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PrayingThePsalms:117
Found: kjv@Psalms:117:2 @ For his merciful kindness is great toward us: and the truth of the LORD endureth for ever. Praise ye the LORD.


John:20:19-23
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 362




John:20:19-23
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




John:1:1-18
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 296




John:1:1-18
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:149
Found: kjv@Psalms:149:1 @ Praise ye the LORD. Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise in the congregation of saints.


PrayingThePsalms:149
Found: kjv@Psalms:149:2 @ Let Israel rejoice in him that made him: let the children of Zion be joyful in their King.


PrayingThePsalms:149
Found: kjv@Psalms:149:6 @ Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, and a twoedged sword in their hand;


PrayingThePsalms:149
Found: kjv@Psalms:149:8 @ To bind their kings with chains, and their nobles with fetters of iron;


PrayingThePsalms:42
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kjv@Psalms:42 - To the chief Musician, Maschil, for the sons of Korah.



PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:4 @ When I remember these things, I pour out my soul in me: for I had gone with the multitude, I went with them to the house of God, with the voice of joy and praise, with a multitude that kept holyday.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:5 @ Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted in me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:6 @ O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I remember thee from the land of Jordan, and of the Hermonites, from the hill Mizar.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:7 @ Deep calleth unto deep at the noise of thy waterspouts: all thy waves and thy billows are gone over me.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:8 @ Yet the LORD will command his lovingkindness in the daytime, and in the night his song shall be with me, and my prayer unto the God of my life.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:9 @ I will say unto God my rock, Why hast thou forgotten me? why go I mourning because of the oppression of the enemy?


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: kjv@Psalms:42:11 @ Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: The sons of Korah (Korath) kjv@1Chronicles:6:22-24 during the time God placed Israel in exile kjv@1Chronicles:5:25-26.


PrayingThePsalms:42
Found: Other psalms addressed to sons of Korah PrayingThePsalms:42 PrayingThePsalms:43 PrayingThePsalms:44 PrayingThePsalms:45 PrayingThePsalms:46 PrayingThePsalms:47 PrayingThePsalms:48 PrayingThePsalms:49 PrayingThePsalms:84 PrayingThePsalms:85 PrayingThePsalms:87 PrayingThePsalms:88

Matthew:25:31-46
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 99




Matthew:25:31-46
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Luke:9:37-45
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 231




Luke:9:37-45
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:11:25-30
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 46



Matthew:11:25-30
Found: This is not to say that God has something against being wise and prudent; it is exhorted throughout the Bible, the BookOfProverbs itself is a book for the instruction of wisdom. This is to say that the types of people spoken of here are wise and prudent in their own eyes, they are puffed up, the are vain in their own glory. Very little need be hid from them concerning God because they purposely hide HIM from themselves. However there is indication that certain things about creation need to be hid so that they do not become more evil than God limits. Recall that God confused their tongue when they sought to build a tower to the heavens.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: True wisdom requires the reverence towards God. Why would HE give it to any other? The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. In order to know one's space or position in the grand scheme one must first know God's. This requires honesty and sincerity, seeking and longing for, a level opinion of one's self, a clear examination of one's heart and intents. These things in and of themselves are good; it is only right that God desire them in us. Though they are highly spoken of in secular literature, the very notions of each are highly corrupted as are all things, essential elements are sorely missing. To the central core requirement they have become reprobate.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: "All things are delivered unto me of my Father"


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: There has been a cloud of mystery surrounding the Son. He has been spoken of by the prophets. As much detail as they have given us it still requires additional revelation. I have often wondered if the prophets themselves would have recognized the incarnate Christ face to face had the chance been given. Part of that may be because of the missing (shrouded) information and part because of the corrupted directions we have tugged the available details and part of that because plainly we just don't want to.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: Clearly, as much as the nation of Israel thinks that they know about the Father, it is not enough for them to obey HIM. Clearly as much as the nation thinks that they are obeying the Father given the state of the nation they most certainly are being shown that they do not. Look back on the history of the nation. Was there ever a time that God said to them thank you for being such a obedient people? if only the other nations were as obedient as you? This only goes to show that they do not know the Father nor does anyone else. Had they known the Father they would have known the Son. The advantage of Israel was that they had been given the oracles of God, the sad reality is that they still sought not to know their God.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: So then given this condition of unknowing blanketing all mankind what is requires is a further revelation from the Father. Jesus at this gospel point of time is in the process of being that further revelation. Everything that the Father is directing Him towards and attesting to with signs and wonders is revealing Jesus to be the Son. There is no other in all of history to whom divine right and position been so richly attested to in such a thorough and obvious manner. In so doing the Son as well is revealing the true nature of the Father.


