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Post  Admin on Tue 21 Oct 2014, 10:44 pm

Date: October 20, 2014 10:58 PM
Topic: +DEV+  The Bridegroom Woos Us

The Bridegroom Woos Us

"For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost." (Luke 19:10)

Scripture Focus: Romans 8:33-39

A recent film tells of a young man whose wife of five years loses all memory of her husband as a result of a tragic car accident. The husband's sorrow and frustration turn to determination: If he won her hand once, he can do it again! It's a beautiful picture of how God is just such a patient Husband and lover to us. 

He not only wooed us the first time, but goes on wooing us, "with all His heart and soul," in spite of our constant memory loss. He faithfully pursues His people through the halls of history. He sent His Son to a faraway land to search us out and bring us home. He captures the heart of each individual, winning one in the midst of chemotherapy treatment, and another in a moment of quiet fascination with the beauty of a flower. He never gives up, never runs out of patience, and knows each one who is His. His search cost Him a life of suffering, mockery and humble service, and ultimately His life. If He's pursuing you even now, stop running. Turn around and look into your Lover's face.

Insight: Nothing on this earth or anywhere else can separate us from God's unstoppable love.

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Post  Admin on Mon 20 Oct 2014, 7:34 pm

Date: October 19, 2014 10:57 PM
Topic: +DEV+  God's Perfect Bride

God's Perfect Bride

"The LORD did not set his affection on you and choose you because you were more numerous than other peoples, ...but it was because the LORD loves you..." (Deuteronomy 7:7-8)

Scripture Focus: Deuteronomy 7:6-9

Another image God presents is of us as His bride. Have you ever wondered why it is sometimes so hard to answer your spouse if he or she asks you, "Why do you love me?" Ultimately, the answer boils down to the one God gives us: "I love you because...I love you!" 

In the Bible, God sets His eye on a chosen spiritual bride. You and I are part of that bride. That the holy, awesome Creator-God has "set His eyes" on us in love is scary! What will He see? Will our sin put Him off? How can we bear that gaze? God's people in the wilderness were so afraid of that intimacy that they asked Moses to be their go-between, and God said it was a good idea. 

We can only bear the delightful, frightening stare of love because in Jesus' beauty we are God's perfect bride, without a wrinkle or a blemish. He is our go-between. He has made us absolutely loveable and we need never fear losing that love. In Christ, we truly are the apple of God's eye. Absorb and delight in God your heavenly Husband's loving stare today!

Insight: You are god's treasured possession, and his loving eyes are upon you.

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Post  Admin on Sat 18 Oct 2014, 1:37 pm

Date: October 16, 2014 11:32 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Are We Resembling Christ

Are We Resembling Christ

"Now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when He appears, we shall be like Him..." (1 John 3:2)

Scripture Focus: 1 John 2:28-3:3

A child is born, and what does everybody start asking? "Who does he/she look like?" Daddy? Big sister? Grandpa? It's an irresistible game, part of the joy that everyone shares (except for the jaded fellow who said, "Face it. All babies look like Winston Churchill."). 

The apostle John writes repeatedly about our new, spiritual birth. In the middle of his first letter, he suddenly breaks into an expression of wonder: "How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God!" It's as joyful as anything uttered by a physical parent, a truth almost too good for words. 

Then he tells us more about being a child of God. We are growing in resemblance to Christ. We won't physically look like Jesus; we'll resemble Him spiritually. We are being renewed, healed, and eventually perfected to have the moral excellence of the Son of God. He is coming back for us, says John, and when He returns, we will be able to look at Him, unashamed, because "we shall be like Him."

Insight: "Those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame." (Psalm 34:5)

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Post  Admin on Wed 15 Oct 2014, 8:00 pm

Date: October 13, 2014 10:00 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Bring Them In

Bring Them In

"I will say to the North, 'Give them up!' and to the South, 'Do not hold them back.' Bring my sons... and my daughters from the ends of the earth - everyone who is called by my name..." (Isaiah 43:6-7)

Scripture Focus: Isaiah 43:1-7

Friends with seven children told us a classic big-family story. While on vacation they took a lunch break, then headed down the road again. But Dad forgot to take roll call, and sure enough, one young son had been left behind. Everything turned out fine, but you can imagine Dad making the world's quickest U-turn! 

God, of course, never overlooks His children. He calls for them with authority, issuing a command that cannot be refused. In Isaiah's day, God called His people home from exile. But the summons goes beyond that: He is calling people from around the globe whom the Holy Spirit is regenerating - those who have been "born again," as Jesus said. These renewed sons and daughters are called by His name. Not one will be lost; every child will be brought into the family. 

In verse 3 of our passage, God calls Himself "Savior." This is Jesus who died for us. Verse 4 tells us why: "you are precious and honored in my sight, and because I love you." Born again, called, loved - what greater security is there?

Insight: The same God who spoke the universe into existence is the one who says, "I have summoned you by name; you are Mine."

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- "Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing." John Stuart Mill, 1867
- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
 - "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."

