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Wednesday, January 31 2018

Verse of the Day

Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth; keep watch over the door of my lips. [Psalm 141:3 – NKJV]

I don’t know about you, but I frequently say stupid and occasionally hurtful things to others. Most of the time this is unintentional, but regardless, it shouldn’t happen. The problem is I think I’m a funny and humorous guy, and the vast majority of the situations in which I say something mean or inappropriate to someone stems from an attempt at humor. A quick wit generally means a quick (and often hurtful) tongue.

Speaking without thinking is a real problem, isn’t it? We could all benefit from the advice of the Psalmist to “set a guard over my mouth.” Actually in my case it should be a muzzle. The key here is to think first. Instead of responding like a machine gun in a conversation, let your heart and mind form your thoughts and that will help ensure that your response will be appropriate. Better yet, get into the habit of listening to others. A wise man listens.

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Tuesday, January 30 2018

Verse of the Day

Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. [Colossians 3:2 – NIV]

There’s a lot of clutter in our lives nowadays, perhaps more than at any other time in history. There are many people and things vying for our time. There are demands at work and at home. We are bombarded with more information than we can possibly process or absorb from a myriad of sources. And all too frequently we chose to waste our time in pursuit of entertainment and leisure, i.e., mindless stuff. So when do we have time for God?

It’s all a matter of focus. Are you too concerned with the things of this world or are you about your Father’s business? Never forget to store up treasures in Heaven because where your treasure is there your heart will be also!

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Monday, January 29 2018

Verse of the Day

“O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?” [1 Corinthians 15:55 – NASB]

The idiom “Cross my heart and hope to die” is used by children to emphasize the seriousness or truth of a statement made to their peers. Amazing, isn’t it? The awareness and fear of death starts at a very early age and only intensifies as we grow older. With death comes the end of life. There is a finality to it that is unavoidable and terrifying. We try everything to avoid growing older, by changing our physical appearance as well as our mental outlook. Nevertheless, death will come to all of us. Our lives here on Earth will end.

All of this changes when Jesus Christ comes into our lives. For the first time, we have an understanding of what death really is—simply a transitional moment in our lives as citizens of the Kingdom. We take great joy in the knowledge that God loves us so much that He sent His Son to die for us on the Cross. Thanks to Jesus’ death and resurrection, we will spend eternity in Heaven worshiping and glorifying God. “O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?”

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Friday, January 26 2018

Verse of the Day

For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily; and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power. [Colossians 2:9-10 – NKJV]

Many devotionals have been written on Immanuel, God with us. The fact that God came to earth to live with us as a man is incredibly important, but that is not the point of today’s passage from scripture. Although He was a man, Jesus in His incarnation reflected the image of God the Father. While He walked the earth, He was God in human form. He was and is perfect. In much the same way, when we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we are perfected by the righteousness of Christ that God imparts to us. We are brought into fullness by being positionally perfected in God’s sight. Only Jesus and His blood that was shed on the cross for us could accomplish this. He is the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Jesus is our Savior and Redeemer! Thank you Jesus!

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Thursday, January 25 2018

Verse of the Day

That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched—this we proclaim concerning the Word of life. [1 John 1:1 – NIV]

Even though I’m a retired tax lawyer, I do know a little bit about evidence and trial practice. Lawyers rely on different types of evidence to establish the facts and prove their case. Evidence varies in its strength, effectiveness, and usefulness. Generally speaking, the strongest and most credible type of evidence is eyewitness testimony. And it becomes even more reliable and convincing when more than one person has witnessed the event at issue. So it strikes me as odd that there are so many doubters about Jesus being the Messiah, but then Satan has done a great job of planting seeds of doubt for the past two thousand years. That’s why, as a lawyer, today’s passage is so important. It’s the backbone of the case. Despite Satan’s lies and deceit, the fact remains that there were many independent eyewitnesses (aka, the 12 disciples and other followers of Jesus, the Apostle Paul, and many more) to Jesus’ life—not just as a man, but as the Son of God. Case closed.

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Wednesday, January 24 2018

Verse of the Day

Give us this day our daily bread. [Matthew 6:11 – NKJV]

This is a familiar passage from the Lord’s Prayer. But, does it really have something to do with our diet? Are we supposed to eat bread and water every day? Or, is there more to it than we realize? The “daily bread” referred to in the prayer goes way beyond rye, pumpernickel, wheat, white, or sourdough. What it’s really all about is that God will provide for our everyday needs—not only the physical ones, but the mental, emotional, and spiritual ones, too. When you are praying to Him for your needs, be comforted and assured by the fact that He can take care of all of them regardless of what they are. He will give you whatever you need, not only to provide for your own needs and those of your family, but the needs of others as He uses you to fulfill His Plan!

