It was just an ordinary day like so many others, or so I thought ...
I love walking and like to do a little bit each day to keep as active as possible. Because most of the things that occupy my personal time are creative, and it's not really possible to be active and creative at the same time, so walking gets me moving and gets the fresh air into my lungs. Anyway, a few days ago, like I do quite often, I arranged to walk to my husband's place of employment, collect our car and drive to my work about twenty minutes away. Afterwards I planned to do my grocery shopping, deliver it home before bringing the car back to Paul's work and walking back home again.
However, when I arrived to collect the car I was greeted by Paul who wasn't wearing his glasses! He and a couple of his colleagues were busy lopping lower branches from the trees surrounding the premises where he works, and in the midst of all the activity his glasses got caught by a thin branch and flicked off somewhere out of sight!
They searched and searched but couldn't find them anywhere. Oh dear! Fortunately he had a spare pair which would suffice as emergency specs for the time being.
On my way to work I whispered a little prayer that they would be found soon, and then I got on with my plans for the next few hours. It wasn't that I was casual about this but I was sure that the Lord would attend to this matter. I later returned the car and walked back home. Upon Paul's return home the glasses were still missing! Oh, how disappointing!
Then I had a bright idea - I suggested going back to his work after our dinner for another search. He wasn't all that enthusiastic because he was very tired after a long physical days work in the baking hot sun. And besides, they had searched all day while working all to no avail! But I wasn't convinced that the glasses would never be found.
They were out there in the debris ... somewhere!
So I started praying about the matter with more fervour now because this was turning into an issue that was more than just about finding missing glasses.
After dinner was finished and dishes were cleaned we headed off back to try again. When I got there and saw what we would have to be searching through, my heart sank! There was so much debris in the form of tree limbs, leaves, ivy, trash, and dusty ground, it would be literally be like looking for a needle in a haystack! "This is impossible", I began to think, but then I remembered that I had prayed about this and I was confident that the Lord would enable the glasses to be found.
Unfortunately Paul wasn't at all optimistic about finding them. I can't blame him because he was tired and we were covering ground that had already been searched through earlier. But I was asking the Lord to come through with this because although the glasses were important, something else about this was more important! I know that the Lord values our trust in Him, so what would be the good of asking Him to aid our search so that the lost item would be found only to go home empty handed?
But after the sun set and twilight came in fast, we had to concede, and leave the premises without the glasses we searched for. I was quietly disappointed! I couldn't understand why this happened! I was praying in my heart asking the Lord what was the purpose of this incident? Why did we have to go home disappointed after I was confident that He would help us find the missing specs?
Tomorrow a team of men would be coming to take all debris away for burning. They would be quick and heavy handed, and possibly throw them out without noticing! And then I thought ... "There's tomorrow!" And I began to feel a bit more confident once again. Perhaps it wasn't too late after all!
I must add at this point that my life's circumstances have allowed me the privilege of having and making time to spend in the presence of the Lord for the most part of this year. I have learned many precious things about His sweet character, and learned how to pray prayers I know God will answer. So to have been disappointed in this way didn't make any sense to me, because as I mentioned earlier, this was more than about finding lost glasses. This was about a meaningful relationship with Him, and demonstrating enough confidence in Him to encourage others to trust Him as well.
This was all about protecting His character and maintaining His integrity.
So, as the next day dawned I asked the Lord again about this matter, said 'good bye' to Paul as he headed off to work. I glanced at the clock and made a mental note of the time and things I had to do before walking up to collect the car as I did the day before.
It seemed that in no time at all it was time once again for me to leave. The weather was good. I met some nice smiling people walking in the opposite direction to me and had some sweet moments in prayer while walking. While I entered the last little road before going down the back lane to where I would find the car, I wondered if the men might have found what we had been unsuccessfully been looking for, and prayed about this - just one last time.
