(Vincent p. 92). How could I ever be so impatient and disquieted! The sufferings of the saints are but for a time, but their glory is eternal; nor is there any comparison to be made between them by way of merit, for there is no manner of proportion between the one and the other, nor can the one have any causal influence upon the other. By glory Paul meant the glory that we will experience at our glorification ( Romans 8:17). 18 For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. If the face of Moses shone, when, amidst the terrors of the law, he talked with God, what shall their condition be who shall behold Him, not on the mountain that might be touched, and that burned with fire, but in the heaven of heavens; not amidst thunderings and lightnings, but amidst the express testimonies of His favor and blessing They shall appear in the sanctuary of the Lord, and discern plainly the mysteries of the wisdom of God. One of the circumstances frequently attendant on the sufferings of this life is solitude. And finally, in an universal freedom from whatsoever might cause any annoyance. The subjects of the suffering and of the glory. While man was a stranger to sin, he was also a stranger to suffering. The second is the future discovery, or manifestation, which is here expressed. That man is prosperous who can sing in a cell, while that man is not prosperous who weeps on a throne. Certainly, if present suffering could purchase future glory, it would be a great bargain. New Revised Standard Version Bible, copyright Â© 1989 the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 2. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". ), Present sufferings contrasted with future glory. In fact, the Apostle does not institute a comparison between them (for they will not admit of any comparison); but he says that the sufferings are “not worthy [Note: ἄξια. The passage extending from this verse to Romans 8:27 is described by Lipsius as a “threefold testimony to the future transfiguration which awaits suffering believers”. For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory. It was not so from the beginning, neither was there necessity that it should be so, “not willingly” (verse 20). 1835. Prosperity is to be considered in relation to the end. 19 For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the sons of God. 4. All rights reserved. 18 I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us. οὐκ ἄξια κ.τ.λ. Two useful cross-references are 2 Corinthians 11:23-28 and 2 Corinthians 4:17. 1 â¦ II. A certain litotes, however, lies (not indeed in the singular, but) in the use of λογίζομαι itself, which really contains an οἶδα and a πέπεισμαι. First, from the nature of it; and secondly, from the order of it; and thirdly, from the degree of it. Is there not enough in this view of our text to inspire the Christian with zeal and devotion, and to send the sinner weeping to the Cross? "The Adam Clarke Commentary". Reading through the New Testament, a little every day. What is a drop of vinegar put into an ocean of wine? I do not see success as yet, but I know that it is coming. Those that will be saved hereafter, they must be sanctified now. BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. The New Testament authors are completely consistent on this point. Without some resemblance of nature, comparison cannot be instituted at all. 1. 1896. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ice/romans-8.html. The glory which issues from sufferings. Observe, 2. Romans, The Epistle to the. The mere mention of the two cannot but suggest that the former is unworthy of comparison with the latter. What is the glory to be revealed. The nature and property of the saints future glory: 'Tis hidden, 'tis a glory that shall be revealed. It has a disparagement of transitoriness upon it. The apostle, fired with the thought of the future glory of the saints, pours forth the splendid passage which follows, (Romans 8:19-23), in which he represents the whole creation groaning under its present degradation, and looking and longing for the revelation of this glory, as the end and consummation of its existence. Sense is too strong for reason without faith; and faith cannot do its office without the Spirit. Little souls, superficial minds, reckon it as wisdom to argue away the mass of sufferings, or at least to belittle them, to conceal the dark shadows with rosy veils, and to place opposite a longer account of pleasures. Church Pulpit Commentary. The globe of the earth is, as mathematicians compute, 21,000 miles in compass, and above: yet compared to the greatness of the starry sky, it is but as a centre or little prick to the circle, to which it beareth no proportion; much less do our afflictions to heaven’s happiness. Let us look round upon modern society, and we shall find that its most prosperous and happiest members are those who wisely and joyously keep God's commandments. As a most urgent reason, why we should take care that in all our sorrows we suffer as Christians. See Stallbaum in loc. (F. Now St. Paul he had this also, he was used hereunto, and he had done it often again and again. 