Date: October 14, 2014 11:38 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Meaning Of Love

Meaning Of Love

"Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God....God is love." (1 John 4:7-8)

Scripture Focus: 1 John 4:7-20

I use the word "love" a lot, and often frivolously: "Love those pictures!" "Love your emails!" "Love that chocolate!" I use it for things that bring out certain emotions: excitement, satisfaction, amusement. 

In our passage, John uses the word "love" twenty-three times, but never frivolously. He writes of God's love for us and our love for fellow believers. It's hard to drum up a natural love for everyone in the church. Too often feelings of indifference, resentment, and jealousy rule our relationships. 

But John isn't appealing to our natural tendencies. He is speaking to us as born-again children. We are new people who have a new ability to love, because "we live in Him and He lives in us." John isn't telling hopeless sinners to love hopeless sinners; he's telling Spirit-birthed children to love Spirit-birthed children. We're not a bunch of unlovable wretches trying to feel good about each other. We're a family brought to life by the work of Jesus Christ and His atoning sacrifice for our sins.

Insight: Loving each other begins by looking at the cross.

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Post  Admin on Mon 13 Oct 2014, 5:15 pm

Date: October 12, 2014 11:34 PM
Topic: +DEV+  A New Creation

A New Creation

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!" (2 Corinthians 5:17)

Scripture Focus: 2 Corinthians 5:11-21

A good friend once told me about his family coming to Christ. He was a teenager when it happened; someone shared the gospel with his parents, they believed it, and they began living for Jesus. I'll never forget the way he described the change: "It was as if the world went from black and white to living color." In their home there were new behaviors, new goals, and an entirely new way of seeing the world. 

Paul writes that a Christian is "a new creation." The old identity is gone. A hopeless, futile life has been replaced with purpose and fruitfulness. We have, in a sense, new eyes that can see new beauties, such as righteous living and communion with God. We enjoy new things, such as Christ's love. In fact, a believer has an entirely different worldview from an unbeliever. We have a new motivation: Christ's love and not people's approval. We have a new goal: to live for God and not ourselves. Most wonderful of all, we have a new account: the credit of Christ's righteousness and not the debt of our sins.

Insight: How does your worldview, as a christian, differ from an unbeliever's? How has your life changed because of Jesus?

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Post  Admin on Fri 10 Oct 2014, 7:02 pm

Date: October 9, 2014 12:36 AM
Topic: +DEV+  Our Brother

Our Brother

"Both the one who makes men holy and those who are made holy are of the same family. So Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers." (Hebrews 2:11)

Scripture Focus: Luke 15:25-32; Hebrews 2:10-13

In the parable of the prodigal son, there is one unhappy person at the party: the older brother. He's disgusted with his brother, and he's furious with their father. Don't you realize, he says, that you're rewarding terrible behavior? He even claims that his own behavior has been perfect. Where's his reward? 

Jesus, your older brother, is the only son who has always obeyed His Father. Hebrews 2:10 tells us that His perfect earthly life was completed by suffering. He lived and suffered for His brothers. We are the ones who deserve accusations for our ungrateful, proud and sinful living. But Jesus let Himself be accused. We deserve to perish for our sins. But Jesus gave Himself in our place, took the judgment, and was crucified. 

Jesus, "The one who makes men holy" (vs.11), will never be ashamed of us. We are "of the same family" with Him. Yet unlike the brother in the parable, He has no animosity towards us. In fact, He invites us to a celebration: praising God with countless brothers in heaven.

Insight: The brother in the parable would have utterly refused to share his part of the inheritance. But your older brother, Jesus, freely shares with you!

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- "Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing." John Stuart Mill, 1867
- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
 - "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."

Date: October 9, 2014 10:26 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Food for Newborns

Food for Newborns

"Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation." (Peter 2:2)

Scripture Focus: 1 Peter 1:23-2:3

Think of a breastfed baby. From almost its first breath, perfect food is offered. This milk contains the ideal nutrients to help a brand new person thrive. And it's always available - no waiting. In fact, a breastfeeding mother knows that if she keeps her child waiting, she'll hear about it - quite loudly! 

Christians are like newborn babies. We constantly need spiritual food. Peter explains that the perfect nourishment for our growth is God's "living and enduring" Word. The Bible is rich provision for our souls: it reveals our holy Creator, exposes our sin, records God's faithfulness, and spotlights our Savior. Forgiveness, peace, joy, eternal life...all are offered in its pages. 

One way we "grow up in our salvation" and take in this "pure spiritual milk" is by gathering as a congregation to hear faithful, biblical preaching. We are a family after all, and each of us is equally dependent on the eternal Word for our salvation and our growth. Is it any wonder that Peter urges us to "crave" it?

Insight: Ask your gracious Father to increase your appetite for His word. He loves you and truly wants you to taste His goodness.

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Post  Admin on Wed 08 Oct 2014, 4:07 pm

Date: October 7, 2014 11:22 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Are You Welcomed At Home?

Are You Welcomed At Home?

