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Post  Admin on Fri 21 Apr 2017, 10:44 pm


Date: April 21, 2017 at 6:33 AM
Topic: +DEV+ The First Figs

The First Figs

“I will give them a heart to know me, that I am the Lord. They will be my people, and I will be their God, for they will return to me with all their heart” (Jeremiah 24:7).

Scripture Focus: Jeremiah 24:3-7

“What do you see, Jeremiah?” asked the Lord. “Two baskets before the Temple,” he answered. “One filled with choice, sweet figs and the other with figs not worth eating!”

Israel’s warm climate permits more than one annual fig crop. The figs harvested in June are the finest. The bad fruit of Jeremiah's vision was probably the winter figs that fall prematurely from the trees during the spring winds. The good figs symbolized the first wave of Israelite captives in Babylon. Included among them were Daniel and his friends, known for their attractiveness, strength, and keen intellects. God's eyes beheld His people, knowing one day they would return to their beloved Israel.

Greater than their national destiny was God's promise to give them a heart to know Him. America's religious heritage is rich, like Israel's. I recall prayers beginning our public school day. Many of my teachers also led Sunday School classes. I miss these spiritual roots, yet my spirit longs more for that second promise -- God's touch on individual hearts.

Insight: It's often in times of lingering captivity, the struggling, painful places, that God produces the prized sweet fruit He most appreciates in our lives.

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Post  Admin on Thu 20 Apr 2017, 5:39 pm

Date: April 20, 2017 at 2:30 AM
Topic: +DEV+ The Enemy Is Me

The Enemy Is Me

“The mind of sinful man is death, but the mind controlled by the Spirit is life and peace; the sinful mind is hostile to God. It does not submit to God’s law” (Romans 8:6-7).

Scripture Focus: Romans 8:5-8

“Lord, deliver me from myself.” So pleaded 17th Century physician and writer Thomas Brown. He obviously understood that often our biggest hindrance to knowing God is our stubborn rebellion against His ways. Perhaps we need look no further than our mirrors to discover the culprit stalling our spiritual growth.

The writer of Romans explains that we must set our minds on the Spirit's desires, not on our own flawed dispositions. Spirit promptings such as contacting a hurting friend, entering our prayer closets, or reading our Bibles should take precedence over other desires of the moment. After hearing some disturbing news, I recently received an encouraging e-mail from a friend. “God brought you to mind and you are in my prayers.” I'm thankful she had her mind set on the Spirit's desires that day!

The goal of God-seekers is to not allow their lower natures to shape their decisions or to mold their conduct. The Spirit's ways are much higher and satisfying than earthbound perspectives.

Insight: Submitting to God is not demeaning. It means to fit in with another's plans, and God's plans for us bring peace and life.

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Post  Admin on Tue 18 Apr 2017, 10:36 pm

Date: April 17, 2017 at 10:24 PM
Topic: +DEV+ The Gift

The Gift

“Now devote your heart and soul to seeking the Lord your God. Begin to build the sanctuary of the Lord God, so that you may bring the ark of the covenant . . . into the temple” (1 Chronicles 22:19).

Scripture Focus: 1 Chronicles 22:17-19

King David was a man after God's own heart. In fact, he spent a lifetime trying to know God better. Though he endured frightening circumstances, faced daunting challenges, and owned up to the darkest of sins, David's truest mark of valor was his relentless quest to know God intimately.

When preparing for the construction of the temple, David commanded the Israelite leaders to first devote themselves to seeking God. The Hebrew word translated “first” means to give, or figuratively, to make a present of. David was inferring: “More important than the work of your hands is the preparation of your hearts! Seek God with great enthusiasm and then begin to build. Your hearts are a gift far more precious to Him than the hundred thousand talents of gold and the million talents of silver we have amassed for the temple.”

David’s instructions are crucial to our priorities. Too often we focus on the work ahead and tackle our plans with hearts unacquainted with the spiritual hunger of the shepherd boy who became a king.

