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  • Praying Husband

    Posted on February 25, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Isaac prayed to the LORD on behalf of his wife, because she was barren. The LORD answered his prayer, and his wife Rebekah became pregnant.” Genesis 25:21

     

    A praying husband appeals to the Lord for the sake of his wife. He bombards heaven on behalf of his bride with big things, like having babies, and he is consistent in praying for his wife everyday for important matters such as peace and security. Prayer is one of God’s select weapons that a husband can wield in defense of his woman. God has called you to be the spiritual warrior of your home, and prayer is your first line of defense. If prayer is compromised, then you have no air support from your heavenly Father. Without prayer covering your home and wife, you and your family are open to blistering assaults from the devil and his demons.

    So pray for God’s hedge of protection (Job 1:10). The strategy of the stealth enemy is to keep you busy with only a token of prayer on your breath. An overly active man is probably a prayerless man; a man consumed with his own deal is probably a prayerless man; a man absorbed by pride is probably a prayerless man; a man who serves a small God is probably a prayerless man; a man angry at his wife is probably a prayerless man. A husband whose prayers are hindered is a man who knows he needs to pray for his wife, but doesn’t. He is a man powerless as a spiritual leader (1 Peter 3:7).
       
    Prayer for your wife leads you to forgive your wife; prayer for your wife leads you to love your wife; and prayer for your wife leads to the abundant life. You cannot pray for your wife and stay mad at her. You cannot pray for your wife and not want to hang out with her, for prayer facilitates intimacy. Prayer changes your heart and hers. Therefore, agree together to schedule a time just to pray (1 Corinthians 7:5), for prayer unleashes the resources and the blessings of God. Satan shudders at the thought of a praying husband. A husband will win the battle for his family if he fights the enemy on his knees. It is a posture of desperation for God that brings victory and reconciliation. Husbands, prayer is your most potent marriage resource.
       
    Therefore, get on your knees and do not get up until you have persevered in prayer for your helpmate. Courageously cry out to God on her behalf. Pray for her inner beauty to be reflected in her gorgeous countenance. Pray for her to feel God’s love and security. Pray for her to feel your love, support, and respect. Pray for her to be at peace with God, herself, and you. Pray for her to forgive herself and to love herself. Pray for her to have wisdom and discernment as a wife and a mom. Pray for her to love God and hate sin.

    As you pray, see her as God sees her. She is a child of God, and, in Christ, she is holy and acceptable. Thank God for your wife and thank Him for her love for you. Thank Him for her unselfish service. Thank Him that she puts up with your idiosyncrasies. Pray for your wife that she will receive spiritual nourishment from God’s Word and spiritual leadership from you. Pray for her daily and deliberately. Pray for her when you are happy, and pray for her when you are sad. However, hang on, because as you pray, neither of you will ever be the same. Prayer for your wife is profitable; it solicits heaven on her behalf.

    Taken from the February 25th reading in the 365-day devotional book, “Seeking Daily the Heart of God”… http://bit.ly/bQHNIE

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  • Unexpected Good News

    Posted on February 24, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Then He said, “Jesus, remember me when You come into Your kingdom.” Jesus answered him, “Truly I tell you, today you will be with Me in paradise.” Luke 23:42-43

     

    Unexpected good news can take a sincere soul off guard, as much as bad news can. But it is in the pleasantness of the Lord’s comforting words that gratitude and joy are released. Emotion erupts in praise and thanksgiving when a “no” was expected, but a “yes” was lovingly communicated. Humility asks the Lord for His forgiving presence and love. Grateful and wise disciples request the Lord to remember them now and forever.

    Sometimes we strive in uncertainty, ever wondering what’s next. We are tentative to get our hopes up, because we have seen hopeful expectations dashed into discouragement in the past. So, in some situations we find ourselves somewhat skeptical of positive outcomes. Guilt and disappointment jar the foundations of faith with profound persistence. But the Lord does not want to leave His children in suspense—He clarifies.

    “Show me Your ways, LORD, teach me Your paths.” Psalm 25:4

    Today by faith you can walk with Jesus. Your paradise lost on earth is gained back in Christ. During this brief finite time—as a committed follower of Jesus—you have the solid expectation of an abundant life. Health scares, a fractured family or economic turmoil can only test your faith, not destroy your trust in God. Whatever you face—turn face-to-face to Jesus and in humility request Him to remember you—He will and He does.
     
    Your heavenly Father remembers your hard work and He praises you for your diligence. He remembers you in your pregnancy and like Mary, He has bestowed on you His favor. Christ remembers your need for companionship, thus He is orchestrating relationships within His body to bring you His helpmate. He remembers your milestones of love and grief, and He joins you to rejoice and mourn. He remembers you, so you can remember Him and remember others with unexpected good news. Faith expects the unexpected.

