acts 5:31 meaning

Do not come with a cold heart and a trifling spirit. Praising God and having favor with all the people. "Commentary on Acts 5:31". Acts 5:31, ESV: "God exalted him at his right hand as Leader and Savior, to give repentance to Israel and forgiveness of sins." They will then make everybody else know it. II. He must, therefore, be divine. The relentings of a culprit condemned for murder will be of no avail unless the executive can “consistently” pardon him; nor would relentings in hell be of avail, for there is no promise of forgiveness. Instead of δεξιᾳ, the right hand, the Codex Bezae has δοξῃ, to glory. "Expository Notes of Dr. Thomas Constable". It is impossible to know exactly what lies ahead of us. (W. "Mark Dunagan Commentaries on the Bible". Acts 5:31. ἀρχηγὸν καὶ σωτῆρα: the former word as it is used here without any qualification, cf. If a servant or a child were to behave improperly, though goodness may incline you to pardon, you would naturally require a proper state of mind, and signs of sorrow, confession, and reformation; otherwise your forgiveness would look like connivance or indifference, and encourage a repetition of disobedience. There be two resurrections, whether simultaneous in time or not is of no moment, and all of us must have our part in the one or the other; and faith in Jesus Christ is the only means by which we can take a place in the great army and procession that He leads down into the valley and up to the sunny heights. "Schaff's Popular Commentary on the New Testament". Now these three renderings ‘Prince,’ ‘Captain,’ ‘Author,’ seem singularly unlike. None can pardon but the Being who has been offended. “Him did God exalt with his right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour, to give repentance to Israel, and remission of sins.”. Him hath God exalted with his right hand. So, thirdly, note the Leader through suffering to salvation. III. It is only employed in all four times-twice in Peter’s earlier sermons recorded in this Book of the Acts; and twice in the Epistle to the Hebrews. 3. Forgiveness of sins denotes it as applied to our condition. 1. 1897. My intention in this sermon is to deal with the various forms of this expression, in order to try to bring out the fulness of the notion which Scripture attaches to this leadership of Jesus Christ. Repentance is something God gives—it is only possible because of His grace (Acts 5:31; 11:18). But it is of more importance to observe the two august titles here given to Jesus, and the sense in which they are used. Acts 5:31. ἀρχηγὸν καὶ σωτῆρα, a Prince and Saviour) The Author of salvation: Hebrews 2:10, ἀρχηγὸν τῆς σωτηρίας: that is, He exalted Him to be a Prince and Saviour; ch. How gloriously is Christ here exhibited; not, as in other places, as the Medium, but as the Dispenser of all spiritual blessings! Perfected through sufferings? This does not mean to give space for repentance, nor to make repentance acceptable, but to give repentance itself. (4) Jesus has power in this state of exaltation over all things that can affect the mind. So, calmly, confidently, we may each of us look forward to that dark journey waiting for us all. "The Adam Clarke Commentary". Life can take many exciting twists and turns. In that place he is called the “Prince of life.” Here it means that he is actually in the “exercise” of the office of a prince or a king, at the right hand of his Father. 3. Forgiveness of sins - Pardon of sin; the act which can be performed by God only, Mark 2:7. I. II. Here it means that he is actually in the "exercise" of the office of a prince or a king, at the right hand of his Father. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. Acts 4:18). "Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible". I can’t help it. Joshua’s career has in it a great stumbling-block to many people, in that merciless destruction of the Canaanite sinners, which can only be vindicated by remembering, first, that it was a divine appointment, and that God has the right to punish; and, second, that those old days were under a different law, or at least a less manifestly developed law of loving-kindness and mercy than, thank God! Other passages show that it would be also extended to the “Gentiles.” The reasons why the “Jews” are particularly specified here are, probably: (1)Because the Messiah was long promised to the Jewish people, and his first work was there; and. Copyright StatementThese files are a derivative of an electronic edition prepared from text scanned by Woodside Bible Fellowship.This expanded edition of the Jameison-Faussett-Brown Commentary is in the public domain and may be freely used and distributed. We are in a state of guilt--Liable to God’s displeasure, and under a sentence of condemnation. BibliographyBullinger, Ethelbert William. Neither is the same metaphor used in this place, which we had before, chapter 2, and which is common elsewhere, when Christ is said to be lift up unto the right hand of the Father; but the meaning of this place is, that Christ, which was slain by the hand of men, was lifted up on high by the power of God, that he might bear rule over angels and men. And if repentance be a gift, can the forgiveness be a