Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Tuesday's with Jesus #136

#136 "What Will You Do With Him?"
February 26, 2008
"But the chief priests and the elders persuaded the crowd to ask for Barabbas and to have Jesus executed. "Which of the two do you want me to release to you?" asked the governor. "Barabbas," they answered. "What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called Christ?" Pilate asked. They all answered, "Crucify him!"  (Matthew 27:20-22)
The date was Friday, April 3, AD 33. The time was somewhere between 5AM and 6AM. Pilate, the Roman governor was already awake and at work so that he could get his business done by ten or eleven that morning. The bound Jesus was brought to the praetorium, the palace of the governor, near the Jaffa gate. The Jews wouldn't enter the palace because the Bible says they wanted to eat the Passover meal and not become unclean. Ironically, they would be able to eat the Passover lamb with good conscience, while seeking the death of the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!
Only Pilate could hand down a capital sentence. Jesus claimed to be a king. He refused to defend Himself, so by Roman law, he was assumed guilty. As was standard protocol, Pilate gave Jesus more than one chance to speak in His own defense but what amazement he must have had when this Man remained silent. Just another harmless wandering philosopher. One who a governor was not inclined to execute. Just a harmless fool. But the crowds would not give up. Warned by his wife's dream, Pilate would try to shift the responsibility for Jesus' fate on the crowds. Surely they would want Jesus, the so-called "Christ", and not Barabbas, a robber, a murderer and an inciter of rebellion. But his hopes were sorely disappointed.
Maybe Pilate asked the question out of frustration with these Jews. The divine warning in his wife's dream may have struck some fear into this otherwise brutal ruler. I can't presume to know his thoughts. But if I close my eyes I can hear Pilate's words echo off the walls of the palace and across the centuries of time. "What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called Christ?"
The other day I heard someone on television say that the most important question we can ask ourselves is "what is my purpose in life?" I believe the most important question that we can ask ourselves is the same question that Pilate asked. "What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is called Christ?"
Because we have been given free will, we initially choose to believe in Jesus or to reject Him. Assuming that we believe in Him, what then shall we do with Him? Assuming that we have received His free gift of salvation and eternal life, given by Him to us as Savior, will we also accept Him as Lord? I always say that so many have enough Jesus to stay out of hell when they die, but not enough of Him to do much else. They are living with no victory in their lives. What will we do with Him when He says to give in order to receive? When He tells us to love our enemies and do good to them? When He says that we must lose our very lives to gain real life? And oh, no....when He says carry your cross and follow me, giving up all for Me! What shall we do with Him?
Will we shout with the crowds "Crucify Him!" The voices of the gathered multitudes that day were loud. You can imagine a crowded football stadium where the crowd is shouting "Defense!" This crowd shouted, "Crucify, crucify!" You may say, "I would never do that!" I submit to you that the crowds today are shouting and crying around us just as fiercely and just as deadly as they were in the praetorium that day so long ago. We are guilty of the same crimes today when we side with the world's views that are popular even when they clearly go against Christ and His Word. The people of that day let themselves be worked up by their leaders. They were blindly following their blind guides. Do we blindly follow the popular views of society and their rationalizations of why evil is good? Isaiah 5: 20 says, "Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter."
Satan is still just as crafty as he was back in the garden of Eden. (Genesis 3:1) He is the master at perverting and disguising the truth of God's word by wrapping it up in pretty packages. He comes to us via television, news media, political parties and even well-meaning Christian people and asks "Did God really say...?" "Is that really what God means?" (see Genesis 3: 1-4) Well, if God said it, you can bet your sweet bippy that God meant what He said! We may not like it...we may not obey it...but God's Word is still truth. Beware... ever, even for a second, of putting down your sword of the Spirit, the word of God. It is your only defensive weapon against the cunning conniving of your enemy. 
What we need to do with this Jesus, called Christ is to believe Him and trust Him (see John 14: 1), believing His Word and that it means what it says. Making Him not just our Savior who keeps us out of hell, but making Him the Lord of our lives. The "Lord" means that He has the authority. He is the master and the owner of your life. What we should do with Him is give our whole self to Him. To direct us, to own us! In every way, whether we like what He says in certain situations or not. Whether His views go along with the world view or not.
What we need to do with this Jesus, called Christ is love Him. And His own words tell us that "whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me." (John 14: 21)
What we need to do with this Jesus, called Christ is to serve Him. To be great in His eyes is to be as He is. To be a servant to all, just as the Son of Man was when He served and gave His life as a ransom for many. (Matthew 20: 26-28)  
The Gospel of Mark says that Pilate wanted to satisfy the crowd, so he gave in to their demands and had Jesus flogged, and handed Him over to be crucified. (Mark 15: 15) Every day, all around us, in so many different ways, the crowds are shouting, "Crucify Him!" Don't follow those voices. Don't listen to the justifications and the subtle ideas that God really didn't say what we think He said. Every time we give in and leave "sound doctrine. And to suit our own desires, gather around us a great number of teachers to say what our itching ears want to hear, we turn away from truth and turn aside to myths." (my paraphrase of 2Timothy 4: 3-4) And we just as surely drive a nail into the hands of our Savior every time.
Pilate symbolically washed his hands of any responsibility for the death of Jesus but he was just as responsible as the Jews nevertheless. The responsibility is always our own. I can't choose for you and you can't choose for me. But we must each make the choice. The voices of compromise and complacency call out each day. The broad path is full of folk who think it's the best route. Will you follow the crowd or follow Jesus? And I mean truly follow Him. Believing what He says and obeying Him. Serving Him. Loving Him with all your heart and mind and soul and strength. Doing the hard sayings that He commands. These are the last days my friends and I believe God is calling forth a remnant of people who mean business. Who are commited and not compromising. Who are warriors, not wishy-washy weaklings. Those who are willing to stand up for Christ against every voice and deception that would say there's a better way to go. Christians who will no longer allow the devil to keep them down and out but who will rise up victorious with their shield of faith held high and the sword of the Spirit doing some real damage to the kingdom of darkness. For Christ's sake and for the Father's glory.
The date is February 26, 2008. It may be morning, afternoon or evening when you read this. The crowds are gathered. Their voices are loud. They might be speaking through your TV or radio. They may be sitting right next to you in your office. They may even be speaking to you in your own home, among your own family members. Pilate let the crowds answer the question for him that day. I would venture to guess if he could come back and talk to you right now, he would tell you that he picked the wrong answer. Will you?
What will you do, then, with Jesus who is called Christ?
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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

