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How to Renew Your Mind / God’s Word

Sermon of the Day

How to Renew Your Mind, Part 2


Psalm 119: 1,9-11,97-98,101-105 NIV

Blessed are those whose ways are blameless,
    who walk according to the law of the Lord.

How can a young person stay on the path of purity?
    By living according to your word.
10 I seek you with all my heart;
    do not let me stray from your commands.
11 I have hidden your word in my heart
    that I might not sin against you.

97 Oh, how I love your law!
    I meditate on it all day long.
98 Your commands are always with me
    and make me wiser than my enemies.
101 I have kept my feet from every evil path
    so that I might obey your word.
102 I have not departed from your laws,
    for you yourself have taught me.
103 How sweet are your words to my taste,
    sweeter than honey to my mouth!
104 I gain understanding from your precepts;
    therefore I hate every wrong path.

105 Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path.

Good Morning Men. I hope and pray all of you are doing well and growing closer to the Lord. That is one of my prayers for each of you, that you would desire God like never before. Alongside being better husbands, better fathers and better men. Praise the Lord. I also wanted to apologize for the inconsistency in the emails over the last two months or so. Rather than bore you with my reasons, I just thank you for your prayers and patience in this abnormally busy season in my life.

The other morning I was listening to the above sermon that I attached. It really struck a few chords in me, and filled my sails with some well needed wind and encouraged me. It also really encouraged me to share a little bit of my journey in my desire for God’s amazing Word.

The above verses are a few of my favorite verses from Psalm 119. This chapter is all about the Word of God, and the love, respect and direction the Psalmist yearns for from God’s Word.

V 1 – How is it possible to walk according to the law of the Lord, or in other words, the Bible? I think it is pretty simple, we gotta know it. In order to know it we have to spend time reading it, meditating on what we read and continually praying for God to help us understand it.

Then how do we make our way blameless, or in other words have good fruit in our lives? We have that answer in this verse, right? Those who walk according to God’s Word. So we not only gotta read it, seek understanding from the Holy Spirit, then we have to be willing to apply it in our lives. If there is no application than it is just head knowledge, which is completely useless.

V 9-11 – I really love this one because I truly got to see it unfold in my life.

So men, you really gotta ask yourself: where are you now? Where do you want to be? Are there sinful things, habits or situations in your life that are dragging you down?

Well here is a quick road map: live according to God’s Word, seek Him with all your heart, don’t stray from God’s Word – in other words love others, do what is right even when no one is looking. Then we hide God’s Word in our hearts, in other words we memorize and make His Word truly a part of who we are and how we think.

Men please don’t get this twisted either, Christianity and your walk with Jesus is not about do’s and don’ts; right or wrong. It is so much more than that. However for those of us that seem to be stuck and stunted in our growth 9 times out of 10 it is a sin issue. That sin may be connected to other sins. Once we can get over these initial road blocks (sin blocks) we can start to deepen our relationship with Christ. This needs to be seen as an on-going thing. We are sinful by nature, so its not a conquer once and move on kind of deal. Its a life long journey of overcoming in Christ.

V 103,105 – How does God’s Word become sweeter than honey to our mouth? Do you even want that? If your answer to the second question is yes, Praise the Lord. That is a tremendous blessing that you desire that and my prayer is that you don’t ever let that fade. Personally my Bible reading journey starting out of a desire to read through the entire Bible some 9 or 10 years ago. All I wanted was to read through the entire Bible, so I made it a discipline to read everyday. I didn’t remember much, many parts were honestly not that exciting. But I stuck to it. The discipline that was needed to start, created a love that was needed to sustain.

I am not sure where you are in your journey with Christ, but I am pretty sure every single one of us could use more time in God’s Word.

What is stopping you from spending time in God’s Word? What do you have control over?

If you truly desire to know God and have a deep intimate relationship with Him spend time in His Word. Let His Word be a lamp to your feet and a light for your path. Life is much easier when you can see where your going.

