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The Blessed Hope

My father taught me lessons from observing the oxen he had in Cuba. From him I learned the key to not feeling overly burdened when committed to helping others face their struggles and pain. A good pair of oxen is composed of a weaker or younger one and an older or stronger ox. The way in which the yoke is set up - with its adjustments of iron, wood, or leather - tells you which ox is pulling the main part of the burden.

Jesus used the figure of the yoke to refer to the load that He is willing to bear. He always carries the heaviest weight, because He is the strongest. That is why Jesus said, 'Take up my yoke upon you, and learn from me, for I am meek and humble in heart; and ye shall find rest to your souls; for my yoke is easy, and my burden is light?' " (Matthew 11:29, 30, YLT).


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An Open Letter to the Proverbs 31 Woman

Hello, pure and perfect lady of matchless, unmarred character. It's time you and I had a little heart-to-heart chat. See, there's this crowning tribute written about you in the very last chapter of Proverbs...

Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all (verse 29). I'm sorry, but honestly! This is why people don't like you.

Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised (verse 30). In the end, none of your scarlet-wearing, vineyard-planting, flax-weaving ways are going to matter - hate to break it to you. What matters most, and this means above all, is the fear and honor of the Lord. We lean on our toolboxes of charms far too often. Every day, that mirror affirms how fleeting beauty truly is. But the fear of the Lord - that's something that can't be taken away, that's something worth working for.

You've got this figured out.


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I Make All Things New

Christ's bride is ready for the wedding. She is arrayed in fine linen, bright and clean (verse 8). Her clothing contrasts sharply with the lavish purple and scarlet dress adorning the prostitute Babylon (Revelation 17:4). God's people have kept themselves undefiled from the impurity of Babylon and are totally faithful to Christ. Now they partake in the Lamb's wedding supper.

The clothing of Christ's bride represents the righteous deeds of the saints  (Revelation 19:8). This does not mean, however, that God's people are to wear their own deeds. The text states that the bride was given bright and clean linen to dress in, representing the righteous deeds (verse 8). Elsewhere in Revelation, Christ supplies the robes of God's people (Revelation 3:18; 6:11), which are washed in the Lamb's blood (Revelation 7:14; 22:14).


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Judgement on Babylon

The end is near. The children of light are to work with earnest, persevering zeal to lead others to prepare for the great event before us, that they may be able to resist the enemy because they have allowed the Holy Spirit to work upon their hearts. New and strange things will continually arise to lead God's people into false excitement, religious revivals, and curious developments. Let them keep advancing, with their eyes fixed alone upon the Light and Life of the world. Know that everything that is called light and truth in the Word of God is light and truth, an emanation from divine wisdom, not an imitation of Satan's subtle arts. The light of God's wisdom will be to every true, steadfast, contrite soul as a lamp to his feet.    Letter 45, 1899


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The Leader God Seeks

Have you ever thought that God too is seeking leaders through whom He can work to bring hope and the good news to a panicked and terrified planet? Maybe you are saying, don't look at me Lord! But if you are a Christian, you are a leader. Part of our leadership responsibility is to use our influence to lead others to follow and trust Jesus.

Do you feel a little overwhelmed...? Don't despair! God is eager to help you. His eye roams through the earth looking for people - just like you - through whom He can accomplish His compassionate purposes. If you long to influence people within your particular family or community context to know, understand, and love God, He will hone your leadership skills.

And remember, God doesn't always call the qualified, but He is always willing to qualify the called!

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The Problem of Pain and Suffering

The Cross of Christ taught us that the God of the Bible understands our pain, and that He is on our side to restore all things. While other religious philosophers teach humankind to begin working hard and exerting effort to reach God, Christianity teaches an all-powerful God who saved us by descending to earth and suffering our pains, providing a solution to the pain problem. Believe in Him. He understands. He heals.

Someone once said, ?Peace is not the absence of problems, but the presence of God in the middle of them.? Let?s make today the day we analyze and understand how to react and move forward when problems come close to our lives and our families. The great reality of problems and blessings is that both come unannounced. Let?s find the solutions together.

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Faith and Religious Practice

Her strength was at its limit, and the shoving was more than she could withstand; somebody bumped her unaware, and she fell to the ground. Jesus was now within arm's length, so she reached out toward His passing figure. The thought flashed through her mind: If I can only touch the hem of His garment, something wonderful will happen! So placing all her strength in that last effort, she stretched out her hand until she touched the Master's garment.

