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Graffiti Park at Castle Hills. He shapes our "circumstances" as a helpful discipline to the soul, and only as we learn to rise above "circumstances," and walk with God in them, are we "running the race that is set before us. The racer must be as lightly clad as possible if he is to run swiftly: A bag of gold would be as great a handicap to a runner as a bag of lead!

Expositor's Commentary - "The Christian runner must rid himself even of innocent things which might retard his pressing on to maturity. John Piper applies this teaching about encumbrances writing that "the race of the Christian life is not fought well or run well by asking, "what's wrong with this or that? Not ; Is it a sin? Does it help me run! Is it in the way? What's wrong with it? Does it help me RUN the race!? Does it help me RUN - for Jesus? Note the ways you subtly make provision for these hindrances Romans In addition, note the people that weaken you.

Note the times that are wasted, thrown away. When you have made all these notations, pray your way through to a resolve and a pattern of dismantling these encumbrances, and resisting these sins, and breaking old, old habits.

And don't rise up against the Bible at this point and say, "I can't change. Rely on the Holy Spirit for His help. Follow a game plan: Put your faith into action. Every believer must be left to decide what is his own special weight. We may not judge for one another. What is a weight to one is not so to all. But the Holy Spirit, if he be consulted and asked to reveal the hindrance to the earnestness and speed of the soul's progress in divine things, will not fail to indicate it swiftly and infallibly.

And this is the excellence of the Holy Spirit's teaching: If you have a general undefined feeling of discouragement, it is probably the work of the great enemy of souls; but if you are aware of some one hindrance and encumbrance which stays your speed, it is almost certainly the work of the divine Spirit, who is leading you to relinquish something which is slackening your progress in the spiritual life… There would be little difficulty in maintaining an intense and ardent spirit if we were more faithful in dealing with the habits and indulgences which cling around us and impede our steps.

Thousands of Christians are like water-logged vessels. They cannot sink; but they are so saturated with inconsistencies and worldliness and permitted evil that they can only be towed with difficulty into the celestial port. Is there anything in your life which dissipates your energy from holy things, which disinclines you to the practice of prayer and Bible study, which rises before you in your best moments, and produces in you a general sense of uneasiness and disturbance?

It is likely enough a weight. Is there anything within the circle of your consciousness concerning which you have to argue with yourself, or which you do not care to investigate, treating it as a bankrupt treats his books into which he has no desire to enter, or as a votary of pleasure treats the first symptoms of decaying vitality which he seeks to conceal from himself?

We so often allow in ourselves things which we would be the first to condemn in others. We frequently find ourselves engaged in discovering ingenious reasons why a certain course which would be wrong in others is justifiable in ourselves. All such things may be considered as weights. It may be a friendship which is too engrossing; a habit which is sapping away our energy as the taproot the fruit bearing powers of a tree; a pursuit, an amusement, a pastime, a system of reading, a method of spending time, too fascinating and too absorbing, and therefore harmful to the soul-which is tempted to walk when it should run, and to loiter when it should haste.

But, you ask, Is it not a sign of weakness, and will it not tend to weakness, always to be relinquishing these and similar things? Surely, you cry, the life will become impoverished and barren when it is stripped in this way of its precious things. It is impossible to renounce anything at the bidding of the inner life without adding immensely to its strength; for it grows by surrender, and waxes strong by sacrifice.

And for every unworthy object which is forsaken there follows an immediate enrichment of the spirit, which is the sufficient and unvarying compensation. The athlete gladly foregoes much that other men value, and which is pleasant to himself, because his mind is intent on the prize; and he considers that he will be amply repaid for all the hardships of training if he be permitted to bear it away, though it be a belt he will never wear, or a cup he will never use.

How much more gladly should we be prepared to relinquish all that hinders our attainment, not of the uncertain bauble of the athlete, but the certain reward, the incorruptible crown, the smile and "well-done" of our Lord! There is an old Dutch picture of a little child dropping a cherished toy from its hands; and, at first sight, its action seems unintelligible, until, at the corner of the picture, the eye is attracted to a white dove winging its flight toward the emptied outstretched hands.

