Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Tuesday's with Jesus #114

#114 "Would You Rather Be Anywhere Else?"
September 25, 2007
"Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere." (Psalm 84: 10 NIV)
When asked how much time he spent in prayer, George Muller's (Christian evangelist and coordinator of orphanages in Bristol, England) reply was, "Hours every day. But I live in the spirit of prayer. I pray as I walk and when I lie down and when I arise. And the answers are always coming." (Unknown Source)
I have to admit that my prayer life has been something like Mr. Muller's. And there's nothing wrong with that. We must live in a "spirit of prayer", all day...every day. I pray as I'm doing my housework. I pray while I'm showering and putting my makeup on. I pray as I'm carrying out the everyday responsibilities of my life. I suppose you could call me a praying person. And it's worked..."the answers are always coming". But lately I've felt that it is not enough and dare I say, it may even be unpleasing to God? Let me explain...
Suppose your spouse, or your child, or your best friend always talked to you while they were on the move. Suppose they never sat down and looked you in the eye. Yes, they're communicating with you...having conversation, but all the while they're doing something else. How would you feel?  Wouldn't you just want to say, "Sit down a minute. Stop moving. Look at me!?" I tried to imagine how I would feel if Chuck did that to me. Consistently, every time we had a conversation. I wouldn't appreciate it very much and I sure wouldn't feel like he thought I was very important. Do you think that maybe God feels the same way?
Our Father in Heaven wants to know that we reverence Him. That He is important to us. Important enough to spend undivided, one on one time with Him in prayer and fellowship. I felt this in such a strong way this past weekend. I believe that by His Holy Spirit, Christ was calling me away. Away to a time of blessed communion with Him and Him alone. I responded to the call early. Before the traffic noise picked up and the stuff of life had a chance to interfere. I picked up my coffee and my Bible and headed outside to my patio as soon as it was light enough to see. I didn't take my study books or my laptop. I promised not to look for passages to preach on or material to write messages from.  I needed to talk to Him and He had so many things to say to me. We had a sweet and sacred time together. So much so that I decided to skip church on Sunday and do it again. I was being selfish by not wanting to be with other believers but I just couldn't get enough of spending time with my Savior. Just me and Him. I wanted no one else to interfere or interrupt. It was so worth it!
Not coincidentally, I found myself in Psalm 84. The psalmist shares his intense longings, which are about to be satisfied. His whole being yearns for fellowship with God. He even envies the birds that live in the temple precincts. He sings that his soul yearns, even faints for the courts of the Lord. His heart and his flesh cry out for the living God. He bursts forth the statement that one day in the courts of the Lord are better than a thousand anywhere else! He was yearning for time in the temple to pray to the Lord. To yearn for the temple meant to long for the living God Himself. In that day people could approach God through the temple priests. Today, in Christ, we don't have to go to the temple. We don't have to be represented by the temple priest. Today, "we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus...and since we have a great high priest over the house of God, [we can] draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith." (Hebrews 10: 19, 22) Hallelujah!!
I realized that there was no place on earth that I would rather be. And I know that my Abba Father felt the same way. He had my undivided attention. We laughed, we cried and He overwhelmed me with His love. He withheld no good thing from my tired heart. Abraham Lincoln is quoted as saying, "I have been driven many times to my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. My own wisdom, and that of all about me seemed insufficient for the day." Not only is there no place I'd rather be...there is nowhere else to go! Nowhere else that is worthwhile anyway. Nowhere else that will provide that sufficiency for the day.
Lest you think I'm trying to appear holy, let me tell you that I blew it this morning. I woke up and followed my mind rather than my heart. I let my day begin by entertaining all of the whirlings of my intellect about the day ahead. I could almost hear my Father saying, "What happened? I was hoping we could meet again this morning. I have more to tell you." I acknowledged what I had done and asked for forgiveness. And you know what? Because of God's unfailing forgiveness and faithfulness, tomorrow's another day!
