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Monday, November 11, 2019


Titus 1:2 In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised before the world began;  3 But hath in due times manifested his word through preaching, which is committed unto me according to the commandment of God our Saviour;


Oh, what a glorious peace it is to be a saved child of God!  What great peace it is to know without a shadow of doubt that eternal life is promised to us that are redeemed by the blood of the crucified Christ!  Our text for today is comforting scriptures.  These two verses are printed promises of God.  We are living in hope.  The word hope, here in verse two, means to anticipate, to expect and to have confidence of eternal life.  How can we have such a powerful knowing about this eternal life?  It is because God Himself is the controller and holder of eternal life… and He is too righteous to tell a lie.  We have eternal life because He said so!  Notice that this promise was made good before the world began.  Aren’t you glad that the plan to inherit eternal life was not a new plan because the old plan failed?!  This plan for inheritance comes through the requirement of the gospel.  The gospel being the death burial and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.  It is the revelation of Jesus Christ.  But we must believe the right thing about Him.  He was born of a virgin named Mary, He was conceived of the Holy Ghost, He is the Son of God, He was the Lamb supplied by God for the sacrifice of our sins and He is God manifested in flesh.  That’s the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.  Notice verse 3.  This gospel is displayed before us by preaching.  Gospel preaching is extremely vital to the inheritance of eternal life.  Without preaching, the world would not have the realization of the soul saving gospel.  Romans 10:14  How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?  Preaching is looked down upon and rejected by much of this present generation.  They cannot stand the conviction it delivers.  The Bible description of preaching is to herald aloud the truth of God.  Preaching speaks to the soul.  The flesh does not like to be uncomfortable.  Preaching stirs the flesh out of its comfort zone.   1Cor. 1:18  For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.  1Cor. 1:21  For after that in the wisdom of God the world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe.  We can be grateful today for these two things.  Eternal life and the preaching that reveals it to our soul.  Amen!



Tuesday, November 12, 2019


Psalm 40:9  I have preached righteousness in the great congregation: lo, I have not refrained my lips, O LORD, thou knowest.


Here we have a very interesting and informing verse.  This is a Psalm of David.  He makes it clear that he has not held back the words of the Lord.  He has not held back the truth.  “Righteous” means the true right or in other words, the truth and rightness of God.  I am interested in the third word of the verse.  David said “I have preached”.  Now we know that David was a great man of God, a wonderful servant of the Lord and a great king of Israel.  He was an amazing Psalmist and a patriarch of the faith. But he was not a priest or what we refer to as a called of God preacher.  The word “preacher” here does not refer to a preacher that is called to preach in the pulpit.  Our word preacher here in verse 9 is referring to a specific dedication and commitment of a child of God to spread the truth of God’s Word and will through their daily life.  Here is the correct meaning of the word as it is used in our verse; to be fresh, full, rosy, cheerful and announce the good news of the Lord.  David is saying that he has fulfilled the commands of the Lord to be a joy filled Christian.  My friend, those of us who are saved have the most sought-after treasure of mankind… salvation.  We have, within our soul, the eternal security of our future.  What a peace!  The entire human race is seeking this peace.  Most do not even realize what this real peace is, but they seek it.  They may not be seeking it by name, but they are seeking it.  They are mistakenly thinking they will find it in worldly success, assets, drugs, alcohol, and many unnamed sinful lifestyles.  True peace is in being indwelled with the saving grace of the Lord Jesus Christ.  If you are fortunate enough to be filled with this God-given peace, then it is your duty to let it show.  That is what David is saying here in our verse.  He let his joy and peace of the Lord be shown to others.  He “preached” it.  Are you letting your peace preach??  Do others see and hear your eternal security of salvational joy and peace?  Dear friend, determine to be fresh, full, rosy, cheerful and announce the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ today.  Amen.       



Wednesday, November 13, 2019


Psalm 36:8  They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of thy house; and thou shalt make them drink of the river of thy pleasures.