If you do not quite have this desire to know God this way, maybe your still unsure of this whole God thing. Check out these verses below:

John 3:16 NIV

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

Have you ever loved complete strangers this much? Have you ever thought about giving your children so the world could be saved? Didn’t think so. This is radical love that you and I have no concept of. If you really think about this kind of love God has for you it should stop you in your tracks.

Ephesians 2:10 NLT

For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.

You are a masterpiece that God created long ago, in fact some translations say before the foundations of the earth was laid. You, yes you were created for amazing things in Christ. When you realize how much God truly loves you, and that sinks deep into your heart. Your life will never be the same as you pursue His Word.

May the Lord bless you and keep you and shine His face upon you all.

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Freedom from People Pleasing / Radical Love

Sermon of the Day: 

Freedom From People Pleasing 


Romans 5:8 NIV

You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

 

Good Morning Men. I hope and pray all of you are doing well in the Lord. There are tons of personal battles being fought out there by many of you. My hope is that this message will bring you back to who you are as person and as a man. A man who was created to be more than a conqueror, destined to live from victory and on purpose.

The above verse defines and describes a love that is so radical and so out of this world.

Truly out of this world love! Men please do me a favor and slowly re-read the above verse a few times.

Is that absolutely radical or what?

I know that many of us would give your life for something or someone who was very noble, righteous or dear to our hearts. However how many would die for anyone? Or everyone? Or how about people you know that are going to despise and mock your life?

Let me give you a little background on who God is from scripture. First of all God hates sin and we are all sinners by birth.

1 John 1:5 NIV

This is the message we have heard from him and proclaim to you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.

That is a powerful statement. No darkness at all! I just read a verse the other day that said: no one is righteous, not even one (Romans 3:10). Look at what Isaiah says about our so-called righteousness.

Isaiah 64:6 NIV

All of us have become like one who is unclean,
    and all our righteous acts are like filthy rags;
we all shrivel up like a leaf…

So in other words everything we do on our own merit and strength that we consider to be righteous, God views it as filthy rags!

So I hope you get a little snap shot of how much God hates and despises sin and self-righteousness. Or in other words how we all have a tendency to act. Sinful and self-righteous for starters.

However, through this all God says I will send my son Son for you. This love is so radical, words from human hands really have no way to describe the depth of this love from God. It is so fascinating and heart warming to think of how God loves us. Whether in the midst of sin or before sin takes place, Abba Father, Daddy looks at us and says I Love You No Matter What! God says through His Words that you mean so much to me that I am willing to look past all sin. I love you so much , you are so worth everything I have to offer. In fact, nothing else could show how much I love you except this:

John 3:16 NLT

“For this is how God loved the world: He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.

This type of love makes me want more of God, it makes me desire a deeper more authentic relationship with Him. I want God to be a bigger part of my life, I need Him to be a bigger part of my life. I want to make more time for Him, to learn from Him and about in Him through time in prayer and time in His Word. I want to surround myself with men that have this same desire and want to do something about it in the way they live everyday.

Men think about Gods love for you. This type of radical love was designed to attract us more than anything else this world has to offer. This love is designed to fill every void we have in our hearts. This love is meant to bring you life and life abundantly with joy in every season. Know that you are loved by God and that He desires you to know Him and love Him with all your heart, soul and strength.

When Kings Fail – Compromise / Tests

Sermon of the Day:

When Kings Fail – Compromise 


1 Chronicles 29:17 NIV

17 I know, my God, that you test the heart and are pleased with integrity…

 

Good Morning Men.

The above verse jumped out at me the other day, tests and integrity have always been fascinating topics. However the season that I have been in for a few years really makes this verse alive for me personally. My thoughts are that many of you may have similar questions of why certain things are the way the are in your life.

First of all, how many of us love being tested?

I don’t know about you guys but my first thought and feeling is hesitancy. I am hesitant towards a test. Why? Well could be a number of reasons, like fear of failure, failure would lead to shame. There also has been experiences in my life where tests have been by peers that were setup to see me fail. Those are a few reasons why I feel hesitant when I think of being tested.