Matthew:11:25-30
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:11:25-30
Found: Not all is revealed until we actually come to the Son, to sit at His feet and learn of Him and HIM. Enough is there to know that He is of God and of our desperate need, but to actually know more is to walk alongside Him these remaining years and be shown. Wisdom and prudence are become relationship and proximity and faithfulness.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: "Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me"


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: Otherwise the burden is all upon us and what we are able to make out of the many incomplete evidences, sorting and sifting through the many partial truths, the discernment of what is pure fact and what is distorted corruption. It is an impossible task therefore neither wise nor prudent. It ends where it begins in a circle of hard hardheartedness to God as HE has better chosen to reveal HIMSELF.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: Jesus has already done the heavy lifting as only He could. While the others are on an endless path of self enlightenment (and I fear what they will learn of themselves once enlightened to what they really are), we are on a path of His revealing of the Father and the Father's revealing of Him and of us the true love gift created and called unto glory and virtue.


Matthew:11:25-30
Found: Next: devotion:Matthew:12:1-14 Lord of the Sabbath


Luke:2:41-52
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 198




Luke:2:41-52
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Luke:14:25-35
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 255




Luke:14:25-35
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:8:1-4
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 31



Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Yesterday's devotion ended with Matthew's observation that the Sermon on the Mount crowd dispersed back down the hill stunned at the authority with which Jesus had delivered His teachings, being unlike the authority/teachings of the scribes. Here we see an authority of a different kind: the authority of healing. Just as astounding nonetheless.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Recall that we had mentioned back at the devotion:Matthew:3:13-16 "The Baptism of Jesus" and subsequent leading of the Spirit out into the wilderness for devotion:Matthew:4:1-11 "The Temptation of Jesus" was about Jesus voluntarily/actively submitting Himself to the immediate direction of God the Father. What Jesus heard from the Father to say He said, what He saw from the Father to do He did. The temptation was all about Satan's attempt to get Jesus to out step what He saw from the Father in order to do what He knew Himself to be capable of by His own resource and determination. Since then the Sermon on the Mount and everything to follow leading up to the Cross is all about that obedience Jesus has committed Himself to towards the Father.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: On the Father's part, everything is about one thing and one thing only: establishing HIS son Jesus to be the very fulfillment of HIS messianic promise to Adam and Eve and all generations that follow. For all this time then to now it has been about nothing else but that. With Jesus living in the flesh now the establishment of this is being conducted by a series of physical and very noteworthy confirmations that follow Jesus' obediences, in this case the healing of a leprous man.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Surely disease was not evident in the garden before the fall and it would not have presented itself had man not chosen to disobey God and eat from the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Man was told surely the day that he ate thereof he would die. My feeling is that on that very day man did die, however God in HIS mercy and attempt to redeem man out of it did not allow that process of death to occur all at once; had He allowed it there would have been no chance/time at redemption. What we are seeing in the meantime is the not all at once process of death, disease is living proof that we have come under the process of death. Having eaten of the Tree of Good and Evil, good and evil have become our common experience, good in the sense not all of God's general mercy has been removed, good in the sense that God yet is working non stop towards our salvation from this, evil though in the sense that we are having to face the reality of the impending sentence, evil in the sense that these stark and increasing evidences afflict us along the way.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Man of course refuses to see these things this way. Part of us wants to say that God left this creation incomplete. A part of us even wants to go as far as to say it is God's will that we learn to overcome this incompleteness and add the finishing parts of it by our intellect and determination. Another part of us wants to say that the diseased man must have done something to deserve this (else his parents), that he is being punished by God for this having been done. You can see that there are many ways that we can respond to the evidence of disease, but each of these various ways are are corrupted from the better truth that leads us to the understanding of God's fullest mercy and salvation.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Man had eaten the fruit and now he was set to suffer the consequences of doing so; the consequences could not be removed. So what did God then do? Remember? HE took man away from the Tree of Life and guarded it from man coming back to it on his own. Again it is my belief, not empirical fact, that God did not then create disease, but that the eternal processes that kept the balance of things from collapsing were suddenly withheld in judgment. Only mercy keeps the remaining imbalance from all at once completely decaying.


Matthew:8:1-4
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:8:1-4
Found: The leprous man here did not have to know or believe any of this in order to be healed. He had been pointed to by the Father to Jesus for healing and Jesus obeyed. On the man's part his faith was little more than suspecting that Jesus might be able to make him clean; it was a chance that unfolded right in front of him at one moment's notice. Remember though that the man (healed of leprosy as he is) is still under sentence of death and to be cleansed of that he is going to have to believe on Jesus in a whole different way.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: As sensitive Christian souls, we hate to see anyone suffer (that empathy is not exclusive to Christians either). If we could we would heal any and everyone regardless of their beliefs just so they would not have to suffer. Perhaps our rationale would be if we made a show of God's miraculous power then as a consequence the healed person would then rightly believe in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Our rationale however should be no different than Jesus' at this time, to obey the Father. If there is ever and arrow pointing to a person and a command from above to heal then it is best for us to do so. If there is not that arrow or command then most certainly we are to love and minister to that person without personal judgment for such a general command has been longstanding. And remember that in it all that the most important thing is not hiding ourselves nor them from the evidences of our mutual sentence and experience of this present good/evil, but to allow ourselves/them the greater appreciation of God's merciful offer of ultimate salvation.


