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Post  Admin on Thu 11 Apr 2019, 10:22 pm

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"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:6-7.

While in prison-
Paul penned precious words about the sufficiency of Christ. 

We tend to attach the idea of contentment to beach vacations and mountain retreats-
- but the apostle wrote that we are not to be anxious in any place or at any time, because we have the Lord's peace.

Contentment is the believer's birthright!

Peace is part of the spiritual fruit that's ours when we trust in the Saviour. Gal. 5:22. 
Scripture describes it as an inner peace that passes all understanding. v.7.

Jesus lived through conflict with a sense of inner quiet-
- and because of His indwelling Spirit, that remarkable calm also belongs to God's children. 

That is important because there are times when we come across a problem with no earthly solution. 
In situations like that, we learn that self-sufficiency is a lie. 

We can't cope alone, but Christ is enough for us.

Here is the flip side of the coin: 
"'There is no peace for the wicked,' says the LORD." Isa. 48:22. 

Modern culture slaps the word wicked onto only the most vile of actions and people-
- but God's definition is much broader. 

The wicked are those who willfully reject His right to forgive their sins and take Lordship over their life. 
If you are not a believer, you cannot experience true and lasting contentment.

When we are born again-
- we become children of the living God and rightful heirs to every good thing that He has to offer. John 3:3-8.

This includes the deep, inner peace and joy that can withstand any trial. 
What can man do to the one who belongs to the Lord? Heb. 13:6.
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Post  Admin on Wed 10 Apr 2019, 11:16 am

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So let’s revisit

"They received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true. Acts 17:11".

The people in Berea, as our text explains, carefully examined the Scriptures to make sure Paul’s teaching was true.

When I was a young pastor-
- I liked to think I knew a lot about Scripture. 

I had studied, and I knew many of the important teachings of the Bible. 

Today I am older and hopefully a little wiser. 
I know now how little I knew back then, and I realize how little I still know today, after years of studying and teaching. 

The Bible has so much to teach us that we keep learning as we grow in faith..

In Paul’s day, the people in Berea didn’t have the Bible as we know it. 
They had the Hebrew Scriptures that make up the Old Testament in our Bibles today. 

So, to examine Paul’s teaching about Jesus as Saviour-
- they had to do some heavy study of Isaiah and other prophecies. 

I picture them pondering and having discussions at tables with scrolls unrolled—and then exclaiming-
“Paul’s right—listen to this!”

Many years later, in 1618-19, a gathering of church leaders searched God’s Word as the Bereans had done. 
They needed to know if some teachings by other leaders were true. 

And their findings, known as the Canons of Dort, still help us today in stating the bedrock truths about salvation from sin. 
So let’s revisit those truths this month as a way of celebrating that helpful work—and especially God’s gift of salvation!

"Lord, thank you for your Word of truth. Help us seek the truth and to share your good news of salvation everywhere. Amen."
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Post  Admin on Thu 04 Apr 2019, 2:11 pm

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"They received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if what Paul said was true. Acts 17:11".

The people in Berea, as our text explains, carefully examined the Scriptures to make sure Paul’s teaching was true.

When I was a young pastor-
- I liked to think I knew a lot about Scripture. 

I had studied, and I knew many of the important teachings of the Bible. 

Today I am older and hopefully a little wiser. 
I know now how little I knew back then, and I realize how little I still know today, after years of studying and teaching. 

The Bible has so much to teach us that we keep learning as we grow in faith.

In Paul’s day, the people in Berea didn’t have the Bible as we know it. 
They had the Hebrew Scriptures that make up the Old Testament in our Bibles today. 

So, to examine Paul’s teaching about Jesus as Saviour-
- they had to do some heavy study of Isaiah and other prophecies. 

I picture them pondering and having discussions at tables with scrolls unrolled—and then exclaiming-
“Paul’s right—listen to this!”
Many years later, in 1618-19, a gathering of church leaders searched God’s Word as the Bereans had done. 
They needed to know if some teachings by other leaders were true. 

And their findings, known as the Canons of Dort, still help us today in stating the bedrock truths about salvation from sin.

So let’s revisit those truths this month as a way of celebrating that helpful work—and especially God’s gift of salvation!

"Lord, thank you for your Word of truth. Help us seek the truth and to share your good news of salvation everywhere. Amen."
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Post  Admin on Thu 28 Mar 2019, 10:32 pm

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"We must through many tribulations enter the kingdom of God." Acts 14:22.

We don't always like to read a verse like that. 

We would rather the passage read-
"Through many days of perpetual happiness we enter the kingdom of God." 

But that isn't Scripture, and that isn't life. 
Trials and tribulations will come. 

Job said it well: 
"Mortals, born of woman, are of few days and full of trouble." Job 14:1.

Jesus once told a story about two men who built two homes. 
They may have been built at the same time, close together, and even with the same floor plan. 