Similarly we are prepared to forego a good deal when once we catch sight of the spiritual acquisitions which beckon to us. And this is the true way to reach consecration and surrender. Do not ever dwell on the giving-up side, but on the receiving side. Keep in mind the meaning of the old Hebrew word for consecration, to fill the hand.

There will not be much trouble in getting men to empty their hands of wood, hay, and stubble if they see that there is a chance of filling them with the treasures which gleam from the faces or lives of others, or which call to them from the page of Scripture. The world pities us, because it sees only what we give up; but it would hold its sympathy if it could also see how much we receive "good measure, pressed down, and running over given into our bosoms.

Way into the Holiest: Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews Bolding added. Richard Baxter , the great Puritan theologian, writes that "It is a most lamentable thing to see how most people spend their time and their energy for trifles, while God is cast aside. He who is all seems to them as nothing, and that which is nothing seems to them as good as all. It is lamentable indeed, knowing that God has set mankind in such a race where heaven or hell is their certain end, that they should sit down and loiter, or run after the childish toys of the world, forgetting the prize they should run for.

Were it but possible for one of us to see this business as the all-seeing God does, and see what most men and women in the world are interested in and what they are doing every day, it would be the saddest sight imaginable. Oh, how we should marvel at their madness and lament their self-delusion! If God had never told them what they were sent into the world to do, or what was before them in another world, then there would have been some excuse.

But it is His sealed word, and they profess to believe it. Illustration of laying aside the good in order to attain to the best: Ward Kimball, one of the animators for Snow White, recalls working days on a 4. Disney thought it was funny, but he decided the scene stopped the flow of the picture, so out it went.

When the film of our lives is shown, will it be as great as it might be? At one critical point, it appeared that his troops might be defeated. The soldiers had taken so much plunder from their previous campaigns that they had become weighted down and were losing their effectiveness in combat.

Alexander immediately commanded that all the spoils be thrown into a heap and burned. The men complained bitterly but soon came to see the wisdom of the order. Wilson and Jim Sandell. While this sounds a bit extreme to me, it does remind me that one dedicated to win a race will remove any encumbrance. Side by the side, the Vice Fund has lost 42 percent of its value over the past year, while the Ave Marie Fund has lost 33 percent of net value.

Charles Norton, manager of the Vice Fund says stocks have been dumped overboard this year, and one of first stocks to be abandoned was casinos. Jim Bashan , manager of the Ave Maria Growth fund says not only has the fund beaten the average this past year, but it done well since it started six years ago. Most people think the culprit must be a cell phone New research says while cell phone are a concern, more drivers are distracted by things like playing with the radio, eating, or combing their hair behind the wheel.

The study is the first to use in-car video cameras to record driving habits. A research group funded by the American Automobile Association found 70 percent of motorists were distracted at some point by conditions inside or outside the automobile.

Highway safety figures show that 25 percent of all traffic crashes are caused by distractions. Almost all of the drivers studied manipulated the music or audio controls, 71 percent ate or drank, and about half groomed themselves. About 40 percent of the drivers read or wrote behind the wheel, but most of the reading and writing, and a third of the grooming occurred while the vehicle was stopped. Pervious research found that cell phones, children, rubbernecking, and adjusting the radio or CD player created distractions that contribute to accidents.

Surveys for the national Highway Traffic Safety Administration last year found that few drivers considered those activities potentially dangerous. Illustration by Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell Any distraction that averts our attention from our mission will have catastrophic results. Go the Distance p. David Holwick - Our lives are filled with clutter.

The danger of being overwhelmed. Have you ever been "splashed"? I'm not talking about having water splashed on you in or near a swimming area. The smaller defensive backs and huge defensive linemen engaged in a good-natured but weighty battle of intimidation. Following an exchange of verbal assaults, the big guys would try to circle and isolate one of the defensive backs or as they called them, the "Brat Pack. But if they were captured, they paid a huge price.

Defensive back David Tate, who weighed pounds, was once splashed. He was dropped to the ground and the pound William "Refrigerator" Perry collapsed on top of him. Once you've gotten 'splashed,' you avoid it at all costs --even if it means backing down. Splashing is a great picture of the overloaded lives most of us are experiencing.

