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TODAY'S, DID YOU KNOW?

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

5/29
What a picture this is of the lost sinner who encounters grace. When Jesus first calls there is fear brought about by conviction, (John 16:7-11). The sinner knows that he deserves nothing but judgment and damnation from the hand of God. Yet, the call comes and it cannot be denied. When the sinner responds to the call and is ushered into the presence of the Lord, he falls down in humility, reverence and worship. Then, the King speaks and He reveals the fact that grace has turned away His wrath, opened His heart and His Heaven and that grace offers to restore to the sinner everything that sin took away! If you have experienced God’s saving grace in your life, then you know how overwhelming it truly is. DID YOU KNOW? For more details on scriptures, story and lesson, read today’s “FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH” and share it with those you love. Vic.

  
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ANHELIC 5/30/2013 12:37AM

    I have experienced God's saving grace when I felt He should have turned His back on me instead. God is Good all the time. Bless His Holy Name. Thank you for the note and goodie Vic. emoticon

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    I share every day!
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    I sure did

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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Wed, 5/29/2013

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Wed, 5/29/2013

David: A Man, After God’s Own Heart

2 Samuel 9:1-13
NO WONDER IT’S CALLED AMAZING, Lesson 6b


v. 6-8 AMAZING GRACE IS EMBRACED
For just a moment, let’s put ourselves in the shoes of Mephibosheth. He is one of the few remaining members of the house of Saul. He is living in a place called Lo-debar, which means “no pasture.” He is probably living each day in fear for his life; afraid that King David will come and take his life way. No doubt he is a poor man. He does not have access to the wealth or the lands of his family. He is a crippled man. His father was killed in battle and when the news came, his nurse tried to flee with the child and he was dropped and his legs were permanently damaged, (2 Sam. 4:4). He was five when this happened. All of his life he has been warned that David might find him. He lives in fear and he lives in misery every day.

Then, one day it happens! There is the sound of horses and chariots outside the little house in Lo-debar. There is a knock at the door and in come men from Jerusalem. “The king wants to see you” they say. So, with a fearful heart you gather what meager possessions you have and you leave with the guards to go see the one man you never wanted to see.

After a while the chariots arrive at the King’s palace. Mephibosheth is carried into the King’s presence. When he arrives there, nothing is like he had imagined it. Mephibosheth has entered the presence of grace. Notice how he embraces it.

v. 6a With A Humble Heart – When Mephibosheth comes into David’s presence, he is aware that as a descendant of Saul, he deserves nothing but judgment from the King. Therefore, he humbles himself in the presence of David.

v. 6b-7 With A Happy Heart – Instead of judgment, Mephibosheth experiences tenderness. He hears David call his name. And, then to his amazement, he hears David speak peace to his heart. He hears the King as he promises him restoration of all the wealth and glory that once belonged to the family of Saul. Then, the icing on the cake, David promises to give Mephibosheth a place at the King’s table. It is with a happy heart that Mephibosheth embraces the treasures of grace!

v. 8 With An Honest Heart – Mephibosheth is overwhelmed by the grace he has received. He acknowledges that he is undeserving of such love and mercy. Grace has been extended and it has been embraced and nothing will ever be the same in Mephibosheth’s life again!

What a picture this is of the lost sinner who encounters grace. When the King first calls there is fear brought about by conviction, (John 16:7-11). The sinner knows that he deserves nothing but judgment and damnation from the hand of God. Yet, the call comes and it cannot be denied. When the sinner responds to the call and is ushered into the presence of the Lord, he falls down in humility, reverence and worship. Then, the King speaks and He reveals the fact that grace has turned away His wrath, opened His heart and His Heaven and that grace offers to restore to the sinner everything that sin took away! If you have experienced God’s saving grace in your life, then you know how overwhelming it truly is.

Think back and remember that day when as a lost sinner you were brought by the Spirit of God into the presence of God. Do you remember the fear? Do you remember the feeling of dread? But, do you remember how that He spoke peace to your soul that day? Do you remember how you came with nothing and left with everything? What grace! What blessing! What a great, wonderful, matchless, glorious Savior we have! When His grace is embraced, everything changes. No wonder it’s called amazing!

