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Monday, December 2, 2019


Malachi 3:1  Behold, …he shall come, saith the LORD of hosts.
 
It appears that this world is getting more cold and distant by the hour.  Even the Christians are becoming colder by the Sunday.  Sin is rampant and self centeredness is at an all time high.  The pews are empty in the true church and entertainment is booming at the liberal gatherings.  Bible preachers are giving way to wickedness.  The most blessed country on the face of the earth is spoiled and distracted.  The antichrist religions are growing by leaps and bounds.  And… the rapture is upon us!  As the scriptures teach and prove to us, the stage is set for the great calling out of the redeemed.  The signs are right before our eyes.  I believe the Son is rising and the trumpet is in His hand.  The sound of the home going trumpet is about to echo across the mountaintops and through the valleys of the earth.  The updraft of God’s children is about to stir up a news story that will overtake the airways for weeks.  All this is taking place as the man of sin steps forth to take charge of his temporary kingdom on earth.  Few are finding the way and very few are looking for Jesus’ return.  He’s coming!  The King is coming!  Oh yes, Jesus is coming!  All is in order and the stage is just about set in completion.  He’s coming!  The trump of God is tuned and the breath of the Lord Jesus Christ is about to pass through it as the blast of Heaven condemns the lost sinner and collects the Lord’s saints.  Glory hallelujah!  It’s just about time!  It’s just about time!  The saved by grace are about to meet the one who redeemed their soul from everlasting judgment. Rev. 22:20  He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.



Tuesday, December 3, 2019


Colossians 1:9  For this cause we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you,
 
Many times throughout God’s Word we see examples of God’s children praying for one another.  It is important that we pray for one another even today.  When we take time to lift someone up to the Lord in prayer, it exhorts them and encourages them in the time of need.  Also when we go to the Lord on someone’s behalf it exalts the Lord as King.  Thirdly, praying for others exhibits our own faith in the Lord as the Almighty above all.  As our verse continues…  and to desire that ye might be filled with the knowledge of his will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding.  As we live in the situations and circumstances of life, it is sometimes hard for us to see the eternal business our trial is accomplishing.  Our minds tend to be clouded by the shock of the storm.  Sometimes it only takes the prayer of another saint to encourage us back to the reality that He is God and that He is in control.  It is our responsibility to pray for one another in these troublesome times.   There are times that we see others in a time of decision or maybe even a time of temptation.  These are vital times of prayer.  We must ask the Lord to give them the wisdom they need for these trying times.  Instead of standing around waiting for them to fall, why not ask the Lord to reach and save them from the danger they are facing.  Many times we have allowed life to cloud our spiritual sight, therefore we do not see the danger right before us.  It is in these times we need another saint to pray us through.  A crowd watching us fall will not help us!  We need warriors… prayer warriors!  When we pray for others that the Lord would intervene, it shows our faith in Him.  Our prayer shows that we know He is the only one that has the power to intervene on the frivolous decisions that we see others making.  It is the Lord that can turn a mess into a miracle.  It is the Lord that has the power to open the eyes of the sin-blinded saints.  It is the Lord that can convict the lost sinner of his sin.  It is the Lord… it is the Lord!  Who have you prayed for today?  Who do you know that is in a mess and needs a miracle?  And who do you know that is in a time of trouble or trial that needs the encouraging prayers of you?  Take time to pray for someone else today.  Maybe now.  Amen.



Wednesday, December 4, 2019


Jeremiah 10:10  But the LORD is the true God, he is the living God, and an everlasting king: at his wrath the earth shall tremble, and the nations shall not be able to abide his indignation.


It matters what side you are on.  As a kid, I remember the times we would get together to play a game of some type of ball.  Sometimes it was football.  Other times it would be softball or baseball or maybe even basketball.  We would split up into two teams.  If we were playing football, I wanted to be on the team with the guy who could run and catch well.  If it were basketball, everyone wanted to be on the team with the tall guy.  If it were a baseball game, we all fought to be on the team with the fellow who we all knew could hit the ball across the road.  You see, everyone wants to be on the winning side when it comes to a game.  Even if you are about to play a game of cards, you want to be partners with the one you know always has the good hand.  No one wants to be on the loosing side.  Our verse for today reminds us born-again Christians that we are definitely on the winning side.  There are many gods in this world.  There are many who claim to be the savior of afterlife.  But, in reality, there is only one who is The God and only one who is The Saviour of the soul and that is the Lord Jesus Christ.  Notice our verse’s description of Him.  He is the only true God.  There is no falseness about Him.  Everything about our God is totally and sovereignly true.  He is the only true God.  He is the only God who has died for His followers and arose from the dead and lives in the now.  He lives!  Our God is the living God.  All others who have died are still dead.  Our God is the living King.  Oh yes, He is in control of this entire kingdom.  He started this and He will finish it.  The entire universe revolves around His say so.  Every living creature is under His controlling voice.  Notice the last statement of our verse.  This world, as we know it, is soon to come to an end.  My friend, the only winning side is the Lord’s side.  Only those that are saved by the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ will win.  All others will be cast into eternal judgement.  Dear friend, if your God is the Lord Jesus, you can celebrate with great confidence today!  Our God is the champion!   Amen.



