9/18/17: Snapshot of God

•September 18, 2017 • Leave a Comment

“A picture is worth a thousand words” so the saying goes. We all understand this, especially now as we live in an age of constant surveillance. We’re caught on camera everywhere we go—in banks, stores, airports, gas stations, even on the highways. If necessary, clear photos of us can be printed and sent all over the world so that anyone who sees us can identify us.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a snapshot of God? A clear photo would help us identify Him, know His attributes, and recognize His features. We could get a wallet size and carry it around to look at every now and then and even show others.

Fortunately for us, we have such a photo. It’s found in Romans 1:19-20. “What may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse” (NKJ).

Just look out of a window; there’s our snapshot of God. All of His “invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made.” For example, His omnipresence is clearly seen and understood by looking at the sky He made. Only a God who is everywhere can create an unending expanse such as the firmament. His omnipotence is clearly seen and understood as we watch the power of a lightening strike or the harnessed power of rushing water through a hydroelectric plant. Both the lightening and water are the works of God’s hands.

We could go on and on but the point is as clear as God’s photograph. Take time to look through His photo album today. Make note of all you can know about God just by observing the things that are clear for us to see—all the things He has made.

 

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8/25/17 – God’s Eyes

•August 25, 2017 • 1 Comment

Anthropomorphisms are descriptions of God using human characteristics. We know that “God is Spirit, and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth” John4:24(NKJ). We also know that we were made in His image. In Genesis 1:26, we hear God saying, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness” (NKJ). As Spirit, God does not literally have eyes and hands and feet. However, the only way God could relate to us and break through to our understanding is through the use of terminology familiar to our humanity. So, He had the Scripture writers use these recognizable terms when describing Himself to us. Take a look at some verses about God’s eyes:

  • For His eyes are on the ways of man, and He sees all his steps. Job 34:21 (NKJ)
  • For the eyes of the LORD run to and fro throughout the whole earth, to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose heart is loyal to Him. In this you have done foolishly; therefore from now on you shall have wars.” 2 Chronicles 16:9 (NKJ)
  • The eyes of the LORD are on the righteous, and His ears are open to their cry. Psalm 34:15 (NKJ)
  • For the ways of man are before the eyes of the LORD, and He ponders all his paths. Proverbs5:21(NKJ)
  • The eyes of the LORD are in every place, keeping watch on the evil and the good. Proverbs 15:3 (NKJ)
  • For My eyes are on all their ways; they are not hidden from My face, nor is their iniquity hidden from My eyes. Jeremiah16:17(NKJ)
  • You are great in counsel and mighty in work, for your eyes are open to all the ways of the sons of men, to give everyone according to his ways and according to the fruit of his doings. Jeremiah 32:19 (NKJ)
  • “Behold, the eyes of the Lord GOD are on the sinful kingdom, and I will destroy it from the face of the earth; yet I will not utterly destroy the house of Jacob,” says the LORD. Amos 9:8 (NKJ)
  • And there is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are naked and open to the eyes of Him to whom we must give account. Hebrews4:13(NKJ)

God’s eyes see our steps, watch so He can show Himself strong, and keep track of when we, His righteous ones, are hurting. Nothing we do is hidden from His all-seeing eyes, and don’t get it twisted, He doesn’t miss what the evil are doing either.

What will God see when He looks at you today? Will He applaud you as He watches who you hang around, what you participate in, and how you treat others? Or will He see you disregarding His Word and comfortably resting in your pride, unforgiveness, selfishness, and spite? May God’s eyes—the fact that He sees all, all the time—be both a deterrent and a comfort to you today.

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8/24/17: God’s Positioning System

•August 24, 2017 • 1 Comment

When using my GPS (Global Positioning System), once I’ve input the address of the location I want to reach, the voice comes through saying, “Proceed to the highlighted route and the route guidance will begin.” The lady in the satellite (that’s what I call her) knows where I am, knows where I want to go, and knows a variety of routes I can take to get there. If a make a wrong turn or have to take a detour, she says, “Recalculating route,” and gets me back on the right road toward my destination.

God is our ultimate GPS. Job says of Him, “But He knows the way that I take; when He has tested me, I shall come forth as gold” Job23:10(NKJ). The Hebrew word for “way” used here is “derek” (deh’-rek) which literally means “road (as trodden),” but figuratively also means “a course of life or mode of action.” So God not only  knows where we are physically, He also knows where we our in our lives; that is, He is aware of our dreams, our hopes, and our desires, as well as our current situation, circumstances, foibles, problems, and failures. He knows the detours we’re facing and how frustrated we are when yet another roadblock slows our progress.

God is always engaged with his route guidance, and His voice can get very specific. Rather than waiting to say, “Recalculating route” after we make a wrong turn, His Word acts just like the warning feature built into the GPS. Looking down from her electronic eye in space, the satellite lady can guide us around accidents and away from traffic jams. Well, ain’t that just like God? He definitely knows the troubles in the paths that I can’t see and the traffic jams I can’t imagine. If I listen closely to Him, the warning feature pops up from His Word, and if I’m obedient, I’ll be able to avoid that which would have blocked my path.

