Connected to Christ – April 30, 2018

“I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. If anyone does not remain in me, he is like a branch that is thrown away and withers; such branches are picked up, thrown into the fire and burned. If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be given you. This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.”
John 15:5-8

Connected to Christ


Daily Devotion – April 30, 2018

Devotion based on John 15:5-8

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You know the feeling. It is a feeling of panic. Your heart skips a beat. Your mind screams, “This can’t be happening! Not now!” But it IS happening. Your phone’s battery is down to one percent. Whatever will you do?

As useful as cell phones are and as much as they are able to do for us, without being recharged they will run out of power. And when they do, they go from being powerful and useful devices to a rather useless hunk of plastic, metal, and glass. Without power, a phone is less useful than a decent doorstop.

That’s essentially what Jesus said about US if we are not plugged into HIM. Instead of a cell phone, he uses the picture of a grapevine. He called himself the vine and each of us a branch. Unless a branch is connected to the vine, it does not receive the nutrients it needs. It will die. But if it is connected to the vine, it receives what it needs and can produce bunches of beautiful grapes.

When we are connected to Jesus and his Word, our souls are fed. And we produce remarkable fruits of faith. We are more patient, kind, generous, and forgiving. Jesus’ love flows into us and out to others.

Think again about your phone. Think of all the wonderful things it can do when it is charged. Hundreds of apps doing hundreds of useful things. Now imagine yourself, charged with Jesus’ love, patience, and forgiveness and applying that love, patience, and forgiveness to others—your own “apps” as it were. But only when you are connected to him.

May God, in his mercy, keep us connected to Christ!

Prayer:
Lord Jesus, I know that without you I am nothing and I have no hope; without you I would die. But by your mercy and power you have connected me to you—the true vine. Keep me connected to you and your Word so that I might bear abundant fruit, today and always. Amen.

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Through Christ Alone – April 29, 2018

“I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. He will come in and go out and find pasture.”
John 10:9

Through Christ Alone


Daily Devotion – April 29, 2018

Devotion based on John 10:9

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“I just don’t know. I’ll have to think about it some more.” That was all John could say. He wasn’t sure if he could agree with what Paul had told him.

Paul had just told his friend about the way to heaven. He wanted to make sure John knew it was only through Jesus that he could be saved. This concerned John and made him ask, “Then, what about everyone who doesn’t believe in Jesus? Will God exclude good, moral people if they don’t believe?”

The debate still lingers. People like John still feel there are various ways to enter heaven. However, Jesus reveals something completely different. There is only one way to enter heaven, and that is through him. When he says, “I am the gate,” there are only two things which can happen. The door into heaven will be opened, or the door will be closed, and the only way the door will be opened is through Jesus Christ.

In spite of what Jesus says, there is still the desperate hope other alternatives exist. I may even hope there are other ways which God would find acceptable. Unfortunately, everything else fails because entry is only through Christ alone.

Jesus is the only way because he did what was needed for me, and all people, to enter heaven. Jesus offered his Father the perfect obedient life which was demanded, and which I could never live. Jesus paid his Father the complete price which was required, and which I could never pay.

Without Jesus I may desire to be in heaven, but I will never enter it. This is why I need to look to Jesus alone. He makes it possible for me to come into heaven where he gladly welcomes me. Then I will have everything I need and will live in never-ending joy. How blessed I am to know that I am saved through Christ alone!

Prayer:
O dearest Jesus, my Lord and my Savior, you have provided the way to heaven, and you have called me through your word to enter eternal life. Give me the faith I need to trust that I am saved through you alone. Amen.

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Patience – April 28, 2018

The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.
2 Peter 3:9

Patience


Daily Devotion – April 28, 2018

Devotion based on 2 Peter 3:9

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She was a picture of patience as little Johnny pushed her buttons.
“Mommy, I want to ride in the cart.”
“Mommy, can I get that bike?”
“Mommy, why can’t I get that bike?”
“Mommy, I want out of the cart.”
“Mommy, can we go home?”
“Mommy, why can’t we go home now?”
“Mommy, I want to ride in the cart.”
“Mommy, I want some candy.”
“Mommy, why can’t I have some candy?”

