Touch is, to me, far from being that endorsement of materialism it has been described as being; it is the assurance of an inhabitant behind the gateway. Her being brought out had the best of consequences.1. Certainly she was buoyed up with the hope that it would yield to the skill of physicians. SALVATION OBTAINED — obtained by faith. There is a coming together of soul with soul, not through the ministration of the body, nor of taste, nor of thought, nor of mutual service, alone, but by that rare inflammation of the whole soul which has no definition, and which no man can describe. The farmer does not show his faith by lying in his bed and waiting for God to plough and harrow his field and sow his seed. He said, "Go in peace." Besides, you owe it to yourselves. When they heard her story, did they not treasure it up, and speak of it to one another in after days, and thereby strengthen each other's faith?5. "Ah!" Lack of faith, not lack of need. Stick to your newspaper, and give up all that nonsense about family prayer.'"II. This excited the wonder of the disciples.1. The gospel is the remedy, and the fact of the gospel being provided is a sufficient proof of the necessity of it. (Preachers' Treasury. You never found her slow to introduce the gospel, whoever might be with her. We have seen what the woman had done; now let us think of WHAT HAD COME OF IT. In addition to this, remember that the Saviour did not court publicity. WHY DID THE SAVIOUR ASK THE QUESTION, "Who touched Me?" Had she gone away as she hoped and planned, she would have carried with her none of this joy — the love of Christ. (3)To assert His right to be glorified for what He has done.4. It is worth while to note that virtue cannot leave one and pass to another without a loss to the giver. She, in the gospel, who but touched Christ, fetched virtue from Him. She touched Him, you will notice, under many difficulties. There can be little doubt that the sacred body of Jesus had to suffer for being the medium of healing, and that very costly was the honour of being the shrine of Divinity.I. Then again, there is the cold "touch" of the critic. 3. She had long been sick. (Methodist Times. Did I tell you that you were to make them believe you? But whoever she was, and whencesoever she came, she had heard of Jesus, and conceived a hope that He would heal her. They fancy that salvation will come to them without their seeking it. As a last resource, she came and tried Jesus. Many thronged and pressed upon Christ; many touched His clothes; yet only one touched Him.3. So it is, at any rate, that no sooner do we pass from the mere natural life of animals to the moral life of man, than we find another law breaking in upon the law of survival of the fittest — controlling, suspending, even utterly reversing it, with an authority which cannot be gainsaid, without forfeiting all that is most nobly and distinctively human. "Ah!" DO not wait till you have altered this, or improved that; all that can be done afterwards.IV. The least of Christ will save. "The border of the garment," to which Luke with more definiteness refers, was a sign of belonging to the chosen people (Numbers 15:38), and Christ blamed the Pharisees for making it specially broad, as if they would assert their peculiar sanctity. No need to wait long; prayer answered often sooner than we expect.V. Now I say to you, if it be an ordeal, undergo it for Christ's sake. Beecher. II. The Lord's look of anger and pity on His opponents. Secondly, HER HIDING WAS NOT PERMITTED BY THE SAVIOUR. It cannot make any difference what I do." But in vs. 35 while Jesus was still speaking, some came from Jairus’ home and said, "Your daughter is dead. Yet that water, though much, is finite; those drops may be numbered: that art which hath reckoned how many grains of sand would make up a world, could more easily compute how many drops of water would make up an ocean. she asked. This poor woman must have found it very difficult to come to Christ, for at least two reasons.1. This they say, is a statue of Jesus Christ." There is Dr. Merryman. Indeed, the more closely I look into any of the senses, the more spiritual they become. — A lady was being shown through a corn mill, worked by a river which ran close by the walls. B. Christ an inexhaustible reservoir of grace: — As heat goeth out of the sun into the air, water, earth, earthly bodies, and yet remains in the sun; so here. H. Spurgeon.I. Note, first, she felt that it was of no use being in the crowd, of no use to be in the same street with Christ, or near to the place where Christ was, but she must get at Him; she must