Thursday, December 5, 2019


Proverbs 4:18  But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.


Jesus stated numerous times that He is the light of the world.  If there is spiritual light present then Jesus is present.  If there is darkness then sin is present.  Darkness throughout the Word of God always represents sin, wickedness, evil and rebellion.  Many crimes take place in the darkness of night.  People that live in rebellion and sin will be lovers of darkness.  Many will decorate themselves with black and markings of rebellion and odd piercings of rebellion.  These people are those of darkness.  But those of us who are saved by grace are children of the light.  We are traveling the lighted path of the Lord’s grace.  The old song we sing titled His Love Lights the Way, says; I’ve left the old paths I traveled so long, I’m redeemed and free; of Jesus I sing a sweet song, his love lights the way for me.  The pleasures of sin no more I desire, no good in them now I see  What a great song of truth.  As a born-again child of God, we follow the shining path of grace.  Notice our text verse.  This path shineth more and more.  Notice the word “shineth”.  That eth at the end of the word means it is an eternal shine that shall never go out.  It shineth more and more.  As we travel this path, we mature more and more as a follower of Christ.  As we mature, He illuminates more and more of His grace to us.  Paul referred many times to the mysteries of grace.  A mystery is something that is hidden from those who either cannot handle it or simply do not deserve it.  My friend, there are loads and levels of amazing, sovereign grace on this path.  Many Christians get saved and get placed on this lit path of grace and stay right there.  They refuse to go further.  They are satisfied in that place of grace and will not go further on the path.  My friend, move on up the path!  There are mind-boggling powers of His grace on further on this shining path.  Don’t settle for milk when you can feast on meat.  The more we mature, the more He reveals.  Paul told the Christians at Ephesus that he was praying for them that they would mature into more and more of the powerful grace of the Lord Jesus Christ.  Eph. 1:17-19  That the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of him:  18 The eyes of your understanding being enlightened; that ye may know what is the hope of his calling, and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the saints,  19 And what is the exceeding greatness of his power to us-ward who believe, according to the working of his mighty power.  Dear friend, don’t settle for less.  Move on down the path into more and more of His light unto the perfect day.  Amen.



Friday, December 6, 2019


Psalm 71:8  Let my mouth be filled with thy praise and with thy honour all the day.


I think we all could author a book titled “How to Have a Bad Day”.  Monday has always been blamed as being a bad day.  But actually, any day could turn out to be a bad day.  But truthfully speaking, every day of life should be a day appreciated.  No matter what we face, we are blessed with another day of life to serve the Lord.  Yes, some days are filled with mess-ups and tear-ups, but all things work together for good to them that love God and are the called according to his purpose.  He’s still God and He’s still in control.  Our verse for today gives us some great advice for making bad days good.  We must praise the Lord.  Praise Him for all things and all situations.  Some things are hard to praise Him for, but we must realize and recall that He is the almighty God.  If we learn to praise Him in every situation, then the situation would pass by a little easier.  Normally when we are all tore up over a bad situation, it is because we are personally unable to control what is happening.  It is when we feel helpless and the problem seems hopeless.  It is during these times that we become bent out of shape.  It is now that we need to stop and recognize Him as the Lord of our life.  It is in these bad days that we must praise Him for our life.  No matter what we are dealing with, we can praise Him that it is not worse… and it can always be worse.  Give Him praise that you are not unsaved and having to deal with this mess.  Give Him praise that His all-seeing eyes are upon us at all times.  Give Him praise that He knows all things now and all things ahead.  Praise Him that He has the power to start and stop any situation anytime.  Praise Him that this too will eventually and somehow give Him glory.  And lastly, no matter how bad our day is today, we must praise Him for saving our wretched soul!  Give Him praise.  He is worthy.  Praise will make this day easier.  Hallelujah and 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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