It's not surprising the March 6, , issue of Newsweek had a cover story entitled, "Exhausted. Richard Swenson has written a book about it. He says the spontaneous tendency of our culture is to unceasingly add detail to our lives: We must now deal with more 'things per person' than at any other time in history. Yet we can comfortably handle only so many details in our lives. Exceeding this threshold will result in disorganization or frustration.

Overloading occurs whenever the requirements upon us exceed that which we are able to bear. For example, camels are able to carry great loads. If, however, a mere straw is placed on a camel maximally loaded down, its back will be broken. The back is not broken by the proverbial straw, it's broken by overload.

But we need more than drugs to solve the over-commitment problem. We need to make some big changes in our lives. Not the kind of baggage you stow in the overhead compartment or squash under the seat in front of you.

Not even the kind you check in at the airline desk. This was the kind of baggage that weighs your heart down and that, if carried around, leaves you emotionally and spiritually exhausted. An unexpected attack from a trusted friend had left me deeply upset and really confused about how to respond.

Read the Entire Devotional. Sin hamartia originally had the idea of missing a mark as when hunting with a bow and arrow. It then began to mean missing or falling short of any goal, standard, or purpose. Ridout well says here: What is the harm or the sin in my doing this or that thing; engaging in this business, or indulging in that pleasure?

The question is answered just here. Is the thing a weight, or is it a wing? Is it that which speeds you on your course or does it hold you back? Duties are never weights. But the moment a thing gets a place in my heart and mind which is not in God's mind for me, it becomes a weight, no matter what it is. Newell - Now as to the sin which doth so easily beset us--some make this the flesh, which is with the believer, although he is not "in the flesh" but "in the Spirit," Who gives him the victory.

Others regard the sin which so easily besets as unbelief, that terrible temptation which these Hebrew believers were ever beset with, of letting go heavenly things for an earthly worship. Spurgeon - Even when the weights are laid aside, there is a garment about us that will assuredly twist about our feet and throw us down. Sin, as well as care, must be laid aside. It easily besets us, and therefore we must be more careful to be rid of it.

Our original sin, our natural tendencies, our constitutional infirmities—these must be laid aside as garments unsuitable for men who are running the heavenly race.

Heaven is for the holy: Darling sins must go first: Every kind of sin must be watched against, struggled against, and mastered. We hope to see all our tendencies to sin killed and buried—buried so deep that not even a bone of a sin shall be left above ground. This will be heaven to us. Surrounding or attacking from all sides. There are a dozen possible renderings of euperistatos.

The Latin Vulgate is translated " the sin standing around us " "circumstans nos peccatum" and this appears to be the idea in this verse. Thus one could render it "the easily encompassing or surrounding sin.

Wuest - Not only are the readers to lay aside every general encumbrance which would slacken their speed in the Christian race, but also any particular, specific one.

The sin may be any evil propensity. Here the context suggests the sin of unbelief which was the thing keeping the unsaved recipients of this letter from putting their faith in Messiah as High Priest. Newell - " Easily " is a Greek word often translated plausibly, and meaning literally, "well-standing, around. One well says, "Let us never forget that; nor think for a moment that we can get in a position in which sin will not be natural to the flesh, or where we do not need to be on our guard.

Sin is as natural to the flesh as it is for an animal to breathe. And the moment the eye is taken off Christ, you have the certainty of the sin besetting you.

Vincent comments that euperistatos refers to "Hence, of a sin which readily or easily encircles and entangles the Christian runner, like a long, loose robe clinging to his limbs. Beset is a good rendering, meaning to surround. In earlier English especially of surrounding crowns, etc. The sin of unbelief naturally suggests itself here. So here he describes the sin that stands well, or is favorably situated, ever surrounding the person and soliciting his or her acquiescence.

Sin forms a crippling hindrance to good running. The sin wraps itself around us so that we trip and stumble every time we try to read the Word, pray or otherwise move on for the Lord.