touch Him. Virtue has gone out of Me to ONE WHO HAS FAITH. No doubt she met with some who boasted that they could heal her complaint at once. This brings to our notice, in the third place, WHAT THIS WOMAN DID AT LAST.1. There can be little doubt that the sacred body of Jesus had to suffer for being the medium of healing, and that very costly was the honour of being the shrine of Divinity.I. We find her full of sudden joy at feeling in her body that she was healed of that plague. Why compel her to tell her sad story of womanly pain and suffering in so many ears? Stanford, D. D., A. M. Morgan.We have to trace the history of a touch. The fount of sin whose flowing none may stay. In the exercise of faith we are sure of a blessing. Cox, D. D., G. MacDonald.Who is this wan, feeble woman that struggles through the swaying crowd, and watches her opportunity to stoop and lay her hand on the Healer's garment? All spiritual blessings may be ours, if only we will believe in Christ's goodness and grace, and come to Him.VI. The woman falls at His feet and, trembling with fear, tells Jesus the truth…..Jesus tells her “Daughter, your faith has healed you. She was shown a handle, and told to press upon it. Spurgeon. Did I tell you that you were to make them believe you? He is the most popular of all the soul doctors, and has an amazingly large connection among young people. SALVATION PROVIDED. After all, this was the simplest and easiest thing that she could do. It is very easy to kneel down to pray, but not so easy to reach Christ in prayer.2. She had resolved not to die if a cure could be had. Suppose that this woman had supposed such a sad thing, and had said, "O Lord, I cannot confess that Thou hast healed me, for I do not know how I may be in six months' time." So it may be. how different have been the circumstances in the other house. D. Hitchcock, D. D.)Real contact with Jesus: a sacramental meditationC. Simpson. "Come and lay Thy hand upon her and she shall live," is his entreaty still. Sometimes it is set aside altogether, for we are not always bound to exist if we can, but we are always bound to do right. "Daughter," He said, "be of good cheer;Thy faith hath made thee whole";With plenteous love, not healing mere,He would content her soul.(G. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering.'' Thus I have already reached my last point: YOUR HIDING OUGHT TO BE ENDED.1. She was no better. First, then, we say concerning this woman, that HER HIDING SEEMED VERY EXCUSABLE. Redemption cost infinitely in eternity, and must cost in time. Bless you, what I suffered before I went to him! And now the last point is — and I will not detain you longer upon it — IF SOMEBODY SHALL TOUCH JESUS, THE LORD WILL KNOW IT. (Sunday School Times. She came bravely, and spoke most sweetly for her Lord. It is more than I can manage to make a confession of Christ before the members." It would take her long to disentangle all their varied happiness. Humility, patience, self-denial, and the forgiveness of injuries, are battles and victories. Do you not think you owe something to the Church of God, which kept the gospel alive in the world for you to hear?2. If it was an exhaustless reservoir, like the Atlantic Ocean for extent, he would have no fear that his mill would run dry. Salvation is not a sort of spiritual luxury to be enjoyed in private. dearer fellowship with Him as our Saviour and our God. Hall, LL. - C. I. Why? The spontaneous products of nature are scanty. Efforts after salvation made in your own strength act like the struggles of a drowning man, which sink the more surely.2. We can appreciate the touch of fire, the touch of caustic, the touch of poison; but can we not appreciate the touch of sin? No doubt she met with some who boasted that they could heal her complaint at once. While the banks hold good the lake swells; let them break, and the water is drained off. "Where is the power?" But we have sinned. In the conduct of our Lord notice —1. They began by saying, "You have tried So-and-so, but he is a mere quack; mine is a scientific remedy." Note well she resolved to trust in Jesus in sheer despair of doing anything else.2. But our Master knows no limit of power or boundary of mission. THERE IS NO CURE WITHOUT CONTACT. There is a speedy healing. I told her that we could make no exception for anybody, and especially not for her, who was so well established in the faith that she could surely answer a few questions before those who were brethren and sisters in the Lord. Yes, and this woman was a very insignificant person — only a woman! But the confession had to be made