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Monthly Archives: January 2012

  • Start Young

    Posted on January 11, 2012 by Family Christian

    “For you have been my hope, O Sovereign Lord, my confidence since my youth.” “Since my youth, O God, you have taught me, and to this day I declare your marvelous deeds.” Psalm 71:5, 17

     

    Start young learning the ways of the Lord. This is your wisest and best investment. Youthful learning is leverage for the Lord. Start young so you do not have to wade through the muck and the mire of disobedient living. There is no need to stray and go your own way for you may end up back at the point where you originally drifted from God. Stay the course of Christ while you are young, and this will catapult you into an obedient adult. Youthful dependence on God results in an adult who depends on God. 

    Even as those older in the faith falter in fear, your heavenly Father frees youthful hearts to attempt big things for Him. Courage and conviction fertilize well a young and hungry heart for God. The Holy Spirit is calling faithful young people to further His Kingdom. Listen to the heart of your heavenly Father and do what He says. Yahweh is calling His youth to something much bigger than themselves.

    “Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity” (1 Timothy 4:12, KJV).

    Help the youthful start early in their engagement with God. Teach them, train them, model for them, and then send them out to serve on the Lord’s behalf. Youth do not need to be overly protected, but set free to think big for God. The larger the vision the larger their God, therefore present to them a God-sized challenge. Expect great things from young people who have a heart to follow hard after God.

    Do not underestimate their ability to be a catalyst for Christ. Release them to exceed your accomplishments in half the time. Pray for God to scatter young people across the connected planet. Now is the time to send them out in the power of the Holy Spirit. Use today’s resources to prepare for tomorrow’s results. Youth need not be coddled with the status quo, rather challenged to break out of their boxes of unbelief to change the world.

    “Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, "I find no pleasure in them” (Ecclesiastes 12:1).

    What young person has God brought into my life to invest in with time, wisdom and encouragement?

    Related Readings: Numbers 11:28; Job 13:26; Psalm 25:7; 2 Timothy 2:22

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  • Gift of Sleep

    Posted on January 10, 2012 by Family Christian

    “In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for food to eat—for he grants sleep to those he loves.” Psalm 127:2

     

    God gives the gift of sleep to His saints. It is a gift easily taken for granted, because it is an everyday occurrence. But just like our Creator bestows the air we breathe, it is important to acknowledge and thank the Lord as the Giver of all good things. Sleep can be illusive when it is in competition with an ill-timed illness, erratic circumstances, or a guilty conscience. Indeed, sleep is sweet to a soul that is in sync with its Savior’s love.

    What contributes to a restful night, unencumbered by external forces or internal issues? Peace of mind that comes with resting in the security of Christ secures significant sleep. Trust in Him trumps any tension at work or conflict at home. A head falls quickly on a peaceful pillow and eyes shut quietly in a soul stilled by Jesus. Trust turns off a racing mind and reminds it that God works out worries throughout a silent dark night.

    “When Jacob awoke from his sleep, he thought, “Surely the LORD is in this place, and I was not aware of it.” Genesis 28:16

    Contentment is another contributor to God’s gift of sleep. Contentment claims its significance in Christ and not stuff. Because it is satisfied with Jesus plus nothing, there is a serenity that secures a good night’s sleep. Contentment does not come to a person consumed by cash and it eludes the individual that is more interested in image control than Christ’s control. Real rest comes not in un-relaxed striving, but in restful gratitude.

    Lastly, a clear conscience with Christ, one’s self and other people produces a productive night’s rest. Honesty creates a calming haven in the heart, while lies run around erratic, trying to remember what was last said. If you are a forgiven sinner—you sleep well—without wondering what the future holds for you. The Savior of your soul gives peace to your mind, rest to your body and security to your soul. So, receive Jesus’ gift of sweet sleep.

    “In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, LORD, make me dwell in safety.” Psalm 4:8

    How can I slow down and rest securely in my Savior’s arms with sweet and deep sleep?