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Tuesday, January 23 2018

Verse of the Day

And again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.” When His disciples heard it, they were greatly astonished, saying, “Who then can be saved?” But Jesus looked at them and said to them, “With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:24-26 [NKJV]

I’ve wanted to write a devotional on the eye of the needle for years but struggled with how to approach it. As I got deeper into the Word and scoured the commentaries and other resources in search of wisdom, I found that there were two schools of thought as to what Jesus meant. One interpretation is that the eye of the needle refers to a small gate in the wall of Jerusalem through which a camel could enter only by stooping on its knees with its baggage removed, the inference being that it is difficult (but not impossible) for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. The other is that Jesus was literally referring to a sewing needle, meaning that it’s impossible.

Recently the Holy Spirit shared with me that, instead of trying to discern the true meaning of today’s passage, I’d been engaged in an intellectual exercise. I’d been focusing on the wrong part of the passage and failed to grasp the heart of the parable. The beauty of this passage is that it shows us the mercy, grace, and mystery of God. Regardless of what the eye of the needle really means, Jesus tells His disciples (and us) that the answer to whether a rich sinner can be saved is that “With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (emphasis added). Only through divine grace can one be justified. Amen.

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Monday, January 22 2018

Verse of the Day

I said, “I will guard my ways, Lest I sin with my tongue; I will restrain my mouth with a muzzle, While the wicked are before me.” [Psalm 39:1 – NKJV]

In the old days public libraries were dark, musty, quiet places—so quiet, in fact, that you could hear a pin drop. Just in case you didn’t get the message about proper library decorum, there were signs posted everywhere that read “Quiet Please!” And if you transgressed and your voice rose above a whisper, you got the evil eye and a word of warning from the librarian. After all, “quiet, please” is really just a polite euphemism for “shut up!”

It’s one thing to be loud and quite another to be rude and offensive. We are all too prone to let our tongues get out of control. We say rude, thoughtless, hurtful things to others far too often. And it happens in all kinds of situations, even when we are trying our hardest to be on our best behavior. Most of the time our excuse is “we just can’t help it.” We shoot off our mouths at home, at work, at church, on the golf course, at the grocery store; in fact just about everywhere we go.

King David gives us great advice. We need to restrain our mouths with muzzles. Now that’s a thought! Just imagine what life would be like at work, at home, and everywhere in between if we were actually civil and kind to one another! Pray to your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for His insight and guidance in controlling your tongue. A word to the wise: if we’re not talking, then we’re listening, and that’s certainly a good habit to get into. It’s really about humility. Pray that there will be less of us and more of others today!

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Friday, January 19 2018

Verse of the Day

Then the seventh angel sounded: And there were loud voices in heaven, saying, “The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign forever and ever!” [Revelation 11:15 – NKJV]

I love music, all kinds of music…rock ’n’ roll, classical, blues, Broadway musicals, etc. But my absolute favorite composition of all time is Handel’s Messiah. The reason isn’t just the music. Although it’s magnificent and moving to one’s core, it’s the words that really get me. And why shouldn’t they? Handel did an inspired job of picking Biblical passages that best describe the story of Jesus, the Messiah. It is truly a glorious work; full of passages from God’s Word all of which point to and glorify Jesus.

Perhaps the best known piece from the Messiah is the Hallelujah Chorus. The custom of standing for the Hallelujah chorus is based on the belief that King George II was so moved that he stood up in approval at the London premiere in 1743 (although there is no evidence that he did so). Regardless, it is somewhat ironic that at the end of the Hallelujah Chorus most people assume that the performance is over and break into applause (a big no-no for a classical audience). But as you know, there is more to come in Revelation. So Handel continues the story of Jesus right up to the end (or should I say the beginning of life everlasting?!?!).

Worthy is the Lamb that was slain! Hallelujah and amen!

