Things to Remember – Part 4

Do you have a safe in your house?  Do you remember the combination?  Of course, you do.

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Deuteronomy 8:18 – But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.

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If you have a safe in your home, but don’t know the combination, you cannot get into it to store or retrieve your valuables.  For that reason, you would surely memorize the combination.  And even if you had issues with your memory for that purpose, you would at least have the combination recorded in a place you could remember, from which you could retrieve the combination whenever you needed it.  It amazes me to think of the measures Christians will take to store their natural possessions safely from thieves, while not considering the most valuable possessions they hold valuable enough to store them securely.  And what are those possessions?  Those possessions fall under the general heading of KNOWLEDGE.  KNOWLEDGE of the Scriptures; where divine promises are found; how to use the Name of Jesus; the power of the Name of Jesus, His blood, His Word, and the mighty Holy Ghost.  These divine jewels that are the possessions of heaven’s citizenry are all too often handled with great slackness and lack of diligence.

How many Christians face financial crises in their life?  At some point, every believer has faced such issues.  So why do some rise victoriously and prosper through those places while so many others languish under the daily pressures of lack, poverty, and desperation?  God does not show favoritism of one man over another, but He DOES favor faith over doubt and unbelief.  The question must be asked; what have we done with the Word?  Have we allowed Satan to come and steal it?  We are warned that he will come for that very reason.  Do we allow our own spirit man to remain full of rocks and unplowed ground where the Word can take root and grow?  Do we allow the cares of this life, the deceitfulness of riches, and the lusts of other things to choke out the Word in our life?  Or do we take the necessary action to make sure our spirits are well prepared to receive the Word, and once received, protect and water it until is produces fruit in our lives?

Take a moment and read our Text for Today again.  Do you see the commandment?  “Thou shalt remember the Lord thy God…”  There are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and Holy Ghost; these three are One.  If you truly remember the Lord your God, then you also hold in your memory His Word, for they are One.  Put your memory to work by faith, and begin remembering your God above all else today.

Manna for Today – Psalm 118; Deuteronomy 8; Genesis 9:5; 1 Chronicles 16:12; Psalm 77:6-11; Proverbs 4:20-23; Isaiah 43:26; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34; Philippians 2:1-11; Romans 12:1-2;   Leviticus 17:11; Hebrews 12:24

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Things to Remember – Part 3

The remembrance God requires is of the highest order.  Remember it!

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1 Corinthians 11:24-25 – And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.  After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

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Yesterday in our series on Things to Remember, I wrote about taking the bread in Communion “in remembrance” of Jesus.  Today I write from that same Text for Today, but concerning the cup of Christ’s blood which is also to be taken “in remembrance” of Jesus.

Now, we know the cup represents the blood of Jesus that was shed in His prayer in the garden of Gethsemane, in the beating He took from the Romans, from the smiting in His face, from the ripping out of His beard, from the crown of thorns on His head, from the re-opening of wounds when His garment was ripped from His body, from the spikes in His hand and His feet, and from the piercing of His side after His death.  So often when we think of the shed blood of Jesus, we don’t remember the total picture.  We MUST NEVER FORGET what He suffered for us. When we receive the cup of Communion, we should remember His shedding of blood in all these arenas.

Also, in our remembrance of Jesus, we should recognize more fully what His shed blood means for us.  First, and foremost, I believe, is the shedding of His blood for the remission of our sins.  It is the blood of Jesus that washes away all sin, making it possible for us to be righteous and bold as sons of God without spot or blemish.  Never discount the ability of the blood of Jesus to cleanse from sin.  But more is required than cleansing from sin.  Secondly, the shedding of His blood also opened a new and living way through the veil of the flesh that we can come boldly before the throne of grace to obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.  Third, the life of the flesh is in the blood.  So, because we have been washed in the blood, and the blood of Jesus now flows in us, His live is in us, making it possible for Holy Spirit to quicken even our mortal bodies.  And fourth, the blood speaks.  If ever there was a time when believers need to hear the voice of the blood speaking of “better things,” it is this hour.  When we partake of Communion, we need to be mindful of all these things, “in remembrance” of Jesus.

Manna for Today – Psalm 118; Deuteronomy 8:18; Genesis 9:5; 1 Chronicles 16:12; Psalm 77:6-11; Proverbs 4:20-23; Isaiah 43:26; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34; Philippians 2:1-11; Romans 12:1-2;   Leviticus 17:11; Hebrews 12:24

Things to Remember – Part 2

How far does your memory go in remembering Him?