"...While he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him...." (Luke 15:20)

Scripture Focus: Luke 15:11-24

The holidays are coming, and with them comes time with family. But for many, "family" means broken relationships. They dread walking through that front door because inside, shame, abuse, and criticism are waiting. 

No one dreaded going home more than the lost son in Jesus' parable. He knows he's wrecked the family fortune and offended his father immeasurably. He thinks, if I offer to be a servant, maybe I'll be taken in. If I just work really hard, maybe I can make up for the dishonor I brought to the family name. 

Before he can even make it to the front door, his father comes running down the road to greet him. "Let's celebrate!" he cries. Quickly, he orders the best for his son: a robe, a ring, a feast. And he says nothing about his son's sins. 

You have a home like this. In fact, you have an honored place there, because God has chosen you to receive His love and to share His wealth. You may feel your life is a wreck. But God, like the father in the parable, says, "Everything that I have is yours."

Insight: If you are hesitating to read his word or pray, remember your honored place. Your Father rejoices to have you in His family.

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Post  Admin on Mon 06 Oct 2014, 8:07 pm

Date: October 5, 2014 9:55 PM
Topic: +DEV+ The New Birth

The New Birth

"To all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God - children born not of natural descent, nor of human decision or a husband's will, but born of God." (John 1:12-13)

Scripture Focus: John 1:10-14

Early in our marriage, we wanted to start a family. But we were anxious: Being over seas, would labor go well?Would we carry a child to term? Would our child be born healthy? Would we be able to provide? Nothing seemed certain. Many questions and no answers.

Sometimes we believers feel anxious about our own salvation. How can we be sure of it? The opening verses of John's Gospel reassure us: our new birth is absolutely certain! It isn't some divine prediction, nor is God making a mere attempt or a hopeful wish. The eternal Creator planned our new life in Christ "before the foundation of the world" (Ephesians 1:4). Our salvation wasn't accomplished by "human decision," but by the will and power of the infallible Holy Spirit. And from the moment of our new birth, everything we needed for success in the Christian life was provided, because not only are we made new, but the Father "has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ" (Ephesians 1:3).

Insight: When you feel uncertain about your salvation, remember that it didn't happen by your human effort, but by the perfect work of God himself.

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Post  Admin on Sat 04 Oct 2014, 1:58 pm

Date: October 2, 2014 10:07 PM
Topic: +DEV+  The Rebirth

The Rebirth

"Jesus declared, 'I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again.'" (John 3:3)

Scripture Focus: John 3:1-8

The Bible gives us word pictures to grasp how we are a part of God's family. The first image we'll look at is rebirth. Nicodemus pictured Jesus' words graphically: a grown man crawling back up the birth canal and into his mother's womb. What a disturbing and impossible image! If seeing the kingdom of God depends on that kind of human act, no one will ever make it. 

For a long time I understood salvation the way Nicodemus did, that it depended on some effort of my own. I longed to be a different kind of person, but no matter how I tried, I failed. My goodness wasn't consistent enough; my will-power wasn't strong enough. At best, I was frustrated; at worst, despairing. 

Jesus listened to Nicodemus and said, "I tell you the truth." He was describing a very different kind of experience, one of “spiritual” birth, done by the Holy Spirit Himself. Nicodemus misunderstood, yet in a way, he was right: no man can give himself new life. But God can, and it's a life far greater than the one that happens in the flesh.

Insight: What God has done for you is more amazing than you can imagine, and beyond anything you could accomplish on your own.

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Post  Admin on Thu 02 Oct 2014, 9:03 pm

Date: October 2, 2014 1:18 AM
Topic: +DEV+  A Miracle

A Miracle

"The angel said to the women, 'Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.'" (Matthew 28:5-6)

Scripture Focus: Matthew 28:1-10

During His earthly ministry, Jesus revealed His identity, authority, and power through teaching and miracles. For more than three years, He showed the people God in flesh as He met their physical and spiritual needs. 

Still, our greatest need was for One who would save us from sin and death, and restore the broken relationship with our holy Creator. Jesus is that Savior. While some believe, others do not. But how could those who believe be sure Jesus is who He said He is? What guarantee do we have that the payment for sin is paid in full? 

The proof is in Christ's resurrection - the ultimate miracle. Death is conquered, sin is atoned, and the tomb is empty. Even more, His resurrection assures us the grave is not the end. We can also look forward to resurrection. 

Until that day, the power that raised Christ from the dead is the same power that dwells in us through the Holy Spirit. We can spend our lives searching for signs, wonders, and miracles, or we can rest in the greatest miracle of all!

Insight: Have you been searching for a miracle in your life? Celebrate and walk in the power of the resurrection - The ultimate miracle!




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Post  Admin on Tue 30 Sep 2014, 10:10 pm

Date: September 30, 2014 12:39 AM
Topic: +DEV+  Gratitude?

Gratitude?

"One of them....threw himself at Jesus' feet and thanked him - and he was a Samaritan. Jesus asked, Were not all ten cleansed? ...Was no one found to return and give praise to God except this foreigner?" (Luke 17:15-18)

Scripture Focus: Luke 17:11-19

If we were to count all the requests the Lord has granted to us, would they equal all the times we have expressed our gratitude? Probably not. 