    Related Readings: Psalm 3:5; Isaiah 29:10; John 11:12; Acts 12:6; 2 Corinthians 6:5

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  • Praise The Lord

    Posted on January 9, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord." Psalm 150:6

     

    “Praise the Lord” is not just a celebration of gratitude to God, and reverent worship of our King, it is also a command. Jesus directs us to worship our Heavenly Father in “spirit and in truth” (John 4:23-24). The pinnacle of praise found in this last Psalm is an exhortation to praise Him in His sanctuary. It is with music, instruments, dancing, spiritual songs and hymns that we praise Him. 

    The church’s chorus of praise to Christ rises high above to the courts of heaven. In reverence and thanksgiving we praise Him for His mighty acts: His creation for its beauty and majesty, His redemption for its forgiveness and freedom, and His holiness for its purity and power. Praise to the Lord reveals the Lord.

    “Sing the glory of his name; make his praise glorious.” Psalm 66:2

    You praise Him for His glory, but in the process you receive the benefit of His blessings. Praise solicits the blessing of His security and peace. It is in the act of adoration of His character that you are comforted by His care and compassion. Praise produces peace that flows from a prayerful and sincere heart for God. There is a calm confidence that comes from crying out to Christ in praise and worship.

    It is the battle cry for believers as they engage the enemy in everyday life. Just as the Lord instructed His children to praise Him in preparation for battle, and during battle (2 Chronicles 20:21-23), so you are wise to apply the weapon of praise as you encounter the world, the flesh and the devil. Praising the Lord is your pronouncement of His sovereign security in your Savior Jesus. Praise Him while you have breath, and you will bring glory to God.

    “The LORD is my strength and my song; he has become my salvation. He is my God, and I will praise him, my father's God, and I will exalt him” (Exodus 15:5).

    What challenges am I encountering that invites me to aggressively praise the Lord?

    Related Readings: Isaiah 42:8-12; Habakkuk 3:3; Ephesians 1:12-14; Revelation 5:12-13

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  • Hard Work

    Posted on January 8, 2012 by Family Christian

    ”We worked night and day, laboring and toiling so that we would not be a burden to any of you. We did this, not because we did not have the right to such help, but in order to make ourselves a model for you to follow. For even when we were with you, we gave you this rule: ‘If a man will not work, he shall not eat.’” 2Thessalonians 3:8b-10

     

    Hard work is honorable. It gives a man or woman respect for themselves and others. God is honored as well when you work hard. Be careful not to subscribe to a false theology that uses God in place of hard work. God, of course, is at work on our behalf, but not without our sincere and focused efforts. 

    However, it is much more than the simple “God helps those who help themselves” mentality. God has a grand design, and you are a part of His greater work. Your part is faithfulness and hard work. God’s part is leading you into wise decisions, which produce the right results as He receives the glory. As followers of Christ, the quality and quantity of our work is a reflection on God.

    Do not become the Christian whom everyone avoids because you are lazy and always making excuses. Be the Christian who is attractive because your work is excellent. People can depend on you, and you go the extra mile even when it is not your responsibility. For the good of the team and the glory of God, you work hard. You may even deserve other benefits, but you refuse them during this season for the sake of the bigger picture.

    Indeed, hard work keeps you out of trouble. When you are busy working hard, you do not have time to behave badly. Gossip and complaining are absent from the lips of a hard worker. You simply do not have the time or energy to go there. It may be the sweat of your brow or the perspiration of your intellect, either way, work hard. Manual labor and mental toil both require hard work. Carefully avoid condescension toward others because their work role is different than yours. Blue collars need not bad mouth white collars, nor should white collars treat blue collars as if they were inferior. We all need each other, and we all need to work hard.

    Your hard work may produce wealth and abundance. Because society values your skills and services, you may even have an overabundance. Make sure you keep your success in perspective. Keep your heart tender toward God. We seem to pray more when we have little than when we have much more than we need. Allow the fruit of your hard work to drive you to your knees in thanksgiving to God. Express your gratitude through generous giving. Hard work has its benefits; make sure to steward them well.