I'll leave you with this quote from C.S. Lewis. "The moment you wake up each morning, all your wishes and hopes for the day rush at you like wild animals. And the first job each morning consists in shoving it all back; in listening to that other voice, taking that other point of view, letting that other, larger, stronger, quieter life come flowing in." That other Voice is calling your name. Won't you drop all else and spend some precious time with Him? You will find that there truly is no place else you'd rather be! Better is one day in His courts than thousands elsewhere.
Donna Schultz
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Sunday, September 23, 2007

"Living The Word Ministries" Online

September 23, 2007
My dearest friends,
I am so excited to let you know that "Living The Word Ministries" is now online. Our new web site has been officially launched! We have endured many months of laughter, tears and frustration but I believe that we have a web site that will bring glory to God and be a place for you to grow in your walk with Christ.
I don't intend for the site to be static. Please check back often for news and updates as the scope of "Living The Word Ministries" grows and thrives. We would love to receive your prayer requests and testimonies of what God is doing in your life and through the ministry. I can't wait to hear from you!
I promise to pray for all of the friends and partners of the ministry and I ask that you would pray for me, as God continues to enlarge my territory and stretch my gifts.  He is an awesome God and is doing awesome works for His glory! It is my honor to serve Him and each one of you. 
The website address is www.livingthewordministries.org
Love you,

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Tuesday's with Jesus #113

#113 "Seasoned"
September 18, 2007
"There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven:"  "He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men; yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end. I know that there is nothing better for men than to be happy and do good while they live. That everyone may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in all his toil--this is the gift of God." (Ecclesiastes 3: 1, 11-13)
I'm writing this on my backyard patio today. The air is a little cool but the sun is shining and it's an awesome day. It's not quite fall yet, but it really is beginning to feel like it. That's the thing that I love about Michigan. We experience the warm summer sun on our faces. We see the newness of spring flowers budding and birds returning to their nests. We savor the taste of fresh apple cider and warm donuts amidst the falling leaves in autumn. We also brace ourselves each year for the harshness of winter. 
I haven't been out here much this summer. I regret that because I feel closest to God when I am experiencing His creation. I've always been the kind that even with the noise of traffic, has been able to pick out the bird singing in the yard and hear the wind blowing softly through the trees. Maybe it comes from being a mother of four and perfecting the art of tuning out the noise. But as I look across the landscape and see the early afternoon sun streaming through the trees, I can recall life in this backyard over the years. Memories of birthday celebrations and graduation parties. Fathers Day when we were all waiting to eat our meal and Chuck put his new grill together backwards. It had to be taken apart and put back together again before we could eat. What a hoot! My oldest daughter's wedding shower. I also remember being out here and having heart to heart discussions with Chuck, one of which was especially painful because the situation was threatening our marriage. This yard is full of memories. Memories of the seasons of life.
There is a song in the musical "Rent", called "The Seasons of Life". It has never been a particular favorite of mine because it's been sung ad nauseum in so many school choir concerts that I've attended over the years. But the words to the song resonate with me today. The lyrics ask us about how we measure our lives. "In daylights, in sunsets, in midnights. In cups of coffee, in inches, in miles, in laughter, in strife. Seasons of love. Journeys to plan. In truths that are learned. In times that we cry. In bridges we burn or in how people died." It tells us to "remember the love, a gift from above. Measure your life in love." As it is in the natural realm, so it is in the spiritual realm. As surely as the seasons change, we experience seasons in our own lives.
Wise Solomon wrote about the seasons of life as well. He tells us that there is "a time for everything". The word "time" is "zeman" in the Hebrew language and it means a season. In Ecclesiastes, chapter 3, he reveals to us that all of life, including human activity is part of a determined cycle. Everything in nature and in human life is under a set scheme. There is a season and a time for all that takes place under the sun. He speaks of fourteen polar opposite situations that are all a part of life. Births and deaths. War and peace. Feelings of gladness and things that cause us to mourn. Things that are lost and things that are found. In summary, the seasons of life.