Insight: God can entrust enormous tasks to those who understand His value system. He appreciates our work, but He treasures our hearts.

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Post  Admin on Mon 17 Apr 2017, 4:47 pm

Date: April 17, 2017 at 12:37 AM
Topic: +DEV+ More Than 500 Witnesses

More Than 500 Witnesses

"...he appeared to Peter and then to the Twelve. After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers at the same time, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep." (1 Corinthians 15:5-6)
Scripture Focus: 1 Corinthians 15:3-22

The essence of the Christian faith is rooted not merely in what happened when the Lord died, in the beautiful sacrifice He made for the sins of humanity. Certainly, the time Christ spent on earth proclaiming the Good News of His grace has affected people all throughout history. Some see Him as a great role model for love and peace, others a wise teacher unfairly executed. But the heart of the Christian faith has been the literal heart beat of what happened after His death.

It was after His lungs collapsed and heart stopped that something truly unprecedented occurred: the once-dead man became alive again and actually walked those same dusty roads not just once, but for forty days, God in human
flesh. He visited with friends in a garden, chatted with them on the road or in their apartments, even cooked breakfast for them on the beach.

Why did Jesus, the God-Man, spend 40 days after His death appearing to over 500 people? To establish His new body! And now He establishes His new kingdom in our hearts.

Insight: Paul writes that if Christ wasn't raised from the dead, our faith is useless. how can Christ's resurrection affect your faith today?

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Post  Admin on Thu 13 Apr 2017, 6:22 pm

Date: April 13, 2017 at 2:49 AM
Topic: +DEV+ He Is Able

He Is Able

“To him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 3:20-21).

Scripture Focus: Ephesians 3:14-21

In her book, Disciplines of the Heart, Anne Ortlund raises and answers the question, “Why do so many Christians live gray, struggling, carnal lives? Because they haven't yet comprehended the vastness of the power within them and what to do with it.”

We want to feel we’re in control of our lives, that we can set our goals and enjoy the satisfaction of achieving them. Could it be that we're setting those goals too low, that we're content to live colorless lives?

The context in today’s verse has to do with Jews and Gentiles functioning together harmoniously. Paul was confident that when God's power and love was released in each believer, the miracle would occur. That same power and love is at work in you. Do you feel, though, that the gap between this Scripture and your experience is as vast as the space between heaven and earth? Commenting on this passage, Bishop Moule quoted his godfather, “You have your Bible, and you have your knees; use them.”

Insight: Study the promises God is making you. Pray that He will show you how to make them your own.

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Post  Admin on Wed 12 Apr 2017, 9:55 pm

Date: April 12, 2017 at 1:20 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Joy in His Presence

Joy in His Presence

“You have made known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand” (Psalm 16:11).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 16

David wrote Psalm 16 as his personal celebration. He was expressing the joy he had in his fellowship with God.

We could read the psalm as simply a reflection of his experience, but let's read it with eyes of faith, knowing that our unchanging God, who gave David a song, can also fill our hearts with sweet melody.

David entered joy in God’s presence by making a deliberate choice. He trusted God to be his portion in life and to preserve him in death. As a result of this choice, he discovered that apart from the Lord, he had nothing of lasting value (v. 2).

The psalm comes to a climax as David sings the words of today's verse. God has shown him a way of life. In His presence alone can be found the true joy that his heart craved. And in closeness to God are pleasures that nothing can diminish or remove.

David wrote from personal experience. That experience can be yours. Pleasures that can never fade are to be found at God's right hand. It was true for David. It's true for you.

Insight: Where are you searching for the happiness your heart craves? What promises are you pursuing? True joy awaits you in God's presence.
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Post  Admin on Tue 11 Apr 2017, 10:08 pm

date: April 10, 2017 at 11:55 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Eternal Glory

Eternal Glory

“Our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen” (2 Corinthians 4:17-18).