purchase? If we follow Him, He will lead us down into the dark valley, and up into the blessed sunshine, where participation in His own eternal life and glory will be salvation. Propriety. Prince. Significance & Meaning Of Angel Number 5. I. Remember, too, that the same Jesus who is the Pattern is the Object and the Inspirer of our faith; and that if we fulfil the conditions in the text now under consideration, ‘looking off’ from all others, stimulating and beautiful as their example may be, sweet and tender as their love may be, and ‘looking unto Jesus,’ He will be in us, and above us-in us to inspire, and above us to receive and to reward our humble confidence. Pagans, Moslems, Romanists, Greeks, Arminians, Syrians and Copts seem to have lost every trace of evangelical repentance, while the Protestant churches are close on their track. Take the case of Joseph, e.g. Not so: for man co-operates in the former, but not in the latter. To him we may come with confidence; and when pressed with the consciousness of the blackest crimes, and when we feel that we deserve eternal death, we may confidently roll all on his arm. But give him pre-eminence, and thousands are protected by his power and enriched by his bounty. And this wheel is like Ezekiel’s, so high that it is dreadful. 2. Used by Permission. In the same way He who comes as rain on the mown grass was exalted that He might give Himself as the Living Water. And from that position He was now acting as Trek leader for all who were being saved, giving them the gift of repentance towards God and away from sin, and the forgiveness of their sins. He is exalted for this purpose; and he is suited to his work. The same idea is here as in Paul’s other metaphor: ‘Now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the first-fruits of them that slept’-the first sheaf of the harvest, which was carried into the Temple and consecrated to God, and was the pledge and prophecy of the reaping in due season of all the miles of golden grain that waved in the autumn sunshine. 1. Amongst these are the glory of God, the establishment of order and harmony in the universe, the increased light thrown upon God’s character and designs; but what chiefly concerns us is that the exalted Saviour bestows--, 2. 31. "William Godbey's Commentary on the New Testament". They sacrifice the lives of their subjects to save their own; but He sacrificed Himself for the welfare of His subjects. (3) his exaltation is immediately connected with the bestowment of the Holy Spirit, by whose influence people are brought to repentance, John 16:7-11. 3. Acts 5:31, Jesus is "exalted to be a Prince and a Savior to give repentance and remission of sins." The lower part of the circle is in the chambers of the sinner’s soul, and yet every movement of a hair’s breadth is accompanied by a corresponding movement on high. (2) the sinner is dependent on him for the exercise of repentance, and for forgiveness. While Jesus dispenses His gifts as a "Prince," the gifts themselves are those of a "Saviour" - "repentance and the remission of sins." To separate them is to destroy them. https: For to give—The preposition for, placed thus before an infinitive, has been so long disused in English as to have become nearly vulgar; but it is strictly philosophical, and is a literal translation of the Greek itself. BibliographyVincent, Marvin R. DD. margin, Messiah of the Apostles, p. 37, note; but see note on Acts 2:33 above. It will not do to let repentance go. we live in. saith Cicero (In Ver.) Acts 5:31. Most … The verb is used also by St. John 3:14; John 8:28; John 12:32, and also by St. Paul, Philippians 2:9 (see Westcott on St. John 3:14). Jesus came to Israel as her Messiah. And could this have been the case, unless both of them had been necessary for you? you say. Acts 2:47 ESV / 3 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful. Jay.). And therein doth our righteousness consist, if God do not impute our sins unto us. (Bp. And God had then exalted Him to His own right hand to be an Archegon (Trek-leader) and Saviour to His people, so as to give them repentance and remission of sins. DD. An old divine tells us that “Genuine repentance consists in having the heart broken for sin, and from it.”. (b) He can also change thy mind as to the present and the future, so that instead of looking for present pleasure thou wilt find thy delight in future glory realised by faith. But a man named Ananias, with the consent of his wife Sapphira, sold a piece of property; 2 with his wife’s knowledge, he kept back some of the proceeds, and brought only a part and laid it at the apostles’ feet. A man in the obscurity and contractedness of private life can only pour forth benevolent wishes and shed ineffectual tears. He sends his ministers; he directs the events of sickness or disappointment, of health or prosperity, that will influence the heart. Copyright StatementJames Burton Coffman Commentaries reproduced by permission of Abilene Christian University Press, Abilene, Texas, USA. Faith, whether considered simply as a belief in the Divine testimony respecting Christ, or as an actual embracing of Him, and trusting in Him, enters into the very substance of repentance. BibliographyConstable, Thomas. There