Through it all, she didn’t get angry. She didn’t speak harshly. She gently responded to each request. She tenderly answered each question. She was the perfect picture of patience.

Now, maybe you’re a mother and as you read this you say to yourself, “I wish I were like that. I need more patience!” Who doesn’t say that from time to time? “I need to be more patient.”

But how do we learn patience?

We learn it from the one who truly is the perfect picture of patience. We learn from the Lord who “is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.”

We learn true patience when we understand how patient God is with us.

If you made a big mistake at work, your boss might fire you. If you made that same big mistake at work day after day, your boss would definitely fire you. Think of God as your boss. In life we make the same mistakes day after day. God should fire us!

But he doesn’t. He is patient with us. Day after day he sees our mistakes. Day after day he sees our sins. And day after day he forgives us. He doesn’t hold them against us.

How can he be so patient? He doesn’t want to fire us; he wants to spend eternity with us! So he sent his Son, Jesus, to take our sins away from us. So he is patient with us today. He will be patient with us tomorrow. He will be patient with us always.

Prayer:
Heavenly Father, I praise you for the great patience you have for me, a sinner. Inspire me with your forgiveness through Jesus to be patient with others. Amen.

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Resurrection Reality – April 27, 2018

Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep. For since death came through a man, the resurrection of the dead comes also through a man. For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive. But each in his own turn: Christ, the firstfruits; then, when he comes, those who belong to him.
1 Corinthians 15:20-23

Resurrection Reality


Daily Devotion – April 27, 2018

Devotion based on 1 Corinthians 15:20-23

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“Tell me again, when exactly does my soul go to heaven, and when will my ‘fallen asleep’ body be ‘awakened’?” These realities are revealed in God’s Word. The truth is known as all passages are interpreted in the light of the rest of Scripture and all totally agree.

Today’s verses from God’s Word point out that “death” came into the perfectly created world when Adam disobeyed God. Death is essentially the separation of people from God caused by sin. There are three separations that the Bible calls “death.”

“Spiritual death” is separation from the one true God. It is the absence of saving faith; it is unbelief, idolatry. God told Adam, “When you eat of it [the forbidden fruit] you will surely die,” and Adam and Eve did die spiritually. (See Genesis 2:17; 3:7-12.) But by the grace of God they believed the promise of a Savior. The Holy Spirit’s gift of faith is “spiritual life.” It is a living and active trust in the Triune God and in Jesus the Son as the Messiah, the only Savior from sin’s just punishment.

“Physical death” is the temporary separation of the soul from the body. At death, the body remains on earth to be interred and the soul (the person) goes immediately to heaven or to hell by the just verdict of God. (See Hebrews 9:27.) The bodies of all the dead, believers and unbelievers, will be raised at the Last Day to reunion with their souls. That is resurrection reality. (See Acts 24:15)

“Eternal death” is separation from God in the everlasting torment awaiting all sinners who have not trusted in Jesus as the only way to heaven. (See John 3:16-18; 14:6)

In today’s reading, the apostle Paul addresses Christians, people spiritually alive with faith in Jesus. He writes about physical death. First, Jesus’ risen body, alive again Easter morning, proves that his life and death were accepted by the Father as payment for the sins of all mankind. Jesus conquered death! So he says, “Because I live, you also will live” (John 14:19).

Jesus rose as the “first-fruit,” like Israel’s “first-fruit” offering to God before the rest of harvest was gathered. It will be your body’s “turn” on the Last Day when all departed believers’ bodies will rise as the resurrection “harvest.” Then, with body and soul gloriously reunited, we will join believers still alive, and instantly transformed (1 Corinthians 15:51-52), to live eternally in “a new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness.” (See 2 Peter 3:13.) That’s the reality! Praise God!

Prayer:
Father, help me see the dark realities of death in the shining reality of my risen Savior, Jesus. Amen.

