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Monday, August 10, 2020


Revelation 1:2  Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw.


Our verse is part of the introduction of the writer of the book of Revelation.  John was chosen by the Lord Himself to pen down the great and powerful last book of the Bible.  It was John that the Lord used to put “The End” on the last page of His life guiding, life altering Word.  John had already written four other books of the Bible.  It is believed that Revelation was written close to 60-65 years after Calvary.  In verse 1, John introduces himself by name.  But he extends his introduction by a powerful distinction of himself.  This is not just any ole John!  Notice our text verse.  He says; “I am the John that bares record of the Word of God”!  Wow, can we say that of ourselves?  Do we bare record of the Word?  To be able to do so we must be a student of the Bible.  2Timothy 2:15 says;  Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.  It takes daily study and commitment to God’s Word for us to be able to bare record of the Word.  Yes, I do realize John’s record was much from what he experienced in person.  But we too experience much in our life that proves the Word to be true and the Lord to be real.  This brings us to the next part of our text.  He said he bore record of the testimony of Jesus Christ.  We too should live a life that bares record of Jesus Christ!  Our life testimony should be a truth telling sign that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life.  I am afraid many of us present a much different picture.  It is so easy to become so engulfed by the happenings of our earthly life that we are a billboard of prosperity seekers instead of a proof of the saving grace of the Lord Jesus.  John ends his introduction by acknowledging that he had saw much amazing things of the Lord Jesus.  What have you experienced and seen of the Lord?  Dear Christian friend, our lives are a billboard of the testimony of the Saviour of the soul.  Let’s make sure we don’t distort this wonderful picture with the smudges of the world.  Amen.



Tuesday, August 11, 2020


Psalm 27:14  Wait on the LORD: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the LORD.


As we face many circumstances in this life, many important and vital decisions must be made.  Some people handle life situations different that others.  While some are quick to jump to conclusion, others seem to have the patience to soak on it.  The problem with jumping to a quick decision is that many and most of the time we will make the wrong decision and cause much harm.  If we are the person that puts the decision on the back burner and just somewhat forgets about it, many times we will miss the Lord’s will.  Actually, people who are determined to wait, wait and wait are trying to avoid making a decision at all.  I must say, there are problems that need to be solved and issues that need to be dealt with in order for us to remain in the will of the Lord.  Procrastination can become a sin.  In between impatience and procrastination is a happy balance.  It is called the will of God.  Our verse describes it so well.  Notice His name, LORD, is all capital.  This presents the Lord as the self-existent Jehovah God.  Oh yes!  He is our great Jehovah.  He is Jehovah Jireh- the God who provides.  He is Jehovah Rapha- the God who heals.  He is Jehovah Nissi- the Lord our banner.  He is Jehovah Rahh- the Lord our shepherd.  He is Jehovah Shammah- the Lord is here.  He is Jehovah Tsidkenu- the Lord our righteousness.  He is Jehovah Sabaoth- the Lord of host.  And He is Jehovah Shalom- the Lord our peace.  Amen!  I must say, He is the Lord our everything!  Without Him we are hopeless and helpless.  But with Him, everything is going to be alright.  Without Him it will be a mess, but with Him it will be a miracle.  Without Him we will be without, but with Him we will be within!  Oh dear friend, He is worthy to be waited upon.  Wait on the Lord.  We must strive not to jump to conclusion, but don’t sit down and be slothful.  Be balanced in the strength of the Lord.  Waiting with a balance will strengthen our heart and give us great courage in the Lord.  He is our sovereign provider and protector.  Wait… on Him.  Amen.  



Wednesday, August 12, 2020


1Corinthians 15:58  Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.


