Living Life by God’s GPS

Take a look at your computer keyboard. Yes, right now. Find the ‘f’ and the ‘j’ keys. Now, put your fingers on those two keys. Do you feel the bumps on the ‘f’ and ‘j’ keys? Do you know why those bumps are there?

I had never thought about this until recently. In fact, I had not really even noticed the bumps on the ‘f’ and the ‘j’ keys. So, when I looked up the answer, here is what I found.

‘People who touch-type (type without looking) use these two ridges to determine the position of their fingers on the keyboard. Touch typists put the index finger of their left hand on ‘F’ and the index finger of their right hand on ‘J’ before they type so they know where their fingers are.’

When I read this, my first thought was, “Hmm, those little bumps are a built-in keyboard GPS.

 

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For those of us who name the name of Christ over our lives, we, too, have built-in GPS tools. In fact, we have two! Whoo-hoo! The first is the Holy Spirit. Jesus gave us the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us; to teach and correct us. He lives in our hearts for the express purpose of keeping us on course. Sometimes, however, we can muzzle the Spirit with our thoughts, words, and actions. That is when we tend to veer off course badly.

The second GPS we have as Christians is the Word of God. Just as those bumps on a keyboard tell a typist exactly how to center their hands on the keyboard so they can type accurately, the Bible is our roadmap and guide to right and holy living. Consider the words of the Psalmist in Psalm 119 (NKJV):

Psalm 119:9: How can a young man cleanse his way? By taking heed according to Your Word.

Psalm 119:59: I thought about my ways and turned my feet to Your testimonies.

Psalm 119:66: Teach me good judgment and knowledge, for I believe Your commandments.

Psalm 119:105: Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.

Psalm 119:130: The entrance of Your words gives light; it gives understanding to the simple.

God’s Word positions us for a successful walk on the dusty sod of earth. It takes us down the path of a clean life, good judgment, knowledge and understanding. But just like any other GPS, we have to use it. We must open it, and spend time learning what it says. We must get to know its author, our Lord.

In the world in which we live, those of us who cling to the Bible as our GPS for life are being ridiculed and called ‘irrevelant’ and ‘intolerant’. Friends, God’s Word, His commands, are for our good. (Deuteronomy 10:12-13) God does not restrict us from certain actions and thoughts in order to be a cosmic kill-joy. Rather, He knows what consequences our actions will have, and He longs to save us from the repercussions of poor choices. (Deuteronomy 11:26-27) God desires His best for His kids, but we must choose to follow His ways.

Our culture is telling us that what has been considered wrong and sinful for eons is now good and right and acceptable. People, just because man calls something right does not mean God has changed His opinion on it. (Isaiah 5:20-21) Sin is still sin, and it will remain sin. It doesn’t matter if it takes the form of adultery, homosexuality, gluttony, lying, pride, or any other sin. Sin is sin, and it brings disastrous consequences.

 

Take a moment and ask yourself a few questions concerning God’s GPS:

  • Am I letting the Holy Spirit and the Bible guide my steps, or am I looking to other people or books for guidance?
  • Have I cleaned out my heart to make room for the Holy Spirit to work, or am I harboring a pet sin?
  • Is my Bible gathering dust on a shelf while I try to map my own course in life, or am I in the Scriptures each day seeking out God’s wisdom for life?

 

God has given us everything we need for doing life BIG in our time on this earth. (2 Peter 1:3) The question is whether we are taking advantage of what He has given us. Power up God’s GPS, friends!

Choices ~ Black-and-White into Fifty Shades of Gray

I had a light bulb moment on Thursday of last week. You know, those moments when something hits with startling clarity, and you think, ‘why have I not ‘gotten’ that before now?’

Before I go further, I want to offer a disclaimer:

This post is NOT about homosexual ‘marriage’, although that is one of the examples I will use. This post is about so much more than that issue.

Okay, with that flung out there, I want to set the stage for you.

 

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In the Old Testament, God was painfully clear with the nation of Israel what His standards were for their lives. Purity, holiness, obedience to His commands, and hearts that were completely sold out to Him. Those same standards apply to you and me today in 2015. The books of Exodus, Leviticus, and Deuteronomy are replete with those commands. He totally gave the Israelites (and by extension, you and me) free will to obey or disobey, but He was very clear about the consequences of those choices:

 

This day I call heaven and earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live and that you may love the LORD your God, listen to his voice, and hold fast to him. For the LORD is your life, and he will give you many years in the land he swore to give to your fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Deuteronomy 30: 19-20 (NIV)

 

So, let me break this down:

 

Obey God’s laws and commands ——> blessings

Disobey God’s laws and commands ——> curses

 

The choice was theirs, but it all boiled down to whether they believed God and were willing to choose God’s standards as their own.