    Moreover, teach your children hard work. A child who is given everything can become soft on sin, discontent, demanding and ungrateful. Hard work teaches children the value of a dollar. It builds a discipline that will serve them throughout their lives. They learn how to work with and relate to people. Hard work is a must for a child to grow into
    a healthy human being.

    Lastly, keep your motive right as you work hard. Keep your focus off the money. Reward and compensation will come if the work is done with excellence. Stay the course, working hard, loving your family, and taking care of your health. Execute your hard work for the glory of God. He is your boss. You are working for Him. Work hard. Work hard so that you can eat. Then you will be a blessing and not a burden to others!

    Taken from Dose 80 in the 90-day devotional book, “Infusion”… http://bit.ly/bQHNIE

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  • Wise Wealth

    Posted on January 7, 2012 by Family Christian

    “A man who has riches without understanding is like the beasts that perish.” Psalm 49:20

     

    Wise wealth sees the trifling value of riches without God’s redemption. It is otherworldly in its view of wealth. The creation of wealth is for Christ’s purposes, not the world’s ways. This is why the wealthy wisely seek to understand God’s game plan for their gold. They prayerfully come up with a plan, and then commit their actions to the Almighty. Then He brings success to their financial plan (Proverbs 16:3). 

    This is the process in which the Spirit leads and brings about success. Plans without prayer are perturbing and miss God’s best. Actions committed to Christ carry out God’s game plan. To gain understanding is to frame your financial discussions with an eternal backdrop of motivation. Wealth is a stewardship not to be taken lightly. It is a belief that the Lord’s blessing is much larger than life, and is leveraged for the Lord today.

    Indeed, understand that finances are finite. You have a window of generosity that will close one day. Don’t wait until your riches grow wings and fly away (Proverbs 23:5) to some other faithful soul who understands the insignificance of “stuff” to your Savior. Riches are like hailstones; they fall from Heaven in different sizes, garnering our attention while rattling on the tin roof of our trust. But after a while, once it draws attention to itself, it melts away into the silent ground, gone. The same is true with our “stuff”. It can be here today and gone tomorrow. It is wise to give aggressively what you have today instead of hoping to give what you may not have tomorrow.

    Missionaries need malaria medicine now. Orphans need homes today. Growling stomachs need more than gruel immediately. Churches are waiting to receive the necessary start-up capital in order to be built. Humanitarian work and the Gospel will spread exponentially, as the wealthy collaborate with Christ, and obey. Run the risk of liberating your wealth for the Lord. It is His to give.

    God has made us to be kind, not beastly, in our view of wealth. Animals are driven by self-preservation and instinct. But we are children of our heavenly Father. He is gracious and generous in bestowing His good gifts (Matthew 7:9-11). He uses wealth for His ways; so you are wise to do the same. Sanctify your “stuff” for your Savior. Look to the Lord for where and how to save, invest, spend, and give.

    Beasts perish with little purpose. You graduate to be with God. At your commencement with Christ, you want to be found financially faithful. The wise use of wealth supports eternal initiatives. Wise wealth does not intimidate, nor is it intimidated. It prayerfully releases riches for God’s Kingdom. It is all about investing in and executing the Almighty’s agenda. Wise wealth wraps itself around God’s redemptive plan through faith. It understands and applies God’s generous game plan.

    Taken from the January 8th reading in the 365-day devotional book, “Seeking Daily the Heart of God… http://bit.ly/bQHNIE

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  • How do you kill 11 million people?

    Posted on January 6, 2012 by Family Christian

    In his newest book, How Do You Kill 11 Million People, Andy Andrews approaches the subject of integrity from a unique viewpoint – the killing of millions of Jews and others during the Nazi reign over Europe in World War II.  The answer to the question, how do you kill 11 million people, is simple: You lie to them.  The German people, and subsequently the Jewish people, were fed an elaborate series of lies.  The bigger the lie and the more consistently it was told, the more believable it became.  The end result was that 11 million Jews, vagrants, homosexuals, gypsies and other “undesirables” that the Third Reich determined should die, were complacently carted off to their deaths with barely a whisper.

