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  • Intimacy through Brokenness

    Posted on June 9, 2012 by Family Christian

    “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18

     

    Intimacy with God goes hand in hand with your brokenness. Your desire for intimacy with your heavenly Father will be accompanied by brokenness, as it escorts you into intimacy with eternal God. It is your date with destiny. A broken and contrite heart delivers intimacy with the Almighty. Do not despise your broken condition. Rather, delight in its opportunity for intimacy. You long to know Jesus in the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His suffering (Philippians 3:10). These prayers were not in vain. Your brokenness is answered prayer. The answer may not be exactly what you expected. You may have anticipated a smoother route, a paved road free of bumps or pot holes. But the path of a personal and intimate relationship with Christ is not always easy.
       
    Most of the time, intimacy requires difficulty. It is at this point of pressure and discomfort that some people disembark the train of intimacy. It is much easier to talk about an intimate relationship with Christ than it is to arrive at this point through brokenness. This however, is an exercise in convenience. It is like placing a “Do not disturb” sign on the door of my life, in place of the “Clean up my room” invitation. Brokenness is inviting God to come in and cleanse your life. He stands at the door of our hearts and knocks (Revelation 3:20). When you invite Christ into your broken life, He comes in. Intimacy is then unleashed on His terms, not yours. It is only when you surrender in total desperation and total dependency on God that you experience authentic intimacy.
       
    Intimacy with God through brokenness is not unlike what you experience in relationships with people. Hardship and brokenness are meant to allow you to grow closer to other people. A crisis will either drive you further away from someone or closer together. God’s best for you is to make you relationally stronger with one another during a season of brokenness. But brokenness is not a one-time phenomenon. It is an ongoing part of the committed Christian’s life. It’s not as if you swallow this hard pill one time and are set for a lifetime of intimacy with God. Once God has marked you with brokenness, you are positioned for Him to build on this firm foundation. He will still use mini brokenness’s   throughout your life. These regular occurrences are bricks of brokenness’s connected together by the cement of his grace.

    Over time, a life of brokenness’s becomes a stalwart structure of sanctification designed by God. Your brokenness is meant for your betterment. Indeed, you are much the better when you experience a defining moment of brokenness. It deserves your embrace, rather than your rejection. If you fight brokenness, you delay God’s best. You circumvent intimacy with Christ if you bypass brokenness. Focus your energies on changing yourself, not your circumstances. Christ will handle the circumstances while you adjust your attitude. A life of brokenness’s is an invitation to intimacy. His closeness and salvation are worth this time of brokenness. Don’t buck brokenness. Instead, rely on Him and get to know Him at this deeper level of intimacy. You are much better broken because brokenness leads to intimacy with God.

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

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  • Gift of Wisdom

    Posted on June 8, 2012 by Family Christian

     

    Dear Fellow Wisdom Hunter,

    We are extremely grateful to God for your faithful readership of the daily devotional, your prayers, and your financial support. Wisdom Hunters is a non-profit, Christ-centered, 501 c 3 ministry, blessed with a prayerful Board of Directors, who steward well this—the Lord’s work. After much prayer and planning with our 19-member Advisory Board, we believe the Lord is leading us in the following ways in 2012 and beyond:

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    Connect people to Christ through God’s Word.

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    By the end of 2012 trusting God for 200,000 daily devotional readers (currently-80,382) globally and in the U.S.

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    By God’s Grace Wisdom Hunters 2012 Objectives
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  • Simplified Living

    Posted on June 7, 2012 by Family Christian

    “I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do all this through him who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:12-13

     

    Certainly life can be complicated: graduate school, work, relational conflict, wealth, economic downturns, job loss, health loss and the loss of a loved one. But life from the Lord’s perspective is not meant to be rushed and out of control. An individual, who is perpetually on the go, can go right past God’s best. A heart that traffics exclusively in the high occupancy lane of life will run itself ragged. Thus, the wise slow down and simplify.