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A Close Call – April 26, 2018

If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile; you are still in your sins.
1 Corinthians 15:17

A Close Call


Daily Devotion – April 26, 2018

Devotion based on 1 Corinthians 15:17

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A man made a really big mistake when he was hunting a couple of years ago. While climbing up into his tree stand he failed to follow basic safety protocol. He did not unload his gun. Somehow, as he was hauling it up into the tree, the gun discharged, firing a bullet within inches of his face.

It was definitely a close call. Just a few inches over and the story would have been a terribly tragic one. His family would have been devastated. His wife would be a widow, and his youngest child would have never been born.

Fortunately, those tragic results are only hypothetical because the bullet sailed harmlessly past. Now instead of tragic heartbreak, his family has an astonishing, albeit scary, story to tell.

Jesus’ resurrection from the dead is an astonishing story. He died, and his lifeless body was prepared for the grave and placed in a tomb. Then he came alive again!

If he hadn’t, if his body is still in the tomb, the results for us would be unimaginably tragic. Everything Christians believe would be worthless. Even worse than that—we would still be immersed in our sins, and the eternal punishment we deserve for them would be unavoidable.
Thankfully, those horrific results are only hypothetical, and it wasn’t even really a close call. There was never any question as to whether or not Jesus would rise. That had been God’s promise all along. Jesus clearly told his disciples that he would rise from the grave three days after his death, and that is exactly what he did.

Since Jesus is alive, our faith is not worthless. It is firmly placed in our God who keeps his promises and is so powerful that he can even overcome death. Since Jesus is alive, we are no longer in our sins. The One who gave his life as the payment for everything we have ever done wrong was no ordinary man. He is God himself, which means that his sacrifice was valuable enough to pay for our sins and the sins of the entire world.

Prayer:
Jesus, my Savior, your resurrection from the dead is the single most important event in the history of our world. Help me to know and believe that it is true and fill my heart with joy because of the truly amazing results that are mine: a sure foundation for my faith and sins that are removed eternally. In your name I ask it. Amen.

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More Than Just Facts – April 25, 2018

All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but they shared everything they had. With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus, and much grace was upon them all.
Acts 4:32-33

More Than Just Facts


Daily Devotion – April 25, 2018

Devotion based on Acts 4:32-33

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The purpose of Christianity is not just learning Bible trivia. It’s not about knowing all the right answers to every theological question. God is not primarily interested in growing your head but moving your heart to action.

That’s what we see in the early Christian church. After Jesus rose from the dead and ascended into heaven, Christians regularly gathered to learn the teachings of Jesus. But they didn’t stop there. The good news about Jesus moved them to action. The message of Jesus filled them with such spiritual riches that they were moved by God’s love to share all their physical possessions with others.

Certainly, God was doing something special in the early Christian church. But I wonder, is there something we are missing? Why don’t we see more examples of such dedication among us today?

Maybe we have forgotten how good the good news really is. Maybe we have reduced the resurrection of Jesus to just theological facts. Maybe we have been too concerned about growing our heads, that we have neglected our hearts.

Let the word of Christ dwell deep in your heart. Let the love of God melt away all your guilt and shame. Let the power of Jesus’ resurrection lead you to live a new life today. Let the facts of Jesus be so heavy in your life that they drop from your head down to your heart, so God’s grace might powerfully work in us all.

Prayer:
Come Holy Spirit, renew our hearts and kindle in us the fire of your love. Amen.

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You are a Child of God, Right Now! – April 24, 2018

How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him. Dear friends, now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when he appears, we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is.
1 John 3:1-2

You are a Child of God, Right Now!


Daily Devotion – April 24, 2018

Devotion based on 1 John 3:1-2

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Can you picture yourself enjoying heaven right now? Can you picture yourself forever free from all sadness, grief, sickness, or pain? Looking into God’s eyes and seeing your Savior face-to-face? Serving God perfectly, with no more sin ever getting in the way? And can you picture yourself as a perfect child of God, standing before your perfect Father in his perfect heaven, experiencing nothing but joy, gladness, happiness, and peace that will never end?