February 2008 Update

Dear Partners and Friends,
It's hard to believe that we are almost at the end of February. It seems like the excitement and anticipation of the brand new year was just yesterday. I believe that 2008 is going to be great for you and for the ministry of "Living the Word". Many things were conceived in '07 and are about to be delivered in '08, because God always completes what He starts. Remember, He is the Author and FINISHER! 
Just as in natural childbirth, there has been a period of transition in the ministry. 2007 brought many personal struggles. The illness and death of my father and my daughter's miscarriage brought much heartache and many challenges to my life. 2008 began with a bang and a host of new problems and situations to face. But God is so faithful. I cannot tell you what awesome things He did in the midst of suffering! They are too many to recount. Tragedy and loss were always tempered by an overwhelming feeling of God's sovereignty and love. Transition is the most intense part of a woman's labor and has been intense in my life and ministry. This is where one can begin to lose faith in the ability to cope. But there are those in that delivery room who keep reminding you that the end is near and birth is about to take place. Those are the kind of folks I want around me, don't you? Encouragers who won't let me quit, and who know and communicate that God is in control, and there is purpose in every problem. Don't always blame the devil. I believe we give him way too much credit. There are lessons to be learned in suffering, allowed by Our Heavenly Father to prepare us to serve Him more effectively. I pray that I have worn my trials well and that I did not waste one situation, one trial, or one learning experience sent to me from His loving hands.
I was given the awesome privilege to be the speaker at the Women's Conference at Hope Community Church in Detroit. We spent "One Day with the King" and His Spirit and presence were palpable. If you have not heard the message that I preached, I encourage you to visit the website and have a listen. If you are struggling in any way, I believe that this message is for you. It can change your life! 
I am excited to let you know that if you have Internet access on your cell phone, you can now view parts of our web site. Just point the browser on your cell to http://m.livingthewordministries.org and you will be able to access the current week's "Tuesday's with Jesus" devotional and other parts of the web site. If you are away from your computer you don't ever have to miss this week's "Tuesday's". Just pull it up on your cell phone!
We are planning a "Living the Word Ministries" meeting in the Spring! This will be a time of fellowship, worship and praise to our God, and a word that I believe God has given me for such a time as this. Keep your eye out for updates that will be coming soon regarding the date, place and free registration information. I encourage you to join us and learn what it truly means to be a "Living Sacrifice" (Romans 12: 1). I look forward to seeing old friends and getting acquainted with those of you that I have never met.
Your love and support of me and "Living the Word Ministries" means more than you will ever know. "So this is my prayer: that your love will flourish and that you will not only love much but well" (Philippians 1: 9 The Message). I pray that you will grow closer and closer to Christ, your King, as you grow in the knowledge of His Word and His amazing, unfailing love for you.
See you soon,
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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Tuesday's with Jesus #135

