Friday, 20 May 2022

What Ifs into Even Ifs

 

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Even if disaster strikes, keep your eyes on Jesus and trust the grace of God to empower you through every trial of life. Grace is God’s doing and God will do it for you!”

Psalm 119:105
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path 

I think grace is the most profound characteristic of our God’s nature. God is high and exalted. He is our supreme majesty and creator of the vast expanse of the universe. Yet, because of his love for us, his grace has restored our relationship with him after we rejected his holiness and fell into sin. Grace is God’s doing and he did it when he sent Jesus to die for our sins. Grace is God’s doing and he is still doing it in our lives to empower us to live in daily victory. It is the grace of God that turns our what-ifs into even ifs.

Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were three Jewish men who, while Israel was in exile to Babylon under the rule of Nebuchadnezzar, refused to bow to an image of the king. They knew the grace of Yehovah, their God, would sustain them as they faced the consequences that would follow.

Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were arrested, tried and sentenced to death by burning in a fiery furnace. Yet, they had confidence that their mighty God would deliver them. They knew that grace was God’s doing and his grace would empower them to endure the flames. However, on this side of the furnace, they faced great what-ifs. What if they could not resist? What if they suffered immense pain? What if they died in the fire?  Nonetheless, they had confidence in the grace of God and trusted him to deliver them. These boys replied to the king, “But even if he does not, we want you to know, Your Majesty, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up.”

Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego’s God is your God today if you acknowledge Jesus as Lord of your life. What if you face trials of every kind? What if there’s a new world war? What if the economy teeters on the edge of collapse? So, what if a new deadly pandemic breaks out across the world? What if you lose your job, contract cancer, or lose all you hold dear? Well, even if disaster strikes, keep your eyes on Jesus and trust the grace of God to empower you through every trial of life. Grace is God’s doing and God will turn your what-ifs into even ifs.

God-tracking is trusting God’s grace even if calamity strikes

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Daniel 3 (NIV)
James 1:2-4


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“Even if I face a fiery furnace, O Lord, I know that you are with me in it and, by your grace, you will bring me out the other side.”

“Dear Lord, I know you are in total control of the affairs of man. I know you are in total control of my life and the lives of my loved ones. So, I place my confidence squarely in you and trust your grace to bring me through every trial of life. What if calamity strikes? Well, like Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego I declare today, even if I face a fiery furnace, O Lord, I know that you are with me in it and, by your grace, you will bring me out the other side without so much as the smell of smoke on my clothes. Thank you, Abba Father, for your grace. Amen.” 


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Friday, 13 May 2022

Do Life with All Your Might

 

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Dear GodTracker, as you seek and track the plans of God for your life, whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. God has not called you to be more than you are, he has called you to be all that you are.”

Ecclesiastes 9:10
Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might. 

One of my favourite expressions is, God has not called you to be more than you are, he ha


s called you to be all that you are. This expression is based on scripture that reminds us that whatever we do in life should be done unto God, with all our might. All is the smallest biggest word in the English language. Only three letters but the word means everything. Therefore, by God’s grace and by his strength, everything that I do in my life should be done to the best of my ability and with complete commitment; being all I am for him.

There is one Bible character who is the epitome of commitment. His name is Jesus. Jesus’ devotion and commitment to his cause are evident from an early age. When he was only twelve, Jesus travelled with his parents to Jerusalem for a religious festival. When his parents set out to return to Nazareth, they did not realise the young Jesus was not with them. After days of travel, they discovered that he was missing and must have been left back in Jerusalem. (They travelled in very large caravans in those days so they didn’t miss him, to begin with.) When Mary and Joseph returned to Jerusalem they found the young Jesus in the temple, committed to worship and service. It is clear from the whole of Jesus’ life that he did everything with all his might. Jesus was all his Father called him to be, even unto death.

In this day and age of soft living and egotistic motivation, as followers of Jesus, may we be different to the world. Let us fix our eyes on Jesus and follow his example of commitment and diligence. Whether our work is cleaning toilets or managing large corporations, may we live out the integrity of who we are in Christ by showing the world that we are hardworking, conscientious and devoted workers. God’s word calls us to do all we do in life in the name of Jesus. It tells us, whatever we do, to do it heartily, as unto the Lord and not unto men, knowing that, in the Lord, our labour is not in vain.

So, dear GodTracker, as you seek and track the plans of God for your life, whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. God has not called you to be more than you are, he has called you to be all that you are.

