10.10.4b For THOSE WHO HATE GOD: There is Punishment; “you child of the devil, you enemy of all Righteousness”

 WHEN:

The Judgment is Finished,

There is Punishment”,

IN STORE

FOR THOSE WHO HATE GOD.

An Interpretation and Application of

MANS FALL AND DEPRAVITY

to Whom it May Concern.

… 

As Adopted from:

The Character

and End of the Wicked,

Considered

2 SAMUEL 23:6-7

by John Gill

… 

“But the Sons of Belial

the Sons of SATAN ),

will be, all of them, as thorns thrust away:

 

because they cannot be taken with hands;

 but the man that will touch them,

must be fenced with iron,

and the staff of a spear:

 

and they will be utterly burned with fire

 in the same place.”

The words may be understood

very well of wicked men in common,

in addition to WICKED RULERS;

who may be all of them,

especially the most vile and abandoned, called

sons of Belial; as they often are in Scripture:

those who were so vile as to

go about to seduce the inhabitants of any city in Israel

to idolatry,

are called children of Belial (Deuteronomy 13:13).

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The sons of Eli are said to be sons of Belial,

being very wicked persons,

given up to lewdness,

and abandoned to all manner of wickedness.

 

So Nabal, a vile, churlish and ill-natured man,

is, by his servants, called a son of Belial.

 

Our master, say they, is such a son of Belial,

there is no living with him: nay,

 Abigail his wife, gave him the same name.

 

Those who stood up as witnesses against Naboth,

are called men of Belial,

 who made no conscience of anything;

having no fear of God before their eyes.

 

So many others of like complexion

are thus called in Scripture.

 

In this light

we may understand the passage before us:

 

  “But the sons of Belial,” wicked men,  

who are enemies to Christ,

the King before spoken of,

 

“will be all of them as thorns thrust away,

because they cannot he taken with hands;

 

but the man that will touch them

 must be fenced with iron,

and the staff of a spear;

 

and they will be utterly burned with fire

 in the same place.”

 

In which words we may observe,

The descriptive character of wicked men,

by their name,  

  Sons of Belial;

and by a comparison made of them, as thorns. 

The issue, end, punishment,

and utter destruction of these  

  Sons of Belial is that

they will be Thrust away, as thorns,  

and burned with fire in the same place.

 

This will be the end of the sons of Belial.

  We will consider the descriptive character

given of wicked men,  

  sons of Belial.  

 

Belial is thought to be a name of Satan.

 

This is generally supposed

to the sense of that passage,

2 Corinthians 6:15,

 

What concord has Christ with Belial ?

 

which means,

What Agreement

or Companionship does Jesus Christ

and His Spiritually Anointed

Eternally Re-Generated Children

( Born from ABOVE )

   

have with Spiritually Lost

  and

L I T E R A L LY –

GENIUNELY Spiritually DEAD

Infidel Un-Believers  

of the One and Only TRUE

and LIVING GOD )

2 Corinthians 6:14 

“Be not unequally yoked together

with unbelievers:

  for what fellowship hath righteousness   

  with unrighteousness ? 

 

 and what communion

hath light with darkness ?

6:15 And what concord

hath Christ with Belial ?

or what part has he

that believeth with an infidel ?

6:16 And what agreement

hath the temple of God with idols ?”

… 

2   that is, with Satan

as the etymology of the word suggests,   

 

agrees with him;

whether it signifies one without a

yoke, or one that is unprofitable,

or one that is in a low estate

 and never rises higher;

all agree with Satan and his angels.

 

  …

BELIAL, one without a yoke.

Satan and his principalities and powers,   

cast off the yoke of God; 

would not be subject to Him,

and to His laws;

threw off their allegiance to Him,

and apostatized from Him;

left their first state

and habitation,

set up a kingdom for themselves,

 and set a prince over them,

who in Scripture is called,

 

Beelzebub,

the Prince of Devils (Matthew 12:24).

 

These, by their apostasy,

became unprofitable to God,

and hurtful to men;

as in many instances appears:

and they, by their

sin, were brought

into so low a state and condition,

as never to rise from

thence:

they have been cast out of heaven

down to hell,

there they are, and

will never regain their former state,

or rise up to that honor and dignity

they before possessed as there is no place,

we are told, found for them in heaven

(Revelation 12:8).