Then there is God’s test.

This is a different test because first and foremost God loves each and every one of us so much that He gave His one and only Son to die a horrifying death so that you and I could find forgiveness and eternal life in Him (John 3:16). No greater love has anyone shown than this kind of love, to lay down his life for a friend (John 15:13) . God loves us so much that He chose us in Him before the foundations of the world were made (Ephesians 1:4). When your loved like this, a test is going to be for your greatest good.

Why do we need to be tested?

According to God’s infallible word the heart of man is deceptively wicked (Jeremiah 17:9), and that the heart of man is continually wicked and evil (Genesis 6:5). So when left up to our own choices, feelings and decisions our hearts will lead us astray. This is definitely contrary to society and will never be viewed as popular. However not sure about you guys but I’m going to listen to God’s Word before I listen to the voices in the news, in the media and in society as a whole.

With a wicked heart we need testing. We need refinement. God also knows we cannot live lives of integrity without His testing or refinement.

Look at what the Psalmist says:

Psalm 66:10

For you, God, tested us;
    you refined us like silver.

When silver is burned with fire the impurities would be removed. What was left was the purest of silver. That is what God wants from you and I. God wants to test us, to remove the junk and impurity within our hearts and minds. That is why we are to be transformed by the renewing of our minds so we do not conform to the ways of this world (Romans 12:2). Rather we become Christlike in the way we think, act and love others.

Tests will come in all shapes and sizes. Some of them will be obvious and easy to recognize. Others will be blended and disguised. Our job as men in Christ, as husbands as fathers is to desire a pure heart. To live as men of character and integrity. To be willing to do what is right not just when others are watching, but more importantly when no one is watching.

The things we say, the things we do, the people we associate with will put us in situations were these tests may be more challenging than they need to be. So make the right choices, get around the right people, get filled with the spiritual food of God’s Word each day. Put on the full armor of God. Seek God wholeheartedly be willing to give up things that lead to death, and grab a hold of things that lead to life. Life abundantly in Christ.

No matter who you are, you are influencing people. Someone is watching your example and you are either leaving a good example for them to follow or a bad example that they will follow. Or they will choose not to follow and you lose their respect which could be devastating if that person is your son or daughter.

Please know that God loves you so much and wants a deeper more intimate, genuine, authentic relationship with you. Seek Him, spend time with Him, He is so worth it.

God Bless you all.

 

Waiting for God to Move / Faith is Action

Sermon of the Day: 

Waiting for God to Move


Matthew 13:12 NIV

Whoever has will be given more, and they will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what they have will be taken from them.

 

Good Morning Men. I hope all is well with you in the Lord leading into this week which has amazing potential and breakthrough for you. Just remember that the quality of your life and ministry (which could be your family or work or anything else) depends on the quality of time you spend with the Lord. So make it count.

Today’s verse comes from arguably one of the key chapters to the Gospel of Matthew, according to Bible Scholars. The above verse comes right in the middle of the parable of the sower. Without going to far down that path, the context of our verse is about hearing, listening and receiving the gospel of Jesus Christ.

After reading a few commentaries I really believe this concept is foundational for spiritual growth. I also believe this precept is directly related to life, here in the physical world. I also believe there is a connection to parenting. Just as a reminder that there is only one translation of scripture however there can be endless application that comes from each verse.

When it comes to spiritual growth, those that hunger for truth, and labor for it will find it. God has promised that and illustrated that all through scripture. When it comes to the things in this world, whatever we pursue we will find and be given increase in that pursuit. Obviously these pursuits could lead to negative consequences but the principle still remains. Then there is the challenge of parenting, I say the challenge because as a father of three if I have learned anything about parenting. Nobody has it mastered, and nobody ever will, but we can definitely do some things that produce great fruits and great headaches.