This verse immediately carries me to Psalm 23.  Psalm 23 reveals the complete trust that the child of God must have in the Lord as his chief shepherd.  Our verse for today also explains the peace and satisfaction the child of God can experience if he trusts in the Lord.  The verse immediately preceding our text explains that the benefits of verse 8 are experienced by those who put their trust in the shadow of the wings of the Lord.  To trust in the Lord means we have to surrender our life to Him and His plan for our life.  To trust Him we must be settled in our heart that His Spirit will give us all the information we need to follow His will.  To trust Him means we will follow His small still voice.  Actually, we will yearn to hear Him at all times.  To trust Him means we will not hesitate to act upon His leading.  The child of God that trust in the Lord will be abundantly satisfied.  Notice it is not just satisfaction, but abundant satisfaction.  This means to be soaked or saturated in it.  Our soul seeks to be satisfied daily.  We must be cautious not to allow our carnal flesh to attempt to fulfill this need.  Anything the carnal flesh provides will only be temporal and most likely sinful.  Notice that the child of God that trusts in the Lord will be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of the House of God.  My friend, church was created by God Himself.  It was created to fulfill the weekly spiritual need of refreshment and revival for the Christian.  Even though many are saved through the church services, the church was not created as a soul winning station.  It is actually a soul stirring station for the saved.  Our verse says that the one who trusts in the Lord will be satisfied with the fatness of the House of God.  Let’s look at that word fat.  Fat is excess stored energy.  When we eat food, our body digest the food by taking from it the energy properties it contains.  The body uses what it needs for that time and stores the rest as fat.  Spiritually speaking, our verse promises the fat of the spiritual food provided.  The fatness of the House of God is the over and above spiritual nutrients needed.  Do you go to church out of obligation or out of appetite?  If you attend out of obligation then you will most likely just get what you barely need to spiritually survive.  But… if you get over and above then you will be abundantly satisfied in the Lord.  The abundantly satisfied Christian will be less likely to look for sustenance elsewhere in the world.  Physically speaking, if we eat a well-rounded meal of good food with fat then we most likely will not eat a bunch of junk food between meals.  Are you attempting to survive on the junk of this world or do you have an appetite for the fatness of His House?  We will go further in this verse tomorrow.  Amen.            



Thursday, November 14, 2019


Psalm 36:8  They shall be abundantly satisfied with the fatness of thy house; and thou shalt make them drink of the river of thy pleasures.


We continue today in this verse where we left off yesterday.  I hope you attended the House of God last evening and enjoyed the fatness of His House.  Why settle for barely enough when you can live on the abundant fatness.  My friend, church is vitally and extremely important to the health of our spiritual life.  This is why Satan has launched such an attack on it in these last days.  He has taken the nutrients of what we get at the House of God and added pollutants that please the flesh.  One hundred years ago each family raised their food themselves.  Everyone had a garden, a milk cow, a beef fattening in the barn, a pig ready to butcher and all the other needs for food.  Now, rarely does any of us raise our own food.  We depend on huge corporation farms to raise our food in bulk.  Since it is in bulk and has to be shipped many miles to our homes, it has to have preservatives added so that it can keep.  These preservatives are causing many health issues in this generation.  Have you ever read the chemical preservatives added to one can or package of food?  It is scary what we are putting into our bodies.  Spiritually speaking, Satan has done the same thing.  He has taken church life and added worldly preservatives.  He has twisted the truth and added flesh desired atmospheres.  This attack has caused many Bible based churches to become flesh feast instead of soul stirring stations.  How did Satan pull off this plan??  It is because many Christians are too lazy to raise their food.  We are too lazy to pray.  We are too lazy to study God’s Word.  We are too self-centered to serve the Lord and others.  Therefore, our church life has been hijacked with health attacking preservatives.  Oh how we desperately we need church services with good wholesome spiritual food with much fat!  Notice the last phrase of our text.  And thou shalt make them drink of the river of thy pleasures.”  Even more blessings and benefits come to those who trust in the Lord.  Only the Spirit of God can explain this powerful phrase.  A couple of verses comes to mind though;  John 7:37  In the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink.  38  He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.  39  (But this spake he of the Spirit, which they that believe on him should receive…  Dear friend, stop allowing Satan to add preservatives to your spiritual food!  Determine to eat the pure food of God with abundant fatness and drink from the water of life freely.  Amen, Amen and Amen!



Friday, November 15, 2019


2Corinthians 4:18 While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.


Each day of life here on earth is filled with happenings.  Some of those things we already expect to happen but some of them catch us completely off guard.  It is those unexpected things we must be ready to respond to in the correct manner.  Our response or reaction to the things of today will make a difference in what kind of day we have.  Many times we find ourselves reacting to the unexpected things in a negative way with a sour attitude.  A bad attitude catches like a contagious sickness.  Much of our bad day reports are due to our very own bad attitude.  As Christians we must guard ourselves from being so engulfed with the happenings upon this earth.  Yes, we must deal with day to day matters, but we must strive to not allow them to rob us of our joy.  It is Satan’s plan each day to try and rob us of our joy.  He will manipulate many things to try and send us over the edge emotionally.  My friend, freaking out has never helped a situation.  It is a matter of fact that over reacting emotionally will almost always complicate the matter.  We must keep our focus on what really matters.  So many Christians today are living in misery because they allowed their emotions to take control in a situation of life.  They over reacted and now they find themselves living in the misery they created.  Dear friend, what really matters??  Notice our verse; While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.  We must realize that what we see is not always what it is.  How many times have we saw something and we thought we were sure of what we saw and then later we realize it was nothing close to what we thought we saw earlier?  Much of the happenings in life are that way.  Don’t get so tore up over Satan’s mirages of this life.  Our main thing is not what we see here on earth.  We are here to serve the Lord and to be a witness of His marvelous grace and mercy.  Let’s determine to keep our focus today.  Don’t allow the schemes and schisms of Satan to blind you of what really matters.  Amen.


For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God
Eph 2:8.

 
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