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As quick as a click, it was gone. All of it. Two weeks of work, including a Saturday when he could have flown a kite with his kids. Two weeks of peering into the amber glow of a computer screen. Two weeks of honing, fine-tuning, and formatting. Gone with the wind. Gone to that twilight zone where all erased computer messages exist in perpetual limbo.” This is what Chuck Swindoll wrote about his editor, Larry Libby, in the introduction of his book entitled “Stress Fractures.”

Stress. If you’re like the rest of us, you have stressful incidents that come into your life from time to time. How we respond to them is very critical to us and those around us. Believe it or not, God tells us in His Word that He wants all true Christians to “give thanks in the midst of every situation” that comes into our lives (1 Thessalonians 5:18). Doing this and giving thanks for all things and for all men isn’t possible unless a believer is filled with God the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 5:18-20; 1 Timothy 2:1). To be filled with the Spirit, we must make sure that we aren’t grieving or quenching the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30; 1 Thessalonians 5:19). Do you know what this entails?

Joseph. After spending many years in prison for something he didn’t do, and when he could have taken vengeance out on his brothers who had mistreated him, Joseph said, “But as for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive” (Genesis 39:13-23; 50:20).

Promise. “And we [Christians] know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose” (Romans 8:28). Not all Christians love God and keep His commandments to New Testament believers (John 13:34, 35; 14:15). Maturing Christians are told not to love the present world system (1 John 2:15-17). Do you know what it is that you aren’t supposed to love?

World System. Among other things, it consists of human government, commerce, entertainment, education, industry, and senseless warfare (Genesis 4:16-26; Luke 11:50, 51). “In the sense of the present world system, the ethically bad sense of the word refers to the order or arrangement under which Satan has organized the world of unbelieving mankind upon his cosmic principles of force, greed, selfishness, ambition, and pleasure…[It] is imposing and powerful with military might; is often outwardly religious, scientific, cultured, and elegant; but, seething with national and commercial rivalries and ambitions, is upheld in any real crisis only by armed force, and is dominated by satanic principles.” – Taken from Scofield Study Bible note Revelation 13:8. As Christians, we can use the world system, but we are not to abuse it (1 Corinthians 7:31).

Believe. This is the only condition placed on an unsaved person for him/her to be saved. “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31). He is the One who died for our sins…and who rose again bodily on the third day (1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). Believe on Him through these facts and you will be saved and can have assurance of your salvation (Ephesians 2:8, 9; 1 John 5:13; Romans 8:16). Beware of those who teach “Lordship for Salvation.” (See Below)

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“On Being Thankful”

Posted: November 11, 2016 in Dispensations, Thanksgiving

“Every man is a moon and has a side which he turns toward nobody: you have to slip around behind if you want to see it.” Mark Twain. Saying it another way, “There’s one thing for which you should be thankful – only you and God have all the facts about yourself.”(Actually He knows more about you than you know about yourself – Psalm 139; 1 Corinthians 4:5; Job 23:10). In spite of His infinite knowledge about us and all the evil things we’ve done and will do, God still loved us and sent His only begotten Son to earth to die for our sins…and rise again bodily on the third day (John 3:16; 1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). Anyone who places his/her faith in Christ alone for deliverance from the lake of fire will be saved and will be allowed into heaven to spend eternity with God (Acts 16:31). But this doesn’t mean that Christians will be free from hard times on earth (John 16:2; 2 Timothy 3:12).

Count Your Blessings. When upon life’s billows you are tempest tossed, / When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost, / Count your many blessings, name them one by one, / And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.” Johnson Oatman, Jr. “Let us [Christians] not complain, as some of [the Jews in the wilderness] complained, and 14,700 were destroyed by the [destroying angel]” (1 Corinthians 10:8-10; Numbers 14:41-50). Instead, let us continue to give thanks for –

Memories/Miracles. Our memories can be beneficial ordetrimental to us (Psalm 103:2; Luke 16:19-31). When God creates a news heavens and a new earth (Revelation 21:1; 2 Peter 3:13), the former things of this life will not be remembered or come to mind (Isaiah 65:17). In Old Testament times God instructed the Jews to observe numerous feasts throughout the year to serve as reminders of His faithfulness to them in spite of their constant failures. Examples: Passover, the Feast of Tabernacles, and Pentecost were significant times for the Jews. (See https://gotquestions.org/Jewish-festivals.html) What was the purpose of the miracles in the Old and New Testaments? When will there be an abundance of miracles performed in the future and by whom (2 Thessalonians 2:9; Revelation 6-22)?

