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Finishing the Christian Race


Daily Bible Reading – Isaiah 22-24; Hebrews 12

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 12:1-3

 

Running a race is a common metaphor for the Christian life, and as many of you know, it is one that I use often.  Because of that, my first inclination was not to write this particular devotional today.  My plan was to write about a different topic, but as is so often the case, it seems God had a different plan in mind for me.  As many times as I tried to get away from this topic and write about something else, I found that God kept pulling me back to this particular passage.  As I studied this passage today, it became clear to me why God kept bringing me back to it.  Though the metaphor of a race is one I have used in the past, the author of Hebrews provides us with three practical tips to finishing the Christian race that are so important that they bear repeating.

Remember the Witnesses – Most long distance runners will tell you that at some point in a long race they are going to feel the temptation to quit.  As your legs become wobbly and your body grows weary, sometimes all you want to do is stop running.  One thing a runner can do in those times to regain motivation to continue is to remember all of the people who have run the race in the past.  The runner is not the only one to have ever run the race.  Other people have run it and other people have won.  Like the runner, we too can remember the others who have run this race.  In yesterday’s reading we read about the faith hall of fame, referred to here as, “a great cloud of witnesses” (Vs. 1)  When we face times of struggle, we can remember these witnesses and gain the motivation necessary to continue running.

Strip the Weight – A marathon runner would never show up for a race 100 pounds overweight, and he would probably not show up wearing a suit of armor.  To ensure the best possible finish, a runner shows up to the race in shape and wearing as little extra weight as possible because he does not need anything to get in his way or slow him down.  Likewise, we need to strip the weight off of ourselves for our Christian race.  (Vs. 1) This weight might be a hidden sin or an addiction.  It might be a person that we need to stop hanging around.  It might be an activity that we need to quit.  Whatever it is, if it is slowing you down you need to get rid of it.

Keep Your Eyes on the Finish Line – A runner who does not know where the finish line is will probably not do very well.  During the race, if he loses focus and takes his eyes off the finish line he might stray off course.  As we run our Christian race, we must always, “fix our eyes on Jesus”. (Vs. 2)  We are running the race for a reason.  Let us never forget that He is that reason.  “Consider him who endured such opposition from sinful men, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.” (Vs. 3)

How is your race going?  Are you remembering the witnesses?  Have you stripped off excess weight?  Are you keeping your eyes on the finish line?  Let us all run this race together, and let us all finish strong.

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The Faith Hall of Fame


Daily Bible Reading – Isaiah 19-21; Hebrews 11

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 11:32-40

 

It is easy to understand why Hebrews 11 is often referred to as the faith hall of fame.  After all, some of the greatest names from the Old Testament are listed in this chapter as examples of people living by faith.  The chapter begins with a perfect definition of faith, which is, “being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” (Vs. 1)  The author continues with a list of people with great faith.  Abel offered God a pleasing sacrifice of a blood animal. (Vs. 4)  Enoch walked with God and was immediately taken up to Heaven. (Vs. 5)  Noah built an ark before he saw any rain. (Vs. 7)  Abraham left his home at God’s request and set out to an unknown place (Vs. 8), became a father though he was advanced in years (Vs. 11), and offered his son Isaac as a sacrifice to God. (Vs. 17)  Isaac blessed his two children’s futures. (Vs. 20)  Jacob blessed each of Joseph’s sons. (Vs. 21)  Joseph trusted that God would bring His people out of Egypt and wanted his remains taken to the Promised Land. (Vs. 22)  Moses chose to be mistreated as a man of God instead of enjoying sinful pleasures. (Vs. 24)  Interestingly, even the prostitute Rahab is included in the faith hall of fame because she welcomed the spies in Jericho and believed God would save her. (Vs. 31)  Undoubtedly, these are great people who all had great faith.