Scripture Focus: 2 Corinthians 4:7-18

In medieval times scientists were occupied with alchemy, trying desperately to achieve the transmutation of base metals into gold.

The apostle Paul discovered that God is the true alchemist. He can take the afflictions that threaten to defeat and even destroy us and turn them into eternal glory that far outweighs our suffering.

Paul felt keenly the distresses that tortured his body, mind, and emotions. There was no concealing of his weakness, but he did not lose heart. Within his body lived an eternal spirit that was being renewed every day. What kept him going was the certainty that God was actively at work transforming his stresses, perplexities, and pain into something of eternal significance. God was taking the negative experiences of earthly life and transforming them into positive facets of glory. God was changing Paul into the image of Jesus Christ!

The same God is working in your suffering today to prepare you for eternity. Praise Him for being the divine alchemist.

Insight: Your burdens, weaknesses, your difficult relationships, your losses - all these are the materials God is using to conform you into the image of His Son.

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Post  Admin on Mon 10 Apr 2017, 9:54 pm

Date: April 9, 2017 at 11:32 PM
Topic: +DEV+ New Every Morning

New Every Morning

“Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed, for his compassion's never fail. They are new every morning; Great is your faithfulness” (Lamentations 3:22-23).

Scripture Focus: Lamentations 3:19-40

God was disciplining His wayward people. Feelings of hopelessness brought the prophet Jeremiah to the brink of despair, but one truth kept him from giving in. He knew that though God was punishing His people, He was acting in love. God had not for one moment abandoned them. He could have given up on them completely,

for they had done nothing to deserve His patience. However, His compassion for His sinning people caused Him to deal with them in love. Though they sinned against Him daily, new proofs of His compassion came every morning.

God has not changed. He still disciplines His own because He loves us. He never throws us aside as worthless, and He never turns away from us. His discipline is for the purpose of turning us back to Him. The psalm-writer recognized this when he wrote, “Before I was afflicted I went astray, but now I obey Your Word. You are good, and what You do is good; teach me Your decrees” (Psalm 119:67-68).

Insight: Is God disciplining you today? Thank Him for His love and that His compassions are new every morning.

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Post  Admin on Thu 06 Apr 2017, 7:24 pm

Date: April 6, 2017 at 2:56 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Which Way, Lord?

Which Way, Lord?

“Whether you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will hear a voice behind you, saying, ‘This is the way; walk in it.’” (Isaiah 30:21).

Scripture Focus: Isaiah 30:19-26

Imagine trying to drive through a strange city at rush hour. You know your destination, but not how to reach it. You try to read the map and then to identify street names as you approach intersections. Sometimes they match up, but most of the time they don't. You can write total frustration over that page in your travel diary.

Then imagine that a local resident joins you. Immediately you sense the difference. “Take a right here,” your guide tells you. “Then at the next light take a left.” The jumble of roads is still as confusing, but now you move with confidence.

God provides that kind of guidance. He doesn't relieve you of the responsibility of making your way through the maze of life, which can be incredibly complex and confusing sometimes, but He promises to be right there beside you.

Though the promise in today’s verse is addressed to Israel, we know that God will not leave His obedient child in doubt. “Turn here,” He whispers to our listening hearts. And we move ahead with confidence.

Insight: Praise God for giving you the direction as you need it through life's maze. “If the Lord delights in a man's way, he makes his steps firm” (Psalm 37:23).

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Post  Admin on Wed 05 Apr 2017, 10:39 pm

Date: April 5, 2017 at 2:03 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Last Resort

Last Resort

“Yet the Lord longs to be gracious to you; he rises to show you compassion. For the Lord is a God of justice. Blessed are all who wait for him!” (Isaiah 30:18).

Scripture Focus: Isaiah 30:1-18

Judah was in trouble. Sennacherib of Assyria was intent on crushing the nation. His army had swept through the land, taking cities, gathering spoil and captives. Only Jerusalem was left unconquered.