Then the miracle occurred. She instantly knew deep inside that she was healed, and it felt more wonderful than words could describe! There was perfect comfort where a moment before the ever-present pain had held her in its grip. She sat there reveling in gratitude and joy. Now the crowd had stopped, and Jesus turned and extended His hand to her and helped her to her feet. That hand was an invitation to the beginning of a new life with a promise of fulfillment and happiness for all her future years.

Jesus had given life to her dreams.

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Camera Roll

I am reminded of a poem my good friend Kate wrote. The poem compared marriage to a stained glass window - so many happy, shining, colorful moments, and yet between them can be found such harsh, rough darkness. The poem ended by posing the question, What is more important in stained glass - bright light beaming through brilliant colors, or dark mortar melding, welding all into one?

So much of my Christian walk has followed this same stained glass pattern. There have been shining moments, for sure - mountain top experiences where I saw the hand of God, felt the Lord's unmistakable leading,... What I have a lot more of are ordinary days. So many bland, habitual times - going to church week after week, blessing the food and family devotions, fighting for just a little time to daily talk with God. But I have come to believe that these humble habits are the mortar of my faith. I won't be doing any foundational building of my faith during a crises, because I'll likely be barely holding on at all during that time. But I will be holding on regardless, precisely because I took the time to strengthen my faith before the challenge came.


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Connecting With the Story

A story does not endure the test of time unless the listeners find themselves within the story. This is why biblical narratives have lasted for thousands of years and why they are still relevant for our lives today.

Many years ago the story of Sarah (Mrs. Abraham) took on personal meaning when God used her life to teach me a valuable lesson. One morning during my worship time, the thought came, "You are like Sarah." That unexpected and surprising thought drove me to study her story more deeply. In the process, I learned to appreciate her life as God showed me things that she and I hold in common.

God revealed that answering my own prayers is not in my job description. I am to wait for Him, trusting He will answer my prayers to the best of my good as well as in His perfect timing. Over the years, Sarah's story has remained with me as a strong reminder that God is in charge of everything and I need to allow Him control of my life.

What Bible story or character do you most relate to?


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Judgement on Babylon

Two groups are specified as being seduced by Babylon in the final crisis. The first are the kings of the earth, portrayed as committing adultery with the prostitute Babylon (Revelation 17:2). The second group mentioned are those who dwell on the earth, who are spiritually drunk with the wine of Babylon?s immorality (Revelation 17:2, 8; cf. Revelation 14:8). This is the general populace? not the world?s leaders. While the world?s leaders commit adultery with the prostitute Babylon, the rest of earth?s people are intoxicated by her deceptive teachings and activities, enticing them to worship the beast (Revelation 14:8; 18:3). When people are drunk, they do not think soberly and realize too late the nature of their bad decisions and actions.

Both groups are equally deceived and have put themselves under the control of Babylon for political and economic benefit. Revelation tells us that the world will once again be united at the time of the end and religion will dominate in the way it did during the Middle Ages. The time will come when the world?s people will realize their bad choices and turn against Babylon; but just the same, it will be too late.

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The Seven Last Plagues

Yes, His servants may safely trust in Him alone, without fear, looking unto Jesus, pressing on in obedience to His requirements, leaving everything that is joined to the world, whether the world opposes or favors. Their success comes from God, and they will not fail because they have not the wealth and influence of wicked men. If they fail, it will be because they do not obey the Lord's requirements, and the Holy Spirit is not with them....

Our only safety is in being joined to the Lord Jesus Christ. We can afford to lose the freindship of worldly men. Those who join themselves to worldly men, that they may carry out the unsanctified purposes, make a fearful mistake; for they forfeit the favor and blessing of God.    This Day With God  p. 354

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The Problem of Pain and Suffering

I am not always in agreement with what happens to me, but I have hope in the One who is within me.

The key is having faith even though __________ happens. Death happens. Separation from loved ones happens. Divorce happens. Cancer happens. Losing your job happens. Very rarely are you able to control what happens to you, but you can decide how you react. Instead of running far away from God when there is pain, you run to Him. He is big enough to hold all your tears, pain, and anger. You do not have to suffer alone. Nothing can separate you from His love.

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