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    Fri, Sep 27th - 10:15PM

    STUDY IN LUKE



    "He that hears you hears Me; and he that despises you despises Me; and he that despises Me despises Him who sent Me.  And the seventy returned again with joy, saying, Lord, even the devils are subject to us through Your name.  And He said to them, I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven.  See, I give to you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.  Nonetheless, do not rejoice in this, that the spirits are subject to you; but rather rejoice, because your names are written in heaven (10:16-20)."

     Each disciple of Christ today must know that they represent Jesus to the rest of the world.  This knowledge stresses two critical points.  The first is that the messenger's position and message are of the highest value.  Disciples of Christ represent Him and are to be given the most serious hearing possible.  The disciple is to be counted as Christ Himself speaking.  It is simply that serious a matter.  Any disciple who decides to stand up and speak God's Word before other believers in a sanctuary must clearly understand the seriousness of their choice.  God's Word is not to be spoken flippantly, sarcastically, or untruthfully.  To whom God gives gifts He also requires responsibility.  The greater the gift, the greater the responsibility.  Preachers are not to spread their personal brand of belief, but they are to dutifully duplicate the belief spoken of in God's Word.  This requires transformation of the human spirit into the likeness of Christ Jesus.  It requires each person who claims to be a Christian to walk and talk and think like Christ.  It means to be willing to do God's will in all matters, not my own will.  Secondly, the person who speaks the message of Christ to others often will be rejected by others.  This rejection of God's messenger is the most serious offense.  It is counted as a rejection of Jesus Christ, and of God.  This concept can be seen in Matthew 10:40; 18:5; 25:40; 25:45-46; Acts 9:1-4; and I Corinthians 8:12.  We are to take reassurance in that Jesus said to us that we too would be rejected, just as He had been rejected, but that our names are written in heaven where they can never be erased by human hands.  

     Immediately after Christ spoke about these negative things that would happen, the seventy disciples returned from their missions out in the country.  Today we can draw hope and encouragement from their testimony.  They returned with joy (chara).  This word means joy and rejoicing, a heart full of gladness.  Their spirits were so different from those today who return from arduous ministries.  These disciples did not revel and share in how much they had done for Christ.  They did not complain about how difficult the work had been.  They did not wring their hands over how strong the enemy was and how hard the enemy fought.  No, they were filled with joy and rejoiced in Christ over the phenomenal power of Christ's name.  These disciples returned with astounding results to their missionary journeys.  Even the devils were subjected to them by the utterance of Christ's name.  But we must not neglect to recognize how these things were accomplished.  Devils were not subjected to the disciples through the personal efforts of the disciples themselves.  Oh no!  The power to do these amazing things came through Christ's name being believed upon and then being spoken ("Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved (Acts 4:12)."  The disciples were shocked at such power or results led to a confession of their own weakness and lack of ability before the God of the Universe.  These disciples clearly understood that the power had not originated from within themselves.  Only the name of Christ could give genuine power and results.  Are you and I lacking power and results in our faith walk as  Christians?  I would strongly suggest that you and I are not surrendering ourselves to Christ completely and therefore are blocked from performing God's will here on earth.  We must subject our wills to that of Christ Jesus.  

     The seventy returned into the presence of Christ and gave Him glory.  They praised Him for giving them such a glorious experience through the utterance of His name.  They did not boast about how many devils each of them had subjected.  To do so would have led to "one ups-man-ship."  No, the devils were subjected through them uttering the name of Christ Jesus.  