for the sake of others. I have already said that if, in any instance, a cure might have been concealed, this was one; and it was so for many reasons.1. It was to be a kindred influence with the sunshine, and the air of shores and hills, and the kindly ties of home, and the sympathy which is born of comradeship in adversity and sorrow — it was to be an influence kindred with all these in restoring to health those that were ready to perish. The Saviour had designs of love in bringing this poor trembler forward before all the people. No doubt she met with some who boasted that they could heal her complaint at once. She touched Him, you will notice, under many difficulties. We come to a willing Benefactor. III. He is the most popular of all the soul doctors, and has an amazingly large connection among young people. Do you not think you owe it to your neighbours to show your colours?6. I mean Dr. Devotee, who, like the famous Dr. Merryman, has a large number of patients, but they are generally rather older; indeed, many of them have been under Merryman till they were tired out; then they have gone over to the other side of the way .to try if Devotee could help them. The so-called passive virtues either are not virtues, or are not passive. Our wardrobes suggest cotton-fields, flax-fields, silkworms, flocks of sheep, herds of cattle, birds of the air, wild animals of sea and land, from pole to pole. Mind is very much more than mere passive capacity; it is vital, organizing force. And then again she had endured frequent disappointments; and all these must have supplied her with terrible reasons for doubting. He does not approve of Merryman's prescriptions. As another friend said to him that he might as John at the last supper, lean his head on the breast of Christ, the doctor made answer, "I fear I cannot do that, but I think I have grasped hold of the hem of His garment."(Dr. In Christ there is healing for all spiritual diseases. There is no need for me to tell you that your faith is both imperfect and impure. The one was the house of Jairus, which perhaps stood on the rising ground fast by the synagogue: the other was the house in which the nameless woman, with the issue of blood, dwelt, which probably was situated in the poorer part of the city. Oh,Sweet Master, hast Thou not turned back and viewedHow round Thee throng and press the multitude? I could not sleep at nights for thinking I might lose my soul. This excited the wonder of the disciples.1. Therefore —. Is that your business? Here is one. The stricken deer turns aside to die, while the fat herd sweeps on indifferent to its fate. Christ's Particular Sympathy and Friendship, Real Contact with Jesus: a Sacramental Meditation, Christ's particular sympathy and friendship, Real contact with Jesus: a sacramental meditation. We must, indeed, respect the modesty of sincere faith, the sacred reticence that guards the deepest and truest feelings of the heart. I might have been a timid one all my days if I had not made that confession before the Church." He gave her clearly to know her relationship to Him. Houses, and their furnishing, tax the quarries, the clay-yards and the forests. At her feet there springs a certain strange plant, which rises as high as the hem of her garment; it is held to be an antidote to all forms of disease. dearer fellowship with Him as our Saviour and our God.(W. Secondly, HER HIDING WAS NOT PERMITTED BY THE SAVIOUR. First, we noticed that He called her forth to receive further blessing. You should tell your household what grace has done for you.5. Spurgeon. 30). II. The loving address — "daughter."2. We see in this story that, in the middle of an impossible situation, to receive God's commendation we need to exercise faith. And there was another cause of joy too; she bad escaped the exposure she so much dreaded. Whereas, the mercies of God are absolutely infinite, and beyond all possibility of proportion; and yet this bashful soul cannot steal one drop of mercy from this endless, boundless, bottomless sea of Divine bounty, but it is felt and questioned.(Bp. Virtue is always going out of Jesus, as sweet odours exhale from the flowers; and it always will be emanating from Him, as light from the central orb.(C. You walk the valley; the sun is shining, and a few raindrops are falling; yonder is the rainbow; a thousand eyes gaze at it. (3)The communication of the blessing was kind. There is yet another of these medical gentlemen you must look in upon. There can be no faith so feeble that Christ does not respond to it. HOW GREAT AND MYSTERIOUS THE IMPORTANCE ATTACHING TO TOUCH IN THE OLD TESTAMENT.1. But especially she had to do this for her own good. At any rate, she soon felt the pressure of adversity.IV. Champness.Virtue at one time meant strength, Now it is used to denote purity. But disappointed.III. Virtue is gone out of Me to one WHO MUST CONFESS THE TRUTH.