This picture of surrounding sin reminds one of the ring of wild beasts in the jungle that encircle the camp-fire at night each ready to pounce upon a careless victim. What is the easily besetting, encompassing or surrounding sin?

Although there is not complete agreement, most agree that he is referring to the sin of unbelief, especially in light of the context of the emphasis on "by faith" in Hebrews This interpretation would also fit well with the overall exhortation of the author to not drift but to press on to genuine faith, faith that holds fast until the end of the race.

Steven Cole adds that we must lay aside every sin that so easily entangles us explaining that "In biblical times people wore long robes. You must either pull it up and tuck it in your belt or cast it totally aside. In the case of sin, you must totally get rid of it if you want to run the Christian race.

Sin always begins in the mind, and so we must judge all sin at the thought level. Pride, lust, envy, greed, anger, grumbling, selfishness-all of these things originate in our thought life. If you cut it off there, it goes no farther. If you entertain these things, they incubate and develop into sinful words and actions Jas 1: As an aside Puritan writer Thomas Watson has some interesting points regarding the nature of a " besetting sin" see similar notes by Watson.

Take heed of your besetting sin , that which your nature and constitution most incline to. As in the hive there is a master bee—so in the heart there is a master sin. There is some sin that is a special favorite, the darling sin which lies in the bosom—and this bewitches and draws away the heart.

O beware of this! The Pharisees' darling sin was vainglory, all they did was to feed the sin of pride. When they gave alms they sounded a trumpet, that they might admired by others. If a stranger had asked why this trumpet sounded? The answer was, the Pharisees are going to give alms to the poor.

Their lamp of charity was filled with the oil of vainglory. All their works they did to be seen by men. Pride was their bosom sin. Oftentimes covetousness is the darling sin; all other sins are committed to maintain this. Why do men equivocate, oppress, defraud, take bribes—but to uphold covetousness?

Herod could not endure to have his incest spoken against; if John the Baptist meddles with that sin, it shall cost him his head. There are some sins which a man can better put off and repulse; but there is one sin which he cannot deny—but is overcome by it: The young man in the gospel had a besetting sin which he could not resist, and that was the love of the world; his silver was dearer to him than his Savior.

It is a sad thing a man should be so bewitched by a lust—that he will part with the kingdom of heaven to gratify it! To plead for sin, is to be the devil's attorney. If the sin is covetousness, and we vindicate it; if it is rash anger, and we justify it, saying as Jonah 4: When Joseph's brethren were distressed, their sin in selling their brother came to remembrance.

So, when a man is upon his sick-bed, conscience says, "Do not you remember how you have lived in such a sin, though you have been often warned—yet you would not leave it? Jacob could of all his sons, most hardly part with Benjamin.

So says the sinner, "this and that sin have I parted with; but must Benjamin go? Must I part with this delightful sin? That pierces my heart! Oh, if sin is such a deadly evil, dare not to indulge any bosom sin, which is the most dangerous of all; and, like a cancer striking to the heart, which is mortal.

One darling sin lived in, sets open a gap for Satan to enter. Lords Prayer or listen to the pithy, practical Mp3 by Watson on the phrase "Deliver us from evil". An immoral person cannot run the race of holiness; a proud man cannot run the race of humility; a self-willed man cannot run the race of obedience. Oh, Christian, unburden your soul of sin! Throw off this weight—if you intend to lay hold on the crown! There is usually one sin that is the favorite—the sin which the heart is most fond of.

A beloved sin lies in a man's bosom as the disciple whom Jesus loved, leaned on his bosom John A godly man will not indulge a darling sin: A godly man fights this king sin. The oracle of Apollo answered the people of Cyrrha that if they would live in peace among themselves, they must make continual war with those strangers who were on their borders. If we would have peace in our souls, we must maintain a war against our favorite sin and never leave off until it is subdued.

The Godly Mans Picture. It was spring, and ice was rushing down the river. As I viewed the large blocks of ice flowing toward the falls, I could see that there were dead fish embedded in the ice. Gulls by the score were riding down the river feeding on the fish. As they came to the brink of the falls, their wings would go out, and they would escape from the falls.

