OLIVE TREE ONE YEAR DAILY DEVOTIONAL – FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020

A Call to Holiness

Topic: Holiness

1 Peter 1:15-16

When God called Abraham, he answered, “Here am I.” When God called Moses from the bush, he answered, “Here am I,” and he hid his face, for he was afraid to look upon God. God is calling you to holiness, to Himself the Holy One, that He may make you holy. Let your whole soul answer, “Here am I, Lord! Speak, Lord! Show Yourself, Lord! Here am I.” As you listen, the voice will sound ever deeper and ever stiller: “Be holy, as I am holy. Be holy, for I am holy.” You will hear a voice coming out of the great eternity, from the council-chamber of redemption, and as you catch its distant whisper, it will be, “Be holy, I am holy.” You will hear a voice from Paradise, the Creator making the seventh day holy for man whom He had created, and saying, “Be holy.” You will hear the voice from Sinai, amid thundering and lightning, and still it is, “Be holy, as I am holy.” You will hear a voice from Calvary, and there above all it is, “Be holy, for I am holy.”

Child of God, have you ever realized it, our Father is calling us to Himself, to be holy as He is holy? Must we not confess that happiness has been to us more than holiness, salvation than sanctification? Oh! it is not too late to fix the mistake. Let us now band together to listen to the voice that calls, to draw near, and find out and know what Holiness is, or rather, find out and know Himself the Holy One. If the first approach to Him fills us with shame and confusion, makes us fear and shrink back, let us still listen to the Voice and the Call, “Be holy, as I am holy.” “Faithful is He who calls you, who also will do it” (1 Thess. 5:24). All our fears and questions will be met by the Holy One who has revealed His Holiness, with this one purpose in view, that we might share it with Him.

Adapted from Holy in Christ by Andrew Murray

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NIV DISCOVER GOD’S HEART DEVOTIONAL BIBLE – FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020

Jesus, the Captive-Freer

Luke 3–6

God’s Story

Heeding God’s call, John challenges people to live rightly. His ministry is so impressive that the people wonder if he might be the Messiah. But he declares that he is merely a way-preparer for the One who will baptize people with God’s very Spirit.

After being baptized by John, fasting in the wilderness and resisting Satan’s temptations, Jesus comes home to Nazareth. On the Sabbath he goes to the synagogue for worship and reads a prophecy from Isaiah about the Messiah to come. Jesus proclaims that the prophecy is being fulfilled in him. The people speak well of him—until he warns them that God will bless the Gentiles if his people reject his messenger. This makes them angry. They kick Jesus out of town and even try to kill him. He escapes.

Jesus begins his kingdom invasion in Galilee. He casts out demons and heals the sick. When Peter, James and John have a night of fruitless fishing, he sends them back out, and they bring in a miraculous catch. Jesus gives the awe-filled fishermen a new calling for their lives: Catching people. He also calls Levi (better known as Matthew) from his tax-collecting booth. And after a night of prayer on a mountain, he selects the rest of the 12 men who will be his closest followers and friends.

Once down from the mountain, Jesus shares the truths of the kingdom with the crowds of people who have gathered to see him.

The King’s Heart

It was no coincidence that Jesus read from Isaiah 61 at the synagogue in Nazareth. “The Spirit of the Lord . . . has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor” (Luke 4:18-19).

Jesus was alluding to the Year of Jubilee—the year every 50 years when slaves would be freed, debts would be canceled and land would be returned to its original owners. Jesus says that he is who Isaiah was talking about. He is the Captive-Freer and the Jubilee-Fulfiller—and the fulfillment of so many of the promises that God had spoken to his people for centuries. But the people didn’t understand that he was going to set them free from a different captor: Sin and all of its awful consequences.

Insight

Satan’s second temptation was to offer Jesus the world’s kingdoms (see Luke 4:5-7). That authority had already been promised to the Messiah and were his for the asking (see Psalm 2:8). The kingdoms were God’s to give, and Jesus wouldn’t accept them from anyone else.