One of the builders, however, erected his home on shifting sand, while the other built on a stable rock foundation.

Then the storms came, hitting both of those houses—hard! 
The house that had been built on sand collapsed and fell in upon itself, while the one built on the rock stood firm. 

The obvious moral of the story is to build your life on a foundation that will last-
- like the one we find in the pages of God's Word.

But here's an application we sometimes miss: 

The storm came to both lives. 
The wind beat on both houses. 
The rain poured on both building sites. 
The man who was wise and carefully chose a stable foundation got hit with the same hurricane-force winds as the man who foolishly took shortcuts and didn't bother to plan ahead.

We all will experience storms in life. 

Good things will happen to us as well as tragic and inexplicable things. 
Every life will have its share of pain. 

Even so, we have a God who, despite the worst tragedy, can bring good out of bad. 
That is not to say that God will make bad good because bad is bad. But it is to say that good can come out of bad. 

As Romans 8:28 affirms-
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose." 

Life is a process, and as finite beings who live moment to moment, we can't see around the bend. 
We can't discern God's ultimate purposes. 

But we can know that the ultimate result will be good...
- because He is good.
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Post  Admin on Sat 23 Mar 2019, 12:31 am

Remain Accountable
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"So then, each of us will give an account of himself to God." Romans 14:12.
In Romans 14 Paul tackled one of the most divisive issues in the young church. 

Dietary restrictions were a key boundary and distinctive in Jewish piety. 

The issue of eating meat sacrificed to idols seems minor in our culture-
- yet in the first century this debate was of major theological importance.

In today’s passage Paul told Christians not to look down upon or criticize a brother for his decisions before the Lord. 

Among other things, Paul reminded them that each person would give account of himself to God. 
Neither of the groups in Rome had the right to condemn the other. 

Neither group had responsibility for the practice or opinion of others. 
However, everyone had personal responsibility for his or her own behaviour and practice.

Today, differences exist between Christians over church practices. 

For example, one church worships with contemporary music; another sings only hymns. 

Each person is accountable for his attitudes and actions toward others-
- including those who practice their faith in different ways.

"Father, help me remain accountable to You for my attitudes and actions toward others who are different.
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Post  Admin on Thu 21 Mar 2019, 7:45 pm

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"So then, each of us will give an account of himself to God." Romans 14:12.

In Romans 14 Paul tackled one of the most divisive issues in the young church. 

Dietary restrictions were a key boundary and distinctive in Jewish piety. 

The issue of eating meat sacrificed to idols seems minor in our culture-
- yet in the first century this debate was of major theological importance.

In today’s passage Paul told Christians not to look down upon or criticize a brother for his decisions before the Lord. 

Among other things, Paul reminded them that each person would give account of himself to God. 
Neither of the groups in Rome had the right to condemn the other. 

Neither group had responsibility for the practice or opinion of others. 
However, everyone had personal responsibility for his or her own behaviour and practice.

Today, differences exist between Christians over church practices. 

For example, one church worships with contemporary music; another sings only hymns. 

Each person is accountable for his attitudes and actions toward others-
- including those who practice their faith in different ways.

"Father, help me remain accountable to You for my attitudes and actions toward others who are different."
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Post  Admin on Fri 15 Mar 2019, 7:29 pm

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"About food offered to idols: We know that “we all have knowledge.” Knowledge inflates with pride, but love builds up." 1 Corinthians 8:1.

Knowing the truth and then applying it are different. 

In today’s passage the apostle Paul stated he knew the truth regarding meat sacrificed to idols. 

He also knew he needed to apply this truth to the church at Corinth very carefully-
- deferring to the consciences of new believers whose faith was immature and would not allow them to eat the meat.

Most likely they had worshiped idols prior to becoming Christians. 
In their minds, eating meat that had been sacrificed to idols was tantamount to idol worship. 

Paul had a choice. 

He could become “puffed up” with pride because he knew God’s truth regarding the matter. 
Or he could love the Corinthians, balancing his acceptance of their immaturity with their need to grow spiritually.

We face similar choices. 

Will we be prideful or helpful as we interact with our brothers and sisters in Christ? 
Love enlightens us, enabling us to defer to others and minister to them in ways that meet their true needs as they grow in their relationship with Christ and us.

"Father, help me to look beyond myself and see other believers through the ​​​​​​​​​​lens of Your love​!​"
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Post  Admin on Mon 11 Mar 2019, 9:57 pm

Keep digging!

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"And the LORD shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not." Isaiah 58:11.

During the Great Depression, poverty swept across America like a whirling tornado, ripping up dreams and scattering hopes to the wind. 

One such poverty twister hit a small part of Texas where a man named Yates ran a sheep ranch. 
Struggling even to keep food on the table, Yates and his wife did all they could to survive. 

Finally, they had to accept a government subsidy or lose their home and land to the creditors.