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1 Corinthians 11:24-25 – And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me.  After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

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Before we go any further today, please take the time to read our Text for Today again, perhaps even twice.  Here, the Apostle Paul writes concerning how Jesus administered certain elements of Passover to His disciples the night of His arrest.  In the sharing of both elements, notice the phrase “in remembrance of Me.”  In our churches today, we may not speak of Passover, but likely replace that term with Communion.  I will not quibble with that, but I do believe we should give more attention to our partaking of Communion in the light of the specific phrase I have cited; “In remembrance of Me.”

Let us consider for a moment today what we should remember concerning Jesus as we partake of His body and His blood.  His body was “broken for you.”  Perhaps the most obvious meaning we should take to our remembrance here is that by His stripes, we were healed (1 Peter 2:24).  If we were, then we are.  This healing is not just for a few, or even the majority.  It is for EVERY MEMBER of the body of Christ, and it is for their total and complete healing, from the crown of their head to the toes of their feet; EVERY cell, fluid, membrane, organ, and structure placed there by the Lord.  Just as Jesus drove out the buyers and sellers from the Temple (Father’s house of prayer), because they were stealing from the people, so He has fully authorized EVERY believer whose body is the temple of Holy Ghost, to yield themselves to His will and drive out every thief of life the enemy attempts to establish in the temple of Holy Ghost.  Your body IS HIS TEMPLE

Likewise, EVERY member of the body of Christ is a prized, treasured, and totally unique vessel of the Lord’s making, and the Lord’s equipping.  In our discerning of the Lord’s body, we likewise need to recognize that He has placed giftings and anointings in each of His people for the purpose of serving and edifying the body of Christ.  They are not there to be hidden and not used.  They are there to serve and edify, to honor the Lord.  To that end, every believer should strive to be sensitive to Holy Ghost, recognizing the gifts and anointings in each of His peculiar treasures, honoring those gifts so we may receive from them, and provoking fellow believers to use their gifts and anointings for the glory of God, and the edifying of the body of Christ.  May we truly learn to discern the Lord’s body for His glory, to honor Him in both the church and the world.

Manna for Today – Psalm 118; Deuteronomy 8:18; Genesis 9:5; 1 Chronicles 16:12; Psalm 77:6-11; Proverbs 4:20-23; Isaiah 43:26; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34; Philippians 2:1-11; Romans 12:1-2

Things to Remember – Part 1

The Scriptures tell us certain things should be forgotten.  Make sure to remember the rest.

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Psalm 118:24 – This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.

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My friend, as I write to you today, I do so to stir in your memory those things that our Lord has set in us and before us that are worthy of remembrance.  This writing, and those following on this topic are in no way intended to be an exhaustive look at what we should remember, but prayerfully will stir you to take those that I share, and allow them to whet your spiritual taste to search for more.  The Word commands us to let the mind of Christ dwell in us.  With His mind indwelling us, if we yield to it, we will no doubt be reminded of needful remembrances.  But there is more we can do to ensure that work.  It is called “renewing of your mind.”

Today I begin with a very simple thought that we should remember every day of our lives.  It is our Text for Today.  Read it again several times.  It is likely that you already know it by memory.  Learn it by heart.  And you might also consider making this a part of the beginning of every day you live.  While we are commanded and expected to render to the Lord continual praise, this text does not make it a command.  Instead, it makes rejoicing and praising God an act of will that is dominated by the love of God.  The first statement is clear; “This is the day which the Lord hath made.”  But note closely the second statement; “We WILL rejoice and be glad in it.”  The second statement makes it very clear that this is an act of determined will.  And who would make such a determined statement, and consistently live that statement with action but someone who truly loves the Lord?

But in light of this being something to remember, think for just a moment about what is now two days past.  February 2, in the United States, is called Groundhog Day.  It is the day when, for the past 138 years, a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil is said to predict the next six weeks of general weather.  While I have no scientific data, or large group study, just from my own observations of people around me, news media, and social media, it seems more people remembered Groundhog Day than remembered that “This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.”  Imagine the results of every member of the body of Christ truly celebrating every day as “the day which the LORD hath made.”  Just a thought.

Manna for Today – Psalm 118; Deuteronomy 8:18; Genesis 9:5; 1 Chronicles 16:12; Psalm 77:6-11; Proverbs 4:20-23; Isaiah 43:26; 1 Corinthians 11:24-25; Philippians 2:1-11; Romans 12:1-2

How to Never Regret Yesterday

Have you ever regretted a “yesterday” you’ve lived?  You can live and never regret another yesterday.

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Mark 12:29-30 – And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord:  And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment.

