The Rev. 1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, To the saints who are in Ephesus, and faithful in Christ Jesus: 2 Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. That in turn rests on insensitivity to God and His ways (cf. Righteousness and holiness mark our new life rather than sensuality, impurity, and greed ( Ephesians 4:18-19). Romans 1:24-28). God’s anger, on the contrary, is absolutely holy. Ephesians 4:26-27 considers the sin of anger. It is good in a fever to have a tender and smooth tongue; but it is better that it be in anger; for if it be rough and distempered, there it is an ill sign, but here it is an ill cause. Should circumstances call for anger on your part, let it be as Christ's (Mark 3:5), without sin. Do not stay angry. In Romans 12,1Corinthians12Paul spoke of gifts given to people (cf. [Note: Richard L. Strauss, "Like Christ: An Exposition of Ephesians 4:13," Bibliotheca Sacra143:571 (July-September1986):264.]. 26 “In your anger do not sin” []: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 27 and do not give the devil a foothold. (This interpretation saw Moses as God"s representative.) iv. Though the sun be sinking in the west, let not the passion linger in the bosom, but let his last rays find you always peaceful and calm.”. He felt he could not sleep with bitterness subsisting between them. The Greek article translated "the" occurs only before "pastor." ᾿οργίζεσθε καὶ μὴ ἁμαρτάνετε—“Be ye angry and sin not.” This language is the same as the Septuagint translation of Psalms 4:4. They keep bringing it up and that brings more trouble and you have another fight. If God hates sin, His people should hate it too. People have been calling on the name of the Lord since the beginning. Let not the sun go down - Do not cherish anger. This was agreeable to the practice of the Pythagoreans, who used always, if the members of their sect had any difference with each other, to give tokens of reconciliation before the sun went down. (Dr. We have to make sure that our anger is free from injured pride, spite, malice, animosity and the spirit of revenge. Ephesians 1:22). "Every Christian might well pray that God would teach him how to forget." 80. Evangelists preached the gospel both at home and abroad ( Acts 21:8; Acts 8:6-40; 2 Timothy 4:5). ", Ephesians, the gifts are people who have such enablements. This verse may seem to contradict Ephesians 4:26. Nothing is so exhausting to physical health or mental faculty as a protracted indulgence of ill-humour. Lose not one day. If there be a fierce flash of the eye, a loud and forcible utterance, and an unfitting violence of words, very likely the sin not problem has not been well worked out. IV. ", [Note: T. David Gordon, ""Equipping" Ministry in, "God is not trying to produce successful Christian business people who can impress the world with their money and influence. ), To be angry about trifles is mean and childish; to rage and be furious is brutish; and to maintain perpetual wrath is akin to the practice and temper of devils; but to prevent and suppress rising resentment is wise and glorious, is manly and Divine. We should not let the sun go down on our wrath, because it is of little importance what the world says of you or does to you when you have the affluent God of the sunset as your provider and defender. Each believer contributes to body growth as he or she exercises his or her particular gifts (abilities) in the service of Christ. The one Spirit is the Holy Spirit who indwells the church as a whole and every individual believer in the church ( Ephesians 2:22; 1 Corinthians 12:13). “Anger can lead you into sin, if it is not controlled!” [Paul quotes, “Do not let your anger turn into a grudge and make you hostile!”, John Gill's Exposition of the Whole Bible, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible, Robertson's Word Pictures in the New Testament, Greek Testament Critical Exegetical Commentary, Expository Notes with Practical Observations on the New Testament, Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament, Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible, Alexander MacLaren's Expositions of Holy Scripture, Justin Edwards' Family Bible New Testament, John Eadie's Commentary on Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians and Philippians, Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament, George Haydock's Catholic Bible Commentary, Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible - Unabridged, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Mitchell's Commentary on Selected New Testament Books, Stanley Derickson - Notes on Selected Books. This extravagant and almost ridiculous situation of the prophet, chiding and disappointed in God for being too loving and patient, is designed by the writer to bring vividly before the Jewish people the absurdity of their limitation of God’s love to themselves alone. Braden, Christian World Pulpit, vol. And after the meeting was over, a dear man said to me, "How can God forget our sins? 3:5; Ин. How foolish is the bee that loses her life and her sting together. Another possibility is that it refers metaphorically to the believer"s baptism into Christ"s death. . [Note: Stott, p175.]