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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Mon 05 Jul 2010, 10:28 am

5 of 8 on the Dynamics of Evil. Scripture: Revelation 12:9—The
great dragon was thrown down, that ancient serpent, who is called the
Devil and Satan, the deceiver of the whole world—he was thrown down
to the earth, and his angels were thrown down with him.



Reflection: Do you know what the great red dragon wants to do to you?
I'm not referring to judgment day when he is allowed to drag you off
in chains to his den and feed on you—I mean right now while
you're working, going to school, having fun, making friends, and
socializing! He wants you to live a life that is a sham—one that is
a total pretense, composed of fluffy vagueness in your mind—a house
made of colored paper that will dissolve with the slightest moisture
from the fountain of life.



Yes—that's what he wants. What form it takes for you I don't
know—you can be deceived in so many ways we can't count them
here. You can make your own list—grubbing for money, looking for
sexual satisfactions you are not entitled to, lying to your spouse,
wanting to look important in the church—the list goes on and on.
"Get a life" is not at all bad as a slogan for our times. The
danger is that what think we see in the distance and run toward may not
be alive but only a mirage. Yes, get a life, but make sure it is a real
one. John's prologue furnishes a clue—he wrote, "What has
come into being in him was life, and the life was the light of all
people. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not
overcome it." (Jn 1:3ff)



Prayer Starter: Dear Father, in your Divine providence lead us to the
light that is alive. Do not abandon us in the darkness where all our
deceptive hallucinations and the idols that seem so dear are housed.
You, O Lord, will never deceive us—deliver us from the dangers of
self deception brought about by the red dragon who hates you. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Mon 05 Jul 2010, 10:10 am

4 of 8 on the Dynamics of Evil. Scripture: Revelation 12:17—Then
the dragon was angry with the woman, and went off to make war on the
rest of her children, those who keep the commandments of God and hold
the testimony of Jesus.



Reflection: The great red dragon was angry. And his anger resulted from
his being thrown down, defeated and evicted from the presence of God.
His behavior is vile but predictable—he cannot prevent or destroy
the most precious and holy Incarnation, so he is angry. He wages war on
the children of Incarnation—those who keep the commandments and hold
the testimony. Be alert—that's you if you're a Christian.
Jesus in very plain language said, "Â…you will be hated by all
because of my name." (Mt 10:22) and "Blessed are you when people
revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you
falsely on my account." (Mt 5:11)



A sad experience in my life is to see a fellow caught in a web of
immorality, greed, and deception—but instead of sorrow, conviction
by the Spirit in his conscience, and repentance with humility—he is
in complete denial of his own sin and of God's grace—and he
continues to pretend he's a Christian. It's interesting that his
downfall came from his own evil heart and actions—but it made him
angry—not at himself or his sin—but toward all that is good and
those who are innocent. He wages war against good things and good
people. How paradoxical that Satan's slaves direct toward God the
blasphemies of their master, parroting Satan's own fall, defeat, and
eviction from the presence of God.



Prayer Starter: Father, we understand so little—but we seek your
truth about the goodness of the good and the vileness of the evil.
Instruct us and protect us for your sake. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Sat 03 Jul 2010, 8:59 pm

3 of 8 on the Dynamics of Evil. Scripture: Revelation 12:10—"…Now
have come the salvation and the power and the kingdom of our God and the
authority of the Messiah, for the accuser of our comrades has been
thrown down, who accuses them day and night before our God."

Reflection: The "prima facie" case against humankind appears to
be an open and shut book—that is, you stand before God as evil and
doomed. Satan in his role as accuser seems to have all the odds in his
favor for winning his case—the fact that you are human seems
completely damning since humans are evil by nature from the time of the
great Fall. (G.K. Chesterton somewhere commented that total depravity is
the only doctrine that can be solidly proved.)

What has been left out by the accuser is precisely what reverses the
situation—the "power and the kingdom of our God and the
authority of the Messiah." It is the usual technique of accusation
to point out evil but breathe not a word of mitigation, reversal,
forgiveness, or vicariousness of the Divine Son. What a dangerous
technique—you can even find well meaning Christians using it. But
just considering the role of evil and its dynamic—accusation is a
major tool. Do you allow accusation? Do you participate? Is your
approach to your kids accusatory? What about denominations with
doctrines that differ from yours? Do you feel defensive at work—or
school—or in the presence of holiness, humility, honesty, commitment
or arrogance? How do you relate to accusers and to accusation? It's
a major part of the dynamic of evil. Accusation provides a diagnostic
differentiation also—spiritually healthy souls don't do
it—sick souls do.

Prayer Starter: Lord, deliver us from using the weapons of Satan on each
other. Enlighten us by your Spirit that we might see the whole truth and
nothing but the truth. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Fri 02 Jul 2010, 12:09 pm

2 of 8 on the Dynamics of Evil. Scripture: 1 Peter 5:8Discipline
yourselves, keep alert. Like a roaring lion your adversary the devil
prowls around, looking for someone to devour.