Matthew:8:1-4
Found: Next: devotion:Matthew:8:5-13 The Faith of the Centurion


John:1:19-28
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 297




John:1:19-28
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:12:15-21
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 48



Matthew:12:15-21
Found: Previous Context: devotion:Matthew:12:1-14 Lord of the Sabbath


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: The Pharisees have gathered together in council to decide how to destroy Jesus. Jesus then has a choice either to withdraw or to stand and fight. Not only are there legions of angels at His charge there are the multitudes on His side (at least so one would think). The prophecies are fairly clear however, especially this prophecy from nkjv@Isaiah:42:1-4.


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: Matthew has made it a point to tie in prophecy at every chance. In a sense he is building a legal case against the Jewish unbelievers of that time knowing what was commonly known by them about the Messiah. They cannot say that they did not know these scriptures. He is also drawing upon historical facts that many would be fully aware of; they could not say that they weren't aware that there had been a council or that multitudes were following Jesus and that He was healing them all. By the time Matthews gospel had been released much discussion would have occurred as to the facts and if not true would have been met with stiff public opposition to the accounts as detailed. There is not evidence of these facts being deputed on their own validity only as to their objective meaning.


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: So the prophetic directive is clear, the chosen servant Jesus on whom the Holy Spirit has been placed shall not strive, shall not raise His voice, shall not attempt to break nor even quench. If you think about just that it says a whole lot about what God the Father is wanting to do, how HE is going about to establish it and a whole lot about what all has been given Jesus to obey. It has very little resemblance to what we would of our own mind expect.


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: Judgment is not just about stopping and punishing the opposition. It is not just about the great show of strength. Judgment is also about the discipline to not over react, to not loose focus on the objective, to not play the game on similar petty terms, even though you have the power and right to do so. We've spoken before of the false accusation that the Old Testament God is an angry God when in fact HE has been most patient and longsuffering towards the people given what the people are testing HIM with. This is not a new God or an improved softer version being presented in the New Testament, this is an unchangeable God once again doing what is mercifully and righteously the best.


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: The natural tendency is to follow after the strongest leader, the one that imposes his will and collects the largest confederacy. Tyrants seem to have a larger base of support than the meek and soft spoken. Certainly the works of healing have something to do with the present support of Jesus, but where is that support months from now when Jesus is falsely/illegally tried before the Sanhedrin then Pilot/Herod? It may not show at the present moment, but the support of those following is corrupted and very short sighted.


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: Jesus has instructed this before and will instruct it again. It seems always to have the reverse effect though. It has to be said by Jesus regardless. Now it is their decision whether to comply with that or not. Even for those that intend to keep this directive there are a myriad of ways that the heart can find to corrupt that obedience.


Matthew:12:15-21
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:12:15-21
Found: Since the time of the early church when the majority of saints were of Jewish upbringing the church has largely become filled with Gentiles; yet another part of the scriptures that the Jews when tried will have to give an account for. The Gentile believers should not look down on these Jews however, often it is the brutal actions of these Gentiles against these Jews that drive them off, actions for which many of them will be judged. That is not the entire story though it must be said. Each man is responsible for his own relationship with the LORD regardless of what is said by others and what actions are taken. The LORD said to expect there to be wrongful actions, expect there to be hurtful sayings, expect there to be ugly treatment. Why then expect anything different?


Matthew:12:15-21
Found: What is most important for either of us to see is the conduct of Jesus as expressed here, as directed by Holy Scripture. A number of things He could have done, one thing did He do. Ah, if only we would perform such steady minded judgment!


Mark:10:1-12
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 158




Mark:10:1-12
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




John:1:43-51
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 300




John:1:43-51
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:4 @ He shall judge the poor of the people, he shall save the children of the needy, and shall break in pieces the oppressor.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:7 @ In his days shall the righteous flourish; and abundance of peace so long as the moon endureth.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:8 @ He shall have dominion also from sea to sea, and from the river unto the ends of the earth.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:10 @ The kings of Tarshish and of the isles shall bring presents: the kings of Sheba and Seba shall offer gifts.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:13 @ He shall spare the poor and needy, and shall save the souls of the needy.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:15 @ And he shall live, and to him shall be given of the gold of Sheba: prayer also shall be made for him continually; and daily shall he be praised.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:16 @ There shall be an handful of corn in the earth upon the top of the mountains; the fruit thereof shall shake like Lebanon: and they of the city shall flourish like grass of the earth.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:18 @ Blessed be the LORD God, the God of Israel, who only doeth wondrous things.


PrayingThePsalms:72
Found: kjv@Psalms:72:20 @ The prayers of David the son of Jesse are ended.


PrayingThePsalms:58
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kjv@Psalms:58 - To the chief Musician, Altaschith Al, Michtam of David.



PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:1 @ Do ye indeed speak righteousness, O congregation? do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men?