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Thursday, January 18 2018

Verse of the Day

If you really know me, you will know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.” [John 14:7 – NIV]

Many ask, “What’s God the Father really like?” In the Old Testament we see a well-woven tapestry that depicts a close, personal, and constant relationship between God and His People. Many Old Testament figures walked and talked with God: Adam and Eve (before the Fall from Grace), Enoch, Noah (who God chose to continue man’s presence on earth after the Flood), Abraham, Moses, Joseph, Samuel, David, and many other prophets and kings. And let’s not forget that the Israelites, His Chosen People, had a close, personal relationship with Him, too. They saw His miracles (as well as His judgment), His presence (as represented by fire and smoke), and occasionally heard His voice. But, after the remnant returned from Babylon, God seems to have disappeared.

In the New Testament, we get occasional signs that God still speaks to His people, most notably when Jesus was being baptized (see Matthew 3:17: “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”). As the New Testament times draw to a close, God no longer makes Himself known to His People, at least in an audible or visible way. There are reasons for this disappearance; the principle one being that, after His death, Jesus sent a Wise Counselor to us. Now, thanks to the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, we Believers have the Spirit of God with us 24/7!

But, just as in Jesus’s day when the disciples wanted to know the Father, we too have an insatiable curiosity to know more about our Heavenly Daddy. We wonder, “What is God really like?” Well, in today’s passage, Jesus has the answer for us: if you want to know God the Father, get to know His Son. How do you do this? One of the best ways is to read the Word. The more you learn about Jesus, the more you will get to know God the Father.

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Wednesday, January 17 2018

Verse of the Day

Do not rejoice over me, my enemy; when I fall, I will arise; when I sit in darkness, The Lord will be a light to me. I will bear the indignation of the Lord, because I have sinned against Him, until He pleads my case and executes justice for me. He will bring me forth to the light; I will see His righteousness. [Micah 7:8-9 – NKJV]

It’s just a question of time. We all fall short; we all miss the mark. None of us are capable of living a sinless life. The Apostle Paul says it best in Romans 3: “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” But God in His infinite love and mercy provides us with a bridge, a pathway to redemption—His Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ.

Today’s passage from Micah reminds us about the attitude that we should have when we do fall into sin. Instead of being forlorn, bitter, and doubtful when we sin, we need to be confident in our God. Thanks to Jesus, “He will bring [us] forth into the light.” Please don’t misunderstand; we need to be vigilant in our battle against sin, but when we do stray, we can take comfort in the fact that we have a loving and forgiving God. This fact is made abundantly clear in 1 John 1:8-9 where we find the very direct promise of God’s forgiveness which should give us confidence as we confess our sins when we fail. Thank you, Jesus!

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Tuesday, January 16 2018

Verse of the Day

Fear God and keep His commandments… [Ecclesiastes 12:13 – NKJV]

King Solomon started off strong in his walk with the Lord, but eventually he lost his way. His downward spiral was attributable to the two things he railed against the most in Proverbs: women and money. Like many in the secular world today, he found life to be empty, meaningless, pointless, and futile; eventually he hit rock bottom. Later in life he “rediscovered” God. Solomon chronicles his life experiences in the book of Ecclesiastes.

Today’s passage provides the answer to Solomon’s search for meaning and purpose in life: “Fear God and keep His commandments.” Ecclesiastes is a very profound book; it speaks to Believers and non-believers alike.

It’s a powerful message for the non-believer because Solomon walked in his/her shoes. If you are trying to find meaning in life by climbing the corporate ladder in a search for wealth and power; by buying a mansion in a gated community or a Ferrari for your garage, or hanging with the “in crowd” to elevate your social standing, you will no doubt become disillusioned, discouraged, and depressed. You will find life meaningless and without purpose. For a non-believer the only way to really discover the meaning of life is to “discover” God. A relationship with Jesus Christ is the key to a full and complete life. After all, our purpose in life is to worship and glorify (and enjoy!) the Lord our God.

Much as we hate to admit it, we Believers also go through times of disillusionment and depression. We occasionally see life as meaningless and futile. The book of Ecclesiastes is a great reminder for us that our lives have meaning and purpose only if we “fear God and keep His commandments.”

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Friday, January 12 2018

Verse of the Day

And they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, and a tower whose top is in the heavens; let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be scattered abroad over the face of the whole earth.” [Genesis 11:4 – NKJV]

We have always been fascinated with the heights of buildings, skyscrapers that touch the heavens. This fixation with reaching into the sky has been part of all religions for centuries as mankind tries to connect with their gods. When the Israelites wandered away from the Lord their God, they worshipped the gods of the pagans in the “high places.” Clearly getting closer to the stars has meaning when trying to reach a higher power.