Mole Hills/Mountains. A little boy was leading his sister up a mountain path and the way was not easy. “Why, this isn’t a path at all,” the little girl complained. “It’s all rocky and bumpy.” And her brother replied, “Sure, the bumps are what you climb on.” That’s a remarkable piece of philosophy. What do you do with the bumps on the path of life? – Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bumps Are What You Climb On. p. 11. When we visit “The Hall Of Faith” in Hebrews 11, we learn much about those who struggled in life. Some were delivered from adversities while others weren’t. But they maintained faith in God and His promises of better things to come in the future. So then, fellow Christian – “Be not dismayed whate’er betide, / God will take care of you! / Beneath His wings of love abide, / God will take care of you! / God will take care of you, / Through every day o’er all the way; / He will take care of you; / God will take care of you!” Civilla D. Martin

Promises/Predictions. Even though all of the Bible is for all Christians, not all of it is addressed to us. All of it is to be believed, but not all of it is to be believed and practiced (2 Timothy 3:16, 17; Titus 1:9). God gave many promises to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the Jews (Genesis 15, 17, 22). He also gave some promises to the sons of Ishmael and Esau pertaining to land and wealth (Genesis 16:1-16; 17:20; 25:23; 36:1-43). Once the Jews came out of Egypt, God gave them a new code of conduct, known as the “Mosaic Law” and includes “The Ten Commandments” (Exodus 20). New Testament Christians have different promises and rules for living. Do you know where they are found? When the Scriptures are interpreted normally, not allegorically, it becomes apparent that God had different rules for different people to test their obedience to Him. These “Rules for Living” (Dispensations) are not different ways to be saved. (Ask about our FREE “Dispensations Chart” and “Promises Sheet.”)

God’s Desire. Sadly, most Christians are not “filled with the Spirit”(Ephesians 5:18). But we can be, should be, and should be filledcontinually with the Spirit. When we are, we will be giving thanks in the midst of all situations (1 Thessalonians 5:18), for all things(Ephesians 5:20), and for all men (1 Timothy 2:1-4). Why? God is sovereign (Daniel 4:17, 25). The “Day of Man” seems to be coming to an end. God doesn’t want us to perish (John 3:16; 2 Peter 3:9) or to be ignorant about “Things to Come” (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18). A special blessing is promised to the one who reads, hears, and keeps(guards in his heart) the things that are written in the Book of Revelation (1:3). We have another FREE chart that focuses in on things from today into eternity future. If you’re interested, ask for one.

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“Living With A Goat?”

Posted: November 18, 2015 in Gospel, Hell, Salvation, Thanksgiving

A man went to his rabbi one day to complain about his living conditions. “Life is unbearable. There are nine of us living in one room. What can I do?” After some thought the rabbi answered, “The last time I was at your house I noticed that you had a goat. I want you to bring it into the room to live with you.” The man couldn’t believe what the rabbi had said. “Do as I say and come back to see me in a week,” insisted the rabbi.

A week later the man came back looking more distraught. “We cannot stand it,” he told the rabbi. “The goat is filthy.”  The rabbi said, “Now, go home and let the goat out, and come back in a week.”

So the man did as he was told to do. When the week was up he came back to see the rabbi and exclaimed, “Life is beautiful. We enjoy every minute of it now that there’s no goat — only the nine of us.” – Source unknown.

Atheists. The worst possible moment for an atheist is when he feels grateful and has no one to thank. When challenged, even one of the most notorious atheists, had to admit that he should really refer to himself as an agnostic – one who doesn’t know for sure if God exists or not. Not one of us, as human beings, has been everywhere in the universe or knows all things. We should not say with certainty, “There is no God.”  Only a fool would say such a thing (Psalm 14:1).

Evidence. There is a lot of evidence for the existence of God in nature (Psalms 19:1-6). Those who deliberately reject such evidence are allowed to degenerate morally and spiritually (Romans 1:18-32). But there is still hope for such people as long as they are alive on planet earth. Spiritual blindness includes: natural blindness (1 Corinthians 2:14), Satanic blindness (2 Corinthians 4:4), and judicial blindness (Romans 11:25). Being omnipotent (Revelation 1:8), God can lift these blinds, if He chooses to do so (Acts 16:14; John 6:37, 44).