18Â I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory about to be revealed to us. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". And so it is a metaphor either taken from logic or from arithmetic. Now every “suffering” here, of body or of mind, has reference to, and affects that reflection of “glory.” We Christians are passing through the processes which are essential to our final condition; the school-time, which is preparatory to maturity, or, the furnace, melting the material, making it capable of receiving the impression of its influence. And yet the solemn silence of Scripture concerning heaven is now and then all but broken. When that glory "shall be revealed in us," then the sons of God will be revealed also. Do we not pass people every day who are suffering more for the sake of principle than ever martyr did? Used by permission of Broadman Press (Southern Baptist Sunday School Board). II. BibliographySchaff, Philip. 8:18 The sufferings of this present time. p. 22. μέλλουσαν ἀποκαλυφθῆναι. part, but emphasising the certainty of the event, ἀποκ. With it we look up and onward in spirit of our text. Health, for example, is the ordinary state of our being; sickness is an interruption of that state; hence we dwell on a few days or even hours of pain, while we let years of ease and vigour pass unnoticed. p. 206). In the light of eternity we should view the cost of suffering with Jesus Christ now as insignificant in view of the glory that lies ahead for us (cf. Observe, 3. Bernard amplifies this—de Convers. Comp. Being unable to render the two relations into French by a single preposition, we have preferred to express the second, which is the most comprehensive. But the truth is found in the plaints which are known by all, and which Job expressed (Job 7:1-3). It is a saying as ancient as the oldest book in the Bible that “man is born to trouble.” And Christians, while they are exposed to various afflictions “common to man,” have trials, often pungent and severe, peculiar to themselves. Not in all that profess Christianity. Ah, wretched condition of the wicked! https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ebc/romans-8.html. For—In illustration of the glorification just mentioned. ), Suffering and glory to be revealed in the good, First, of the subject or antecedent: “The sufferings of this present time.” By sufferings here we are to understand the sufferings of the servants of God more especially. First, the state of this world it is expressed by the time or season, ὁ χωρίς. What is to be compared with the salvation of the soul? The use of these declarations is clearly this--to reconcile good men to present sorrow. It does not suggest a more or less dubious result of calculation; rather by litotes does it express the strongest assurance. Secondly, he had experience. Not worthy, Î¿Ï ÌÎº Î±ÌÌÎ¾Î¹Î±, not of light weight. He does not only say it is rest, as He does in another place (2 Thessalonians 1:7). See Ro 8:36 2Co 11:23-28. Such is the consolation which the Apostle here presents to the children of God. “I judge after calculation made” (Godet). The previous paragraph showed that being joined with Christ means we will suffer. BibliographyAlford, Henry. II. Ferguson. The apostle's judgment or determination about this matter: I reckon, I have cast up the matter, as if the apostle had said, and have had my share of sufferings; but I make light of them, they are not worth speaking of, compared with the glory I shall receive as the reward of my sufferings. Our vessels will then be wonderfully enlarged, and rendered capable of containing a large measure of felicity and glory. They are utterly consumed with terrors. Plat. The joy experienced by the saved in eternity far outweighs the temporary pain faced by God's people. Romans 8:18. λογίζομαι] I reckon, as in Romans 3:28; 2 Corinthians 11:5; Philippians 3:13. Call not that man happy and prosperous who with the increase of wealth has the increase of care and sorrow. 