A season is a time characterized by a particular circumstance or feature. It is an appointed period and a predetermined occurence. Solomon clears our vision toward the total sweep of life. Our limited human minds can never solve all of the seeming paradoxes of life. God has given man reasoning power, but He has not given him enough to unravel all of the mysteries of life. But in verse 11, he does assure us that God "has made everything beautiful in its time." And it is all beautiful and appropriate and proper even though we "cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end."
Am I sensing a nod of the head from you? You're thinking, "Man...that's me. I can't fathom what God is doing in my life. It just doesn't make sense." Or maybe you're experiencing the first breath of spring and the lazy days of summer, but you sure can remember the chill of the harsh winter winds blowing across the landscape of your days. Can I tell you something? Each season is common to man! We've all been there. We've all experienced each season many times in our lives. And as sure as the seasons change in the natural...they will keep changing in the spiritual and in our lives on planet Earth until the Lord calls us home.
But let's look at the other meaning of the word "season", the verb form. To season something means "to give it more flavor or zest by adding something to it". We "season" wood or a skillet so as to "prepare it for use." Wow! I don't know if that hits you the way it hits me, but seasoning has its purpose. Dare I say that we go through "seasons" in order to be "seasoned"! The things that we go through in life are adding something to us. And they are preparing us for use...the Master's use!
I have personally come out of a very hard season in my life. Though in the natural it was spring and summer, there were days of winter that lasted longer than I ever would have agreed to in my flesh. But I know that my Master is continually preparing me for His use. And I so want to be used by Him for His glory. So I endure those seasons. My prayer is that I won't just endure them, but that I will endure them well! Is that your prayer? You may be feeling the cold, harsh winter in your soul right now. Things in your life may be dying like the autumn leaves. But just as spring always follows winter, you will see the buds of new life appear. You will hear the birds singing their songs to one another, smell the fresh air and feel the sunshine on your face once again.
Solomon sums it all up for us by saying, "I know that there is nothing better for men than to be happy and do good (enjoy themselves) while they live. That everyone may eat and drink, and find satisfaction in all his toil--this is the gift of God."  After searching for contentment and happiness in every possible way, he sums up the whole matter for us in the concluding verses of Ecclesiastes. Look with me..."Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of man." (Eccl. 12:13) What I believe he's saying is that we should enjoy our lot in life in the fear of God. Apart from that life is meaningless. Be content to leave the enigmas of life in God's hands. Serve Him acceptably and enjoy life as He enables. In whatever season you're in.
Psalm 104: 19, says that "the moon marks off the seasons, and the sun knows when to go down." Logic would tell us that if God has the moon in His capable hands marking off the seasons, that His hands are just as capable in marking off the seasons of your life. Remember, just as it is in the natural, it is in the spiritual. If you're enjoying spring and summer right now in your life, don't be deceived into thinking that it will last forever. Drink deeply from the Living Water of Christ Jesus today, so that you'll be prepared when the winter season comes. And it will. And to you who are enduring the icy winds of winter, remember that you're being seasoned. When the season changes, and it will, you will be prepared for the Master's use. And I suspect that you wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
Donna Schultz
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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Living the Word Ministries Update

September 12, 2007
To all of my precious friends and partners:
First of all Thank You, Thank You, Thank You! Your kind words in person and by e-mail have been such an encouragement to me since we first announced the birth of Living The Word Ministries. Please know how dear you are to my heart and how I thank God for each and every one of you. Your offers to help and committments to pray for me and the ministry are so treasured.
Excitement is in the air because the new web site is due to launch in just a couple of weeks. It looks great!! I am praying that it will be such a blessing to you and to all those who visit us via the web. I hope that it will become a regular stop for you in your surfing and that we will be able to connect through prayer, testimonies and our communion as brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ.  I would be honored to serve you in any way that I am able. The Word of God will come alive and spur you on in your daily walk with our living Savior.