God-tracking is doing life with all your might

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Ecclesiastes 9:10-11
Hebrews 12:2
Colossians 3:17,23
1 Corinthians 15:58

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SO, DON’T GIVE UP, LOOK UP & PRAY

“Jesus, commit my work to you. I choose to do it with all my might as unto you and not for any man.”

“Dear Lord, I apologise for being slapdash. Forgive me if I have insulted your integrity by being half-hearted and uncommitted in my work and responsibilities. Today, I choose to follow your example of commitment and diligence. Jesus, I commit my work to you. I choose to do it with all my might as unto you and not for any man. All I do in life I do in the name of Jesus and to your glory. Dear Lord, I know in you my labour is never in vain. Amen.”

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Tracking the Trails of Life

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Let’s be sure, as we seek to live our lives according to the plans of God that we look out for the little marker posts of God’s track along the trails of life while following the guidance of his great trail map, the Bible.”

Psalm 119:105
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path

Years back, when I was still young and fit, I set out on an 80- kilometre hike with my youth group. The hike was called the Soutpansburg Trail. The Soutpansberg is a range of mountains in far northern South Africa located in Vhembe District, Limpopo. The region of vast forests and high mountains is very beautiful. It was a tough remote hike. We had a good leader and I remember him telling us how important it was for us to keep our eyes peeled for the trail markers along the way.

Every few kilometres there would be a post along the trail with a yellow arrow painted on it and details of the distance to the next hut. If we messed a marker we’d trek for miles before realising our error. Then we would need to backtrack until found the point where we left the trail. Not an easy feat, given the fact that every tree looks the same after one has hiked passed hundreds of similar-looking trees.

Tracking the will of God can be like trekking along a hiking trail. We need to keep our spiritual eyes peeled for every marker of God’s directions along the way. Fortunately, our hiking trail comes with a printed guide. The Bible is our map in following the trail of God’s plans. Sometimes a direction post of God’s trail for our lives will pop up in life with clear markings of the way to go but, for the most part, we need to be sure we keep the scriptures at hand to guide us along the path of life. 

The Holy Bible is the greatest aid you and I have at our disposal in seeking and tracking the will of God. The Scriptures are God-breathed and useful in not only directing us along the path but also training us for the great hike of life. For instance, in Proverbs, we are directed to trust in God’s plans and not lean on our own understanding. Then we are exhorted to acknowledge God in all our ways so that he will direct our paths.

So, let’s be sure, as we seek to live our lives according to the plans of God, that we look out for the little marker posts of God’s directions along the trails of life while following the guidance of his great map, the Bible. Beware, missing his markers will cause you to go off the trail. This will greatly fatigue you and cause you to need to back up in life until you return to the point where you left the track.

God-tracking is watching out for his markers on the trail of life

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2 Timothy 3:14-17
Proverbs 3:5-6

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SO, DON’T GIVE UP, LOOK UP & PRAY

“Help me to see the little direction signposts you plant along the trail and help he to stay true to following your great roadmap, the Bible.”

“Oh dear Lord, I have missed your marker for this trail I’m on. Forgive me for being complacent and not reading your word. I choose to reaffirm that I acknowledge you in all my ways and trust you to guide my footsteps along my hike. I trust you to lead me and keep me true to your track. Help me to see the little direction signposts you plant along the trail and help me to stay true to following your great roadmap, the Bible. Amen.”


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Friday, 29 April 2022

Investing in Paradise

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Seeking the will of God is letting go of worldly values and laying up treasures of love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, faithfulness, kindness, gentleness and self-control.”

Matthew 6:21
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

Jesus taught a parable about a man who found a treasure in a field. He was so excited about the prospects of acquiring this treasure that he immediately returned home and set about selling all his possessions to be in a position to buy the field where the treasure lay. He might have owned a great many possessions, perhaps a house, several donkeys or sheep. I could imagine his sense of loss when he sold his beloved faithful horse. But the treasure he found was great, far greater than anything he owned. This treasure was greater than his attachment to material goods. This treasure was precious, worth letting go of his home and valuables to acquire. This man was sold-out for a treasure of great worth.

Jesus likened the kingdom of God to a treasure of great worth, worth every iota of our lives. Like the man in this story, to seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness we need to be sold out for Jesus. The kingdom of God is not a physical tangible commodity, it's a domain of glory, goodness, peace and purpose. The kingdom of God is like an eternal bank account, filled with the abundant blessings and provision of the glory of the riches of God in Christ Jesus. It’s a bank account in which you if you are sold-out for Christ, can invest. Jesus said, “store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.”