Of the ten lepers who asked to be healed by Jesus, all ten took Him at His word. They obeyed His command to show themselves to the priests, even though they had not yet been healed. However, only one returned to say thank you when the healing actually occurred. It's not that the others were ungrateful. They just seemed more concerned with getting on with their lives than they were with honoring the One who made it possible. 

Before we criticize these nine men, perhaps we should examine ourselves. Do we thank the Lord as often as we present our requests? If we spend a month appealing to God for a particular request, do we thank Him for at least that long? Or do we move on to our next appeal, His mercy taken for granted without a second thought? 

Gratitude is not just an attitude. It is an antidote against seeking God's hand without also drawing near to His heart.

Insight: How often do you thank the Lord for His mercy? Add a "gratitude list" to your quiet time and draw near to His heart.

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Post  Admin on Mon 29 Sep 2014, 10:05 pm

Date: September 28, 2014 10:34 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Are We Heavenly Minded?

Are We Heavenly Minded?

"Jesus said to her, 'Your brother will rise again.' Martha answered, 'I know he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.' Jesus said to her, 'I am the resurrection and the life...'" (John 11:23-25)

Scripture Focus: John 11:17-44

Life does not always turn out the way we would like. As Christians, we can console ourselves with the reminder that a heavenly future awaits us. But if we are too heavenly minded, we may forget that what we believe matters today, as well. 

Lazarus's sister, Martha, knew that one day all believers will experience a resurrection to eternal life. Yet it seems she did not think of the resurrection as relevant to her current situation. In her mind, the promise of new life belonged to a future day. 

Jesus reminded her that He “is” the resurrection and the life, not that He “will be.” Her belief in Him was not just for an eternity that would begin after death. Eternal life begins now and extends across death. "Whoever lives and believes in me will never die" (vs. 26). Then He proved His power over death by bringing Lazarus back to life. 

Martha learned that her faith in Jesus Christ is not just for the future. Faith in Him makes a difference in our present, earthly lives, too. Eternity actually begins today.

Insight: Has compartmental thinking discouraged you in your present situation? Know that our faith is relevant to both our earthly life and our heavenly one!

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Post  Admin on Sat 27 Sep 2014, 10:48 pm

Date: September 25, 2014 10:38 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Task Or People Oriented?

Task Or People Oriented?

"On a Sabbath Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit....Then he put his hands on her, and immediately she straightened up and praised God." (Luke 13:10-11, 13)

Scripture Focus: Luke 13:10-17

Are you task-oriented or people-oriented? In any situation, do you first think of getting the job done? Or is your priority the people involved? 

As long as Jesus stuck to the teaching agenda, the religious leaders in this passage were fine. But Jesus was more concerned with people than with rules and tasks. He never seemed to mind getting "sidetracked." He saw a woman who had been crippled for 18 years. With a word and a touch, Jesus made her whole. 

The leaders were annoyed that their rules had been disrupted. They rebuked the people for wanting to be healed on the Sabbath. But Jesus rebuked them. If their legalism made an exception for watering animals on the Sabbath, surely one of God's chosen people was just as important, if not more so. 

Most of us have daily to-do lists that grow and spill into the next day. The result can be a concern for agendas and tasks while neglecting the people in our lives for whom Jesus died. God is more concerned with people than with tasks. We should be, too.

Insight: Is your ministry schedule so full that you don't have time for individual people? Allow the Lord to interrupt your schedule with his priorities.




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Post  Admin on Fri 26 Sep 2014, 11:01 pm

Date: September 24, 2014 11:45 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Jesus: The Light of the World

Jesus: The Light of the World

"Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind? Neither this man nor his parents sinned, said Jesus, but this happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life." (John 9:2-3)

Scripture Focus: John 9:1-11

Why do bad things happen? The easy - or not-so-easy - answer is sin. Because of sin, God's perfect creation, including humanity, has been corrupted. 

So it was natural for Jesus' disciples to blame this man's blindness on sin. But who sinned, they wanted to know. Since the man was born blind, could he have sinned in his mother's womb? If he was not the guilty one, then was it his parents? The disciples took this difficult question to Jesus, the One who had answered other questions about God's nature and His ways. 

Jesus told them there was one more option to consider. In this case, the reason for the man's blindness was not the consequence of his or his parents' sin. This blindness was to illustrate the glory of God in a powerful way. Jesus would bring light to one man so that all men would give glory to God. 

You and I still have an opportunity to give glory to God. We may not be able to cure physical blindness, but by our words and deeds we can point people to the Light of the world each day.

Insight: Is there something in your life that seems purposeless? Ask God to use it for his glory, then watch him do it!

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Date: September 24, 2014 11:45 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Jesus: The Light of the World

Jesus: The Light of the World

"Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind? Neither this man nor his parents sinned, said Jesus, but this happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life." (John 9:2-3)

Scripture Focus: John 9:1-11

Why do bad things happen? The easy - or not-so-easy - answer is sin. Because of sin, God's perfect creation, including humanity, has been corrupted. 