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WORDS OF CHEER FOR DAILY LIFE – FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2020

BGWFaith versus Fear

The believer when he is brought into peace with God does not tremble at the thought of God’s power. He does not ask, “Will He plead against me with His great power?” But he says, “No, that very power, once my terror, and fear, is now my refuge and my hope, for He shall put that very power in me. I rejoice that God is Almighty, for He will lend me His omnipotence—’He will put strength into me.'” The very power which would have damned my soul, saves my soul. The very power that would have crushed me, God puts into me, that the work of salvation may be accomplished. No, He will not use it to crush me, but He will put that very strength into me. Dost see there the Mighty One upon His throne? Dread Sovereign, I see Thine awful arm. What, wilt Thou crush the sinner? Wilt Thou utterly destroy him with Thy strength? “No,” saith He, “come hither, child.” And if you go to His almighty throne, “There,” saith He, “that self-same arm which made thee quake, see there, I give it to thee. Go out and live. I have made thee mighty as I am, to do My works; I will put strength into thee. The same strength which would have broken thee to pieces on the wheel shall now be put into thee, that thou mayest do mighty works.”

Now, this great strength sometimes goes out in prayer. Did you ever hear a man pray in whom God had put strength? You have heard some of us poor puny souls pray, I dare say; but have you ever heard a man pray that God had made into a giant? Oh, if you have, you will say it is a mighty thing to hear such a man in supplication. I have seen him as if he had seized the angel, and would pull him down. I have seen him now and then slip in his wrestling; but, like a giant, he has recovered his footing, and seemed, like Jacob, to hurl the angel to the ground. I have marked the man lay hold upon the throne of mercy, and declare, “Lord, I will never let go, except thou bless me.” I have seen him, when heaven’s gates have been apparently barred, go up to them, and say, “Ye gates, open wide in Jesus’ name;” “and I have seen the gates fly open before him, as if the man were God himself; for he is armed with God Almighty’s strength. I have seen that man, in prayer, discover some great mountain in his way; and he prayed it down, until it became a very molehill. He has beaten the hills and made them like chaff by the immensity of his might.

Some of you think I am talking enthusiasm; but such cases have been, and are now. Oh, to have heard Luther pray! Luther, you know, when Melancthon was dying, went to his death-bed, and said, “Melancthon, you shall not die!” “Oh,” said Melancthon, “I must die! It is a world of toil and trouble.” “Melancthon,” said he, “I have need of thee, and God’s cause has need of thee, and as my name is Luther, thou shalt not die!” The physician said he would. Well, down went Luther on his knees, and began to tug at death. Old Death struggled mightily for Melancthon, and he had got him well-nigh on his shoulders. “Drop him,” said Luther, “drop him, I want him.” “No,” said Death, “he is my prey, I will take him!”

“Down with him,” said Luther, “down with him, Death, or I will wrestle with thee!” And he seemed to take hold of the grim monster, and hurl him to the ground; and he came off victorious, like an Orpheus, with his wife, up from the very shades of death; he had delivered Melancthon from death by prayer! “Oh,” say you, “that is an extraordinary case.” No, not one-half so extraordinary as you dream. Men and women have done the same in other cases; have asked a thing of God, and have had it; that have been to the throne, and showed a promise, and said they would not come away without its fulfilment, and have come back from God’s throne conquerors of the Almighty; for prayer moves the arm that moves the world.

“Prayer is the sinew of God,” said one, “it moves His arm;” and so it is. Verily, in prayer, with the strength of the faithful heart, there is a beautiful fulfilment of the text, “He will put strength in me.”