 …

  BELIAL,

(as the original word signifies that which is

very wicked,  

abominable, and abandoned)

is a name which well suits this grand apostate,

who is emphatically in Scripture called,

the wicked one ( 1 John 5:18).

 

Now this Belial has sons or children,

seed or offspring.

 

It was threatened immediately

upon the fall of our first parents,

in which he had the chief hand,

that God would put enmity

between the seed of the woman,

and seed of the serpent;

the old serpent the devil, this Belial:

 

and we read of the children of the devil.

 

  In this the children of God

are manifest, says the apostle,

and the children of the devil,

by such and such things there

observed (1 John 3:10).

They are evidently distinguished one from the

other, and may be known

from their different actions and course of living.

 …

Children of the Devil.

Particularly this title is given to the worst

and vilest of men,

such who are notorious for any crime or crimes;

so the apostle

Paul gave it to Elymas,

who endeavored to pervert the Roman proconsul

from the right ways of God;

 

“you child of the devil,

you enemy of all righteousness”

(Acts 13:10).

 

And as children are of the same nature, 

and often appear to be of the same

disposition and temper as their parents, 

and alike in their practices; this

this appears in those

who are called the sons of Belial,

or children of the devil:

 

they are of their father the devil,

and they appear to be so, because the lusts

of their father they will do.

Is he a liar, and the father of lies?

 they are children that will lie; they

 go astray as soon as they be born,

speaking lies (Psalm 58:3).

 …

 Is he or she

a murderer from the beginning?

malicious,

revengeful, blood-thirsty?

this is their character,

 living in malice, hateful,

and hating one another (Titus 3:3).

… 

Cain is said to be that wicked one,

a child of Belial,

as appears by the slaying of his own brother.

But, as I have hinted,

this word Belial admits of various significations,

according to the different etymology

given of it by learned men, and all

agree with wicked men as when it

is thought to signify one without a yoke,

or one that is unprofitable, or one in a low estate,

and rises not from that

state; all well agree with wicked men,

the sons, or children, of Belial.

 …

They are without a yoke.

In whatever sense we may take this word,

or find it

used in Scripture,

(as sometimes it signifies

the chastening hand of God,

which he lays upon his own people,

 and which it becomes them

to bear quietly and patiently),

  it is good for a man, Jeremiah says,

that he should hear the yoke in his youth

 (Lamentations 3:27);

that is, the correcting, chastening hand of God.

 …

He should be inured to it,

by which he may learn

many things to his profit and advantage.

This yoke sometimes presses hard,

and is grievous to the flesh;

for no affliction is joyous, but grievous;

especially to a carnal man,

and even to the people of God,

when they are first exercised therewith.

… 

Thus Ephraim complains, that he was like a

bullock unaccustomed to the yoke;

impatient, and unwilling to bear it,

desirous of shaking it off,

and being delivered from it.

… 

Now wicked men, even in this sense,

may be said to be sons of Belial,

without a yoke;

because the rod of God is not upon them

(Job 21:9).

… 

The chastening,

correcting rod of God is not upon them;

that rod which is upon the back of the righteous,

which a wise man bears, and who has appointed it,

and receives instruction from it,

that rod is not upon the wicked;

they are without this rod, without this yoke.

 …

  They are not in trouble,

as other men (Psalm 73:5);  

not chastened as other men are,

even good men.

These are the wicked that

prosper in their wickedness,

as Asaph and Jeremiah observe,

 (Psalm 73; Jeremiah 12:1).

 …

God does not deal with these sons of Belial,

as with his own children;

he lays his rod, his yoke upon them;

  He scourges every son whom He receives.

If you be without chastisement, (says the apostle)   

  where all are partakers,

(that is, all the children of God),  

  then are you bastards, and not sons   (Hebrews 12:8);

… 

then you appear to be sons of Belial,

and not children of the living God:

for the sons of Belial are without this yoke,

without the fatherly chastisements,

and corrections of God.

 …

Or rather, we may consider the yoke

in a figurative sense,

as signifying rule and dominion,

whether human or divine.

… 

Sometimes it signifies the rule

and government of masters over servants.