is no doubt that he can so recall the sins of the past life, and refresh the memory, as to overwhelm the soul in the consciousness of guilt. “Him hath God exalted a Prince and a Savior at his right hand to give repentance and remission of sins to Israel.” Prince refers to the regal office of our Lord, and Savior to His atonement. In like-manner the predominant sin of all who have not repented, is that Christ has been offered to them, and that they have refused the offer. Every child of God is brought to repent of his sins, and by repentance to forsake them. if you look at a Greek translation, the word stavros appear. https: The popular so-called tearless repentance never brings the witness of the Spirit, from the simple fact that the Spirit never witnesses to a falsehood. It was "proper" that the power of pardon should be lodged with the same being that has the power of producing repentance, because: repentance and remission of sins—as a "Saviour"; "repentance" embracing all that change which issues in the faith which secures "forgiveness" (compare Ac 2:38; 20:21). BibliographyJamieson, Robert, D.D. Acts 5:31. Greek. Then there are the specific aspects, expressed by the other three passages, in which He is set forth as the Leader through death to life; the Leader through suffering to salvation; and the Leader in the path of faith. https: ‘To His right hand,’ not ‘with’ (see the note on chap. Instead of being so concerning about their "public image", they should have been thankful that they were still alive and that a door for repentance was available. https: Commentary on Acts 5:12-16 (Read Acts 5:12-16) What does this verse really mean? Greek. 31. ἀρχηγὸν καὶ σωτῆρα, a prince and a Saviour. A Prince; to conquer and subdue all his enemies, to defend and protect his subjects. Peter, in the sermon which is found in the third chapter of this Book of the Acts, has his mind and heart filled with the astounding fact of the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus Christ, and in the same breath as he gives forth the paradoxical indictment of the Jewish sin, ‘You have killed the Prince of Life’-the Leader of Life-he also says, ‘And God hath raised Him from the dead.’ So that the connection seems to point to the risen and glorified life into which Christ Himself passed, and by passing became capable of imparting it to others. (4) Christ has power to pardon the greatest offender. The beginning and the end were the same in each; what was characteristic of the new teaching was a fuller revelation (1) of the way in which forgiveness had been obtained; (2) of the spiritual gifts that followed on forgiveness; and (3) the existence of the society which was to bear its witness of both. Then did His humanity need perfecting? Acts 3:15, may imply, like σωτῆρα, a reference to the earlier days of Israel’s history, when God raised up for them from time to time judges of whom the title ἀρχηγός, Judges 11:6; Judges 11:11, might be used no less than σωτήρ. https: We cannot determine the precise point at which the process begins. "Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible". 3 “Ananias,” Peter asked, “why has Satan filled your heart to lie to the Holy Spirit and to keep back part of the proceeds of the land? Commentary by J.C.Philpot on select texts of the Bible. And this seemeth secretly to be set against all the enterprises of Satan and the world; as if he should say that they shall have no good success, because they shall never climb so high as to hinder the hand of God, whereby he hath both wrought mightily already in his only begotten Son, neither will he ever cease to work. And forgiveness of sins, which never fails to accompany true repentance, and is therefore also called repentance unto life, Acts 11:18. Luke 22:67-71). It appears to savour too much of legalism, both because it is repentance--not faith--with which the forgiveness of sins stands connected, and because in the statement of the two things, repentance is placed first in order. II. As a Prince. Acts 5:30 shows that the Jesus was hung on a tree. So “there is joy in heaven over one sinner that repenteth.” These two were joined in Peter’s own experience. Elevation is necessary to influence. He is only a rough, plain, prompt, and bold soldier. (2) he is entrusted with all power in heaven and earth with "reference" to this, to apply his work to people; or, in other words, to bring them to repentance. Acts 1:8 Commentary; Acts 20:17-27 Commentary; Acts 20:28-38 Commentary; JOSEPH A ALEXANDER Acts Commentary (1857, 1866) (Over 1000 pages!) (See the notes at Acts 2:14-47, Remark 1, at the close of that Section.) hupsoo. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. However, we have learned from the Bible that Jesus is not Almighty God and that there is no Scriptural basis for the Trinity doctrine. BibliographyRobertson, A.T. "Commentary on Acts 5:31". We forget far too much the militant character of Jesus Christ. But whilst we look with wonder on these awful scenes of destruction, may there not lie in them the lesson for us that antagonism and righteous wrath against evil in all its forms is the duty of the soldiers of Christ? https: It is further to be noticed that, in the Greek translation of the Old Testament, which was familiar to Peter’s hearers, the word of our text is that employed to describe the office of the military leaders of Israel. Peter is saying that those who heed the gospel message of repentance from sin and faith in the sacrifice of Christ will begin to live lives of obedience to God's commandments, and thus He gives them His Spirit. If we want them, we see to whom we are to address our prayers. The Spirit is represented as being “sent” by him as well as by the Father, John 15:26; John 16:7. 