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:2 @ Yea, in heart ye work wickedness; ye weigh the violence of your hands in the earth.


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:4 @ Their poison is like the poison of a serpent: they are like the deaf adder that stoppeth her ear;


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:5 @ Which will not hearken to the voice of charmers, charming never so wisely.


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:6 @ Break their teeth, O God, in their mouth: break out the great teeth of the young lions, O LORD.


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:8 @ As a snail which melteth, let every one of them pass away: like the untimely birth of a woman, that they may not see the sun.


PrayingThePsalms:58
Found: kjv@Psalms:58:10 @ The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked.


Matthew:27:62-66
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 115




Matthew:27:62-66
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:1
Found: kjv@Psalms:1:1 @ Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.


PrayingThePsalms:1
Found: kjv@Psalms:1:2 @ But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.


PrayingThePsalms:1
Found: kjv@Psalms:1:3 @ And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.


PrayingThePsalms:1
Found: kjv@Psalms:1:5 @ Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.


PrayingThePsalms:1
Found: kjv@Psalms:1:6 @ For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.


Luke:17:20-37
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 264




Luke:17:20-37
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:1 @ Why standest thou afar off, O LORD? why hidest thou thyself in times of trouble?


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:3 @ For the wicked boasteth of his heart's desire, and blesseth the covetous, whom the LORD abhorreth.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:4 @ The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:5 @ His ways are always grievous; thy judgments are far above out of his sight: as for all his enemies, he puffeth at them.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:7 @ His mouth is full of cursing and deceit and fraud: under his tongue is mischief and vanity.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:8 @ He sitteth in the lurking places of the villages: in the secret places doth he murder the innocent: his eyes are privily set against the poor.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:14 @ Thou hast seen it; for thou beholdest mischief and spite, to requite it with thy hand: the poor committeth himself unto thee; thou art the helper of the fatherless.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:15 @ Break thou the arm of the wicked and the evil man: seek out his wickedness till thou find none.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:16 @ The LORD is King for ever and ever: the heathen are perished out of his land.


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:17 @ LORD, thou hast heard the desire of the humble: thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt cause thine ear to hear:


PrayingThePsalms:10
Found: kjv@Psalms:10:18 @ To judge the fatherless and the oppressed, that the man of the earth may no more oppress.


PrayingThePsalms:39
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kjv@Psalms:39 - To the chief Musician, even to Jeduthun, A Psalm of David.



PrayingThePsalms:39
Found: kjv@Psalms:39:4 @ LORD, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am.


PrayingThePsalms:39
Found: kjv@Psalms:39:8 @ Deliver me from all my transgressions: make me not the reproach of the foolish.


PrayingThePsalms:39
Found: kjv@Psalms:39:10 @ Remove thy stroke away from me: I am consumed by the blow of thine hand.


Mark:2:18-22
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 128




Mark:2:18-22
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:11:20-24
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Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 45



Matthew:11:20-24
Found: "Then began he to upbraid the cities wherein most of his mighty works were done"


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: The Father has had Jesus set up His home base or hub in Capernaum so to speak, Chorazin and Bethsaida are close by within a few miles. It is the home of Phillip, Andrew and Peter, possibly James and John. Though they are always traveling great distances outward for long periods of time, they seem to make it a point to return here. As a result, several miracles have been performed attesting to Jesus being the Messiah. Jesus had gone to that area in particular in fulfillment of the "great light" prophecy of Isaiah devotion:Matthew:4:12-17 .


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: "It shall be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the day of judgment, than for you"


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Tyre and Sidon are two former Phoenician port cities to the north both with a long history with Israel good and bad. Baal worship is believed to have been brought into Israel long ago from there for instance but so too was donated the supplies for building King David's home palace. These cities being Gentile strongholds are identified by Jesus as places better off on Judgment Day than the Jewish towns where Jesus did more of His obediences than any other place.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: You will recall that it was hard to find but seven persons righteous in all of Sodom. The Sodomites were at Lot's door step demanding that they be able to sodomize the angels sent there to judge the city. Not many cities have a sexual perversity named after them. Many cities have been judged by God in the past, many including these three that Jesus is currently upbraiding have come to complete ruin never again to exist. Only two cities have ever been judged more severely Sodom and Gomorrah. As wicked and deserving of judgment as Sodom itself was, there was a better chance of them repenting and accepting the works of Jesus as messiah than there is in this tri-city hub.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Lets think on those works now, what these people have seen first hand and most frequently and thus should have repented because of. In this gospel devotion Jesus had just asked John the Baptist to consider the same:


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Not one person that has come or has been brought to Jesus has not been healed or released, this regardless of how much or how little they believed, how much or how little their caregivers believed, freely they had received. Not only did Jesus do this, but He miraculously gave the same power to twelve of His disciples and they did the same even despite the harsh treatment they received from the cities. Not only that, Jesus at several points along the way has fulfilled long standing prophecy going back even into His childhood and infancy before He could even speak a word. Wise men from the east have come to worship Him and Herods have sought to destroy Him and villages have cried out for the loss of their young because of who He was perceived even then to be. Prophets have declared Him on the Temple steps and at the Jordan, shepherds have given accounts. He has taught with an authority like no others, intense light has been focus by Him on the misdeeds and misinterpretations of the ruling religious class. He has performed things never seen before. He has calmed a tempest by His rebuke. The people have long awaited such a fulfillment of God's promise. The time table given by Prophet Daniel suggest this time and place. Even the Holy Spirit has descended upon Him and the voice of the Father heard acknowledging Him. What other proofs should the people need?


