contact and communion, whether in floral or fruitful states intermingling, equal in girth and height, equal in the results of their growth, the spiritualized currents of the one mind cannot become the property of the other. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. A worldly man asks no help from another. Nothing overawes him nor discourages him. From sin, Jno. (Psalm 55:22): burdens sent as a portion from God.1. Cuyler.)I. is being drawn into harmonious action with the will of God.VI. 4. I cannot think for you, or you for me. Nay, more, out of the very fragments of a previous overthrow he erects a triumph. (Bishop Samuel Wilberforce. If you thrust a knife into your arm, it does not affect me. O foolish Galatians! The question could be asked: how are we to carry our own burdens if we are to cast them all on the Lord? 2).III. The burden of personality can be borne only by the man himself. PERSONALITY AN AWFUL GIFT. An awful thought.3. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. H. H. Murray.I. This Week ... time you judge someone else, you add more weight to your own spirit. So it is with two Christians. Earlier in the chapter we read that 'burdens' refer to trials, temptations, testings and failures.. and the writer to the Hebrews exhorts the spiritual believer to restore the brother or sister in Christ, who has fallen short, and has been overtaken by faults or failings. He bears it himself, and finds it to be a source of strength and power. We must go to Revelation: there we find —1. 2).III. For each one will bear his own load. Christians have liberty (“freedom”) in Christ 5:1, 13): a. )BurdensBishop Samuel Wilberforce.I. Planted in the same soil, drawing their sustenance from the same source, they, nevertheless, extract it through individual processes of thought and life. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption. L. This is a great thought.2. I have alluded to the individuality of moral responsibility. Scripture: Galatians 5:25-6:5 Preacher: Rev. (Bishop Samuel Wilberforce. Not invariably, for we sometimes find men of high endowments painfully self-assertive, either because they know that their merits have not been duly recognized, or because their vanity has been excited by the applause of their friends. 2. He asks no one to bear his burden. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. The will is either hardening itself against God, or —2. This short verse —I. Consciousness of guilt.(D. I have striven to show you that each one must endure his own sufferings, and abide the result of his own actions, and that in this no one can share with him. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. We cannot meditate for one another. They cannot exchange duties. (1)To utilize our powers. Sermon Bible Commentary. Think not of these. Galatians 5:26-6:5 Galatians 6:6-16. Sympathy may lighten their burden, but still it is their own.3. Responsibilities of life, of parents, masters, teachers, is not a curse but a privilege, which is thrown away when we endeavour to throw it on others.2. So it is with the soul. 2), βαρη, burdens which may be shifted or borne by another.1. 2), βαρη, burdens which may be shifted or borne by another. DIVINE HELP (Psalm 55:22). I have alluded to the individuality of moral responsibility. This is a great summary of the entire book, as Paul once again refutes the legalistic idea that we can work our way into a relationship with God. Responsibilities of life, of parents, masters, teachers, is not a curse but a privilege, which is thrown away when we endeavour to throw it on others.2. Sympathy may lighten their burden, but still it is their own.3. Covered by the same soil, moistened by the same drop, warmed by the same ray, the roots of either collect and reinforce the trunks of each, with their respective nourishment. Think not of these. Either by sympathy or substitution. The great importance of acting in the remembrance of our responsibility.2. I cannot think for you, or you for me. THE PRESENT LIFE CANNOT EXPLAIN ALL THIS. 9. It is with the soul as with the body, with the spirit as with the flesh. Covered by the same soil, moistened by the same drop, warmed by the same ray, the roots of either collect and reinforce the trunks of each, with their respective nourishment. I have striven to show you that each one must endure his own sufferings, and abide the result of his own actions, and that in this no one can share with him. This Week ... time you judge someone else, you add more weight to your own spirit. This short verse —I. PRACTICAL LESSONS.1. That the whole volume is a history of the conflict of the human will with the Divine, and of God's endeavour to win the human will by redemption.4. Call us at 888-634-2038. The mutual blessedness of this interdependence.III. 2). We must go to Revelation: there we find —1. Galatians 6 Commentary; SERMON CENTRAL - over 400 sermons but of variable quality. Scripture Galatians 5 Sort Bible Verse. Not only is this true in respect to moral responsibility, but it is equally true in respect to moral growth. Shall we unto whom the heavens minister, faint when those to whom the gates of power are shut persevere? Soul-food, like bodily food, is assimilated by each man for himself. More; Remember, Jesus was crucified for you . The results of sin are strictly individual. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. In morals there is no copartnership, no pro rata division of profit and loss. Men are INTERDEPENDENT (ver. That we have a will that can resist the almighty will of God.3. (1)The burden of anxiety. Cuyler.)I. Dr. Myron Houghton. Affliction.2. Scripture Galatians 6 Sort Bible Verse. Then we are inclined to take imagination and desire for direct perception, i.e. H. H. Murray.I. Each tree grows by a law of its own growth, and the law of its own effort. You may place two trees side by side, so that their branches shall interlace, and the fragrance of their blossoms intermingle, and yet in their growth each is separate. The mutual blessedness of this interdependence. Man is INDEPENDENT, φορτίον, one's own proper burden, a packman's bag, a soldier's kit. Each man receives according to the summation of his own account.II. -- Galatians 6:7b Even as cancer continues to ravage her body, Nancy Meider's personal relationship with Jesus as saving Lord enables a joy to radiate from her soul, … PRACTICAL LESSONS.1. L. Nothing overawes him nor discourages him. Each is to live for ever — his own life and not another's: carrying forward with him through eternity its accumulating elements of happiness or woe. Each man receives according to the summation of his own account.II. Galatians 6 Commentary; SERMONS BY VERSE - OLDER. By sharing in the good things taught in the Word - cf. March 11, 2007 . 2), βαρη, burdens which may be shifted or borne by another.1. You yourself feel the pain; you yourself must endure the agony. This is a great thought.2. For every person will carry his own burden. In daily contact and communion, whether in floral or fruitful states intermingling, equal in girth and height, equal in the results of their growth, the spiritualized currents of the one mind cannot become the property of the other. BROTHERLY HELP (ver. 2. Shall we unto whom the heavens minister, faint when those to whom the gates of power are shut persevere? If you thrust a knife into your arm, it does not affect me. OUR LORD'S (ver 17) By bearing the FIRST we relieve our Lord's trouble: if every man bore his own burden, instead of shirking it, the will of God would be done on earth as it is in heaven. (1) because it will put us in a false position, incline us to make wrong claims, and to attempt the unattainable, and so result in disastrous failure; (2) because it precludes the endeavour to improve ourselves; (3) because it destroys the Christ-like grace of humility; (4) because it provokes the ridicule, scorn, or even enmity of others. V. HENCE THE UNSPEAKABLE WORTH OF EVERY LIFE. 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