. And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us and given Himself for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet-smelling aroma. The words used by him ( ᾿Οργίζεσθε καὶ υὴ ἁμαρτάνετε) occur in the Greek translation, though the word ὀργίζεσθε, which is translated, be ye angry, is considered by some to mean tremble. 26. But we may steal time. “Be ye angry”: Psalms 4:4 “Permissive imperative, not a command to be angry” (Robertson p. 540). Blomfield, Sermons in Town and Country, p. 147. A desire of the vindication of the right and honour of the party injured. In short this is anger that is generated because of something external that has happened. "Lying may be an accepted weapon in the warfare waged by the worldly, but it has no place in the life of the Christian. The new self (or man) is the person the Christian is after he or she experiences regeneration. It differs from in denoting not the disposition of anger or anger as a lasting mood, but provocation, exasperation, sudden, violent anger. Moreover it is a life based on the truth rather than on ignorance ( Ephesians 4:18). But when you and I get to glory, there'll never be the trace of any sin. Each one has three parts: a negative command, a positive command, and the reason for the positive command. (k) If it so happens that you are angry, yet do not sin, that is, bridle your anger, and do not wickedly do that which you have wickedly conceived. The apostle began by stressing the importance of walking (or living) in unity. We need to seek forgiveness when we wrong our mate and to communicate understanding to that person. Can you believe that? Anger is not wholly forbidden, as Olshausen imagines it is. Be ye angry, and sin not — So the Septuagint, Psalm 4:4. ], "That which grieves the Holy Spirit is sin." Gesenius, § 127, 2; Nordheimer, § 1008. c. Assuredly, I say to you, you will by no means get out of there till you have paid … First it is a passive meaning that the anger is coming as a result of outside forces. I. Let not the sun go down. v. 23. has an expression or two like to this; "let not the indignation of anyone abide upon thee; and let not a night sleep with thee, and anger be against any one:'. And then he goes on to say, "Let not the sun go down upon your wrath." Vincent's Word Studies. The temper just displayed is not a fit preparation for this solemn service.” The king saw that he had done wrong, and made a suitable apology to the bishop. It prompts at once to self-protection; and when that is done its proper office ceases. ‘Jonah is so sullenly disappointed that he considers life not worth living. rather than to the earth (genitive of apposition) [Note: John Eadie, Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians, pp293-95; Abbott, pp115-16; A. T. Lincoln, Ephesians, pp242-48; W. Hall Harris III, "The Ascent and Descent of Christ in Ephesians 4:9-10," Bibliotheca Sacra151:602 (April-June1994):198-214; Robertson, 4:536; Martin, p1310.] The apostle began by reminding his readers how not to walk, namely, as they used to walk before their conversion to Christianity. 1 Timothy 3:2; Titus 1:9; 1 Peter 5:1-3). Colossians 3:9-10). What is the sort of anger here allowed or enjoined? The Greek article translated "the" occurs only before "pastor." However baptism falls in the second triad of elements that relate to Christ rather than to the first that relate to the Spirit in this verse. Paul did not mention other benefits of work here such as providing for one"s own needs and doing something useful. Lusts are deceitful because they promise real joy but fail to deliver it. 26 “In your anger do not sin” []: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 27 and do not give the devil a foothold. Reader, do you keep it? What then is the emotion which is here by implication commended? Patience is endurance even under affliction. See on John 3:36. Be ye angry and sin not - It has been remarked that the direction here is conformable to the usage of the Pythagoreans, who were bound, when there were any differences among them, to furnish some token of reconciliation before the sun set. She puts another to a little pain, but how dearly does she pay for it. Leontius Patritius