Not only in prayer, but in duty, the man who has great faith in God, and whom God has girded with strength, how gigantic does he become! Have you never read of those great heroes who put to flight whole armies, and scattered kings like the snow on Salmon? Have you never read of those men that were fearless of foes, and stalked onward before all their opposers, as if they would as soon die as live? I read of a case in the old kirk of Scotland, before that King James who wished to force “the black prelacy” upon them. Andrew Melville and some of his associates were deputed to wait upon the king, and as they were going with a scroll ready written, they were warned to take care and return, for their lives were at stake. They paused a moment, and Andrew said, “I am not afraid, thank God, nor feeble-spirited in the cause and message of Christ; come what pleases God to send, our commission shall be executed.” At these words the deputation took courage, and went forward. On reaching the palace, and having obtained an audience, they found his majesty attended by Lennox and Arran, and several other lords, all of whom were English. They presented their remonstrance. Arran lifted it from the table, and glancing over it, he then turned to the ministers, and furiously demanded, “Who dares sign these treasonable articles?” “We dare,” said Andrew Melville, “and will render our lives in the cause.” Having thus spoken, he came forward to the table, took the pen, subscribed his name, and was followed by his brethren. Arran and Lennox were confounded; the king looked on in silence, and the nobles in surprise. Thus did our good forefathers appear before kings, and yet were not ashamed. “The proud had them greatly in derision, yet they declined not from the law of God.” Having thus discharged their duty, after a brief conference, the ministers were permitted to depart in peace. The king trembled more at them than if a whole army had been at his gates; and why was this? It was because God had put His own strength into them to make them masters of their duty. And you have some such in your midst now. Despised they may be; but God has made them like the lion-like men of David, who would go down into the pit in the depth of winter, and take the lion by the throat and slay him. We have some in our churches—but a remnant, I admit—who are not afraid to serve their God, like Abdiel, “faithful amongst the faithless found.” We have some who are superior to the customs of the age, and scorn to bow at mammon’s knee, who will not use the trimming language of too many modern ministers, but stand out for God’s gospel, and the pure white banner of Christ, unstained and unsullied by the doctrines of men. Then are they mighty! Why they are mighty is because God has put strength in them.

“And shall I hold on to the end?” says the believer. Yes, thou wilt, for God’s strength is in thee. “Shall I be able to bear such-and-such a trial?” Yes, thou wilt. Cannot Omnipotence stem the torrent? And Omnipotence is in thee; for, like Ignatius of old, thou art a God-bearer; thou bearest God about with thee. Thy heart is a temple of the Holy Ghost, and thou shalt yet overcome. “But can I ever stand firm in such-and-such an evil day?” Oh, yes you will, for He will put His strength in you!

I was in company, some time ago, with some ministers; one of them observed, “Brother, if there were to be stakes in Smithfield again, I am afraid they would find very few to burn among us.” “Well,” I said, “I do not know anything about how you would burn; but this I know right well, that there never will be any lack of men who are ready to die for Christ.” “Oh!” said he, “but they are not the right sort of men.” “Well,” said I, “but do you think they are the Lord’s children?” “Yes, I believe they are, but they are not the right sort.” “Ah!” said I, “but you would find them the right sort, if they came to the test, every one of them; they have not got burning grace yet. What would be the use of it.” We do not want the grace till the stakes come; but we should have burning grace in burning moments. If now a hundred of us were called to die for Christ, I believe there would not only be found a hundred, but five hundred, that would march to death, and sing all the way. Whenever I find faith, I believe that God will put strength into the man; and I never think anything to be impossible to a man with faith in God, while it is written, “He will put strength in me.”

Cæsar could not swim the Tiber, accoutred as he was; and dost thou hope to swim the Jordan with thy flesh about thee? No, thou wilt sink then, unless Jesus, as Æneas did Anchises, from the flames of Rome, upon his shoulders, lift thee from Jordan, and carry thee across the stream, thou wilt never be able to walk across the river; thou wilt ne’er be able to face that tyrant and smile in his face, unless thou hast something more than mortal. Thou wilt need then to be belted about with the girdle of divinity, or else thy loins will be loosed, and thy strength will fail thee, when thou needst it most. Many a man has ventured to the Jordan in his own strength; but oh! how he has shrieked and howled, when the first wave has touched his feet! But never weakling went to death with God within him, but he found himself mightier than the grave. Go on, Christian, for this is thy promise, “He will put strength in me.”

“Weak, though I am, yet through His might,

I all things can perform.”

Go on; dread not God’s power, but rejoice at this, He will put His strength in you; He will not use His power to crush you.

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5 Bodies of Water We Bet You’ve Never Heard Of

Earth is about 70% water, according to the United States Geological Survey. While the oceans contain an incredible 96.5% of all the liquid water found on the planet, lakes, rivers, streams, and seas all contribute to the world’s water supply. Some of the bodies that hold some of the remaining fraction of water are pretty famous. Most people have heard of the Great Lakes or the Mediterranean Sea. At the same time, there are some bodies of water that are pretty obscure but definitely worth knowing. Here are five bodies of water we bet you’ve never heard of.