So it was natural for Jesus' disciples to blame this man's blindness on sin. But who sinned, they wanted to know. Since the man was born blind, could he have sinned in his mother's womb? If he was not the guilty one, then was it his parents? The disciples took this difficult question to Jesus, the One who had answered other questions about God's nature and His ways. 

Jesus told them there was one more option to consider. In this case, the reason for the man's blindness was not the consequence of his or his parents' sin. This blindness was to illustrate the glory of God in a powerful way. Jesus would bring light to one man so that all men would give glory to God. 

You and I still have an opportunity to give glory to God. We may not be able to cure physical blindness, but by our words and deeds we can point people to the Light of the world each day.

Insight: Is there something in your life that seems purposeless? Ask God to use it for his glory, then watch him do it!

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- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
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Date: September 25, 2014 10:38 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Task Or People Oriented?

Task Or People Oriented?

"On a Sabbath Jesus was teaching in one of the synagogues, and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit....Then he put his hands on her, and immediately she straightened up and praised God." (Luke 13:10-11, 13)

Scripture Focus: Luke 13:10-17

Are you task-oriented or people-oriented? In any situation, do you first think of getting the job done? Or is your priority the people involved? 

As long as Jesus stuck to the teaching agenda, the religious leaders in this passage were fine. But Jesus was more concerned with people than with rules and tasks. He never seemed to mind getting "sidetracked." He saw a woman who had been crippled for 18 years. With a word and a touch, Jesus made her whole. 

The leaders were annoyed that their rules had been disrupted. They rebuked the people for wanting to be healed on the Sabbath. But Jesus rebuked them. If their legalism made an exception for watering animals on the Sabbath, surely one of God's chosen people was just as important, if not more so. 

Most of us have daily to-do lists that grow and spill into the next day. The result can be a concern for agendas and tasks while neglecting the people in our lives for whom Jesus died. God is more concerned with people than with tasks. We should be, too.

Insight: Is your ministry schedule so full that you don't have time for individual people? Allow the Lord to interrupt your schedule with his priorities.

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Post  Admin on Wed 24 Sep 2014, 9:14 pm

Date: September 22, 2014 11:34 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Everything Is Possible

Everything Is Possible

"'...But if you can do anything, take pity on us and help us.' 'If you can?' said Jesus. 'Everything is possible for him who believes.' Immediately the boy's father exclaimed, 'I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief!'" (Mark 9:22-24)

Scripture Focus: Mark 9:14-29

Many of us have prayer lists that grow daily - sometimes hourly. “Lord, can you heal this cancer? Lord, please restore this marriage. Lord, can you save my child?” We ask, but do we really believe God can do what we need, when we need it? 

A desperate father came to Jesus on behalf of his son. The disciples could not drive out the evil spirit, but the father refused to give up. Maybe the Master could help where the servants had failed. Still, the man's faith had taken a beating, so he began his request with, "If you can...."

“If”. Endless possibility is wrapped in that tiny word... possibility accessed by faith in the One who makes all things possible. At Jesus' prompt, the father recognized his own limitations. "Help me overcome my unbelief!" 

Like the disciples, we may spend just enough time with Jesus to think we have all we need to handle anything that comes our way. But all things are possible only when we recognize the limits of our own abilities and rely on His power to do the impossible.

Insight: Are you facing an impossible situation today? Recognize your need to trust the one for whom all things are possible.

 

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 Date: September 23, 2014 11:41 PM
Topic: +DEV+  Account-Paid in Full

Account-Paid in Full

"But so that we may not offend them....Take the first fish you catch; open its mouth and you will find a four-drachma coin. Take it and give it to them for my tax and yours."  (Matthew 17:27)

Scripture Focus: Matthew 17:24-27

Taxes. We love to complain about them...and people have been complaining about them for thousands of years! 

When Peter was asked if Jesus paid the temple tax, he answered without first checking with the Lord. Because He is God's Son, Jesus should have been exempt from the tax, right? Yet even though He did not need to, He gave Peter the means to pay for them both. 

We still dislike paying taxes. Many of us look for loopholes to avoid or reduce our payment. But there's a more severe debt we owe than mere taxes we must pay: death. Death is the consequence of sin and there is no loophole. However, like the temple tax, Jesus made a payment He did not have to make. God's Son lived a sinless life, died a substitutionary death, and rose in victory to conquer sin and death... for us! 

He did not owe the payment. We did. Sin obligated us to die, but He died for us. Jesus paid the temple tax with a miracle; He paid for our salvation with another miracle. God became man and purchased our salvation - paid for it in full.

Insight: Are you looking for a way to avoid sin's eternal consequences? No need to search further. Jesus did it all: account-paid in full.