Reflection: If our thesis that the functional dynamic of evil is
deterioration, we look for metaphors that explore this truth. How about
this one?evil will eat you alive! Screwtape (a devil) writes about
God, "He really does want to fill the universe with a lot of
loathsome little replicas of Himselfcreatures whose life, on its
miniature scale, will be qualitatively like His own, not because He has
absorbed them but because their wills freely conform to His. We want
cattle who can finally become food, He wants servants who can finally
become sons. We want to suck in, He wants to give out. We are empty and
would be filled; He is full and flows over. Our war aim is a world in
which Our Father Below has drawn all other beings into himself: the
Enemy wants a world full of beings united to Him but still
distinct." (C.S. Lewis, Screwtape Letters, VIII).

Listen to our English metaphorshave you ever said, "My expenses
ate up my check," or "That Company swallowed up their
competitor," or "What's eating on you?" Such language is
no accident. It is the linguistic harmonic of Evil. The apostle's
metaphor about the roaring lion is not just idiomatic decoration. It
speaks of the dynamic of evil. Can you hear it? Pay attentionor as
Peter suggests "discipline yourselfkeep alert." If you do,
you may become more intent on keeping the door of your soul bolted and
guarded. Be carefulthat low indistinct growling sound may just be a
predator looking for his supper.

Prayer Starter: Lord, we tend toward lives that are busy, multi-tasked,
diffused and incoherentbut at the price of focus, meaning, clarity
and purpose. We can hardly hear the growling for all the noise; guard us
from the illusion of safety that comes with inattention. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Thu 01 Jul 2010, 9:57 am

1 of 8 on the Dynamics of Evil. Scripture: Genesis 3:2—The woman
said to the serpent, "We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the
garden; but God said, `You shall not eat of the fruit of the tree
that is in the middle of the garden, nor shall you touch it, or you
shall die.'"



Reflection: Early in Genesis the core dynamic of evil is intimated. If I
asked a person whose response was prompted by God's Spirit,
"What is the meaning of Genesis 3?"—I think he would say
something like "All that flows from any source other than God brings
deterioration and death. Only God is good and only God is the source of
all that is good—in time and eternity—in heaven and earth."
The story in Genesis is not at all about snakes, trees, apples or
eating—but rather about the nature of evil as independence,
self-reliance, desire, pride, and human choices—and the dynamics by
which evil brings steadily increasing deterioration; the cycles of loss
and removal, encroaching weakness and ultimate death with all these
imply.



In the Genesis stories, much significance lies in overarching and
revelatory truth experienced by mortals and reflected upon by inspired
minds. In Genesis the eternal dichotomy of good versus evil is
stated—and all scripture deals with how this is playing out in the
struggle between Spirit and flesh. We are somewhere mid-stream. Through
faith we grasp the genesis of our situation and by this same faith we
access participation in the consummation of all God intended from before
creation itself. We will look at the dynamics of evil and the trajectory
of sin.



Prayer Starter: Father, open our hearts and minds to understand the
interplay of sin and salvation. Help us choose the good and be saved
from the evil for the sake of your glory. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Wed 30 Jun 2010, 4:18 pm

DOULAS MEDITATION
Scripture: Malachi 2:5-7—My covenant with him (Levi, ancestor of the
priesthood) was a covenant of life and well-being, which I gave him;
this called for reverence, and he revered me and stood in awe of my
name. True instruction (torah) was in his mouth, and no wrong was found
on his lips. He walked with me in integrity and uprightness, and he
turned many from iniquity. For the lips of a priest should guard
knowledge, and people should seek instruction from his mouth, for he is
the messenger of the LORD of hosts.

Reflection: The faithful priest was called "the messenger (angel) of
the LORD." He was a man of honesty and integrity—but he
functioned as an intermediary between God and man. Jon Levinson (Sinai
and Zion, 126) comments, "He bears the will of God down to earth
through the manipulation of sacred lots, Urim and Thummim, and he sends
the offerings of men aloft to God at the altar. He instructs Israel in
the name of God and petitions God in the name of Israel."

In the New Testament, Peter claims that Christians are priests: "But
you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood…" (1 Peter 2:9; also Rev
1:5-6) So priests bring God to men and men to God. How's your rating
as a priest? Ever think about it? Do you pray to God on behalf of
others—and do you speak to others on behalf of God? The failure of
the priest to be a faithful messenger of God is a great burden to
Malachi (ch 2). It was serious business in ancient Israel—it is
still serious business to every Christian in the modern church.

Prayer Starter: Dear Father, our priestly duties before you are large.
Touch us with increased awe at the tasks you have assigned and guide us
daily in holy vocation. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Tue 29 Jun 2010, 11:08 am

Scripture: Jeremiah 5:1-2—Run to and fro through the streets of
Jerusalem, look around and take note! Search its squares and see if you
can find one person who acts justly and seeks truth—so that I may
pardon Jerusalem. Although they say, "As the LORD lives," yet
they swear falsely.



Reflection: Doesn't God's message to Jeremiah make you think of
Abraham when he heard about the doom of Sodom and Gomorrah? He
asked—"What if there are 50 righteous people…?" Then he
asked about 45, 30, 20 and finally 10 (Gen 18:22-33). In Jeremiah's
day there were many in Jerusalem claiming faith in God, but most were
liars and pretenders.