  …

Let as many servants as are under the yoke,  

under the rule and government of their masters,

  count their own masters worthy of all honor.  

 …

Sometimes it signifies rule of a higher kind,

even regal power and government;

so the people of Israel requested of

Rehoboam, when he came to the throne,

that he would make their yoke lighter,

or his government easier,

than was the yoke or government of his father.

… 

Now this yoke, or government,

taken in a civil sense, is to be submitted to;

and all good men will be subject

to principalities and powers.

They will submit themselves

to every ordinance of man, which is not contrary

to the law of God and their own consciences:

but sons of Belial,

children without a yoke, are such as

  despise dominion, and speak evil of dignities 

 (Jude 7);

… 

and such as do so,

are in Scripture expressly called

the children of Belial.

… 

When Saul was chosen king, we are informed

 The children of Belial said,

how can this man save us (1 Samuel 10:27)?

 …

And they despised him, and gave him no presents,

which was usual at the

accession of a king to the throne,

by way of acknowledging him as their

king, and of their subjection to him;

but the sons of Belial would not do that.

 …

Divine rule or government,

may be signified by the yoke;

but wicked men, sons of Belial,

are without this yoke.

The ceremonial law is sometimes called a yoke,

which neither the Jews

nor their forefathers were able to bear,

as it consisted of various commands,

the breach of which rendered

persons liable to death;

and hence many were,

through fear of death, all

their life-time subject to bondage;

therefore,

it is no wonder it was to men,

especially to wicked men,

  a weariness;

as it is said to be, what a weariness is it ?

 (Malachi 1:13).

… 

And not only that,

but the moral law may be called a yoke;

it is biding upon all mankind.

… 

Our first parents had this law

written upon their hearts,

which was the rule of their obedience to God.

 …

They broke it, they cast away this yoke,

and apostatized from God; yet,

nevertheless,

there are some remains of it to be found,

even in the Gentiles

themselves;

who appear to have the work of the law

written in their hearts,

their conscience also bearing witness,

and their thoughts the mean while

accusing or else excusing one another.

… 

This law is of such a nature,

that every man is obliged by it;

for the sum and substance of this law is,

to love the Lord our God

with all our heart and with all our soul;

 and to love our neighbor as ourselves.

.. 

A good man, a man

that has the Grace of God implanted in him,

is very desirous to be under this yoke;

… 

for though those who believe in Christ

are delivered from the law,

in which they were held,

as it is a covenant of works

(for they are not under the law,

but under grace, and are delivered

also from the curse and bondage of it);

… 

yet they are under it as a rule of walk

and conversation,

in the hands of Christ,

delight in the law of God

after the inner man,

and serve it with all their hearts;

though with the flesh

they serve the law of sin,

… 

But as for wicked, carnal,

and unregenerate men, children of Belial,

they are without this yoke;

they cast it off, and do not

choose to have anything to do with it.

As for the wicked, says the

Psalmist, they are far from thy law:

far from it, indeed they do not care to

come nigh, or be under it;

they despise it, and cast it away from them.

… 

Instead of its being before them, to read it,

and meditate on it;

instead of

having it before them as the rule of their lives

and actions, they cast it

behind their backs,

determined to have nothing to do with it.

 …

God wrote to them the great things of his law,

but they are reckoned by them

as strange things.

Such is the enmity of the carnal mind against God

and his Law, that it is not subject to it,

neither indeed can be;

 there is such a contrariety

between the law of God and a wicked man.

 

The law is Holy, Just, and Good;

but he is carnal, and sold under sin,

in the worst sense of this expression:

it is, I say, quite contrary to him,

 and therefore the natural man disapproves of it,

despises it, casts it away from him;

and everything he does, thwarts

and contradicts this law.

 

 The thoughts

and the imagination of the thoughts of his heart,

are evil,

and that continually, which this law condemns.

 

His words and actions, as they are against the will,

so they are against the law of God;

every sin whatever, in thought, word,

and deed, is a transgression of this law:

 no carnal man is subject to it;

however he may be externally,

yet not internally, from the heart.

 

He cannot be so, unless his heart is changed;

unless the stony heart is taken

away, and an heart of flesh is given:

unless a new and right spirit is

renewed within him,

and the Spirit of God enable him to walk

in the statutes and judgments of the Lord,

to do them.