    The bottom line to this book is that we basically get the government we allow, and thus deserve.  We have become so use to our government officials lying as a matter of course that we have become to believe this is normal, acceptable behavior.  Andy points out that when we, the citizens, lie to Congress, it is called a felony.  When members of Congress lie to us, the citizens, it is called politics.  But it should not be that way.  We, the citizens, have a right to expect integrity from our elected servants.  And if we tolerate and elect those who will not, or cannot, tell the truth, then we are getting the government we deserve. 

     While a very short book, How Do You Kill 11 Million People is nevertheless an important work in a time when the truth is being distorted on both sides of the political aisle as a matter of course.

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  • Real Net Worth

    Posted on January 6, 2012 by Family Christian

    “My purpose is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches of complete understanding, in order that they may know the mystery of God, namely, Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge”. Colossians 2:2-3

     

    Our financial net worth need not define who we are. If it does, we become fickled, fearful, faithless and enslaved to economic security. Our worth is not wrapped around Wall Street or Main Street, but the Streets of Gold. For followers of Jesus, what He believes about us defines us. I can become fixated on my personal balance sheet and murmur in disbelief, or I can believe what Jesus says about me—precious, highly valued, a king and a priest. 

    My worth is defined by the wonder of His grace, His unconditional love and His gift of eternal life. Money does not make the man, man makes the money, but most importantly our Master Jesus Christ marks us. The fingerprints of God are forever embedded on our body, soul and spirit. He bought us, so He owns us through the blood of His son Jesus. Our born again birth certificate reads, “Christian”. We are highly valued in heaven.

    “But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far away have been brought near by the blood of Christ.” Ephesians 2:13

    Christians have a much greater cause than cash and earthly kingdoms. There is a Kingdom, not of this world, whose goal is to glorify God. You are valuable, not by how much money you have, but by how much your Master has you. Your Savior Jesus defines you as a forgiven child of God who, by faith, is filled with the Holy Spirit for good works.

    Guilt is replaced by grace, fear flees in the face of faith, pride melts under the influence of humility, and hope has its way in the heart of surrendered Christians. Therefore, define your net worth by the things Jesus deems valuable, and you are rich indeed. Count your many blessings, not your coins, and you will become content. You are of high net worth if ‘Christ in you’ is your hope in glory. Your real net worth is His eternal riches.

    “For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.” 2 Corinthians 8:9

    What is my net worth as defined by what Jesus says are the most valuable assets I have?

    Related Readings: Ephesians 1:11-14; Hebrews 10:19; 11:26; 1 Timothy 4:8

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  • Glad in God

    Posted on January 5, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Let Israel rejoice in their Maker; let the people of Zion be glad in their King.” Psalm 149:2

     

    You can be glad in God. Your circumstances may be in a sad state, but your Savior can bring a smile to your face. Salvation in Jesus is a joy, a delight and a privilege. Fear may have caused you to forget the free gift of eternal life extended to you by God’s grace, but gladness is its ambassador. I can’t help but be grateful when I think of the situations the Lord, by His grace, has led me through. 

    The divorce of parents, feeling abandoned, working three jobs simultaneously, marriage conflict, cancer treatment, career upheaval, challenging children and financial disappointments were all sad situations, but my Savior saw me through. You may find yourself in a sad state of affairs, but be glad because your King Jesus is still in control. The goodness of God is your gauge for being glad.

    “But may the righteous be glad and rejoice before God; may they be happy and joyful.” Psalm 68:3

    Our joy is in our Lord and King, Jesus; we choose no lower delight. The religion of men remains dead in sin, sad, and contingent on circumstances. We however serve with gladness, a risen Savior who rules by grace and truth. Gladness comes when you go to God to govern your life. It is the Lord you look to when life is spinning out of control. Children of God are happy to be His. Be glad your Maker made you for Himself.

    He wants you, He desires you, and He invites you into the joy of His presence. Time with Jesus in stillness and solitude generates joy in your soul. Your glad heart will make music, and sing praises to your King. You may find yourself dancing with the stars under the canopy of heaven. Sing the new song written on your heart by the Holy Spirit, and you will be glad in God.

