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I Want What God Gives"

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    For the LORD loveth judgment, and forsaketh not his saints; they are preserved for ever: but the seed of the wicked shall be cut off.  Psalm 37:28


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Monday, September 14, 2020

Psalm 37:25 I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread.

We have all probably heard and read this verse many times over.  We know that the Word of God is perfect without one single mistake.  God’s Word is so perfect that we can be assured that there is not even a punctuation out of place.  An English major may attempt to criticize the placement of many words and phrases in God’s Word.  But we can rest easy knowing it is perfect.  It is set in order according to the spoken guidance of the Almighty Creator.  Knowing the perfection of God’s Word proves to us the truth of our verse for today.  David makes a shocking statement here.  He makes it clear that he has never seen one of God’s righteous nor their children in begging need.  And it is a matter of fact that you and I have never seen such either.  Notice the key word of the verse; “righteous”.  He is referring to those who are just and lawful before the Lord.  These are those who are living a life of commitment and dedication unto the Lord.  These are striving against sin not for it.  You and I have witnessed many homeless beggars.  We have witnessed many that are without necessity.  The Lord promised in His Word that His children would not suffer without the necessities of this life.  But He also promised that the lazy sluggard would not be provided for.  We have seen many persons presenting themselves as righteous and were appearing to be in begging need, but we can be assured that there was some guilt of idleness there or that they were not a child of God at all.  We ourselves may one day find our self in begging need of necessity, but it will be because we were idle in some way.  The Lord tends well to His children.  Those who are truly saved by His grace will not do without necessity, unless we have turned away to sin and become carelessly idle.  We can safely brag on our God.  He is so faithful!!  He always makes a way!!  Yes, He is faithful!  Amen.     

Tuesday, September 15, 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 the second verse of the book of Revelation and it is the Lord introducing John the Revelator, the writer of the book.  This verse reveals the powerful character of John.  My friend, character matters.  It is vital to our effectiveness as a witness for the Lord Jesus.  Our lifestyle and our ways of life are the evidences of the Lord.  If we display a Christ-like life then many will see the proof of the life changing ability of Christ.  But if we mar our life with sin and ungodliness, then we will hide the amazing power and faithfulness of our Lord.  It’s called character!  Our verse is a report of John’s character.  Notice his character is a testimony of the truth of God’s Word.  He bore record of the Word.  Does our life bare record of the true Word of God?  We now live in a society where few people have an inerrant copy of the Word.  Many hold a tampered copy that has had many of the powerful words carved out and much deception added.  They are deprived from the power of God’s Word.  The prefixes and suffixes, punctuations and capitalizations that reveal His power have been removed or replaced with modern man language.  Oh dear friend, we must live a life that proves the Word of truth!  We also see that John displayed the testimony of Jesus Christ.  By having a testimony of the true Word, we too can display the true testimony of the Lord Jesus.  Without the true Word, we cannot have complete proof of the true testimony of Jesus.  Again, much of society is all twisted up on the truth of Jesus.  So many cults and false religions are out there feeding the people with weak and false doctrine of the truth of the Saviour and the salvation He offers.  We must display a true testimony of Jesus Christ.  Lastly, we see that John had a testimony of what he had actually saw with his own eyes.  No doubt, John had saw some mind-boggling and miraculous things as a Christ follower during the earthly ministry of Jesus.  But we too have seen much of the mind-boggling power of Christ.  We too have experienced life changing miracles.  We, as a born again child of God, have experienced the eternal power of redemption.  We are a walking testimony of the life changing ability of the Lord Jesus Christ!  Dear friend, determine to be a true testimony of Christ.  Display a testimony of the Word, the Saviour and what He has done to you personally.  Be a testimony of truth today and every day.  Amen.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Psalm 31:9  Oh how great is thy goodness, which thou hast laid up for them that fear thee; which thou hast wrought for them that trust in thee before the sons of men!