God-tracking is all about seeking the will of God. Seeking the will of God is seeking the kingdom principles of God. Seeking the will of God is letting go of worldly values and laying up treasures of love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, faithfulness, kindness, gentleness and self-control. Seeking the will of God is being a sold-out believer who invests in heaven.

God-tracking is investing in paradise

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Matthew 13:44-45
Matthew 6:33
Philippians 4:19
Matthew 6:19-21
Galatians 5:22-23

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I want to be sold out for Jesus. Help me Lord, to lay up treasures in heaven.

“Dear God, I’m sorry for being so consumed with this world. I have treated my material life far too intensely. Forgive me, O Lord. I choose now to lay down my worldly life to be consumed with things of your kingdom. I choose to let go of everything I hold dear to seek first your kingdom and your righteousness. I know, my Lord, that your word promises that if I do this, then all I will ever need for life and living will be given to me as well. I want to be sold out for Jesus. Help me Lord, to lay up treasures in heaven. To your glory. Amen.”


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Friday, 22 April 2022

Eating of the Tree of Life

 

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“Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life, bore the consequences of eating of the tree of good and evil, making the way for all who receive him as Lord to eat of the tree of life.”

1 Corinthians 15:22
For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ all shall be made alive

After God had created the magnificent universe, he made man from the dust of the earth and breathed his life into him. Then he made a woman from man. Together they please the Father of creation, who is love. God placed man in Eden, his splendid garden, and gave him every tree to eat of except the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. If they ate of this tree their eyes would be opened and they would welcome evil into their race. Another tree that was forbidden them was the tree of life. Initially, they had no need to eat of that tree for they were good and already had life in the Creator. However, if they ate from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, evil would corrupt their hearts. Then if they ate of the tree of life, evil would endure in the human race for eternity. Sadly, Adam and Eve disobeyed Father Creator and ate of the forbidden tree. So, God separated them from the tree of life, banishing them from Eden.

But God loved them so much that, thousands of years later, he sent his own Son to reconcile them to his life. Jesus Christ is God incarnate. That is, he is God in the flesh – the perfect human. Jesus is good, as Adam was before the fall. Jesus was tempted, as Adam was, but he did not fall. So, Father Creator placed the consequence of Adam’s fall onto his Son. This consequence is death and Jesus died. But, because he hadn’t fallen, as Adam did, death had no authority to hold him down. Three days after being crucified, the Son of God rose from the dead, opening the way to enter Eden once again. Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life, bore the consequences of eating of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, making the way for all who receive him as Lord to eat of the tree of life.

Have you received Jesus as Lord of your life? You and I are descendants of Adam and so guilty of violating God’s instruction not to corrupt our hearts with evil. Sin has taken root in the human race. But Jesus bore the consequences of sin on the cross so that you and I may be forgiven of sin and be reconciled to God’s goodness. Through Jesus, the garden of Eden has been opened again to all who would call on his name and be saved from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

May I encourage you today, if you have not yet done so, to admit your sin to Father Creator, believe that Jesus died and rose again to free you from the contamination of sin, and then confess him as Lord of your life? Come to Jesus now and freely eat of the Tree of Life.

Please pray with me the prayer below.

God-tracking is eating of the Tree of Life

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Genesis 2:8-9,15-17
1 John 4:8

John 14:6
1 Corinthians 15:20-22
Romans 10:9

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I believe Jesus died and rose again to open the way again for me to eat of the tree of life and know the promise of life after death.

“Dear Father God, creator of the universe, I admit to my sin. I realise that my heart has been corrupted by original sin and I confess it in Jesus’ name. Forgive me for all I have done that has been wrong and evil. I now believe Jesus, your Son, was perfect and sinless, as Adam was before he sinned. However, I believe Jesus was sinless and you sent him to take this sin upon himself when he died on the cross. I believe Jesus died and rose again to open the way again for me to eat of the tree of life and know the promise of life after death. I choose now to confess Jesus Christ to be my personal Lord and Saviour. Amen.”

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Friday, 15 April 2022

Firmly Set on Tracking God’s Plans

 

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“John Wesley had his compass firmly set, directing him towards the whole Christ as his Saviour, the whole Bible as his book, the whole Church as his fellowship, and the whole world as his mission field. How about you?”

Jeremiah 29:11
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

John Wesley said, “I want the whole Christ for my Saviour, the whole Bible for my book, the whole Church for my fellowship, and the whole world for my mission field.” What ambition, what purpose. Indeed, he and his brother, Charles realised their goal as today, more than 200 years after John’s death, we are still quoting him. John and Charles were God-trackers. They knew the essence of seeking and tracking the will of God by acknowledging him in every aspect of their lives and work, even in the face of intense opposition.