TODAY’S VERSE!
Psalm 9:7-8 (New King James Version (NKJV)
7 But the Lord shall endure forever;
He has prepared His throne for judgment.
8 He shall judge the world in righteousness,
And He shall administer judgment for the peoples in uprightness.

TODAY’S HYMN!
“His Grace Reaches Me” By: Whitey Gleason (1964)

Deeper than the ocean
and wider than the sea
is the grace of the Savior
for sinners like me

Sent from the Father
and it thrills my soul
Just to feel and to know
That His blood makes me whole

CHORUS
His grace reaches me
Yes, His grace reaches me
And ‘twill last thru eternity

Now I'm under His control
and I'm happy in my soul
Just to know
that His grace reaches me

VERSE 2
Higher than the mountain
and brighter than the sun
it was offered at Calv'ry
for ev'ry one

Greatest of treasures
and it's mine today
Tho' my sins were as scarlet
He has washed them away

CHORUS

TODAY’S PRAYER!
Loving Father, God of Amazing Grace!
Help us to stand firm in the freedom You have secured for us through our Lord, Jesus Christ. Open our eyes to see the hope to which You have called us. Enable us to understand our true glorious inheritance and to comprehend the magnitude of Your Power and Grace and Mercy on our behalf. Teach us to seek more of You and Your power and grace to be present in our lives, to see them manifested daily as we live for our Savior, who died for us. It is in His glorious name that we pray. Amen!

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ANHELIC 5/30/2013 12:46AM

    Thank you Vic for a great lesson, hymn and prayer. It is a great feeling knowing that as a sinner, we accepted Jesus and were immediately saved by Grace. How wonderful it is that we didn't have to buy our way to God. Thank you for the goodie and note and your daily lessons. God Bless.

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CANDOIT54 5/29/2013 11:26PM

    Thank you

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LOOKINGUP2012 5/29/2013 7:58PM

    Beautiful story!

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HONOURIA 5/29/2013 4:25PM

    Wonderful blog entry. Thank you for your faithful ministry of the word, and its implications. God bless you!

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NELLIEH1 5/29/2013 3:03PM

    "Then neither do I condemn you," Jesus declared. "Go and leave your life of sin." - John 8:11
These words radically changed my life! Over and over as I heard: "If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just and will forgive our sins." - 1 John 1:9a, I was brought low, ashamed, "confessed", but was not set free. Then, one day, I truly listened to "and purify us from all unrighteousness." - 1 John 1:9b) in combination with the John 8:11 words! Convicted by the Holy Spirit of my sin (John 16:8-11), given faith to believe Him (Ephesians 2), then agreeing with GOD about my sinfulness led to His cleansing me and making me whole!! I believed Him at last!! After that initial saving, the LORD has continued to convict, teach, rebuke, correct and train me up (2 Timothy 3:16) I know I'm not my own. Thank You, Jesus! To GOD be all the glory!!


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    Thank You

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    We are the lost family that God called to him.

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TODAY'S, DID YOU KNOW?

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

5/28
David discovers that one of Jonathan’s sons is still living. He also hears the news that this man is crippled. Yet, the response of grace is not to ask what kind of man he is, or even how bad he is crippled. Grace does not concern itself with the man’s background, his surroundings, his abilities, his appearance, his future potential, etc. The response of grace is to ask “Where is he?” As soon as David hears where this man is, he sends his servants to “fetch” him. Grace said, “I am not concerned about his condition, I want him just like he is.” DID YOU KNOW? For more details on scriptures, story and lesson, read today’s “FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH” and share it with those you love. Vic.

  
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ANHELIC 5/28/2013 11:57PM

    We should never judge people's condition, but simply love them and care for them just as Jesus does for us.

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NELLIEC 5/28/2013 5:28PM

    And if I recall correctly, he was fetched so that David could take care of his needs.

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NELLIEH1 5/28/2013 11:51AM

    We all are included in this lostness-foundness. And GOD mercifully pursues us even after our initial understanding that His blood has saved/redeemed/delivered us. We are prone to wander like sheep (such an apt analogy for our lord Jesus to use in John 10). Yet GOD Himself seek us out over and over. To Him be all the glory!!

