The eyes of the LORD are in every place, observing the evil and the good.
|God's Searching Glance||W. Clarkson ||Proverbs 15:3|
|On the Omniscience of God||Bp. Z. Pearce.||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Diffusiveness of the Divine Spirit||N. Marshall, D.D.||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Divine Omniscience||N. Ball.||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Eye of God on the Sons of Men||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Eyes of the Lord||Homiletic Review||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Eyes of the Lord are Everywhere||H. Constable, M.A.||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Omnipresence of God||E. Johnson ||Proverbs 15:3|
|The Omnipresent Eye of God||R. Ward, M.A.||Proverbs 15:3|
|A Meek and Gentle Manner of Discourse is the Most Effectual Means to Soften the Fiercest Disposition||H. Usher, D.D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|A Soft Answer||J. Spencer.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|A Soft Answer||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|A Soft Answer||Malcolm's "Persia||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|A Soft Answer (To Children)||J. M. Gibbon.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Bad Temper to be Controlled||R. F. Horton, D.D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Mild Replies to Angry Speeches||J. Parker, D.D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Soft Answers||J. M. Sherwood, D. D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Submissive Answers||W. Reading, M.A.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|The Christian Government of the Tongue||Geo. Spence, D.C.L.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|The Utility of Gentle Forces||W. Unsworth.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Try the Velvet||Blind Amos.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Turning Away Wrath||W. Arnot, D.D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Words||D. Thomas, D.D.||Proverbs 15:1-3|
|Virtues and Vices of the Tongue||E. Johnson ||Proverbs 15:1, 2, 4, 7|
I. GOD IS A SPIRIT. We cannot exhaust the sublimity, the awfulness, the comfort, the meaning, in this thought.
II. GOD SEES ALL AND KNOWS ALL. Both the good and the evil. In looking upon evil deeds which pass unchastised in appearance, we are ready to exclaim, "And yet God has never spoken a word!" But God has seen, and will requite.
III. HENCE LET US POSSESS OUR SOULS IN PATIENCE. Commit them unto him in well doing, and wait for the "end of the Lord." He knows, among other things, the need of his children, and bethinks him of helping and delivering them. - J.
Search diligently.I. Wicked men often CLOAK THEIR EVIL DESIGNS under the appearance of religion. They attempt to deceive those who are really good, and to make them suppose that they have the same design. But God cannot be deceived, and He will bring them to punishment.II. Wicked men often MAKE USE OF THE PIOUS to advance their evil purposes. Men like Herod will stop at nothing if they can carry their ends. They endeavour to deceive the simple, allure the unsuspecting, and to beguile the weak, to answer their purposes of wickedness.III. The plans of wicked men are OFTEN WELL LAID. They occupy a long time; they make diligent inquiry; and all of it has the appearance of religion. But God sees the design; and though men are deceived, He cannot be (I.
That men may be interested in Christ, and inquire about Him from different motives- some to worship, some to murder.
1. The motive of the wise men.
2. Herod's motive.
II. That inquiry about Christ does not produce the same results in all.
1. The wise men rejoiced.
2. Herod was troubled.
III. That all opposition to Christ and His cause must end in failure and overthrow.
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