#135 "Just A Crumb"
February 19, 2008
"Leaving that place, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon. A Canaanite woman from that vicinity came to him, crying out, "Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is suffering terribly from demon-possession."  Jesus did not answer a word. So his disciples came to him and urged him, "Send her away, for she keeps crying out after us."  He answered, "I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel."
 The woman came and knelt before 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," she said, "but even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters' table."  Then Jesus answered, "Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted." And her daughter was healed from that very hour." (Matthew 15: 21-28)


If you've known me for much longer than a minute you know that I absolutely LOVE God's Word. More than just words on a page of history, I believe that the Bible is God-breathed. Words straight from His mouth to my heart. I especially love the accounts of the great women of the faith. Rahab, Ruth and Naomi, Deborah, Abigail and the like. Reading about Esther and King Xerxes draws me in more than any modern day love story. Mary Magdalene reminds me that I can be healed of every demon that would control me. Martha and her sister Mary show me that I need balance in my life. 


Today I am captivated by a woman whose name I do not know. I am intrigued by her story. She is from Canaan (Matthew 15: 21-28) or Syrophoenicia, part of the province of Syria. (Mark 7:24-30). She's not a Martha or a Mary, a Ruth, a Jezebel or a Bathsheba, popular names that bring to mind specific stories. She is unnamed and identified only by where she comes from. Have you ever been there? Labeled only by where you've been?


Maybe we're not given her name so that we can more easily focus on her condition. We are all in a condition at one time or another. This woman was desperate. Her mother's heart was breaking over her little daughter. The Bible tells us that the girl was demon-possessed and suffering terribly. By looking at other accounts of demon-possession in the Bible, we can assume that this young girl would be seized by a demon and would be thrown to the ground, foam at the mouth, become rigid and exhibit violent behavior, much like an epileptic seizure in our day. And our woman was helpless to do anything about it. All she could do was watch and be filled with anguish. She felt powerless, with no where to turn. Can anybody identify with that today?


What was there about her that earned her a place in the Bible? What was there about her that warranted her receiving an answer to her prayer? First of all, she was persistent. Mark's account says that she begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter's body. The word used there for "begged", meant to ask earnestly, to continue asking. She persisted even when Jesus didn't answer her. She had probably become quite annoying with her pleading because the disciples told Jesus to send her away, "for she keeps crying out after us". Don't ever let anyone keep you from Jesus. They'll tell you to give it up. They'll tell you it's hopeless. They'll tell you it doesn't make any sense to trust Jesus for your answer. She probably entreated her false, foreign gods to no avail. But she heard about a Man. A Man who was healing the sick and driving out demons. She didn't know all of the theology, but she knew that in Him there was some inkling of hope for her little girl. And she wouldn't be deterred. Not even when it seemed that Jesus was telling her No!


Not only was she persistent ...she was humble. In Mark we find that she fell at the feet of Christ. She knew that He was able and she was not. She knew that He had the power to save and her only hope was in Him. Her Greek idols had let her down. No doctor could help. No ones good advice could stop the terrifying condition that gripped her little girl. She fell at His feet. I've dropped to my knees and to the floor many times. Often because my legs wouldn't hold me anymore and in humble submission I hit the floor to demonstrate my absolute dependence on the Lord's help. I have fallen at His feet and pleaded that those I love would be able to escape the trap of the devil, who at one time or another had taken them captive to do his will (see 2 Timothy 2: 26). Like Jacob I have held on so tightly and refused to let go until He blessed me. (see Genesis 32: 22-32)


Then Jesus says the most amazing thing. "It is not right to take the children's bread and toss it to their dogs." Was He calling her a dog? Before we start to think that Jesus was being mean to her, we must understand that He was not referring to the wild, scavenger dogs who roamed the city. He used the word, "kunarion" which was a little dog or a puppy. Jesus was picturing a family sitting down at mealtime around the table. The food was provided by the head of the household. This woman was not a part of the family (Israel) because she was Greek. She wasn't allowed the best of the food. But she saw herself as a little dog or a puppy, under the table, eligible for the crumbs that might fall. She just wanted some of the blessings. Everything belonged to the master...even the puppy under the table. Because of this, she took no offense.


She would not take no for an answer. If she could have just a crumb, her daughter would be healed. She went unnamed. She was an outsider. She was like a puppy under the master's table. She was not part of the in-crowd. But her faith told her that there was enough blessing in this Man for her. Her faith told her to never give up. Her faith told her that He was the answer to her prayer and her daughter's deliverance. And that faith is what got her prayer answered.