    Do we really need all the activity that captures our calendar? Could it be that busyness is keeping us from relational integrity with Jesus, family and friends? Perhaps the Lord is leading us to prayerfully unclutter our lives for His kingdom’s purpose. How can we adjust our lifestyle, so that we are freed up to better love the lost to the Lord? Like a fisherman who slowly untangles a bird’s nest of line, Christ can help us unwind our complicated lifestyle.

    “Two things I ask of you, Lord; do not refuse me before I die: Keep falsehood and lies far from me; give me neither poverty nor riches, but give me only my daily bread. Otherwise, I may have too much and disown you and say, ‘Who is the Lord?’ Or I may become poor and steal, and so dishonor the name of my God.” Proverbs 30:7-9

    Furthermore, it’s critical we don’t become proud of our new streamlined schedule or that we fill up our freshly created space with self-indulgence. Pride will cause us to be critical of others who are still struggling to simplify, and selfishness will lead us away from engagement in eternal matters. Indeed, we become unshackled from haste to help others.

    Above all, make sure your strength to simplify comes from your Savior Jesus. Ask the Lord what level of lifestyle you should maintain and give away everything above His standard. A capped spending plan with aggressive giving unleashes Christ’s blessings. Feed contentment with generosity and starve discontentment with disciplined decisions. Your simplified living will increase the quality of your life and possibly extend your life. Indeed, the Lord liberates your lifestyle to seek first His kingdom and His righteousness 

    “For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” Matthew 6:32-33

    Prayer: Heavenly Father, what is one step I can take to simplify my life for Your sake?

    Related Readings: Job 27:10; Psalm 37:4; Matthew 19:29; Colossians 1:11

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  • Political Wisdom

    Posted on June 6, 2012 by Family Christian

    “By me [wisdom] kings reign and rulers make laws that are just; by me princes govern, and all nobles who rule on earth.” Proverbs 8:15-16

     

    The wisdom of God overshadows the best and brightest man. This is why our ancestors accessed the Almighty for knowledge and understanding in crafting our constitution. Its remarkable effectiveness is contingent on faith: faith in God, faith in government, and faith in its citizens. Indeed, politicians who plead with Providence for wisdom will become wiser. Rulers who recognize that their authority is from God will rule for God.

    There is a humble ambition that escorts the most effective statesman into public service, as political pride is exchanged for humble wisdom. They rule wisely when religion rules in their conscience and character. Political wisdom is a perquisite for those public servants who govern on behalf of the people, in alignment with the principles of Providence. These wise rulers are able to rest in peace in the middle of a storm.

    “For the one in authority is God’s servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are God’s servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer.” Romans 13:4

    A culture thrown into economic chaos especially needs principled men and women to step up, sacrifice, and make hard decisions. Wisdom in the middle of extreme uncertainty requires painful prescriptions to prevent further panic. Wise politicians face disastrous consequences and must determine what’s best for the whole in light of the long term. Pray for political leaders to look beyond themselves and only short-term relief, and into the perspective and principles of God found in Holy Scripture.

    Indeed, political wisdom prays for intervention and understanding from the Almighty. Perhaps during desperate days a filibuster of faith is first needed, so our leaders start by looking and listening to the Lord. Just laws follow political wisdom, does what’s right, as Christ defines right. Wise politicians keep their hand of faithfulness on the Bible’s principles, and their hearts submitted under the Lord’s authority. Presidents honor Him by never forgetting their inaugural sacred vow of, “So help me God.”

    “Blessed be the LORD your God who delighted in you to set you on the throne of Israel; because the LORD loved Israel forever, therefore He made you king, to do justice and righteousness.” 1 Kings 10:9, NASB

    Prayer: How can I promote political wisdom with public servants within my influence?

    Related Readings: Psalm 148:11-13; Daniel 2:21-47; Romans 13:1; Revelation 19:11-16

    Post/Tweet this today: Those rule wisely when religion rules in their conscience and character. #politics #character
     
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  • Mind Margin

    Posted on June 5, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.” Romans 12:2

     

    The human brain is not meant to operate at full capacity all of the time. The Lord never sleeps or slumbers, but the mind of mere mortals must. If thinking never turns off, like an idling car engine, it eventually runs out of gas. Creativity is crushed under the weight of worry or having to work out urgent issues. A mind requires rest, just like the body, soul and spirit. Thus, wise are those who take the time to rest their minds.

