Evil within will only yield to the expulsive power of the good.II. One is still more completely overcome of evil, when he settles down into confirmed hatred of the offender. And, in their sense, it is owing to a littleness of mind, while they who have studied human nature have observed that men of the weakest capacities are generally most liable to it. THIS IS THE ONLY EFFECTIVE METHOD. Some years ago a wicked sailor was engaged in tarring a vessel, and there came along an old Christian man. Vengeance is a weapon too dangerous for them to handle. For though you do not thus conquer the man's pride or ill nature, yet you conquer your own passions. Treat him gently.2. Now the other method is far better. We are overcome with evil if we indulge in a spirit of mere antagonism. Truth is not ours to trifle with; to keep it hidden lest some friend might be "offended with something in its appearance. Let one attack your character, and sure as life he hurts his own. (4) How then should we do in the ease of affronts and wrongs? Add to this, that there is something exceedingly preposterous and presumptuous in one sinful being's becoming the judge and executioner of another.VI. It saves life, but never destroys it.III. Waterland, D.D.The advice is short, comprised in a few words; but it is withal full and instructive, and carries a great deal of good matter in it. The guilty person was, of course, dreadfully afraid of his mighty foe. He asked and found pardon; he sought out the old man, confessed his fault, and received forgiveness. We who have had so much forgiven, must ourselves forgive. And he fancied that some other boy was mocking him, and became very angry. )Charity and kind offices, the best conquest over an enemyD. "Who are you?" Touching instances are afforded of the subduing efficacy of good in the history of Saul and David. Differences of opinion too often degenerate into personal antagonisms, and there are, besides, these offences which, in our imperfect state, always will arise. If evil assails you, and you only fight it with good, it cannot hurt you, you are invulnerable. 2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. It may only be a gleam of sunshine, preparatory to a terrible storm.X. Who is he that shall look this plain proposition in the face, and continue for another moment to foster rancour against an enemy?XII. You need not train your children to it; they will of their own accord beat the post against which they stumble. We who have had so much forgiven, must ourselves forgive. Must awaken shame.3. This is the only effective method in overcoming evil. (4) How then should we do in the ease of affronts and wrongs? Smedley, M.A. Lyth, D. D.)How to overcome an enemyW. An angry man is not only enslaved by his passions, but he is frequently overcome by his adversary. And he fancied that some other boy was mocking him, and became very angry. Taylor.On him that takes revenge, revenge shall be taken; and by a real evil he shall dearly pay for the goods that are but airy and fantastical. But is it possible to overcome evil with good?I. Thomas, D.D.These words imply —1. And where a man's convictions are strong, it is very hard for him to appreciate the position of those who differ from him, and unless there be restraining influence, there will naturally be a strong display of feeling. The other warfares in which men engage are very unpleasant from —1. This is essential to moral government.2. He who finds himself naturally addicted to passion ought to guard perpetually against the first tendencies to resentment in his mind.2. H. If one meets you who wears a shabby coat of ill-temper, your frowning won't make him lay it aside. The apostle, no doubt, had this in view when he declared that the gospel was the power of God. One is overcome of evil when he indulges designs of revenge. A passionate furious warrior neither sees an advantage nor knows how to use it; while he is all fire, and no conduct, he does but expose his forces, and at length becomes himself an easy prey to the enemy. That returning evil for evil looks like rough and ready justice I admit, but is any man prepared to stand before God on the same terms?2. There comes upon you sorrow and bereavement and loss, and your cry to kindly friends, who gather round you with their fussy sympathy, is, "Let me alone that I may bewail myself a little." He has subjugated his greatest enemy, and, as a consequence, is endowed with a vast power of resistance.II. You are a pretty neighbour, and a rich man, too, and going to shoot a poor man's sheep!" "Hallo!" The effort of the Christian should not be always to meet objections, but rather to exhibit the gospel in its own simplicity. A. Clark.A very good man once said, "If there is any one particular temper I desire more than another, it is the grace of meekness; quietly to bear ill-treatment, to forget and forgive; and at the same time that I am sensible I am injured, not to be overcome of evil, but to overcome evil with good." If we are apprehensive of future injuries from our enemy, what method so likely to indispose him to mischief? Vengeance is a weapon too dangerous for them to handle. He would have taught us how to give variously directed and specially adjusted blows elsewhere, so attacking