When King Hezekiah refused to admit defeat, Sennacherib waited outside the walled city to starve the people into submission. In time, Hezekiah gave in. He paid Sennacherib off by stripping his city, including the temple, of much of its riches.

Sennacherib returned to Assyria with his spoil and captives, but Hezekiah feared another attack. He sent a secret delegation to Egypt, begging for an army to be sent to Judah in the event of Sennacherib's return.

Hezekiah's negotiations were not so secret. God knew, and sent Isaiah with a strong warning. Trouble awaited them because they had looked to Egypt as their last resort and did not look to God for help. Security was not in an alliance with Egypt, but “in repentance and rest.” Their strength lay “in quietness and trust” (vs. 15). Though Judah had turned from God, His heart of compassion had not changed.

Insight: God has a prescription for times of trouble: repentance and rest, quietness and trust. If we follow it, we will experience His graciousness and compassion.

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Post  Admin on Tue 04 Apr 2017, 9:55 pm

Date: April 4, 2017 at 2:22 AM
Topic: +DEV+ The Light of My Life

The Light of My Life

“The Lord is my light and my salvation - whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life - of whom shall I be afraid?” (Psalm 27:1).
Scripture Focus: Psalm 27

For reasons that are hotly debated, our country is heading for power shortages. We are advised to be prepared for periods of blackouts.
In today’s verse we find David praising God for being his never-failing power source. Equally in times of calm and in times of turbulent storms, the Lord is his light and his salvation, to be counted on.

What, then, is there to fear? David’s confidence is so great that he almost issues the challenge, “Bring on your worst! You can't scare me! I'm confident that God will save me.”

As a shepherd boy, he had bravely faced and conquered Goliath. Before that, he had experienced God's power when he faced a ferocious bear and a killer lion. Frankly, for me that would have been more than enough danger for a lifetime. But David knew God and the resources that were available in time of need. He could
sing, “You are my lamp, O Lord; the Lord turns my darkness into light” (2 Samuel 22:29).

Insight: Are you shrinking from life's challenges because you are uncertain of your ever-ready, never-failing power source? Let God turn your darkness into light.

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Post  Admin on Mon 03 Apr 2017, 10:21 pm

Date: April 3, 2017 at 12:40 PM
Topic: +DEV+ The God Who Is Enough

The God Who Is Enough

“Find rest, O my soul, in God alone; my hope comes from him. He alone is my rock and my salvation; he is my fortress, I will not be shaken” (Psalm 62:5-6).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 62

Do you know someone you would characterize as a godly person? Have you noticed

how amazingly simple his or her lifestyle is? The person may have a full schedule with many heavy responsibilities. Trials may be almost overwhelming. Still, instead of stress and tension, you see calmness and simplicity.

The reason is apparent as we reflect on today's verse. When we look to God to be the source of our rest and the solution to our fears, we discover that He is enough! We do not have to be slaves to worry. We can stop searching for people who will listen to our problems and offer their weak sympathy. We can look to God alone and discover day by day that our trust has not been misplaced.

Something is lost. Tell Him. Suffering from burnout. Tell Him. Disappointments shatter dreams. Tell Him. Does this seem too simplistic? Try making the Lord your source of inner rest and strength. See if He does not prove to be far more than you could have thought or even desired.

Insight: Have you tried to lean on the Lord while you are also relying on earthly props? Ask God to reveal Himself to you as the God who is enough.

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Post  Admin on Fri 31 Mar 2017, 5:21 pm

Date: March 30, 2017 at 1:58 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Read My Heart, Lord

Read My Heart, Lord

“We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express. . . . The Spirit intercedes for the saints in accordance with God’s will” (Romans 8:26-27).

Scripture Focus: Romans 8:26-27

My heart is overflowing today as I present my prayer requests to the Lord. My list includes people for whom I care most deeply. I carry them on my heart and in my mind, but I honestly do not know how to pray for some of them. They represent staggering needs and complex problems.