    “You who bring good news to Zion, go up on a high mountain. You who bring good news to Jerusalem, lift up your voice with a shout, lift it up, do not be afraid; say to the towns of Judah, “Here is your God!” Isaiah 40:9

    With what unexpected good news can I give God glory and humbly share it to encourage others?

    Related Readings: 2 Kings 7:9; Proverbs 15:30; Mark 1:1; 1 Thessalonians 3:6

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  • Change of Plans

    Posted on February 23, 2012 by Family Christian

    “When they came to the border of Mysia, they tried to enter Bithynia, but the Spirit of Jesus would not allow them to. So they passed by Mysia and went down to Troas.” Acts 16:7-8

     

    Sudden change can shake the faith foundation of the most ardent saints. The unexpected can cause trust to feel threatened. One day the Spirit seems to say one thing and the next day that door shuts and another one opens. Temperaments who like to be in control do not like the feeling of being out of control. But sudden change is a test of trust in Jesus.

    We do our best at work and then we learn that our position will soon be eliminated. We invest in a romantic relationship over a year and then surprisingly—over coffee—learn, that we just need to be friends. We research and wait for the right cure for our disease, only to realize at the last moment that we do not qualify for the treatment. Change happens, and how we respond to change resides in our heart. Thus, experience Christ in change.

    “Praise be to the name of God for ever and ever; wisdom and power are his. He changes times and seasons; he deposes kings and raises up others. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning. He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.” Daniel 2:20-22

    Christ uses change to change His children. Does your need for security trump your trust in Jesus? Does financial certainty have more influence in your life than intimacy with your heavenly Father? Perhaps abrupt change is an opportunity for your character to grow in God’s ways and learn to adapt with a grateful attitude. Fight change and you may flail about like a fatigued swimmer going up stream, or embrace change and excel ahead.

    It is when we draft behind change that our understanding of His will accelerates. Sudden change may be your Savior’s way of protecting you from an unseen incident. By grace, do not grow suspect of a change in plans; instead see Christ in the change. Adjustments need to be made—transitions need to happen, so the ways of God can have their way. Christ doesn’t change, but our understanding of Him does—thus a change of plans.

    “God is not a man, that He should lie, nor a son of man, that He should change His mind. Does He speak and then not act? Does He promise and not fulfill? I have received a command to bless; He has blessed, and I cannot change it.” Number 23:19-20

    What change am I facing that I need to embrace, trusting God in the process?

    Related Readings: Genesis 31:7; 1 Samuel 10:9; Psalm 107:33-35; Hebrews 13:1

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  • Gratitude and Contentment

    Posted on February 22, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus”. 1 Thessalonians 5:18… “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”. Philippians 4:12

     

    Gratitude and contentment go together like turkey and dressing. They feed each other, and are both fostered by faith. When I remember how God has so richly blessed me, I am overwhelmed by His generosity. For example, for His salvation in His son Jesus, I am eternally grateful. His gift of grace, I am grateful for its freedom. His forgiveness, I am grateful for guilt-free living. His love, I am grateful for the ability to love and be loved.

    His holiness, I am grateful His character can be trusted and is transformational. Stuff is secondary, while the blessings of faith, family, friends and fitness grow our contentment. We may not have what we want, or even deserve, but in Christ we have all that is necessary. So, be humbly grateful to God, and contentment will increase its influence.

    “The fear of the LORD leads to life; then one rests content, untouched by trouble”. Proverbs 19:23

    Contentment is to rest in Christ, and trust He is in control. Circumstances, good or bad, are an opportunity for Him to show Himself faithful. So, once you go to God in gratitude, you can live life in contentment knowing Christ is in control. Contentment is not passive and uninformed, but rather it is engaged and educated. It is not anxious. It replaces worry with work, pity with prayer, pride with humility, and grumbling with gratitude.

    Your peace and stability is the fruit of contentment, which grows out of the ground of gratitude. Seed this soil in prayer, and you will see abundance abound. You are able to accommodate in adversity, because the Almighty has gone before you. You are able to bridle wants in prosperity, because gratitude to God and contentment in Christ governs your generosity. Thank God often, and trust Him to cultivate your contentment.

    “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13).

    What are some reasons for my gratitude to God, and how can I express my contentment in Christ?