 

A man must have this law written in his heart,

by the Spirit of God,

or he will never be willing to obey it:

he must be made willing

in the day of the Lord’s power,

or he will never be contented

to hear the yoke of the law,

 but will be a son of Belial,

one that is without a yoke.

 

If this be the case of a wicked man,

as it certainly is,

that he is without the

yoke of God’s righteous law;

then we may be sure he must be without the

yoke of Christ,

and cannot bear that, though our Lord says,

 

Take my yoke upon you,

and I will give you rest for your souls;

 For my yoke is easy,

and my burden is light ( Matthew 11:30).

 

Now let this be understood either of the gospel,

or the ordinances of Christ, or indeed of both,

 

 a son of Belial is without the yoke;

he cannot bear the doctrines of it.

 

The Gospel, when it comes in Power,

and not in word only,

into the heart of a poor sinner,

 brings light and life along with it:

 

 such an one receives the truth in the love of it,

and receives the love of the truth:

 rejoices at it, is greatly delighted with it,

yields a professed subjection to it:

 

and, from the heart,

obeys that form of doctrine delivered to him;

for which the apostle expresses so much thankfulness

with respect to the Romans (Romans 6:17).

 

But to a wicked man, a son of Belial,

this is a galling yoke; he cannot bear it.

 

Of this, and the other Truth, he says,

This is an hard saying,

who can bear it ?”   

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is such a yoke he cannot put his neck

under; he cannot take it upon him.

Self-righteous persons cannot.

 

It is said of the Jews,

they went about

to establish their own righteousness,

and

submitted not to

The Righteousness of the Son of God;

they could not bend

their necks to this doctrine, this yoke,

as it may be called,

even a sinner’s justification before God,

by Christ’s imputed righteousness.

 

The doctrines of the gospel strike

not only at those principles that men value,

but at such practices as they are fond of,

and therefore they cannot bear this yoke:

 

“For the gospel of the grace of God,

which has appeared to all men,

teaches, that denying ungodliness and worldly lust,

men should live

soberly, righteously,

and godly in this present evil world:”

 

but these sons of Belial do not approve of it.

 

A wicked man cannot bear the ordinances of Christ,

though they are not grievous.

 

None of his commands are so to a good man,

one who has received the grace of God;

no, he readily yields obedience to them;

he makes haste (as the Psalmist says he did),

 to keep his commandments

he readily obeys them from the heart;

willingly, cheerfully, from love,

and in faith,

and without trusting to, or depending on,

a submission to these

ordinances in the business

of his justification before God,

and acceptance with him.

 

But wicked men

cannot bear this yoke of Christ’s ordinances;

their language is,

 

Let us break their bands asunder,

and east away their cords from us.

 

 They reject the counsel of God

against themselves,

as the scribes and Pharisees did,

who despised the baptism of John.

 

Thus we see, that this character Belial,

as it signifies one without a yoke,

 agrees with wicked men in common;

 

they are without the yoke

of the chastening hand of God;

without the yoke of the moral law;

 

and without the yoke of the gospel,

and the ordinances of Jesus Christ.

 

 Neither the one nor the other do

they care to submit their necks to.

 

Again, This word Belial, according to others,

signifies one that is unprofitable.

 

And this is the account

the apostle gives of all men in general,

Jews and

Gentiles,

that they are together become unprofitable

(Romans 3:12).

 

A wicked man, a son of Belial,

is unprofitable to God, unprofitable to men,

unprofitable to himself;

and indeed every man is unprofitable to God;

 

for, can a man be profitable to God? says Eliphaz,

 

  as he that is wise may be profitable to himself 

 (Job 22:2); no, he cannot.

 

Even a wise and good man, with all his goodness,

cannot be profitable to God;

for his goodness does not extend to him.

 

David says, My goodness extends not to You

(Psalm 16:2),

 or, can be of no avail to You, God;

for if a man’s way is righteous,

what gain is it to the Lord?

what does he ( God ) receive

at his ( man’s ) hands?

 

Nothing at all

that can be really beneficial to him ( God ),

 so as to lay him ( God ) under any obligation; for

 

who has first given to him ( God ),

and

it shall be recompensed to him ( man ) again?