 

Now, here is the video that gave me my light bulb moment.

Dr. Anderson clearly presented the reason why marriage is not possible for homosexuals: marriage is between a man and woman, two physically/sexually compatible adults, a mom and a dad. That is God’s standard, and it has been for several millennia.

As I watched Dr. Anderson’s conversation with this man, it occurred to me that sin and rebellion of ANY KIND is nothing more than making a conscious choice against God’s standard. It is really that simple. It is not about rights or legality or warm, fuzzy feelings, or entitlement or anything else. Choosing sin says that I choose against God and His standard. It says that I know better than God what is best.

Let me give you some examples:

 

  • God commands us not to lie. When we lie, we choose against God’s standard.
  • God commands us not to commit adultery. When we commit adultery, we choose against God’s standard.
  • God says he hates pride. When we live in pride, we rebel against God’s standard.
  • God says not to be a glutton. When we gorge ourselves on food or drink or anything else, we rebel against God’s standard.
  • God says he hates divorce. When we break our marriage covenants, we choose against God’s standard.
  • God commands us not to steal. When we take that notepad or stapler from our workplace, we are choosing to rebel against God’s standard.
  • God commands us to not murder. When we choose to take the life of an adult, or a baby via abortion, we choose against God’s standard.
  • Either we choose God’s standard, and are blessed, or we choose to rebel against God’s standard and reap the consequences of our sin.

 

Ultimately, all sin has its roots in pride. I think I have a better plan than the one God established millennia ago, so I choose my plan rather than His standard. Then, I seek to justify my plan and make it sound right and good and legal. I think I am all-cool and inclusive because I have turned what is black-and-white in God’s economy into fifty shades of gray in man’s economy. But, really, what I have done is make a choice that tells God I reject His standard.

So, friends, we have black-and-white choices to make every day. God’s standard or man’s. Blessings or curses. Life or death. Choose well. Choose God.
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everyday jesus: hearing him in the encouragement from a friend

 

Did you love my friend, Pat’s, everyday jesus story on Thursday, or what? Wow, did Jesus ever protect her! He is always present in our days and lives. Always.

 

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You folks are mighty quiet out there. I had hoped many of you would share your stories of how you see Jesus at work in your daily life. What an encouragement those stories would be to men and women who are just trying to make it through another day. Loosen up those typing fingers, friends, and send me your everyday jesus story via email at pointministries@gmail.com.

 

Ok, now to my everyday jesus story for this week. My story is probably one of the most emotional Jesus moments in several weeks. I’m going to try to get through it without an ugly cry, but if I have to stop, wipe away a few tears, and blow my nose, please don’t leave me. I’ll be right back.

 

Week before last was a tough, tough week on a couple of fronts. I, along with some other women with whom I collaborate on a weekly link-up, went through a very difficult, very emotional time for several days that week. I felt like I had been wrung out like a dishrag as we moved through the turmoil. Then, on top of that, my mind and heart were taken with my Mother. 

If you have been journeying with me for at least 3 or 4 months, you know that my Mother passed away in late November after an almost year long struggle with multi-infarct dementia. The dementia came on suddenly, and progressed fast and furiously. Because I am a pharmacist by training, the responsibility for making medical decisions for Mom fell to me. Although I talked every decision through with my sister, she left the final medical decisions to me. And true to my nature, I powered through the decisions with the help of the Lord, and Mother’s physicians. I never considered the full weight of the responsibility all that decision making placed on me. Until last week….

That is when I began having flashbacks of my sweet little Mother….her face looking up at me from her chair, her trusting eyes, her unquestioning heart. Suddenly, the heaviness of the responsibility of all those medical decisions fell on me like a winter blizzard. Had I made the right decisions for my Mother? Had I done the very best for her? I wept several times. It was almost too much for my heart to bear, to think that I might have failed her in some way. I didn’t tell a soul what I was feeling, because I could hardly put it into words.