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: "It shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom in the day of judgment, than for thee"


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Early on God chose to make a point to nation Israel before it was a nation that would be remembered throughout, the story passed down from generation to generation. It is a story of God's judgment. As horrific as that old judgment was, it appears not to be the final judgment, the final judgment is more complete than even that. Sodom was judged then for their sin great as that sin was (the Lord could hear the cries of it calling out to heaven), what is a much greater sin however is having seen Jesus in the flesh like no other city before or since and having it mean little if any effect.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: They thought no different having seen Christ than before they had seen Him. They still saw their lives and their hearts and their salvation in the same way. Jesus had just stopped by to tidy up all this unpleasant affliction and everything, make living in this city a little bit better; just so we could go back and live the way we really desired to live this. They have corrupted what purpose God has for sending Jesus and what purpose God has had in choosing these people to show that purpose through to the rest of the nation and nations. I guess that there is no need nor urgency to repent when there is no fear of judgment for what they are not properly doing and what they are doing instead. What they are doing is worse than anything ever done in Sodom.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Note that Jesus has never pointed directly to any one sin, not as we would think sin to be, He has pointed to something much more defiled. See we consider sin on the scale of personal acts such as cheating or temper or stealing or giving false witness etc... While these things are manifestations of sin, sin goes much deeper to the very heart of the matter: our image of ourselves in relation to our image of God. In order to keep our selves at such a high image we have to bring God's rightful image down to something closer to our level else vanquish it all together; that is how we get to remain who we think that we are. It is that image that must be changed.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: We have all been called to repent, to reconsider, to think of things much differently, to live lives as changed/redeemed/forgiven/exposed/liberated/delivered as from darkness into light/born again. And more than any personal vice or vain deception we have been asked to reconsider one very fundamental thing that logically will turn around everything else in our lives, our recognition and acknowledgement of who God actually is and what God is actually doing. This involves God as HE has revealed HIMSELF to be, not God as we want/make HIM to be; a very important distinction. Yet all too often there appears literally to be no change, no redirection, no substantive alteration. We change some poor habits, we get ourselves out of some disparaging situations, we make ourselves to be better versions of our original selves. If that is all it ever becomes, then that my friends is not repentance, that is continued self indulgence.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:11:20-24
Found: Not only is it true in our own personal walk with Jesus Christ (let's call that out patient keeping of the commandments and faith of Jesus), it is true of what fruit grows out from us, in how we affect other people that true repentance is key. A bad tree cannot produce good fruit, bad fruit is unrepentant fruit which is a continuance of rot no matter how it does or does not manifest itself. John the Baptist once preached of a fruit meat for repentance. Now we may think that we are repentant as it comes to our physical manifestations of sin such as anger or lust or promiscuity or addiction or such, but yet not repentant of our corrupted image of God (images - they all are to some respect) and our relation to that, then the root system that we are tapped into is not the abiding vine of Christ, it is the invasive creeping vine of this world.


Matthew:11:20-24
Found: It is not just for the individual to be of this ongoing repentance, it is of the congregation that acts as a body of salt upon this corrupt world, a city on a hill not hid. It is about not wasting the better revelation of Christ to which we have been blessed to the sticky mud of the common everyday ways of going about.


Mark:4:35-41
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 138




Mark:4:35-41
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:145
Found:

kjv@Psalms:145 - Davids Psalm of praise.



PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:5 @ I will speak of the glorious honour of thy majesty, and of thy wondrous works.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:6 @ And men shall speak of the might of thy terrible acts: and I will declare thy greatness.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:7 @ They shall abundantly utter the memory of thy great goodness, and shall sing of thy righteousness.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:8 @ The LORD is gracious, and full of compassion; slow to anger, and of great mercy.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:11 @ They shall speak of the glory of thy kingdom, and talk of thy power;


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:12 @ To make known to the sons of men his mighty acts, and the glorious majesty of his kingdom.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:15 @ The eyes of all wait upon thee; and thou givest them their meat in due season.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:16 @ Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:19 @ He will fulfil the desire of them that fear him: he also will hear their cry, and will save them.


PrayingThePsalms:145
Found: kjv@Psalms:145:21 @ My mouth shall speak the praise of the LORD: and let all flesh bless his holy name for ever and ever.