As I rounded the corner and headed to the car Paul came walking towards me ... wearing the said glasses! The men who were clearing away the debris had been informed and were on the lookout and found them about half an hour in to their work. AND they were found completely undamaged and unmarked! I was so very grateful and my heart was touched very deeply, I couldn't help but shed a tear or two ... because I had prayed about this. And His answer to prayer verified to me that the outcome of this was important to Him as well, which made His answer to my prayers about this issue all the more precious.
So why have I gone to great lengths to tell you about this?
It is because those of us who know our beloved Lord Jesus as our Lord and Saviour are precious to God. He cares about the intricate details of our lives, and it is so easy to forget about this our daily living. But the Bible tells us that He who knows and cares about every little sparrow, knows the number of hairs on our head:
"Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God?
'He knows about all our wanderings: and puts all our tears into His bottle'
So it stands to reason that He who knows and cares about what we would consider mundane or random things cares about - missing glasses, lost car keys, sick children, job interviews, and every or any other possible thing you can think of that is important to you.
He cares about these things because He cares about what you think about Him. He wants you to know that He can be trusted not just for the big stuff like our eternal destiny but for the everyday things that are part of our everyday lives. What He accomplished on the cross when He came for the purpose of atoning for our sin was also to mend the relationship between us and God that our sin severed.
A relationship with Him is what He values so highly,
How can we as His people enjoy a relationship like this now? How can we know how to pray prayers we know God will answer? Please allow the Lord Jesus Himself to answer these questions:
Unlike me who hasn't learned yet how to communicate without the use of many words - my beloved Lord can say it all in just a very few of them. :)
May I appeal to you from the bottom of my heart to make the time it takes to be alone with Him each day, just to sit quietly with open Bible, open ears, open eyes, and an open heart. Let His Word sink in and become an integral part of your inmost being, and before long you will begin to think like He thinks and be able to pray with 'the mind of Christ'. There cannot possibly be any higher or more satisfying way to live ♥
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I was watching a short documentary about a young African woman from a remote village who made fine use of her education, which of course is highly prized in places like this. It is not uncommon to see children from these type of villages to travel miles on bare foot to get some basic reading and maths skills. However, this woman took her education one step further, and with funding she learnt about solar energy and how to capture it and utilise it to its maximum potential!
In short, she has brought solar powered energy to her local village, which has gradually and completely revolutionised its future and that of the people living there. Each home is being installed with a simple panel on the roof to capture just enough energy to power ... a single light bulb! Nothing fancy, just a couple of wires a switch ... and a bulb! And yet something so very simple like this is having such an impact in her village that things are happening there that have never happened before.
Now, the young ones who were once governed by the amount of daylight in which work must be done with no time for anything else, now have an hour or two after sundown in which they can read and learn. Of course, with some precious education in their system they will also have an opportunity to do something with their future and possibly bring something back to benefit their people.
What a great difference a little light can make!
Have you noticed that when you light something as small as a candle or switch on a torch, hidden things are now visible! Well, that might sound obvious but it is incredible how the most profound lessons there are to be learned are hidden right there in plain sight!
The Bible tells us that light is more powerful than the dark and the darkness simply cannot overcome the light but rather, the overcoming is the other way around. And what a relief that this is so. No matter how small the torch or flame is, it sheds light and dispels the thick and overbearing dark ... it's that simple!
The Bible also says that the world in which we live is dark, spiritually! The sad thing is, that men refuse the light that God has to give because as the Bible tells us: "they love the darkness rather than the light because their deeds are evil." John 3: 19. What a dreadful picture is drawn of the nature of mankind, but nonetheless it is true. Ask any devoted Christian seeking to make the holiness, love, and mercy of God known to those who have never seen His glorious light of truth. More often than not their message of hope is not gladly received, but mocked or even rejected!
And yet, when the Word of God is read and received, in comes His divine light to illuminate the fact that we are all in dire need. But God hasn't left us in that sorry state without a divine remedy. And it is divine because the remedy comes from the very heart of God Himself.
