5/2/16: Actions Speak of Identity

•May 2, 2016 • 2 Comments

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In an attempt to teach my students a grammatical point, I wrote a poem entitled “That vs. Who.” In it, I discuss in a humorous way that the proper pronoun to use when referring to people is “who,” and use “that” when referring to animals and all non-living things. A couple of stanzas from the poem read thusly:

To be a “that” is very bad, Your personhood is gone. To be a “that’s” a problem, And someone must right this wrong

When you speak of someone In a sentence, keep in view; A person never is a “that”. A person is a “who”.

In addition to the grammar lesson, I believe my poem also makes a point about the importance of identity. There’s comfort in knowing who we are. Our perception of our identity is the basis for our reason for operating in the world as we do. Important people act important; influential people exert influence. Conversely, those who feel invisible slink to the background and act as if no one cares. Our true identity speaks in the way we carry ourselves.

When it mattered most, Jesus allowed his identity to speak for Him. During the illegal trials that led to His conviction and death sentence, Jesus was asked point blank to identify Himself. In Mark 14:61 – 62 (NKJ) we read, “…Again the high priest asked Him, saying to Him, ‘Are You the Christ, the Son of the Blessed?’ And Jesus said, ‘I am…’” Then in front of Pilate, we see His assertion again. “Then Pilate asked Him, ‘Are You the King of the Jews?’ And He answered and said to him, ‘It is as you say’” Mark 15:2 (NKJ). His declaration to the high priest got Him condemned by the religious leaders; His acknowledgment to Pilate got Him condemned by the political leader. Jesus was who He said He was, and the subsequent actions of dying and resurrecting proved His true identity.

Let’s remember the words of Matthew 5:11-12: “Blessed are you when {men} cast insults at you, and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely, on account of Me. Rejoice, and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you” (NAS). What are our actions saying about our identity? Are others watching and listening to us and then asking, “So that’s a Christian?” or are they proclaiming, “So that’s a Christian.”

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5/1/16: God’s Ideas About Raising Kids

•May 1, 2016 • 1 Comment

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My book, Raising Boys to be like Jesus, is all about allowing Jesus to be the ultimate role model in the lives of our boys. Early in the book I say, “Remember, the first words of Proverbs 22:6 are stated to parents emphatically. ‘Train up a child…’ The training of your son is your primary responsibility and duty. What better tracking device of your progress as a successful parent can there be but to watch your son’s development as he stands inch-for-inch measuring up to the growth chart that mirrors the life of Christ?”

In Judges chapter 13, we read of Manoah and his wife, a barren Israelite couple. The Angel of the Lord (the pre-incarnate Jesus Himself) physically visited with them and told them they would have a child who would deliver Israel out of the hand of the Philistines. Of course, they were shocked and amazed by this news, but Manoah kept his head about him enough to ask, “Now let Your words come to pass! What will be the boy’s rule of life, and his work?” Judges 13:12 (NKJ)

Just as Manoah knew that without divine instruction and assistance, he was inadequate to raise a son destined for great ministry; so we must understand the same thing. Each child entrusted to our care is a precious gift from God for whom He has big plans. We must ask God every day for His guidance in raising them. But let’s remember: there’s a wide gulf between asking God a question and following through on His answer. Once we receive God’s guidance, we must be submissive to Him and actually parent our children as He says we should. For example:

  1. Don’t leave them to govern themselves: “The rod of correction imparts wisdom, but a child left to himself disgraces his mother” Proverbs 29:15 (NIV),
  2. Teach them the value of work: “He who gathers crops in summer is a wise son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son” Proverbs 10:5 (NIV), and
  3. Fathers should especially be involved in diligently training them in all areas of life: “Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord” Ephesians 6:4 (NIV).

Let’s not trust our own instincts, society’s dictates, nor even “how we were raised” when it comes to parenting. Let’s look first and foremost to God’s word, guidance, and assistance in raising children who will do great exploits for the Kingdom.

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4/30/16: What to Do With What You Want Most

•April 30, 2016 • 2 Comments

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Have you ever prayed for something that God ultimately granted? What a wonderful feeling it is to receive that for which we have prayed. We know for sure it is God’s special gift to us, and for a while, we treat it as such. Unfortunately, as time moves along, we become comfortable and casual with that thing or person, and that valued answered prayer becomes commonplace to us. The saying can be true that “familiarity breeds contempt” and we actually can allow ourselves to come to despise that which was once so very precious.

In the book of First Samuel, Hannah teaches us how not to let that happen. What she wanted most was a child. She prayed and prayed for this child and finally came to the place where she made a vow to the Lord. She said, “O LORD of hosts, if You will indeed look on the affliction of Your maidservant and remember me, and not forget Your maidservant, but will give Your maidservant a male child, then I will give him to the LORD all the days of his life…” 1 Samuel 1:11 (NKJ).