Spotted Lake, Canada

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The Spotted Lake is appropriately named. The surface of the lake looks — you guessed it — spotted. There’s more than just its spotty appearance that makes this place special. In fact, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation calls it magical. But you’ll need to time your visit right to experience the magical site for yourself. If you visit the Spotted Lake during the cooler months, you’ll see a lake that looks pretty much like any other in the Canadian wilderness. Visit it in the summer, and you’ll find something totally different. Minerals flow into the lake throughout the year. Those minerals form into pools of colored water as the lake start to evaporate in the warmer weather and then further develop into colored spots. The colors will vary depending on what minerals the spotted pools contain. However, you are sure to see something pretty incredible if you visit this lake the next time you visit Canada.

Pitch Lake, Trinidad

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If you’ve ever walked the streets of New York City, then there is a good chance that you’ve walked on the natural asphalt found in Pitch Lake, Trinidad. According to Caribbean Affairs, NYC officials used pitch from the lake to pave some of the city’s streets. That’s because the lake is actually the largest natural asphalt deposit in the world. That makes it quite a sight. Under the water of the lake, you’ll find thick, muddy tar and dried chunks of asphalt along the shores. It’s made from oil seeping up into the lake from underneath the lake bed and then evaporating over thousands of years. Miners have taken more than 10 million tons of asphalt from the lake since 1867, according to USA Today. They use this natural asphalt all over the world.

Boiling Lake, Dominica

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Another appropriately named body of water, Boiling Lake gets its name from the fact that the water is literally boiling inside of it. The lake sits inside Dominica’s Morne Trois National Park, a World Heritage Site. According to Virtual Dominica, you’ll need to hike about four hours one way through the National Park to get to where the lake sits. Once you are there, you can sit on the shore and enjoy the scenery as the murky waters churn below you. The water boils thanks to the lake’s position over a volcano, according to Amusing Planet. The water reaches down through a crack deep into the earth to where the lava sits below the surface, heating the water up to its boiling point. The water levels fluctuate, too, so you never know how full or empty the lake may be on your visit. Some people choose to swim in the water during colder weather, but visitors should be cautious. It’s named Boiling Lake for a reason.

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat. It sits high in the Bolivian mountains, and according to Lonely Planet, covers an impressive 4,633 square miles. That’s a lot of salt. In the dry season, the salt flats create a white desert landscape. That’s beautiful to look at, but adding water to this salt desert is what makes it magical. The Culture Trip notes that when the rainy season arrives, it completely changes the landscape of the salt flats. Visit Salar de Uyuni between December and April, when the salt flat turns into a salt lake. The lake is shallow and usually completely still, so it creates a mirror-like effect on the surface of the water. Talk about an Instagrammer’s paradise!

Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

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Love lakes? Enjoy looking at gorgeous waterfalls? Dreaming of sparkling turquoise waters in a friendly-yet-affordable European destination? Then Plitvice Lakes in Croatia is the place for you. Plitvice Lakes National Park became Croatia’s first National Park in 1949, according to the park’s official website. It became a World Heritage Site 30 years later. The site contains 16 separate lakes, each one gorgeous and worth a trip to Croatia alone. Their blue and turquoise waters are crystal clear, and although you can’t swim in the water, hiking around them is a perfect day’s adventure. But what really makes this body of water stunning are the waterfalls. The lakes are all connected by a series of waterfalls, with some lakes filled by dozens of different falls. It makes for a spectacular and almost otherworldly atmosphere, not to mention some amazing photos to share with friends back home. The park is open 365 days a year, according to Visit Croatia, making it easy to add into your travel schedule. It’s a must-see destination worthy of any travel bucket list.

Daily Light on the Daily Path – May 28

May 28
MORNING

We look for the Saviour.

The grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world, looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ; who gave himself us, that he might redeem us from all iniquity, and purify unto himself a peculiar people, zealous of good works. — We, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness. Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.

Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many; and unto them that look for him shall he appear the second time without sin unto salvation. — And it shall be said in that day, Lo, this is our God; we have waited for him, and he will save us: this is the LORD; we have waited for him, we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation.