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Have you ever looked back on one of your YESTERDAYS with a reason to regret the memory of it?  Have you ever come to a TODAY after a regretful yesterday because of something you did, or did not, do?  I have.  And I can tell you, “I didn’t like it.”  There is nothing pleasant about it.  Oh, but how thankful I am that my Father has made a provision for my life by which I can live without having to regret a single yesterday.  That provision is so simple, and yet to many people, it seems such a remote possibility.  The provision is this . . . OBEY GOD TODAY.

Think very seriously about what I now write.  God’s Word defines the love of God has KEEPING His commandments.  Jesus said that if we loved Him, we should keep His commandments.  Jesus also called that action the state of being wise.  Without faith we cannot please Father, and faith worketh by love.  So, another Biblical way of saying OBEY GOD is to say WALK IN THE AGAPE LOVE OF GOD.  Those two terms are absolutely synonymous.  They mean the same thing.  Nether of the two terms is anything to do with feelings, but with a disciplined choice made by a believer.  Now, I can assure you that when you OBEY GOD, or WALK IN THE AGAPE LOVE OF GOD, you WILL experience some feelings, but feelings have never been, are not now, nor will they ever be God’s yardstick for walking in love.

Imagine living ONE DAY walking in complete obedience of the Lord.  Just ONE DAY.  To do that means you have lived ONE DAY in full compliance with Father’s Word for your life.  Just ONE DAY.  Think of this.  When a baby is born, all things being equal, the day will come when he walks.  That means that before he walks, he will take is first step.  Taking one step does not mean he is walking, but it does mean he’s on his way to walking.  At almost 72-years of age, I can clearly state I don’t’ remember my first step.  But I do know how to walk, and can do so with no handicap.  I have been practicing it daily for more than 71 years.  But it began with one step, much stumbling and falling, then some occasional stumbles, then running, skipping, and jumping.  I’ve never been a track star or a great jumper, though I can dance.  But walking is a different matter.  I do it well.  Living without a single regret of yesterday is like learning to walk.  Take it one day at a time.  YOU CAN DO IT!

Manna for Today – Mark 12:28-34; Deuteronomy 6:5; Matthew 22:34-40; John 14:112-17; 1 John 5:3; Matthew 7:24-27; Galatians 5:6

Provoking Praise – Part 4

It is an act of the will.  It does not originate in the emotions.

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Psalm 139:14 – I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.

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This is the day the Lord has made; let us be glad in it and rejoice together.  You know? That sounds like a great idea.  It should.  The Lord commanded it.  And come to think of it, I’ve never known the Lord to have a bad idea, or even just a so-so one.  Any thought that comes from our heavenly Father is by default a heavenly idea, for it comes from our Father Who is Himself, heavenly.  Praising God is a God-idea, a God-concept, a God-thought.  To that end, I will deliberately choose to make a time in my day to praise my God.  If something else must be left undone until a later time, I will make time to praise my God.  Even if something must be left undone completely, I will make time to praise my God.  In short, I WILL PRAISE MY GOD!  

And from our Text for Today, we observe one of the multitude of reasons to praise Him.  “I will praise (my GodTheefor (becauseI am fearfully and wonderfully made (to be revered and distinguished); marvelous (to be marveled atare Thy worksand that my soul knoweth right well (I am fully convinced).”  If you can’t think of anything else about which you should praise your heavenly Father, our Text for Today is all the reason you need.  When you arise in the morning and see your reflection in the mirror, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you gaze upon the extremities of your body, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you enjoy a meal, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you have opportunity for fellowship with a fellow Christian, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you pay your bills on time, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you enjoy the presence of your family, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you can testify of His goodness in your life, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished.  When you are able to minister to others as His ambassador, praise Him for making you to be revered and distinguished

I could continue on for pages, for great is His faithfulness to me and my family and home.  Just to know that He loves me is all I need to provoke me to praise Him for making me to be revered and distinguished.  He is my God, I am His child and heir, He meets ALL my need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus, SO, I WILL PRAISE HIM!

Manna for Today – Psalm 139; Psalm 150:6; Psalm 8:2; Hebrews 13:8-15; James 1:2-8; Romans 12:2; Nehemiah 8:10; 3 John 2; James 1:17; Genesis 1:1; Malachi 3:6; Philippians 2:1-11

Provoking Praise – Part 3


When God speaks to us, EVERY word is masterfully important, even the prepositions.

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Psalm 139:14 – I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.

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Again today I bring your attention to begin our conversation to one word in our Text for Today.  The word is “for.”  In our Text for Today, the word “for” could just as easily and accurately be replaced by “because.”  The word “for” is bring used to transition into stating WHY the opening statement, “I will praise Thee,” is made.  We could accurately say, “I will praise Thee because I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are Thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.”

