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A Strange Question

A gentile centurion came to Jesus to request healing for his servant. Jesus eagerly responded, "I will come and heal him." "The centurion answered and said, Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldest come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall be healed."

Jesus was so impressed that He said to the Jews standing around, "I have not found so great faith, no, not in Israel." Try to imagine the setting. The Jews regarded themselves as spiritually superior to all other people. As far as they could see, which wasn't very far, they alone were favored of God, they alone would find a welcomed  entrance into the kingdom of God. Gentiles were regarded with contempt and were expected to be lost...  So what must the atmosphere have been like when Jesus declared that this Gentile centurion had greater faith than He had witnessed in any Jew? Tense, to say the least. But that was nothing compared to what Jesus said next:

And I say unto you, that many shall come from the east and west, and shall sit down with Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven. Luke?s gospel adds, from the north, and from the south...  And, behold, there are last which shall be first, and there are first which shall be last - Luke 13:29, 30.

On resurrection morning the vast, numberless throng of redeemed humanity will be composed of people who will know the meaning of the scars on the Savior's hands, and of those who will need to ask.
 

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Why Is It So Hard

I've noticed that I become more energized when I resurrect an old offense and tell someone who hasn't heard the story of how it happened and the pain it's caused me. We get a dark comfort by holding on to our victim status, by seeking pity in which we can wallow, by taking the stage to relive an old hurt. When we've had weeks, or months, or years of practice, it feels normal to keep our old hurts alive. But doing so locks us into the past, preventing us from moving freely into the future. We become perpetual victims and give up the opportunity to try a different road.

We mustn't live in the past or find our greatest comfort in reciting our pains and regrets. Forgiving enables us to close the door on the past and to take a new road, a new focus and purpose.

 

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Son of Man

Much of the New Testament makes no sense unless Daniel's visions are taken into account.

The key figure in Daniel bears the title, "the Son of Man," which was the title Jesus used for Himself more than any other - more than 90 times in the four Gospels. By repeatedly calling Himself "the Son of Man" - all the while living out the principles of the new kingdom He came to establish - Jesus was specifically identifying Himself as the cryptic personage who, in Daniel's visions, overturns all the power structures of our world and establishes a completely new arrangement of the world.

If we fail to read the New Testament against the backdrop Daniel erects for us, we will inevitably reduce the gospel to a self-centered concern for personal salvation and a postmortem heavenly home.

 

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The Final Season

As the conquest of the Promised Land reached its conclusion, Joshua, also at the end of his life and career, challenged the people: "But if you don't want to worship the Lord, then choose right now!  Will you worship the same idols your ancestors did? Or since you're living on land that once belonged to the Amorites, maybe you'll worship their gods.  I won't. My family and I are going to worship and obey the Lord!" - Joshua 24:15 CEV

His message,  was a message of hearth and home - a challenge to leave the ordinary and turn toward God. His call to the Israelites, God's chosen people, was to become spiritual Israel. We hear the same call today; it is a call to worship God and join spiritual Israel with all our hearts.

 

 

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What Have They Seen In Your House

Kind words, pleasant looks, a cheerful countenance, throw a charm around the Christian that makes his influence almost irresistible. This is a way to gain respect, and extend the sphere of usefulness, which costs but little. It is the religion of Christ in the heart that causes the words issuing therefrom to be gentle and the demeanor condescending, even to those in the humblest walks of life. A blustering, faultfinding, overbearing man is not a Christian; for to be a Christian is to be Christlike. . . .  - Our High Calling, p. 238.
 

 

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Romans - God's Firstborn Son

 On Bible Study - Our problem is, we see verses and words when we ought to see the story that gives the verses and words their meaning. We see isolated lines of information when we ought to see characters and themes moving toward a cohesive endgoal. We see detached pieces of data from which we construct theological arguments when we ought to see a big and beautiful story that interprets itself without us making stuff up and imposing it on the story.

The truth of the Bible belongs only to those who read the whole book. Everyone else is destined for confusion and theological weirdness. Those who merely parse words and compile verses will inevitably miss the point of Scripture and formulate false doctrines that are out of sync with its grand plot line.
 

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Jesus and I are Friends

The world owes much to the friends of Jesus. In all ages they have lifted up the Redeemer of the world that He might draw all to Himself. Their lives have demonstrated His power to save from sin; their faithful service has helped to interpret to the world the love of the sinner's Friend. The world's greatest need today is the need of  Christians who can say truly, "Jesus and I are friends."

Jesus is the highest interpretation of unselfishness, and the more we associate with Him, the more we shall be like Him. Our friendship will result in a life of unselfish service, for "He lived to bless others."   As Raphael admired and studied and believed in Michelangelo and thus partook of his genius, so we may cling to Christ and love and serve Him and thus become like Him. In time, we shall be able to say with Paul, "Nevertheless I live, yet not I, but Christ liveth in me," and that will be living the life that counts.
 

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Impacting Prayers

I want to pray like that. Impacting prayers. Prayers that make a real difference in the world.  How can we pray in a way that changes things?

First, pray honestly. Don?t try to ?look good? in front of God. He already knows all about you. He knows your bitterness, shame, anger, doubt, etc. He knows your heart? better than you do. Yet He waits for you to completely surrender to Him. Don?t worry about praying the right way or the right words. Just pray. Talk to God like you?re talking
to a friend. Then surrender completely.

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The Second Coming

What an incredible God! This is the most powerful Being in the universe and yet He refuses to overpower us. He does not want a master-servant relationship with us but rather a husband-wife relationship. In other words, He wants voluntary love to be the motivating power that defines our relationship with Him.  God pledges Himself to be our faithful spiritual Husband.

"I will betroth you to Me forever; Yes, I will betroth you to Me In righteousness and justice,  In lovingkindness and mercy; I will betroth you to Me in faithfulness, And you shall know the Lord."   - Hosea 2: 19,20.

Jesus came to our world to fulfill this prophecy. Standing before us with the promise of unwavering faithfulness, He offers Himself to us for an eternal union that will never be broken.

 

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Romans - God's Firstborn Son

Having reminded us of the old man, Adam, and introduced to us the new man, Jesus, Paul then invites us to identify with the new man through the symbolic act of baptism

Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death? Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life. - Romans 6:3-4

The Christ event - His life, death, burial, and resurrection - was enacted for us, in our stead, to the end that we would be reincorporated into the Sonship position Jesus forged out for us. When we are baptized, we are essentially saying we have disavowed our first birth in the lineage of the first Adam and relocated our identity in the second Adam, Jesus Christ. You will recall that this is precisely what Jesus taught in John 3  "You must be born again." In other words, you must be reestablished in your Sonship position by breaking ranks with Adam and taking up your new identity in Christ.

 

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Season of Witnessing

Everyone in the family needs to appreciate that the home is the most important mission field in the world. At the same time, they must also learn that it is not the only mission field. Having learned and practiced mission and service at home, family members can then witness to others outside the home.

People do not need to see a perfect family; they are most impressed by an authentic one where love, kindness, and commitment fragrance the entire family unit.
 

 

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Families of Faith

If we thought and talked more of Jesus, and less of ourselves, we should have much more of His presence. If we abide in Him, we shall be so filled with peace, faith, and courage, and shall have so victorious an experience to relate when we come to meeting, that others will be refreshed by our clear, strong testimony for God. These precious acknowledgements to the praise of the glory of His grace, when supported by a Christlike life, have an irresistible power, which works for the salvation of souls. - Lift Him Up, p. 249

 

 

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