was one day extremely and unreasonably angry with John, Patriarch of Alexandria: at evening, the patriarch sent a servant to him with this message; "Sir, the sun is set;" upon which Patritius reflecting, and the grace of God making the impression deep, he threw away his anger, and became wholly subject to the counsel of the patriarch. With respect to others, we ought to be angry, not at their persons, but at their faults; nor ought we to be excited to anger by private offenses, but by zeal for the glory of the Lord. He waked as from a dream, and replied, soberly, “I am mad!” It was a new word for a mild, true-hearted Christian; but he waited, and with a deep, earnest voice went on. Indignation at dishonour to God and wrong to man, as "lying" (Ephesians 4:25), is justifiable anger. We ought not to let the sun go down on our wrath, because we will sleep better if we are at peace with everybody. Ephesians 4:30 - Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption. 3. They might be angry; they must be angry. (Rous’s Arch. When the excitement and the sun have gone down, you will have time to revise and settle if there be not some mistake; and your decisions in view of the fact that you desire to commit yourself into the hands of God in slumber, will be passionless and pure in the sight of God. Paul"s emphasis was on body growth more than on individual growth in this passage. This renewing is an ongoing process in the life of the Christian (i.e, progressive sanctification). So he turns from exposition to exhortation, from what God has done (in the indicative), to what we must be and do (in the imperative), from doctrine to duty, ... from mind-stretching theology to its down-to-earth, concrete implications in everyday living. Criswell Theological Review3 (1989):352-72.] There is a place, again, and room for anger, not only in the contemplation of wrong, but in the personal experience of temptation.—There is an indignation, there is even a resentment, there is even a rage and fury, which may be employed, without offence to the Gospel, in repelling such an assault. has, νὺξ ἐπεγένετο τῷ ἔργῳ) your irritation (i.e. "When God forgives He forgets, William the Conqueror commanded that cover-few (curfew) bell. Ephesians 4:26 "Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath:" “Be ye angry … and sin not” (quoted from Psalm 4:4). Sin not; by being in anger without or beyond just cause; or by indulging it too long, in a wrong spirit, or for a wrong end. II. [Note: Stott, pp155-56. This was a practice even amongst the heathen; before the sun went down, they would shake hands and embrace one another; to the shame of Christians, who gave place to the devil, according to the known proverb, Contubernalem habet diabolum, qui lectum petit iratus. ". “In your anger do not sin”: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, 26 Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger, 27 and give no opportunity to the devil. And although I've been cleansed, I remember them. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath — Reprove your brother, and be reconciled immediately. Man having been created susceptible of anger, to enable him to repel with courage the evil which encompasses, or to surmount with activity the calamity which threatens him, it is evident that whoever unnecessarily provokes him is to a certain degree culpable. When Matthew, for example, related Hosea 11:1 ("Out of Egypt have I called My son") to the flight of the holy family, he did not thereby deny that Hosea 11:1 refers to the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. Ephesians 4:11, CSB: "And he himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, some pastors and teachers," What does Ephesians 4:11 mean? If evil arouses His anger, it should arouse ours also” (Stott p. 186). Be Angry And Sin Not. Twelve men plus Paul were official apostles who had seen the risen Christ and had received personal appointment from Him ( Acts 1:21-22; 1 Corinthians 15:8-9; Galatians 1:1; Galatians 2:6-9). On the other hand, according to Ephesians 4:8, Jesus also ascended to the heavenly Zion as the victorious Lord who lovingly bestowed on His church the gifts of ministry essential to her future well-being. The infinitive has the force of an imperative. - CLOSING BENEDICTION. He wants to reproduce in His followers the character of His, Song of Solomon -His love, His kindness, His compassion, His holiness, His humility, His unselfishness, His servant attitude, His willingness to suffer wrongfully, His ability to forgive, and so much more that characterized His life on earth. Now the way to be angry and not sin, is to be angry at nothing but at sin; it is our duty to be angry when we see