It would be quite impossible to remedy the problem ourselves because we were the ones that created the dilemma in the first place. It takes a merciful God to reach out to lost sinners who are estranged from Him because of sin.
It was a dark day, the day when Jesus was crucified! Although it may have been a day when the sun was shining, it was a day when it looked like the light was being extinguished. The wickedness of mankind was fully displayed there at the cross of Christ, and the devil who was behind man's rejection of Him must have thought it was his day! But in reality the Lord Jesus was there on a mission. He was there to accomplish something we in the dark could do for ourselves. 'He came to save sinners' from the eternal consequences of their sin by the sacrifice of Himself instead of ourselves.
When we realize our need for the Lord to come in with His remedy, and we accept by faith alone what 'the light of the world' accomplished on the cross, amazing things happen to our once darkened spirits.
He comes in, and where there is light there is life.
The Lord Jesus said:
"I am come that they might have life,
and that they might have it more abundantly."
As the African village was in darkness and unproductive before the light came in, this is what people are like! Some are able to accomplish a measured amount of success, but overall most are locked in a state of mediocrity. But whether a person is a so called success in life or otherwise, it is of little or no value in the light of eternity.
Every precious person who has ever lived has the potential to accomplish something for eternity and no matter how small it might appear to be, because it is what God values that counts.
The precious Son of the living God said:
"I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness,
but shall have the light of life."
John 8: 12.
It is amazing what a little light can do, and wonderful things are there for the happening in the lives of all who are prepared to allow the light of His Person, and the light of His Word to come in ... No matter who, or where they are!
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My Doctor is very caring and meticulous at his work, and takes his time with each patient, so if you don't get the very first appointment with him you will not be seen on time! The further you are down the list of patients, the longer you have to wait! Today I was NOT the first on the list, which meant that I had some time on my hands. In fact it was a lot of time! :)
I checked at the reception to estimate how long I would have to wait, then arranged with them that I would do a bit of grocery shopping and put that in the car, which would fill in some time. The shopping took me about half an hour and when I arrived back at the surgery, there was still some waiting to do! Actually, the Doctor hadn't arrived yet but was in transit after spending the morning at the other surgery a few miles away!
Would I pass the time away watching the TV set on the wall to entertain other waiting patients? Would I read one of those glossy magazines on the table? Maybe I could just sit and look out of the window!
Then I thought of something! I had a few little chores to be getting on with, which involved a bit of writing, so I got our my device and made a start ... and finished! Now what? "I know," I thought, "I'll start writing the next blog installment for Rest a While!"
So I set to work.
While I was sitting there, it seemed to be the perfect time to write about what you are now reading :)
When my beloved Lord Jesus walked this earth He displayed for all to see just how wonderful God is. As He mingled with the young and the elderly, the strong and the weak, the healthy and the sick, the rich and the poor, I notice something rather wonderful - He never compromised His values in order to mingle with the different types of people.
He was rather cruelly accused of something which was meant to be derogatory but actually was the very truth. They said: "This Man receive the sinners, and eateth with them." Luke 15: 2. This meant that although He rubbed shoulders with folks that others would snub, He remained the same perfect and beautiful Person as He was when He was with the more 'refined' folks.
We never read of Him looking down upon poor lost individuals who had gotten their lives into a mess, and He never favoured those who were on the upper echelons of society either. He was the same all the time! The only people who appeared to 'ruffle His feathers' so to speak, were the religious folks who knew who He was but would not acknowledge that for fear of losing their lofty positions.
They knew who He was but because of envy, these were the people responsible for stirring the crowd to reject Him and call for His crucifixion.
How good it is to know that they were not the ones in control! He came with the purpose of going to the cross to pay for our sin and remove the separation that sin had caused.
"God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself."
2 Corinthians 5: 19.
There's one thing I know about the One in whom I trusted many years ago ... when it comes to the salvation of precious souls He says: "Today, if you hear His voice, harden not your hearts." Hebrews 7: 8. Today is the day and now is the time to be concerned about your soul, because we cannot be guaranteed tomorrow. However, when it comes to the workings out of the will of our God, He is NOT in a hurry! More often than not He tells His people to 'wait on Him' and those that do are in store for great reward.