    “Worship the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” Psalm 100:2

    Where in my life do I need to trust God and be glad in the middle of a sad and stressful situation?

    Related Readings: Psalm 69:32; Ecclesiastes 9:7; Isaiah 25:9; Acts 11:23

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  • One Thing

    Posted on January 4, 2012 by Family Christian

    "I'm asking God for one thing, only one thing: To live with him in his house my whole life long. I'll contemplate his beauty; I'll study at his feet." Psalm 27:4, The Message

     

    There are rival voices in the mind of a Christian that compete for the ear of God. It may a voice of concern over a wayward son or daughter. Another voice cries out for healing of a diseased body. A sincere voice asks to know God’s will and direction for living. All of these voices vie for the Lord’s attention and are close to His heart. But there is one request that collates all of these needs—to enter into the presence of Jesus in prayer. 

    We need the personalized presence of Christ like a hiker reaching a mountain summit needs oxygen. It is in this place of praise that we see the beauty of His holiness and we study at His feet. The doors to His house of worship are always open to our hungry heart and inquisitive mind. We enter into His courts because He is the One Thing we need. As we live with our Lord we emulate His ways. His warm hospitality is like heaven on earth.

    “He replied, “Whether he is a sinner or not, I don’t know. One thing I do know. I was blind but now I see!” John 9:25

    What is the one thing that drives your life? If nothing else gets accomplished in a day, what captures your affection and attention? These answers define your priorities. What you focus on is what you become. For example, if it’s money, then status and stuff become your goal. However, if heaven’s agenda is your daily “to do” list, then you will say no to those things unnecessary to God’s goals, and yes to furthering His plan.

    Consider a monthly audit of your calendar and checkbook with a trusted friend or two. Ask them to hold you accountable in how you spend your time and money. Look for alignment around Almighty God’s agenda for your life. Does your giving support your church and ministries that serve people in Jesus name? Is your time a trusted resource for relationships that need your counsel? Ask the Lord for one thing: to live close with Him.

    “Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 3:13-14

    How do I need to rearrange my schedule, so that I can slow down and enjoy Christ’s company?

    Related Readings: Psalm 62:11; Mark 10:21; Galatians 3:2; 1 Peter 3:8

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  • Uncertainty of Wealth

    Posted on January 3, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Command those who are rich in this present world not to be arrogant nor to put their hope in wealth, which is so uncertain, but to put their hope in God, who richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment”. I Timothy 6:17

     

    If there is one thing that is certain, it is the uncertainty of wealth. Riches can fluctuate up and down like a terrifying roller coaster ride. My financial net worth can evaporate overnight, or incrementally deteriorate over time. Hope in wealth is a recipe for sleepless nights and emotional fatigue. Why would I place my hope in money that migrates all over the map of life? Hope in money leads to false security and creates discontentment. 

    Yes, it is embarrassing to lose anything, especially money, but it can be replaced. Financial purging peels back our true intent, and exposes the object of our affections. Do we love money, or do we love God, because we can’t love both. Fortunately, hope in heaven is most certain. Christ is our reliable compass during a cash crisis.

    Jesus’ utmost desire is for you to toil for true riches, He says, “So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with the true riches?”
    Luke 16:11

    True riches are trust in the Lord, contentment, and generosity. It is your passionate pursuit of true riches that trumps worries over worldly wealth. Do your children and friends see you lament in prayer over the lost souls of men, more than the loss of money?
    What is the value of one person finding Jesus in a personal and growing relationship?

    Therefore, take this time of financial transition and place your affections above where your certainty is in Christ. Be a gentle reminder to the fearful that faith in God and loving people are true riches. Money comes and goes, but Jesus remains faithful. Hope in Christ, not cash, brings contentment and the enjoyment of true wealth—this is for certain.

    “Cast but a glance at riches, and they are gone, for they will surely sprout wings and fly off to the sky like an eagle” (Proverbs 23:5).

    Where can I give a generous financial gift, so that I  cultivate my certain hope in heaven?

    Related Readings: Job 13:15; Psalm 42:5; Matthew 10:42; John 17:8

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