One day, in the midst of this bleakness, a geologic crew from a large oil company came knocking. 
With Yates' permission, they wanted to drill a wildcat well on his property, promising him a large portion of the profits if they struck oil. 

"What could I lose?" thought Yates, and he signed the papers.

The oil crew immediately set up the machinery and began drilling. 

Five hundred feet down, they came up dry. 

Eight hundred feet, dry. 

One thousand feet they sunk the shaft, and still no oil. 

Finally, at a little over eleven hundred feet, they tapped into one of the richest oil reserves in Texas. 

The hole sprayed its black wealth high into the air, and soon the well was pumping eighty thousand barrels of oil a day.
Overnight, Yates and his family became millionaires. 

His property, once called Yate's Field, became known as Yate's Pool.. 
And soon hundreds of oil wells dotted the land where once only sheep grazed..

What if they had stopped at a thousand feet?

I believe that there is a well of blessing within us that is just waiting to be found. 
And the victory will only come when we dig for it. 

We need to to press in when the circumstances look their bleakest! 
We need to believe that the blessing is there for the taking and not stop when we get discouraged and don't see the fruit of our labour! 
We need to expect great things and rich oil in the Spirit! 

Because this is what the Lord has for each one of us!

Our breakthrough is just under our feet! 
Be encouraged! 
Keep digging! 
God has more in store than you can imagine!
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Post  Admin on Thu 07 Mar 2019, 9:17 pm

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"And the LORD shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not." Isaiah 58:11.

During the Great Depression, poverty swept across America like a whirling tornado, ripping up dreams and scattering hopes to the wind. 

One such poverty twister hit a small part of Texas where a man named Yates ran a sheep ranch. 
Struggling even to keep food on the table, Yates and his wife did all they could to survive. 

Finally, they had to accept a government subsidy or lose their home and land to the creditors.

One day, in the midst of this bleakness, a geologic crew from a large oil company came knocking. 
With Yates' permission, they wanted to drill a wildcat well on his property, promising him a large portion of the profits if they struck oil. 

"What could I lose?" thought Yates, and he signed the papers.

The oil crew immediately set up the machinery and began drilling. 

Five hundred feet down, they came up dry. 

Eight hundred feet, dry. 

One thousand feet they sunk the shaft, and still no oil. 

Finally, at a little over eleven hundred feet, they tapped into one of the richest oil reserves in Texas. 

The hole sprayed its black wealth high into the air, and soon the well was pumping eighty thousand barrels of oil a day.

Overnight, Yates and his family became millionaires. 

His property, once called Yate's Field, became known as Yate's Pool. 
And soon hundreds of oil wells dotted the land where once only sheep grazed.

What if they had stopped at a thousand feet?

I believe that there is a well of blessing within us that is just waiting to be found. 
And the victory will only come when we dig for it. 

We need to to press in when the circumstances look their bleakest! 
We need to believe that the blessing is there for the taking and not stop when we get discouraged and don't see the fruit of our labour! 
We need to expect great things and rich oil in the Spirit! 

Because this is what the Lord has for each one of us!

Our breakthrough is just under our feet! 
Be encouraged! 
Keep digging! 
God has more in store than you can imagine!
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Post  Admin on Sat 02 Mar 2019, 10:50 pm

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Blocks

"Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God." Hebrews 12:1-2.

While everyone wants to feel like a success-
- many—if not most—people do not see themselves that way. 

You may find this surprising-
- but a lot of Christians don't consider themselves successful either.

Dread!
One culprit is fear. 

We may think we lack ability or have insufficient experience to achieve a task God has given us. 
As a result, fear can become a dominant emotion. 

Instead of seeing ourselves as moving forward, we begin to visualize our failure. 
Might that be the case with you when you picture your future?

Doubt!
Another block to success is doubt. 

It makes us question our thinking, our God-given abilities, and even His direction. 

If we do not know what the Lord says in His Word-
- we may find it hard to understand what He is asking of us personally. 

Doubt can cause us to question whether or not the direction is from Him. 

Furthermore, past failures and guilt over prior mistakes can create doubt, just as critical comments from others can impede us. 
Has doubt slipped into your thinking?

Disobedience!
Success can also be hindered by the excuses we offer for not doing what God has asked. 

Adam blamed Eve; Eve blamed the serpent. 
Moses said he was not good at public speaking. 

What excuses have you been offering lately?

There are ways to remove success blockers. 

Counter your fear with the truth of Scripture; remember you have received a spirit of power from the Lord. 2 Tim. 1:7.
And invest time in deepening your relationship with God so you will believe His instructions and obey
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"Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God." Hebrews 12:1-2.

While everyone wants to feel like a success-
- many—if not most—people do not see themselves that way. 

You may find this surprising-
- but a lot of Christians don't consider themselves successful either.

Dread!
One culprit is fear. 