(J. The so-called passive virtues either are not virtues, or are not passive. If it was an exhaustless reservoir, like the Atlantic Ocean for extent, he would have no fear that his mill would run dry. DO not wait till you have altered this, or improved that; all that can be done afterwards.IV. IN NATURE, WE HAVE WHAT HAS LATELY BEEN TERMED THE PERSISTENCE, OR CONSERVATION OF FORCE.II. Virtue is stored up in Him, and flows forth from Him at every touch of faith.(S. M. Glad to have blessing from Christ, but fearing to reveal how obtained.VI. We read of this woman, that though she suffered much, she was nothing better, but rather grew worse. We are told that she had suffered many things of many physicians.1. Let me suggest several reasons. Thus touch is pollution (Haggai 2:12, 13).2. Perhaps the woman thought at first that her ailment was slight and temporary. She never tries to hide her beauties from the gazer's eye. She rather grew worse. Every coarsest want supplied, every adornment, every luxury, means work. It is a pathetic story, a story —1. Forsyth, M. He is the favourite doctor among men of business and commerce. It is certain that more cures are effected by the modern system of medical treatment, while, as for the soothing of pain, no comparison is possible between them. Glad to have blessing from Christ, but fearing to reveal how obtained.VI. As long as we suppose that a slight change, a little penitence and contrition, will suffice; so long, not heartily applying to Christ for the blessings we want, we shall go empty away.III. )The HealerC. The crowd was between her and the Lord.III. I could not sleep at nights for thinking I might lose my soul. Deep waters are still. This brings to our notice, in the third place, WHAT THIS WOMAN DID AT LAST.1. First, then, IN THE USE OF ALL MEANS AND ORDINANCES LET IT BE OUR CHIEF AIM AND OBJECT TO COME INTO PERSONAL CONTACT WITH THE LORD JESUS CHRIST.1. They will tell you, "Merry-man is all very well for the youngsters, and Devotee suits the women, but for a sensible practical man, commend me to Apathy. H. VI. And so are we. Virtue has gone out of Me to ONE WHO HAS FAITH. No cure without contact. 1. D. Hitchcock, D. D.I. Simply that He may teach her that it is her faith, and not, as she thought, her mere touch, which has saved her. They will tell you, "Merry-man is all very well for the youngsters, and Devotee suits the women, but for a sensible practical man, commend me to Apathy. It is worth while to note that virtue cannot leave one and pass to another without a loss to the giver. MEN'S FAILURES. But the confession had to be made for the sake of others. HOPE AND FEAR — There was a day when a great event took place in the house of Jairus. DO not wait till you have altered this, or improved that; all that can be done afterwards.IV. When aristocratic friends call upon me I will speak to them of my Lord." III. DO THOU AS THIS WOMAN DID.(C. There is yet another of these medical gentlemen you must look in upon. )LinksLuke 8:48 NIVLuke 8:48 NLTLuke 8:48 ESVLuke 8:48 NASBLuke 8:48 KJVLuke 8:48 Bible AppsLuke 8:48 ParallelLuke 8:48 Biblia ParalelaLuke 8:48 Chinese BibleLuke 8:48 French BibleLuke 8:48 German BibleLuke 8:48 CommentariesBible Hub, (2)The communication of the blessing was free. "I, Eusebius, have seen her house in that city. Her extreme sickness. does the sun draw a veil over his modest face? Spurgeon. But we have sinned. The gospel tells us we are to he justified by faith; we are to believe in Jesus Christ, and on the ground of His great sacrifice on our behalf we shall be accepted as just, though we ourselves have sinned. "Where is the power?" Perhaps simply because she thought the border of His garment might be most easily touched without attracting attention Beyond a doubt, her faith, though genuine, was darkened by superstition. Next notice that He gave a commendation to her faith — "Thy faith hath made thee whole." A word of Scripture is often a hem of His garment, through which we draw in salvation to our soul. Many thronged and pressed upon Christ; many touched His clothes; yet only one touched Him. Yet we should not let this deter us.2. This woman also came into contact with Christ under a very deep sense of unworthiness.4. It was not any power lying in the touching of My garment; it was thy faith that saved thee. BUT THIS LAW