As parents we need to learn to hold the same line as Jesus. Jesus could have hand fed everyone truths and done miracles to please everyone; He did not. Jesus said seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened. In other words have faith (and faith is an action word). As a Christian we must earn our keep, work hard, pursue truth, and pursue greatness. Whether it is to buy a home for our family or to grow in the fruits of the spirit (Galatians 5:22-23). How many biblical heroes were handed a free lunch their entire life? As we labor more, more is given and the abundance will happen.

So obviously the flip side is what Jesus says; if you don’t have the little you have will be taken away. Look at the hard-hearted, stingy and rebellious in this world. The things that matter most in this life do not exist with this group. The same is true for our desire and action to know God, the more we ignore it we run the risk of sin consuming our lives and losing that little desire still remaining inside of us.

Men we must have ears to hear, eyes to see and hearts that receive or in other words be sensitive to the spiritual things in God’s Word. God longs for each and every one of us to know Him intimately. God loves us so much that He gave His only Son to pay the ultimate price for you and me. So that we may find forgiveness of our sins, that we can repent and turn to Him and have eternal life. We just gotta do our part, and our part is to pursue Him. Let me share a few verses that have groundbreaking promises but do require faith as an action word on our part.

Jeremiah 29:13 ESV

You will seek me and find me, when you seek me with all your heart.

Matthew 7:7-8

7 “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened.

Jeremiah 33:3 ESV

Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.

My prayer is this message came at the right time for each of you. Just remember that God’s timing is very different from our expectations of our situations. Trust in His timing, grow in patience and endurance as you labor to know Him and make Him known by how you live, talk and act.

Lets be men of faith. Men that take action in our marriages, in our parenting, in our everyday living in pursuing our goals and dreams so that tomorrow can be eternally brighter and better for everyone that crosses our paths.

How to Benefit From the Bible / Man Lives by Every Word

Sermon of the Day: 

How to Benefit From the Bible – A


Deuteronomy 8:3

And he humbled you and let you hunger and fed you with manna, which you did not know, nor did your fathers know, that he might make you know that man does not live by bread alone, but man lives by every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord.

Good Morning Men.

 

I was working on this email for about a half an hour when I checked Pastor David Guzik’s commentary and realized this verse had way to much nuggets and goodness to pass over. I just copied his commentary for this verse rather then lose any of the power written and expressed here.

Enjoy.

David Guzik commentary; Blue Letter Bible, Study Guide for Deuteronomy 8. Reference link.

a. So He humbled you: All of God’s education begins here. Some never even make it past this first essential step. If we are not humble and not teachable, there is then no point to the rest of any of God’s education.

b. Allowed you to hunger, and fed you manna: The next grade of God’s education is total dependence on the LORD. Israel had to rely on God beyond their own knowledge (which you did not know), and beyond their own ability.

c. That He might make you know that man shall not live by bread alone: In the negative, this was the lesson God wanted them to learn. In the positive, they had to learn that man lives by every word that proceeds from the mouth of the LORD. Sadly, many still live by bread alone, living only for material things, for what can be bought or sold or earned or possessed materially.

i. This statement is a command; but it is also a simple statement of fact: man shall not live by bread alone. You may exist by material things alone, but you will not live. Anyone thinking they live for bread alone is actually one of the living dead.

ii. Some don’t live by God’s word because they fight with God’s word: “The worst impliment with which you can knock a man down, is the Bible; it is intended for us to live upon, – not to be the weapon of our controversies, but our daily food, upon which we rejoice to live.” (Spurgeon)

iii. We live by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God, not by every feeling we experience. “You have never received spiritual life by your own feelings. It was when you believed God’s Word that you lived; and you will never get an increase of spiritual life, and grow in grace, by your own feelings or your own doings. It must still be by your believing the promises and feeding on the Word.” (Spurgeon)

iv. It is the word of God that is our food and substance, and not our own dreams or imaginations. If you are more excited about some dream or vision than you are about God’s word, then something is wrong. The prophet who has a dream, let him tell a dream; And he who has My word, let him speak My word faithfully. What is the chaff to the wheat?” says the LORD. (Jeremiah 23:28)