the evil not by direct but indirect action. Instead of curing the original defect we have produced a second. It is brutishness; anger a dog, and he will be ready to fly at your face. And it is of such cases as these that I understand some Scripture-imprecations, if they be really such; which, besides, were pronounced by persons extraordinarily commissioned to imprecate, as from God. he cried. If we resist evil we are invariably injured. THE CHEAPEST WARFARE. The subdued rebel said, "I can't understand you Yankees: you fight us like devils, and then you treat us like angels. A Christian man is the noblest work of God, and one of his noblest features is readiness to forgive. In the great battle we may not deliver our shot and then step back, saying, "I have done my part." Hence we are concerned not only in the evil done to ourselves, but in that done anywhere.2. Whenever she followed the arms of the enemy it turned against her; her right hand forgot her cunning; she became the travesty of her former self — no longer in gorgeous array, going forth conquering and to conquer, but livid with the power of that evil with which she became incorporated. There is a greatness of mind shown in being above little piques and childish altercations. At the dawn of the age of mercy, a Pliny said, but had learned the sentiment from that very religion he affected to despise, "I esteem him the best good man, who forgives others, as though he were every day faulty himself; and who at the same time abstains from faults, as if he pardoned no one." 2. — Does that mean that thou shalt be taking the most effectual means of melting him into a state of penitences — "As artists melt the sullen ore of lead, By heaping coals of fire upon its head"? )The great conflictW. He may do him kind offices, without making a friend or a confidant of him; may oblige and serve him without running into his arms. Your natural impulse is to be just as cross in return. The apostle says, "Conquer it by good." SOME CONSIDERATIONS TO ENABLE MEN TO SUBDUE A REVENGEFUL TEMPER, AND TO PREVENT THE ILL EFFECTS OF IT.1. "Be six to his half dozen." If evil assails you, and you only fight it with good, it cannot hurt you, you are invulnerable. Answer: Ver. "Yes," Pulsifer replied, "I know. Tyson. God permits us not to revenge, or resent our own wrongs. Where it was flat before, now it is curved. THE IMPORT OF THE PRECEPT.1. The air became offensive from heat and wounds. Some of these were so amazed as to be unable to taste. H. This leads us on to that great evangelical motive, which is more weighty and persuasive than all those that have preceded it: "IF YE FORGIVE NOT MEN THEIR TRESPASSES, NEITHER WILL YOUR HEAVENLY FATHER FORGIVE YOU YOURS." You are a pretty neighbour, and a rich man, too, and going to shoot a poor man's sheep!" But those who are engaged in the best warfare are perfectly safe. The weapons here prescribed were the weapons which the Saviour Himself wielded in His terrific conflict against the kingdom of evil. Even under the Jewish dispensation instances of this virtue, as prompted by the native impulse of a pious or tender disposition, are not wanting. When he had attained the imperial purple he met the man who had used him ill. To which I answer that, were it really true that it carried this single inconvenience with it; yet, so long as there are innumerable conveniences on the other side, more than sufficient to counterbalance it, this single difficulty ought to be no objection against it. Christianity, it has been said, is deficient in the masculine virtues. "Give him a Roland for his Oliver." But no. Be it ours then to overcome evil with good. One of the sailor's mates said, "Jack, you could not provoke that man." "Ridiculous!" The delegate offered to put cologne on his handkerchief. S. Lloyd, who had asked permission to dedicate to her a sermon upon the assassination of the Chief Secretary, said: "The Dublin disclosures do indeed teach the awful lesson contained in the last verse of the third chapter of 2 Samuel. The ancient theory regarding disease was that the element of evil must be expelled at all costs, and the result of medical treatment was the utter weakening of the patient, his death often, in the endeavour to secure his cure. This unhappy result was perhaps the very design of the onset. OVERCOME EVIL WITH GOOD. It may be that the wrath of the foe has spent itself in the first assault. 20 says not so. We contract the internal disquietude and self-torment belonging to a malignant temper; we involve ourselves in the hazard of receiving present correction from above.XI. But a man of cool and steady courage, who does nothing precipitately, he is the man that maintains his ground, and comes off victorious in the end.2. That calumny which has humbled us in the opinion we had falsely conceived of ourselves, and reduced our mental stature to its just dimensions; any substantial injustice which has furnished us with experience of the deceitfulness of the world and introduced us to an acquaintance with true religion, ought surely to soften, even to dispel our ill-will towards the individual who hath been the unconscious bestower of these spiritual benefits.VII. Don't turn your back upon it and say, "It is no business of mine." Much may be pleaded on both sides. Our enemies are not worth putting ourselves out about, and ten minutes of a palpitating heart, and of a disturbed circulation, causes us greater real damage in body than an enemy could inflict in seven years. Promotes on earth the happiness of heaven.