For most of us, when we read this chapter with all of the greatest people of the Bible listed in front of us, our first thought might be that these people are so much greater than we are.  Who am I compared to Moses, Noah, Abraham, or even Rahab?  These people all seem bigger than life, and have done so much for our faith and our God.  The most interesting part of this entire chapter though, is found in the final two verses.  We read, “These were all commended for their faith, yet none of them received what had been promised. God had planned something better for us so that only together with us would they be made perfect.” (Vss. 39-40)  Believe it or not, as great as all of these men and women were, we actually have more than they did.  We have been given something better than any of these people!  Each of us today has the opportunity to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  For those of us who are following Him, we have the Holy Spirit living inside of us guiding us as we walk in faith.  These truths that so many of us can sometimes take for granted were nothing more than a dream and a hope for the men and women of the Old Testament.  Thank God today for His mercy, His forgiveness, and the better plan He has for us.

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A Call For Perseverance


Daily Bible Reading – Isaiah 15-18; Hebrews 10

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 10:32-39

 

At the time of this writing, Emmitt Smith is the National Football League’s all-time leading rusher.  Over the course of fifteen seasons as a running back, he rushed for 18,355 yards – the equivalent of almost 10.5 miles.  As would be expected, most of his professional statistics are impressive.  He scored a total of 175 touchdowns and only fumbled the ball 61 times.  Perhaps the most interesting statistic is his average yards per carry.  During his fifteen year, 10.5 mile journey into history, he was knocked down every 4.2 yards.  The reason Emmitt Smith will forever be considered one of the greatest running backs to ever play is because each time he got knocked down – all 4409 of them – he got back up and kept going.  He could have quit at any time, but instead he decided to keep running until he reached his goal.

In today’s key passage, the author of Hebrews is asking his readers to persevere.  He knew that his readers were on the verge of leaving the faith.  These new Christians were considering turning their backs on Christ and returning to their Jewish traditions.  The author asks them to remember how they felt when they were first saved. (Vs. 32)  He reminds them of all the times they stood firm in their faith even when facing insults and persecution. (Vs. 33)  He asks them to persevere through their current struggles, knowing that they will one day receive the promises of God. (Vs. 36)

Our walk with Christ is a long one.  As we live for Him daily, we must always remember that the Christian life is a marathon.  We are going to face some hard times, and even the best among us are going to be knocked down from time to time.  The true test of our faith lies in how we react when we are knocked down.  We can choose to quit.  We can choose to turn our backs on God and go back to living our lives filled with sin, or we can choose to get back up.  The important thing to remember is that we cannot persevere on our own.  When we try to endure hardships in our own strength, it is likely to only get worse.  Fortunately, because we have Christ living inside of us, we do not have to try to persevere in our own strength.  His strength will pick us up when we are knocked down.  His strength will allow us to keep going.  When the road seems too tough for you to continue, remember the words of Jesus when He said, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28-30)  Christ will help you carry whatever weight you have to bear, and the knowledge of your certain salvation will help you get back up and keep going.

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Time to Grow Up


Daily Bible Reading – Hosea 13,14; Psalms 100, 102; Hebrews 5

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 5:1-14

 

In my late twenties, I was living the life of a typical bachelor.  At that point, I was not saved so everything I did was about me.  I only cared about my own wants and needs, and I had no plans to ever change.  I had a good job and made good money, which I spent almost entirely on myself as I tried to find fulfillment in everything other than God.  Then in January of 2007, my life was forever changed when God introduced me to my wife and daughter.  In a relatively short period of time, I went from being a single man with very few responsibilities to being a husband and a father.  Over the course of the next few years, God would change the direction of my life from a person living an evil life for himself to a man saved by the grace of God and living for Him.  Somewhere along the way, I realized it was time to grow up.

Most of us have probably had a moment in life when we realize it is time to grow up.  Sometimes these moments occur along with a life-altering event, while other times it is a bit more subtle.  The author of Hebrews was hoping that his readers would have one of these moments.  In today’s key passage, the author tells his Jewish Christian audience that it is time to grow up.  The author says, “It is hard to explain because you are slow to learn. In fact, though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God’s word all over again. You need milk, not solid food! Anyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is not acquainted with the teaching about righteousness. But solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil.” (Vss. 11-14)  These Jewish Christians were immature, and were not even applying the basics of Christianity to their own lives, so they were unable to grow.