You may feel nameless and faceless in a crowd of insiders today. People may identify you with your past. People may identify you with your condition. You may be powerless and hopeless in a seemingly hopeless situation. Remember that just a crumb from the Master's table is sufficient for the answer to your prayer. No matter where you have come from or what you've done, you belong to the Master, Christ. Throw yourself at His feet. Be persistent. Don't ever give up. Don't take offense even if it seems that He is telling you No! This account tells me that He loves that kind of faith! And even if your name never appears in the annals of something important...be certain that your Savior knows your name and you are so important to Him.


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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Tuesday's with Jesus #134

#134 "American Idols"
February 12, 2008
"You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God..." (Deuteronomy 5: 8-9a-b)
"What is your most prized possession? What is your deepest dream? Would you be willing to give it up if Jesus asked you to? If your answer is no, then your possession or your dream has taken God's place in your heart and has become an idol. Are you willing to turn over to God your most prized possession or dream?" (internet source) 
Presently, idolatry prevails over a great portion of the earth, and is practiced by about 600,000,000 people. Almost all of the heathen nations, like the Chinese, the Hindus, and the South Sea islanders, have their images, to which they bow down and worship. Now I don't know about you, but when I walk around my neighborhood I don't see many Asherah poles, sacred stones or graven images. But idolatry is not merely the external worship of false gods, but it is defined as an excessive attachment to anything that borders on adoration. It is our life's goals that revolve around something other than God. How many of us would be charged guilty on this count? It would seem to be anything that you focus on and pursue singlemindedly, while forgetting and neglecting God.
American idols aren't made of wood and stone. They are made of the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes and the pride of life. (1 John 2: 16) American idols are fashioned from the stuff we think we just can't live without, material and otherwise. They are shaped and cast by what society tells us we must have to be deemed successful and worthy.
Some American idols are quite obvious. Men and women alike are chasing the American dream that is becoming more and more elusive with each passing year. Chasing bigger houses that are now in foreclosure because the dream wasn't backed up by the good sense and Godly wisdom to know that you couldn't afford it. Fancy cars and clothes and jewels are being marketed to our young people in movies and music videos. Mo' money, mo' money, mo' money...and life will be good. My sons are bombarded with the lie that more money will buy more cars and houses and more cars and houses will buy more beautiful women. TV commercials ask, "What's in YOUR wallet?" Marriages, even Christian ones, are disintegrating and the number one reason for divorce is money problems! People are working 24/7 at the expense of their relationships chasing the idols. The idols made of wood and stone that will never satisfy. What ever happened to chasing after the One who provides for our every need? What ever happened to contentment with what we've been given from the hand of God? We are worshiping the created instead of the Creator. Idolatry at its finest.
Other American idols are of the flesh and blood variety. We worship Hollywood icons, rich moguls and those who we think are in the know and part of the in-crowd. We want to hang with the important people and let everyone know that we do. We cozy up to the pastor, the head of the company, the one with the fat bank account. But Jesus tells us that "when [we] give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and [we] will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous." (Luke 14: 13-14) Doesn't sound like a Who's Who list of American Idols does it? I believe that we will be very surprised when we get to heaven and see who's there! Someone once said, "those who are last will be first.." James put it this way, "Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom He promised those who love him? But you have insulted the poor. Is it not the rich who are exploiting you? Are they not the ones who are dragging you into court? Are they not the ones who are slandering the noble name of Him to Whom you belong?" (James 2: 5-7) Simply put, those poor folk may have a higher rank than you do in the Kingdom of God. Remember this? "Man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart." (1 Samuel 16: 7)
And then...some American idols are not so plain to see with the naked eye. They are our inner idols. Our dreams, our hopes, our inner longings. And we are a very unsatisfied lot. Married people want to be single. Singles want to find that special someone to marry. Figuring that any husband is better than no husband at all, women marry just about anyone who comes along and shows an interest, and they suffer for years to come. Unemployed men long for a job. Those who have a job hate the one they have. We live vicariously through our children and find our worth in their good grades, their prowess at hockey or soccer or ballet. We make our own children our idols!! And if we don't have children, we think we will never be complete or worth anything without them. We need to STOP! Again, as evidenced by what we pursue, we worship the created rather than the Creator. The gift rather than the Giver. It is God who will give us the perfect spouse. It is God who gives us the ability to produce wealth...in other words, He will bring the job to us. Children are a gift from God. Not something that we use to puff ourselves up and make us feel good about ourselves. We are to pour into them...not use them to pour into us and fill up our need to feel adequate and esteemed. We can even make our ministry our idol. Out of balance service to the Lord can be the biggest thing that interferes with our relationship with Him. We can idolize our work for Him and never spend a minute with Him. God is not so much about service. He's all about relationship. 
Deuteronomy 16: 21-22 says, "Do not set up any wooden Asherah pole beside the altar you build to the Lord your God, and do not erect a sacred stone, for these the Lord your God hates."  Have you already figured out where the poles and stones are in your life? We all have them. I have them and so do you. But God says that when we worship our individual idols we "feed on ashes, a deluded heart misleads [us]". We are so deluded and misled by the enemy and by our own refusal to renew our minds that we can't even see that "this thing in my right hand is a lie." (Read Isaiah Chapter 44) It's your choice. Will you pursue the created or the Creator? Will you set your sights on the gifts or the Giver? Will you worship the Truth or continue to pursue the lie? Will you worship things made by human hands or worship the "one God, the Father, from whom all things came and for whom we live; and ...one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things came and through whom we live?" (1 Corinthians 8: 6) I remember reading something about seeking first the kingdom of God and all else being given to me besides. (Matthew 6: 33)
Someone named J. McMath said this: "That for which I would give anything and accept nothing in exchange is the most important thing in my life. Whatever that is...is my God." That is so powerful...I think I'll just stop there.
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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Tuesday's with Jesus #133