I have grown to detest liars. Please don't think I've never been
guilty of this sin—but the older I get, the more detestable it
becomes. Lying is the antithesis of truth—and I wonder if the worst
lie possible is to lie about truth. Lying pretends to be truth, yet it
mocks the truth. I suspect that the more someone uses God as witness and
God's name as swearing to make their statements more believable (in
human ears)—the greater their hypocrisy and their coming judgment? I
know some habitual liars—invariably they cause their own destruction
by their lies! Truth is a rare jewel—gather around yourself people
who tell truth! Partners in truth are like cool spring water on a hot
day. If you are a liar yourself, there is yet time—but don't put
off your repentance! Outside the City of God are "…sorcerers and
fornicators and murderers and idolaters, and everyone who loves and
practices falsehood." (Rev 22:15) You won't deceive God. You can
deceive others for very long. You are the only one you can deceive on a
long term basis.



Prayer Starter: Lord, cleanse our hearts and discipline our tongues that
all we utter may come from truth and be jacketed with love. In the name
of Jesus the True, Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Mon 28 Jun 2010, 4:21 pm

Scripture: John 1:5—The light shines in the darkness, and the
darkness did not overcome it.



Reflection: Sometimes our TV is not very bright—we cut off the
lights and make the room as dark as possible—the darker the room,
the brighter the TV appears. Jesus came into a spiritually dark
world—and John's gospel speaks often of light and darkness.
Jesus is the "light of the world" and he commanded his followers
to "let your light so shine before men that they may see your good
works and glorify you Father in heaven." Light streams from our sun
through the blackness of empty space. We don't see it until it hits
something and illuminates it. What enters our eyes is the reflected
light from the chair, the sofa, and the walls of the room. But if there
were no light shining on them, we would experience only darkness.



Jesus has illuminated our world with supernatural light—so we have
perspectives even on our natural lives. We see things that were never
seen very well before. What about slavery—was it seen clearly before
Jesus? And relations between men and women—and what about the
principles of good government?—the laws we have that were borne out
of Christian thinking first in Europe and then in America. Our ideas of
helping the poor, forbidding bribery, extending freedom to all—these
came about because of the light. Jesus is the light that shines on human
affairs. God and faith never looked so good until the light came. Evil
never looked so vile. My decision to walk in the light never looked so
important.



Prayer Starter: Father, the light of Jesus eclipses all lesser
lights—and in this light we walk and play, work and pray—until
that day when we see him face to face in glorious light. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Sun 27 Jun 2010, 12:07 pm

Scripture: 2 Corinthians 4:1—Therefore, since it is by God's
mercy that we are engaged in this ministry, we do not lose heart.



Reflection: Every Christian has ministry (the word means service). But
are you tired of going to church?—tired of teaching bible
class?—of worship services, committees, hypocrisy, announcements,
bad attitudes and all the rest? Is your ministry for God suffering from
burnout? Do not lose heart—Here's why you mustn't be
discouraged or give up.



The solution to burnout is to remember that it is not your ministry! It
is God's—you and I simply serve God as his agents—he is just
allowing me to be the instrument of his purposes. Paul had plenty be
discouraged about—it would be good therapy to read 4:7-12 of this
book. Ask yourself what it would take to discourage Paul—he was
beaten, stoned, cursed, abused, shipwrecked, worried, badmouthed, weak
and ignored. Have you had that bad a time? Really? Now notice—Paul
said that since it was not his ministry but Gods, he could not lose
heart. Praise God for giving you the opportunities of ministry and power
to stick to it. Do as he assigns, fully realizing it is God's
calling, plan, power and purposes—not yours or mine. If we really
see these things, we will not lose heart no matter how tough the going
is. You'll be alright; he will see to it.



Prayer Starter: Father, some of us are very vulnerable to worry and
depression. We feel the hurts that are inflicted on us; we wonder why we
make so little progress and have so little success. But how can we give
up or quit when it is thorough your mercies that we can serve our world
and in so doing serve you, our God. Teach us not to lose heart. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

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Scripture: Psalm 103:19-22---The LORD has established his throne in the
heavens, and his kingdom rules over all. Bless the LORD, O you his
angels, you mighty ones who do his bidding, obedient to his spoken word.
Bless the LORD, all his hosts, his ministers that do his will. Bless the
LORD, all his works, in all places of his dominion. Bless the LORD, O my
soul.



Reflection: Do you want to worship God with greater purpose and heart?
Spend time in the Hebrew Psalter—you will be richly rewarded. Focus
on today's verses—they are powerful in their incremental
focusing down. What I mean is that they start big with the foundation of
all worship: Yahweh is the High King of all creation—none like him
and none beside him. If you're not on board with that idea deep in
your soul, please pray about it and read scripture until God reveals to
you this foundational all encompassing ground of truth.



Look at the sequence. If you see the awesome greatness of God, you can
join in urging angels—and then the "hosts" (what God's
court includes)—then the works of creation (everything in sky, sea,
on land and under the land) to praise God. Notice each category is a
little lower and narrower than the one before. This kind of writing
comes from the genius of a poet in touch with God. But look where he
ends—"Bless the LORD, O my soul." My soul's will,
intellect, my emotions and all that surrounds my psychic self is
constrained to fall down before God and praise him. It's the
inevitable result of seeing the glory of the King. The first and last
verses are similar (Bless the LORD, O my soulÂ…") but between the
two is a beautifully knit cycle of praise with God's glory in the
center.