Now place yourself in our Text for Today as though you were the actual speaker (and in truth, you should be the one offering this testimony).  In fact, it would be good if you were to go ahead and say it right now.  “I am fearfully and wonderfully made.”  And there, my friend, are two very powerful words – “fearfully“ and “wonderfully.”  In the Hebrew language they mean “revered” and “distinguished.”  Take a moment and read our Text for Today replacing “fearfully” with “revered,” and “wonderfully” with “distinguished.”  Now you would read, “I will praise Thee, for I am made to be revered and distinguished.”  Do you see it?  Your heavenly Father, the great Creator God of the universe, the Eternal of the ages, Jehovah, made you in His image, designed to be like Him, shaped with His Own hands, to be “revered” and “distinguished.”  How, after reading this, could anyone ever think of themselves as less than who El Shaddai made them to be?  Such thinking is, in reality, totally ludicrous, if not insane.  Yes, those are strong words, but to deny what God has said about who He made you to be is just that . . . ludicrous and insane.

Oh, my dear reader, I beg you to “let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.”  Never again allow yourself the foolish luxury of thinking yourself to be less than who God says you are.  Rise up and take on the identity He designed for you, and for which He paid the awesome price of His Own Son on the cross.  Yes, it will likely take a determined effort of faith committed to the work of renewing your mind, but stop for a moment and consider the ROI (Return OInvestment) for taking on such a labor of love.  And a labor of love it surely is.  For God so loved you as a sinner that He paid Jesus to redeem you and call you “revered” and “distinguished.”  To think this way is NOT insane, but is, in truth, thinking with the mind of Christ.

Manna for Today – Psalm 139; Psalm 150:6; Psalm 8:2; Hebrews 13:15; James 1:2-8; Romans 12:2; Nehemiah 8:10; 3 John 2; James 1:17; Genesis 1:1; Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8; Philippians 2:1-11

Provoking Praise – Part 2


Each of us should be agents of spiritual provocation toward good works.

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Psalm 139:14 – I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.

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Have you come to the place of knowing “right well” that God is perfect, pure, holy, and love?  Today, we look at the phrase in our Text for Today that leads to the foundational statement of the whole text.  We come to a description of what the “soul knoweth right well.”  Look at it closely.  “…marvelous are Thy works.”  When I read or hear passages from the Scriptures that speak of Father’s grandeur, holiness, glory, power, majesty, might, and all His wonderful virtue, I am reminded of a statement I heard many years ago from a very dear, well-known, black lady minister.  She called herself Rev Ev.  She was a strong woman of God, spoke a powerful word of faith, and exuded the presence of the Lord all about her.  I had the honor of singing for her opening some of her services in my hometown.  I will never forget her plain, but passionate and poignant statement.  She said, “God don’t make junk . . . He just deal in it.”  How right she was!

Everyone you know was, before they came to Jesus, unworthy of anything good from God.  But in the eyes of God, though unworthy, they were certainly not worthless.  It is for people that were unworthy that Jesus came and paid the price He paid.  I was one of those unworthy ones, and you were, too.  We all fall into that category.  Likewise, we all were considered worth the price Father paid for us, and His Name was Jesus.  My dear friend, if we can write songs, poems, and books about the grandeur of all the works of God we call marvelous; the heavens and the earth, the stars and planets, and all the beauty that we can behold in nature, all these being things He created with the words of His mouth, of how much greater grandeur, how much more marvelous are we.  You see, you and I were not created by the words of His mouth.  Our God, along with Jesus and Holy Ghost, stooped down, molded man one piece at a time, one organ, one bone, one tooth, one muscle, one tendon, one ligament, one blood vessel . . . one piece at a time, put him together, stood him up, and breathed life into him.  And man became a living soul.  How marvelous is that!  I tell you, my friend, the man God made for Himself, to be His son, His friend, to be the recipient of His love, grace, presence, gifts, and life is far more glorious than any other part of His great creation.  His works, our Father’s works, all His works are marvelous indeed.  And the crowning glory of it all was His man, and the seed that followed from him; you and I.  True humility will acknowledge this, and live to honor Him Who made us.

Manna for Today – Psalm 139; Psalm 150:6; Psalm 8:2; Hebrews 13:15; James 1:2-8; Romans 12:2; Nehemiah 8:10; 3 John 2; James 1:17; Genesis 1:1; Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8

Provoking Praise – Part 1

We are to provoke one another to good works.  Praise is a good work.  Use knowledge.