God’s Positioning System is the Bible. It’s purpose? To help us know God so we can hear Him guide us through life and to Himself. What does His Word say today about your current situation? Proceed to the highlighted route found in the Scriptures—read His word daily—because route guidance has begun.

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8/1/17: For Such a Time as This

•August 1, 2017 • 1 Comment

          Esther found herself in the thick of an issue. All she had done was obey her uncle and enter a beauty contest. To her surprise, she won and received the grand prize, King Ahasuerus as her husband. This was no small award. This guy “reigned over one hundred and twenty-seven provinces, from India to Ethiopia” (Esther 1:1, NKJ). Esther was the new queen of all that; however, not long after the happy nuptials, a situation arose that could potentially jeopardize her position. The king promoted this guy named Haman to a position where he had the ear of the king. Haman hated the Jews and manipulated the king to write a decree giving the populace in all the king’s provinces the right to destroy the Jews and plunder their property. What the king didn’t know was that Esther was a Jew.

            When her uncle Mordecai found out about the king’s heinous decree, he sent word to Esther asking her to get the king to help them. This put her in a tough spot because one didn’t just walk up to the king without being summoned. When Esther sent her concerned response to Mordecai, he reminded her of her heritage and told her that as a Jew, she herself was one of the targets of her husband’s Haman-inspired decree. He also said, “Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” (Esther 4:14b)

We too sometimes find ourselves in the think of an issue. What seemed to be a tremendous blessing places us squarely in the crosshairs of trouble. We exult over the promotion only to discover the multiple downsides of the job. We enjoy our beautifully romantic wedding and honeymoon only to start realizing in the marriage the odd personal quirks of our spouse. We rejoice over the birth of our children only to discover their penchant for lying or cheating or you-name-it. We’re ecstatic as our young adults take flight only to be punched in the gut by the negative choices they make once they’re independent. We finally celebrate retirement only to find that our money is attacked by a myriad of onslaughts from inflation, to children’s and grandchildren’s needs, to taxes, to

state laws, to the downturn of the economy, and on and on.

Here’s the thing: Mordecai’s question to Esther fits for us too. For whatever we’ve bumped up against, who knows whether we have come to this place for such a time as this? We are where we are not by chance, but by God’s choice, in order for Him to make a difference through us in the situation. God placed us in this place so He could be in this place. I never would have applied for the major issue I am currently facing, but I have come to understand that others are helped as I step up, reveal and stand upon my heritage of faith, and speak out God’s truth about what I’m learning from Him while in this space.

It all worked out for Esther (read the short, ten-chapter book of Esther for the details) and as we are faithful to God’s leading, it will all work out for us too. Instead of crying and complaining, let’s seek the Lord as to how to live as a witness and use the very thing that’s hurting as a testimony. Indeed, as we live by faith, when we’re in the thick of it, remember that we have come to where we are on purpose – by God’s actual appointment – for such a time as this.

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7/24/17: Handling Hurts

•July 24, 2017 • 1 Comment

Life is full of joys and sorrows, pleasure and pain, uplift and disappointment. Besides the biggies like devastating disease, the end of a relationship, or death of a loved one, what hurts you? What situation can happen that turns the tide of a perfectly wonderful day into a destructive tsunami? For me, it’s misjudgment. When someone takes my words or actions out of context, completely misjudging my intentions and my motives, and spins them into something that I wasn’t even thinking.

I receive such misjudgments as attacks upon my personal character. And when I try to explain what I was thinking, to have my explanations rebuffed as well just further twists the knife. I know what I’m thinking. I know what I meant. I know what my intentions were. I know I am not what I’m being accused of, yet there is nothing I can do or say to change the other person’s opinion. And hurts of this kind only matter when the other person is someone who matters to me.

So what do I do? First, I shut down. That’s my way of managing the pain, of shielding myself from further onslaught. Then I start to strategize. My thought is, Fine, I will never give you another opening to attack me on that line again. Mind you, the strategy is not put in place because I think the person is right. The strategy is put in place so that I will be out of the line of fire of his/her misjudgment. That may mean that conversation about that subject won’t happen again, that activity won’t be shared, or I will just stop dealing with that person altogether. Since my motives were pure and right, and my explanation was disregarded, there’s nothing more to say about the subject. I’ll have to just be hurt because the other person cares not about my feelings and refuses to regard my explanations as plausible.

Oh, I want to yell back. Frankly, I want to spice my retorts with choice words that Christians ought not use. I want to defend myself and I want that person to see me the way I intended. Then I remember that Romans 12:17-18 says, “Repay no one evil for evil. Have regard for good things in the sight of all men. If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men” (NKJ).

I have to get quiet. I have to hold back. I have to not pay back evil. I have to think of the good in the other person. I have to live peaceably with that person. I have to pray. I have to rely on God to work it out.