Prayer Starter: Father, teach us to praise you with all that is within
us—and destroy all within us that stubbornly rebels against you and
refuses to see your glory. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

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DOULAS MEDITATION
Scripture: Acts 28:3-6—Paul had gathered a bundle of brushwood and
was putting it on the fire, when a viper, driven out by the heat,
fastened itself on his hand. When the natives saw the creature hanging
from his hand, they said to one another, "This man must be a
murderer; though he has escaped from the sea, justice has not allowed
him to live." He, however, shook off the creature into the fire and
suffered no harm. They were expecting him to swell up or drop dead, but
after they had waited a long time and saw that nothing unusual had
happened to him, they changed their minds and began to say that he was a
god. (NIV)

Reflection: A bit of dry biblical humor—the first thought of the
natives was an old one. Punishment happens here and now—the gods
punish people immediately for their sins. He was snake bit so it was
obvious that he was a great sinner and the gods had ordered his death.

They watched and waited. This was one of the vipers (we still say
"pit viper" referring to snakes akin to rattlesnakes—they
have a sunken place (pit) in the tops of their triangular heads). They
were among the most deadly—and especially the sand vipers who buried
just under the desert sands of the Mediterranean environs. They waited
some more—but contrary to expectation, Paul did not fall down and
die. Their second thought is an amusing reversal—now they think he
is a god! Both conclusions were wrong, but isn't this typical of
human thinking? We often (without facts) reach a conclusion—and when
our conclusion proves to be obviously wrong, we conjure up a second
one—opposite but just as wrong as the first?

Prayer Starter: Father, it's hard to imagine a more engrossing story
than the life of your Apostle Paul—who underwent shipwreck, attacks
by enemies and a life of discomfort because of his great faith in Jesus
your Christ. May we, too, have such a faith! Amen.
Scripture: Psalm 88:18—You have taken my companions and loved ones
from me; the darkness is my closest friend.

Reflection: I do not know of a darker psalm than this. Read and feel the
pain of a fellow near death, deprived of all hope and help. "The
Suffering of Affliction" is the traditional heading of this
Psalm—but was that the name of a well-known melody—or the
message of the Psalm? This Psalm leaves the impression it is written by
one with deep religious yearnings (vs 1—O LORD, the God who saves
me, day and night I cry out…") and who is perhaps suffering a
grievous wasting disease (vs 8—You have taken from me my closest
friends and have made me repulsive to them.) Here's a poet who is
lonely, sick, depressed and near death.

Do you find anything like this in our modern hymn books? Should we? Are
we uncomfortable thinking about suffering in connection with worship and
prayer? Most modern believers want positive hymns of praise and
celebration—but I am wondering if this is a clue we are missing
something. It is okay to pour out our sorrows before God—there may
be no solution or relief—just something to be borne patiently. More
importantly, it is okay to approach God again and again—expressing
my deepest sorrows and my dependence on him.

Prayer Starter: Lord, we haven't a clue to the historical
circumstances that would make this person lament before you over sorrow
and suffering—but help us look deeply into this troubled soul and
share over time, space, and culture his grieving. Bless him and us in so
doing. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

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Scripture: Matthew 7:24—Everyone then who hears these words of mine
and acts on them will be like a wise man who built his house on rock.

Reflection: I live in a region of Texas called the "Black land
Prairie." This dark soil is mostly clay—very fine particles,
slick when wet, black to the sight but very good for farming such crops
as cotton, corn, maize, and oats. But it is terrible soil for building a
house on—it is always expanding and contracting, changing with the
rains or droughts—never stable—and always a problem causing the
walls and foundations to form cracks and the doors to get out of line.

I can really relate to Jesus' comments about foundations. If you
build here, you have to pay particular attention to constructing a good
foundation. Jesus said his teachings were the solid rock you need to
build a life on. I am convinced. Sometimes I feel like Solomon who tried
to build his life on sex and food, pleasure and wealth, power and
conquest—but found that none of them could sustain the structure of
a stable and worthwhile existence. Do you think this has changed in 3000
years? Do you know people working hard to construct their lives on stuff
that is not going to last?—or which will shift and crack as time
goes by? Join with me in inspecting closely the stability of
Jesus—his eternal Sonship, sacrifice for sin, his morals, love,
purity, holiness and hope. The only foundation for our times or any
other is Jesus but it sometimes takes a lifetime to figure this out.

Prayer Starter: There is no name given for men's salvation—and
no other foundation that can be laid that will endure into eternity
except that of Jesus. Show us that foundation. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

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Scripture: John 2:18-21—The Jews then said to him, "What sign
can you show us for doing this?" Jesus answered them "Destroy
this temple and in three days I will raise it up." The Jews then
said, "This temple has been under construction for forty-six years,
and will you raise it up in three days?" But he was speaking of the
temple of his body.