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Psalm 139:14 – I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.

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As we look at our Text for Today, while we read it from beginning to end, we will examine it from the end to the beginning to better understand it.  In the fifth word of this verse, we see the word, “for.”  That gives an indication that what follows is the reason for the opening statement.  The word “for” could just as accurately have been said, “because.”

When you examine our Text for Today closely, you realize that it is the final statement of this verse that sets up the foundation for the remainder of the verse, especially the first four words, “I will praise Thee.”  Today, we will take a look at that final statement, “…that my soul knoweth right well.”  Once again, it is BECAUSE I know something “right well” that I can praise and rejoice over it.  Consider the words of James in the first chapter of his epistle.  He wrote, “My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.”  Do you see it?  The reason you can count it all joy, even in tough times, is because you know the truth that gives you victory over the tough time.  Allow me to offer you a very simple example.  Someone has promised you they would take you to your favorite restaurant for your favorite dish for dinner.  But in order to be free for that time, you must work through lunch hour and not eat until supper.  You may get hungry.  You may not like working while everyone else is eating and chatting.  But you can do so joyfully, not because it is comfortable or even easy, but because YOU KNOW something.  Whenever YOU KNOW you will have a victorious outcome, it makes it possible to endure the journey, the battle, or the circumstances in an attitude of joy that strengthens you THROUGH that journey. 

Remember, the Scriptures command us to renew our minds to the Word of God, that is becomes our primary source of KNOWING.  Then we read in 3 John 2 that it is the prosperity of our soul that ultimately determines our level of prosperity and health.  All this points to one of the most powerful actions in which you can engage that helps to promote and develop these things even further.  And that action is PRAISE.  Do you see the divine connection?  When your confidence is totally vested in the truth of God’s Word, and you take the time to read, study, meditate upon, and consistently speak God’s Word, it will be your subsequent KNOWING of that truth that provokes PRAISE in every situation.

Manna for Today – Psalm 139; Psalm 150:6; Psalm 8:2; Hebrews 13:15; James 1:2-8; Romans 12:2; Nehemiah 8:10; 3 John 2

Divine Safety Net

We MUST learn to use the divine safety net Father has provided to ALL His children.

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Psalm 19:14 – Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O LORD, my strength, and my redeemer.

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I am amazed in this age of information at how uninformed so many in the Church seem to be.  I’m not talking about current affairs, politics, governmental and international intrigue, or the latest fashions.  I refer to how sadly uninformed so many Christians are to their identity in Christ and the authority that arises out of that identity.  Today I want to address that issue by unveiling to you the divine safety net Father has made available to all His children.  And furthermore, I pray you will be able to comprehend just how close and how powerful that divine safety net is.

Take a moment and read our Text for Today again; perhaps two or three times.  Note two things the writer sets forth that are of priceless value; “the words of my mouth” and “the meditation of my heart.”  Those are the two key elements of your divine safety net.  Those two elements are the wrap and weft of the weaving and strength of that divine safety net.  The horizontal fibers of the warp are held firmly in place while the intersecting fibers of the weft are woven back and forth, over and under, the firmly secured warp.  The intersecting of those fibers can create great strength that can endure years of stress, as can be seen in woven clothing, rugs, and the like.

When I write of the “Divine Safety Net,” I am writing of the warp and weft of the “words of our mouths,” and “the meditation of our hearts.”  Let me paint the picture for you.  What should the words of our mouths?”  The answer there is obvious and simple.  The “words of our mouths” should be the Word of God.  Our response to the questions of life should begin with, “It is written.”  Therefore, the “words of our mouth” should be the stable, fixed, foundational warp of the fabric of our life we are weaving.  That is the Word of God that is forever settled in heaven.  However, the “meditation of our heart,” is the weft we weave into that warp.  While God’s Word, the warpNEVER changes, our meditation, the weft, is a choice, and may therefore change frequently on any given day, or even in any given hour.  That is where we need to rigidly apply self-discipline to our lives.  It’s your choice.  No one can force you to meditate on something in particular.  Even in prison, or in a hospital bed, your meditations are your own choice.  You can choose to meditate upon the Word of God and His love and goodness, or you can meditate upon anything else you choose.  In this case, allow me to give you the answer that will lead to you victory.  MEDITATE UPON THE WORD DAY AND NIGHT!

Manna for Today – Psalm 19; Joshua 1:6-9; Psalm 119:89; Proverbs 4:20-23; 1 Samuel 3:19;         Psalm 119:105; Psalm 119:130; Matthew 12:35-37; Luke 1:37; Romans 3:4; Psalm 119:105