v. We live by every word: “In places where they cut diamonds, they sweep up the dust, because the very dust of diamonds is valuable; and in the Word of God, all the truth is so precious that the very tiniest truth, if there be such a thing, is still diamond dust, and is unspeakably precious.” (Spurgeon)

vi. Find life in every word that proceeds from the mouth of the LORD! “Oh, keep to the Word, my brothers! Keep to it as God’s Word, and as coming out of his mouth. Suck it down into your soul; you cannot have too much of it. Feed on it day and night, for thus will God make you to live the life that is life indeed.” (Spurgeon)

May God richly bless all of you with a desire for His Word.

Where Did The Bible Come From / Do Not Turn Aside

Sermon of the Day:

Where Did the Bible Come From – A 


1 Samuel 12:20-22 ESV

20 And Samuel said to the people, “Do not be afraid; you have done all this evil. Yet do not turn aside from following the Lord, but serve the Lord with all your heart. 21 And do not turn aside after empty things that cannot profit or deliver, for they are empty. 22 For the Lord will not forsake his people, for his great name’s sake, because it has pleased the Lord to make you a people for himself.

Good Morning Men. I hope this message finds you well in the Lord.

As a side note, to be well in the Lord means that we all have challenges and issues. Yet, when your anchored in Christ the storms of life will not capsize your faith, rather you will cling to God. Knowing that the testing of your faith will produce steadfastness, perseverance, endurance, patience, maturity or inner peace (depending on your translation of James 1).

The setting of 1 Samuel 1 is the Israelite’s are back into a rebellious time of their cycle. For those of you that don’t know, God’s chosen people the Israelite’s were always in a constant cycle of rebellion and repentance. This time their rebellion was because God the Father has been their king and leader. However the people wanted a human king. This was due to a lack of trust that they had in God, they wanted a human to see and follow everyday. Rather then keep focused on God and (at this time) the law and the commandments they were to follow.

Samuel is the priest and prophet over the people at this time so he is their connection to God. The people have asked against all warning and concern by Samuel for a King. So Samuel honored their request and in his anger towards this request God will grant it. God was angry about this request because it was a direct breach of their trust in Him. All the miracles, all the revivals, all the deliverance have been forgotten and the stubborn rebellious hearts we have as humans were allowed to prevail.

We must be careful what we adamantly ask for with God. Although God knew a king was not the best for His people, he honored their request.

The same goes for us today, we may pray for a different situation, but God may have us right were He wants us. Our faith is to trust Him continually, follow His word and know all things work together for good for those who love God and are called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28).

In today’s Christian circles, unfortunately we have lost what having faith really means. Men we must understand that faith is an action word. It is active not passive. Faith doesn’t mean sit around do nothing, hope and pray God will fix your situation. Faith is action and active, it involves us seeking Him wholeheartedly, (Jeremiah 29:13) making the changes in our lives we need to. Whether it is removing obvious sin, digging deeper for hidden sin or being obedient to things or actions steps you know or even think God may be asking you to do.

So the Israelite’s were wrong in asking for a King, in fact Samuel says what they did was evil. However God in His infinite mercy, love and grace says through Samuel, that’s okay; just do not turn aside from following me with all your heart.

In other words, you made a mistake and it’s okay as long as you pick yourself back up. Get on track with your relationship with me, do not pursue or get distracted by empty things. Serve me, follow me and trust me.

When we take a wrong turn in life sometimes the guilt, the shame or just the flat-out sin will keep us from God. However God knows our weaknesses and sinful hearts, He created us. Yes, there are consequences for bad decisions but God says lets pick ourselves up and move forward. Do not turn to empty things like drugs, alcohol, pornography, bitterness, unforgiveness, a stingy heart rather then a generous heart or anything else that keeps you from Me.