others depart from their duty. John 17. He did so here to remind his readers of the essence of the gospel message as an incentive to live for Christ. The word apostolos also describes any servant who is sent by his master on any mission ( John 13:16). II. The Hebrew verb is of the same stock with the Greek ὀργή and the Saxon “rage,” and denotes strong emotion. Ephesians 4:26 - Be angry, and yet do not sin ; do not let the sun go down on your anger, on StudyLight.org "Be ye angry, and sin not." The noun occurs only here in the NT; never, as it would appear, in non-biblical Greek; but occasionally in the LXX (1 Kings 15:30; 2 Kings 23:26; Nehemiah 9:18). Be ye angry and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Ephesians 4:27. Посему Павел запрещает солнцу заходить в нашем гневе. Slander refers to words that hurt another person. I have seen sunshiny days in this world that must have been almost like the radiance of heaven. III. ); others declare it impossible to take the first command as direct (Buttm., Gram. 1 Corinthians 11:5; 1 Timothy 2:12). The former text implies that there is an anger which is sinful; and the latter text implies that there is an anger which is not sinful. 1. Thus Tholuck’s question, Bergpred., p. 186, is answered:—“If Paul speaks of culpable anger, how can he distinguish sinning from being angry? 3. Articles. Пусть приведет вас в трепет осознание собственной дерзости. Anger is always criminal, when, either in its nature or attendant circumstances, it, in any manner, is injurious to reason and religion, or involves, in its consequences, either ourselves or other men in trouble. It appears that the meaning is, "When you are angry, be sure that you commit no sin." Say, "I was wrong; I"m sorry; will you forgive me?" For an online resource, consult William Barclay’s commentary on Ephesians at studylight.org. (J. Jowett, M. And the third reason for minding this warning against anger is, that it will interfere with our safety. ., p1276.]. This throws the emphasis on the second member of the sentence, so that the first becomes more of an assumption than a command: ‘Be angry (for this must be so) and do not sin.’ There is no necessity for supposing that all wrath is sinful. Study the Bible on the go with Andrew’s free online Bible commentary. If moved to anger, return without delay to a calmness of mind and temper. The one passage provides the pattern for the other." As used by Paul here the words recognise the fact that anger has its rightful place and may be a duty, while they indicate also how easily it may pass into the sinful. About the most ineffective person on earth would be one incapable of being angry. “Put it away before sunset” (when the Jewish day began), is proverbial for put it away at once before another day begin (Deuteronomy 24:15); also before you part with your brother for the night, perhaps never in this world to meet again. It is the anger that your pastor caused to be stirred within you. This verse can be misread, as if it said, "Be sure to be angry now and then, but do not sin." An angry man stirreth up strife, and a furious man aboundeth in transgression. Anger is neither commanded, nor quite prohibited; but this is commanded, not to permit sin to enter into anger: it is like poison, which is sometimes used as medicine, but must be managed with the utmost caution. 5.) A second possibility is that Ephesians 4:26 means anger is proper in certain circumstances, but we should normally avoid it. [Note: Wiersbe, 2:39.]. u. neu. This caused a long delay before the arrival of the bishop, and the king got very impatient about it. .," p316, footnote10.]. Nor is He trying to fashion great orators who can move people with persuasive words. ); others, in a way utterly at variance with the quotation, take as an interrogative (Beza, Grot. Remember that in all personal controversies the one least to blame will have to take the first step at pacification, if it is ever effective. Rage always supposes weakness; hence children, sick people, and women, are the most subject to it. If this be not the case there is reason to suspect, . "Equipping" (Gr. Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Be ye angry, and sin not — That is, if ye are angry, take heed ye sin not. The one Lord is Jesus Christ, the Head of the church ( Ephesians 1:22-23; Colossians 1:18). Ephesians 3:2). [Note: Wiersbe, 2:37.]