We have been really busy for the last few weeks making sure that Living The Word Ministries will be excellent and bring glory to God. This is an ongoing committment that we make to you. Besides working on the web site, I am spending my days writing and preparing for the messages that I preach. This week I am beginning a new Bible study that I will teach at my local church. Things seem to be exploding right now and more and more opportunities are being opened.
I will have the awesome privilege to be the speaker at the 2007 Women's Conference at Hope Community Church in Detroit. The theme for the day is "One Day With The King"...(Changes Everything). Be sure to check out the attached information and consider joining us as we seek the King of Kings.
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Would you continue to pray for me and for Living The Word Ministries? Pray that as opportunities become more plentiful, that I will keep my focus on Christ and continue to cultivate my personal relationship with Him. I do not ever want to work for the Lord so much that it is at the expense of my relationship with Him. I ask that you keep my family in your prayers as well. I promise to pray for you and yours too!
I love you guys!!

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Tuesday's with Jesus #112

#112 "Mission: Demolition"
September 11, 2007
"For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ." (2 Corinthians 10: 3-5)
As I write this today, war is still on in the Middle East. True to biblical prophecy, our world is full of wars and rumors of wars. But are you aware that there is a war on in your life today?  Well, just in case your head is in the sand, let me assure you that there is a war. The enemy is Satan. The battlefield is your mind. Your enemy has conquered some territory in his quest for victory and has erected some strongholds right on your property.
If we are to demolish strongholds, let's first of all define what they are. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, a stronghold is a fortified place, a place of security or survival. Satan is comfy cozy in that hard, unbending place that you may have allowed him to erect on the battlefield of your mind. He's sipping his lemonade, all secure and happy, because he has dominion in a stronghold, not God. In Old Testament times, a stronghold was a fortified dwelling used as a means of protection from an enemy. They were physical structures that were very difficult to assault. They were usually in caves high on a mountain side. It took violent counter attacks to bring them down. This battle is not for wimps. It's not just a skirmish or a disagreement. This is out and out war. The only way to win is violent demolition of the strongholds of the enemy. Mission: Demolition.
Demolition of strongholds is not for the faint of heart. Demolition is destruction. It is putting an end to, exploding, laying waste to, utterly ruining and completely devouring the enemy's hold on your mind. Looking over a few different versions of the Bible gave me insight into just what we want to destroy. What are the strongholds that need to be demolished? In our text from the NIV, we are given the definition of exactly what a stronghold is. Verse 5 says, that they are "arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God." The KJV calls them "imaginations and high things that exalt themselves against the knowledge of God". I love this next one. The Message calls our strongholds "loose thoughts and emotions and impulses." You know that saying, "It's all in your mind." Well, sadly.....the strongholds of the devil are in your mind. Plain and simple.
Strongholds can be addictions. They can be habits or compulsive behaviors. Things that are so entrenched in your mind,  and with roots that grow so deep. The enemy hold could be in an area of sin. Maybe it's bitterness or anger. Maybe it's long standing prejudice. Do you feel unworthy of anything good ever coming your way?. You're too far gone to change? You don't deserve mercy or grace or forgiveness? That's a stronghold. Are you confident in your low self-esteem? Do you feel that the only way to be accepted is by people pleasing? Stronghold again, my dear friend! Has a past history of abuse of some kind set up it's place in your mind, causing you to live with a victim mentality? These are just a few examples and you will need to put your hard hat on and ask God to help you discover just what it is in your mind that has become a stronghold. That particular something that you need to demolish.