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Post  Admin on Mon 22 Sep 2014, 7:49 pm

Date: October 24, 2012 9:38 AM
Topic: +DEV+  Spiritual Clarity

Spiritual Clarity

"He looked up and said, 'I see people; they look like trees walking around.'  Once more Jesus put his hands on the man's eyes.  Then his eyes were opened, his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly." (Mark 8:24-25)

Scripture Focus: Mark 8:22-26

Digital autofocus cameras have made it easier to take flawless photos. The camera locks onto the subject and the result is a picture that is perfectly focused. 

Today we read about another kind of focus. In the Bible, physical blindness often signified spiritual blindness. Unlike some other people healed by Christ, this blind man received his sight in stages - a picture of our own spiritual lives. 

Young or old, when we come to know Jesus as our Lord and Savior, most of us don't fully understand all that this new life entails. God “justifies” us at the moment of new birth by declaring us righteous. But for the rest of our earthly lives, the Holy Spirit works to “sanctify” us - to make us more like Christ in our thoughts, words, and deeds. As we grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord (2 Peter 3:18), we understand more of His Word; our trust in Him increases. 

Like this blind man, the Lord's touch in our lives brings increasing clarity to our spiritual sight until we, too, can "see clearly."

Insight: Is there an area in your spiritual life that is unclear? Surrender to Christ's touch and allow him to bring spiritual clarity in that area.

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Post  Admin on Sat 20 Sep 2014, 7:52 pm

Date: October 23, 2012 11:56 AM
Topic: +DEV+  Are We Listening?

Are We Listening?

After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man's ears. Then he spit and touched the man's tongue. He looked up to heaven and with a deep sigh said, “Be opened!" (Mark 7:33-34)

Scripture Focus: Mark 7:31-37

It's an age-old question: “Do you hear me?” Moms ask it of their children, wives ask it of their husbands. Sometimes we ask it of God. “Do you hear me, Lord?”

The deaf man who was brought to Jesus did not know the comfort of his mother's voice. He had never heard birds singing on a spring morning. He had never been blessed by voices raised to God in praise. 

But Jesus' deep sigh hints at a problem greater than one man's deafness. The sigh may have revealed the Lord's grief over man's deafness toward His Creator and the deafness of His people toward their God. 

God revealed Himself in His created world. He revealed Himself to His chosen people. He revealed Himself in His written Word. Finally, God sent His only Son - the Living Word. Each time, people turned a deaf ear to His communications. 

When Jesus touched this man and healed him, He told the world the time for turning a deaf ear to God was past. Today, the question we should ask is not, “Do you hear me, Lord?” The question we should ask is, “Am I listening?”

Insight: How has God spoken to you through His creation, His word, and His Son? Don't turn a deaf ear when He speaks to you today!
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Post  Admin on Wed 17 Sep 2014, 12:28 am

Please, keep Leticha in prayer.  She had a bout with her hormones 
yesterday.  She was really struggling with hot flashes and other 
symptoms of early menopause, because of the hysterectomy she had on 
the 3rd.  Pray that the doctor will find the right combination of 
hormones to help her, without to many symptoms, so she can get on 
with her life.  The recovery is hard on her, please pray a quick 
healing.  And that she'll have some peace and comfort during the 
recovery time.
Thanks,
Anita
Also, for everyone who may have gotten some mail returned back to 
them, because Leticha's address was wrong.
I found out yesterday that her real address is -
2023 Apt. B. Forum Dr.
Rolla, Mo 65401
   instead of
223 Apt. B. Forum Dr.
I apologize for giving the wrong address.  She said she gets it with 
223 on it, but I don't think any packages got to her.  Again, I'm 
sorry for any unconvinced this may have caused for some of you.
Also, if you are trying to get a hold of her through facebook or at 
her apartment, or trying to call her.  She is spending some time with 
us for awhile, until she feels ready to go home on her own.  If you 
need to get ahold of her, you will have to call our number here.
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Post  Admin on Wed 10 Sep 2014, 2:12 pm

If anyone wants to bring Leticha some food that is already made, that 
would be a blessing to her.  Right now she can't have anything hard like beef or Pork. 
Maybe some chicken soup with the chicken cut up into small pieces, 
she can handle noodles.  And any kid of puddings, jello's, even some 
hot mash potatoes, any thing that is not to solid.  Something that 
she can put into the microwave to heat up, so she doesn't have to 
stand for very long in the processing of making it.  Here is her 
phone number 426-4999.  Now she may not pick up, she usually let's it 
go to her answering machine.  If you can't get ahold of her.  You can 
email me, and I'll let her know.
She's pretty tired this evening, so I believe she'll be going to bed 
soon.  You may be able to get ahold of her tomorrow sometime, and 
make arrangements to get the food to her.  Sure appreciate any help 
in this area if you can.
Love,
Anita


Leticha went home this afternoon. She said she was ready.  Continue 
to pray for a speedy recovery, especially from pain.  Thanks 
everyone for praying.
Anita

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Post  Admin on Sun 07 Sep 2014, 10:18 pm

