2/14/18: Show Your Love

•February 15, 2018 • 2 Comments

A month ago, my husband, James, had surgery on his leg, so we spent the long Dr. King holiday weekend together at Torrance Memorial Hotel. (Okay, it was a hospital, but it’s all a matter of perspective!) That weekend also happened to be my birthday weekend, but I have one of those every year, and this surgery was much more important. He and I were together.

Now, a month later, he is still in recovery mode, and although he’s getting around a little bit better, walking any distance is still pretty uncomfortable. We usually go out to a nice restaurant for our Valentine’s Day celebration dinner, but plans would have to be altered from to norm this year, and that’s no problem to me for us to just chill at home. He and I would be together.

Well, unbeknownst to me, James had special plans anyway. The day started with my receiving a gorgeous bouquet of American Beauty red roses at work. My friend and colleague, Tanya, came into my first period class carrying the tall, etched vase filled with the beautiful blooms. My students oooh’d and aaah’d as I grinned and read the card: “Thanks for being here for me. Love you with all my heart. Happy Valentine’s Day, James.”

Then when I got home carrying the chocolate pie that was my gift for him, he had an “I’m-up-to-something” look on his face. I went in to change my clothes and then he called me into the kitchen. Something was thrashing around in the sink. There were 4 lobsters! James had ordered a full lobster dinner, complete with the main course, clam chowder, spinach, baked potato, salad, and white wine! The two beautiful cards – one physical, one e-card – topped off the special blessings and surprises for the day! Instead of taking me out, he had brought Valentine’s Day in. Relaxed setting, great meal, front row seats for the Laker game, no need to dress up: what a cool “date,” and he and I were together.

Through his love and thoughtfulness, my husband teaches us that we can make special times happen even if everything is not going perfectly well for us at the time. James’s plans followed some of the admonishments of Scripture. Philippians 2:4 tells us, “Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others (NKJ), and First John 3:18 says, “Dear children, let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions” (NLT).

Although Valentine’s Day is a great day to show our love, we don’t have to wait until next year to make someone’s day special. God doesn’t wait to show us His love every day. Let’s make it a regular habit to look out for and fulfill “the interests of others,” and show our love “by our actions.”

And Happy Valentine’s Day!

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2/13/18: The Impression We Leave

•February 13, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Children are attracted to that which glitters and shines. Their eyes widen when they see shiny new toys and objects that light up, move, and sing. They begin a begging campaign that would rival the closing argument of the best lawyer in town, employing all their faculties to convince Mommy or Daddy that life is over unless they own that item.

There was a lot of “bling” in King Solomon’s kingdom, and the crown prince, Rehoboam, had grown up around all of it. He was 41-years-old when he began his reign so he had seen all of his father’s glory days. It would seem like the son of the wisest man who ever lived, and the grandson of a man after God’s own heart, would have continued to live according to the godly legacy that had been built for him. Unfortunately, we read that “he did evil, because he did not prepare his heart to seek the Lord” 2 Chronicles 12:14.

What happened? Taking the whole story into account, I believe Rehoboam, like all children, was more entranced by the glitter than by God, more enthralled by the shiny than by the service. His father had reigned for 40 years, so ever since Rehoboam was one-year-old, he’d lived the charmed life of the crown prince. As David impressed godliness upon Solomon, Solomon tried to impress godliness upon Rehoboam. We read his words to his son throughout the book of Proverbs:

  • Prov 23:26 My son, give me your heart, and let your eyes observe my ways.
  • Prov 2:1-5 My son, if you receive my words, and treasure my commands within you, so that you incline your ear to wisdom, and apply your heart to understanding… Then you will understand the fear of the LORD, and find the knowledge of God.
  • Prov 3:1-7 My son, do not forget my law, but let your heart keep my commands; For length of days and long life and peace they will add to you. Let not mercy and truth forsake you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart, and so find favor and high esteem in the sight of God and man. Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths. Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and depart from evil.
  • Prov 23:15-17 My son, if your heart is wise, my heart will rejoice– indeed, I myself; yes, my inmost being will rejoice when your lips speak right things. Do not let your heart envy sinners, but be zealous for the fear of the LORD all the day.

But Rehoboam saw his daddy receive abundant, expensive gifts from all over the world and witnessed his daddy’s romantic exploits with hundreds of women. He saw his daddy begin to slip by building temples to his wives’ gods, yet not seem to get into serious trouble with God about it. The glitzy life went on as usual. Solomon’s words about fearing and following God flickered helplessly beside the bright lights of the pull of power, wealth, and women. The outcome was a child who grew to only half-heartedly follow God.

Children have the uncanny ability to see into our actions and read what they mean. They repeat more of what they see and experience than what they hear. We teach by our actions what we value most. What are we impressing upon our children? What will they emulate? Are they more attracted to our possessions or our position in the Kingdom? It might be eye-opening to ask your children to write out a list of the five most important things they’ve learned from you, and the five most impressive things they’ll remember about you. These are the things they will take with them into their future and will teach to your grand-children. Does anything about God appear on either of those lists?