We may think we lack ability or have insufficient experience to achieve a task God has given us. 
As a result, fear can become a dominant emotion. 

Instead of seeing ourselves as moving forward, we begin to visualize our failure. 
Might that be the case with you when you picture your future?

Doubt!
Another block to success is doubt. 

It makes us question our thinking, our God-given abilities, and even His direction. 

If we do not know what the Lord says in His Word-
- we may find it hard to understand what He is asking of us personally. 

Doubt can cause us to question whether or not the direction is from Him. 

Furthermore, past failures and guilt over prior mistakes can create doubt, just as critical comments from others can impede us. 
Has doubt slipped into your thinking?

Disobedience!
Success can also be hindered by the excuses we offer for not doing what God has asked. 

Adam blamed Eve; Eve blamed the serpent. 
Moses said he was not good at public speaking. 

What excuses have you been offering lately?

There are ways to remove success blockers. 

Counter your fear with the truth of Scripture; remember you have received a spirit of power from the Lord. 2 Tim. 1:7.
And invest time in deepening your relationship with God so you will believe His instructions and obey.
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Post  Admin on Sun 24 Feb 2019, 12:19 am

Gaps

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Has God given you a vision that is as yet unfulfilled? 

Has He assigned you a task that remains incomplete-
- though you've done everything you know to do?

When the Lord creates “gaps” in our life-
- such waiting periods are designed for His specific purposes. 

Sometimes they are meant to prepare us for His pre-ordained answer. 

He may be waiting to fulfill His plan-
- because in the meantime there is something He needs to take care of
- perhaps a rough edge that must be smoothed 
- or a relationship that must be restored
- before He will fully accomplish His purposes. 

He may also be testing our faith by plumbing its depths and expanding its borders so He can prove Himself faithful. 
Or He may be using a dry period as an occasion for correction: 
God will not reward a saint who is living in rebellion.

Wait upon the Lord while He prepares us for His answers. 

It is imperative that we pray and trust God during these periods. 
We should not act until we’re certain that we have heard from Him. 

In fact, it can be dangerous to listen to others instead of the Lord. 

Even people with godly intentions can be wrong—look at Abram’s poor decisions after listening to the seemingly solid logic of his wife. 
The result was that Sarai’s handmaiden Hagar conceived Abram’s child, which certainly was not part of the Lord’s preferred plan.

Anything other than God’s plan carried out God’s way and in God’s timing amounts to self-reliance. 

Depend on His Spirit when deciding how to proceed.
Any other course of action can lead to serious and lasting repercussions


Real love!

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"Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love." 1 John 4:8.

February is the month when you hear about love. 
Valentines, candies, and flowers are everywhere you turn. 

Today, February 14, is the day we’ve chosen to celebrate the ones we love.

But what is real love? 

It’s not lust or an emotion, or merely a sentimental state of mind. 
There is romantic love, and the love of family and friends. 

But, the Bible tells us the highest love is not based on feelings, but a commitment of our will. 

This love is patient and kind. 
It’s not envious or arrogant or rude. 
It’s not selfish or easily angered. 
It doesn’t keep a record of how others have wronged us. 
It puts up with a lot and endures with hope. 
It doesn’t run away when the going gets tough.

Real love never stops loving. 

God IS love – real love!
He shows us this love through the life and sacrificial death of Jesus Christ. 

Have faith in Him and you can experience true love. 
His love will empower you to show real love to others.
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Truth

One of the most profound and eternally significant questions in the Bible was posed by an unbeliever. 

Pilate-
- the man who handed Jesus over to be crucified—turned to Jesus in His final hour and asked, “What is truth?” 

It was a rhetorical question, a cynical response to what Jesus had just revealed: 
“I have come into the world, that I should bear witness to the truth.” John 18:37.

Two thousand years later, the whole world breathes Pilate’s cynicism. 

To some, truth is subjective, the individual world of preference and opinion. 
Others believe truth is a collective judgment, the product of cultural consensus. 

Here’s a simple definition drawn from what the Bible teaches: 
Truth is that which is consistent with the mind, will, character, glory and being of God.

When Jesus said of Himself, “I am...the truth”-
He was thereby making a profound claim about His own deity. 
He was also making it clear that all truth must ultimately be defined in terms of God and His eternal glory. 

After all, Jesus is “the brightness of (God’s) glory and the express image of His person.” Hebrews 1:3.

How you respond to the truth God has revealed is an issue of eternal significance. 

To reject and rebel against the truth of God results-
- in darkness, folly, sin, judgment and the never-ending wrath of God. 

To accept and submit to the truth of God is-
- to see clearly, 
- to know with certainty, and 
- to find life everlasting.

"Heavenly Father, help me to remember every day that profound truth lies in You and Your Word. Please help me to stand bold in Your strength and to submit to Your truth daily. In Jesus’ Name. Amen."



There’s a better way!