Since the war is in your mind, it would seem logical that the battle strategy would be to take your thoughts back. We know that our thinking determines our behavior. What we believe governs how we act. Proverbs 23: 7 tells us that "as a man thinks within himself, so he is." Where the mind goes....the man follows. The Bible tells us that we must "cast these thoughts down" (KJV). "We must fit every loose thought and emotion and impulse into the structure of life shaped by Christ" (The Message). The NIV says to "take captive every THOUGHT to make it obedient to Christ." And we can't do it the way the world does it. Remember? "The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but are mighty in God for the pulling down of strongholds." Notice...mighty IN GOD. The Amplified Bible says not to use "mere human weapons." Our best efforts won't do it. But the weapons that we have in Christ have "divine power". 
The weapons of our warfare are the Word of God, the blood of Christ and the Name of Christ. We need not put any confidence in human methods. That's a stronghold again. Our confidence must be in the Word, the Blood and the Name. Our own minds can't be used to defend ourselves against the outside opposition of the enemy. We must be transformed by the renewing of our minds (Romans 12:2). We must be made new in the attitude of our minds (Ephesians 4: 23). And the only way to do this is by implementing what I call the "Replacement Theory". Replace your own thoughts with God's thoughts.  When was the last time that you made a determined effort to study and memorize the Word of God? To find out what He has to say about you? To find out who you are in His eyes? To examine what Christ has to say about your own personal situations and problems and how to handle them...His way? God's Word is alive. It accomplishes what it is sent to do....always and every time! But for the Word to work, you have to work. Work at reading it, studying it, memorizing it. Speak it aloud out of your mouth when the enemy tells you another lie about yourself or about your problem.
Revelation 12: 11 says that Satan is overcome by "the blood of the Lamb and by the word of [our] testimony." That's two direct hits to the enemy camp. I can just hear the accuser of the brethren and his minions screaming now. The final blow is the Name of Christ. The Name saves (Acts 2:21; 4:12). The Name heals (Acts 4:10). The Name of Jesus Christ subjects everything....every demon, every devil, every problem, every circumstance. Every illness, every broken place, every bondage, every addiction. The Name brings all things in subjection to Him (Philippians 2: 9-10). Pray in the glorious and matchless name of Jesus Christ.
The battle rages on. Your mind is the battlefield and your enemy is Satan. Messing with your thoughts is his favorite battle strategy. Understand who your enemy is. Know that he is out to steal, kill and destroy you. Do not let him outwit you in the battle. He'll only outwit you if you are unaware of his schemes (see 2 Cor 2: 11). I've heard it said that knowledge is power. You know the truth, deep down. And Jesus said that the Truth will set you free. You have your weapons...the Word, the Blood and the Name. Psalm 27: 1 says, "The Lord is the stronghold of my life--of whom shall I be afraid?" Don't be afraid. Head out and demolish those enemy strongholds. I can hear the victory chants off in the distance. Mission: Demolition : Successful! Hail to our Commanding Officer!
Donna Schultz
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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Tuesday's with Jesus #111

#111 "Doubting [Insert Your Name Here]"
September 4, 2007
"Then He said to Thomas, "Put your finger here; see my hands. Reach out your hand and put it into my side. Stop doubting and believe." Thomas said to Him, "My Lord and my God!"" (John 20: 27-28)
For the last eight weeks, I had been waiting to go for a repeat ultrasound of the pelvis. On the last examination, something was found on my ovary. My doc wasn't so concerned, but she wanted the ultasound repeated in six to eight weeks. Needless to say this was just one more of the ways that my enemy picked up on right quick to pick at me for a month and a half. I've had my share of colds and flu and your normal, run of the mill illnesses. But this was different. This could be serious. I have heard my share of testimonies about going back for tests and miraculously the tests were negative. Tumors were gone. X-rays were clear. All to the glory of God. It had never happened to me, so I couldn't so much relate. I don't ever want you to think that I'm Susie Super Christian, so let me be very transparent and honest with you....I was scared. I confessed my healing Scriptures. I prayed. I believed. "Oh, Lord, help my unbelief!"  I can relate to Thomas.