It was engrossed in the fish, and when it finally came to the brink of the falls, out went its powerful wings. The bird flapped and flapped and even lifted the ice out of the water, and I thought it would escape.

But it had delayed too long so that its claws had frozen into the ice. The weight of the ice was too great, and the gull plunged into the abyss. Now think of this story in terms of the Christian life. When we become overly enthralled with the things of this world, they can bring us down and cause our spiritual death.

The finest attractions of this world become deadly when we become overly attached to them. If we cannot give up the things of this world and focus on Christ, we cannot be used by Him. Our eyes must be upward on Christ rather than downward on this world. The New Orleans Cotton Exposition wanted to make an even bigger splash than the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia a few years before. And New Orleans did come up with something never seen before.

All the ladies oohed and ahhed over an exotic water flower with an orchid-like bloom that came from Venezuela. Even the name sounded good--the water hyacinth.

Thousands of lady visitors sneaked little slips of the plant into their handbags and took them home, praying they would take root in some spot of their own damp Louisiana yards. The prayers were answered. Before many years, it became evident that the water hyacinth was not only going to survive--it might even take over every water channel in the South! Soon rivers and canals were solid water hyacinths from bank to bank.

A little too late, horticulturists found that each plant produces a thousand little water hyacinths every 2 months! Because pieces break off and float down the river, they can even transplant themselves with no help at all. What a profound parallel to the way sin comes into our lives. A simple phone call. A drink at a party. Growing resentment over a tiny slight. A callused attitude toward people with less opportunities than you or I have. Such small, insignificant things. But watch out when they take root.

The human heart is fertile soil for everything that is twisted, distorted, evil. Every student of human behavior knows it is true. Spurgeon - In those games, those who ran and wrestled wore very little clothing, or often nothing at all. Most conservative commentaries would be in general agreement with John MacArthur's interpretation of the sin - " Obviously all sin is a hindrance to Christian living, and the reference here may be to sin in general. But use of the definite article the sin seems to indicate a particular sin.

And if there is one particular sin that hinders the race of faith it is unbelief , doubting God. Doubting and living in faith contradict each other.

It wraps itself around us so that we trip and stumble every time we try to move for the Lord, if we try at all. It easily entangles us. When we allow sin in our lives, especially unbelief, it is quite easy for Satan to keep us from running. Moody Press Bolding added. John Angell James - Like a ball and chain around his ankle! John Angell James, "Christian Progress" Besetting sins are powerful hindrances to Christian progress.

In the case of most people, there is some one sin to which, either from their situation, taste, constitution, or other circumstances—they are more powerfully tempted than to others. Satan knows very well what in every case this is, and skillfully adapts his temptations to it.

He is an expert angler, and never chooses his bait, or throws his line, at random! Independently, however, of him, the very tendency of the heart is in that direction. That one sin, whatever it is, while indulged, will hold you back! You cannot make progress in holiness, until it is mortified. Even its partial indulgence, though it may be considerably weakened, will hinder you!

Study then your situation, circumstances, and constitution. You cannot be ignorant which temptation and sin, you are most liable to succumb to. You must know in what way you have most frequently wounded your conscience, and occasioned to yourself shame and sorrow. Examine your own heart!

You must find out this matter, and it requires no great pains in order to know it. It floats upon the surface of the heart, and does not lie hidden in its depths. There, there, is your danger! As long as that one sin, be it what it may, is indulged, you cannot advance in the Christian life! Other sins are like unnecessary clothing to the racer. Besetting sins are like a ball and chain around his ankle! Direct your attention more fixedly, and your aim more constantly, to the destruction of besetting sins.

You know what they are, whether … lusts of the flesh, or lusts of the mind, or bad tempers toward man, or sinful dispositions toward God, or violations of piety. Let us be distinguished by a great mortification of besetting sins, which, more than anything else … distress us, disgrace us, and hindered us in our progress heavenward. No sins require … such severe mortification, such incessant labor, such earnest prayer, such strong faith for their destruction as besetting sins.

But all this is necessary, for if they are not destroyed, they will probably destroy us. Stedman writes that "Since the writer does not specify what this is, it may be taken for granted that it is the sin continually warned about in Hebrews --persistent unbelief Do not take God's Word lightly.