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2/12/18: Jesus Is Who He Says He Is

•February 12, 2018 • 1 Comment

Have you ever known people who said they were something and then acted totally differently? A person like that is called a “perpetrator.” Some people “perpetrate” to make you think they are rich. Others “perpetrate” to make you think they are smart. Still others “perpetrate” to make you think they have more influence than they really have. However you cut it, a perpetrator is a fake.

Not so with Jesus Christ. Look at just the Scriptures in the book of John in which He tells us point blank who He is:

John 6:35a  “I am the bread of life…”    John 8:12 “I am the light of the world…”

John 10:7 “I am the door of the sheep.”       John 10:11 “I am the good Shepherd…”

John 14:6 “I am the way, the truth, and the life…” John 15:5 “I am the vine, ye are the branches…”

John 11:25 “I am the resurrection, and the life…”

Since Jesus is who He says He is, He acts in accordance with His identity. For example, as the Bread, He feeds us; as the Light, He shows us our way; as the Vine, He passes needed nourishment to us, the branches; and so forth. Knowing that Jesus is not a perpetrator should embolden our faith. When the hungry multitude needed Him, He was their Bread. When Mary and Martha grieved over the death of their brother, He was the Resurrection. Jesus is what we His children need Him to be because He is who He says He is. Trust.

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2/9/18 – Battle-Winning Strategy

•February 9, 2018 • 2 Comments

 

Do you want to know how to win battles? Take a clue from some of the Israelites. First Chronicles chapter five gives us a glimpse of some battle-winning strategy.

  • The sons of Reuben, the Gadites, and half the tribe of Manasseh had forty-four thousand seven hundred and sixty valiant men, men able to bear shield and sword, to shoot with the bow, and skillful in war, who went to war. They made war with the Hagrites, Jetur, Naphish, and Nodab. (First Chronicles 5:18-19, NKJ)

The sons of Reuben, the Gadites, and half the tribe of Manasseh went into the battle prepared.

  • They had 44,760 valiant, skilled soldiers
  • They were strong enough to carry all their armor and swords
  • They were expert marksmen
  • They were capable, competent, and proficient in the ways of war
  • They were engaged in the battle—no one was slothful or holding back

These guys were the Green Beret of their day, the SWAT officers, the special unit. Yet there was one more piece to their victory strategy. Even though they used every ounce of training and their own ability, they did not forget to carry with them their biggest gun of all—reliance upon God. “And they were helped against [their enemies], and the Hagrites were delivered into their hand, and all who were with them, for they cried out to God in the battle. He heeded their prayer, because they put their trust in Him” First Chronicles 5:20, NKJ (emphasis added).

When we face our enemies—especially the hellish horde, our spiritual foes—it’s a good battle plan to start by rallying the troops. Pull together those stalwart saints who we know will engage in the battle on their knees with us. Then wear and carry the armor; don’t get caught without the belt of truth, the breastplate of righteousness, the good news shoes, the shield of faith, the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the Word of God. Keep practiced up in proper sword use by “rightly dividing the Word” (see Second Timothy 2:15), and be strong and courageous, standing firm against all the methodology of the adversary.

Then, let’s not forget to pull God into the mix. It is His power that will ultimately help us to win. Notice that the Israelites cried out to God “in the battle.” As they fought, God “helped them against…all who were with [the enemy].” My mom used to say, “Work like everything depends on you; pray like everything depends on God.” The winning strategy is to fight and pray. It works every time.

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2/8/18: Do You Know What the Devil Knows?

•February 8, 2018 • Leave a Comment

It’s always a good idea to know what your enemy knows. One of the main strategies of competitive sports teams is to study game tapes of the other team. In basketball, for example, on game day, the Team A’s players take the court knowing that Team B depends upon the three-point shot of one of their guards. Team A also realizes that if they can take Team B’s center to his left, they take him away from his strong side. Team A can win the game by challenging the strengths and exploiting weaknesses of Team B. But here’s the caveat: Team B knows that Team A has watched their tapes, so if Team B knows themselves, they can thwart Team A’s efforts.

Our enemy knows some things. He’s been “watching our tapes” and knows our strengths and weaknesses. 1 Peter 5:8 says, “Stay alert! Watch out for your great enemy, the devil. He prowls around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour” (NLT). But here’s the great news. We know what the devil knows, so we should be fortified to use what he knows against him.

And exactly what does the devil know? The devil is not omniscient like God is so he only knows what he’s been studying of humankind for centuries. That’s a lot, but that’s not what we need to concern ourselves about. The main thing we need to remember is that the devil knows who Jesus Christ is. Time and time again, when Jesus came near a person possessed by a demon, the demon would identify Jesus. It happened twice in Luke chapter 4 alone. Luke 4:33-34 says, “Now in the synagogue there was a man who had a spirit of an unclean demon. And he cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Let us alone! What have we to do with You, Jesus of Nazareth? Did You come to destroy us? I know who You are—the Holy One of God!” and Luke 4:41 says, “And demons also came out of many, crying out and saying, “You are the Christ, the Son of God!”

All we have to be concerned about is the fact that the demons know Jesus because when we identify with Christ, our lives are hidden with Christ in God (see Colossians 3:3).

So the question is: do you know at least as much as the demons know? Do you know who Jesus is and do you know to hide in Him when the enemy attacks? Jesus did a slam dunk on the devil to win the game at Calvary and the Resurrection. Always remember that you are on the winning team.

 

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2/7/18: Be on the Winning Side

•February 7, 2018 • Leave a Comment

When David had to go on the run from King Saul, the first people who rallied to his support were his family members. The next folks were not necessarily the folks David would have chosen as followers. I Samuel 22:1-2 says, “David therefore departed from there and escaped to the cave of Adullam. So when his brothers and all his father’s house heard it, they went down there to him. And everyone who was in distress, everyone who was in debt, and everyone who was discontented gathered to him. So he became captain over them. And there were about four hundred men with him” (NKJ).

If it’s true that birds of a feature flock together, this ragtag band of followers doesn’t seem to speak too well of David. Look who decided to band with him: those in distress, those in debt, and those who were discontented. Man, what a bunch of complainers!

However, maybe the bird saying is the wrong way to look at it. Perhaps a better cliché would be “it takes one to know one.” Maybe these distressed, discontented debtors felt an affinity with David, knowing he too was distressed and definitely discontented. They also realized David had favor with God and was positioned to be the next king. If we look back a few verses, we see what people were saying about David. “Is this not David the king of the land? Did they not sing of him to one another in dances saying, ‘Saul has slain his thousands, and David his ten thousands’?” I Samuel 21:11 (NKJ)

At times, we may find ourselves in distress, in debt, or in discontent. We cannot, however, allow these problems to cloud our outlook. It’s still important to pay attention to whom we should follow. We are to keep ourselves connected to the King. That’s the only sure way to be sure we’re on the winning side.

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2/6/18: Win the Debate with the Culture

•February 6, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Discussion and debate can be a good thing; however, there does come a time to bring a discussion to an end, a debate to a conclusion. Even in an academic debate competition, one side wins and one side loses.

According to “How to Win a Formal Debate or Academic Dispute” by Nicholas Morine (www.suite101.com), a winning debater is able to:

“… defend your side with intelligence, wit, and flair. (A winning debate consists of) a very logical and compelling opening statement. A good closing statement not only seeks to initially weaken the argument of your opponent via your strongest criticism of their performance – but ends with a slightly modified reiteration of your primary points… (and) a consummate debater will almost invariably lend credence to the maxim that the best defense is a strong offense (through the ) deconstruction of your opponents argument. Debate is not always simply an academic and cerebral exercise but also an examination of the human condition and the myriad issues and questions that accompany our existence.”

In Acts chapter 17, we find Paul in Athens and “his spirit was provoked within him when he saw that the city was given over to idols” (verse 16, NKJ). So while in the marketplace one day, some philosophers encountered him and decided they wanted to hear what he had to say. This was not unusual because “… all the Athenians and the foreigners who were there spent their time in nothing else but either to tell or to hear some new thing” Acts 17:21 (NKJ).

As if in a formal academic debate, Paul defended the truth of the gospel with intelligence, wit, and flair.

  • Paul’s opening was logical and compelling: “Men of Athens, I perceive that in all things you are very religious; for as I was passing through and considering the objects of your worship, I even found an altar with this inscription: TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Therefore, the One whom you worship without knowing, Him I proclaim to you” Acts 17:22-23.
  • He deconstructs their continuous debating habits and search for new things by making clear the real God. There is no more need to search and debate. “God, who made the world and everything in it, since He is Lord of heaven and earth, does not dwell in temples made with hands. Nor is He worshiped with men’s hands, as though He needed anything, since He gives to all life, breath, and all things. And He has made from one blood every nation of men… so that they should seek the Lord, in the hope that they might grope for Him and find Him…” Acts 17:24-27.
  • Then his closing statement ends with a slightly modified reiteration of his primary points and examines the human condition. “Truly, these times of ignorance God overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent, because He has appointed a day on which He will judge the world in righteousness by the Man whom He has ordained. He has given assurance of this to all by raising Him from the dead” Acts 17:30-31.

When confronting our present society, we must do nothing less than Paul did in Athens. As truth merchants and defenders of the faith, it is our duty to deal head on with our present “times of ignorance,” and put a period on the end of the debate about who the real God is. Yes, engage the culture. Start with what it understands, and then proclaim the One it does not understand: God, in the person of Jesus Christ.

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