I don’t know how to pray and can only cry, “Lord, do whatever will accomplish Your good purposes.” Or “Pour out Your love, Your wisdom, Your resources.” Or “Glorify Your name, Lord, in this situation that is so filled with despair.”

“Well,” you counter, “that certainly isn’t presenting your requests to the Lord.”

I agree. Sometimes the needs are so bewildering that I do not know how to formulate my desires. Furthermore, I'm too weak, too foolish, too earthbound to know what to say. The Holy Spirit is right there to meet this most intimate of needs. He listens to our hearts and knows how deeply we want God's will, but are limited in knowing what it is. He interprets our desires and presents them to our Father.

Insight: The Holy Spirit is listening to your heart right now and is interceding for you. Thank Him!

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Post  Admin on Wed 29 Mar 2017, 10:06 pm

Date: March 28, 2017 at 11:48 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Waiting for You

Waiting for You

“Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me” (Revelation 3:20).

Scripture Focus: Revelation 3:14-22

God has every right to enter our lives. After all, He created us for Himself. In making us in His own image, He gave us an immense capacity to know Him and communicate with Him.

But we were born into the human race that is estranged from God. Our wrongdoings have built a barrier that separates us from the One who made us for Himself. God's immense love caused Him to provide the way for us to be reconciled to Him. And at what a great price! His own Son gave His life for us so that we might become His children.

There can be no question about His right to enter our lives. We belong to Him both by His act of creating us and by His act of purchasing our redemption with Jesus' blood. Still, He does not force His way into our lives. He waits for us to invite Him in.

According to our verse for today, Jesus Christ is in one of two places in your life. He is either standing at the door and knocking, or, in response to your opening the door, He has entered your life and you are enjoying personal fellowship with Him.

Insight: Jesus Christ has made His choice: He desires fellowship with you. What is your choice?

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Post  Admin on Tue 28 Mar 2017, 9:32 pm

The Truth
Tuesday, March 28, 2016

"Would not God search this out? For He knows the secrets of the heart."
Psalm 44:21 NASB


It is a scene enacted countless times every day in businesses large and small. In fact, for many people it is a kind of ritual. These are called "watercooler conversations," because so many take place around a watercooler.

Here, one frequent topic is the latest television programs. In these conversations, men and women discuss what they watched. What they thought of the characters and stories. What they liked, and disliked.

This interaction has become central to social interaction. But what is particularly interesting is that much of what is discussed is not true.

This is a conclusion from a recent study which revealed that 46% of people lie about what they watch on TV. Why? The researchers found that people said they watched a show out of a desire "to fit into a conversation." They wanted to be accepted, or just impress others, and were willing to lie to achieve their objectives.

Interestingly, the researchers found that men were almost twice as likely to lie as women. And younger people were more likely to lie than those who were older.

One analyst described how the findings confirm that many don't "want to be left out of the conversation." Others lie because they wanted to cultivate an image. To encourage others to think about them in a particular way. To appear more sophisticated, or cultured. More up-to-date.

More in tune with trends.

Many people go through life with this attitude. They are willing to lie, or distort the truth, in an effort to fool others. Not just about TV programs but about their accomplishments. Their purchases or lifestyle. Just about anything.
But the Bible gives us another perspective on these habits. People may be able to fool others, but they can't fool God. He knows every secret, every thought.

In your life, seek to be honest with God.

Remember. He knows everything about you.

Today's Inspiring Prayer

Father, search my heart and help me to be clean in your sight. I seek to have a more intimate relationship with You. In Jesus' name. Amen.

Further Reading: Psalm 44


Date: March 28, 2017 at 1:57 AM
Topic: +DEV+ His Seeking Heart

His Seeking Heart

“In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents” (Luke 15:10).

Scripture Focus: Luke 15:1-10

Ten-year-old Holly listened as her Sunday School teacher told Jesus' story of the shepherd who would not rest until he found his one lost sheep. “Jesus is like that strong, caring shepherd,” her teacher said. “He is seeking His lost ones. It doesn't matter how small the sheep is or how far it has wandered away. Each one is valuable to Him.”