We have made the statement that God is good so many times.  And yes He is good.  Our verse here mentions His goodness.  Our good God harbors His great goodness for an elite group of people.  Let’s look into our verse and see who these fortunate people are.  Notice our verse is punctuated with an exclamation point.  He is making this statement with excitement and a lifted voice, and rightly so.  Our Lord has this great goodness harbored for those that “fear” Him.  This is referring to those who live a life that reverences the Lord.  How do we reverence Him?  Reverence is a respect from the heart.  It is not an action out of obligation but one of love and adoration.  The present generation shows very little respect and reverence for anything much less for the Lord.  Reverence is selfless.  Reverence is compassionate.  Reverence is of the spirit of a servant.  The spirit of reverence is of much appreciation.  Those who reverence the Lord will receive great goodness of the Lord.   Notice He uses the word “wrought”.  This is a word that means to work out or to beat into formation, as in wrought iron.  The Lord has worked out goodness for those that “trust” Him.  Not just for those that trust Him but those that trust Him in the presence of others.  Does your response to life show your trust in the Lord or are you a drama show of no faith?  The Lord is a sovereign God.  If He said it then it is so.  If He promised it then it is so.  There are no variations because of situations.  He controls the situations.  He sets the circumstances.  He is absolute!  Dear friend, we can trust Him.  He is to be feared.  He is the Lord!  For those saved children of God that reverence Him and trust Him publicly… He has great goodness for you.  Amen.    

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Psalm 32:7 Thou art my hiding place; thou shalt preserve me from trouble; thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance. Selah.

What a wonderful peace to know that the Lord is backing us!  Life tends to attack the child of God in many ways as we travel along in the Lord’s will.  I was watching one of those cop shows the other day and the special agents were under attack by a large group of bad guys.  The agents were pinned down behind a small cover and could not escape because of so much enemy gunfire.  One agent said to the other; “Go! I’ll cover you!”  What he meant was that he would fire at the enemy as a distraction while his partner escaped to safety.  Sometimes life seems to pin us down doesn’t it?  In our verse, “trouble” means a narrow or tight place.  Have you ever been in a tight?  The Lord is our cover during these times.  Actually, that is what our phrase “hiding place” means, a cover or disguise.  When we find ourselves pinned down it is a position that causes us to be hopeless if we rely on our own power.  But the Lord is our cover!  He’s got our back.  There is no situation He cannot handle.  We must have faith in this cover when we find ourselves in these type tight places.  When the enemy has us pinned down with firey darts of evil, it is then that we can look to the Lord for cover.  Have faith in His sovereign control.  My favorite part of our verse is the ending promise.  Thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance. Selah.”  “Compass” means to surround.  “Songs of deliverance” means a shout of escape.  Amen!  Each time the Lord covers us in a tight and each time He makes a way of escape from a tight situation, He will cause an atmosphere of worship to surround us.  Amen and Amen!  How many times has He rescued us and we only offered a little sigh of relief to Him?  How many tights has He released us from and we sit in worship service like a knot on a log??  He combines the ingredients for a powerful worship service each week.  He allows certain situations to pass through our life that will allow Him to cover us.  We always have a way of escape.  But do we always take advantage of the environment of worship He has set us in???  Amen.

Friday, September 18, 2020

Psalm 100:5 For the LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.

This is a great verse for a fresh start to a new day.  The Lord is the God of all gods.  Only He is the God that never changes.  He is the same yesterday, today and forever.  Therefore, “the Lord is good”.  Our verse shares two truths of our God that proves He is good.  He is good because “his mercy is everlasting”.  Amen and praise the Lord!  It is the wonderful mercy of God that allows us to breathe air today.  His mercy overshadows our life as the protective wings of a mother hen over her chicks.  It is His mercy that watches over us on a daily basis.  Satan so much desires to devour us.  The trials that we endure are only what God allows to slip through His fingers for our own good and His glory.  If it were not for the Lord’s mercy we would be helpless without any hope.  BUT… His mercy endureth forever!  The second truth that proves the goodness of the Lord is stated at the end of our verse.  “His truth endureth to all generations”.  Glory Hallelujah!  True truth seems to be a rarity in our day, but we can be assured it is sovereignly protected by the strong arm of our God.  Yes, the truth is under great attack.  The liberals of the world have beat on it, carved on it, attempted to rearrange it, misquoted it, lied about it, tried to trash it, tried to hide it and have detoured many from it.  But the truth of the Lord stands today untarnished, unscarred, strongly shining above all as the true eternal truth of the Lord Jesus Christ.  The Lord’s true Word will stand forever.  The Lord’s true Will will stand forever.  Dear friend, you can count on the truth of God.  Don’t fret over its threatening enemies.  They will one day fall into destruction with one blow of the sovereign nostrils of God.  Yes!!! The truth endureth to all generations!  The Lord is good.  The Lord is God.  He is still on the throne and will never be dethroned.  He is Lord of lords.  He is in control of all.  The LORD is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endureth to all generations.  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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