    Related Readings: Job 1:21; Colossians 2:6-7; 2 Corinthians 6:4-10; Ephesians 4:20-24

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  • Pay Back

    Posted on February 21, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,” says the Lord.” Romans 12:19 (NKJV)

     

    People are not capable of properly paying back those who have hurt or offended them. Pay back is not in the glossary of Jesus followers, because He has already paid the debt for another’s offense. Christians are not determined to get even with evil intent; rather they offer grace and forgiveness. Pay back is God’s pay grade—His justice can be trusted.

    Vengeance is the Lord’s because His perspective is perfect. He sees the heart, weighs motives and dishes out discipline, as He sees fit. Because He owns the process of pay back we are wise not to intervene in His plan. If we take matters into our own hands, we may jeopardize the recognition of divine justice needed to draw someone to Christ. In the end—it’s all about all of us—feeling accountable to the Almighty. Justice points to Jesus. 

    “I will carry out great vengeance on them and punish them in my wrath. Then they will know that I am the LORD, when I take vengeance on them.’” Ezekiel 25:7

    Has a business partner lied and stolen from you? Has the rejection and jealousy of a friend led them to gossip about you—even slander your name? A lawsuit may be the conventional wisdom of the world, but the Lord has a higher purpose for your predicament. It is not about you. Your platform of pain is to pronounce the goodness of God and His faithfulness. Leave your mistreatment in your Master’s hands to handle.

    Sadly, revenge seeps into healthy relationships and poisons them. It is when you take on responsibilities that are reserved for the Lord that you grow distant from Him and others. But, by faith, you can resist revenge and rest in the grace of God. Pray for and resist punishing proud people full of pain. Cook a meal for a friend who has betrayed you. Surprise the unkind with your joy in the Lord and you may be surprised at their interest in Jesus. Give back good and let God pay back evil. Your soul rests when there is no room for revenge.

    “Our Scriptures tell us that if you see your enemy hungry, go buy that person lunch, or if he's thirsty, get him a drink. Your generosity will surprise him with goodness. Don't let evil get the best of you; get the best of evil by doing good.” Romans 12:20-21, The Message

    Lord, who in my life needs me to love them by doing something good for them, even though they have insulted me?

    Related Readings: Isaiah 35:8; 61:2; Micah 5:15; Nahum 1:2; Hebrews 10:30

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  • Humble Wisdom

    Posted on February 20, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Do not be wise in your own eyes, fear the Lord and shun evil”. Proverbs 3:7

     

    Humble wisdom does not hint at a holier-than-thou attitude. On the contrary it is contrite before Christ and modest before men. Humble wisdom is very grateful to God for His blessing of insight and understanding into eternal matters. Wisdom is not a badge of superiority to be worn with pride, but a blanket of security that humbles the heart.

    Wisdom without humility becomes conceited, and is accompanied by a condescending attitude. It is ugly as it disfigures the soul. It is like star athletes, so full of themselves they fail to reach their potential for lack of team support. However, humble wisdom says I am a fellow learner of the Lord’s ways, and I am a work in progress just like you. It is to a heart of humility that God entrusts His wisdom, so stay desperate for divine direction.

    “Who is wise and understanding among you? Let them show it by their good life, by deeds done in the humility that comes from wisdom.” James 3:13

    The more wisdom increases in your heart and mind, the more pride needs to decrease in your persona. It is the fear of the Lord that keeps you from thinking you can be anything special outside of your Savior Jesus. The fear of God does not forget that wisdom comes from above. Yes, your experience enhances wisdom, and your pain can produce wisdom, but ultimately wisdom resides with God and His Word.

    This is why in humility you hunker down and pray, “Heavenly Father I bow in awe before you, and I ask you for insight and direction; you are the author of all wisdom”. It is submission to Christ and His commands that squeezes out selfish worldly wisdom, and replaces it with the humble wisdom of heaven. Therefore, request wisdom for His glory, and never cease to learn from those who the Lord sends into your life.

    “Live in harmony with one another; do not be haughty (snobbish, high-minded, exclusive), but readily adjust yourself to [people, things] and give yourselves to humble tasks. Never overestimate yourself or be wise in your own conceits” (Romans 12:16, Amplified Bible).

    Who can I learn from today, to become wiser in humility of mind and heart?

    Related Readings: I Kings 3:4-15; Isaiah 5:21; Romans 11:20-25; Revelation 14:7

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  • False Security

    Posted on February 19, 2012 by Family Christian

    “When the soldiers returned to the camp, the elders of Israel asked,
    ‘Why did the Lord bring defeat upon us today before the Philistines? Let us bring the ark of the Lord’s covenant from Shiloh, so that it may go with us and save us from the hand of our enemies.’” 1 Samuel 4:3

     

    Our security is in God alone. Security is not found in a representation of God, but in God. The church is the bride of Christ, but it is not your security. Your spouse is your lifelong companion, but he or she is not your security. Money is useful, but it is not your security. Your children are a blessing, but they are not your security. Your job is necessary, but it is not your security. Armies protect nations, but national security is ultimately God’s call.