Then the teacher asked how we know that Jesus loves each lost sheep. Holly answered, “Well, when the shepherd found the sheep, he scooped it up and carried it all the way home. I did that with my dog when it was lost. I was just so happy to find it.”

“Jesus is seeking lost sheep today,” the teacher explained. “He wants each to be safe in His arms. When He finds one, He is very happy, and so are the angels. Draw a picture of what you think it's like in heaven when the Shepherd finds a lost boy or girl.”

Holly thought carefully. Then she picked up her colored markers and began to work intently. I treasure her drawing. Her angels are exuberantly doing what Holly likes best to do - gymnastics!

Insight: Take time today to thank Christ for loving you and constantly seeking to save each lost person.

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Post  Admin on Mon 27 Mar 2017, 9:12 pm

Date: March 27, 2017 at 1:57 AM
Topic: +DEV+ My Shield

My Shield

“But you are a shield around me, O Lord; you bestow glory on me and lift up my head. To the Lord I cry aloud, and he answers me from his holy hill”
(Psalm 3:3-4).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 3

There may be periods in our lives when we fit so comfortably with a group of believers that their joy becomes our joy, their faith our faith. Then disaster strikes. We suffer hurts and losses so devastating and so personal that the group faith alone no longer holds us up. We need - oh how we need - a deep and intimate faith-relationship with the Lord. We need a shield to protect us from the pain and humiliation. We need a shield that is tailor-made to the particular battle we are in. But who can make a customized, personalized, made-to-order shield in our emergency?

God can! In fact, He personally becomes your shield. You have Him all to yourself to meet your particular needs. He is available to you as if you alone were the object of His love and care, which you are indeed, if you are trusting Him. His promises are yours today. His goodness and bountiful gifts are available. His heart of love will meet your needs. In His good time He will bring help, and you can give all glory to Him.

Insight: God is closer to you than your need. Look to Him alone to be your shield and protector.

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Post  Admin on Fri 24 Mar 2017, 5:41 pm

Date: March 24, 2017 at 2:13 AM
Topic: +DEV+ So Very Close

So Very Close

“The righteous cry out, and the Lord hears them; he delivers them from all their troubles. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit” (Psalm 34:17-18)

Scripture Focus: Psalm 34:15-22

After waiting for nearly an hour for takeoff, our frustration mounted as the flight attendant announced that our flight had been canceled. We would have to disembark and find alternate arrangements to get to our destination.

As I chatted with the passenger seated next to me, I noticed that the change in travel arrangements had shaken her deeply. She began to pour out the pain that gripped her heart. “If only the airline knew how desperately I need to arrive on schedule - to be at the hospital and see my mother before it is too late. If only they could understand and care even a little!”

How I longed to point her to the One who is right there at the place where the hurt is deepest. And if the Lord Himself is near, then all that is good and right is near. He is not at hand either to judge or to make light of the pain, but to bring healing and restoration in His closeness.

What causes you pain today? He waits to draw close and touch your hurt with healing.

Insight: “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” (Psalm 147:3). He heals broken hearts with Himself.

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Date: March 23, 2017 at 2:24 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Taste and See

Taste and See

“Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him. . . . The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who week the Lord lack no good thing” (Psalm 34:8,10).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 34:1-14

Behind our congenial greetings and polite smiles often lies an ancient and dark question. It is ancient because it originated in the Garden of Eden. It is dark because it raises doubts about the One who loves us best of all.

“Is God really good?” The question was originally raised by the serpent with the first woman. And it has been whispered in the hearts of each generation to this day.

It may be whispered again in a phone call with unhappy news, in a disappointment, in a gone-bad business deal, or in a devastating medical report. Any of these may lead us to one conclusion: God has abandoned one of His children!

But the psalm-writer challenges us. When things are at their worst, when the enemy has pushed our backs to the wall and God seems far away, that is the time to take refuge in Him. That is the time to take Him at His word. “Taste and see,” and in so doing we will find that, contrary to the evidence around us, God is there, and He is good.