1. 31. 1765. Even his murderers he could pardon; and no sinner need fear that he who is “a Prince and a Saviour at the right hand of God” is unable to pardon his sins. Unless there was some way of "forgiveness," sorrow for sin would be of no value, even if exercised. So, whether we regard the word as expressing the agony of suffering in unfolding His humanity, or in fitting Him for His redeeming work, it remains true that He was perfected by His sufferings. Therefore, this latter grace must never be separated from them. Their connection. They always live and die together. Soter. To give repentance; repentance is the gift of God; and nothing does more avail with us to repent, than the loss of Christ, (his bitter suffering and death), by whom the world is crucified unto us, Galatians 6:14: and if repentance includes newness of life, (as it does), who would not walk in that way which our blessed Lord hath recommended, and in which only we can enjoy him; that doing as he did, we may come at last to be where he is? It would not accord with the wisdom of God to for give one incapable of enjoying or serving Him--yea, one who abhors Him. So that when they repent, the great thing they have to do is to open their ears and hearts to the message which the gospel brings them concerning the Saviour, and to flee for refuge in His Divine person and finished work. The character in which He is raised, “a Prince and a Saviour.”. 2. https: For salvation is His gift, but not that which He Himself possesses and enjoys; but it is to be noticed that in the context of the words which I have quoted, ‘glory’ is put as substantially synonymous with salvation, and that the whole is suffused with the idea of a long procession, as shown by the phrase, ‘bringing many sons.’ Of this procession Jesus Christ Himself is the Leader. BibliographyGill, John. And a Savior - Σωτηρα, A deliverer or preserver. What is repentance? BibliographyScofield, C. I. They are princes of war; but He is “the Prince of peace.” They are princes of death; but He is “the Prince of life.” They are princes and destroyers; but He is “a Prince and a Saviour.” Let us take three views of the blessings which the exalted Saviour gives. See the note on John 1:17. 2. See John 17:2; Matthew 28:18. The Spirit is represented as being “sent” by him as well as by the Father, John 15:26; John 16:7. If it be asked in what sense the Lord Jesus “gives repentance,” or how his “exaltation” is connected with it, we may answer: (1) His exaltation is evidence that his work was accepted, and that thus a foundation is laid by which repentance is available, and may be connected with pardon. Acts 2:36.— ὕψωσε, hath exalted) The exaltation presupposes the resurrection from the dead, or even includes it. Meyer understood the facts to be the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus, but Wendt understands them to be the gifts of the Messianic salvation mentioned in Acts 5:31, and compares Acts 5:20. 1. "Scofield Reference Notes on Acts 5:31". This lengthy passage, which takes up most of the fifth chapter in Numbers, is focused on what should legally be done in a situation where a husband suspects his wife of sexual infidelity but has no witnesses to prove it (Numbers 5:11-14). BibliographyNicol, W. Robertson, M.A., L.L.D. All our friends will leave us at the tunnel’s mouth, but He will go with us through the gloom, and bring us out into the sunny lands on the southern side of the icy white mountains. 4. To give repentance; by sending down the Holy Spirit, convincing men of sin, and leading them to hate and forsake it. Johann Albrecht Bengel's Gnomon of the New Testament. See note on John 12:32. Yes, for he tasted death for every man; and he prayed for his murderers, compared to some of whom Judas himself was a saint. BibliographyTorrey, R. A. Orr.). (c) In Luke 24:47 and Acts 5:31 the same writer, Luke, indicates that repentance results in remission of sins. Repentance is, I grant, a voluntary conversion, but whence have we this will, save only because God changeth our heart, that it may be made fleshy of a stony heart; flexible, of hard and stubborn; and, finally, righteous of wicked, (Ezekiel 11:19.) "Commentary on Acts 5:31". Take, then, the full consolation and encouragement of having such an exalted Redeemer. (b) This concept fits with Peter's proclamation in Acts 10:43 in which the same expression "sins may be forgiven" (aphesis harmartion) occurs. (A. Thomson, D. D.). (2) he is entrusted with all power in heaven and earth with “reference” to this, to apply his work to people; or, in other words, to bring them to repentance. 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