In today’s passage we see the futility of mankind after the Flood as they disobey God and build a tower to reach into Heaven. Ironically, the tower was probably only about seven stories tall, but that’s not the point. God disrupted their plans, confused their language, and the Tower of Babel was no more. But what about today?

Skyscrapers have been a part of our landscape for more than a century. There are good reasons for their existence: limitations on land use, the cost of land, economies of scale, etc. Most of these factors have to do with how our cities have developed, but that is certainly not the only reason that man seems to be so fascinated with the heights of these modern-day behemoths. There is always a competition going on, isn’t there? Who has the tallest building? New York? Chicago? Los Angeles? In the old days it was the Empire State Building and the Sears Tower. Then, we had the World Trade Center, which was tragically destroyed by terrorists on September 11, 2001. Today there are the competitors from other counties, including the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and China. What’s up with all of this? Is man still fixated with trying to reach into the heavens? I think the answer is an emphatic “yes!”

Don’t you know that God is looking down on us and wondering why we don’t get it? We just never seem to learn, do we?

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Thursday, January 11 2018

Verse of the Day

“If you really know me, you will know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him.” [John 14:7 – NIV]

What is the Father like? If you want to know Him intimately, learn His ways; get to know Jesus. Read about Jesus our Lord and Savior in the New Testament and you will see God. You will learn His likes and dislikes; how He treats His people; what’s really important to Him and what’s not; and on and on. You will also learn that God has emotions. He is not some cold, distant god; He is not an automaton. Our God has feelings. He loves and hates; He gets angry. After all, He is God and He has a right to. He is righteous and holy, but even thought He is set apart He has a real love for His children and wants to be with us.

You might be surprised to learn that God has a sense of humor. In fact, as you get to know Him better you will learn that you can really identify with God in many ways. Getting to know Him is like getting to know an earthly friend. So, start getting to know Him today! He wants to have a close, intimate relationship with you. Read His Word; it’s the best way to learn more about Him. If you know Jesus, you will know the Father!

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Wednesday, January 10 2018

Verse of the Day

But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you… [Matthew 5:44 – NKJV]

“Love your enemies” has to be the most difficult of all of Jesus’ commandments for us to understand, much less obey. As we grow in our faith, we start to get where Jesus is coming from, but it’s difficult to put the concept into practice. After all, there are people who just rub us the wrong way and a few whom we just can’t stand. This is the kind of love that requires a total transformation of our hearts. We have to learn to love fully and completely.

In Luke 10:29, a lawyer asks Jesus “[W]ho is my neighbor?” Jesus responds by telling the parable of the Good Samaritan. As the story unfolds, it becomes clear that Jesus is teaching us that everyone is our neighbor, including our enemies. When we grasp what Jesus is saying and take it to heart, a concept that was once nonsensical to us becomes clear. The command to love our enemies is really a corollary to loving your neighbor. So, like the Good Samaritan, let’s show mercy and compassion to everyone we meet.

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Tuesday, January 09 2018

Verse of the Day

Furthermore, just as they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, so God gave them over to a depraved mind, so that they do what ought not to be done. [Romans 1:28 – NIV]

Paul certainly hit the nail on the head in Romans. He really tells it like it is. The evil one may be able to portray the secular world as an attractive and desirable alternative to following God’s ways, but appealing to our base instincts really is self-defeating in the end. As we grow up, we are brainwashed into believing that the world has so much to offer us, but does it? On closer examination, it’s really an evil, vile, detestable place; dark and evil.

The tragedy is that as Paul says, the lost “know God’s righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.” They really need to hear the Good News! Let’s make sure that we share Jesus with all we meet today!

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Monday, January 08 2018

Verse of the Day

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men” [Colossians 3:23 – NIV]

We are inundated nowadays with the view that our “exercise of religion” is limited to worship services on Sunday and that our religious beliefs and convictions have no relevance or place in our lives on the other days of the week. Don’t allow yourselves to be brainwashed into believing that your faith has no place at home, at work, or anywhere else that you may find yourself during the week.

The secular world is waging war on religion, especially Christianity. Of course, despite what you may hear on cable news or read in the newspapers, this is not exactly breaking news. It’s been going on for years; sometimes it’s subtle and sometimes not. It’s important, in fact critical, for Believers to resist this message.

As today’s passage reminds us, we work for God. He’s our Boss. So don’t leave your Bible at home when you go to work, but take His Word with you. Every aspect of your life, the decisions you make, your relationships, how you behave—all of it is based on your relationship with God. We don’t have two sets of rules in life. God’s Word is the only thing that matters in our lives. His rules are the ones that we should live by every day of the week!