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" For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters.And those he predestined, he also called; those he called, he also justified; those he justified, he also glorified." Romans 8:29-30. 

The Lord at times works our circumstances to humble us. 
By doing so, He reveals how dependent we are on Him for victorious living. 

This is how He eliminates the idol of self-effort from our pursuit of holiness. 
It is also His way of achieving other purposes in our lives.

Our heavenly Father has more in mind than simply exposing the weakness of our flesh—that is simply a means to something greater. 
He intends to put us on display for all eternity as examples of His grace and goodness. 

He wants the angels to see the body of Christ and stand in awe before this dazzling demonstration of His handiwork.

What would you and I need to do to qualify for this purpose? 
Is there any way we can possibly understand the full scope of His designs for our lives? 
What must be done so that we may live in the fullness of everything He has in mind for His children?

We don’t have all the answers to these questions. 

As a result, we have difficulty understanding why God at times allows us to fail. 

If we could only see the glorious final product He has in mind-
- we would gladly abandon our self-effort and yield to His transforming power. 

But instead, we often insist on doing things our way. 

And as long as we remain in this mode of thinking-
God will allow us to fail.

There’s a better way! 
It is simply to live by faith-
- trusting the Holy Spirit within us every moment of every day to conform us to the likeness of God’s Son Jesus Christ.
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Has God given you a vision that is as yet unfulfilled? 

Has He assigned you a task that remains incomplete-
- though you've done everything you know to do?

When the Lord creates “gaps” in our life-
- such waiting periods are designed for His specific purposes. 

Sometimes they are meant to prepare us for His pre-ordained answer. 

He may be waiting to fulfill His plan-
- because in the meantime there is something He needs to take care of
- perhaps a rough edge that must be smoothed 
- or a relationship that must be restored
- before He will fully accomplish His purposes. 

He may also be testing our faith by plumbing its depths and expanding its borders so He can prove Himself faithful. 
Or He may be using a dry period as an occasion for correction: 
God will not reward a saint who is living in rebellion.

Wait upon the Lord while He prepares us for His answers. 

It is imperative that we pray and trust God during these periods. 
We should not act until we’re certain that we have heard from Him. 

In fact, it can be dangerous to listen to others instead of the Lord. 

Even people with godly intentions can be wrong—look at Abram’s poor decisions after listening to the seemingly solid logic of his wife. 
The result was that Sarai’s handmaiden Hagar conceived Abram’s child, which certainly was not part of the Lord’s preferred plan.

Anything other than God’s plan carried out God’s way and in God’s timing amounts to self-reliance. 

Depend on His Spirit when deciding how to proceed.
Any other course of action can lead to serious and lasting repercussions.
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" For those God foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters.And those he predestined, he also called; those he called, he also justified; those he justified, he also glorified." Romans 8:29-30. 

The Lord at times works our circumstances to humble us. 
By doing so, He reveals how dependent we are on Him for victorious living. 

This is how He eliminates the idol of self-effort from our pursuit of holiness. 
It is also His way of achieving other purposes in our lives.

Our heavenly Father has more in mind than simply exposing the weakness of our flesh—that is simply a means to something greater. 
He intends to put us on display for all eternity as examples of His grace and goodness. 

He wants the angels to see the body of Christ and stand in awe before this dazzling demonstration of His handiwork.

What would you and I need to do to qualify for this purpose? 
Is there any way we can possibly understand the full scope of His designs for our lives? 
What must be done so that we may live in the fullness of everything He has in mind for His children?

We don’t have all the answers to these questions. 

As a result, we have difficulty understanding why God at times allows us to fail. 

If we could only see the glorious final product He has in mind-
- we would gladly abandon our self-effort and yield to His transforming power. 

But instead, we often insist on doing things our way. 

And as long as we remain in this mode of thinking-
God will allow us to fail.

There’s a better way! 
It is simply to live by faith-
- trusting the Holy Spirit within us every moment of every day to conform us to the likeness of God’s Son Jesus Christ.
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Battleground!

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"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." Matthew 6:21.

Your heart can be a battleground! 
And whoever (or whatever) owns it will determine what you do with your life..

One of the great temptations you'll face in life will be in the area of money and possessions. 

The world will bombard you with advertisements of wonderful things you could buy if only you had enough money. 
Slick advertisements will promise that your life would be perfect if only you had a particular product. 

Society will affirm that whoever has the most money will be the happiest and most powerful. 
The world can make the pursuit of money and possessions very tempting!

But Jesus has some warnings for you if you are preoccupied with gaining wealth: 

Wealth doesn't last. 
Money doesn't satisfy. 
It is only temporary. 

Possessions can be stolen. 
Money can be lost or wasted. 
Even if you do obtain wealth, you will find that it disappoints, because it cannot truly satisfy you.

Jesus taught that true happiness comes not from collecting possessions-
- but from investing our lives in things that are eternal. 