PHI. 3:20.  Tit. 2:11 14.  II Pet. 3:13,14. Heb 9:28.  Isa. 25:9.

EVENING

So run, that ye may obtain.

The slothful man saith, There is a lion without. — Let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith.

Let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God.

I press toward the mark. — I … so run, not as uncertainly; I keep under my body, and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, … I myself should be a castaway.

The fashion of this world passeth away.

Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness. Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent. — Gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ.

I COR. 9:24.  Prov. 22:13.  Heb. 12:1,2. II Cor. 7:1. Phi. 3:14.  I Cor. 9:26,27. I Cor. 7:31. II Pet. 3:13,14.  I Pet. 1:13.

Living by the Spirit Rather Than the Flesh [Part 1] – Daily Good News with Alan Wright – May 28

Living by the Spirit Rather Than the Flesh [Part 1]

Are you ready for some good news?

Righteousness comes from Jesus plus nothing. In fact, the less you try to add your own righteousness to Christ’s finished work, the more power of God you’ll discover in your life.

Today’s Text: “…and be found in him, not having a righteousness of my own that comes from the law, but that which comes through faith in Christ, the righteousness from God that depends on faith—” (Philippians 3:9, ESV)

In his ingenious TheScrewtape Letters, C.S. Lewis depicts a senior devil named Screwtape writing to his nephew, a junior devil named Wormwood. In Chapter twenty-five, Screwtape gives Wormwood this advice on how to lure his “subject”away from the pure Gospel:

What we want, if men become Christians at all, is to keep them in a state of mind I call ‘Christianity And.’ You know—Christianity and the Crisis, Christianity and the New Psychology, Christianity and the New Order, Christianity and Faith Healing, Christianity and Psychical Research, Christianity and Vegetarianism, Christianity and Spelling Reform. If they must be Christians, let them at least be Christians with a difference. Substitute for the faith itself, some Fashion with a Christian colouring.

The temptation for us as Christians is not generally that we abandon the gospel, but that we modify it and add something that makes us righteous.  “Christ and…” robs the Gospel of its power.

The temptation to live by the works of the flesh (personal attempts at righteousness) is so hellish that Paul interjects an emotional plea to the Philippians at verse 2 of chapter 3: “… look out for the dogs, look out for the evildoers, look out for those who mutilate the flesh.”

It’s the same sort of ire we see in Paul’s epistle to the Galatians where cries out “O foolish Galatians. Who has bewitched you?”

The reason Paul is so passionate on this point and the reason it is so vital to the Christian’s health is that we are, at every point, choosing to live by the power of the Spirit or the power of our own flesh. If we attempt to add to the finished work of Christ, we have moved into the “rubbish” of celebrating our own righteousness and there, in that human-empowered attempt to live rightly, we hinder the work of the Spirit.

You aren’t made to live by your righteousness, but by the righteousness of Jesus. And that’s the Gospel!

Cross the Bridge – May 28, 2020

He Sang – Thursday, May 28th 2020

8 We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; 9 persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed—
NKJV

Paul, the writer of 2 Corinthians, was no stranger to hard times. During his ministry, he experienced angry mobs, plots to kill him, stoning, more plots to kill him, shipwrecks, imprisonment, even more plots to kill him, beatings and mockery. After all that Paul went through, how did he respond? He sang.

Acts 16:25
But at midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the prisoners were listening to them.
NKJV

Paul and Silas were in shackles after receiving beatings and what did they do? They sang to the Lord. They were so thankful to have experienced persecution for their Lord that they were singing to Him. We may never experience physical shackles on our feet, but in the middle of our difficult times, we can still sing to the Lord. In fact, when we actively worship God in the middle of difficulties, our mind turns from self-focused to God-focused. This change of focus makes all the difference.

Life Lesson: Troubles are temporary. Glory and celebration are eternal.

Dear God,
Thank You for the gift of salvation. I also praise You for those times of trial because I know they are making me more like You. Give me the strength to praise You in those times. May the song in my heart to You change the way I see my life. I give it all to You. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Living to tell what He died to say,
Pastor David McGee
Cross the Bridge
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