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Friday, January 05 2018

Verse of the Day

Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem, saying, “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we have seen His star in the East and have come to worship Him.” [Matthew 2:1-2 – NKJV]

The three wise men mentioned in today’s passage from the Gospel of Matthew were members of the intellectual elite of their day. Isn’t it ironic that these learned men traveled a great distance to worship Jesus, while today our intellectuals are more interested in denying that Jesus is the Son of God? Modern-day elitists make light of and even ridicule Christianity, while the wise men of Jesus’ day knew something that the Pharisees and Sadducees, the religious elite of the day, refused to acknowledge—that Jesus was the King of the Jews, the Messiah!

Many believe that intellect is an impediment to faith, but it just ain’t so! As the Apostle Paul tells us in the book of Romans, God’s existence can clearly be seen in His creation and therefore no one has an excuse for not believing in Him, not even the intellectual elite. Once we understand Who is really in charge, the strongest organ in the body, the heart, takes over and controls the mind. That’s what faith is all about.

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Thursday, January 04 2018

Verse of the Day

But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. [Matthew 6:33-34 – NIV]

Businesses in America are always going through changes. There are mergers, acquisitions, downsizings, and other realignments. Many of you are facing a “life-changing” event. Some of you are losing your jobs. Some of you are moving forward with different companies. And others are virtually unaffected.

For those that are facing change, God has one thing to say to you: He will provide. You can take comfort in His Word. Trust in Him and He will provide. Change in corporate America is not an uncommon thing. Acquisitions are really not a bad thing, and you will be amazed at the future that is in store for you. Just wait for six months or so and you’ll see. And for those of you who are losing your jobs, believe me, God will provide new opportunities for you. Who knows? You may find your dream job, but regardless, He will provide.

The key is to trust and obey. Remember—don’t worry about tomorrow!

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Wednesday, January 03 2018

Verse of the Day

“…when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.” [Luke 14:13-14 –NIV]

Although I was never a party animal, I have always enjoyed getting together with friends and having a good time. Sharon and I have occasional dinner parties, but we’ve never hosted a banquet; however, it does sound like a fun thing to do so maybe I’ll give it a shot someday.

Turning to today’s passage, the fact that I’m not ready to open our home to hundreds of people doesn’t mean that I get a pass from helping the poor and needy. At first blush, it would seem that Jesus’ point wasn’t merely the venue in which we meet the needs of the poor; it was about the nature or condition of our hearts as we reach out to them. Are we servants? Are we ready to do our part to help those less fortunate? Most of us can answer yes to these questions. We serve in homeless shelters, food pantries, soup kitchens, and we give financially to help the poor, but there is something more about this passage that bears mentioning.

The setting or location of the banquet in today’s passage really is significant; in fact it’s the key to the passage, and here’s why: When we volunteer at a homeless shelter we spend a few hours on a weekend helping some poor, down-and-out people get back on their feet. We share the Good News with them, we talk and laugh and sometimes we cry, but then we leave and return to our comfortable, cozy homes. What does that say about how we really feel about the poor and needy? Turn now to the banquet. When you throw a banquet you usually do so to honor the quests. You invite them into your home, you entertain them and feed them, and you show them honor and respect. I think that is what Jesus is saying here. It’s not enough to just care for the poor; it’s how you do it. Do you really care for those around you? Do you treat them with honor and respect? That’s the type of behavior that will ensure that you get “repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.” Thanks be to Jesus for showing us the Way! He is the Truth and the Light!

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Tuesday, January 02 2018

Verse pf the Day

For our citizenship is in heaven, from which also we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ… [Philippians 3:20 – NASB]

In the 1950s, we were fascinated by aliens from outer space zooming across the night sky in flying saucers. More recently, our focus has shifted to “illegal” aliens from south of the border. By labeling someone as an alien, all we are doing is saying they don’t belong or are foreign. An alien is someone who is different from us (whoever “us” may be).

As Christ Followers, we, too, are aliens. This may be a bit perplexing at first, but as the Apostle Paul tells us in today’s passage from Philippians, we are citizens of Heaven, and, as such, we are merely temporary residents of this world. But just because we are aliens doesn’t mean that we are to isolate ourselves from the world. We are not hermits. While we wait for God to call us home, we are to be engaged in the world around us sharing the Good News with the lost of the world. So let’s make a difference for Jesus today.

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