Spiritual things last forever. 
No one can take them away. 
They don't depreciate over time. 

Investing in God's kingdom is the smartest investment anyone could ever make.

Where have you been investing your time and effort? 
Have you set your heart on things that will last forever?

Read Up: Proverbs 23:4-5, Ecclesiastes 5:10-20.

Check your foundation!

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"Everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock." - Matthew 7:24."

On what foundation are you building your life?

What feels right?
What works?
What everyone else is doing?

How stable is your foundation? 

When an unexpected crisis comes-
- will your life remain firm and steadfast, 
- or will it all collapse?

The foundation of faith in Jesus Christ is one on which you and I can build our lives with confidence-
- knowing it will last, 
- not only for our lifetimes but for all eternity as well.

As Jesus concluded His Sermon on the Mount, He said:
“Everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against the house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock.” Matt. 7:24-25.  

So-- check your foundation
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"Everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock."  Matthew 7:24."

On what foundation are you building your life?

What feels right?
What works?
What everyone else is doing?

How stable is your foundation? 

When an unexpected crisis comes-
- will your life remain firm and steadfast, 
- or will it all collapse?

The foundation of faith in Jesus Christ is one on which you and I can build our lives with confidence-
- knowing it will last, 
- not only for our lifetimes but for all eternity as well.

As Jesus concluded His Sermon on the Mount, He said:

“Everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against the house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock.” Matt. 7:24-25.  

So-
- check your foundation!
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"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." Matthew 6:21.

Your heart can be a battleground! 
And whoever (or whatever) owns it will determine what you do with your life.

One of the great temptations you'll face in life will be in the area of money and possessions. 

The world will bombard you with advertisements of wonderful things you could buy if only you had enough money. 
Slick advertisements will promise that your life would be perfect if only you had a particular product. 

Society will affirm that whoever has the most money will be the happiest and most powerful. 
The world can make the pursuit of money and possessions very tempting!

But Jesus has some warnings for you if you are preoccupied with gaining wealth: 

Wealth doesn't last. 
Money doesn't satisfy. 
It is only temporary. 

Possessions can be stolen. 
Money can be lost or wasted. 
Even if you do obtain wealth, you will find that it disappoints, because it cannot truly satisfy you.

Jesus taught that true happiness comes not from collecting possessions-
- but from investing our lives in things that are eternal. 

Spiritual things last forever. 
No one can take them away. 
They don't depreciate over time. 

Investing in God's kingdom is the smartest investment anyone could ever make.

Where have you been investing your time and effort? 
Have you set your heart on things that will last forever?

Read Up: Proverbs 23:4-5, Ecclesiastes 5:10-20.
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"Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing." Matthew 24:46. 
We are called to be servants, are we not? 

What does a servant do? 

He (or she) carries out the will of his master. 

A servant doesn't tell his master what to do.
He performs whatever tasks the master requests of him. 

A servant doesn't choose what days or times it's most convenient to serve his master. 
A servant's function is simply to follow and obey his master’s instructions. 

A servant does not develop a vision for the master either. 
The master is the one with the vision and he wants his servants to be ready and available to carry out that vision and bring it to fruition.

How can we experience fulfillment in our lives? 

Simply by serving our Master- our Heavenly Father. 

The world encourages us to seek counterfeit fulfillment...power...success....prosperity. 
The more of these things we gain, the more our flesh wants more. 

It is our sinful human nature. 
We will never find true fulfillment when we seek these things.

We must become servants if we want to experience true fulfillment. 
We need to become lowly, meek and humble. 

As God's servants we should have no other agenda, except to do His will.. 

When we become faithful to do His will-
- then He will fulfill the aspirations He desires for us in our lives and even those things we desire!

As God's faithful servant-
Let’s get our hearts in servant mode and watch how God brings about all the things we need.
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"For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin because anyone who has died has been set free from sin." Romans 6:6-7.

The self-help section of the bookstore wouldn't be so crowded-
- if more people accepted God's solution for their well-being. 

His provision for man's redemption isn't self-improvement-
- but rather a complete replacement of the old "flesh" nature.

From God's perspective, those who receive Jesus as Saviour and accept His sacrifice for their sin are crucified right alongside Him.

Their old self, puffed up with pride and riddled with sin, is put to death, and a new spotless Spirit takes up residence within. 

Baptism is a symbolic act representing that transition from death to life. 

Not only does it symbolize Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection-
- it also reflects our own experience of being buried with the crucified Christ and raised to walk in newness of life.

In our new life-
- we are free from bondage to sinful habits, harmful attitudes, and hurtful speech; 
- the power of sin is cancelled. 

But daily life doesn't always reflect spiritual reality, and we're left wondering why. 

When we can't seem to meet godly expectations, we try harder to do right. 