OF COST IS PRE-EMINENTLY SPIRITUAL LAW. There was a great crowd. REASONS FOR THIS.1. He said, "Daughter!" According to the Hebrew law she was impure, and made all she touched impure; but she ventured to touch Jesus, and, instead of making Him unclean, He makes her clean and whole. Human history almost began with martyrdom. Is that your business? There cannot be living contact between us and him without his knowledge (ver. Every coarsest want supplied, every adornment, every luxury, means work. "Alas!" A. In agriculture, what we call the bounty of nature, the gift outright, comes a long way short of what is needed even for merest comfort. She had resolved not to die if a cure could be had. (2)The communication of the blessing was free. Do all these insects fold their wings and hide beneath the leaves? "Alas!" The slenderest contact with Christ healed the body, and will heal the soul; ay, the faintest communication. He is the favourite doctor among men of business and commerce. There is a speedy healing. what feelings were hers, as she rose and departed. Let your sorrows flow in briny floods before the Lord. IMMEDIATE HELP. But Christ knows it; and He prepares them and exercises them in bearing testimony for God in one difficulty and trial after another, until they are ready for the work they have to do. Many pretenders to new revelations are abroad, but they are physicians of no value.3. She was evidently a woman of great determination and hopefulness. He calls her "daughter."IX. They will tell you, "Merry-man is all very well for the youngsters, and Devotee suits the women, but for a sensible practical man, commend me to Apathy. She had worn out years in sickness, and those years had well nigh worn her out. Faith may grow in strange places.III. The question must be interpreted by the result. Jesus does not excuse one of his healed ones from owning the work of His grace. The look of the Lord on the profaned temple (Mark 11:11). This brings to our notice, in the third place, WHAT THIS WOMAN DID AT LAST.1. THE WOMAN IN THE CROWD DID TOUCH JESUS, AND, HAVING DONE SO, SHE RECEIVED VIRTUE FROM HIM. She did, and the mighty force was instantly turned on, the wheels moved, and the place was alive with activity. Souls touch each other in various ways. "I have so little to tell," says one. (3) of your futile attempts after a cure; your wicked, sinful pride in seeking a righteousness of your own, instead of submitting to that of Christ. She was evidently a woman of great determination and hopefulness. It is not needed by those who have it; it is not possible to those who have it not. It was not any power lying in the touching of My garment; it was thy faith that saved thee. There was not a penny to pay. It is worth while to note that virtue cannot leave one and pass to another without a loss to the giver. Who are you that you should rob God of His praise? NOW, as Jesus knows of your salvation, He wishes other people to know it.(C. (3)The communication of the blessing was kind. In this woman's case, it was a far greater ordeal than it can be to you. You owe it to your family. This woman, in the next place, having resolved not to die if cure could be had, and having adopted the likeliest means, persevered in the use of those means. My lips refuse to open; I cannot speak." Morgan. Now Christ calls her up, and conscience cannot disturb her, for He gave her the cure before them all. Nathaniel retired to the shade that no one might see him, but Jesus saw him and marked his prayer, and He will see thee in the crowd and in the dark, and not withhold His blessing.3. He gave her clearly to know her relationship to Him. VI. I hope I have been answering them all through my sermon. Learning, rightly apprehended, is not mere passive reception, as of water into a cistern, bringing with it all the accidents and impurities of roof or aqueduct. Stanford, D. D.)Oh, dost Thou ask who touched Thy garment? Simple as faith is, it is never-failing.IV. If the wonders which He wrought were not made known, the seals of His mission would have been concealed, and so would have lost much of their effect. Champness. He laid no injunction upon those whom He healed that they should tell every one of the marvel. Mark —1. Jairus had wife and daughter, and many friends. He said, "Go in peace." They fancy that salvation will come to them without their seeking it.2. If the wonders which He wrought were not made known, the seals of His mission would have been concealed, and so would have lost much of their effect. I will say nothing about it until I am sure;" — just as a great many persons, when they begin