Our verse for today is the last verse of 1Cor. 15.  This chapter contains glorious scriptures that describe the rapture of the church.  1Cor. 15:52  In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.  At any moment, the Lord Himself will blast the homegoing announcement of the saved.  Verse 52 says it will be at the last trump.  That word “trump” here in this verse means reverberation.  In other words, when the trumpet sounds its blast, on the last note, we will leave this earth.  What a glorious promise!  We can read even more specific of this experience in 1Thess. 4.  We will be changed into a new glorified body that has no imperfection and no ailments.  What a blessing that in itself will be.  The graveyards will burst open as the bodies of the saved are resurrected and transformed into glorified bodies.  All this will take place in a moment.  There will be some surprised people on this earth.  All those liberals who have made fun of our Bible truths will be standing in a state of shock.  Our verse for today is the last verse of this chapter.  It is as if it is the closing statement after the truth of the rapture is reveal.  It is our instructions as we anticipate this wonderful homegoing.  Our verse starts with the word therefore.  In other words, here is what we are to do until.  And he makes it clear that this verse is for the saved by grace.  We are commanded to be stedfast and unmovable.  We must stay faithful, keep the faith and press on in the will of the Lord.  Don’t pull back, go back or slide back.  Don’t waver from the truth.  Don’t add to it or twist it.  Be stedfast and unmovable.  Even when society goes liberal and ungodly, be unmovable from the doctrines of Christ.  Our verse reminds us to continue serving the Lord just like we did when the country was God fearing.  Serve the Lord now when it is not ok just like we did when it was ok.  Stedfast and unmovable.  Why?  Because we are assured in the true Word of God that our faithfulness is not unnoticed by the Lord.  My friend, God is keeping notes!  Our faithfulness is not in vain.  It may get a little tougher to press on but we must…I say we must stay stedfast and unmovable in these days of ungodliness.  We are soon to leave them with it!  We are going home to see the King!  Don’t back off now, we’re almost finished.  Amen.   



Thursday, August 13, 2020


Psalm 49:8 For the redemption of their soul is precious…


Oh how true a statement!  The blood redemption of the soul of man is of immeasurable worth.  It is precious!  To be precious means to be worth more than all others, to be admired above all others and to be heavy.  Oh yes, the redeeming power of Christ carries a heaviness that cannot be explained with the words of man.  The Lord Jesus paid a heavy price upon Calvary for our redemption.  And to the redeemed soul, redemption is a heavy gift of worth.  It is precious because of its price.  It is heavy because of its period of longevity.  It last for eternity.  By it we have been given eternal life!  It has no expiration date.  It has no life expectancy because it is beyond life.  The blood redemption of Christ is beyond all.  Here in this chapter the previous verses discuss the action of acquiring redemption of the soul. 49:6 They that trust in their wealth, and boast themselves in the multitude of their riches;  7 None of them can by any means redeem his brother, nor give to God a ransom for him: 8 For the redemption of their soul is precious, and it ceaseth for ever:.  Man cannot offer enough monetary worth that will pay for the redemption of the soul.  The end of our text says; and it ceaseth for ever.  The matter is settled.  If a man could acquire every single dollar in the country it would not even come close to the price of redemption.  Even if man could get access to every piece of money and precious metal on the face of the entire earth it would not even get the attention of the Creator.  My friend, the soul has one acceptable price and that is the blood of the only begotten Son of God.  Oh how precious is the redemption of the soul.  Lastly, this redemption is precious because it is personal.  Hallelujah!  I praise the lovely name of the Lord Jesus because I can claim this precious redemption as my personal salvation.  Can you??  Amen. 



Friday, August 14, 2020


Proverbs 22:28  Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set.


What a powerful verse!  Oh what a vital command!  There is a big difference in a recommendation and a command.  This verse is a bold command given to us of the Lord.  Why would He be so bold in this statement?  Notice He does not accompany this verse with any other verses.  It stands alone.  Much of Proverbs is bold verses that do not wavier or boggle.  They stand alone in their bold statement of truth.  Our text is a sermon.  This verse is a life changing truth.  If we obey it, it will build an integrity that cannot be shaken.  If we disobey it then the detriments of leaving the truth will plague our life.  As we look around us in this present generation, we see most have left the landmarks of truth.  Most have either denied God or defied God.  Very few Christians humbly serve the Lord in truth and spirit.  The landmark of truth is the home base.  It is the steadiness of our foundation.  The truth of God is set in Heaven and cannot be moved or removed.  The liberals attempt to twist the truth with many ungodly manmade laws.  The agnostics attempt to change the truth with the voice of unbelief.  The sinners attempt to change the truth with the power of pride.  But all of these have failed.  In the end all these will be judged by the set truth of God.  My friend, you don’t have to believe in the truth, but you will be judged by it.  You don’t even have to live by it, it’s your own personal choice, but you will be judged by it.  That is a promise!  The Lord spoke His truth to His chosen penmen and they recorded it for our benefit.  The Lord set His truth in His sovereignty and it cannot be abolished.  Oh dear friend, we cannot fight against God and expect to be a victor.  Anyone who fights against God Almighty will soon find their self in a position of shame.  The truth can set a man free!  Don’t waste your life trying to prove a lie.  Don’t waste your life attempting to make a counterfeit idea work as truth.  There is one truth and it is the spoken Word of God.  It is an ancient landmark of truth.  John 8:32  And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.  Don’t attempt to remove the truth… determine to live by it.  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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