For whatever reason, he wasn't there when Jesus appeared to the other disciples. When he came back, they told him, "We have seen the Lord!" In the Greek, the translation of this word "seen" that I like is "to experience". They had "experienced" the Lord. There it is. It's so clear...I hope you see it with me. Those other disciples had an experience that Thomas didn't have and he couldn't believe. Just like me...others have experienced Christ as Healer and the author of the clear medical report. But I never have. I just kept confessing, praying and believing..."help my unbelief!"
What about you? Have others experienced Christ in a way that you never have? Have they had experiences in Him that you just can't relate to? You hear about checks arriving miraculously in the mail, bags of groceries on people's front porches, gifts from the Provider Himself. But you've never seen them. You, like me, have heard the healing stories, gifts from the Healer Himself. But again, you haven't seen it. You've seen families that were broken apart, healed and restored to wholeness. Children saved. Husbands or wives serving Christ. But you....well. You just can't believe it's for you, can you? Are you like Thomas saying, "Unless I see ... I will not believe it."
Thomas wasn't convinced. He wanted bodily, in the flesh proof. He wanted to see and touch Jesus for himself. I needed that personal touch from Christ. You may need that same touch in the circumstance that you're walking in today. Well, I've got good news for you. You are so important to God that He will come for just one. For you! Lift up your head, beloved. Don't sulk. Don't be discouraged and think that all those experiences you've heard about are for everyone else and not you. Jesus came back for Thomas. And He will come for you!
It took Jesus eight days to return. It may be eight hours, eight days, eight months....but He will show up and give you that personal touch and that personal experience. He wants you to know Him in a whole new way. And He wants that so badly that He will come back just for you. Jesus told Thomas, "Stop your unbelief." (Amplified Bible) "Don't be faithless any longer. Believe!" (The Message). Again, looking at the Greek meaning of "believe" because it's just so rich.....it means to have faith in a person. I love this part....to credit someone. Jesus is saying (my paraphrase)...."Give me some credit here."  Thomas was just not going to believe anymore. He was hiding and running with the rest of them like escapees after the death of Jesus. He got hooked once and he wasn't going to get hooked into believing again. But seeing was believing! And see He did. Jesus showed him His hands and His side and Thomas bursts out a mighty declaration of faith, "My Lord and my God!" That's what the personal revelation of Jesus will do for you.
Can you just imagine Thomas....from doubt to belief in a New York second. Maybe somewhat ashamed of his unbelief, but it didn't matter anymore. Jesus was there. He was alive. Right in front of his eyes. I also imagine Jesus smiling at Thomas. "Silly, silly boy...why were you so afraid? Why didn't you trust Me? Now you see with your own eyes, so you believe, but "blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed."" I don't know who is reading this right now, but that promise is for you. You may not see anything right now. You may not be able to see the forest for the trees. But you are blessed if you believe anyway! 
Late Friday afternoon my doc called and said, "It's gone!" I replied, "What did you say?" She said, "It's gone!" The ultrasound was clear. Whatever the thing was on my ovary....it was gone!  Doubting Donna said, "My Lord and my God!"  Too bad for my first century brother who would coin the phrase "Doubting Thomas" for years to come. But who am I to cast stones?  Can I tell you something, my friend? I can now say that Jesus is my Healer. I have learned throughout my life that He is my Provider. He is my Deliverer. He is my Strong Tower. He is my Refuge, my Fortress and my Strength. He is my Protector from my enemies.  And so, so , much more. But I would know none of that if it weren't for the experiences and circumstances that I have endured. Let Him show you just who He is to you. Believe. Even if you can't see an inch in front of you. He is all that He claims to be. You will see it with your own eyes. And the experience is so much sweeter and more precious when it's your own experience, not someone elses. He'll make sure of that. He will come back and show you. Even if it's just you that needs showing. He loves you that much!
Donna Schultz
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