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SANDRALEET 5/28/2013 9:03AM

    Thank God that he accepts us the same way.

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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Tue, 5/28/2013

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Tue, 5/28/2013

David: A Man, After God’s Own Heart

2 Samuel 9:1-13
NO WONDER IT’S CALLED AMAZING, Lesson 6a

A story is told about Fiorello LaGuardia, who, when he was mayor of New York City during the worst days of the Great Depression and all of WWII, was called by adoring New Yorkers 'the Little Flower' because he was only five foot four and always wore a carnation in his lapel. He was a colorful character who used to ride the New York City fire trucks, raid speakeasies with the police department, take entire orphanages to baseball games, and whenever the New York newspapers were on strike, he would go on the radio and read the Sunday funnies to the kids. One bitterly cold night in January of 1935, the mayor turned up at a night court that served the poorest ward of the city. LaGuardia dismissed the judge for the evening and took over the bench himself.

Within a few minutes, a tattered old woman was brought before him, charged with stealing a loaf of bread. She told LaGuardia that her daughter's husband had deserted her, her daughter was sick, and her two grandchildren were starving. But the shopkeeper, from whom the bread was stolen, refused to drop the charges. "It's a real bad neighborhood, your Honor." the man told the mayor. "She's got to be punished to teach other people around here a lesson." LaGuardia sighed. He turned to the woman and said "I've got to punish you. The law makes no exceptions--ten dollars or ten days in jail." But even as he pronounced sentence, the mayor was already reaching into his pocket. He extracted a bill and tossed it into his famous sombrero saying: "Here is the ten dollar fine which I now remit; and furthermore I am going to fine everyone in this courtroom fifty cents for living in a town where a person has to steal bread so that her grandchildren can eat. Mr. Baliff, collect the fines and give them to the defendant."

So the following day the New York City newspapers reported that $47.50 was turned over to a bewildered old lady who had stolen a loaf of bread to feed her starving grandchildren, fifty cents of that amount being contributed by the red-faced grocery store owner, while some seventy petty criminals, people with traffic violations, and New York City policemen, each of whom had just paid fifty cents for the privilege of doing so, gave the mayor a standing ovation.

My friends, that is the essence of grace! It recognizes our wretched condition; it pays our debt and it gives us more then we could ever have imagined. No wonder it’s called amazing!

The passage we have read today provides for us one of the clearest pictures of amazing grace in the Word of God. God uses David as a living illustration of what grace is all about. I want to examine this text today. I want to point out some observations about amazing grace. I would like to teach for a few minutes on the thought: “No Wonder It’s Called Amazing”.


v. 1-5 AMAZING GRACE IS EXTENDED

v. 1 The Reason For This Grace – David says that he wants to show “kindness for Jonathan’s sake.” The word for “kindness” is also translated “goodness, mercy, favor, and loving kindness.” It is the Old Testament equivalent to the New Testament word “Grace.” Grace is often defined as “the unmerited love and favor of God toward the undeserving.” Grace is one person accepting another in a positive manner in spite of the unworthiness of the person being accepted.

David desires to extend grace to a member of Saul’s family. This is amazing in light of the fact that in those days, when a new king came to power, he usually destroyed every member of the former king’s household, in an effort to prevent any rebellion by that family. David had the right to execute judgment, but he chose to demonstrate grace instead. David did this, not because the house of Saul deserved it, but because of his relationship with Jonathan, and because of two promises he had made years before. David had promised both Jonathan and Saul that he would not totally destroy their offspring, (1 Sam. 20:13-17; 1 Sam. 24:20-22). So, this grace is extended because of another.

No wonder grace is called amazing! God extends His grace to the members of Adam’s family. We do not deserve His grace, His love and His mercy. In fact, if we received what we deserved, we would receive judgment, damnation and Hell, (Rom. 6:23; Eze. 18:4). Yet, God extends His amazing grace to us because of Another, Jesus Christ. He reaches out to fallen, depraved sinners because He loves His Son; and because Jesus died for us on the cross. Neither you nor I have anything to merit us to God, but because of Jesus, we can experience God’s amazing grace (1 John 2:12; Eph. 4:32). No wonder it’s called amazing!

v. 1 The Reach Of This Grace – When David decides to extend grace, he does so without any limits. He is looking for “any that is left of the house of Saul.” The house of Saul was the house of his predecessor and bitter enemy, but that did not matter. David also placed no limits on this grace. He was willing to extend it to “any” member of the house of Saul.