 (Romans 11:35).

 

When a man has done all he can

in a way of righteousness, he has done but

what was his duty,

and must sit down and call himself

an unprofitable servant

Luke 17: 7, 17:8, 17:9, 17:10, with respect to God.

 

 Now if good men cannot be profitable to God,

certainly wicked men  cannot.  

 

Even though,

Good men may be profitable in glorifying God,

and causing others to glorify him;

or promote the Worship of the True God

as religion by their purses,

 or the gifts bestowed upon them,

but still no man can he profitable to God,

 

 to yield God such benefit

as can add to God’s essential glory and happiness;

for if any addition

could be made to God’s happiness,

he would not be a perfect being as he is.

 

Now if good men,

with all their goodness cannot be profitable to God,

surely wicked men cannot;

they are sons of Belial,

they are abominable in themselves,

and to every good work reprobate:

 nor are they profitable to men.

 

One good man

may be profitable to another,

even to wicked men:

 “the Righteousness of a man

may Profit the son of man,”

as Elihu owns (Job 35:8);

 

 and that is the reason the apostle gives,

as to why those who believe in Christ

should be careful to maintain good works,

  because these thing’s are good

and profitable to men   (Titus 3:8).

 

Though they are not profitable to God,

they are profitable to men;

they set good examples to them:

besides there are many things

in their Anointed Good Works inspired by God

 ( and performed through them, by God )

that are really beneficial to men.

 

Saints are the salt, of the earth:

and if there were no such persons,

the earth would lose its savor,

and be in a sad condition.

 

Many temporal advantages wicked men enjoy,

by means of good men;

and saints, in various ways,

are capable of serving one another in love:

 

but a wicked man, a son of Belial,

is good for nothing;

he is unprofitable

to the generation in which he lives.

 

Evil communications corrupt good manners:  

or men of evil communications,  

that are bad in their lives and conversations,

are hurtful among those with

whom they live, and with whom they converse.

 

They are also unprofitable to themselves.

 

 One that is wise and good,

may be profitable to himself,

as Eliphaz suggests in that aforementioned text,

(Job 22:2).

 

A truly wise man, that is so in a spiritual sense,

may be profitable to himself;

for godliness has gain annexed to it:

 it has the promise of this life,

and of that which is to come.

 

A wise and good man, building his house upon a rock,

is to his advantage;

 the house stands

against blustering storms and rains.

 

A man that has an interest in Christ,

as is the case with every wise and good man,

has gain thereby;

gain that is greater than that of gold and silver.

 

The wise virgins, having oil in their lamps,

it is profitable to them;

for, when the bridegroom comes,

they will not be at a loss for a lamp or oil,

but be invited

to come into the bride chamber with him.

 

But wicked men, the sons of Belial,

are not profitable to themselves;

 

for what fruit (says the apostle) had you

in those things whereof you are not ashamed?

(Romans 6:21); none at all, but quite the reverse.

 

Though a son of Belial, a wicked man, may be able,

by various means, licit or illicit,

to obtain a large share of the things of this life,

what will it be to him?

 

 what will it profit a man

if he gain the whole world,

and lose his own soul?

 

 he is a son of Belial, unprofitable.

 

There is another sense in the term Belial,

at which I have hinted,

and that is, it may signify one that is very low

and never will rise up

from that state to a higher one.

Man, by the fall was brought into a low estate,

a very low estate indeed:

which may be hinted at in the 136th Psalm,

 

( God )

Who remembered us in our low estate;

for his mercy endures forever.

 

Man was upon the pinnacle of honor,

but is become like the beasts that perish.

He is fallen from that pinnacle

into the pit wherein is no water,

into an horrible pit of mire and clay.

 

Some are raised out of it, to an high estate:

the children of God are.

The Lord lifts them up that are cast down;

GOD raises them up that fall:

 

  He raises up the poor out of the dust,  

and lifts up the beggar from the dunghill,

  to set them among princes,

and to make them inherit the throne of glory.  

 

These were raised up in Christ,

when he was raised from the dead:

are raised up in effectual vocation,

when their feet are set upon a rock,

and their goings established;

and will be raised to glory and happiness,

and sit on the same throne with Christ.