#133 "God's Not Trying To Be Funny"
February 5, 2008
"When Jesus entered the ruler's house and saw the flute players and the noisy crowd, He said, "Go away. The girl is not dead but asleep." But they laughed at Him." (Matthew 9: 23-24)
If you would have told me a few years back that I would be writing the 133rd installment of something called "Tuesday's with Jesus", I would have laughed at you. If you would have gone on to tell me that I would be preaching and teaching the Bible, and speaking at conferences and before groups, well, I would have laughed even harder. When God gives a dream or a vision, when He gives you a promise, when He speaks...it's no laughing matter. 
When Sarah was eavesdropping on her husband's conversation and overheard the Lord tell Abraham that she would bear him a son, she laughed. She lied and said she didn't...but the truth is, she laughed. When an angel told Lot that God was fixing to destroy Sodom because of its wickedness, he told his sons-in-law and they thought that he was joking. I believe that it's implied here that they laughed. Some joke! When King Hezekiah sent couriers with letters to invite the people to come to Jerusalem and celebrate the Passover again, he told them that if they would return to the Lord, God would release their captive relatives and bring them back from Assyria. "But the people scorned and ridiculed" the couriers. Nehemiah had it in his heart to rebuild the wall around Jerusalem. His enemies laughed at him. Job referred to himself as a "laughingstock" among his friends, during the intense trial that God allowed to invade his life. And when Jesus told the crowds that a dead girl was not really dead...they laughed at Him.
I believe that God means what He says. "God is not a man that He should lie". (Numbers 23: 19a) How dare we laugh when God speaks? Whether it is the word of God, the Logos, on the written pages of your Bible, or the Rhema word given just for you, by the Holy Spirit...God's word is truth. He doesn't lie and we shouldn't laugh.
God, in His infinite mercy, forgives us for our disrespect and unbelief and often fulfills His Word in our lives in a good way. Sarah had Isaac. Jesus raised the young girl from the dead anyway. But His word will always be fulfilled. It never returns void. (see Isaiah 55: 10-11) The mocking sons-in-law perished in Sodom. Nehemiah and the people finished the whole wall in an astounding fifty-two days and their laughing enemies were disgraced and afraid. God's Word is no laughing matter.
Do you laugh when God says that He is your Provider and that all your bills can be paid? Do you laugh when God says that He is your Healer and that you can be free of your disease? Do you laugh when that certain something you've been longing for seems unreachable? Do you think that it can happen for someone else, but never for you? Does having a peace that passes understanding in the midst of chaos make you laugh? Has God placed a dream or a vision in your heart to accomplish something great for His kingdom that just seems ridiculous and impossible? Do you laugh and say, "you can't be talkin' to me!"  But He is talking to you! Through His written word and through His Holy Spirit. If God gives you a command and a promise...obey and receive the promise! Let's stop "dissing" God by laughing and by our unbelief. I don't know how to word this in any simpler fashion... JUST BELIEVE GOD!
Sarah thought she was sneaky, hiding at the entrance to her tent and laughing at the promise of God. She thought that no one heard her laugh. But the Lord said to Abraham, "Why did Sarah laugh?" (see Genesis 18:13-14) God hears us when we laugh. He sees our unbelief. He might be asking you, right now..."why do you laugh?" And just like He spoke to Sarah, perhaps He is speaking to you, and saying "Is anything too hard for Me?"
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