Do not excuse any sin as all right for you, but forbidden to others. Do not feel you can evade God's discipline or judgment. A man reaps what he sows". Unbelief often looks trivial to us, but Moses was kept out of the Promised Land because he treated God's word lightly on one occasion Deut David apparently felt that his twin sins of adultery and murder could be overlooked because he was king, but God felt otherwise and sent Nathan the prophet to expose his wickedness and to announce his punishment.

In one sense every sin we commit has at its root the sin of unbelief. And most believers have one sin that tends to trip them up more often than others.

This may not be the writer's primary meaning but it is certainly a reasonable application that we each earnestly seek to lay aside that one sin that so often and so easily entangles us.

Along this same line W G Pascoe writes that"the sin that so easily besets us is that to which we are most liable. Very often, indeed mostly, it is that sin to which we were most given before our conversion: With different constitutions, and with different ages, there are different easily besetting sins. With youth it is often passion — evil desire. With age it is often fretfulness — peevishness. With the rich it is often pride and grasping of power; with the poor it is often repinings against providence.

With the healthy it is often forgetfulness of God, and of their latter end; with the sick it is often rebellion against Him who lays on the rod. To run the race of life in Christ, This must become your daily goal: Confess your sins, trust God for strength, Use discipline and self-control. Those who wait on the Lord Run without the weight of sin. See studies on the significance of the phrase in Christ and in Christ Jesus and in Christ.

F B Meyer in Way into the Holiest, agrees that the primary sin referred to in this verse is unbelief. He explains it this way:. We often refer to these words "the sin" ; but do we not misquote them in divorcing them from their context? We should read them as part of the great argument running through the previous chapter. That argument has been devoted to the theme of faith.

And surely it is most natural to hold that the sin which so closely clings to us is nothing else than the sin of unbelief, which is the opposite pole to the faith so highly eulogized. If that be a correct exegesis, it sheds new light on unbelief. It is no longer an infirmity, it is a sin. Men sometimes carry about their doubts, as beggars a deformed or sickly child, to excite the sympathy of the benevolent. But surely there is a kind of unbelief which should not meet with sympathy, but rebuke.

It is sin which needs to be repented of as sin, to be resisted as sin, and to receive as sin the cleansing of Christ. Unbelief may, as in the case of Thomas, spring from intellectual and constitutional difficulties. But these will not lead the soul to vaunt itself as surpassing others in insight; or to relinquish the society of others with happier constitutions; or, above all, to forego the habit of secret prayer.

It will rather induce a temper of mind the very opposite of that self-confident, arrogant spirit which prevails so much in the unbelievers of our time. But much unbelief springs from moral causes. The soul gets wrong with God, and says that it is not sure whether there is a God. The windows are allowed to be covered with grime, and then it doubts whether the sun is shining. The faculties of the inner life are clogged with neglect, and refuse to do their appointed office in revealing the spiritual and the unseen.

We should be wiser if we dealt with much of the unbelief of our time as a disease of the spiritual life, rather than of the intellectual. Its source is largely moral. Do not set agnostics to study evidences; but show them that their temper of heart is the true cause of their darkness and unbelief. God has given each of us powers of discerning his truth, which will certainly perceive and love it; and where the reverse is the case, it is often due to some moral obliquity, to some beam in the eye, to some secret indulgence, which is destructive of all spiritual perception.

Put away known sin. Read the Bible, even though you doubt its inspiration. Live up to all the light you have.

And unbelief will drop away as the old leaves from the evergreens in spring. Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews. Spurgeon once wrote these words on the danger of a besetting sin - "There was but one crack in the lantern, and the wind has found it out and blown out the candle. How great a mischief one unguarded point of character may cause us!

Petersburg Times once carried a news item about a hungry thief who grabbed some sausages in a meat market, only to find they were part of a string fifteen feet long. Tripping over them, he was hindered in his getaway and the police found him collapsed in a tangle of fresh sausages. So it is with sin: Illustrations for Biblical Preaching. How shall we know what our beloved sin is? There are some sins which a man can better resist.

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