After their exile to Babylon, the Lord encouraged his people through the prophet Jeremiah telling them that he knows the plans he has for them, to restore them to his peace. The Hebrew word for peace is shalom. Shalom means more than the English word peace. The full meaning of shalom is wholeness, completeness, soundness, health, safety, prosperity and peace. Despite the opposition they faced when they returned to their promised land after the exile, God’s purpose was to restore his people to his shalom.

John Wesley faced many difficulties throughout his ministries. People were unsettled by his zeal and passion and his challenge to the status quo. He was harassed, criticized, and ridiculed by thousands. Yet he persevered in the full knowledge that God knew the plans he had for him, plans for his shalom. With that, he acknowledged God in all his ways and trusted that God would direct his path. John Wesley had his compass firmly set, directing him towards the whole Christ as his Saviour, the whole Bible as his book, the whole Church as his fellowship, and the whole world as his mission field. How about you?

God-tracking is being firmly set on tracking God’s plans

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Jeremiah 29:10-14

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SO, DON’T GIVE UP, LOOK UP & PRAY

I acknowledge you in all my ways – my home life, my relationships, my work and my dreams – and seek to follow your plans, always.

“Dear God, thank you that your word tells me that you know the plans you have for my shalom, that is, my wholeness, wellbeing, success and peace. Still, I face difficulties every day in my attempt to seek you. But I know you will never abandon me and nothing will ever separate me from your love and purposes for my life. So, dear Lord, I acknowledge you in all my ways – my home life, my relationships, my work and my dreams – and seek to follow your plans, always. Amen.”

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Friday, 8 April 2022

Fear or Faith?

 

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“Don’t allow temporal fear to undermine eternal faith. Know the truth of God’s promises (they are all yes and amen in Jesus) and you will be set free from a spirit of fear.”

2 Timothy 1:7
For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

Five-year-old Johnny was watching his mum make supper. She asked him to go into the pantry an


d get her a can of tomato soup, but he was afraid to go in alone. "It's dark in there and I'm scared," said Johnny. His mother asked again but he persisted. Finally, she said, "It's okay, Jonny, Jesus will be in there with you." Johnny walked cautiously to the door and slowly opened it. Peeking inside he saw it was very, very dark. He was afraid and started to leave when suddenly an idea came to him. "Jesus,” he called, “please would you hand me that can of tomato soup?"

A cute story but fear is a condition that affects us all. Fear, like faith, is anticipatory. Anticipatory anxiety is a condition where a person experiences increased levels of anxiety by thinking about an event or situation in the future and anticipating the worst outcome. Faith, on the other hand, anticipates the best outcome hoped for. Scripture reminds us that faith is the confidence of things hoped for and evidence of things not seen. The sad reality is fear will always undermine faith unless it is dealt with.

Fear has no confidence on the outcome of a situation. Fear always expects the worst results because fear is based on the presupposition of the flesh. The flesh is factual, that is, it views the facts in the present and presupposes the future outcome in the natural. However, fear cannot be certain of the future. Faith, on the other hand, is not fleshly but spiritual. Faith is based upon truth and truth always supersedes fact. The truth is based on God’s Word and God’s word endures forever. Faith views facts from a futuristic perspective based on the promises of God’s word and always expects the best.

Never fear, Jesus is near! Little Johnny believed Jesus was in that pantry and his belief expelled his fear. Your God is already on the other side of the wall of tomorrow. Jesus is there already meeting your needs. He has not given you a spirit of fear but power, love and sound faith. Deal with that fear today. Don’t allow temporal fear to undermine eternal faith. Know the truth of God’s promises (they are all yes and amen in Jesus) and you will be set free from a spirit of fear.

God-tracking is setting your heart on the truth in faith

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Hebrews 11:1
1 Peter 1:25
John 8:32
2 Corinthians 1:20

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SO, DON’T GIVE UP, LOOK UP & PRAY

I replace fear with faith. I replace fact with truth and stand on the promises of your word.

“Dear Father, thank you that you know all things. Thank you that Jesus is already in my tomorrow meeting my needs and guiding my path. Forgive me for any fear in my heart concerning adverse situations I face today. I deal with that fear now by fixing my eyes on Jesus, who looked beyond the cross in faith, scorning its shame believing that he would rise from the dead. I replace fear with faith. I replace fact with truth and stand on the promises of your word. You who promised, are faithful. Amen.”

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