The key word in verse 1 is “any”. David was not looking for people who met a certain criteria. But, anyone who was of the family of Saul was a candidate for grace. Thank God that our Lord’s amazing grace knows no boundaries! It extends to all men regardless of their past, their race, their social standing, or their deeds. God does not reach out to save the righteous, but the sinner, (Mark 2:17). God extends His grace to “whosoever will”, (Rev. 21:17; Matt. 11:28; John 7:37). Praise God, there are no limits on who can come, but grace is extended to all who will!

That is how you and I got in. Friend, if you are lost, that is how you will get in as well! You see, no one deserves it; but all can have it. That is what makes grace so amazing!


Mel Trotter was an alcoholic. Again and again he promised his wife that he would give up drink for good. Once he managed to stay dry for eleven and a half weeks. At the end, thirst overcame him. He squandered his horse to pay for a round of drinks. He reached the point that he committed burglary to feed his awful habit. His wife and child suffered terribly for his sin.

They had only the one child. The boy was about two years old when Mel came home after a drinking spree. "I went home after a ten-day drunk and found him dead in his mother's arms. I'll never forget that day. I was a slave, and I knew it. It pretty nearly broke my heart. I said, 'I'm a murderer. I'm anything but a man. I can't stand it, and I won't stand it! I'll end my life." But he didn't have the courage to do it because he feared God's judgment.

He put his arms around his wife and swore on the baby's coffin that he'd never touch another drop. Two hours after the funeral, he staggered home blind drunk.

On this day, January 19, 1897, Mel Trotter made the decision to kill himself. He staggered drunk through Chicago, determined to throw himself into the freezing waters of Lake Michigan. Unable to break his habit, unable to keep his promises, he wanted to die.

His progress brought him past the door of the Pacific Garden Mission. Harry Monroe, who himself had been an alcoholic, was leading singing. As the doorman helped Mel in, Monroe stopped to pray for Mel. "O God, Save that poor, poor boy," he pleaded.

Monroe told the audience of his own past and how Christ had delivered him from alcohol. Mel listened and believed. That night, he answered Monroe's invitation to make room for God in his life. Monroe explained that Jesus loved him and would change him.

And that is what Jesus did. Asked later how he knew he was saved, he replied, "I was there when it happened, January 19, 1897, 10 minutes past 9, Central time, Pacific Garden Mission, Chicago, Illinois, USA."

Three years later, Mel was asked to head a rescue work in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He went on to found a chain of missions throughout the United States to help men like “himself”, who could not escape the slavery of alcoholism. What made the difference? Grace! No wonder it’s called amazing!

v. 1-5 The Response Of This Grace – David discovers that one of Jonathan’s sons is still living. He also hears the news that this man is crippled. Yet, the response of grace is not to ask what kind of man he is, or even how bad he is crippled. Grace does not concern itself with the man’s background, his surroundings, his abilities, his appearance, his future potential, etc. The response of grace is to ask “Where is he?” As soon as David hears where this man is, he sends his servants to “fetch” him. Grace said, “I am not concerned about his condition, I want him just like he is.”


So it is with the amazing grace of God. He does not look upon us and concern Himself with our crippled spiritual condition. He looks upon us thought the eyes of grace. He sees us exactly like we are, but He loves us in spite of what we are. He knows all about our past, our problems and our potential, yet He responds by drawing us to Himself anyway! When grace fixes its gaze on one of the crippled sons of Adam’s race, it cares for nothing but fetching us to itself. No wonder it’s called amazing!

TODAY’S VERSE!
Leviticus 19:14 (New King James Version (NKJV)
14 You shall not curse the deaf, nor put a stumbling block before the blind, but shall fear your God: I am the Lord.