Michael & Anita Inman
Today at 4:57 AM
We just got back from seeing Leticha.  And want to let everyone know 
that she is doing so much better this evening.  They have finally 
gotten her pain management regulated.  They have gotten her up and 
walking around.  And she was able to sat in a chair with us for about 
15 to 20 mins. this evening.  Thanks so much for all your prayers. 
If she keeps doing this good, she may be able to come home sometime 
next week.
Also, she wanted to let everyone who had given her cards & gifts a 
big 'Thank You', with hugs :-), she was finally able to feel like 
reading them this evening.
Anita
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Post  Admin on Sat 06 Sep 2014, 2:40 pm

Michael & Anita Inman
Sep 5 at 4:21 AM
We went to see Leticha tonight.  She looks well.   They took that 
tube out of her nose.  So she  can talk better.  Tomorrow they will 
be taking out the epadura, and there going to get her up to walk a 
little.  She is on a clear liquid diet.  She is passing gas, which 
they said is good, that the colon is starting to work and wake up. 
She's going to be on a strict diet for awhile, even when she's home, 
until her colon starts to pass things through.  She may come home 
Tuesday or Wednesday, if everything goes well.  Pray that once she 
is off that epadura hook up, that the pain won't be to bad for her. 
She is having shoulder pain from being tense, with everything.  So 
hopefully that will go down and away, once she gets up and walks 
some.   Pray that she has good nurses to take care of her at night. 
Last night the first night, she had a hard time with the nurses. 
Daytime nurses are better, it seems like.
Anita
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Michael D. Inman

- "Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing." John Stuart Mill, 1867
- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
 - "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."

Here is the Rolla Hospital's phone number, if anyone would like to 
call Leticha to encourage her and pray with her during this time of 
recovery.  1-573-458-8899 ask for room #309 bed one.  Call before 
8:00 P.M. at night.
Anita

Just wanting to let everyone to know, to keep up the praying for 
her.  Everything is coming back alive, and she is in alot of pain. 
Especially this evening.  Pray that what they do give her for pain 
will help.
Anita

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Post  Admin on Thu 04 Sep 2014, 6:19 pm

From: "Mrs. Anita P. Inman"
Subject: Prayer request update Leticha
Date: September 3, 2014 

Leticha's surgeries went well today.  Everything was fine.  And right 
now she is doing fine, no pain at this time.  Continue to lift her up 
thou during this week, that the pain won't be to bad.
For everyone who wants to go see her at the Rolla hospital, her room 
# is 309, bed 1.
This has been a long day,  So I'm going to sign off and go to bed. 
Thanks again for all your prayers.
Love,
Anita
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Post  Admin on Thu 28 Aug 2014, 9:41 pm

Leticha's surgery will be Sept. the 3rd around 9:00 a.m.  Again, she will probably be in the hospital  for about a week.  For the ones here in the Rolla area, I will let you know her room number as soon as she gets out of recovery.  Please, keep her prayer, she is getting anxious.
Love,
Anita

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Well, we got the results back from her colonscopy.  The doctor was 
surprised that the polyp they took out was cancerous, because of her 
young age.  It was a blessing that they found it when they did, that 
it was bleeding. (in her stools).   The doctor said if it didn't 
start to bleed, in about 10 years or less, she would of have colon 
cancer.   So the next procedure will be, that they will take out that 
part of the colon where the polyp was at.  And he said that should 
stop any more spread of it.  (My oldest sister had this done several 
years back, and she is doing fine, and no cancer came back.)   And 
the GYN doctor is going to be doing the hysterectomy.  So both 
doctors will be doing the surgeries.  Dr. Walmbald will do the colon 
and Dr. Davidson will do the hysterectomy.  They both want to do this 
as early as possible.  Possibly next week sometime.  I will let 
everyone know so you can pray for her.  And for the ones who live 
here in the Rolla area can come and see her at the hospital.  (she 
wants her family & friends to come and see her while she is in the 
hospital.)   She will be in the hospital here in Rolla for about a 
week.
Please, keep her in prayer on all of this, she doesn't look forward 
to all of these surgeries.  And is nervous and scared about it all. 
Pray that all the prep before and after the surgery won't be to hard 
on her.  And that the Lord will direct the doctors hands and fingers 
in all that they have to do.  Also, that she will have good and nice 
nurses to take care of her during her stay in the hospital.    God is 
in Control and knows what is needed in all of this.
Love,
Anita
P.S.
For those who live here in Rolla and knows where she lives.  She will 
need food brought and prepared for her to eat when she gets back 
home, until she gets her strength to make her own meals.  So any help 
on that will be much needed.  Again, I'll keep everyone updated.  If 
any one needs to know where she lives, just contact me and I'll give 
you directions to her apartment.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

I'm asking everyone who can and will.  Send Leticha a encouraging 
card, to let her know that you are praying and thanking of her during 
this time.  I know it would encourage her heart.
I know some of you email her and talk to her on Facebook.  But there 
is always something special about the personal touch of a good card.
Here is her mailing address -

Leticha Inman
223 - Apt. B Forum Dr.
Rolla, Mo 65401

Thanks everyone.
Anita
Michael D. Inman

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- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
 - "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."