There is nothing wrong with being a “baby Christian”, and there is nothing wrong with drinking “spiritual milk”.  In fact, it is important in the lives of every new follower of Christ to spend time learning and understanding the “ABC’s” of the faith.  Eventually though, the time comes to grow up.  Eventually, we must mature from milk to solid food.  Eventually, disciples must begin making new disciples.  The key to this maturity is discernment.  As we grow in Christ, we become better at making the distinction between good and evil.  As we grow in Christ, we become better at avoiding temptations.  God is not looking for us to be perfect right away, but He is looking for growth.  As we live our lives for Him, let us all constantly strive to get better.  Let us all constantly strive to grow up.

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A Father’s Discipline


Daily Bible Reading – Hebrews 12,13; Jude

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 12:4-13

 

When I read today’s key passage, I am reminded of a time when my wife and I had to discipline our daughter by sending her to her room.  When she came back out to apologize, we took some time explaining to her the reason for the correction.  We explained to our daughter that we were not mad at her but were instead mad at her actions, and that we only discipline her because we love her and because we want what is best for her.  As we were telling her this, I could see in her eyes that she was confused.  It can be confusing, especially to a child, to think of discipline as being an act of love.

When I look back on my childhood, I can remember some of the times when I received correction and discipline from my parents.  At the time, I obviously did not enjoy the corrections, but looking back on it now, I am grateful to my parents for loving me enough to try to shape me into a good person.  As parents, we all have the responsibility to try to raise our children to live according to God’s standards, and I am so thankful to my parents for the job they did.  I am now able to understand that every time I received discipline, it was done in love for me.  If my parents did not care about me, they would have let me do whatever I wanted to do without consequence, but fortunately that was not the way it worked.  As much as human parents love their children, the love God has for his children is infinitely greater.  If the love is greater, it only makes sense that the corrections would be greater.  Do not get me wrong, I am not talking about an angry God who smites us down to teach us a lesson, but God does provide us with corrections.  From time to time, He gently nudges us back onto the correct path.  Sometimes it happens when we read a passage and are convicted in a way we have never been convicted before.  Sometimes it happens in the circumstances we find ourselves facing.  Sometimes it happens during prayer.  God always speaks to us, and urges us to get back on the straight and narrow.  The question, then, is not whether or not God will discipline us.  As a loving Father, He will provide correction.  The only question that remains is how we will deal with that discipline.  Will we get angry at Him for it?  Will we rebel against it?  Will we think we did not deserve it?  Will we allow it to bring us down?  Hopefully, we will see it as an act of love from our perfect Father in Heaven, thank him for the correction, and make our way back to the path He wants us to follow.

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God Will Remember No More


Daily Bible Reading – Hebrews 9-11

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 10:11-23

 

We have all heard the saying “forgive and forget”.  Practically speaking, for most of us even when we are able to forgive, forgetting proves to be much more difficult.  It is hard to forget about past hurts and past injustices.  Fortunately, our Father in Heaven does not have this problem.  In the old Jewish system, the priests’ work was never done.  They constantly had to offer sacrifices for the forgiveness of sins.  They were always standing.  Christ finished the job and took a seat – not just any seat, but the one at the right hand of the Father.  While the priests’ work could not completely remove all sin, Christ’s work cleansed each of us from sin entirely.

Men who were guided by the Holy Spirit wrote the Bible.  It is inerrant and absolutely true.  God is our perfect creator who never lies.  Therefore, when we read in Hebrews that God said, “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more” (10:17), we know that He means what He said.  When we confess our sin to God, he immediately forgives us, but He does so much more than that.  He also forgets about our sins, and cleanses us from all unrighteousness.  When a person goes to trial and is found “not guilty”, legally his criminal record is expunged and it is as if he was never even accused of the crime.  God’s forgiveness works the same way.  Once He forgives us, it becomes as if we had never committed the sin in the first place.

For most of us, it can be difficult not to dwell in the past.  It is sometimes hard for us to forget what we have done.  It is hard for us not to want to ask for forgiveness for the same sins repeatedly.  God tells us we do not need to do that.  He says He has forgiven us and will remember no more.  Let us all take a lesson from God on this – once you have confessed your sins to God, trust that He has forgiven you and then remember to remember no more.