Gospel. God leaves most Christians on earth for a time after He saves us. He gives us the opportunity to share the Good News with others. It is the power of God unto salvation for Jews and non-Jews (Romans 1:16). It is – “Christ died for our sins…and rose again bodily on the third day” (1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). He can/will save anyone who will believe on the Lord Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior (Acts 16:31).

Gift. God the Father gave us an indescribable gift – the gift of His only begotten Son (John 3:16). He came to die for all of our sins…and rise again bodily from the dead so that God could offer to us deliverance from hell and enable us to enter heaven. Have you placed your faith in Him alone to save you? If not, why not now?

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Perhaps you’re among those who feel like the world is up-side-down and reeling out of control. Maybe you’re wondering why things are happening as they are now. Do you think that these words need to be repeated? “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! Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes, And prudent in their own sight! Woe to men mighty at drinking wine, Woe to men valiant for mixing intoxicating drink, Who justify the wicked for a bribe, And take away just from the righteous man!” Isaiah 5:20-23

Song. Perhaps you will agree with author Ruth Caye Jones who wrote: In times like these, we need a Savior / In times like these, we need an anchor / Be very sure, be very sure / Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock. / This Rock is Jesus, Yes, He’s the one / This Rock is Jesus, The only One / Be very sure, be very sure / Your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock.”

Ebenezer. In Hebrew, this name means “Rock of Help.” The Old Testament prophet Samuel gave this name to a stone that was set up in recognition of God’s assistance in the Jews defeating the Philistines (1 Samuel 7:12). With God on one’s side, there was/is victory over all kinds of enemies that would seek to bring the people of God down. What do you know about the Christian’s three spiritual enemies? How can a Christian be victorious over them?

Help. The Psalmist wrote, “God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, Even though the earth be removed, And though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; Though its waters roar and be troubled, Though the mountains shake with its swelling. Selah…Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth! The Lord of hosts is with us; The God of Jacob is our refuge. Selah.” (Psalm 46:1-3; 10).

Atheists. Did you know that there are powerful people who want to dismiss God from everything in our lives? Some want to take the words, “In God We Trust” off our money. Don’t be surprised if it happens. Personally, I feel sorry for those who call themselves “Atheists.” Think about these things. An atheist is the fellow who shakes his fist and defies the God he claims doesn’t exist. He hopes the Lord will do nothing to disturb his disbelief. He has no one to thank when he feels grateful. He would really be much more honest to say that he was an agnostic who isn’t sure if God exists or not. The Psalmist wrote, “The fool has said in his heart, ‘There is no God.’ They are corrupt, They have done abominable works, There is none who does good” (Psalm 14:1).

Nature. From nature we can learn that there is a God who is all powerful (Romans 1:20-32). And yet there are those who don’t want to be accountable to Him. So they try to dismiss Him from their thinking. Because of this, God often gives such people over to do whatever they want to do for a short period of time until God puts an end to their foolish ways. Anyone who truly wants to learn more about the true and living God will be given the Good News concerning the Lord Jesus Christ who died for our sins…and rose again bodily on the third day (1 Corinthians 15:3-8). Is your faith resting in Him alone?

Believe. You have a choice to make. You can believe on Him as your personal Savior or you can reject Him. After His death and bodily resurrection, God the Father highly exalted Jesus. One day every knee will bow, and every tongue will confess that He is Lord (i.e. God) to the glory of God the Father (Philippians 2:9-11).

Questions. Do you know for sure that you would go immediately into God’s presence if you were to die today? Why should God let you into His heaven? If you think you’re saved, is there anything you could do or fail to do that would cause you to lose your salvation? If so, what would it be? What is the difference between assurance of salvation and eternal security?

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This is what each of us can and should have at all times. Thanksgiving should result in “thanks living” or in a continual “attitude of gratitude” and a life that is given in service to God and others after we’ve received God’s gift of eternal life (Ephesians 2:10; Galatians 6 :10). Jesus said, It’s more blessed to give than it is to receive” (Acts 20:35). Most of you who are parents and grandparents know this to be true. We enjoy giving gifts to our children and grandchildren and watching their responses when they open up their packages at Christmas time or on their birthdays.