Insight: God is good. If you would know it from personal experience today, set your heart to take refuge in Him.


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Date: March 21, 2017 at 11:25 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Clean - Really Clean

Clean - Really Clean

“If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves. . . . If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:8-9).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 32:1-5

Grandma was our resident stain expert. Whatever had soiled our garments or table linens was brought under her scrutiny. After analyzing the stain with her practiced eye, she prescribed the remedy and treatment. Her only requirement was, “Bring it to me right away. Don't wait, and don't try to treat it yourself before showing it to me. Your remedy may just set the stain and make it impossible to remove!”

Grandma was right. And her advice closely parallel's God's remedy for the sin that soils our hearts.

The psalm-writer describes the problems that result from living with unconfessed sin. While he would not even acknowledge it, his dishonesty “set” the stain. He was miserable with the unresolved transgression until he finally admitted the sin and stopped trying to conceal it from God (Psalm 32:5). Immediately God's forgiveness washed over his soul, bringing cleansing and restoring his joy.

Insight: As we confess our sins, God is faithful. He can be counted on to forgive and cleanse us - every single time.

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Post  Admin on Tue 21 Mar 2017, 11:17 pm

Date: March 21, 2017 at 1:23 AM
Topic: +DEV+ The Joy of Our Hearts

The Joy of Our Hearts

“How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth! . . . Your statutes are my heritage forever; they are the joy of my heart” (Psalm 119:103, 111).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 119:97-112

Reading Psalm 119 is almost like stealing a look at a love letter. The writer of this beautiful psalm is almost euphoric in expressing his love for God's Word. He feasts on it, yet hungers for more. He bathes in its fathomless wisdom, yet craves to return to it. It satisfies him, yet it increases his desire to learn more.

The knowledge he acquires from the Word has given him wisdom that exceeds the knowledge of his teachers. That alone would seem to be enough. But he goes on to tell of blessings that go far beyond the satisfaction of knowing his intellectual needs have been met. Loving God's Word is more valuable than accumulating gold. It's sweeter than the finest of honey. It's better than an inheritance or a generous pension plan. It provides a joy that fills his heart.

The psalm-writer would find it inconceivable for a person to be chronically unhappy and at the same time be filled with God's Word. When we read it with an open heart, the Living God speaks through its pages. And when we respond, He gives joy.

Insight: How's your appetite? As you feast on God's Word, you will experience the joy of knowing that He is speaking to you through it.

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Date: March 20, 2017 at 1:39 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Our Unseen Companion

Our Unseen Companion

“Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age” (Matthew 28:20).
“Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you” (Hebrews 13:5).

Scripture Focus: Matthew 28:16-20

Jesus has given us a job to do. We are not left on earth solely to enjoy the benefits of our relationship with Him. He asks us to be busy serving Him, spreading His Good News throughout our planet.

Some of us are mobile and can go. As we fulfill our mission, we experience Jesus' promise to be with us every step as we go. But what about those of us who are not mobile and cannot go to other parts of the world? Are we to live outside the circumference of His promised presence?

There is a geography of the heart. It’s possible to be so committed to obeying the Master that we direct our whole lives to the goal of spreading the Gospel. Our time and resources, our priorities, our hearts' desires are all focused on obedience. Our prayer interests and what delights our hearts are all related to Christ's kingdom.

For all of us - those who go and those who stay - if our hearts reach out in obedience, we each can know the personal presence of the Master. He knows our deepest desires.

Insight: Ask the Lord to help you give the spread of His Gospel a high priority. Then you will know His personal presence in a new way.
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Date: March 17, 2017 at 2:21 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Known and Loved

Known and Loved

“I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me - just as the Father knows me and I know the Father - and I lay down my life for the sheep” (John 10:14-15).