(J. In the sieges of those days soldiers used great battering rams to knock down the walls. The spirit of appreciation, the spirit of imitation — these are the secrets of power.3. At last one of them arose (one of the heathen leaders), declared himself no longer a follower of helpless idols, stated his cruel intentions had he been successful, but that this utterly unlooked-for kindness of the Christians had fairly overcome him, so that he could only admire their humanity and mercy. There was once a quarrel between the wind and the sun. If we try to conquer by kindness or love, we are imitating God. He died for enemies, and slew the enmity of man through His Cross, thus converting an enemy into a friend — the highest and completest victory imaginable.(W. This view of the subject suggests another of similar nature; I mean THE PROPRIETY OF REGARDING THE WOUND WE HAVE SUSTAINED AS HAVING PROCEEDED ORIGINALLY FROM GOD; and him whom we call our enemy as no more than the weapon of Divine justice which chastises, or of Divine goodness which seeks our amendment. The question is, How are we to deal with it so as to produce the best results? BE NOT OVERCOME OF EVIL. In the sieges of those days soldiers used great battering rams to knock down the walls. This leads us on to that great evangelical motive, which is more weighty and persuasive than all those that have preceded it: "IF YE FORGIVE NOT MEN THEIR TRESPASSES, NEITHER WILL YOUR HEAVENLY FATHER FORGIVE YOU YOURS." The troops came riding to the town, and found the gates open as on ordinary occasions. Alexander, Caesar, and Napoleon, tried to conquer the world by power, but they did not succeed. — Does that mean that thou shalt be taking the most effectual means of melting him into a state of penitences — "As artists melt the sullen ore of lead, By heaping coals of fire upon its head"? The true language of charity is, "Hold your own opinions firmly; I may not be able to accept them, but I will believe your sincerity. They went further — they prepared a sumptuous feast, and asked the captives to sit down and partake. THIS IS THE DIVINELY PRACTISED METHOD.1. In olden times the sword was the principal weapon in war, and soldiers used to learn to do very wonderful feats. To the new nature or the animal in us? The Scripture bids us be kind and generous; and yet bids us also beware of ill men, and not to deliver ourselves up thoughtlessly into their hands. Touching instances are afforded of the subduing efficacy of good in the history of Saul and David. HOW MAY WE SAVE OURSELVES FROM THE SHAME AND INJURY OF BEING THUS VANQUISHED?1. But a man of cool and steady courage, who does nothing precipitately, he is the man that maintains his ground, and comes off victorious in the end.2. That there is yet another kind of conquest to be obtained, by persevering in doing good against evil. If one treats us unkindly we must treat him well. Pulsifer looked confounded, and, when he found that Ladd was in earnest, said, "The sheep sha'n't trouble you any more. His command to fight evil after His own example may be taken as a certain guarantee of His presence and assistance. You may have to fight single-handed, but with the power which backs you, you can do that. How we may overcome it.II. "Who is he that can harm you, if ye be followers of that which is good?"3. Are you going to meet that with the everlasting "Nay"? The troops came riding to the town, and found the gates open as on ordinary occasions. Overcome, or be overcome. "Give him as good as he sends." A Christian man is the noblest work of God, and one of his noblest features is readiness to forgive. A revengeful passionate man is in danger of being overcome in a yet worse sense; he is in danger of being hurried into such crimes as will not only affect his peace and reputation at present, but will hazard his eternal happiness hereafter.II. With the same measure that we mete, it shall be measured to us again.III. Let a man take an earnest, upright, straightforward course, and he may expect to have some foes. Much liberty is afforded us in the choice of our weapons, for we are only confined to the world of good; and that is very large. But the hardest feat was to cut through a down pillow. Romans 12:19-20 Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord. Bible Gateway Recommends. The pain and suffering. Did this heathen feel that his dignity lifted him above the meanness of revenge? For what is your idea about evil? He who would designedly injure us does himself a greater injury. Then came God manifest in the flesh, and men have since found in Him who is to be loved and reverenced, that there was the good that was to expel the evil.II. HOW MAY WE SAVE OURSELVES FROM THE SHAME AND INJURY OF BEING THUS VANQUISHED?1. "Who is he that can harm you, if ye be followers of that which is good?"3. If you can do no more you can be a Noah or an Elijah. The spirit of Christianity has by degrees overcome this evil, but even now to be