Reflection: Three temples were built and destroyed on Zion mount in
Jerusalem—Solomon's temple (1 Kgs 7, 8) Zerubbabel's (Ezra,
Nehemiah), and Herod's temple. This latter was started in 19 BC
(before Jesus was born). The main building was finished by 9 AD but the
final touches were finished in 64 AD. It was planned to be the most
beautiful and magnificent of them all. It was destroyed by the Romans as
they squelched a Jewish insurrection in 70 AD, never to be rebuilt
again.



Many of the contemporaries of Jesus were small minded literalists. They
saw the beautiful and massive temple as the worlds most impressive and
durable structure—it was forever. They could not see beyond a
building to the living God whom they honored by their building. Jesus as
the Incarnate God come to earth, however, spoke of his resurrection from
the dead which was about to occur. The Jews who heard him could only
think of stones and ornaments. A temple is a place where men come to
meet with God—they could not see that in Jesus all this
happens—God is glorified and praised. It is in him, not a building
of big stones that God and man meet.



Prayer Starter: Lord Jesus, Incarnate God and our Savior—give us
eyes to see that in you we are brought into contact with the living God
and through you become part of a living temple that lasts forever and
which no human disaster can destroy. Heal us of our myopia. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Sat 19 Jun 2010, 12:17 pm

scripture: Psalm 117:1, 2—Praise the LORD, all you nations! Extol
him, all you peoples! For great is his steadfast love toward us, and the
faithfulness of the LORD endures forever. Praise the LORD!

Reflection: Psalm 117 is the shortest (the entire Psalm is our text).
Interestingly it is only two Psalms away from the longest one (Ps 119).
Both are in Book Five of the Psalter (which contains 107 through 150)
the longest "book" of the five. The writer with only two verses
is direct, condenses and deals with something important. (It takes more
effort to write a short paper or deliver a short speech than a long
one.)

So what content does the Psalmist reckon as important? He sings of
Praising God and gives two reasons why this is important—God's
steadfast love and God's faithfulness which endures forever. His
scope is "all you nations" and "all you peoples." He is
part of the Israelite heritage that saw Jewish faith and scripture
portending blessing for all the world—Noah's covenant was with
the whole world of nature (Gn 9:8-17); Jonah's adventure
communicated God's love even for the people Israelites hated
(Assyrians); the prophets spoke of the light to the nations coming
through Israel. Christianity is part of that universalism intuited by
Israel. Praising God is the ultimate destination of all the
earth—"as in heaven, so on earth"—and our motivations are
still the same—responding to the love and faithfulness of God.

Prayer Starter: Father, teach us to see the continuity through all of
scripture, accepting our role with joy and participating in the destiny
of the universe as we praise you. Amen.

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scripture: 2 Chronicles 21:18-20—After all this the LORD struck him
(King Jehoram) in his bowels with an incurable disease. In course of
time, at the end of two years, his bowels came out because of the
disease, and he died in great agony. His people made no fire in his
honor, like the fires made for his ancestors. He was thirty-two years
old when he began to reign; he reigned eight years in Jerusalem. He
departed with no one's regret. They buried him in the city of David,
but not in the tombs of the kings.



Reflection: Jehoram was the evil and despised son of Jehoshaphat, King
of Judah, who ascended the throne at his father's death. The father
had given gifts to all his sons and seems to have honored God and loved
his family—but gave the kingdom to Jehoram because he was oldest.
When he had complete power, he had his brothers killed and Elijah wrote
to him, "they were better than you." (Vs 13) This tragic story
speaks today—here was a young man (age 32) with a God-fearing
heritage. He had been raised with advantages of money, power, and
education. What a potential for leadership; what an opportunity to lift
up his nation for God. He traded all this for 8 years of tyranny,
murder, deceit and treachery. And his legacy?—he died a gruesome
death and no one cared—he was not eulogized at the funeral or even
buried in the royal cemetery. What is the significance of his life
now—over 2000 years later?—an example of evil, rebellion,
misspent opportunity and failure. Could it have been different? Are
there Jehoram-types grubbing for power today? Is an environment of fame,
money and privilege the best background for raising your children to be
good and responsible adults?



Prayer Starter: Father, thank you for preserving for us the stories of
your people from antiquity. Help us to know them well and learn from
them all—both the good ones and the evil. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

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Scripture: Proverbs 25:6-7—Do not exalt yourself in the king's
presence, and do not claim a place among great men; it is better for him
to say to you, "Come up here, than for him to humiliate you before a
nobleman." (See Luke 14:10, 11)



Reflection: Centuries after these words were first written, Jesus taught
his disciples, "…when you are invited, take the lowest place, so
that when your host comes, he will say to you, `Friend, move up to a
better place.' Then you will be honored in the presence of all your
fellow guests. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he
who humbles himself will be exalted."



Long ago, I had a chemistry instructor (working on his own advanced
degree) who taught us lowly underclassmen in a lab course. He had
tremendous ego problems—he could never say "I don't
know" but always tried to impress us. (If you are a teacher you
understand—you can't fool the students). He would begin a
problem on the front board, work across the room and start down the side
wall. When he had lots of stuff on the boards some student (with a
straight face) would ask, "Mr. Smith (not his real name)—up
there at the first of the problem is that supposed to be .05 or .005?
Mr. Smith, we all knew, didn't know (he had copied the problem from
a book). Unable to be humble he would start over and try to decide,
getting hopelessly mired in the swamp. Many minutes later the bell would
ring and the students (chuckling under their breath) would leave him
still foundering at the front board. This highly amusing (to students)
sport we called "sharp-shooting." The proud one, elevating
himself, is setting himself up for a fall. Jesus advocated
humility—much less vulnerable—much more honest and honorable.