    God does not allow the security that comes only from Him to be found in another. This is why He is God. He is the secure one. You are eternally secure in Christ. Do not fret over your fearful situation. Rather, seek your security in Christ. You will become insecure if you attempt to be secure outside of Jesus. There is not enough money, time or insulation from the world to keep you secure, only Christ can do that. Security is His prerogative. Any substitute for His security is an attempt to prostitute His peace. It can’t be done.

    Security is not found in Jesus plus something else. This only dilutes the security of your Savior. Do not spend all your effort and energy arranging a secure life. You will never be satisfied with your self-made security. Authentic security and contentment are in the Lord. He is your security guard. As you follow Him, anything in your life has to come through His care. However, for better or for worse, He does not allow us to live in a risk-free environment. Yes, we have freedom in Christ but not without danger. Tragedy could strike any day. A car accident, a terminal illness, a rebellious child, a lost job, or rejection from a friend can shake your confident security in the Lord.

    So, when your faith is tested, will you still rely on His stellar track record of security? Or, will you panic and make matters worse by relaxing your principles or even abandoning your faith in God? Now is not the time to bail on God. You are still secure in Him, even when things go wrong. Do not choose to battle through life alone. You will lose if you do. You will lose sleep—maybe your health, peace and security. Stay true to heaven’s security forces. His angels are sentries of care who watch over you. A spiritual battle is raging all around you. Satan will crush your self-made security, but he flees in the face of a man or woman secure in Christ.

    There are no weapons in his arsenal that can penetrate the solid armor of God. The armor of the Lord defines His attributes of security. Your freedom is secured by His belt of truth. Your heart is protected by His breastplate of righteousness. You can walk securely with Him, because your feet are covered by His peace. You can be confident that His shield of faith extinguishes the fiery arrows of the enemy. Your mind is secured by His helmet of salvation. Your offensive security lies in the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God. Now this is security “up close and personal.” Chose each day to be suited up by the Lord, and you will be secure. An exposed life is an insecure life. Therefore, be clothed with Christ. Security is in your Savior alone!   

    Taken from Dose 85 in the 90-day devotional book, “Infusion”… http://bit.ly/bQHNIE

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  • Love Forgives

    Posted on February 18, 2012 by Family Christian

    ”It [love] keeps no record of wrongs.   1 Corinthians 13:5

     

    Love forgives continually and it forgives comprehensively. Forgiveness wipes clean the slate of offense, hence it is freeing for everyone. Indeed, forgiveness was the heartbeat of Jesus. Some of His last words requested forgiveness from God for the ignorant acts of His offenders (Luke 23:34). Christ’s greatest act of love was the forgiveness He extended by His voluntary death on the cross (Colossians 2:13-15). Jesus described His own act of love when He said, “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13). Jesus was the epitome of love and forgiveness; He owns the trademark.
       
    Forgiveness is the fuel for living a life free from the clutter of cutting words and unjust acts. A life without forgiveness is a lonely life locked up in the solitary confinement of sin. Forgiveness flows when you have been authentically and thoroughly forgiven. Half-hearted forgiveness is the destiny of those who have not tasted the tender touch of forgiveness from their heavenly Father. Unless the forgiveness of God has graced your heart and soul, your capacity for forgiveness will be foreign and futile.

    It is the grace of God and faith in Him that fuels forgiveness in followers of Christ. The job description of Christians is to love with forgiveness because we have been forgiven (Colossians 3:13). Think about the depth and breadth of your forgiveness. Ignorant acts, they are forgiven; drunkenness, it’s forgiven; lust, it’s forgiven; immorality, it’s forgiven; hate, it’s forgiven; ignoring God, it’s forgiven; unbelief, it’s forgiven. Love forgives because it has been forgiven.
       
    Remember where you were BC (before Christ), and reflect on where you would be today without His love and forgiveness. Recall what it was like to be lost and bound up in your sin, and celebrate how far God has brought you. Love is extremely grateful for God’s goodness and redeeming power. Forgiveness is second nature and somewhat automatic for followers of Jesus who are consumed with Christ’s love. They are enamored with God’s love for them and others. When you have been forgiven much, you love much (Luke 7:47). Your capacity to love is directly tied to your willingness to receive Christ’s forgiveness. Accept the Almighty’s forgiveness so that you can extend forgiveness. Let go of unforgiveness and replace it with His unconditional love.