At times we return to the self-help section when what we should do is turn to the Deliverer. 

In redeeming us-
Christ became our life. 

He lives in us through His indwelling Spirit.
And He will live through us if we allow Him to do so.

People can't fix themselves. 
Jesus calls believers into a relationship wherein they are remade. 

When He's the center of our life—
- when we eagerly read Scripture, 
- pray that His will be done, 
- and seek to follow in His way,
- we change for the better. 

That is "walking in newness of life!"
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"For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin because anyone who has died has been set free from sin." Romans 6:6-7.

The self-help section of the bookstore wouldn't be so crowded-
- if more people accepted God's solution for their well-being. 

His provision for man's redemption isn't self-improvement-
- but rather a complete replacement of the old "flesh" nature.

From God's perspective, those who receive Jesus as Saviour and accept His sacrifice for their sin are crucified right alongside Him.

Their old self, puffed up with pride and riddled with sin, is put to death, and a new spotless Spirit takes up residence within. 

Baptism is a symbolic act representing that transition from death to life. 

Not only does it symbolize Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection-
- it also reflects our own experience of being buried with the crucified Christ and raised to walk in newness of life.

In our new life-
- we are free from bondage to sinful habits, harmful attitudes, and hurtful speech; 
- the power of sin is cancelled. 

But daily life doesn't always reflect spiritual reality, and we're left wondering why. 

When we can't seem to meet godly expectations, we try harder to do right. 

At times we return to the self-help section when what we should do is turn to the Deliverer. 

In redeeming us-
Christ became our life. 

He lives in us through His indwelling Spirit.
And He will live through us if we allow Him to do so.

People can't fix themselves. 
Jesus calls believers into a relationship wherein they are remade. 

When He's the center of our life—
- when we eagerly read Scripture, 
- pray that His will be done, 
- and seek to follow in His way,
- we change for the better. 

That is "walking in newness of life!"
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Don't Despise

"But his lord answered and said to him, 'You wicked and slothful servant, you knew that I reap where I have not sown, and gather where I have not scattered seed. Then you should have put my money on deposit with the bankers, and on my coming I would have received my money back with interest.. Therefore take the talent from him, and give it to him who has ten talents. For to everyone who has, more will be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who does not have, even what he has will be taken away." Matthew 25:26-29. 
Reading this parable, we are struck by the serious consequences of failing to produce Kingdom fruit. 

But there's something I want to particularly point out. 

Many of the great heroes of the faith-- people like Moses and David, were not given great responsibilities immediately. 
Each of these men first served as a lowly shepherd, tending sheep. 
Having tested them first in this humble vocation-
God then felt confident to elevate them to positions of greatness.

But it all started with a small step!

God is testing his saints in the little things-
- as we pass our early tests, 
- the Lord will promote us to greater things. 

Don't despise the day of small things-
- a single talent invested wisely can produce a bountiful harvest! 

And remember that it begins with faithful stewardship of whatever gift or talent that God has allocated to you.

Let's be wise stewards in these last days, using our divinely given abilities for His glory and purposes-
-so that we can produce an abundant return on the Lord's investment in our lives. 

Let's heed the warning and the encouragement that Jesus gives us in this parable-
- multiplying, 
- rather than hiding our talent. 

Amen!

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One crucial thing

"...at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." Philippians 2:10-11.
Whether you've been a believer for many years or just recently trusted Christ as your Saviour-
- there's​​ ​​o​​ne crucial thing you must settle in your heart. 

Many Christians understand that Jesus died on the cross for their sins. 

But who is He today?

Scripture tells us that Jesus is the incarnate Son of God who took on flesh and entered our world in the form of a servant. 
He came to walk among us and make it possible to know Him. 

Then after His death, burial, and resurrection-
He was exalted back to His rightful place as Lord and sovereign Ruler.

It's essential that every believer understand the person and position of Jesus Christ. 

We often call Him "Lord," but what does that mean? 

The answer is that as Lord and Creator, He made and sustains all things. Col. 1:16-17. 
And by trusting in the Saviour, we accept His rightful place in our life.

As Lord, He has authority over every single element of our daily lives. 
We are sheep, and who should follow the Shepherd; going our own way, we'd fall off the mountain and end up destroyed. John 10:2-15. 

Won't you acknowledge that He has the right to determine what you do and where you go? 
You can trust that His way always results in fullness of life.

Jesus is not some distant, judgmental ruler.

He's your awesome, supportive Lord, who loves you and has gone before you, having lived a human life and suffered unimaginably. 

So when He says, "Follow Me; I'll make your life count"-
- you can be confident that He is trustworthy every step of the way.
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"But his lord answered and said to him, 'You wicked and slothful servant, you knew that I reap where I have not sown, and gather where I have not scattered seed. Then you should have put my money on deposit with the bankers, and on my coming I would have received my money back with interest. Therefore take the talent from him, and give it to him who has ten talents. For to everyone who has, more will be given, and he will have abundance; but from him who does not have, even what he has will be taken away." Matthew 25:26-29.