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Leticha's surgery will be Sept. the 3rd around 9:00 a.m.  Again, she will probably be in the hospital  for about a week.  For the ones here in the Rolla area, I will let you know her room number as soon as she gets out of recovery.  Please, keep her prayer, she is getting anxious.
Love,
Anita
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Post  Admin on Wed 27 Aug 2014, 10:32 pm

Please Pray, Our Daughter has Cancer...
Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:39 am (PDT) . Posted by: "Michael & Anita Inman" n0klu
Leticha' s surgery will be Sept. the 3rd around 9:00 a.m. Again, she will probably be in the hospital for about a week. For the ones here in the Rolla area, I will let you know her room number as soon as she gets out of recovery. Please, keep her prayer, she is getting anxious.
Love,
Anita
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Well, we got the results back from her colonscopy. The doctor was 
surprised that the polyp they took out was cancerous, because of her 
young age. It was a blessing that they found it when they did, that 
it was bleeding. (in her stools). The doctor said if it didn't 
start to bleed, in about 10 years or less, she would of have colon 
cancer. So the next procedure will be, that they will take out that 
part of the colon where the polyp was at. And he said that should 
stop any more spread of it. (My oldest sister had this done several 
years back, and she is doing fine, and no cancer came back.) And 
the GYN doctor is going to be doing the hysterectomy. So both 
doctors will be doing the surgeries. Dr. Walmbald will do the colon 
and Dr. Davidson will do the hysterectomy. They both want to do this 
as early as possible. Possibly next week sometime. I will let 
everyone know so you can pray for her. And for the ones who live 
here in the Rolla area can come and see her at the hospital. (she 
wants her family & friends to come and see her while she is in the 
hospital.) She will be in the hospital here in Rolla for about a 
week.
Please, keep her in prayer on all of this, she doesn't look forward 
to all of these surgeries. And is nervous and scared about it all. 
Pray that all the prep before and after the surgery won't be to hard 
on her. And that the Lord will direct the doctors hands and fingers 
in all that they have to do. Also, that she will have good and nice 
nurses to take care of her during her stay in the hospital. God is 
in Control and knows what is needed in all of this.
Love,
Anita
P.S.
For those who live here in Rolla and knows where she lives. She will 
need food brought and prepared for her to eat when she gets back 
home, until she gets her strength to make her own meals. So any help 
on that will be much needed. Again, I'll keep everyone updated. If 
any one needs to know where she lives, just contact me and I'll give 
you directions to her apartment.

>>> >>> >>
I'm asking everyone who can and will. Send Leticha a encouraging 
card, to let her know that you are praying and thanking of her during 
this time. I know it would encourage her heart.
I know some of you email her and talk to her on Facebook. But there 
is always something special about the personal touch of a good card.
Here is her mailing address -

Leticha Inman
223 - Apt. B Forum Dr.
Rolla, Mo 65401
Thanks everyone.
Anita

Michael D. Inman

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- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
- "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."
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Post  Admin on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 11:20 pm

Date: August 4, 2014 11:03 PM
Topic: +DEV+ Trust In Him

Trust In Him

"Lord, help me!' she said. He replied, It is not right to take the children's bread and toss it to their dogs. Yes, Lord...but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters' table." Matthew 15:25-27.

Scripture Focus: Matthew 15:21-28

Asking favors for ourselves can be difficult. Yet, the pride that may prevent us from asking is quickly dismissed when the need is for a loved one, especially if the request is for a child. 

The Gentile woman in this passage knew she had no claim on the Jewish Messiah. But her appeal was not for herself. Others were being healed and her daughter needed healing, too. 

It must have been offensive to hear Jesus liken her family to dogs, but she did not argue. She humbly accepted her position as secondary to the Jewish people for the purposes of Jesus' ministry. That did not stop her from persevering in her request. She knew that even the least of us can receive mercy. 

Today, we may complain when God tells us “no” or “wait”. We may chafe when others receive blessings we desire. Yet, just as the Lord met this woman's need with a miracle, He reminds us to trust Him when His answers are not what we want. What we want and what we need may be very different, and what we need most of all may be a lesson in humility.

Insight: For what request have you been waiting while others are blessed instead? Trust God to provide for your true needs in his perfect time.

Please feel free to use this devotional to send on to your friends or share with your church fellowship and Bible study groups.

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Michael D. Inman

- "Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing." John Stuart Mill, 1867
- "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Thomas Jefferson
- "If the First Amendment fails, use the Second one."

I have a "rip-roaring" head cold! Sorry no devotionals, feel too bad to try for now. maybe a little later on in the week.
Please feel free to use this devotional to send on to your friends or share with your church fellowship and Bible study groups.

We are in urgent need of Prayer and financial partners,
If you would like to become a prayer partner and or a financial partner with monthly or one time gifts.
A freewill offering to Restoration Ministry may be made via PayPal at our web site:    http://www.rollanet.org/~restore/donations.htm

Michael D. Inman

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