    Love looks for excuses to eliminate hard feelings, as it replaces resentment and bitterness with love and forgiveness. Love by forgiving your family member who may not even know they hurt your heart. Love by forgiving your friend who volitionally violated your confidence. Love by forgiving your father and mother who are preoccupied parents. Love by forgiving your child who is ungrateful and selfish. Love by forgiving yourself for your stupid decisions. Forgiveness forgets the past, engages in the present, and hopes in the future. Extend forgiveness indiscriminately and receive it graciously. Delete any record of wrongs from the hard drive of your heart. Call, write, or initiate a freeing conversation of forgiveness. Reject the temptation for indignation and humbly receive God’s grace instead. Love liberally by regularly relying on forgiveness. Love forgives.

    Taken from the February 16th reading in the 365-day devotional book, “Seeking Daily the Heart of God”… http://bit.ly/bQHNIE

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  • The Lords Favor

    Posted on February 17, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Moses said, "If now I have found favor in your sight, O Lord, I pray, let the Lord go with us." Exodus 34:9

     

    The Lord’s favor precedes those who follow hard after Him. It is a surrendered life of faith and obedience that is able to enjoy supernatural strength from the Holy Spirit. Favor from above is not bought or manipulated on earth; rather it is an act of grace that God gives to those He can trust. The Lord’s favor is found on those faithful to His word.

    Are you enjoying the favor of your heavenly Father in your family and work? Are you grateful to God for the opportunities and people He has placed in your life? His favor is not to be taken for granted or forgotten. In fact, unacknowledged favor from the Lord looses the Almighty’s acknowledgement. His favor flourishes where faith is the focus.

    “The Lord has done this for me,” she said. “In these days he has shown his favor and taken away my disgrace among the people.” Luke 1:25

    So, it is a subtle, but profound difference to seek favors from the Lord, instead of seeking the favor of the Lord. We seek to finish school, but are we seeking God in the process? We seek to have a family, but are we seeking to grow their faith, as they get older? We seek to advance our career, but do we seek to advance the kingdom of God in the marketplace? God’s favor rests where He gets His best results. In fact, this may mean He takes you through trials and tribulations for His glory.

    The favor of the Lord is not for the faint-hearted, since He holds responsible those who have encountered His power for good. Handle well His blessing on the little things in your life and you become a candidate for favor in  situations with a larger scope of influence. Thus, with a humble and contrite spirit, obey His word, and be extremely grateful for the Lord’s favor. Yes, stay blessable, so you can be a blessing to others.

    “Has not my hand made all these things, and so they came into being?” declares the Lord. “These are the ones I look on with favor: those who are humble and contrite in spirit, and who tremble at my word” Isaiah 66:2

    Lord, how can I stay blessable, so I can be a blessing to others?

    Related Readings: Genesis 28:10-22; Psalm 90:17; Proverbs 8:35; 11:1; 12; 18:22

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  • Walking Wisely

    Posted on February 16, 2012 by Family Christian

    “Thus you will walk in the ways of good men, and keep to the paths of the righteous.” Proverbs 2:20

     

    Walking wisely means you keep company with those who love and obey Christ. They are your influencers, because their values reflect the route you want to take in life. There is an alignment of purpose with people who pray together on behalf of the greater good of God’s Kingdom. So in college walk with the crowd who is all about character building, service to others, studies, love for the Lord and obedience to His commands.

    At work prayerfully partner with those who are principled in their business philosophy. Someone may have less skill and experience, but you can trust their heart to do what they say they will do. Moreover, do not negotiate with mediocre living, as it is distasteful in the mouth of your Master Jesus. Instead walk with those who raise you to righteous living.

    “Walk with the wise and become wise, for a companion of fools suffers harm.” Proverbs 13:20

    Of course you are to reach out and care for sinners, but with the purpose of loving them to the Lord. God has placed you in the life of unbelievers to influence them toward heaven. Perhaps one day they will thank you for your patience and prayers. Walking wisely means you learn to do well by being with those who aspire to intimacy with the Almighty. You walk with the ones who obey the One.

    Furthermore, your family may need you to slow down, because you have run so far ahead they are unable to keep up and benefit from your presence. Walk with your sons and daughters while you can. Your leadership at work will advance in significance when  your entire team walks with you in focus. Above all else, walk with the Lord and He will give you wisdom and insight into who to walk with and where.

    “This is what the LORD says: Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls. But you said, 'We will not walk in it’ Jeremiah 6:16

    Who do I need to cease walking with, who do I need to continue walking with, and who do I need to begin walking with?

    Related Readings: Psalm 119:63-115; I Corinthians 5:11; Hebrews 6:12

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