The priest spoke to Hannah, heard her request, and declared that God would grant her petition. Sure enough, within the process of time, Hannah had that baby. You would think she’d return to that priest, show him the child, and give her testimony and thanks, right? She did that, but she went even further. She actually followed through with the original vow she had made. After weaning Samuel, she took him to the priest and left him there to be raised as a servant of the Lord by the priest himself. She literally gave him to the Lord all the days of his life, just as she had vowed.

But Hannah did something else as well with what she wanted most. We usually overlook the fact that before she was even pregnant, she began to act like God had answered her prayer. As soon as the priest declared that God would grant her petition, she changed her attitude. She stopped crying and fasting. The Scriptures say, “…So the woman went her way and ate, and her face was no longer sad. Then they rose early in the morning and worshiped before the LORD…” 1 Samuel 1:18-19 (NKJ).

Hannah’s request for a son was a good and honorable request. Since we know that “the prayer of the upright is His delight” (Proverbs 15:8b), we can be confident that God will grant the petitions that are best for us and that are in line with His will for us. Like Hannah, we must exercise our faith in God’s answer even before we see the manifestation of it. Then we must have the attitude to offer to God even those things which we want most. Finally, upon receipt of the answer, we must literally give that precious gift back to God. The answered prayer will forever remain precious to us and will still remain ours – Samuel was still Hannah’s son – but oh how God can abundantly bless what we will share with Him.

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4/29/16: On the Worth of Words

•April 29, 2016 • 1 Comment

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We’ve heard it said that talk is cheap; yet, the Bible says, “Like apples of gold in settings of silver is a word spoken in right circumstances” Proverbs 25:11 (NAS). The Message Bible translates that verse like this, “The right word at the right time is like a custom-made piece of jewelry.” And The King James version calls that word “a word fitly spoken.” Any way you size it up, the Bible is saying that knowing how to use the right words at the right time goes a long way.

Jesus was our master example of how to use just the right words at just the right times. In Luke chapter 20, Jesus uses a parable to counter a confrontation by the chief priests, scribes, and elders. Their indignation was so hot afterwards that they could hardly contain themselves. Luke 20:19-20 shows their reaction, “And the chief priests and the scribes that very hour sought to lay hands on Him… for they knew that He had spoken this parable against them. So they watched Him, and sent spies who pretended to be righteous, that they might seize on His words…” (NKJ)

Notice how Jesus’ enemies sought to catch Him – by His words. Isn’t it ironic that the Word of God (that’s who Jesus is) would be accused by His words? They actually sought to destroy the Word of God because of words. Well, how successful were they? Luke 20:26 tells us, “But they could not catch Him in His words in the presence of the people. And they marveled at His answer and kept silent” (NKJ).

The enemies of our faith will seek to destroy us by our words too. After all, we are going around touting that we know God, we love Jesus, the Lord is the head of our lives, and the Savior lives in our hearts. Okay then, how do you answer the accusers? What do you say to the critics? How do you counter the naysayers? Let’s take the following verses of Scripture with us today as we consider our words:

  •  Colossians 4:6 – Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one. (NKJ)
  • 1 Peter 3:15 – But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear. (NKJ)

Now face the day with this prayer in your heart: “Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer” Psalm 19:14 (KJV).

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4/28/16: Be Where You Can Find Favor

•April 28, 2016 • 2 Comments

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The narrative of Ruth in the Bible is a beautiful love story. If you’re an incurable romantic like me, you’ll love it; but even if you’re not, you will have to at least smile at the end. Here’s this Moabite woman – someone the men of Israel weren’t even supposed to associate with much less marry – who conducts herself so admirably that she ends up the wife of the most eligible bachelor in town. Not only that, in the long run, she becomes one of the ancestors in the line that led to Jesus Christ.

How did she do it? Simple. Ruth went where she could find favor.

The first place Ruth went was into the arms of the God of Israel. She married an Israelite, a man of an entirely different race and religion, and accepted his God. We know that from her own words in Ruth 1:16 when she affirmed to Naomi, her mother-in-law, “…Entreat me not to leave you, or to turn back from following after you; for wherever you go, I will go; and wherever you lodge, I will lodge; your people shall be my people, and your God, my God.” (NKJ)

After their husbands died, the next place Ruth went was to Bethlehem with Naomi. Bethlehem means ‘house of bread.’ Ruth left her native land to be fully a part of the family of God in their homeland.

Then Ruth chose a wise place to go to work. She said to Naomi, “Please let me go to the field, and glean heads of grain after him in whose sight I may find favor” Ruth 2:2 (NKJ). She didn’t choose just any field; she was interested only in a workplace where she “may find favor.” This word ‘favor’ in Hebrew is ‘chen’ meaning “graciousness, kindness, beauty, pleasant, and precious.” You see, Ruth wasn’t attracted to rough, unsavory places or people. No “bad boy” fascination here. She chose her location and associations wisely.

