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Topital Outlines for the Month.
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STUDIES FOR THE PULPIT.
Living Words of Great Preacheus.
PSALM lxxi. 16. “I will go in the strength of the Lord God.” This psalm is full of strong faith and rich experience. It is an armoury in which almost anyone, who is pressing God-wards, may find something to fit his need. There is here acknowledgment of God's goodness in early life, and prayer for its continuance in old age. There is the prayer of faith, and there are gushings of praise throughout the whole psalm.
We may say, however, that the text gives neither the highest nor the lowest strain : it is neither a passionate cry of prayer nor an outburst of holy gladness. I think we may call it the key-note of a Christian's common life. It is a text for every day. It is a text for every man who desires to live truly.
I. LET US TRY TO GIVE SOME EXPLANATION OF THE
“I will go in the strength of the Lord God.”
These words are the strong expressions of a personal resolve, of a fixed and full engagedness of the mind. 1. It may be said that, in a good sense, they are full of self-will.
" I will go.” The personal resolution is the salient thing here; the soul is so full of it that it leaps out into the first words, “ I will go."
We often think of self-will only as obstinacy; as a blind and immoderate adherence to opinions and actions which are not justifiable. But if these are justifiable, then the self-will becomes the very salt of the character, its inmost and noblest part. Literally, all willing must be self-willing. No man can will for another : not even can God, in one sense, will for any man.
The man himself must say, “I will."
Let a man be good—let him be in any degree like the writer of this psalm ; and then the strength of his self-will measures the greatness of his character. And no man will ever make much of life, or much of himself, by living, who has Vol. I., NOVEMBER, 1884.