Prayer Starter: Father, in every situation rid us of the ego diseases
that blind us to who we are and how we should act toward others. Destroy
in us our self-exaltation. Amen.
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Re: Doulos International ~ Robert Barkley

Post  Admin on Wed 16 Jun 2010, 12:19 pm

12 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:13, 16—Share with
God's people who are in need. Practice hospitalityÂ…Live in
harmony with one another. Do not be proud, but be willing to associate
with people of low position. Do not be conceited.

Reflection: All Paul's admonitions are related—whether positive
or negative. Look at the kinds of lives he is suggesting: sharing,
hospitable, and harmonious. But then look at the negatives he mentions.
Can you imagine living the positive ones without avoiding the negative
ones? If I find a person who is not proud but willing to associate with
people of low estate—it is very likely I have found someone who
shares, practices hospitality and so forth.

Maybe what we are getting hold of is that moral behavior is composed of
clusters of things. If a person's heart is cleansed and led by
God's Spirit, then there is a whole clump of characteristics that
will be found—not just one or two. On the other hand, evil traits
group together as well—if you find someone who is a liar and a
cheat, then very likely you have someone who is willing (under the right
circumstances) to steal, assault, destroy and yell in anger. The take
home lesson may be that being Christian is not a matter of trying to
practice the "rules" one by one, gradually adding to my list of
accomplishments, but to seek the new heart, the new birth, the new
creation that God performs in me. I will be freed from the whole network
of evils and out of the newness and goodness God does in me there will
arise a profusion and variety of character traits portraying the
goodness and character of God.

Prayer Starter: Father, humble us and cleanse us so that we may be the
fertile soil that will give rise to a glorious profusion of
beauties—moral, ethical, practical, personal and corporate. Amen.
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Post  Admin on Tue 15 Jun 2010, 8:41 am

11 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:12—Be joyful in hope,
patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.



Reflection: Just words! Aren't you tired of reading scripture and
seeing the same old words—joy, hope, patience, faith and all the
rest? Have you ever heard a kid doing homework comment, "This is
boring?" My response is usually, "Hold on—boredom is what
happens inside a person, not a description of paper and words and
homework. Don't say, "This is boring"—but say "I am
bored." There's a big difference. When I read Romans 12 and am
not caught up by these great words, I need to look inside myself and ask
"What's wrong?" The affliction lies within me, not within
Paul's letter. If we could live only one day with those Christians
of 20 centuries ago, would we ever again be complacent about our faith?



But how can I get recharged inside? Three steps each of us can take
immediately: (a) Pray earnestly that God will fill us with his Spirit
and make us alive to his presence and power. (b) Read these words again
and again—close your eyes and allow these words to permeate your
mind and heart. Imagine yourself among the recipients of Paul's
letter. (c) Most importantly go out and get some firsthand experience.
Get involved with things where joyful hope makes a difference; in things
requiring your patience (go ahead and suffer some afflictions); and
after every new experience, pray faithfully to God, thanking him for the
experience, asking him to increase your joy, patience, and faithfulness.



Prayer Starter: Father, impress on our minds and hearts the deep
significance of the lives we live loving you, surrendering to the Lord
Jesus and walking by your Spirit in all things. Amen.
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Post  Admin on Mon 14 Jun 2010, 6:35 pm

10 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:11—Never be lacking in
zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord.



Reflection: "Never be lacking in zeal" has both the words for
"hurry" and "lazy, slothful" in the same phrase.
"Don't let your sense of urgency get lazy," I suppose. I
relate well to the term procrastinator—I hold the current world
title for that position. At the same time, I observe all around me that
focused people who take action now get the most things done. Paul is not
advising us merely to be zealous and busy, but to do so in light of
God's gifts and will. "Busy" alone is worthless—but
vigorously serving God in the active present is a mark of authentic
faith.



The word fervor connects with many ideas. It spoke of pots whose
contents were boiling vigorously—it had to do with fervent, ardent
affection—it was radical commitment. Do you get the feeling
Paul's picture of Christian life is not passive spectatorship? Look
around at your fellow Christians (don't forget to look in the mirror
also)—are we eagerly and enthusiastically practicing the
instructions of the Lord Jesus? Or have we somehow drifted into a world
of meaningless neutrality—church is a visit to the entertainment
center, dealing with others is a necessary drudge for earning a living,
giving is a nuisance, morality is merely personal preference and
"religion" is just one more item on the schedule of social
acceptability? The damage done to Christian witness is largely
self-inflicted! Others look at us and say, "Christianity really
doesn't mean much—it's just another religion among
many—just look at its adherents—they don't really believe
what they say or they wouldn't be so indifferent."