Shall we take a lesson from Ruth today? Where are we hanging out and with whom? Are we even considering the long run, the down-the-road possibilities of our associations with certain places and people? If we go to God first, hang out where God’s people hang out, and do honest work where God’s favor rests, we’ll be in the vicinity when the blessings rain down.

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4/27/16: Turn Shame Into Story

•April 27, 2016 • 1 Comment

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All of us have done stuff of which we are ashamed. We were probably quite good at performing those shameful deeds too. In fact, I bet we spent time planning them, exhausted resources perfecting them, and expended energy performing them.

Thankfully (and hopefully), we put those days behind us once we had a real encounter with God. Still, unfortunately, after we commit ourselves to the Lord, there are times when we still sin, both unintentionally and willingly. We find ourselves in shame again; again in the position to ask for grace, mercy, and forgiveness. Then, in His awesome love, God forgives and restores, encourages us to go and sin no more, and we are revived and move along our merry way.

Let’s be encouraged today, though, not to forget from what and where God has brought us. The Psalmist says, “Restore to me the joy of Your salvation, and uphold me by Your generous Spirit. Then I will teach transgressors Your ways, and sinners shall be converted to You” Ps 51:12-13 (NKJ). Notice that once his joy is restored and he’s again uplifted by God’s generous Spirit, he doesn’t stop there. He speaks up to teach transgressors about God’s ways. What ways are those? God’s ways of dealing with sin.

You see, God taught this Psalmist something in what he went through. In the same way, God teaches us. When we sin against Him, He chastises us and lets us suffer some consequences. He wants us to learn and turn. Once we do, although our first instinct is to forget that shame and that pain, to the contrary, our responsibility is to turn that shame into the story that will teach others about the righteousness, goodness, mercy, and grace of God.

It’s fabulous to face a temptation and come out victorious on the other side having resisted it. However, even when we fail our tests, God can get the glory from the testimony of what we’ve learned. We’re not bragging about our sin, but by exposing skeletons, we will find they have no muscle to hurt us any longer. Like the Psalmist, once restored to joy by God’s generous Spirit, teach transgressors of what God can do and watch as they are converted to Him.

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4/26/16: Gotta Forgive

•April 26, 2016 • 2 Comments

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Why do we find it so hard to forgive? It may be because we have a pretty inflated view or ourselves. Deep down, we feel everyone should do things our way and agree with our opinion. That’s why we will either argue our point or passively-aggressively get quiet and fume within, still knowing we’re right. So when someone wrongs us, we’re ready to stand our ground, dig in our heels, and justify our anger with thoughts like, How dare they treat me that way, or What nerve to speak to me in that manner, or I can’t wait until something bad happens to her; she’ll see how it feels.

In Luke 17:1-5, Jesus tells us, “It is impossible that no offenses should come…” In other words, stuff will happen to us at the hands of others. However, Jesus goes on to say that we don’t want to be the ones causing the offense. The offender is the one in the tough position. Of him, Jesus says, “…but woe to him through whom they do come! It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were thrown into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.”

Now you might be thinking, That’s right. Get ‘em Jesus! Hold on; not so fast, oh great Holier-than-Thou friend. Jesus continues, “Take heed to yourselves. If your brother sins against you, rebuke him; and if he repents, forgive him. And if he sins against you seven times in a day, and seven times in a day returns to you, saying, ‘I repent,’ you shall forgive him.” The apostles’ only response to this was, “Increase our faith.”

What is Jesus telling us? It’s simple. We will be wronged, but we will also wrong others. For every person who has been wronged, there is a person who has committed the offense. We’re all guilty. Keep in mind; we’re talking here about brothers who offend one another – those who really do care about each other. When we wrong each other, relationships are broken and both parties are injured. We should desire to restore the relationship, but the only way that is possible is if that person will forgive us and if we will forgive them.

So what should we do when we’ve been offended?

  1. “Take heed to yourselves.” Take a look inside our own heart first. If the shoe were on the other foot, wouldn’t we want to be forgiven?
  2. “Rebuke.” Go to the one who has caused the offense and let her know what she did that hurt us. If done right – in love – this rebuke could act as the lesson that will correct any such future behavior.
  3. “Forgive.” If the person requests forgiveness, grant it.

Jesus just told us the plight of those who commit offenses (remember the millstone comment?) so it’s unbecoming to sit and muse about what if they don’t repent. That’s not our concern. Forgive and move on. In another Scripture, Jesus tells us, “But if you do not forgive, neither will your Father in heaven forgive your trespasses” Mark 11:26 (NKJ).

Let it go. Humbly repent if you’ve offended someone; grant forgiveness to your offenders.

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