    We are creatures of habit who have become addicted to the screens of modern society. Phones aggressively capture the attention of our eyes and ears. They only let go of their grip when they are turned off. Computers save us time, only to consume our time with unnecessary and needless information. Like an addict who needs another hit or drink, so we become inebriated with access to endless digital knowledge. Space age conveniences, like music and movies on demand, can demand our affections above the heart of God.

    “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.” Philippians 4:8

    How do we guard the mind from being governed by outside forces? How can we give our minds a break, so God can give us a break-through in our thinking? A good first step is to regularly free ourselves from being a slave to screens. Set up blocks of time when the computer, phone and television are turned off and ignored. Mental margin grows in a pared down schedule. Your trust in Jesus gives you permission not to be accessible.

    Outdoor physical activity provides mental gymnastics that stimulate different areas of brain engagement. Hence, mental margin does not mean mindlessness. But it does require creating space where the Lord can be heard and people’s emotions can be felt. A full head has nothing to give, but one empty of self has capacity to know how to serve a loved one at their point of need. And above all else, allow the peace of God to guard your mind.

    “And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:7

    Prayer: Heavenly Father, teach me how to rest in You, with my peace of mind from You.

    Related Readings: Daniel 10:12; Mark 8:33; 12:30; Romans 15:5-6

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  • Good Controversy

    Posted on June 4, 2012 by Family Christian

    “The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group and said to Jesus, “Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery. In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. Now what do you say?” They were using this question as a trap, in order to have a basis for accusing him.” John 8:3-6a

     

    Christ was controversial. The ultra conservative Pharisees were jealous of the large number of His disciples and His teachings on forgiveness. And the extreme liberal Sadducees were angry with Him for His belief in the resurrection. Today the same is true: some are endeared by the mention of Jesus’ name, while others are enraged. Ultra conservatives focus on truth and obedience—extreme liberals stress love and grace. 

    However, it is out of good controversy that we grow in grace and truth. When the categories of our belief system are challenged and stretched a bit, it causes us to go to God for wisdom. Yes, culture’s pull is toward compromising Christ’s principles, which is not an option for genuine believers. Likewise, the tension of being in the minority view is no reason to fight back with angry political maneuvering or with fear-based false accusations. Christ thrives in controversy, when truth and grace jointly win.

    “But avoid foolish controversies and genealogies and arguments and quarrels about the law, because these are unprofitable and useless.” Titus 3:9

    Foolish controversies are unproductive and unprofitable. When we follow Jesus’ example and showing grace in the face of religious condemnation, we hold high truth in the face of polluted faith. Do some friends speak condescendingly toward your spiritual priorities? Are others indifferent to your commitment to Christ? Do some church acquaintances question your investment in the lives of those away from the Lord? These judgments will follow Jesus followers.

    The goal of good controversy is not for you to win the debate—but, it is for you to represent the heart of Christ. Your accusers may not agree with your theological emphasis, but they can and must respect your humble attitude that accompanies your bold beliefs. Brothers and sisters in the Lord discuss their differences in private, not in a public display of intellectual snobbery. Good controversy clarifies privately, but loves publically.

    “Everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” John 13:35

    Prayer: Heavenly Father, who can I encourage, who is in a controversial circumstance.

    Related Readings: John 13:1; Acts 15:1-41; 1 Timothy 6:4

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  • Generous Toward God

    Posted on May 15, 2012 by Family Christian

    “You, God, are my God, earnestly I seek you; I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land where there is no water. I have seen you in the sanctuary and beheld your power and your glory. Because your love is better than life, my lips will glorify you.” Psalm 63:1-3

     

    The God of the universe looks for those who would be with Him. The Lord longs for His children to take time to experience His tender loving presence. Almighty God is not needy, but wants His creation to come before Him in humble dependence. He knows prayer is what’s best for those He bought with His son’s blood. Generosity toward God in daily doses of solitude and communion are the wisest gift. Our presence gratifies God.