Our times and our future are in His hands and we cannot hurry Him. After we have become one of His adopted children through having put our complete trust in Him alone, He sets to the task of conforming our character to that of the One in whom He delights. He wants us to be like His beloved Son! And when it comes to the development of Christ like character, it can take a while; because sometimes we do not always learn quickly the things He wants us to know. Other times of course, it is only experience that will help us to grow and mature ... which takes time!
Because we live in a fast paced society in which when we can have just about all we want instantly, it is hard for us to wait. But that which is most valuable to God and eventually to ourselves is definitely worth waiting for.
But be of good cheer if perhaps you are wondering how long is it going to take before God does what He said He would. If He has spoken to you through His Word and you have a promise upon which you are trusting,
He WILL bring it to pass. He will be true to His Word.
But let not all that waiting frustrate you. Don't just sit there and do nothing while you are waiting on the Lord. Who knows, He just maybe in the process of preparing you for what you are waiting for, and quite possibly preparing what you are waiting for - for you!
Do not engineer, or initiate circumstances in an attempt to fast track what you are waiting on God for. If you or I interfere we will spoil everything! The Lord operates according to His own schedule and not ours and its best to leave everything with Him and in His capable hands ... AND in His perfect timing.
I can think of a number of folks in the Bible who had to do a lot of waiting before they were ready for God to use. There was Joseph waiting to be remembered while right there in captivity for 17 years, in prison for a crime he never committed. There was Moses, who lived in the backside of the desert looking after sheep for forty years before being commissioned by God to deliver the children of Israel from the hands of wicked Pharaoh. There was of course the beloved Lord Jesus who was out of sight as it were for the first thirty years of His life before His ministry began.
But none of these people wasted a moment of time. There is much to be done while waiting, and we also can devote ourselves into making every waiting moment count. Don't look at this prolonged period of time as some sort of a foe but consider it as a type of a friend through which the Lord will be given the opportunity to do His work in us.
One day when we come into the blessing the Lord promised we will be ever so glad we waited patiently and were occupied during the process.
Well, having spent about 15 minutes turbo typing I see that the patient who was seen before me has just finished and it will be my turn in any minute, (one hour later than scheduled!) And so my unexpected waiting time was well filled, point taken and lesson learned. Now, how about you? :)
"They that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles;
they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint."
Isaiah 40: 31.
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We were at a cafe having a little bite to eat after a busy day. An empty table in my view was quickly occupied by a young father and his little boy, probably about aged four. While they were waiting for their food to arrive they chatted together but I noticed the daddy was a little distracted! He was occupied with his mobile phone just out of sight of the child ... but I could see ... being the 'people watcher' that I am! (Some say I'm being nosey but I tell them I'm being ... 'observant.') :)
Anyway, give the father his due, he was quite attentive to his little boy ... most of the time! Well, there were a couple of times when this was not the case. Once when he was in conversation with someone he had called. And then there was this one more time when the little boy asked his dad something - daddy was unresponsive! So he tried again proceeding to call to him over and over, but again unresponsive. He tried again, and once again without success. Out of frustration he raised his voice and said: 'Daddy, are you listening?' To which the dad was snapped out of his mobile trance to give to his lad the attention he needed.
At last the mobile was closed and placed in his back pocket so he could resume his conversation with his son.
Thankfully, this fortunate little lad the attention from his Dad he was craving, which warmed my heart. However, it was the little boy's question to his daddy kept ringing in my ears. ....
You see, I have a Father in heaven, and so does every child of God who has been born into His family through faith in what His Son Jesus accomplished on the cross in suffering in the place of needy sinners.
There will never be a time when He is distracted and we cannot have a audience with Him. He invited us to draw near to Him and He will draw near to us. (See James 4: 8.)