Maybe you can’t picture all that because right now is filled with so much that is confusing, jumbled up, and messy. Maybe you can’t because right now is clouded by turmoil, pain, fears, doubts, questions, and worries. It seems like everything you see and experience is about as far away from a perfect life, in a perfect heaven as you can possibly imagine.

In a sinful world, it is easy for children of God to feel like that, and even feel like they aren’t children of God at all. That is why the words of the apostle John are so comforting. He reminds us that our status before God doesn’t depend on how we are feeling or how things are going in life right now—good or bad. Instead, our status before God depends solely on what God has declared us to be.

So, what has God declared us to be? “How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God!” God has declared us to be his children through the forgiving work of Jesus, his Son. Not might be, could be, or will be someday. God says, “That is what we are!”

Thanks to the saving work of Jesus, we are children of God right now. We already experience so many of the blessings that come along with being his children—the strength and desire to say “No” to sin, the peace of sins forgiven, the joy of our salvation, and the certain hope of eternal life.

All these blessings, and so many more, are already ours right now, even in the midst of turmoil, pain, fears, doubts, questions, and worries that cloud this sinful life. God’s blessings will continue to be ours right up until the day our perfect heavenly Father takes us to join him as his perfect children in his perfect heaven.

Oh, how great is the love the Father has lavished on us!

Prayer:
Dear Father in heaven, there is no greater status we could enjoy than to be your very own children. Thank you for making us so, through the work of your Son. Grant us the joy of living as your children until the day you bring us to be with you in heaven. Amen.

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Our Good Shepherd – April 23, 2018

“I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the shepherd who owns the sheep. So when he sees the wolf coming, he abandons the sheep and runs away. Then the wolf attacks the flock and scatters it. The man runs away because he is a hired hand and cares nothing for the sheep. I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me—just as the Father knows me and I know the Father—and I lay down my life for the sheep. I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to my voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd. The reason my Father loves me is that I lay down my life—only to take it up again. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have authority to lay it down and authority to take it up again. This command I received from my Father.”
John 10:11-18

Our Good Shepherd


Daily Devotion – April 23, 2018

Devotion based on John 10:11-18

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The Bible is full of wonderful pictures that show us who Jesus is: he is the Light of the world and the Lamb of God. He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. He is the vine. He is the friend of sinners.

But there is perhaps no more loved picture of Jesus than what we see in John 10. Twice Jesus calls himself the “Good Shepherd.” Many pieces of art depict our Savior and his sheep. Whether it is Jesus lovingly taking the lambs in his arms or vigilantly watching over the lambs gathered nearby, there is something tremendously comforting in that picture. Scripture is filled with references to the relationship between the sheep and the Shepherd and the message is clear: Jesus is there for us. He keeps us safe. He cares for us and supplies our need. He leads us home.

Is there a part of us that balks at that relationship? At times we like to think that we are in control and don’t need a Shepherd watching over us 24-7. We think that life would be better if we called the shots without someone looking over our shoulder all the time. We like to think that we are smart enough to handle what comes our way, so we tend to avoid praying to or leaning on our Shepherd.

Truthfully, we are all nothing more than sinful, wayward sheep. Sheep who wander off to do our own thing. Sheep who tend to think we’re doing just fine on our own and don’t fully realize the spiritual danger we are often in. In reality, because of our sins, our Shepherd ought to open the gate and let the wolf have open season on us.

Remarkably, that is not what our Shepherd does. Rather, we are told: “The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.” Our Good Shepherd did not stop at simply giving us some food and taking care of us. He willingly did so much more. He gave his own life in our place and died so that we might live. His sacrifice in our place on the cross has washed away our sins and has opened the gate for us to go in and enjoy the green pastures of eternal life in heaven. As God’s forgiven people, we are happy to admit that we need a Shepherd and we are thankful to have one who loves as much as Jesus does.

Prayer:
Dear Savior, thank you for sacrificing yourself in my place and for being my Good Shepherd. Forgive me for the times I take you for granted and please continue to take such good care of me. Amen.