Luke:22:47-53
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 285




Luke:22:47-53
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:60
Found:

kjv@Psalms:60 - To the chief Musician upon Shushaneduth Shuwshan, Michtam of David, to teach; when he strove with Aramnaharaim Aram and with Aramzobah Aram, when Joab returned, and smote of Edom in the valley of salt twelve sh@ thousand.



PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:1 @ O God, thou hast cast us off, thou hast scattered us, thou hast been displeased; O turn thyself to us again.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:2 @ Thou hast made the earth to tremble; thou hast broken it: heal the breaches thereof; for it shaketh.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:3 @ Thou hast shewed thy people hard things: thou hast made us to drink the wine of astonishment.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:4 @ Thou hast given a banner to them that fear thee, that it may be displayed because of the truth. Selah.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:6 @ God hath spoken in his holiness; I will rejoice, I will divide Shechem, and mete out the valley of Succoth.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:7 @ Gilead is mine, and Manasseh is mine; Ephraim also is the strength of mine head; Judah is my lawgiver;


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:8 @ Moab is my washpot; over Edom will I cast out my shoe: Philistia, triumph thou because of me.


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:10 @ Wilt not thou, O God, which hadst cast us off? and thou, O God, which didst not go out with our armies?


PrayingThePsalms:60
Found: kjv@Psalms:60:11 @ Give us help from trouble: for vain is the help of man.


Luke:18:9-14
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 266




Luke:18:9-14
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:26:36-46
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 105




Matthew:26:36-46
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:6:25-34
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 25



Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Todays subject goes hand in hand with yesterdays. Remember that this is one continuous sermon; there would not have been a pause or break between these two. What one treasures one is anxious about. Treasure is not just the accumulation of wealth, but wealth buys the daily essentials that we are most concerned about. Have not the capital to purchase or the resource to produce/secure/barter and there is bound to be worry over it. Many people however are consumed by the obsessive troubling over it even in their abundance more out of faulty spirit than of sheer desparation; their treasure is daily plenty yet no current amount seems enough.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Note that there are three God given means examined here: processes external from us (the fowls of the air coming upon a field where God is already processing grain), processes internal (flowers of the field whom God is processing from within into genus identities); and processes only by God's special command (adding cubits to one's stature). None of these process in their natural examples can the principal object effect by worry.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: "If God so clothe the grass of the field, which to day is, and to morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe you"?


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Know that the flower in it's natural state is beautiful just as God has made it and each flower genus is beautiful in it's own distinctive way. The concept becomes corrupted when the flower thinks of itself as a pine tree. This concept is shown to be true even back to the Garden of Eden when man suddenly became ashamed of the now corrupted image he had of himself and his wife.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Know that there is man as God has made him and then man the way he perceives himself to be. As we've begun to see that image he has of himself is corrupted. To the man it may seem perfectly reasonable to worry that he is not one forearm's length taller or at least that the others see him as being so, but honestly what purpose is it to God that the man become that. Does he amount to anything more in God's eye by being such? If it were needed to be done in God's plan, it certainly wouldn't be the man's worry will make it happen, it would only be by a special act of God specific to this incident.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: We have had previous considerations of God's general grace upon all man and so far this discussion seems to be a part of that to a large scale. I would like to make mention of some occasions of extraordinary providence such as those soon to be encountered by these twelve disciples with Jesus' feeding of the five thousand, the calming of the tempest storm, a colt for Jesus to make entry on tied to a certain post, etc... We also have record in the Testaments both old and new of other occurrences; even testimonies yet today of saints say on missions that are miraculously provided for in the course of their work. There are indeed special providences. Again though worry has done nothing to cause or expedite them into happening.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: "Your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things".


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Given our corrupted sense I think it best to first question the distinction we make of what is in fact needed and what is wanted and what form it should be expected to be delivered in. The wild rose that sees itself as a Ponderosa pine is going to pray for and expect needles and cones any day now, probably brought to him one by one in the beaks of African hummingbird with leg ribbons as a confirming sign; no doubt. The salt craving goose expects the winter ice to suddenly lift revealing much freshly popped buttery treat beneath. Does the man needing additional stature expect his legs to lengthen or his neck to extend by morning? Sounds silly, but are our own various corruptions anything less?


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: Man is being anxiously consumed over issue of daily life, over our raiment, over what we shall eat/drink/wear; in other words over material things to the point of neglecting the spiritual. We will even see in modern Christian prosperity cults and teachings certain followers that are so concerned over their material needs/grasping for help so frantically that they are cherry picking bible verses to feed into their obsession for material gain. Imagine praying for or claiming as spiritual birth right the miraculous receiving of a million dollar house or yacht and how different that is from what Jesus (who had nowhere to rest His head) is talking here about.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: The evil of the day reminds me of our previous considerations of the rust, the rot, the eating away and the thievery of this world. They are all things to consider. Anyone who has been through a plague or a drought or depression knows how the survival instinct takes over and the single minded drive that got you through that experience continues long past the actual season. I will not say that that is a bad thing in and of itself. Jesus is not saying to not reap or sow or store up or be self sufficient/prepared/thrifty, there is plenty of scripture to support these disciplines, He is saying that the excesses of thought/the cares of this world can/do choke the word of God off if we so let it and that life is more than these daily needs.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:6:25-34
Found: "But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you".