Good Gifts. God has given and continues to give good gifts to us all the time. We’re told that Every good and perfect gift comes from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variation or shadow of turning” (James 1:17). God gives us physical life and health. He heals us of all our diseases (Psalm 103:3) except the last one which causes us to die physically (Hebrews 9:27). But, believe it or not, some day He will raise everyone from the dead, believers and unbelievers, each one in his or her own order (1 Corinthians 15 ). Do you know in which of the five resurrections you will be raised?

Nature. God has given to most of us the ability to enjoy the beauties of nature that are all around us. The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament shows His handwork” (Psalm 19:1). Have you ever looked up at the stars at night and wondered about the universe in which we live and how it all came into being? The Scriptures tell us that In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1). Not only did He create them, He also holds together the molecules that naturally want to push away from each other (Colossians 1:17). God’s handiwork can be seen in the beautiful sunsets, in the painted deserts, in the purple mountains, or in the rolling hills around us here in Paso Robles. As I look at them, I’m reminded of the words of the Psalmist who said, I will lift up my eyes to the hills – From whence comes my help? My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth” (Psalm 121:1, 2).

Food. He sends the sunshine and the rain (once in awhile around here) on the just and the unjust ones (Matthew 5:45). He is the One who causes the crops to grow so we can sustain our lives. Question: Do you pause to thank God for your food before you eat it? I’m impressed when I see a few people doing this even in restaurants.

Thankful. Quite often I thank God for allowing my wife and me to live in such a beautiful city and country. We’ve traveled to many countries, but for me, there’s no place like home and the country in which we live. Do tears ever well up in your eyes as you sing “America The Beautiful” or our national anthem? I confess, it happens to me quite often. I love my country and I want it to be a great country where truth and justice prevail. I want the United States to be a model nation for others to follow. Is that your desire too?

Strength. Jesus said, Without Me you can do nothing” (John 15:5). The Apostle Paul wrote, I can do all things through Him who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:23). To his fellow Jews, Moses said, As your days, so shall your strength be” (Deuteronomy 33:25). To the philosophers in Athens the Apostle Paul said, In [God] we live and move and have our being” (Acts 17:28).

Greatest Gift. But the greatest gift that God the Father gave to humanity was the gift of His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. Perhaps you can quote the words of John 3:16 which says, For God [the Father] so loved the world [you and me] that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). The Apostle Paul wrote, Thanks be to God [the Father] for His indescribable gift” which is the Lord Jesus Christ ( 2 Corinthians 9:15). The greatest gift that Jesus Christ gave to us humans was Himself. As Someone who had never sinned (Hebrews 4:15), He voluntarily laid  down His life as a sacrifice to pay the penalty for our sins (acts of lawlessness).

Gospel. The Good News is that Christ died for our sins…and rose again bodily on the third day” (1 Corinthians 15:3, 4). The Apostle Paul said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31). He also wrote to the believers in Ephesus, For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, lest anyone should boast”(Ephesians 2:8, 9).

Eternal Life. God’s quality of life (eternal life) is made available to all mankind right now (1 John 5:11-13). Will you accept it by faith? Once you get it, you can’t lose it. Jesus said, I give them [My sheep] eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand…or My Father’s hand” (John 10:28, 29). If you haven’t received it yet, will you accept it right now? The Apostle John wrote, But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name” (John 1:12). If you have received God’s gift of eternal life by faith, will you share the Good News concerning Christ with others who need Him so desperately?

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            Poems. Who reads them anymore? Maybe you should. The one below touched my soul and might have a positive effect on your life too. It’s hard to imagine that this one was written in 1932 by a pastor in Mississippi named A. M. Overton, who had a wife and three small children. His wife was pregnant with their fourth child but when it came time for delivery, there were complications and both she and the baby died.

            Mistake? During the funeral service, the officiating Pastor noticed A. O. Overton writing something on a piece of paper. So after the service was over he asked him about it, and he (Overton) handed him the paper with a poem he had just written which he titled, “He Maketh No Mistake.”

            “My Father’s way may twist and turn, / My heart may throb and ache, / But in my soul I’m glad I know / He maketh no mistake.

            “My cherished plans may go astray, / My hopes may fade away, / But still I’ll trust my Lord to lead / For He doth know the way.

            “Tho’ night be dark and it may seem / That day will never break; / I’ll put my faith, my all in him, / He maketh no mistake.

            “There’s so much now I cannot see / My eyesight’s far too dim; / But come what may, I’ll simply trust / And leave it all to Him.