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Money – April 22, 2018

You know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed…, but with the precious blood of Christ.
1 Peter 1:18-19

Money


Daily Devotion – April 22, 2018

Devotion based on 1 Peter 1:18-19

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“There are some things money can’t buy. For everything else there’s MasterCard.” That popular ad of some years ago suggested that the credit card would help us get the things that make life better—things money can buy.

When one stops to think about it, though, there are quite a few things money can’t buy. While it can buy exotic and luxurious vacations, it can’t really make my marriage better or improve my relationship with my kids. It can pay for surgeries and medicines, but there are some illnesses that surgery and medicine can’t heal. It can make me very popular, but it can’t buy me true friendship.

Money also can’t buy a clear conscience and provide peace with God. It cannot purchase the certainty of life in heaven after I die. No, all the riches in the world can’t buy me one ounce of freedom from a guilty conscience or from the fear of dying.

For these crucial things that money can’t buy, there is Jesus. His blood was the full payment for our freedom from guilt, fear, and death. The Bible teaches: “You know that it was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed…, but with the precious blood of Christ.”

Imagine you are about to be executed—deservedly so—for crimes you have committed. Imagine being locked in a prison cell, waiting for the end. Then your brother walks into that prison and takes your place. He dies and you go free because your sentence is carried out on your innocent brother. He purchased (redeemed) your life with his.

Come back to reality. All people are sinners and deserved to die eternally. But Jesus, the perfect Son of God, came from heaven to take our place. He bore the punishment our sins had earned so that we could be free from the prison of eternal death. When the debt of our sin was far beyond our ability to pay, in love he paid that debt with his own blood at Calvary’s cross.

Money’s great. But there are some things money can’t buy, such as a relationship with God. This is a free gift of God’s love, paid for with the precious blood of Jesus.

Prayer:
Joy, hope and comfort is mine, Savior Jesus, knowing that my sins are forgiven and my relationship with God is restored by the blood that you shed on the cross. Keep the pleasures and treasures of this life from replacing my reliance on your great work of redemption. Amen.

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The Language of Home – April 21, 2018

Live your lives as strangers here.
1 Peter 1:17

The Language of Home


Daily Devotion – April 21, 2018

Devotion based on 1 Peter 1:17

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It’s said that, many years ago, in England, there was a circus elephant by the name of Bozo. Bozo was gentle and friendly. Children and their families would come from all around so they could feed him peanuts, admire his size, and enjoy his personality. One day, however, something changed in Bozo. He was not himself. An examination revealed that there did not appear to be anything wrong with him physically. He was neither injured nor sick. Nevertheless, it was clear that something was wrong.

It was then that a small man stepped out of the crowd. He told the manager that he thought he knew what the problem was. With the manager’s permission, the man stepped right up to the elephant and began speaking to him in very soft tones. Almost immediately, Bozo returned to his old, happy self. He wagged his massive head in delight. He even wrapped his trunk around the small man’s waist.

The manager, of course, could not wait to find out what had just happened. As the small man walked away from the elephant, he explained to the manager what he had done. “This elephant is from India,” he said, “and none of you spoke his language.” And there it was. The elephant was homesick. All he needed was to hear the sounds of the language of home.

As Christians, you and I stay in this fallen world for just a little while, and then we go home. When we forget that however—when we instead get caught up in all the distractions of this temporary journey—then it’s easy to lose sight of who we are. Then it’s easy to lose sight of why we are here and where we are going.

When that happens, it’s time for you and me to hear the language of home.

The language of home is the voice of Jesus. The language of home is the Word of God. It cleanses our hearts in the blood of Calvary. It embraces us in the Lord’s forgiveness. It gives us peace of mind and heart. It empowers us to remember the joy of what we have and the joy of who we are. That is what the language of home does for us.

Prayer:
Lord Jesus, at those times when I drift in the details of this temporary world, speak to me in the language of home. Speak to me in your Word. Refresh me in the joy I have in you. Amen.

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