He hasn't invited to us to approach Him because we need His company,
even though we do, but because it is our company He desires!
He has gone to ultimate lengths to restore what was taken away and spoiled when sin came into the world. Before that day, He came regularly for fellowship and to enjoy the company of Adam and Eve, but when Adam sinned that sweet relationship was ruined!
As usual, He came to spend a while with them but from that moment they hid from His presence, and the human race has been doing that ever since.
God, out of love and mercy to helpless folks like us reached out with the remedy for our relationship problem with Him. We can and will be restored to Him through faith in the perfect work and in the Person of His beloved Son. His Son is the only remedy and the only way. There is nothing we could ever conjure up that could or would ever do just as well!
The reason for this is because the ultimate Son always had an unbreakable relationship with His Father
all the way through His life on earth ... with one exception, and only one!
He who said: "Father, I thank thee that thou hast heard me ... thou hearest me always." John 11: 41-42, experienced for the first time in eternity what it was like to be separated from God. He felt the desperation of crying to Him and getting no answer ... "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" Matthew 27: 46. He cried because, such is the greatness of our sin He bravely bore that God who is holy could not look on Him and had to turn away! The greatness of the work He accomplished there in those dark hours on the cross demands our humble submission and complete trust. And God responds to such trust creating in all that do a clean heart from which a new life flows.
But every child of God needs to know that there isn't a moment of the day or night when the timing isn't right to draw near to our loving Heavenly Father. The way is always open and His people are always welcome. He is always attentive to the heart cries of His people and is never too busy looking after the universe, stars, black holes, and white dwarfs etc., to be attentive to you personally when you lift your heart to Him.
If you are truly His own dear child, then: 'Daddy, are you listening?' is something you never need to ask Him. We can come into His very presence with our burdens, with our sin to confess, with all our joys and sorrows. He values an intimate relationship with His people and proved this when He demonstrated just how much He was willing to pay.
" ... While we were yet sinners, Christ died for us."
Romans 5: 8.
How much value do you place on a relationship with Him?
"Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you ... "
James 4: 8.
"The LORD is nigh unto all them that call upon him,
to all that call upon him in truth."
Psalm 145: 18
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"Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven ...
For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also."
Matthew 6: 20-21
In the middle of last month the world looked on in varying degrees of dismay as the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral succumbed to flames which burned a large amount of 850 years worth of Parisian heritage without mercy.
The beautiful building has survived several wars including the Nazi regime only to fall victim during a massive restoration project! O dear! After taking over 160 years to build during the gothic period it has been beautifully preserved up until that fateful evening on the 15th April!
I'm not going to get occupied too much about the building or what has been lost because at the end of the day, it is only a building after all. However, there are a couple of things that made an impression on my mind as a result of this tragedy I would like to share with you.
Firstly is the fact that something so beautifully created and carefully kept and preserved for all those years was so easily destroyed in just a couple of hours - just like that!
There is no sense in investing so much time, talent, finance etc., on something so easily burned up; for the Bible tells us:
"Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth,
where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal:
But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt,
and where thieves do not break through nor steal:
For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.
Matthew 6: 19-21
It is all too easy to try to make a name for ourselves. And with effort we can build our little castles and become independent even of our need for God! But the Bible asks a very important question:
"What is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?"
There is a part of us that is eternal and when our little lives come to an end where will we go? The body in which we live isn't something that is going to last forever. We can see signs of aging and decaying right before our very eyes and no matter how well we look after our body we will have to give way to the inevitable one day sooner or later.
That sounds really depressing if we look at the subject from the viewpoint of someone unprepared. However being prepared for eternity gives to us the opportunity to live life to the full with meaning and the purpose of bring to God our Maker great delight.
The Bible tells to: "Prepare to meet thy God ..." Amos 4: 12. And the Lord Jesus has told us just how to do to do this:
It's all about trusting in a work He has already done ... on the cross! The cross is where the most important act ever took place and the greatest demonstration of love ever to have been expressed. Continue reading and you will see the reason why.