    Like an earthly father revels in the joy of being close to his precious child, so our heavenly Father smiles to see us—His children—sit next to Him. The grace of God is not garnered with a drive-by life. Rather, when we park our lives in His presence and turn off the engine of our activity, we activate His perspective in our heart and mind. We invest in intimacy with our heavenly Father in order to fulfill His agenda in our daily calendar.

    “For day after day they seek me out; they seem eager to know my ways, as if they were a nation that does what is right and has not forsaken the commands of its God. They ask me for just decisions and seem eager for God to come near them.” Isaiah 58:2

    Furthermore, be careful not to slip into a routine of perfunctory prayers that miss the heart of your Master. Your generosity toward Jesus with your time, doesn’t buy you time to do your own thing. Rather, you engage with Christ, so that He can love you to better understand His heart, and embrace His better way. By exposing your life to the Lord, He bathes your behavior with a body wash of grace and holiness.

    Your generosity toward God in your time with Him can take on a variety of applications. Maybe you commune with Christ as you walk alone in a stoic cathedral, or perhaps you celebrate Jesus in raucous worship with other Christ followers at Sunday church services. You may engage Him as you stroll in your neighborhood, sit by a quiet fire, rest by a bubbling creek, or as you watch His heavenly handiwork in a brilliant sunrise or sunset. Above all else, be still, know He is God, be loved by Him, and then love on His behalf!

    “He says, “Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.” Psalm 46:10

    Prayer: Heavenly Father, I long to give you my time, to be loved by You and to love.

    Related Readings: 1 Chronicles 22:19; 2 Chronicles 14:4; Acts 10:2; 17:27

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  • Happy Heart Giving

    Posted on May 14, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Give generously to them and do so without a grudging heart; then because of this the LORD your God will bless you in all your work and in everything you put your hand to.” Deuteronomy 15:10

     

    Happy heart giving is with a grateful, not begrudging, heart. Greed is exiled to the isle of selfishness, but generosity takes command in the country of contentment. A joyful heart never gets over Jesus’ great gift of salvation, abundant life, and eternal reward. Indeed, a blessed heart cannot help but be a blessing to those without life’s necessities. Oh, how delightful to see other’s needs met for Christ’s sake! Glad giving gets God’s attention.

    The Lord wants to bless us more when we have been a blessing to the less fortunate. Our abundance isn’t meant for our own accumulation, and our indulgence and insecure facade, but rather it’s to be deployed into rich deeds and aggressive charity. When our heart is free to give, it is free indeed. We are free to forgive debts and offenses. We are free to find ways to engage the poor and needy by meeting their physical and spiritual needs.

    “I know, my God, that you test the heart and are pleased with integrity. All these things I have given willingly and with honest intent. And now I have seen with joy how willingly your people who are here have given to you.” 1 Chronicles 29:17

    Furthermore, your happy heart giving is contagious to other Christ followers. When they see and experience your hilarious generosity, they want to get in on what the Lord is doing. Your life of liberal giving infects others with life-giving antibodies that fight against the germs of greed. Your integrity leads you to invest in others compelling them to be carriers of Christ’s love and service. Glad giving leads others to the Lord.

    Are you remaining faithful to do good, even when times have turned bad? Are you still giving to the poor, even when you have become poorer? Joyful generosity needs your participation at small and large levels. Don’t wait until you have a lot to do a lot, on behalf of your Savior Jesus. Happy heart giving is as excited about giving one dollar as it is one thousand. Give generously today and you will most likely give generously in the future. Once your heavenly Father can trust you with a little, He will trust you with more.

    “His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’ Matthew 25:21

    Prayer: Lord, who needs my happy heart giving to help meet their needs in Your name?

    Related Readings: Nehemiah 9:8; 2 Corinthians 8:5; 9:7; Philemon 1:7

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  • A Moms Mothering

    Posted on May 13, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, ‘Dear woman, here is your son,’ and to the disciple, ‘Here is your mother.’ From that time on, this disciple took her into his home” (John 19:25-27).