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God Provides an Answer


Daily Bible Reading – Hebrews 5-8

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 6:1-12

We all get discouraged.  There are times when we feel like we might be working in vain.  Sometimes, we might even feel like God has forgotten about us.  We may not always see the rewards of our actions.  We might face rejection on this earth repeatedly.  We might try to speak the truth to people who do not want to hear it, and it might even appear that we are not reaching anyone through our actions.  The fact is we are not working in vain.  God will never forget about us.  He is just and good, and He will reward us for our work – maybe not in this life but in our eternal life to come.  While we may face rejection in this world, God will never reject us.  While it may seem that no one is hearing us, the Bible says in Isaiah 55:11 that, “so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”  His Word does not return void.

It is amazing the way God works.  It is amazing the things that He does and the ways that He goes about providing us direction.  About a year ago, I went through a time of discouragement.  I wondered if I was making any difference in this world, and I prayed night and day seeking God’s direction for my life.  One day, my daughter was over at a friend’s house playing until she came running back home crying.  As I sat in my office writing, she came in and sat on my lap.  While I was trying to comfort her and dry her tears, I still did not really understand what could have upset her so much.  Finally, she told me what had happened.  In the simple words of my seven year old, she said she “didn’t feel wanted over there” at her friend’s house.  I dried her eyes and explained that there are times when all of us feel like we are not wanted.  I told her that I felt like that too sometimes and that sometimes people will disappoint us and make us feel that way.  Then I told her that there was someone who would never make her feel unwanted or rejected.  When I asked her if she knew whom I was talking about, I expected her to answer that I was talking about her Mommy and me.  Instead, it melted my heart when her face immediately brightened as she said, “God!”  She got it!  She knew in that moment that God would never make her feel unwanted.  I knew in that moment that He would never make me feel unwanted either.

Today as I was going through my daily Bible study, I got to the passage above.  As so often is the case, this passage jumped off the page to me.  It was as if it were the only passage on the page.  “God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them. We want each of you to show this same diligence to the very end, so that what you hope for may be fully realized. We do not want you to become lazy, but to imitate those who through faith and patience inherit what has been promised.” (6:10-12)  This passage was written for the Jewish Christians who were thinking about going back to Judaism.  It was written for me.  It was written for you.  His Word speaks to all of us.  God communicates with us all the time.  When we go to Him in prayer, He WILL provide an answer.  All we have to do is wait and listen.

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Finding Something Better


Daily Bible Reading – Philemon; Hebrews 1-4

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 1:1-4

Most people are constantly striving for something better.  A better house, a better job, a better car, a better phone, and better relationships seem to be the trend.  The Bible tells us that most of time, we are better off being content with what we have.  There are times, though, when it is good to seek something better.  We should all strive to have a better relationship with God, a better understanding of His word, and better ways to serve His Kingdom.  The Book of Hebrews is all about something better.  It was written to Jewish Christians who were tempted to abandon Christianity and go back to Judaism.  This Book pleads with these believers not to leave the faith, because faith in Jesus Christ offers something better.  In the first three verses, the author of the Book explains that we have a better message and a better messenger.

Since the Bible was first written, there has always been a good message.  God spoke to the people in the Old Testament in various ways and at various times.  As good as the Old Testament is, though, it is an incomplete message.  The Old Testament speaks of promises that were not yet fulfilled.  The New Testament fulfills these promises with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  In addition, in the Old Testament, God spoke through good men like Moses, David, and Daniel who received messages from God and wrote them down.  In the New Testament, good godly men also wrote down the Word of God with direction from the Holy Spirit, but there is a difference.  Hebrews 1:2 says, “but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son”.  God sent a special messenger to Heaven to speak for us.  Jesus Christ is our messenger, and He is a messenger not available in the Old Testament.  He is a better messenger for us because of who He is, and what He has done.

Be grateful in the knowledge that we have something better.  Our faith in Jesus Christ has given us a better message and a better messenger.  That faith will also provide us with something better than anything in this world – eternal life with our Savior.

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Finishing the Christian Race


Daily Bible Reading – Isaiah 22-24; Hebrews 12

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 12:1-3

 

Running a race is a common metaphor for the Christian life, and as many of you know, it is one that I use often.  Because of that, my first inclination was not to write this particular devotional today.  My plan was to write about a different topic, but as is so often the case, it seems God had a different plan in mind for me.  As many times as I tried to get away from this topic and write about something else, I found that God kept pulling me back to this particular passage.  As I studied this passage today, it became clear to me why God kept bringing me back to it.  Though the metaphor of a race is one I have used in the past, the author of Hebrews provides us with three practical tips to finishing the Christian race that are so important that they bear repeating.