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: It is not all that different than saying be poor of spirit, be meek, be pure of heart, hunger/thirst for righteousness, others may persecute you for your beliefs by keeping you from these kinds of daily necessities. It is not all that different than saying here is the patience of the saints, here are they that keep the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: We should now also consider from earlier parts of this sermon that in Christ we are a body, that the body has a responsibility to itself to keep this concept right-side up in our minds, that the body aptly supplies unto itself, that there are efficiencies to be obediently maximized in the body that the lone individual cannot attain to.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: We must also consider a person's further responsibilities at this point as well. A parent for example does have the added responsibility for the little ones that cannot care for themselves, just as a caregiver for the elderly or sickly. Adding this into the mix of what we have already been talking about, it seems logical to suggest that by making the pursuit of God's kingdom and righteousness our first order produces a series of traits and obediences within us (His influence upon us) through which God provides our daily sustenance by means internal/external and of special providence. This is opposite making securement of our daily needs first and then if there is time and the mind and the strength left at the end of the day to pursue kingdom and righteousness; well then by all means. The two opposites are physically doing nearly identical things in their day, but doing them from two separate motives and mind sets. One is troubled, the other one trusts.


Matthew:6:25-34
Found: "Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself".


Mark:1:40-45
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 125




Mark:1:40-45
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




John:11:38-44
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 331




John:11:38-44
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




John:14:15-31
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 342




John:14:15-31
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Luke:10:1-24
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 234




Luke:10:1-24
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




PrayingThePsalms:65
Found:

kjv@Psalms:65 - To the chief Musician, A Psalm and Song of David



PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:4 @ Blessed is the man whom thou choosest, and causest to approach unto thee, that he may dwell in thy courts: we shall be satisfied with the goodness of thy house, even of thy holy temple.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:5 @ By terrible things in righteousness wilt thou answer us, O God of our salvation; who art the confidence of all the ends of the earth, and of them that are afar off upon the sea:


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:7 @ Which stilleth the noise of the seas, the noise of their waves, and the tumult of the people.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:8 @ They also that dwell in the uttermost parts are afraid at thy tokens: thou makest the outgoings of the morning and evening to rejoice.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:9 @ Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it: thou greatly enrichest it with the river of God, which is full of water: thou preparest them corn, when thou hast so provided for it.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:10 @ Thou waterest the ridges thereof abundantly: thou settlest the furrows thereof: thou makest it soft with showers: thou blessest the springing thereof.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found: kjv@Psalms:65:12 @ They drop upon the pastures of the wilderness: and the little hills rejoice on every side.


PrayingThePsalms:65
Found:
Note: The first half of verse eight was left blank in the absence of a category at what other non-specific peoples are doing/experiencing. They are not identified as disciples nor wicked.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found:

kjv@Psalms:86 - A Prayer of David.



PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:4 @ Rejoice the soul of thy servant: for unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:6 @ Give ear, O LORD, unto my prayer; and attend to the voice of my supplications.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:7 @ In the day of my trouble I will call upon thee: for thou wilt answer me.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:14 @ O God, the proud are risen against me, and the assemblies of violent men have sought after my soul; and have not set thee before them.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:15 @ But thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion, and gracious, longsuffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth.


PrayingThePsalms:86
Found: kjv@Psalms:86:16 @ O turn unto me, and have mercy upon me; give thy strength unto thy servant, and save the son of thine handmaid.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 69



Matthew:17:1-13
Found: It has six days since the disciples had been told Jesus must suffer and die, to think anything other is think along the lines of Satan. They were told that they would need to deny their own selves and pick up the Cross of Christ and follow. One might think that this is all crazy talk, the guy has a thing about dying. Well in case that is what be thought still after six days, here comes the sight of Christ in His glory attended to by Moses and Elijah and the voice of the Father above saying "hear Him".


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: I imagine that having briefly seen Christ Jesus as He is in all eternity past and future it would be hard to see Him as anything other. If it is your worry for sorrow of what your friend might suffer, so too should it be your comfort of who He is and why it is He has been sent to suffer it.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: The Law and the Prophets attest to Jesus being the Christ. His identity is firmly established by them. It is not because of what they are that He is who HE is, it is because of who He is that they are what they are. He was first presented in His glory and then they came into sight. And when there came the voice from the cloud only He then remained.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: "Behold a voice out of the cloud, which said, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him".