Scripture Focus: John 10:1-18

The envelope had my name and address neatly typed, and it was graced with a commemorative stamp instead of a meter imprint. I opened it and began to read the letter. After greeting me by my first name, the writer began, “Because of your keen interest in. . . .”

Ah, I thought, he remembered our conversation of a few weeks ago and was sending me the information I had requested. To the contrary! I quickly recognized that the letter had been computer-generated. My name was used, but I was not known.

How different it is with our Good Shepherd. He speaks to the real person within. He knows our deepest hungers, our highest aspirations. He knows our bitter regrets, our frustrated hopes, and our secret dreams. He knows the best and the worst within us, and still He loves us.

As our Good Shepherd, Christ commits Himself to our care. He speaks to us personally and provides for us according to our individual needs and capacities.

Insight: We can never know ourselves better than Christ knows us. He will never give us tasks that are beyond us nor withhold the gifts we need.

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Date: March 16, 2017 at 2:04 AM
Topic: +DEV+ Surrounded

Surrounded

“As the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people both now and forevermore” (Psalm 125:2).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 125

Think of yourself as a pilgrim moving through a territory that no map. You come to a mountain range and must deal with life-threatening danger. At times it seems that it's all over. You will never make it to the other side.

But you do, and you descend to a beautiful valley where you are warmed and sheltered from the violent winds. You are protected by the mountains that surround you.

In somewhat the same way Jerusalem was surrounded by natural mountains. The psalm-writer saw this as a picture of God's strong arms reaching out to protect and shelter His own.

We cannot avoid the experiences of life that buffet us. Troubles come to us, as they do to all people of every time and place. We cannot avoid stress and pain. Still we are protected. The Lord, who loves us, has placed us in a protected valley. He surrounds us with His strong love. The storms come, but we are sheltered in the warmth and safety of His love for us.

Insight: The choice is yours and mine today. Let's stop struggling and start relying on the warmth of the Lord's protection.

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Date: March 14, 2017 at 11:10 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Help, Lord!

Help, Lord!

“The eyes of the Lord are on the righteous and his ears are attentive to their cry; the face of the Lord is against those who do evil” (Psalm 34:15-16).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 34

Right now, this very moment, a cruel and evil enemy is on the prowl. And you may be its intended victim. “Be alert,” God warns, “your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:8).

Temptation comes in many forms and in unrelenting frequency. The struggle demands our full concentration. Our resistance weakens just as our enemy planned. We wear down, and it seems too hard to say that big NO one more time.

Help is at hand. First, we have the Lord’s word that “the One who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world” (1 John 4:4). We do not have to be defeated.

Then we have our Lord’s reassurance that His eyes are on us constantly. His ears are always tuned in to our cry. He's there for us. There's no panic to get through on heaven's 911 emergency number, no need even to state our dilemma. He hears and will see us through our time of trouble, if we put our trust in Him.

Insight: We do not have strength to withstand temptation. That's why God wants us to call for help, believing that He will never let us down.

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Date: March 13, 2017 at 12:43 AM
Topic: +DEV+ This or That?

This or That?

“I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go” (Isaiah 48:17).

Scripture Focus: Psalm 25

Our years in Arizona was the high point in our spiritual lives. The church we attended there throbbed with vitality. The congregation grew week by week. The offering baskets overflowed as we emptied our wallets to pour out our love and gratitude to God. The preaching was uplifting, and our sense of the unity of Christ's body thrilled us.

Sunday evening we always sang together, “Take the Name of Jesus with You.” Then we left the church to go our separate ways. Some of us wished we could have set our spiritual instruments on automatic pilot so we could have lived as we had worshipped.

But we couldn’t. Each of us had to make many personal choices throughout the week. Should we do this or that? Should we go here or there? Should we speak or be silent? The pastor could not be there to remind us of God's Word. Nor at the moment of decision did we have time to search the Scripture for direction. But God was there. He promises to give us moment-by-moment direction as we need it.

Insight: This or that? God will do His part to give us direction. Our part is to keep alert, to be ready to listen and obey.

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