. Besides, a man of an outrageous temper is almost always unhappy; he is always exposed to chagrin, occasioned by his own irritability. Everyone must know what a pitiable creature he is, who gives way to unbridled anger. [Note: T. David Gordon, ""Equipping" Ministry in Ephesians 4," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society37:1 (March1994):69-78.] Let us consider these things with which we are so ready to be hurried away, are the trials of our patience, and we are on our trial for heaven. He enjoins accordingly, let not the sun go down upon your wrath. Anger is a time when sin strongly presents itself as a temptation to violence or other retaliatory action directed against the object of one's anger. No temper of this kind can consist with peace of conscience, and the approbation of God's Spirit in the soul. While proudly resolving not to give way to a fellow creature, whose ill-will could do him little injury, and might have been disarmed by gentleness or yielding: he throws himself into the arms of one who seizes the occasion for promoting the destruction of both body and soul in hell. Cultivate a Heart of Righteousness. 5. "This fundamental concern for the truth is the secret of maturity in the church." on StudyLight.org Anger itself is not sin, for our Lord Himself felt it (Mark 3:5) at the “hardness of men’s hearts;” and it is again and again attributed to God Himself, in language no doubt of human accommodation, but, of course, accommodation to what is sinless in humanity. Has Paul not said, "Do not give Satan an opportunity to get a bridgehead, a toehold, to induce us into sin"?Sin brings death, and that is Satan's aim—to bring about death. . First, we may view the command in Ephesians 4:26 as governing angry behavior even though anger is never God"s will ( Ephesians 4:31). For He is never angry on His own account, or for injury done to Him. I used to be a machinist and a tool and die-maker. Noise, disorder, high words; such as men use in a brawl, or when they are excited. Sundown is the time for removing anger from the heart. God will not enforce unity in answer to prayer. ), If we have eaten poison, we seek forthwith to vomit it up again with all speed; and if we be fallen into any disease, we use the means we can to provide a remedy; so, likewise, when we feel any unruly motions of anger, and the fiery flames thereof be once kindled in our hearts, we must be careful to repress them, as we would be to quench the fire in our houses. ‘Be angry (if it must be so):’ as if he had said, 1 Corinthians 7:31, χράσθε τῷ κόσμῳ τούτῳ (for that must be), καὶ μὴ καταχρᾶσθε. First, ‘do not sin’. You know I was preaching on that one time on "Their sins and iniquities will I remember no more." "God is not trying to produce successful Christian business people who can impress the world with their money and influence. [Note: Bock, ""The New . ], ". Forever and forever. Realize that God will judge (Romans 12:19), and that such a judgment will be just and free from self-serving motives. ". He is over them in the sense of being their sovereign. Verse 11 In Ephesians 1:19, Paul talks about God’s great power. (J. Adams. "What is immediately noteworthy is the apostle"s emphasis on the intellectual factor in everybody"s way of life [cf. [Note: See Lewis Sperry Chafer, He That Is Spiritual, pp82-104. Let anger do its work, and then dismiss it; let it fire you to protest, to denounce, to witness against evil. Paul had explained the unity of Jewish and Gentile believers in the church and had prayed for the realization of that unity in experience ( Ephesians 2:11 to Ephesians 3:21). the unity of the mystical Body of Christ (Ephesians 4:1-6) in the manifoldness of grace given to each (7–13), that we may come to perfection in Him (14–16). ], [Note: Richard C. H. Lenski, The Interpretation of St. Paul"s Epistles to the Galatians to the Ephesians and to the, "Apostle" means someone sent as an authoritative delegate. 1. Ephesians 4:26, Ephesians 4:27.—A. Everything in these three chapters spells out what is III. Most appropriately, therefore, did Paul, when he wished to describe the proper limitation of anger, employ the well-known passage, Be ye angry, and sin not. Next day he told the man to collect them. He then proceeded to discuss the gifts of the Spirit ( Ephesians 4:7-13; cf. 2.5.20 Scripture about anger being ok as long as it is not abusive: Ephesians 4:26, 6:4; Colossians 3:21; 1 Peter 3:7. It hath in it the trouble of sorrow, and the heats of lust, and the disease of revenge, and the bodings of a fever, and the rashness of precipitancy, and the disturbance of persecution. “Do Not Give the Devil an Opportunity”—Ephesians 4:27 Angry brooding over unresolved offenses opens the door to our enemy the devil. . A military victor has the right to give gifts to those identified with him. Two explanations are possible. Second, it becomes more spiritually mature ( Ephesians 4:15). Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down on your wrath, ASV. Romans 6:2-10; 2 Corinthians 5:17). . Bitterness is the opposite of sweetness and kindness (cf. Paul apparently followed the Jewish interpretation of the day (the Targum), which paraphrased this verse as follows: "You did ascend to the firmament, O Prophet Moses! . This verse is a reaffirmation of the teaching of the seventh commandment ( Exodus 20:15; Deuteronomy 5:19). Still it is easy to lose control of our anger, to let it control us instead of controlling it. on StudyLight.org The New Testament writers called them apostles too ( 1 Corinthians 15:7; Galatians 1:19; Acts 14:4; Acts 14:14; 1 Corinthians 9:6; Romans 16:7; cf. Romans 12,1Corinthians12Paul spoke of gifts given to people (cf. He rang the bell and called for the messenger. Paul followed this Jewish exegesis because it explained that the conqueror, "the lower parts of the earth." This identification unites faith with Christ in the context ( Ephesians 2:8). They were not to crush it, only to watch it, lest it changed from a feeling worthy of God into one worthy only of the devil. [Note: Simpson, p104.]. There is anger which is not sinful; for anger is fouled in God himself, in Jesus Christ, in the holy angels, and in God's people; and a man may be said to be angry and not sin, when his anger arises from a true zeal for God and religion; when it is kindled not against persons, but sins; when a man is displeased with his own sins, and with the sins of others: with vice and immorality of every kind; with idolatry and idolatrous worship, and with all false doctrine; and also when it is carried on to answer good ends, as the good of those with whom we are angry, the glory of God, and the promoting of the interest of Christ: and there is an anger which is sinful; as when it is without a cause; when it exceeds due bounds; when it is not directed to a good end; when it is productive of bad effects, either in words or actions; and when it is soon raised, or long continues: the Jews have a like distinction of anger; they sayF5Zohar in Gen. fol. The same is true of foolish talk (Ephesians 5:4). 1 Kings 15:30; 2 Kings 23:26; Nehemiah 9:18. παροργισμός is not in this clause absolutely forbidden, as Trench wrongly supposes (Synon. 'Before sunset' (when the Jewish day began) is proverbial for 'put it away at once before another day begin' (Deuteronomy 24:15); also before you part for the night, perhaps never in this world to meet again. When he entered the room the king reproved him very sharply, dismissed him from his service, and told him to leave the palace at once. 3. More resources, better tools and easier navigation Test drive it and tell us about your experience. “Irritation, exasperation” (Vincent p. 396). (T. Paul"s exhortation that follows repeats Jesus" teaching on the importance of holiness. It all depends on what you are angry at, and how long the feeling lasts, whether anger is right or wrong. wrath. "Makrothumia, patience, long-suffering is the spirit which bears insult and injury without bitterness and without complaint. Be angry with yourself, and sin not; let the time of this ignorance and folly and fatuity go at last and bury itself. James 1:19-20). Unity is stressed by the sevenfold use of "one" (, "one baptism" would refer to the internal reality of having been baptized into (identified with) the "one Lord" by means of the "one faith.". Change the subject to something delightfully pleasant. Второй в том, что, однажды разозлившись, мы переходим границы, увлекаясь чрезмерной злостью. Do not let. The effects of holy anger, directly and indirectly, are just and good, for the man has rule over his own spirit, and no holy affection is inconsistent with another. Believers should practice all these virtues with loving forbearance toward one another (cf. (1-2) Walking in love. Thus, be angry, and sin not. Let not the sun go down upon your wrath - "wrath" is forbidden; "anger" not so, though, like poison used as medicine, it needs extreme caution. “Nursing one"s wrath to keep it warm is not recommended as a wise policy. However, the Greek construction may describe two types of gifted people whose ministries are among settled congregations in contrast to the itinerant ministries of the apostles, prophets, and evangelists. [Note: Barclay, p159.]. Why not fence out your enemies by the golden bars of the sunset? (Spencer. Redemption in Christ. Paul did not identify these people as foundational to the church as he did the apostles and prophets ( Ephesians 2:20). And if they are not used in love, they become weapons to fight with ... ( 1 Corinthians 12-14)." Heavenly Reminders. By New Testament standards, anger can be either good or bad, depending on motive and purpose. What did he mean by that? 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