Reading this parable, we are struck by the serious consequences of failing to produce Kingdom fruit. 

But there's something I want to particularly point out. 

Many of the great heroes of the faith-
- people like Moses and David, were not given great responsibilities immediately. 
Each of these men first served as a lowly shepherd, tending sheep.

Having tested them first in this humble vocation-
God then felt confident to elevate them to positions of greatness.

But it all started with a small step!

God is testing his saints in the little things-
- as we pass our early tests, 
- the Lord will promote us to greater things. 

Don't despise the day of small things-
- a single talent invested wisely can produce a bountiful harvest! 

And remember that it begins with faithful stewardship of whatever gift or talent that God has allocated to you.

Let's be wise stewards in these last days, using our divinely given abilities for His glory and purposes-
-so that we can produce an abundant return on the Lord's investment in our lives. 

Let's heed the warning and the encouragement that Jesus gives us in this parable-
- multiplying, 
- rather than hiding our talent. 

Amen!
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"...at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." Philippians 2:10-11.

Whether you've been a believer for many years or just recently trusted Christ as your Saviour-
- there's​​ ​​o​​ne crucial thing you must settle in your heart. 

Many Christians understand that Jesus died on the cross for their sins. 

But who is He today?

Scripture tells us that Jesus is the incarnate Son of God who took on flesh and entered our world in the form of a servant. 
He came to walk among us and make it possible to know Him. 

Then after His death, burial, and resurrection-
He was exalted back to His rightful place as Lord and sovereign Ruler.

It's essential that every believer understand the person and position of Jesus Christ. 

We often call Him "Lord," but what does that mean? 

The answer is that as Lord and Creator, He made and sustains all things. Col. 1:16-17. 
And by trusting in the Saviour, we accept His rightful place in our life.

As Lord, He has authority over every single element of our daily lives. 
We are sheep, and who should follow the Shepherd; going our own way, we'd fall off the mountain and end up destroyed. John 10:2-15. 

Won't you acknowledge that He has the right to determine what you do and where you go? 
You can trust that His way always results in fullness of life.

Jesus is not some distant, judgmental ruler.

He's your awesome, supportive Lord, who loves you and has gone before you, having lived a human life and suffered unimaginably. 

So when He says, "Follow Me; I'll make your life count"-
- you can be confident that He is trustworthy every step of the way.
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God' Word brings us a comforting promise, along with an insightful command as we face a New Year: 

"Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for He hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, I will not fear what man shall do unto me." Hebrews 13:5-6.

We can live this coming year without fear-
- if we apply these four incredibly wonderful truths to our lives and root them deep into our hearts.

The Contentment of His Provision!

Contentment is not getting what you want-
- but it is wanting what you already have. 

First Timothy 6:6-8 says, "But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and raiment let us therewith be content." 

If you know Jesus Christ, you have contentment. 
If you've got clothes on your back, something to eat, and Jesus Christ in your heart, you're rich!

Do you know why we have fear? 

Because we think our needs or the needs of someone we love are not going to be met. 
Or we fear that the things we think are meeting our needs are going to be taken away from us. 

The deepest need of your heart can only be met in the Lord Jesus Christ.

The Companionship of His Presence!

I don't know what I'm going to face next year. 
But there's one thing I know, He will never leave me. 

Are you a child of God? 
He will never leave you either. 

Isn't that wonderful!

What's another reason we may fear in the coming year? 
Because we're afraid we're going to have to face something we don't understand, and we're going to have to face it alone.

When God's Word promises that God will never forsake you, it literally means that He will never abandon you. 
He will not give up on you. 

We need to practice the presence of the Lord this coming year. 
When the devil comes and knocks at you heart's door, you can simply say, "Jesus, please go answer the door."

The Confidence of His Promise!

We're going to zero in on a little phrase in our verses in Hebrews, "He has said." 
A promise is no better than the one who makes it. 

Who says, "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee"? 
It is the omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent God. 

This is the confidence of His promise!

In the coming year, when you say, "God, I just don't have the strength." 
The omnipotent God will answer, "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee." 

When you say, "God, I'm afraid of what is going to happen." 
The omnipresent God says, "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee." 

And when you say, "God, I don't know what to do." 
The omniscient God will respond, "I will never leave thee nor forsake thee." 

He himself has said it.

The Comfort of His Protection!

Hebrews 13:6 promises, "So that we may boldly say, the Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me." Now, put that with verse five which says, "He has said."

I don't know what you're going to go through this coming year. 

But I know you can boldly say-
"The Lord is my helper, so I will not fear what man shall do to me." 

When you find your contentment, companionship, and confidence in Jesus-
- then, you'll find your comfort and courage in Jesus.
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