4. But having said that, both Jesus and the New Testament writers make clear that we must not be taken by surprise by persecution, for it is a part of the battle for the salvation of God’s elect. I. ], [To those who look no farther than to the present life, “the ways of God appear unequal:” since the godly are oppressed, and the wicked triumph. To conclude. So Beza, after the Vulgate; but it should be 'unto,' 'toward,' or 'for us' (as Luther, Calvin, Bengel, and most good critics). I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us . The greatest of these is love" (1 Corinthians 13:13). Once admitted to that bright world, we shall look back on “the sufferings of this present time,” as on the faint recollection of a vision of the night: they will only serve to enhance our beatitude, to swell our song of praise! The apostle in the text does not describe heaven; but he tells us that something wonderful might be told. Romans 8:18. This paraphrase gives the correct sense; ‘not worthy’ is more literal, but objectionable as suggesting the idea of merit, which is foreign to the course of thought. Christians often dwell upon their own sufferings, while they overlook the sufferings of their Lord, to whom they must be conformed. The apostle observeth this method here and elsewhere (2 Corinthians 4:17-18). Iâm a radical believer in Godâs radical grace. They mourn in Zion, sorrow for sins, their own or those of others: they “deny themselves,” and “take up their cross,” “crucify the flesh,” are “reproached for the name of Christ,” and, in various ways, are made partakers of Christ’s sufferings. Romans 8:18 Shuar New Testament Maa, Yamßi ti Wßitiakrisha ukunmanka nayaimpiniam ti shiir pujakur nu Wßitsamu kajinmatkittiaji. This glory is to be revealed; it is therefore already; and indeed it exists not only in the plan of God decreeing it to us, but also in the person of Christ glorified, with whose appearing it will be visibly displayed. 3. Alford paraphrases: ‘I myself am one who have embraced this course, being convinced that.’. ], The glory which shall be revealed in us , [ eis (Greek #1519) heemas (Greek #2248)]. (Matthew 5:12 "..for your reward in heaven is great"; 1 Peter 1:4; 2 Corinthians 4:17 "glory far beyond all comparison"). The Apostle’s estimate was formed as the result of a minute and accurate computation [Note: λογίζομαι. Is life worth living?âQuestion much asked by present-day philosophers. Plato, Gorg. I don't have any doubt that Paul was correct when he said that "love" was the most important of these three, but "hope" â¦ 2. Sweet home of refreshment and delight is the strong tower of perfect peace. It is because our sufferings are thus interrupted that they become the more conspicuous. For a man may “profess to know God, and by works deny Him.”, 3. Mark. 1. If the rays of the sun illuminate the darkness on which they shine, what will be that light which the Sun of Righteousness will produce in the children of Him who is the Father of Lights! ‘The glory which is to be revealed towards us.’ Something of that glory is brought home to us in Revelation 21:22-23; Revelation 22:5 where, because of the outshining of the glory of Father and Son, then openly revealed to His people in ‘the New Jerusalem’, no further light will be needed in the City of God. Romans 3:28. The insignificance of present suffering compared with future glory was a fixed idea with the Apostle, 2 Corinthians 4:17 f. For οὐκ ἄξια … πρὸς see Winer, 505 (d). Sufferings— Mentioned as being with Christ in Romans 8:17. "Living By Faith: Commentary on Romans". And this it goes before that, Look as it was with Christ Himself, even so it is also with the members of Christ. The glory is yet future--it is not yet felt--whilst the suffering is felt. If we allow our feelings to predominate we shall allow our experience of pain to prevail over the revelations of faith. Citing â¦ So also they contrast present good with future evil, Ecclesiastes 11:9 and present evil with future good, Hebrews 10:34. Nor should it be forgotten, that in our present being we can no more bear the excess of joy than that of grief. "The New John Gill Exposition of the Entire Bible". For who hopes[b] for what is seen? And it is not hard to guess why. He does not escape through faith the common lot. John Trapp Complete Commentary. 24Â For in[a] hope we were saved. II. Christ keeps pleasure in the background, and talks of pain. AN expectation of ultimate advantage is that, which gives activity to men in every situation of life. In the singular we are not to discover a turn given to the argument, as if the apostle found it necessary to justify himself on account of the condition εἴπερ συμπάσχ. Strutt. When Saul had the kingdom, some despised him, but he held his peace, though a man afterwards froward enough. --so again, the beholding of the face of the Son of Man. This had been partially noticed before Romans 5:3-5, but its full power to support the soul in the prospect of a glorious immortality had not been fully discussed. This glory, which for the present is hid, it shall hereafter be revealed both to the children of God and other men. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". It seems solemnly determined by our Master that His Church shall walk by faith, not by sight (2 Corinthians 12:4). The exact point of the comparison as it stood in the apostle’s mind. It is altogether foreign to the context. (3) By our vital union with his death and life we rise to walk in a new life, with a new spirit, and hence, not under the power of the flesh. It is a reckoning, not a full realisation. The magnanimity of Paul prevents him from dragging his afflictions into comparison with the glory of God. 1870. Ah, that illness; that disappointment; that loss: I see now wherefore it was sent: all was mercy. This topic seems here to have been suggested by what is said of adoption. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/shh/romans-8.html. II. If the two things were really opposed, then some comparison might be made; but this is not the case. God's riches for those in Christ far exceed the weight of suffering and agony. It is already in being, so far forth as it is prepared for us, as the Scripture assures us. 3 ... New Testament. The comparison, though it be rightly weighed, wilt have no efficacy unless we have faith, or a deep sense of the world to come. Are the ends on which the student is bent achieved by laying his head on a soft pillow and dreaming of them? The sufferings of the present are great. We might compare, e.g., our own sufferings--. We should compare the good they lose or the evil they sustain, with the good and evil that are beyond the grave: or we should contrast the good to be enjoyed in a life of sin, with the evil which sin will hereafter bring upon us; or the evil to be sustained in this life, with the good with which it shall hereafter be compensated. BibliographyExell, Joseph S. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". Sermon Romans 8:18-39 Just Hoping By Richard Niell Donovan In his first letter to the Corinthians, Paul writes: "But now faith, hope, and love remainâthese three. They are nothing in duration. The glory which issues from sufferings, I. "Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers". Not in all that are outwardly unblameable. Well, but here is that which may satisfy them: that there is the greater comfort behind, that waits upon them. And every Christian has his own especial sufferings. This is why our minds must be set on things above (Colossians 3:1-3), in order that we might not be discouraged by what happens to us on earth as we await the glory that is to be revealed to us. The allusion is either to logicians, who having settled the premises draw the conclusion; or to arithmeticians, who, having cast up the account, give the sum total. Romans 8 is the eighth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.It was authored by Paul the Apostle, while he was in Corinth in the mid+50s CE, with the help of an amanuensis (secretary), Tertius, who added his own greeting in Romans 16:22. Faith showeth us a truth, but consideration is the means to improve it (Luke 14:28-30). ]; and therefore the accuracy of it is past a doubt. So infinitely does the glory exceed all the sufferings that we can endure in this life, that if we add hyperbole to hyperbole, and strain all the powers of language and of thought, to express the difference [Note: See 2 Corinthians 4:17. in the Greek. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cal/romans-8.html. ἐπί, Romans 1:18; ἐν, Galatians 1:16 : εἰς implies the shedding of the glory upon us from an external source: for the thought cf. See Romans 7:5. this present time. This was the reckoning of one who could not mistake--for the text is not merely the opinion of the apostle, but as the declaration of God Himself, for the eternal comfort of His Church. Observe here, 1. The world keeps pain in the background, and talks of pleasure. ], we never can do justice to the subject, or declare a thousandth part of that which really exists. 1. BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. in compensation for the other. If they extended through the whole period of life, and that period were protracted to antediluvian longevity, still they would be lost in less than a moment, in comparison with eternal glories: weighed against that “exceeding weight,” these light afflictions would appear as the almost invisible motes of the sunbeam. Though they take not altogether an unsuitable view who understand this as a kind of modification; yet I prefer to regard it in the light of an encouragement, for the purpose of anticipating an objection, according to this import, — “It ought not indeed to be grievous to us, if we must pass through various afflictions into celestial glory, since these, when compared with the greatness of that glory, are of the least moment.” He has mentioned future for eternal glory, intimating that the afflictions of the world are such as pass away quickly. Ask the man on the eve to “depart, and be with Christ,” what he thinks of the affairs of this present life? Now, further, secondly, we are to consider wherein this disparity and eminency and transcendency does mainly consist, which we may take notice of according to these following explications of it. First, for the matter of it, it is glory. His sufferings, Corinthians 4:9; 2 Corinthians 11:23, appear not to have been inferior to those that exercised the patience of Job, while his being caught up into the third heaven was peculiar to himself. But besides all this, they have many trials peculiar to themselves. In whom this glory will be revealed; or who have a right to expect it? 2. The problem solved.