On Sunday, our Sunday school class went out to lunch after church. Greg and I arrived early, as did our teacher, Steve, and his wife, Kathy who we have known since high school. As we sat at the table chatting and waiting on the others to come from church, Kathy looked me and said, “Leah, how are you?” I’m not sure she knew what she was asking!

That was all it took. Like a swollen river, my pain burst forth. Brushing back tears, I told Kathy what I had been feeling. In those moments, Jesus ministered to me so tenderly through Kathy. She said, “Leah, you know you made the right decisions for your Mom. You did the best for her that you could. You were so strong through all of this, but you have to eventually grieve, and this is part of the grieving process. Let yourself grieve the loss of your Mom.”

Kathy helped me realize that all of my ‘what ifs’ are pointless. Mother is with Jesus (may I admit to being a bit jealous?), and I did make the very best decisions possible for her at a time when she could not make them because of the dementia. What sweet relief and peace flooded my heart in those moments! Kathy was, quite literally, the voice of Jesus to me in the middle of my pain. What a blessing she was! Thank you, Jesus, for dealing with me tenderly.

 

There, I made it through without crying! That’s my everyday jesus story. I hope you will be encouraged by it, and send me your story.

 

Are you walking through a difficult time in your life? Here is a link to a book that rocked my word and encouraged my faith in amazing ways in 2002 when we were told my Daddy had metastatic colon cancer. I have returned to this book time and again over the years.


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Dear friends, today’s post provides me the perfect time to tell you that I have decided to step back from being a hostess at the Grace & Truth link-up on Fridays. I have been so blessed to be a hostess at Grace & Truth. However, I am finding that working through the grief associated with my Mom’s death, plus work, ministry, and home responsibilities are really more than I can say grace over, physically and emotionally, right now. I want to be a good steward of my time and energy, using them to accomplish the tasks God has assigned to me, but also carving out time to heal from Mother’s passing and all that surrounded it.

So, if you normally link up to Grace & Truth through my blog, I hope you will visit one of my friends (click on the links below) and link up via their site. I will still be linking up each Friday at Grace & Truth, I just won’t be a host site for the link-up.

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Grace & Truth Linkup ~ My Featured Blogger ~ Renee Kinlaw

Do you love a good story?

I know I do. Our Grace & Truth linkup offers so many wonderful posts each week, and I have been delighted to meet some awesome new people as I visit around. Last week my heart got all fluttery over a beautiful story. It was a familiar story told in a new way, through fresh eyes. If you have spent any time at all reading the Bible, you know the story of how Mary poured an expensive jar of perfume all over Jesus’ feet, to the consternation and ire of His disciples. Now, don’t click away just because the story is familiar. Hang with me, because I want you to read it today as told by my featured blogger, Renee Kinlaw. First, though, let me tell you a bit about Renee.

Renee is a native of Conway, SC.  She was raised in a Christian home and in Bethlehem Baptist Church where her husband, Rev. Mike Kinlaw, now serves as Pastor.   Renee and Mike met when he came to Bethlehem from St. Pauls, NC to serve as Youth Pastor.  In November of 1996, Mike was voted in as Pastor, just one month before the two were married.   Ministering side by side with her “soul mate” has been a dream come true for Renee.  She truly believes that God hand picked Mike just for her.

Renee and her husband Mike had been married for 10 years when God blessed them with a beautiful little girl they named Jayden Noelle.  Jayden is a very special little girl who loves to sing and dance for Jesus.  The family has adopted “We Believe” by the Newsboys as their family’s theme song.
 
Renee works as Ministry Assistant of Carolina Baptist Association. She is currently Teacher of the Adult 2 Sunday School Class, Women on Mission President and Director of the Women of Faith Bible Study Group.
 
Renee’s education experience consist of Marketing and Management at Horry-Technical College. She has several certificates in Creative Writing and Journalism.  Renee has currently been accepted into the Women’s Bible Institute at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where she is enjoying studying and learning more about God’s Word.

Renee’s post last Friday was entitled, To What Purpose Is This Waste?  Here is a taste to whet your appetite. You can click the link below this tiny taste to read the rest of the post.

 

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I have wrestled with this question all week long.  It appeared in the 26th Chapter of my daily Bible reading from the book of Matthew.   Jesus is at the house of Simon the Leper, in the town of Bethany.  It was the hometown of Mary, Martha and their famous brother Lazarus.