gentle is considered to be unworthy of a man of spirit. Take the physical sphere. A Christian man is the noblest work of God, and one of his noblest features is readiness to forgive. )Value of indirect effortsHerbert Spencer.You see that this wrought-iron plate is not flat; it sticks up a little towards the lips — "cockles," as we say. A Christian is but a pardoned rebel, and may not avenge himself. The troops came riding to the town, and found the gates open as on ordinary occasions. THE EXCELLENCE OF IT.1. The officer, bursting into tears, said, "I have no handkerchief." (d)Ye may overcome him that wrongs you (ver. If he desert not his position, his supplies cannot be cut off. It is a mistake to say that these are now more numerous or formidable than they were. Malignity is unhappiness.IX. or is there an allusion to the melting of wax; or to the hardening of clay; or to the practice of throwing firebrands upon the heads of besiegers of cities? This is a most natural procedure. It is never worth while to do evil that good may come. Envy will raise up some who grudge him every honour. I would rather, as far as I reverently may, adopt the Lord's prayer on the Cross — 'Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.' A slanderous report is repeated and magnified, because it has been wrathfully contradicted.3. Like begets like the whole universe through. But a question here arises by the way, whether, after a man has referred his cause to God, laying aside all thoughts of revenging himself, he may then pray to God to avenge him, or may take pleasure in observing that the Divine vengeance has fallen down upon his adversary. )On conduct under wrongsJ. To shrink from the faithful exposure of error, lest the feelings of some should be wounded, to talk as though sincerity were everything, this is to abuse liberty, and thus to be overcome with evil.3. With the same measure that we mete, it shall be measured to us again.III. The pain and suffering. But to do that is to own yourself beaten, and no Englishman likes to be defeated. But a question here arises by the way, whether, after a man has referred his cause to God, laying aside all thoughts of revenging himself, he may then pray to God to avenge him, or may take pleasure in observing that the Divine vengeance has fallen down upon his adversary. The Christian ought to be unconquerable, for he has an inexhaustible power to resist all onsets. This is the return fire, and it cannot but eventually silence the enemy's guns and that without slaying the gunners. )Value of indirect effortsHerbert Spencer.You see that this wrought-iron plate is not flat; it sticks up a little towards the lips — "cockles," as we say. But His answer was No! )How to conquer evilG. By his passions, which subdue his reason. Nor is there the slightest necessity for employing foreign arms, seeing that the most effective are manufactured in our own country. A traveller had just set out well wrapt up in a warm overcoat, and the wind challenged the sun to see which of them could make him take off his coat. That there is yet another kind of conquest to be obtained, by persevering in doing good against evil. What seems to me to come nearest to the truth, is as follows: The peace of the world is much concerned in this — that we never avenge ourselves but refer all vengeance to God. (children's sermon): — One of our most familiar proverbs tells us that "two blacks do not make a white," which means that whether other people do right or wrong, we must always try to do right. "Upon the wicked He shall rain snares," etc. Tyson. Lyth, D.D. Beast-like. Malignity is unhappiness.IX. The evil of enmity towards Him He overcomes by the good of His love toward it. Then the wind acknowledged that the sun was mightier. You may have to fight single-handed, but with the power which backs you, you can do that. (Harry Jones, M.A. It will probably be of use to the persons for whose service this discourse is intended, to let them know the opinion of wise men concerning this spirit of revenge. But is it possible to overcome evil with good?I. Can evil be overcome by evil, error by error, selfishness by, selfishness, anger by anger, etc.? Bear with patience.2. THE DUTY IS PLAIN —1. Trapp. Or should our adversary be a stranger to these delicate sensations, it will be yet well to remember, that THE MORE DESTITUTE HE IS OF VIRTUE, SO MUCH THE MORE IS HE AN OBJECT OF DIVINE DISPLEASURE. You cannot challenge the victorious and eternal laws of God, and you can only meet and overcome the evil by the good.3. This is the concurring opinion both of ancient poets and philosophers; and hence it was, no doubt, that a great man observed, "that the vulgar wrote their injuries on marble, but their benefits on sand." Taken in its connection, the text gives prominence to suffering. (2)Those who end their quarrels in blows and fightings (Matthew 26:52; Galatians 5:19-21. Beast-like. The danger. Surely we cannot allow the lower part of our triple nature to dictate to our heaven-born spirit. S.R. But it may be said, "Hatred of evil is not victory over it; and it is an imbecile kind of virtue which contents itself with indignation and does not apply itself to some remedy." 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