Men where ever your are in your life and in your walk, today is a new day. Today can be the day to start moving forward, whether your up to your shoulders in sin or you just need to go home and make things right with the wife after a little blow out. Please don’t fall into the Satan’s trap of self-justification and rationalization of our sins. Turn to God’s Word, let it cut out the junk, then let it fill you with His promises of hope, joy and a life of producing incredible fruit for the Kingdom of God.

Let me close with the following verse:

2 Corinthians 10:17-18 AMP

17 However, “Let him who boasts boast in the Lord.” 18 For it is not he who commends and praises himself who is approved [by God], but it is the one whom the Lord commends and praises.

Why I Believe the Bible / Too Strong and Capable For God

Sermon of the Day: 

Why I Believe the Bible – A


Judges 6:15 NLT 

 “But Lord,” Gideon replied, “how can I rescue Israel? My clan is the weakest in the whole tribe of Manasseh, and I am the least in my entire family!”

Good Morning Men.

The story of Gideon is a powerful and insightful story that really came to life for me the other day. As you can see in the above verse Gideon was nobody special in the eyes of the world. When you get into the context and the setting of Judges 6 you come to see that Gideon was really a little coward. But God called Him.

Gideon tried to use excuses like the verse above and several others. Gideon actually put a few requests into God to actually test Him. As weak and meaningless as the name of Gideon was at the beginning of Judges 6 God used this man to remove the false worship in Israel. God used Gideon and his 300 men to conquer the Midianites, a cruel and oppressive people who were too numerous to count. God used Gideon to remove these enemies so that there was peace in the land for 40 years.

Why did God choose Gideon?

I think Pastor J. Vernon McGee says it best in his commentary on Gideon. Most of us are to strong and capable for God to use.

I don’t know about you men, but that hits me right between the eyes.

When things are going good in life, how often do we take time to pray and thank God for things? Or pray and ask God for guidance or direction? I’m sure we all will have different answers. However lets compare that to when things are going bad. We are struggling with finances, health, or direction in our lives. Don’t we all pray and seek God a little bit more?

When things are good we feel confident and God is an after thought. When we are in our strengths and talents we don’t need to ask for help from God, we got this! Right!?

Unfortunately the is the last place we want to be. God uses the weak things of this world, in fact the bible says God uses the foolish things of this world.

1 Corinthians 1:27-29 ESV

27 But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong; 28 God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, 29 so that no human being might boast in the presence of God. 

Lets be honest we all have certain gifts and talents. We all have a skill set that may set us apart from others and if we can get real transparent here, sometimes that gets to our head. If your like me you may be wondering well how to I get to a place like Gideon where God can use me? Because men not sure if you realize this or not that is why we are here. That is why we exist. God wants to work through us to make His name known to those that don’t know Him.

So first thing is we need genuine humility. Unfortunately humility can be pretty elusive. It’s not something we can just buy at the store and rub it on our bodies and be changed. Humility starts deep on the inside. Humility grows as we learn and apply things from God’s word. It starts with recognizing and acknowledging we are sinners and we need a savior. It continues with applying biblical commands in our life, our marriages and everywhere else, spending time with Jesus and truly desiring to be made into His image more and more. At the core it is really about seeing others more than we see ourselves.

Philippians 2:3-4 ESV

Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.

The opposite of humility is pride. Pride is really a killer and pride is so sneaky and so elusive that we really need to examine our hearts daily. Pride of any type opens the door for sin, sin will totally block any progress and any movement God wants to do through you.

I have added a link below to a powerful article that describes this in such powerful detail I had to share it with you guys. It takes three powerful examples from scripture of men that fell because they became either to strong or to capable for God to use.

Three powerful concepts from this article are: Sin overpowered Samson, outsmarted Solomon and seduced David. Three men far greater than me, yet still fell and ruined many lives including their own. Why would I dare want to think I was the exception?

Men, I hope a few of these points hit home for you. I pray for you and this ministry daily and I pray God will give you a desire to know Him more and make Him known as you grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Have a great week and may God Bless you and shine His face upon you.

 

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