 

But these are the children of God:

 

as for the sons of Belial, they will never rise;

they are left in that low estate

into which sin has brought them.

 

One is taken, and the other left (Matthew 24:40).

 

These are the ninety-nine left in the wilderness:

they are left in this low estate,

and here they will live and die;

 

and in Hell, they will lift up their eyes,

and behold Lazarus in Abraham’s bosom.

 

Saints in heaven are in a raised condition;

but the sons of Belial will never rise thither.

 

No, there is a gulf fixed,

the immutable decree of God,

which they cannot pass;

so that they will never rise from their wretched state,

to that high estate of glory the saints are in:

 

 they are sons of Belial, without a yoke; or law,

and will never rise

to that high estate of honor and dignity.

 

These, in our text, are compared to thorns.

The sons of Belial will be as thorns:

to which wicked men

are often compared in Scripture.

 

  Though (says the Lord to Ezekiel)

briars and thorns be with thee,

 be not afraid of them (Ezekiel 2:6):  

though you be among wicked men,

comparable to briars and thorns.

 

So the church of Christ is said to be

as a lily among thorns (Song of Solomon 2:2).

 

Thorns bear into fruit.

 

Can men gather grapes of thorns?

they cannot expect it.

Wicked men are called the

   unfruitful works of darkness (Ephesians 5:11):

 

they bear no fruit,

have not the fruits of the Spirit of God,

neither His Grace in them,

nor His Righteousness upon them.

 

Like thorns they are hurtful, pricking,

and grieving to the saints and people of God.

 

They are so, by their lives and conversations:

so Lot’s righteous soul was vexed

with the filthy conversation of the wicked;

 

so the lives of Isaac and Rebecca

were made grievous and uneasy

 by the daughters of Heth,

by their manners and behaviors;

 

so David was in very distressing circumstances

 when he dwelt in Meshech,

and sojourned in the tents of Kedar;

 

and so the prophet Isaiah,

by being among a people of unclean lips,

 of which he complains, ( Isaiah 6:5).

 

Wicked men are like thorns to the people of God,

by their evil words and their ill speeches to them:

 

this is what is suggested in the passage

referred to in Ezekiel;

 “be not afraid of their words,

though briars and thorns be with thee:”

 

though the men you are with are like thorns,

pricking, grieving, and

distressing as briars and thorns;

yet be not afraid of them, or of their words.

 

The words of wicked men

are sometimes very sharp and cutting to

the people of God; especially

when they reproach them on the account of

their Worship in the True Religion of God

and in their God, as David says,

 

As with a sword in my bones,

mine enemies reproach me;

while they say to me daily, where is my God?

(Psalm 42:10).

 

So by their persecutions,

in one shape and another,

they are like thorns,

pricking and piercing the saints:

and even there are many sons of Belial,

who are professors of religion,

that are like thorns too;

 

compared to the thorny ground,

among whom the seed of the word is cast,

and which becomes unprofitable,

through the cares of the world

over-topping the seed sown.

 

Such are all those who will be rich,

and who are overreaching

in their business and occupation of life;

of whom it is said,

 

the best of them is a briar;

the most upright of them

is sharper than a thorn hedge ( Micah 7:4).

 

All slothful professors of religion,

who are slothful in business,

not fervent in spirit, serving the Lord,

are like the field of the sluggard,

covered with nettles and thorns.

 

So all such, whose lives and conversations are not as

becomes the gospel of Christ,

 these are as prickling thorns,

very grieving to the true professors of religion,

the children of God; of whom (the apostle says)

 

I have told you often, and now tell you, even weeping,

that they are the enemies of the cross of Christ

( Philippians 3:18).

 

In a word, all those who,

by evil principles and bad notions of religion,

apostatize from the truth of the gospel,

are by the apostle compared to the

earth which brings forth thorns and briers,

who are nigh to cursing and

their end to be burned (Hebrews 6:8).

 …

Is he, or she,

a murderer from the beginning ?

malicious,

revengeful, blood-thirsty ?

this is their character,

 living in malice, hateful,

and hating one another

(Titus 3:3).

For THOSE WHO HATE GOD:

There is Punishment

“you child of the devil,

you enemy of all Righteousness”

*****

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