Then something else about that really struck me as I am sure impressed many folks worldwide. There was a picture generated over the Internet of the burnt out interior of the Cathedral the day after. There in the midst of the charred remains is the large golden cross, which still stood prominently as if untouched by the fury of the flame which destroyed so much in its path.
"As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up:
That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life.
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life."
John 3: 14-16
What a message this is! The cross Christ and what was accomplished by that precious Man is the central theme of the Bible and has been the message of His people down through the ages since the day our beloved Lord Jesus was crucified for poor lost sinners like ourselves.
This message and its symbol has been under furious attack down through the ages. And yet it still remains shining in spite of the world's rejection it, and the One who occupied it to die there.
No matter what the world thinks or does against what the cross represents, no matter what the powers that be think or do against it, and no matter what powers in the demonic realm seek to do against it, all the efforts to destroy the message of hope it brings have so far and will forever come to nought.
No matter what happens all around us the message of the cross of Christ
remains unchanged and unmoved by time and circumstances.
What happened on the cross that fateful day when Jesus our Lord suffered, bled, and died there has changed the course of history, and nothing will ever be the same again. The enemy tried to do his worst to Him, He used the world to do its worst to Him, and when the Lord Jesus died there the devil thought he had won the day. But he was wrong!
Those hours alone when a supernatural darkness shrouded the scene hid from view the work He came to do. This was between Him and God. The sinless One dying in the place of the sinner. 'The just for the unjust, that He might bring us back to God.' The Good Shepherd giving His life for the sheep.
Every soul who has been touched by such great love know we do not deserve to be loved like that. But God chose to do so 'while we were yet sinners', and it is indescribable goodness like this that God uses to reach people like you and me to bring to repentance our otherwise hardened hearts.
It is our sin that separates us from God and all the goodness He wants to bestow upon us. And because of love and mercy Jesus the beloved and sinless Son of God took upon Himself the dreadful sin that has separated us from Him and became separated from God on our behalf.
He truly knew what it was like to feel alone and forsaken ...
so that we might know what it is like to treasure a living, intimate relationship with Almighty God. Because of love He entered into this realm to die as our Substitute bearing in His own body the consequences of our sin so that 'in Him' we might know all is well with our soul.
Although it was an empty golden cross at Notre Dame that survived the flame, we know from the Bible that the cross upon which Jesus died is now empty. His work is finished and after dying He was taken by loving hands, anointed and embalmed, and laid in a tomb where no one else had ever laid before. And thankfully the tomb into which His body was laid for a short while is now empty also, because it was not possible for death to keep Him!
The Man in whom countless people down through the ages have trusted is a real Man alive in heaven today. Our hope is in Him. Our security is in Him. Our joy, our rest, our comfort, and desires are all found in Him. "In Him," the Bible says:
"we are accepted in the beloved."
Ephesians 1: 6.
Acceptable to God in and through the Lord Jesus. No props, just Him!
There's no safer place to be on earth. Let the fires of the world and the enemy's fury burn around us but 'in Christ' we are safe from harm. Let the waters of suffering overflow us but 'in Christ' we will find comfort and hope.
The cross may be empty, and the tomb in which His sacred body once laid may be empty but our hearts are filled with the lovely man who once occupied those paces. One soon day we will occupy the place He has been long preparing. Soon we will answer to the call to come away from this sad old world that wants nothing to do with the Christ, the beloved Son of God. And soon His people are going to behold the One who has occupied our hearts when faith gives way to sight ... at last!
"And there was delivered unto [Jesus] the book of the prophet Esaias.
And when he had opened the book, he found the place where it was written,
'The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor;
he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives,
and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised,
To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.'
And he closed the book, and he gave it again to the minister, and sat down.
And the eyes of all them that were in the synagogue were fastened on him.
And he began to say unto them, This day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears."
Luke 4: 17-21
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