Remember the Witnesses – Most long distance runners will tell you that at some point in a long race they are going to feel the temptation to quit.  As your legs become wobbly and your body grows weary, sometimes all you want to do is stop running.  One thing a runner can do in those times to regain motivation to continue is to remember all of the people who have run the race in the past.  The runner is not the only one to have ever run the race.  Other people have run it and other people have won.  Like the runner, we too can remember the others who have run this race.  In yesterday’s reading we read about the faith hall of fame, referred to here as, “a great cloud of witnesses” (Vs. 1)  When we face times of struggle, we can remember these witnesses and gain the motivation necessary to continue running.

Strip the Weight – A marathon runner would never show up for a race 100 pounds overweight, and he would probably not show up wearing a suit of armor.  To ensure the best possible finish, a runner shows up to the race in shape and wearing as little extra weight as possible because he does not need anything to get in his way or slow him down.  Likewise, we need to strip the weight off of ourselves for our Christian race.  (Vs. 1) This weight might be a hidden sin or an addiction.  It might be a person that we need to stop hanging around.  It might be an activity that we need to quit.  Whatever it is, if it is slowing you down you need to get rid of it.

Keep Your Eyes on the Finish Line – A runner who does not know where the finish line is will probably not do very well.  During the race, if he loses focus and takes his eyes off the finish line he might stray off course.  As we run our Christian race, we must always, “fix our eyes on Jesus”. (Vs. 2)  We are running the race for a reason.  Let us never forget that He is that reason.  “Consider him who endured such opposition from sinful men, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.” (Vs. 3)

How is your race going?  Are you remembering the witnesses?  Have you stripped off excess weight?  Are you keeping your eyes on the finish line?  Let us all run this race together, and let us all finish strong.

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The Faith Hall of Fame


Daily Bible Reading – Isaiah 19-21; Hebrews 11

Today’s Key Passage – Hebrews 11:32-40

 

It is easy to understand why Hebrews 11 is often referred to as the faith hall of fame.  After all, some of the greatest names from the Old Testament are listed in this chapter as examples of people living by faith.  The chapter begins with a perfect definition of faith, which is, “being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” (Vs. 1)  The author continues with a list of people with great faith.  Abel offered God a pleasing sacrifice of a blood animal. (Vs. 4)  Enoch walked with God and was immediately taken up to Heaven. (Vs. 5)  Noah built an ark before he saw any rain. (Vs. 7)  Abraham left his home at God’s request and set out to an unknown place (Vs. 8), became a father though he was advanced in years (Vs. 11), and offered his son Isaac as a sacrifice to God. (Vs. 17)  Isaac blessed his two children’s futures. (Vs. 20)  Jacob blessed each of Joseph’s sons. (Vs. 21)  Joseph trusted that God would bring His people out of Egypt and wanted his remains taken to the Promised Land. (Vs. 22)  Moses chose to be mistreated as a man of God instead of enjoying sinful pleasures. (Vs. 24)  Interestingly, even the prostitute Rahab is included in the faith hall of fame because she welcomed the spies in Jericho and believed God would save her. (Vs. 31)  Undoubtedly, these are great people who all had great faith.

For most of us, when we read this chapter with all of the greatest people of the Bible listed in front of us, our first thought might be that these people are so much greater than we are.  Who am I compared to Moses, Noah, Abraham, or even Rahab?  These people all seem bigger than life, and have done so much for our faith and our God.  The most interesting part of this entire chapter though, is found in the final two verses.  We read, “These were all commended for their faith, yet none of them received what had been promised. God had planned something better for us so that only together with us would they be made perfect.” (Vss. 39-40)  Believe it or not, as great as all of these men and women were, we actually have more than they did.  We have been given something better than any of these people!  Each of us today has the opportunity to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  For those of us who are following Him, we have the Holy Spirit living inside of us guiding us as we walk in faith.  These truths that so many of us can sometimes take for granted were nothing more than a dream and a hope for the men and women of the Old Testament.  Thank God today for His mercy, His forgiveness, and the better plan He has for us.

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