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7/3/17: A Parent’s Prayer

•July 3, 2017 • 1 Comment

Few experiences compare in awesomeness to holding your firstborn child (or grandchild). That moment in that hospital room with my newborn changed my life forever. I was now personally responsible for another’s life. My hands held and comforted him, my boundaries protected him, my breasts nourished him. As he grew and was joined by his brother, the love multiplied. My words and my example became ever more important to me because those two sets of eyes were always watching, always recording, always learning, needing to know that my words and my actions were identical. They needed to understand that life with Christ worked and mattered.

Above all else that I wanted for my boys was the longing that they follow God. David felt the same way about his son. As he prepared to give Solomon his throne, he expressed his longing for him:

  • As for you, my son Solomon, know the God of your father, and serve Him with a loyal heart and with a willing mind; for the Lord searches all hearts and understands all the intent of the thoughts. If you seek Him, He will be found by you; but if you forsake Him, He will cast you off forever. Consider now, for the Lord has chosen you to build a house for the sanctuary; be strong, and do it.” Then David gave his son Solomon the plans… 1 Chronicles 28:9 – 11a (NKJ).

The bottom line of my heart’s main desire for my children is that they know God, love God, serve Him with a loyal heart and willing mind, seek Him until they find Him, never forsake Him, and realize they have been chosen for a work He has purposed them to do.

Notice, though, that David didn’t stop his parenting at expressing his longing. He went further and “gave his son Solomon the plans.” In David’s and Solomon’s case, the plans were for building the actual, physical temple. In our case, we don’t stop parenting either. It’s our job to leave a legacy our children can step into, be it an actual business in which they can work, and/or being
sure they get the education they need for expanding God-given gifts we’ve help nurture over the years.

David continues by putting his longing for his son into a prayer. He prays, “And give my son Solomon a loyal heart to keep Your commandments and Your testimonies and Your statutes, to do all these things, and to build the temple for which I have made provision” 1 Chronicles 29:19 (NKJ).

Let’s turn David’s words into our own prayer for our children. We can fill our children’s names in the blanks as we pray:

Lord, please give ___________ a strong unction to know You, and serve You with a loyal heart and with a willing mind; for You, Lord, search all hearts and understand all the intent of the thoughts. If ________ seeks You, God, I know You will be found; but if (he/she) forsakes You, please draw (him/her) back. Do not cast _______ off forever. Thank you, Lord, for choosing _________ to go forward in his/her gifts. Help _________ to be strong, and do it. Give _______ a loyal heart to keep Your commandments and Your testimonies and Your statutes, to do all these things, for which I have prayed and worked over the years. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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7/1/17: On Knowing Grandma

•July 1, 2017 • 1 Comment

As grandparents go, I only knew my maternal grandmother. Born in the 1880s, Mary Francis Magdelene Wormly Delacy JenFamily Picture Childhoodnings was an extremely fair-skinned African-American woman who had seven pregnancies, suffered through four still-births, and mourned the deaths of two husbands. My dad packed her along to California when he decided to move my mom (her only daughter) and two of her grandkids (my brother and sister) all the way across the country from Maryland. She was the quiet presence who listened to The Biola Hour radio program in her room, ironed sheets, and made our beds. She would let Cissi (my best friend) and me comb her completely white hair into all kinds of styles that looked amazing to us.

The manor in which Grandma influenced my life the most was in the area of music. When she recognized I would pick out little melodies rather than just bang on the piano keys, so started paying for me to take piano lessons. Starting when I was five-years-old, I took eleven years of classical piano lessons, starting with John Thompson’s Teaching Little Fingers to Play, and progressing all the way to playing the masterpieces by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, etc. Grandma sat through every 30-minute daily practice as if she were in a box seat at Carnegie Hall until she moved into the swanky senior citizens’ complex our church built. And oh my, my annual piano recitals might as well have been a command performance at the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles or at Australia’s Opera House.

The only other things I know about my grandmother are her partial Native-American background, her inability to fully use one of her arms, the fact that she had sisters who lived in a fourth floor walk-up in a Harlem, New York tenement, and the fact that despite her intelligence, she was only allowed to received up to a fifth grade education. I knew she loved me, and hers was the first funeral of a family member I ever attended. I was twelve.

I wish I had known more about my grandmother. Knowing about her life wasn’t important to me then, but my ancestral background is very important to me now that I’m a grandmother myself. I not only want to know my own roots, but I desire for my grandchildren not only to know about me, but to actually know me, feel what I was all about, and by proud of the legacy I’m leaving for them. At least, whenever I play the piano, I can recall all the enjoyable hours I’ve spent at the keyboard, and know that it was my sweet grandmother who gave them to me.

God must have felt awful realizing His children had forgotten the wonderful works He had done for them. Psalm 78:40-42 tells us that the people’s disobedience and forgetfulness actually upset God and limited what else He could do for them. The passage reads:

“How often they provoked Him in the wilderness, and grieved Him in the desert! Yes, and again and again they tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel. They did not remember His power…”

 

Be thankful for Grandma and Grandpa, and their parents, and their parents, etc. And today, let’s make it a point to remember and be thankful for God who made the past possible. No matter what the circumstances were, only the exact pairings in each generation could have led to the person each of us became. And whether it was bad or good, the past led up to the present in which we stand, and because of God’s grace, we can move into a future of favor in His sight.

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