            “For by and by the mist will lift / And plain it all He’ll make, / Through all the way, tho’ dark to me, / He made not one mistake.” – By A. M. Overton

            What If? I wander if any of us would feel this way if such a thing were to happen to us. The patriarch Job said, “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him” (Job 13:15). He thought it was God who was making his life miserable. But we know that the devil was responsible for Job’s afflictions and pains (Job 1, 2). God permitted His servant to suffer to prove to the devil that some of His loyal servants will be true to God no matter what happens to them. The Apostle Paul wrote: “For I consider that they sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that shall be revealed in us” (Romans 8:18).

            Be Strong. When the devil attacks you as a Christian, put on the whole armor of God and then resist him and he will flee from you (Ephesians 6:1-17; James 4:7). Do you know how he attacks you and which piece of the armor is designed to counter them? If not, ask us for some help. Don’t let disappointment, discouragement, and doubt bring you down. He has eleven more darts that he throws at us periodically. “Be sober and vigilant” (1 Peter 5:8).

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He, the devil, would love for you to have a self pity party and get you feeling sorry for yourself.  After all, when someone hurts you, your ego gets damaged.  But before you get all bent out of shape and do something that you will later regret, read this poem.  Then let us know how you feel after you’ve read it.

“Today, upon a bus, I saw a lovely girl with golden hair, I envied her…she seemed so gay…and wished I were as fair. When suddenly she rose to leave, I saw her hobble down the aisle; She had one leg and wore a crutch; But as she passed…a smile! Oh, God forgive me when I whine, I have two legs. The world is mine!

“I stopped to buy some candy. The lad who sold it had such charm. I talked with him. He seemed so glad. If I were late ‘twould do no harm. And as I left he said to me, ‘I thank you. You have been so kind. It’s nice to talk with folks like you. You see,’ he said, ‘I’m blind.’  Oh, God, forgive me when I whine, I have two eyes. The world is mine.

“Later, while walking down the street, I saw a child with eyes of blue. He stood and watched the others play. He did not know what to do. I stopped a moment, then I said, ‘Why don’t you join the others, dear?’ He looked ahead without a word, and then I knew he could not hear. Oh, God forgive me when I whine. I have two ears. The world is mine.

“With feet to take me where I’d go, with eyes to see the sunset’s glow, With ears to hear what I would know…Oh, God forgive me when I whine. I’m blessed indeed. The world is mine.” – Author Unknown

Pebble.  Believe it or not, many people all around the world have unbelievable challenges in life that are far more difficult to handle than our “pebble in the shoe” problem.  Sure, it’s not fun to have irritations in life.  But they are designed to develop (in those of us who claim to be Christians) a more Christ like life (James 1:2-4; Galatians 5:22, 23; 2 Corinthians 4:17).

Sandpaper.  Some people and situations are like sandpaper, chisels, hammers, or saws that God can use to shape us into the person He wants us to become.  How are you responding to the adversities in life?  Remember this – You still have the freedom to choose how you will respond to them.

Success.  According to Dr. Charles Stanley, “Success is the continuing achievement of becoming the person God wants you to be and accomplishing the goals God has helped you set.”  God is more concerned about who we are than in what we do.  Unless a person is rightly related to the true and living God, he/she won’t be doing things that are well pleasing to God (2 Corinthians 5:9).  In fact, all man’s good deeds, done independently of God, are nothing more than stinking rags to God (Isaiah 64:6).

Good Works.  They cannot be offered up to God as payment for our deliverance from hell to heaven.  Our salvation is by grace alone, through faith in the Christ of the Scriptures alone (John 14:6; Acts 4:12).  It is not of works lest any of us should boast (Ephesians 2:8, 9).  Once saved, we can/should do good works to demonstrate our faith to others (Ephesians 2:10; James 1:22; 2:18; 1 Peter 4:10).  Do you know how to discover what it is that He planned beforehand for you to do?

R.I.P.  Perhaps you’ve seen these letters on a tombstone.  They stand for “Rest In Peace.”  When I see them, I often wonder if that person is truly resting in peace.  Where will you go when you die?  The Scriptures give believers assurance of a home in heaven.

Good News.  “Christ died for our sins…and rose again bodily on the third day.”  “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved.”  If you haven’t placed your faith in Him alone for your salvation, why not do so right now?

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