Prayer Starter: Father, revive us with great infusions of your Spirit.
Wake us up from drowsiness that has settled like volcanic ash over much
of the Christendom of our day. Stir us out of our comatose condition
lest we die in our sleep. Amen.
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Post  Admin on Sun 13 Jun 2010, 12:34 pm

9 of 12 on Rom 12: Romans 12:10—Be devoted to one another in
brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves.



Reflection: Scripture often includes the expression "one
another," a great phrase, speaking of things that go two directions
with blessing on both ends. Love is at the center of "one
another." Isn't it interesting how non Christian worlds operate
exactly the opposite way? People self focus and get for themselves, but
their interest in others is only to gain advantage or sell something.



Do you take an interest in someone with absolutely no advantage to
yourself? This bench-mark easily distinguishes between love and
manipulation. I was eating pancakes at my usual fast-food place when an
older, weather worn fellow started talking to me. I was in a hurry. His
conversation was a distraction and hindrance. In retrospect, he was
lonely—mostly ignored and desperately wanting to share his story.
Brotherly love would have done a better job than I did. And what's
the connection between "devoted" and "honoring?" I am
honored when someone listens to me—alas, I had to choose—stay on
track with my schedule or honor someone else by attending to their needs
instead of mine. I reflect that God has honored each of us beyond
measure by what he has done for us sinners. We produce no benefits for
God but he honors us by hearing, forgiving and guiding. Devoted,
honoring one another—this is pure gift love.



Prayer Starter: Lord, forgive us for our inadequate practice of love
when, as your servants, we are given opportunities
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Post  Admin on Sat 12 Jun 2010, 2:19 pm

8 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:6-8—We have different gifts
according to the grace given us. If a man's gift is prophesying, let
him use it in proportion to his faith. If it is serving, let him serve;
if it is teaching, let him teach; if it is encouraging, let him
encourage; if it is contributing to the needs of others, let him give
generously; if it is leadership, let him govern diligently; if it is
showing mercy, let him do it cheerfully. (NIV)

Reflection: There's something a little sad about someone who is
obsessed with being like someone else. You can see this disease
especially among the young men who want to be macho heroes or the girls
who imitate famous models or film stars. What a startling discovery it
is when someone finds out that they don't have to pursue imitation
to have lives that are rich, productive, and happy! You can be yourself!

I guess the first step is to do serious self analysis—ask the
question "What has God given me?" There are none of us who have
not been bountifully endowed by a generous creator. You may have the
ability to understand advanced mathematics—on the other hand you may
have trouble counting to ten. You may be strong or weak, good looking or
plain, capable of negotiating, singing, speaking French or cooking.
Whatever it is, the way to waste God's gift is to bury it and go
looking for what you do not have and cannot be. What a sad and
self-imposed fate some people have! So Paul is saying if God has blessed
you with a beautiful voice—then sing; a teaching ability—then
teach; an encouraging manner—then encourage; leadership
traits—then lead. But stop living a pretend life—you are the one
who is harmed. Why misuse God's gifts trying to be something he does
not intend you to be?

Prayer Starter: Dear God, show me how to be happy doing and being what
you have intended me to do and be. Open my eyes to the danger of wasting
your resources in a futile attempt to imitate others and never realize
my own purpose in life. Amen.
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Post  Admin on Fri 11 Jun 2010, 9:59 am

7 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:4, 5—Just as each of us has
one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same
function, so in Christ we who are many form one body, and each member
belongs to all the others. (NIV)

Reflection: The church for Paul is a body—it has many parts, all
different with specialized functions. These parts are perfectly united
by the control system of the nerves and their connection with the head.
This is characteristic of living organisms. I have watched a baseball
player catching a ball—the feet move him to where the eye and brain
predict the ball will land. His arm goes up and his hand prepares for
the impact in the glove. His sense of balance keeps him from
tripping—his muscles are amazingly coordinated. Are those body parts
alike or interchangeable?—doing the same things? Of course not! But
are they united?—no doubt about it! This is serious theology. The
Holy Spirit in the body is the source of coordination and unity.

Connected with the idea of unity is a major misconception. Some people
are trapped by a spirit of uniformity and mistake it for unity. Being
alike isn't unity at all—it's uniformity. Unity is when all
those different parts are working together for a common goal. And since
the directions are coming from the "mind of Christ," the body
parts coordinate in every action.

Prayer Starter: Lord, grant us unity through the Spirit whom you have
given to us. Help us blend with all those different parts and work in
perfect harmony in the glorious body. Amen.
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6 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:3—For by the grace given me
I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you
ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance
with the measure of faith God has given you. (NIV)

Reflection: The word for "sober" judgment has to do with seeing
things as they really are—it speaks of sanity, healthy minds,
serious and logical thinking. The person who has a terribly distorted
view of himself is not thinking clearly. He (or she) is being a fool
because of some pressure—some abnormal drive or hunger for fame,
fortune, or ego satisfaction. Humility is sensible but arrogance and
pride are harmful to good thinking. The former allows me to see more
clearly in every situation—the latter blinds me to the real
significance of my choices. This in turn may influence me to make bad
decisions and these in turn may cost me money, time, effort, or friends.