TODAY’S HYMN!
“Amazing Grace” By: John Newton (1779)

1. Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me!
I once was lost, but now am found;
Was blind, but now I see.
2. ’Twas grace that taught my heart to fear,
And grace my fears relieved;
How precious did that grace appear
The hour I first believed.
3. Through many dangers, toils and snares,
I have already come;
’Tis grace hath brought me safe thus far,
And grace will lead me home.
4. The Lord has promised good to me,
His Word my hope secures;
He will my Shield and Portion be,
As long as life endures.
5. Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail,
And mortal life shall cease,
I shall possess, within the veil,
A life of joy and peace.
6. The earth shall soon dissolve like snow,
The sun forbear to shine;
But God, who called me here below,
Will be forever mine.
7. When we’ve been there ten thousand years,
Bright shining as the sun,
We’ve no less days to sing God’s praise
Than when we’d first begun.

TODAY’S PRAYER!
Gracious and Merciful Father, God of Amazing Grace!
Thank You for all the times You have redeemed our lives from sickness, eternal death and destruction. Thank You for all the times You have shown us Your loving-kindness and tender mercy . We bless Your Holy name and the works of Your mighty hands with everything in us. You are the Lord, our Redeemer, who has made all things and has made our lives to be a testament to Your glory and redemption. Your name is from everlasting to everlasting. Your Grace and Mercy is Amazing! Forgive us when we fail you, and continue to redeem and bless us by the power of Your Word, Your Grace, and Your Mercy. These things we ask humbly in Jesus’ precious name. Amen!

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ANHELIC 5/29/2013 12:34AM

    Thank you Vic for a great lesson, hymn and prayer. How many times, God has forgiven me when I prayed and ask for forgiveness. It is a lesson well presented and shown us how many times we should forgive and help people. Thank you for the goodie and note Vic. God bless you for your great teachings.

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LOOKINGUP2012 5/28/2013 7:42PM

    Thank you so much for this beautiful lesson, and thanking God for rescuing me and continuing to show mercy and kindness.

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FLYER99 5/28/2013 9:38AM

    Thanks for this. A wonderful blog.
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HONOURIA 5/28/2013 9:34AM

    Me included. How many times has God come and rescued me? Lots, and good grief some of those times I sure didn't deserve it. He's an amazingly patient teacher.

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SANDRALEET 5/28/2013 9:11AM

    we are not to add condition or our reasoning to get out of being a good samaroton

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TODAY'S, DID YOU KNOW?

Monday, May 27, 2013

5/27
What should our response be when God says “No”? We should first remember that we are who we are and have what we have because of His pure, perfect grace. We should remember that He is the Potter and we are but the clay. We should assume the place of a humble child before His presence and trust Him to do that which is best. Our goal in life should not be to reach our dreams; but to see His perfect will carried out in our lives. There is no greater honor than being used by the Lord to bring glory to His name, even it isn’t the way we hoped it would happen. DID YOU KNOW? HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY! For more details on scriptures, story and lesson, read today’s “FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH” and share it with those you love. Vic.

  
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ANHELIC 5/27/2013 11:49PM

    When God says NO, it could only mean, not now. Time may not be right for what we want to do. There could be disaster doing something our way and in our time.
Thank you Vic for the goodie and not. Thank you for your teachings.

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NELLIEH1 5/27/2013 8:13PM

    Each day we rehearse Who GOD is and what GOD does and says, we realize the privilege we have to belong to Him forever. Yes, He has the "inside scoop" and yes he always knows what's best for us. HalleluJAH!!

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HONOURIA 5/27/2013 5:57PM

    I always figure He's got the inside scoop and that I am being redirected for my own benefit emoticon

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I am thanking God for all of my blessings!
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NITTINNANA 5/27/2013 8:26AM

    And sometimes it isn't "no" but merely "wait". If we don't accept the answer, though, we'll never know the difference.

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AZMOMXTWO 5/27/2013 8:20AM

  some times no is the right answer thank you

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LINDAMARIEZ1 5/27/2013 8:06AM

    God wants us to follow him...always!
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SANDRALEET 5/27/2013 8:00AM

    So very true To many people think God is hear to serve us not we him.

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