—St. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". II. How it appears that the sufferings are not to be compared to the glory. What trouble there is to get wealth, and when gotten what trouble for fear we lose the hoarded treasure! I do not see the picture yet, when I look upon the palette with its blotches and stains and lumps of colour. (T. Manton, D.D. These are, on the one hand, the miseries arising from bodily infirmities and the necessities of life; on the other, those caused by the enmity of man and the sins of believers themselves. BibliographyCoffman, James Burton. First, to show you that it is so. Every cloud will be dispelled from the mind, every imperfection of its powers removed. DD. Copyright StatementThese files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library Website. 2. ad Cleric. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use our convenient, Haldane's Exposition on the Epistle to the Romans, 1 Corinthians 15:20; 1Co_15:43; 1Co_15:49; 1Co_15:51, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, For I reckon, that the sufferings of this present time, are not worthy to be compared with the glory that shall be revealed in us, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us, Robertson's Word Pictures in the New Testament, Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary, II. BibliographyNicol, W. Robertson, M.A., L.L.D. On the sentiment, see 2 Corinthians 4:17) with regard to us (not merely ἡμῖν, as spectators, but εἰς ἡμᾶς, as the subjects of the revelation; the E. V. is not far wrong, ‘in us,’ taking the εἰς in a pregnant sense as ἦν κηρύσσων εἰς τὰς συν., Luke 4:44 [but it must not be understood as meaning within us, in our hearts]). ; Polyb. But we cannot very well compare the sun to a tree or to a reptile, because of the dissimilarity of nature. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/ges/romans-8.html. One day in heaven will repay all the sufferings of earth. Learn hence, That the glory which God has prepared for his suffering saints and children, is an hidden glory; it is hidden from the eye of the world, and lies altogether out of their sight and view; and it is in a great measure hidden from the saints themselves; it is now the object of their faith, but ere long it shall be the object of their sight. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". The Coming of Christ is always thus conceived of as a visible manifestation of glory in those who take part in it. So I do not see the cathedral as yet, when I go into the confused quarry-yard and see there the half-wrought stones, the clumsy blocks that are by and by to be decorated capitals. The unusual order emphasises the futurity, εἰς ἡμᾶς = toward and upon us. [There is a glory that shall be revealed to us, and a glory that shall be revealed in us: both of these are included in the words before us [Note: εἰς ἡμᾶς. Moses refused to be called the son of Pharaohs daughter, choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season. First, in weight; secondly, in number; and thirdly, in duration. Sonship does not exempt from sufferings--sometimes it even causes them--as when we are called to suffer on account of religion, especially in times of persecution. We often ask, âWhy me?â when â¦ ", Commentary Critical and Explanatory - Unabridged, Kretzmann's Popular Commentary of the Bible, Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures. Greek. If sharp, they shall yet be short; though great, they cannot be long; for their afflictions cannot last longer than their lives; the one shall end when the other ends. "Commentary on Romans 8:18". 2 For the law of the spirit of life in Christ Jesus has freed you from the law of sin and death. For I reckon , [ logizomai (Greek #3049)] - as in Romans 3:28, expressive not of doubt (as Jowett), but of reflection-q.d., 'For when I speak of our present sufferings and our future glory, I consider that there is no comparison between them:'. With the bitter sufferings which our Lord endured, and think of the double honour which is given us on behalf of Christ, not only to believe on Him but to suffer for His sake. Temporal good for eternal evil (Hebrews 11:25). "with the glory which shall be revealed to us-ward"-such future glory is "certain" for the faithful. 6. They are nothing in degree. 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