to feel the saving power of the Divine Spirit in their souls say, "I will not speak of this; I will wait; I will see what it is." III. IV. In addition to this, remember that the Saviour did not court publicity. Scarcely a man has ever been signally useful without the baptism of some great sorrow. The power of God moves in upon us at the touch of faith. Now, whatever our sins may have been, we can hardly be farther from hope than she. )She was not hidC. In His grace the Lord Jesus corrects and enlarges her conception; He disentangles the truth in it from the error. She frequently said to me, "Oh, what a training that was for me! Next, we saw that He called her forth to purify and strengthen her faith. Simpson on his death-bed told a friend that he awaited his great change with the contented confidence of a little child. )The HealerC. But I must warn you that none but those who come to Christ for salvation may hope that He is training them for eternity. So of all industry and useful art. It is the "touch" of indifference. For the good of others. Oh, no! Alden Davies.It is not often that we are able to perceive the full purpose of any one of God's dealings. Though no other can understand them, He can. )Men speak of killing two birds with one stone, but my Lord heals many souls on one journey.(C. Fasting and prayer and seclusion are his remedies. Let us inquire —I. The child grows. It changes the whole current and course of desire and feeling. SALVATION PROVIDED. Virtue is stored up in Him, and flows forth from Him at every touch of faith.(S. The look of the Lord on the profaned temple (Mark 11:11). This, more or less, is the experience of all who come to Christ. THERE ARE MANY HEMS OF THE GARMENT THROUGH WHICH WE CAN TOUCH THE DIVINE OMNIPOTENCE AND MERCY. Touch Jesus, and salvation is yours at once. (Preachers' Treasury. Deep waters are still. And there was another cause of joy too; she bad escaped the exposure she so much dreaded. This is the only effectual thing. But especially she had to do this for her own good. 1. If this woman concealed her cure others might do the same; and if they all did it, then Christ's commission would have no visible endorsement from the Lord God.2. THE YEARNING OF CHRIST FOR NEARER PERSONAL FELLOWSHIP WITH MEN. Notice, once again, that this woman touched the Master very tremblingly, and it was only a hurried touch, but still it was the touch of faith.II. This woman also came into contact with Christ under a very deep sense of unworthiness.4. She may have said, "How Can I speak of this? )Touches that do not touch; or contact without sympathyH. Would you have all Nature's beauties hid? Unfit for the struggle of existence which is their supreme business, they perish without ruth or remorse. Do you not think you owe something to the Church of God, which kept the gospel alive in the world for you to hear? 1. It will tend to make you feel your need more. I have known many persons cured of timidity by coming forward to confess Christ. Virtue has gone out of Me to ONE WHO HAS FAITH. The Lord knows it all already. Did she not feel that the benediction of Christ amply made up for the loss of secrecy? Do you not think that her public declaration was required for the good of our Lord's disciples? SPIRITUAL ENLIGHTENMENT. When I told him my symptoms, he said, 'I understand you, my dear fellow, you need a sedative. Suppose that this woman had supposed such a sad thing, and had said, "O Lord, I cannot confess that Thou hast healed me, for I do not know how I may be in six months' time." "Daughter, your faith has healed you. Spurgeon. Do not excuse yourselves through pretended humility. GENEROUS ENCOURAGEMENT. Besides, you owe it to yourselves. Note: HOW MANY UNKNOWN SUFFERERS ARE ABOUT US. In agriculture, what we call the bounty of nature, the gift outright, comes a long way short of what is needed even for merest comfort. W. Beecher.She was sick; and what is all the world worth when one is sick? Her courage. The blessing which was obtained. Stanford, D. D.)Oh, dost Thou ask who touched Thy garment? She had been literally dying for twelve years.1. She was shown a handle, and told to press upon it. We want the same living connection with Christ, and it is possible still.IV. II. So it has been, and so it shall be, in essence, to the end. Virtue is gone out of Me to one WHO MUST CONFESS THE TRUTH.(J. Our Lord also gave her an increased blessing after her confession. Let us next note, that this woman, having made her resolve, adopted the likeliest means she could think of. SALVATION PROVIDED. 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