     

    Moms are magnificent, especially the ones placed in my life by the Lord. My mom and the mother of our children are emissaries of encouragement.  They’re messengers of comfort and care. No one loves more unconditionally than mothers. They see only the good and forget the bad. A mother’s love extends way beyond what is required, and becomes a reservoir of hope.

    Furthermore, they are not afraid to speak the truth, laced with an attractive attitude. It is not unusual for a mom to become their child’s best friend. This is a natural outcome to their acceptance and relational relentlessness. Because their emotional IQ is high, they are able to almost instantly discern and remedy heartfelt needs. Indeed, they are compulsive givers with a propensity to out-serve everyone.
     
    Lord, this outlandish outpouring of love concerns me. It doesn’t bother me that they love so generously. What troubles me is their need for unconditional love. Are moms being mothered to the extent that their own needs are being met? An un-mothered mom is a good candidate for a miserable mom. If they are not receiving what they need in emotional and spiritual support, they may whither under the pressure. Like a flower in an arid climate, they need the moist love, nurture, and security of their Savior, Jesus.

    Lastly, they value being valued, and desire acceptance. They are secure living in security, and long to be loved. Lord, lead me to model this for my mom and the mother of our children. Show me how to shower on them what they have rained upon relationships season after season in unselfish service. I want to give back to them in the same way they have given to me and our children. I long for the Lord to bless moms!

    “Her children arise and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her…” (Proverbs 31:28).

    How can I love on my mom or another mom who needs encouraging?

    Related Readings: Ruth 1:22; 1 Timothy 5:4; 2 Timothy 1:5; Titus 2:2-4

    Post/Tweet this today: Moms need their own mothering of love and security. #mom #love

    Taken from Reading #27 in the NEW 30-day devotional book, “Wisdom for Mothers”… http://bit.ly/InvUdR


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  • A Mothers Love

    Posted on May 12, 2012 by Family Christian

    “As apostles of Christ we could have been a burden to you, but we were gentle among you, like a mother caring for her little children” (1 Thessalonians 2:6b-7).

     

    A mother’s love reflects the love of the Lord, deep in its capacity and generous in its application. She awakens in the middle of the night to nurse a hungry infant or care for a sick child. Her intuition injects love at points of pain and in situations that require extensive encouragement. A mother’s love lingers long in conversation and understands with her sensitive heart. She loves, because Christ’s love compels her to love like Him.

    Moreover, a mother’s love is loyal and longstanding. A child may be in trouble, but Mom is always close by, full of compassion and acceptance. Her love can be blind in its loyalty, but her offspring never doubts where they are welcome. Jesus was rejected by angry, jealous men and abandoned by His closest friends, but His mother was waiting with Him to the bitter end, “Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother…” (John 19:25a).

    A mother’s love even has the capacity to be a mother to those who are not biologically her own. Amazingly, she can informally “adopt” people for a season and love them emotionally, physically, spiritually, and relationally. She opens her home, shares her food, gives her time, dispenses her wisdom, and encourages obedience to follow Christ. Paul experienced this. “Greet Rufus, chosen in the Lord, and his mother, who has been a mother to me, too” (Romans 16:13). Moms sometime mother greatness not their own.

    Lastly, a mother’s love is gentle, the way God is gentle toward His children. He calls us to love and to lead like Jesus. Love serves people and does not rule with rigor. “God's servant must not be argumentative, but a gentle listener and a teacher who keeps cool, working firmly but patiently with those who refuse to obey” (2 Timothy 2:24, TM).

    Prayer: Do I model gentle and patient love? Do others feel safe to share their sorrows with me?

    Related Readings: Genesis 47:12; Ruth 4:16; John 21:15-17; James 3:17

    Post/Tweet this today: Moms sometime mother greatness not their own. #mother #love

    Taken from Reading #13 in the NEW 30-day devotional book, “Wisdom for Mothers”… http://bit.ly/InvUdR


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