     Christ reveals to the seventy, and to us as readers, that He saw Satan fall from the glory of heaven as a form like to lightning.  This signified falling from the height and the summit of all power.  "Beheld" comes from the word etheoroun, meaning to think upon, give full attention to, contemplate, or envision. Christ envisioned Satan falling from his position of power  as the god and prince of this world of ours (Revelation 12:9).  What these seventy disciples had just accomplished was the beginning of the total defeat of Satan by Christ.  Points supporting this thought are:
     1)  Jesus saw Satan defeated in the souls of men.  "And you has He quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins; at times in the past you walked according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now works in the children of disobedience (Ephesians 2:1-2)."  " God has delivered us from the power of darkness, and has translated us into the kingdom of His dear Son: in whom we have redemption through His blood, even the forgiveness of sins (Colossians 1:13-14)."
     2)  Jesus saw Satan defeated through the spread of His gospel.  "Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out.  And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to Me (John 12:31-32)."  "Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I do not go away, the Comforter will not come to you; but if I depart, I will send Him to you.  And when He is come, He will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: of sin, because they do not believe on Me; of righteousness, because I go to My Father, and you see Me no more; of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged (John 16:7-11)."
     3)  Jesus saw Satan defeated in the daily strategies and struggles which he wages against the individual believer (Romans 8:2-4).  "He that commits sin is of the devil; for the devil sinned from the beginning.  For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil (I John 3:8)."  "Finally, my brothers and sisters in faith, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might.  Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.  For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:10-12)."
     4)  Jesus saw Satan defeated in His power over death. " For as much then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, He also Himself likewise took part of the same; that through death He might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil; and deliver them who through fear of death were all their lives subject to bondage (Hebrews 2:14-15)."
     5)  Jesus saw Satan defeated through His death on the cross of Calvary.  "And having spoiled principalities and powers, He made a show of them openly, triumphing over them in it [the cross](Colossians 2:15)."  "Who His own self bare our sins in His own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live to righteousness: by whose whippings you were healed (I Peter 2:24)."
     6)  Jesus saw Satan defeated in the end of the world, in the consummation of the age and the times.  And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall be tormented day and night for ever and ever (Revelation 20:10)."

    Our thoughts are to focus upon the power of God in the same way that Jesus the Christ "beheld" that power.  God's power is for the purpose of defeating Satan, of delivering people from the power of Satan, from the deception of Satan.  

     You and I must believe that we have power over all of our enemies; that we have perfect security even if we are required to live through the horrors of the Great Tribulation Period before being raptured up to heaven.  Are we to take verse nineteen literally?  Figuratively?  Symbolically?  There is a literal meaning in this manner.  If it is God's will to continue using His servant, then He will protect that servant no matter what the threat might be.  We can read about the apostle Paul being beaten to near death, and surviving.  Or of him being shipwrecked, and surviving.  Or of being dragged all the way to Rome to be questioned by the Emperor, and surviving.  Or we can read about Peter being freed by angels from imprisonment.  Each had more to accomplish in service to God and therefore God ensured that they would not die until He said so.  What ever may happen to me is under the will and care of God (Romans 8:2 and II Corinthians 11:23-30).  I must not question that, or forget that.  But I must also not forget a crucial point here.  I do not test God; I do not presume upon the power of God.  As a true servant of Christ I do not put myself in harm's way where I will be threatened.  I do not presume that no matter how foolishly I may behave, God will protect me from physical harm.  As God's servant, I am to be busy reaching people for Christ, not proving my ability with animals or my immunity to their bites.  

     What can be taken from this passage is this:
     1) Power is given over the enemy (Satan) and thus is revealed the spiritual meaning of this passage.
     a.  The enemy does have power; the idea is that he has great power, enormous power.
     b.  The Lord's power is greater by far.
     c.  The Lord gives His power to His servants.
     d.  The servants' power is over all the power of the enemy.
     e.  The servants are perfectly secure against all enemies.  No spiritual power shall by any means be able to touch His servants.  Security is assured.

     In verse twenty we find reference made to the Book of Life.  We are to rejoice in our salvation, not in the power.

    1. The real basis for joy is not power, but salvation.  The great privilege that I have through faith in Christ is not my work and ministry, but the fact that I am a child of God's and have been given eternal life.  That is God's love-gift to me.  I have become an adopted son of God.

    2. My name is written down in heaven, as also mentioned in Revelation 13:8; 17:8; 20:12; 22:19.  This is also seen in the Book of Exodus,  "Yet now, if you will forgive their sin, and if not, blot me, I pray, out of Your book which You have written.  And the LORD said to Moses, Whosoever has sinned against Me, him will i blot out of My book (32:32-33)."  "And at that time Michael shall stand up, the great prince which stands for the children of Your people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time: and at that time your people shall be delivered, every one shall be found written in the book (Daniel 12:1)."  My sin prevents my name from being written in the Book of Life but, my repentance and acceptance of Christ into my heart does write my name in the Book of Life.  Sin prevents me from entering into holiness but redemption/salvation through Christ allows me entrance into holiness.     My name appears in the Lamb's Book of Life for I do not lie, nor do I seek to defile anyone or anything (Revelation 21:27).  This does not make me perfect at this point in my life though.  It does make me painfully aware of my shortcomings, of my failings behavior-wise.  And I pray all the more, and I ask the Holy Spirit of God dwelling within me to open my heart and my mind more fully to His power to transform me.  I have reached the point where I believe that after accepting Jesus into one's heart, repenting of sin, and becoming baptized, one must then accept the Way offered by Christ.  The natural question becomes: What's next?  The answer is that the Holy Spirit that has come to dwell within  immediately begins interior remodeling.  There are self-destructive behaviors and thought patterns which must be deconstructed and then replaced by the new spiritual nature given by the Holy Spirit of God.  Some behaviors may disappear rapidly while other behaviors may take weeks, months, or even years, to finally disappear.  Speed is determined by how much we surrender ourselves to Christ.  Struggle to keep control over part of my former lifestyle and old behaviors will cling like ticks on a dog.  It is why Christ said one must lose one's life in order to find one's life.  Lose the life that I have striven to create and replace it with the life that God wants me to live.  

    That is all for today, beloved!  Next time I will look at verses 21-24 of this tenth chapter of Luke.   Grace, blessings, and peace be with you all this day, and in the days ahead.

    ~Eric


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    Thu, Sep 26th - 5:10PM

    STUDY IN LUKE



    "But into what ever city that you enter, and they do not receive you, go on your way out into the streets  of the same, and say, Even the very dust of your city which sticks on us, we do wipe off against you:  nonetheless you be sure of this, that the kingdom of God is come near to you.  But I say to you, that it shall be more tolerable in that day for Sodom, than for that city.  Woe to you, Chorazin!  woe to you, Bethsaida!  for if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon, which have been done in you, they had a great while ago repented, sitting in sackcloth and ashes.  But it shall be more tolerable for Tyre and Sidon at the judgment, than for you.  And you, Capernaum, which are exalted to heaven, shall be thrust down to hell (10:10-15)."

     These verses reflect the basic rejection of which believers must turn away from and leave behind them.  This response to rejection of God's gospel protects believers from attacks upon their persons.  It also serves as an immediate warning to any who rejected God's Word, perhaps causing them to reconsider the exhortation given to them.  Perhaps it will cause them to change their mind (repent) towards Jesus Christ.  Christ Jesus presented three types of rejecters in these few verses.
     1)  There would be entire cities that would reject Him.  The messenger symbolized God's rejection of them by shaking off the dust from his/her feet.  It was a silent testimony of God doing exactly what they wished: leaving them alone to walk through life as they saw fit.  Why has God rejected people in the past?  Because they have rejected the Kingdom of God.  The Kingdom had come near to them, and they turned away from receiving it.  They shut their hearts and minds to God's offer.  Such rejection of redemption warrants a greater judgment than what was brought against Sodom.
     2)  There would be those people who only profess to be Christ's disciples.  These people are characterized by the two towns that were heavily populated by Jewish folk who professed to be Children of God.  Yet their profession simply came from their mouth, not their heart.  They rejected Christ despite all of the miraculous things that He had done.  Because they said what was right and yet did not truly believe, their judgment was to be greater than that of those who clearly did not believe at all.  Why?  Because they had the opportunity to accept Christ, an opportunity that the unbelievers never had.  
     3)  There would also be those who had a constant witness around them.  These people were to receive the greatest judgment of all, hell itself.  Capernaum was the chosen city and headquarters of Christ Jesus' ministry, yet they rejected Christ.  

     Judgment is definitely coming, and everyone who chooses to reject the Word of Jesus Christ will be soundly condemned by their very own thoughts, words, and actions.  It is clearly seen that God desires all people to understand that He will be extremely regretful at their decision to not believe in Christ.  "Woe" is not a word of vengeance but a word expressing deep regret, it is a word of sharp warning.    Do we today still hear what God is saying to us through His Word?  Does it really impact our behavior?  Does it influence us at all anymore?

     That is all for today beloved.  It has been a rather lengthy period of time since my last posting here.  I do hope that such periods of absence are not frequent.  Grace and peace be yours!

    ~Eric


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    Mon, Sep 9th - 9:43PM

    STUDY IN LUKE



    "Carry neither a purse, nor money, nor shoes: and salute nobody along the way.  And into whatsoever house you enter, first say, Peace be to this house.  And if the son of peace be there, your peace shall rest upon it: if not, it shall turn to you again.  And remain in the same house, eating and drinking such things as they serve: for the worker is worthy of his hire.  Do not go from house to house.  And into whatsoever city you do enter, and they receive you, eat such things as they set before you:  And heal the sick that there, and say to them, The kingdom of God is come near to you (10:4-9)."

       It can be learned here in these few verses how Christian workers are to go out into this world to do God's business. Trust God and sense the urgency of the hour.  Christian workers are to trust God to supply all of their needs, so do not carry purse, money, a traveller's bag, or extra shoes.  Worrying about all of these things becomes burdensome, a time waster, an energy waster.  Remain focused upon the task/s at hand.  The Christian worker is sent out by God to minister to others, to preach a message of faith and trust in Christ Jesus.  This means they need to live what they are preaching and teaching others, to become a living picture of the complete trust that God wants from every person.

       The Christian worker is to act now.  The hour is urgent, time runs out for so very many people each and every day.  The worker can't waste time by stopping along the roadway and carrying excess luggage that slows them down, nor engage in fruitless conversations.  All time is to be spent in ministry and prayer.  The Christian worker's mission is focused upon another realm, another world that lasts eternally, a world that all people are invited to enter.  It is just that not all people believe in this other world and so do not enter in.  People desperately need to sense the urgency and dedication necessary to enter into the Kingdom of God.

       The Christian worker is to guard the message, do not force it upon those people who do not wish to hear it.  Do not become stressed out over peoples' rejection of the gospel message.  Do not become irate, angry, irritated, or aggressive: remember that the message being carried out into the world is that of peace.  It is  peace with God, peace of God dwelling within a person's heart, and peace between people.  The worker is to proclaim peace to whatever house he/she enters into.  If the head of that household is a man of peace, then the message of peace is to be continued.  But if the message is not accepted, then it is to be taken away.  The disciple is not to proclaim the message of peace to anyone who refuses to willingly receive it.  Force is not to be used in this work.

       The Christian worker is to accept compensation but not luxury.  God teaches us that the godly worker is worthy to be compensated.  Anyone who accepts the call to become a full time minister of Christ and diligently work at spreading the message of peace ought to be supported by other disciples so that they may continue to do so.  This worker is to never be taken advantage of, refused, or allowed to become homeless.  When support is offered to the worker they are to gladly accept it so that the giver may be blessed in the giving.  Be gracious.  However, the worker is not to think that he/she needs to become wealthy and live in a mansion and drive a luxury vehicle.  This is what people do when they "go from house to house" seeking donations to their cause.  They wish to accumulate as much wealth as possible, even if they do not intend to spend it upon reaching out to the poor, the widowed, the orphaned. 

       Finally I come the need for Christian workers to be hospitable, accommodating, and adaptable.  Jesus gave three charges to His disciples.  Identify with the people.  If necessary change your customs and habits to reach the people who are unlike you.  Eat different foods in order to be accepted at the table of others.  Accommodate and adapt to the people you are attempting to reach with the message of peace, even changing what foods you eat at the table in the presence of others.  Ministering to people's physical needs is as important as meeting their spiritual needs, and often they must be met first before any spiritual needs can be met.  The apostle Paul preached that he sought to become like whomever he was in conversation with, in order to save even one person.  He understood that he must be able to relate to others who were different from him.  The godly worker is to proclaim the Kingdom of God.  The message of peace was given by Christ and not conjured up in the mind of the messenger.  People must come to understand that the Kingdom is drawing near to them, right in front of them.  The opportunity to receive the kingdom is present, right here and now.  People must be made aware of the fact that none of us control the time when we shall die.  When I go to sleep tonight I might very well never wake up again.  A plane could crash into my house and wipe my entire family out.  I could suffer aneurism and die.  I could have a heart attack.  Someone might break into my home and kill me in my sleep.  On my way to work tomorrow I could be hit head on by a truck and die instantly.  A telephone pole could topple over and crush my car and I die.  I could be electrocuted.  I could drown in my swimming pool.  I could be bitten by some insect of which I am unaware of being seveerly allergic to, and die.  This list goes on and on.  I can't know what will happen an hour from now, a day from now, a year from now.  I am only grasping the present moment and therefore must do what I can in this microcosm of living.  And so I post on my blog.  To help others on their pilgrimage.  To help others accept that they are a sinner and need what Christ Jesus has already obtained for them.  To help myself better understand what Christ is calling me to be, and to do.  I hope these postings help you, or someone that you know and share these with.  I look forward to meeting all of you who have read these postings.  What a glorious day that is going to be in heaven!  To know and to be known.  See you all there one day!

    ~Eric


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    Tue, Sep 3rd - 9:43PM

    STUDY IN LUKE



    "After these things the Lord appointed other seventy also, and sent them two by two from before Him into every city and place, where He Himself would come.  Therefore He said to them, The harvest truly is great, but the laborers are few: pray therefore to the Lord of the harvest, that He would send forth laborers into His harvest.  Go your ways: behold, I send you forth as lambs among wolves (10:1-3)."

       This is the beginning of the passage that informs every Christian laborer how he/she is to work, and tells how he/she is to treat the laborers of God.  I will revisit this thought when I reach the end of verse sixteen later on.  At the outset of this chapter Jesus has appointed seventy disciples to go out and prepare the way for Him.  There is some squabbling over whether this number is seventy or seventy-two.  I tend to believe that it is seventy.  Many commentaries support the thought that these seventy disciples represent/symbolize the nations of the world (Genesis 10), meaning that the gospel is to go out into the entire world.  In Exodus 24:1,9 it is seen that seventy elders saw the glory of God.  There were the seventy elders of Israel (Numbers 11:16.  The Sanhedrin, the ruling body of the Jews in Jesus time, had seventy members.  Finally, there were the seventy palm trees at Elim (Exodus 15:27) as well as twelve wells of water which represent the twelve apostles, or so it is said.

       Whatever the seventy really represents, verse one does point out four significant things: 1) Jesus had many disciples, many more than simply the twelve often spoken of and pictured.  At least seventy were close enough to Christ that He was willing to send them out as missionaries for Him.  Peter even spoke later on of the witnesses as "these men which have companied with us all the time that the Lord Jesus went in and out among us"(Acts 1:21).  2) Jesus saw the tremendous need, so great that a great group of witnesses was needed.  3) Jesus sent them out in twos for mutual encouragement and help.  4) He sent the seventy out as forerunners.  They were to prepare the people everywhere for His coming.  Believers are to perform the exact same function today.    We are to follow Christ so closely that He can then send us out as witnesses for Him, to prepare people to receive Him into their hearts when He comes to each of them.  But are we doing this?

       Verse two informs us today that we are to pray for more workers.  That is the very first duty we are to perform.  We are not to dive in and lose ourselves in the work, no, we are to begin by asking God to provide us with even more workers to share in the harvest.  The need today is overwhelming, just as it has been during each generation since Christ arose from the dead.  Why pray for more workers?  Four reasons come to mind.  Jesus states that there was a great harvest of precious souls to be reached with the gospel.  Billions of people today are in need of hearing the gospel and learning of Christ's great love for them.  There are not enough workers and those who are working become weary from the ongoing efforts to reach people before they die.  If the "crop" was ripe for harvesting in Christ's day, how much more so must it be today?  Some people were actually ready to be "reaped", wanting purpose, meaning and significance in their lives.  They might not understand what was causing the longing and aching within their hearts or know how to identify it, but they were ready to listen and grasp the answer.  Lastly, God was the One who had to send forth workers.  He was the Source of new workers, and prayer was the method He used to send them out.

       Any generation of people that longs for God, that seeks after Him to send out workers, will have workers and see a good deal of righteousness prevail during its lifetime.  But the generation that chooses to ignore God finds immorality and ungodliness, injustice and evil getting worse and worse.  Hello, America!  The answer to a solid generation, to a moral and just generation is prayer for workers  to be sent out to find those precious souls who are seeking Christ all on their own.  If voices are not actively proclaiming love and morality and justice, then sin and death will reign instead.  
       Verse three then informs us that Christ's workers are to go out into an antagonistic world.  This involves the threat of persecution.  Christ did say that some people would be "wolves," ready to devour disciples like they were "sheep."  This antagonism exists due to the fact that Christ's workers go out into occupied territory.  Satan will defend what is already his.  So those people who reside in his camp put down any messenger of God, attempt to scare him/her away from trying to spread the gospel throughout the world.  Christian workers who oppose the way of the world get exposed to snarling, threatening, scowling, and even violence.  Satan's people are willing and ready to hunt down, attack and destroy God's people.  Do not be fooled.  There is no tolerance in the world for Christians who stand up and try to spread the gospel.  In the face of such antagonism the Christian worker is to be meek, harmless, and non-combative.  We are to emulate Jesus Christ.  His Spirit is to be our spirit.  But this antagonism will not remain simply outside the doors of our church buildings or homes.  There will be those motivated by hatred of God and ultimate authority and shall seek to infiltrate our congregations by being like a chameleon and blending in with the crowd.  They will say the right things, smile at us, come to services, participate in worship, even say that they have come to Christ.  But they are liars, wolves in sheep clothing.  They come to sow seeds of grumbling, complaining, distrust, gossiping, and hatred.  They seek to tear apart congregations of believers and destroy as many groups of believers as they possibly can.  They will seek to enter godly homes and cause havoc in marriages and families.  Chaos generally follows them wherever they go.  It requires diligent observation of people and a thorough knowledge of what makes a person a disciple of Christ, and what does not.  The Bible is full of examples of watchmen and what their important duties are to the communities depending upon their skills.  We are to all watch out for our children, our adolescents, our young adults, our brothers and sisters in Christ, our spouses.  It is imperative that we do not become "blind."  

    That is all for today, beloved.  It has been difficult to blog as frequently as I desire to.  Pray for me that I can set aside the time to post more often.  Walk in Christ's grace.  Pray for more workers in the fields.  Follow Christ closely so that He will be willing to call you out and send you to work among those people who need to hear your testimony of His love in your life.

    ~Eric
     


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