I wonder what faith has to do with healthy thinking. Faith is
trust—it is depending on the promises of God which are always
reliable. It is hard to picture an arrogant person centered on himself
and seeking always to put himself in the limelight as being a person of
faith. I can connect faith more easily with humility and honesty. Faith
toward God is admitting our need of him and depending upon him in
prayer, service, and spiritual growth. This is simply incompatible with
an attitude of independence, pride, and over evaluating our own selves.

Prayer Starter: Dear Father, increase our faith and dry up our
arrogance. Make our thoughts sober, sensible, and healthy, tuned into
the reality that we are sinners and that you are the only high and holy
God. Set straight our thinking that we may serve you effectively. Amen.
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Post  Admin on Wed 09 Jun 2010, 11:58 am

5 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Rom 12:1, 2·Do not conform any longer
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. (NIV)

Reflection: There are two ways of developing a shape: externally use a
mold and pour the substrate into it. The second is internal·say in
growing a tree. Give it water and sunshine and it will grow not into
an externally imposed shape but into whatever its DNA dictates. The
acorn will produce an oak tree not because it was molded, but because it
was transformed.

Have you ever molded gelatin deserts (the squiggly stuff), used Plaster
of Paris to make casts of a bear track, or set wooden forms for a
sidewalk? The mold defines the shape of what we pour into it. Your life
through time is shaped into the person you are today, but human
experience is not the best of molds·it is distorted by
sin·twisted all out of shape. The worldly, self centered,
this-life-only mold will not produce supernatural and eternal life that
exudes the love of God or prepares the inner you to be an inhabitant of
spiritual realms. For that one needs transformation·and this comes
from God's Spirit in each of us·growing us from the inside into
the shape God requires. The Spirit can use conscience, prayer, study,
reflection, fellowship in the church, telling others about Jesus,
repenting and confessing our sins to shape you. This is better than any
mold·remember that the tree can in time crack the sidewalk. The walk
may deteriorate and finally disappear·the oak tree will continue to
be what oaks are meant to be.

Prayer Starter: Father, live in each believer who has surrendered their
life to you for the transformation process that is superior to any mold
this world can offer. Amen.
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3 of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:15—Rejoice with those who
rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. (NIV)



Reflection: How do I deal with one experiencing great sorrow or great
joy? Three ways occur to me—(a) ignore that person, (b) react
against them (argue and oppose them), or (c) I can feel in myself some
harmonics to the music of their soul. There is insight in the third
choice. If I have two tuning forks (or guitar strings) of exactly the
same pitch and I cause sound (vibrations) in one of them, vibrations
occur in the other as well. When I play a note on an instrument and play
another exactly one octave above or below that note, they blend and
sound "in harmony" but if one is slightly off pitch, they sound
discordant and unpleasant. The notes are not exactly the same (different
wave lengths) yet the waves of one "fit" into the wave pattern
of the second.



My comparison is this: If I'm properly tuned in to the minds,
thoughts, feelings, and aspiration of others, there is something in me
that resonates with their inner beings. Something in me responds to
their sorrows and joys. Paul discusses at length (1 Cor 2) that among
those who have God's Spirit, there is communication of spiritual
wisdom—that is they are similar in their "pitch"—the
spiritual harmonics that come from God. They experience "unity"
and scripture pictures this as coming from God's Spirit, not from
our activities. This doesn't happen until two different people give
their lives to God and have his Spirit as their commonality. The world
around us can never provide such harmony. Paul urges us to harmony with
fellow believers—whether in joy or in sorrow—it's the
Christian way to live.



Prayer Starter: Lord, we long for shalom that comes from harmony with
you in the Spirit. Tune our hearts to sing your praise, feeling both the
pain and joy of your people. Amen.
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of 12 on Rom 12: Scripture: Romans 12:9€ ¦’·Love must be sincere.
Hate what is evil, cling to what is good. (NIV)



Reflection: From childhood into adulthood, one of the changes we make is
that of reasonable skepticism. We're not talking about being a
constant distruster of religion, bible, politics, and family€ ¦’·but
just becoming someone who realizes that not everybody is sincere. I saw
a small example recently. I was listening to a fellow who was telling me
some of his serious problems. Someone walked by and asked
"How're things going?" The man with me replied,
"Fine€ ¦’·doing great!" Only seconds previously he had been
telling me things were terrible.



We live in a world of "politically correct" answers. But such
stuff sometimes keeps us from experiencing deeper, more meaningful human
relationships. Glib answers become defense mechanisms€ ¦’·a way to keep
people from getting uncomfortably close. I'm not suggesting you turn
pessimist or lay your burdens on every one you meet. Just speak softly
and don't exaggerate. Quit trying to impress anyone. If you are
neutral or opposed to something, don't pretend to be a proponent.
Listen to the Lord about what is good and go for it. When you spot
something evil, hate it like God hates it€ ¦’·leave it alone. As a
Christian, your work is not to sit in judgment on every person or
event€ ¦’·but to be selective in your approbation. Be discerning and
then be sincere. If your love is sincere, it will open up avenues into
the hearts of those around you. If it's fake, you will remain a
stranger.



Prayer Starter: Father, we know that love has its source in you. Fill us
with your Spirit that your love may permeate all we do or say. Help us
be genuine in our faith. Amen.
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