The men were gathered around the table, eating their meal while the women were busy taking care of their guest.  I wonder what the conversation was like.  There’s no doubt that it somehow found it’s way back to Jerusalem.  Jesus’ mind was always thinking of Jerusalem.  Oh, how He loved Jerusalem, just thinking of the beautiful city of God brought pain and heaviness to His soul.  If only they had accepted Him as their Messiah.  Things would be so different.

Excitement was in their voices as they discussed the temple.  It was their heritage, their pride and joy.  The place built to worship God, yet somehow it had replaced Him as the heart of worship.  It seemed the temple was more important to them than the God of the temple.  With their heads falling slightly lower, their voices changed as they thought of His words of destruction to their beloved sanctuary.

(Sigh) He had talked of his own death too.  That day was approaching fast.  Time was running out and there was so much more they needed to know.  He tried to prepare them for the worst, yet He knew as He looked at them now, they still did not get it. His heart was filled with pity as He thought of them.  So much they would have to endure, but they would endure.  Afterwards, yes, afterwards, when His task here was done, they would finally grasp the truth.  How much easier for them if they could only achieve that now, but for now their minds were still on earthly things and earthly kingdoms.

That’s why they didn’t see her.

 

Click here to read the rest of Renee’s post. Then, come back here, scroll to the bottom of my post, and link up your post.

 

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Grace & Truth Link Up ~ Today’s Featured Blogger – Tammy Provins

Today, it is my pleasure to feature one post that really resonated with me from last week’s link up. While there were so many great posts linked up, I knew immediately that this was the one I was to feature this week. The post was written by Tammy Provins, and was entitled ‘Rooted’. Tammy’s website is called ‘Grace in the Everyday’ and is such a lovely place to visit. Tammy and her husband, Scott, pastor an English speaking church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Antioch Community Outreach. They have two grown children, Brandon and Tiffany. Tammy’s testimony is compelling…a story of redemption and grace. Her heart is for others to know of Jesus’ redeeming grace.

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Here is a snippet from Tammy’s post, “Rooted”.  I hope you will visit her blog to read the rest. You will be blessed!

But blessed are those who trust in the Lord and have made the Lord their hope and confidence. They are like trees planted along a riverbank, with roots that reach deep into the water. Such trees are not bothered by the heat or worried by long months of drought. Their leaves stay green, and they never stop producing fruit. Jeremiah 17:7-8

I remember the day my body began to shut down. I had been sick for many days and not drinking enough fluids. I had hit the first stages of dehydration and my body was reacting. It was a terrible feeling, an awful state to be at. I reached for the electrolytes and rapidly I began to fill my body back up with fluids.  Thankfully, it helped and I didn’t need a hospital visit.

All living things need water to survive. I needed fluids that day to replenish my body. I wasn’t taking care of myself like I should and when the sickness hit my body it was drying up, dying.

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Every week, each of the Grace & Truth hostesses will choose a blog post that was linked the previous Friday to feature on their blog. The featured post will be one that t0uched the heart of the hostess in some way. While there were so many wonderful posts to choose from, I had to narrow it down to one. When I read this post from Ann-Margret on the A Look At The Book (ALATB) website, I knew this would be my featured post.

In this post, Ann-Margret shares her personal testimony of her walk with the Lord. While many people have dramatic stories of hugely changed lives after coming to Christ, Ann-Margret’s testimony is one that many people can identify with~~a testimony of consistent trust and faithfulness to Jesus. There is so much power in that! Often we think that unless we have a dramatic conversion story, our testimonies are of less value. NOT! Those who walk consistently with Christ throughout their lives are role models for us all.

Ann-Margret surrendered her life to Jesus Christ when she was seven years old. Though she had many bumps and dips along the road, she continues to enjoy the adventure of knowing and serving God. Ann-Margret is especially passionate about sharing His love through her writing and her involvement in women’s ministry. She is an award-winning freelance writer and the author/co-author of four devotional books for pre-teen girls. A naturally happy and creative introvert, Ann-Margret is a self-started, autodidact, mentor, craftista, sewist, voracious reader, indoor gardener and amateur chef. Though she has lived her whole life in Montreal, Canada, she believes she is really a country girl at heart!  Ann Margret writes for the website A Look At The Book (ALATB): A group of women taking a hard look at the Bible, and sharing what they find.

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I hope you will take the time to read this wonderful testimony from Ann-Margret, entitled When Jesus Made Ann-Margret New.
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