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: Imagine had the voice said "gentleman... I am concerned about my son... all this crazy talk about dying... could you please try to get Him to listen to you?... He won't listen to me nor Moses... I'll make sure that there is something in it for the three of you". No instead the voice says to listen to Him and to underline it with due emphasis Jesus is transfigured and met by Moses and Elijah attending to Him.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: Here is one possible way for the disciples to corrupt the understanding of this event: three religious icons/three equal standings. You know that man is going to find a way to make something other out of this (many ways). Think of Moses and one typically thinks of the Law, but he was also a prophet in that he prophesied the rising of a prophet like unto himself nkjv@Deuteronomy:18:15-19 over Israel, to Him listen, that the law of Moses would require it of them. Elijah was known for the slaying of all the prophets of Baal and also for being taken on a chariot (not death) into heaven. nkjv@Malachi:4:5 would be a well known prophesy concerning Elijah's return just before the great and dreadful day of the LORD. Neither men are ever declared themselves to be Lords and both place themselves as servants of one greater than themselves. Because of their historical significance and legendary uniqueness however, that along with Jesus being the relative new comer, it would be easy to reverse or equalize the roles and importance to which they represent.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: There should be no doubt whose voice the voice from the cloud is by their reaction to it. No other person has the Father so confirmed as being "beloved Son". There should be no doubt now who the most important of the three is both by manifested glory and by vocal confirmation. It is interesting how we can immediately and without hesitation discern the voice of the Father from the cloud, even discern the identities of previous religious ancestors, but not so easily the words of the Father from Jesus' lips. As amazing as the glory that shown from Jesus was, it did not send the men to their faces. As soon as the voice was heard however, recognition and fear were instantaneous.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: It is common of most all the prophets of God, few if any were ever treated with due respect, many were treated horribly. Carrying the word of God made them to be targets of sinful men and an ungrateful sheepish nation. Other prophets of other gods had long been cherished and lavished upon. These are the types of prophets that people are most drawn to and there are many of them. They pronounce doctrines that tickle the ears, predict peace where there is no peace, freedom from the burden of the law where there is no Christ, promote idols that display wealth/strength/protection from enemies and other gods/sexual liberty/fertility/bountiful harvest/etc... That is what a proper god is to people and that is what a proper prophet should be evangelizing. John the Baptist, said by Jesus to be the greatest prophet born of woman, was beheaded; his head served as a reward to Herod's step daughter dancing in a most erotic way for him and his guests.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:17:1-13
Found: The voice of God commands due reverence and respect. Even more important than the awesome tone and timber of that voice is the words formed by that voice and their meanings to us and the road ahead. That voice is sent forth more than just one form. It is for us to realize that whether spoken or written or recounted, they are the same words, the same immediate connection from the same God that should send us to the ground as if dead if not for the similar calming touch and whisper from Jesus. These words said "this is my beloved son" and "hear Him". Jesus says then "arise and be not afraid". So should we do!


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: "Tell the vision to no man, until the Son of man be risen again from the dead"


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: The revelation of who Jesus has been seen and been confirmed to be should not be spoken of without there first being the essential context of His death and resurrection and ascension back to the Father's throne. The speaker should both know and be transformed by it and so should the listener be made aware of it before any ultimate declaration. It is not just any Jesus that we worship and give our lives over to. A Jesus outside of this context is a Jesus like a hundred even a thousand others that people readily bow themselves to. These many Jesus's are like the idols of old only now with the good name of Jesus attached. The prophets of these many Jesus's are like the many prophets of old that gave the people a god or gods more like what they wanted. Only one Jesus is this "beloved" Jesus, that is the Jesus whom died and rose and was ascended, that is the Jesus we must deny ourselves to and pick up His cross and follow.


Matthew:17:1-13
Found: Next: devotion:Matthew:17:14-23 The Healing of a Boy With a Demon


Luke:22:7-38
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 283




Luke:22:7-38
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What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Luke:13:31-35
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 252




Luke:13:31-35
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?




Matthew:6:16-18
Found:

Faith of Jesus Daily Devotional - Day 23



Matthew:6:16-18
Found: "Thy Father, which seeth in secret, shall reward thee openly". Another way to think of this is that no offering made in appreciation to Christ's lordship made unto God in secret will go unnoticed by HIM. Even if it goes unnoticed by others, not HIM. Whose notice is more important?


Matthew:6:16-18
Found: The best that can be said is that they have their reward; they make their own reward. If the intention was to be noticed by man, there you have it you got noticed by a few men. Some reward isn't it? That type of attention you have to keep striving for because it dies away real quick and those types of men demand that you keep on doing it. Maybe a fast from needing the attention of others is more in order!


Matthew:6:16-18
Found: The warning here isn't just to those that feel that they need to stoop to this, it is also for those in authority that look for this and reward it. It is most frequently the case where this type of promotion ingrains itself into the dominant religious environment. It is not just with alms or prayer or fasting either, it can develop into a show to counterfeit speaking in tongues and healing for instance. Pressure is placed upon weaker converts by the stronger members to submit to these actions in order for them to be promoted. The warning is that God knows and the issue will be dealt with accordingly. Maybe that is the reward that they have made for themselves, signed, sealed and soon to be mete out.


Matthew:6:16-18
Found:

What does this passage tell us about the about the commands and faith of Jesus that saints are to keep/guard?



Matthew:6:16-18
Found: