May the Jesus in Me Be Ever Present to the Outside World

She glowed radiant, standing on that stage.

A gifted speaker, her presentation captivated the audience. But what captured me more was her presence.

This dear lady’s beauty literally radiated from within, readily apparent even from the back of the room. Hers was not a knockdown gorgeous physicality, but something much deeper and much more lasting.

For she wore the beauty of Jesus Christ.

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She spoke with power, His power.

She spoke with grace, His grace.

She spoke truth, His truth.

She spoke love, His love.

And she literally glowed with Love.

Clothed With Christ

The Lord bids us clothe ourselves with Jesus Christ: “Put Him on” (Romans 13:14).

Draw near to Him. Walk in His presence.

“Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you.” James 4:8

So near in fact that we will begin to radiate Jesus Christ. Moses did.

At the time of God’s gifting of the The Ten Commandments, His Word tells us that whenever Moses would come from speaking with the Lord, his face would be radiant, his skin shining (Exodus 34:35).

God’s nearness radiated from Moses. He glowed with the glory of God!

Glowing With the Lord

The speaker that evening, she too was aglow with His glory. Her face reflected the nearness she walked with the Lord.

Although we aren’t to flaunt our spirituality, our lives — our actions and, yes, our countenance — should be a reflection of being clothed with Christ.

“I have been crucified with Christ 20 and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.” Galatians 2:19-20

Our relationship with God should be obvious from the way we carry ourselves. Chris lives in us.

When we walk in our own strength, our countenance will be sullen and dull. But let the Lord lead and direct, let Him take over, and you’ll need to veil His glory for its brilliance!

Walk in His Spirit and be aglow with His glory!

Whether we’re on a speakers platform or a chauffeur mom, may the Jesus Christ in me and you be ever present to the outside world.

May the love of the Lord pour out from us to a hurting people.

May our actions breathe grace and mercy.

May your face, dear one, shine with Jesus.  May mine.

“… his face shone as a result of his speaking with the LORD.” Exodus 34:29

Reflections: How would you describe someone who walks intimately with the Lord? What stands out about them? What is different in the way they carry themselves, the way they present?

I’m thrilled to link up with Suzie Eller for #livefreeThursday and this week’s prompt, “the Jesus you see in me” as well as Bonnie Gray from Faith Barista and Holley Gerth’s Coffee for your Heart. I love these special linkups. They provide an abundance of great inspiration and encouragement all in one place. Click on the image below to check them out.

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Posted in Christian walk, Daily Living, Jesus Christ, Reflect Christ

Love Well: Emulating Jesus’ Ultimate Sacrifice in Honor of the Service Men and Women Who Never Came Home

“Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.” 1 John 3:16

It’s easy to say we love.

Even if we don’t like using the word “love” itself, we can find other words to adequately express how we feel. But for some of us putting that love into action is much harder. 

Why? Because loving someone well requires sacrifice.

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Thank God we have a wonderful guide to show us how to love well.  

Jesus Christ didn’t just say He loved us. He demonstrated it by paying the ultimate sacrifice for us.

Jesus gave His life so not only can we live a life of freedom from the shackles of sin on earth, but so we may also be free from our sins for all eternity. 

Let’s look at how He did it. 

Jesus sacrificed unconditionally.

Unlike you and me who tend to pick and choose who we will love. The Lord loves us all.

His gift of salvation is for all who believe and follow Him. We don’t have to, and can never, do enough to earn that gift.

Not only that, His love extends to impacting our lives here on earth. Through the blessing of the Holy Spirit, we have the grace to walk in faith in the face of temptations and difficulties. 

If Jesus didn’t discriminate, who are we to choose who we love?

Let’s love those who God places in our paths, regardless of whether we think they “deserve” that love. 

Jesus sacrificed abundantly.

We aren’t just given a little of what we need to live. God gave us abundant love, abundant mercy, abundant grace, abundant life. He didn’t give just some of what we need, or a bit of this and a smidgen of that. 

The Lord’s sacrifice met all our needs. He gave his all. 

Jesus sacrificed willingly.

No one twisted Jesus’ arm.

No one made Him give up His throne for a cradle.

No one coerced Him to exchange His relatively comfortable day job to become a wandering minister and healer.

No one forced Him to endure humiliation and physical persecution, which ultimately ended on a cross.

The Savior willingly stretched His arms wide enough to accommodate all who would receive His ultimate sacrifice for them. 

Examples of Loving Sacrificially

When it came to love, Jesus didn’t toy around on the fringes. He dove right in and literally gave His all.

Following His example, many service men and women gave their all as well. My uncle Harlan went missing-in-action in the Korean War and never returned. Although His ultimate sacrifice didn’t pay for anyone’s salvation, it did help purchase freedom for many.  

We can never forget these ultimate sacrifices of love. 

Let’s honor the memories of our deceased service men and women by not just loving with our words, but loving with our actions as well. 

Jesus offers the ingredients for doing just that. 

In memory … never forget (a moving video by the Skit Guys):  

“No one has greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends.” John 15:13

Reflections: How are you being called to reach out in sacrificial love? What might sacrificial love look like in your life?

I’m excited to continue recording blessings this year. Since beginning over 3 years ago, I’ve counted more than 3,500 gifts in Ann Voskamp’s Joy Dare! What a blessing! So here we go in 2015: #3912–3932, read my entire list by clicking here.

  • *Surprise Skype call from Daniel; *Daniel’s roommate (and good buddy) announced his engagement; *All-in-one-pan meals
  • *Computer issues that pointed me to the plethora of daily blessings I so often miss; *Amazing 8th-grade band performance; *A girl who never tires of giving hugs (and never stops giving them!) 
  • Opportunity to observe how protective Mama and Papa Eagle are of Junior Eaglet; Long, hot shower after a wet, cold hike; Just Rachel and me playing her favorite game of pretend that she named “Lori”
  • *Not-so-terrible Day-Hab visits as we look into what’s best for Rachel; *Awesome middle school jazz band concert; *A lady who went out of her way to say how much she appreciated Rach, not despite her differences but because of them! Blessed!
  • *Warmth of the morning sun; *Full day to brainstorm and outline; *Another “I love you” message on my whiteboard–feeling loved
  • Having Zach around to attend weekend events; Sweetness of a few minutes sitting with Rachel in the grass watching birds and cars go by; Celebrating a dear 90 year old
  • Reliving a bit of the past at celebrations for 2 high school graduates; Seeing the power of a simple hug combined with assurance of prayer; Grape-scented iris blooms
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Posted in Freedom, love, Sacrifice

You Have a Lot To Offer; Don’t Excuse Yourself From God’s Plan

You and me — we have a lot to offer. I know it doesn’t always feel that way. In fact, for some of us it seldom does. 

But we do.

God didn’t just birth us on earth to wander aimlessly. He has a job description for each person.

Yes, you too. 

According to Ephesians 2:10, “we are His creation, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared ahead of time so that we should walk in them.”

Micah 6:8 gets a bit clearer on what those good works might be: “He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”

to do justice, God calls each of us to deal with others fairly, rendering to everyone their due, with equality to all and oppressing none. 

 and to love kindness, Whenever we act, we are to do so with kindness and mercy, serving others in their needs. 

and to walk humbly with your God, Perhaps most importantly, we are to be in constant fellowship with God, enjoying our relationship with Him and surrendering our will to His far better plan. 

There you have it: our Godly task list in a nutshell.

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But

Notice how God puts no restrictions on these charges. We are never too old or too young, too sick or too wounded, too busy or too slow to walk in His plan for us. 

But we come up with plenty of our own excuses, don’t we? 

How many times have we failed to reach out to someone in need because of busyness or inconvenience? 

How often have we skipped our designated time with God because something “more urgent” came up? 

How often have we missed an assignment from God because we felt inadequate to the task?

In fact, years ago I almost opted out of teaching Vacation Bible School because of fear and feelings of inadequacy. Thank God I didn’t: Serving in VBS has blessed me in countless unexpected ways. Read more about that here, 11 Important Lessons Learned, and here, 11 Reasons I Can’t Quit

When Buts Butt In

The truth is when we excuse ourselves from God’s plan, we miss out on the blessings He has intended for us.

Our “buts” hinder His blessings.

I’m not speaking of earning salvation here. Jesus Christ already paid the price for each of our sins with His blood. Salvation is a gift, free and clear.

But God also blesses us in our earthly walk. Walk away from His calling and miss those blessings. 

We all have excuses for walking away from or around the good works God has laid out for us. In our minds, our “buts” have validity, our excuses seem sound.

And truly, if we were to tackle them in our own strength, those excuses may hold water.

No Excuse

However, God isn’t a “hands-off” kind of god. He doesn’t just task us and turn His back. He is in the trenches with us, strengthening, guiding, equipping. 

And He doesn’t just give assignments to the smartest or strongest or healthiest. The Lord doesn’t have a plan for everyone but you or me, nor is His plan revoked if our circumstances change. 

No, Friend, whether you are uneducated, poor, young, elderly, ill, or disabled, you do have a lot to offer. I know because you are still here on earth.  

Don’t sell yourself short. God doesn’t, and He has plenty for you to do in serving others and bringing Him glory. 

Don’t let your “buts” get in the way of His blessings. Step out boldly in service to Him and in relationship with Him. 

Because God’s earthly plan for you only ends when your earthy life ends. Then you’ll never be tempted to utter “but” again.

“You did not choose Me, but I chose you. I appointed you that you should go out and produce fruit and that your fruit should remain, so that whatever you ask the Father in My name, He will give you.” John 15:16

Reflections: When are you most tempted to offer God excuses instead of obedience? How might your buts prevent you from receiving His blessings?

I’m thrilled to link up with Suzie Eller for #livefreeThursday and this week’s prompt, “when my ‘but’ gets in the way.” I love these special linkups. They provide an abundance of great inspiration and encouragement all in one place. Click on the image below to check them out.

        

 

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Posted in Calling, Christian walk, Daily Living, Ministry, Serving, Worth

Fight Fear With Truth and Take Captive the What-Ifs

Fear is a powerful foe that sneaks in on the coattails of what-ifs.

Late at night and my exhausted mind wouldn’t rest. It kept turning over a plethora of “what-ifs.” 

My oldest would be flying that night to Turkey for a three-week trip with his college. Up to that point, I had wholeheartedly supported this incredible opportunity, even insisting he go despite some financial concerns.

But this night, I had let my guard down and opened the door to an enemy of peace. As my mind replayed episodes of what-if, anxiety and fear mounted.

What if the plane crashed?

What if the country erupted in anarchy while Daniel was there?

What if he became sick?

What if terrorist activity dramatically increased in Turkey in the coming weeks? 

I no sooner shoved one what-if down when another would surface. At times, panic threatened to overwhelm me.

I knew I was being silly. My fear had no basis. This life holds risks, here at home as well as abroad. We are all aware of that.

Furthermore, I knew the college staff leading the trip had taken all the necessary precautions and were qualified to lead this trip. They’d taken hundreds of students to Turkey over many years. 

And I was truly excited for Daniel.

Yet when I began to ask what-if questions, rationale, as well as faith, got shoved aside. I began to fear what I had previously accepted, even welcomed. 

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Faith In What? 

As I entertained what-if scenarios around Daniel’s trip, a question danced at the edge of my thoughts: Would my faith be strong enough to handle the loss of this precious son? 

The answer is it depends on where I place that faith.

So maybe a better question to ask when fear threatens is, am I placing my faith in solid rock or shifting sand?

 “Therefore, everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them will be like a sensible man who built his house on the rock. 25 The rain fell, the rivers rose, and the winds blew and pounded that house. Yet it didn’t collapse, because its foundation was on the rock. 26 But everyone who hears these words of Mine and doesn’t act on them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. 27 The rain fell, the rivers rose, the winds blew and pounded that house, and it collapsed. And its collapse was great!” Matthew 7:24-27

Is my faith placed in the plane’s ability to safely carrying my son across the ocean?

Is my faith placed in the adults and guides who organized and are leading the trip?

Is my faith placed in Turkey’s government to keep terrorists at bay? 

Or is my faith placed in the one thing that will never fail: the Lord God? 

As Kara Tippetts battled cancer, she learned to place her faith in the one solid anchor. She didn’t place her faith  in the doctor’s abilities to heal her or her husband’s strength to cope. Her faith securely rested in the promises of the Sustainer.

Nearing the end of her life, Kara assured her husband and young children that God’s grace would be sufficient for them at the time of her Home-going. She didn’t pretend to know what that grace would look like or how it would play out, but she trusted God’s promises. 

God promised. He is faithful. His grace is and will be sufficient for all things we face.

It’s not enough to believe it true for Kara and her family. We need to believe it to be true for our own reality. 

Defeat Fear With Truth

As near-panic threatened to rob me of my night’s rest, I regrouped by telling myself the truth. 

  1. God loves Daniel even more than I do. (John 3:16)
  2. I have no reason to believe something bad will happen. However, if something did happen to Daniel, I would not be alone in handling it. God’s grace would sustain me. (2 Corinthians 12:9)
  3. The promises of God stand, no matter what earthly circumstances I face. His truth is truth, period. (Philippians 4:19)
  4. His ways are higher than mine. I don’t need to understand them, just trust that He is in control. (Isaiah 55:8)

After I filled my mind with Truth, it didn’t take long for the what-ifs to slip away and my heartbeat to return to normal. I went to bed with a renewed measure of peace. 

Do You Believe God’s Truths for Your Reality?

The truth is you and I will never be strong enough to handle the brokenness of this world or Satan’s temptations. Nothing of this world is enough to ensure a comfortable life. 

Ugliness will be displayed. Painful things will happen. The unthinkable may become reality. 

And there is nothing temporal that can offer peace when turmoil swirls, contentment when fear rears its head, or joy when our hearts ache. 

But in Christ we have hope in all things. As a children of God, adopted into His Kingdom, we have His promise of grace, His strength that will sustain us through the most horrific circumstances. 

But do I believe it for my reality? Do you? 

Are you struggling with fear? Click here to delve deeper into God’s truths for your life. 

“Since we have a great high priest over the house of God, 22 let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodies washed in pure water. 23 Let us hold on to the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful.” Hebrews 10:21-23

Reflections: Do you struggle with fear? When wondering if your faith is/will be strong enough if “this or that,” consider asking instead if you’ve placed your faith in the only Firm Foundation?

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I’m excited to continue recording blessings this year. Since beginning over 3 years ago, I’ve counted more than 3,500 gifts in Ann Voskamp’s Joy Dare! What a blessing! So here we go in 2015: #3891–3911, read my entire list by clicking here.

  • Having a fifth one (Zachary) around the dinner table again; Mother’s Day gift of bulk tea arrived from Daniel–love it!; Daniel’s 3-week adventure begins–so excited for him!
  • Incredibly blue sky; Finding fresh peppermint; My first sighting of our resident eaglet
  • Nicest cell phone customer service agent–made the call almost enjoyable; First Skype call from Danny in Turkey–never mind that it was blurry, this mama’s heart sang; Walk with a friend tonight
  • *Made progress on technical website issues; *Connect 4 Launchers tournament–I came so close to beating the boys (well sort of); *Zachary off (but not too far) on his next adventure–his summer job
  • Rachel’s joy at having Zachary back for the weekend; Puddles to ride bikes through; Frog choruses filling the air
  • Lovely slow start to this Saturday; Celebrating my nephew’s college graduation; Car rides–they invite conversations not likely to happen otherwise
  • *Potluck breakfast at church–meals don’t get much better; *Powerful sermon by guest pastor Kenety Gee about our internal baggage; *Successful afternoon of morel hunting with Zach before he headed to work for the week

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Posted in Faith, Fear, Reflect Christ, trust

What If Challenging Circumstances Are Not Interruptions But Plans?

We expend great effort to prevent or reduce suffering and hardship for ourselves and others we care about. 

We like things easy and comfortable, and preferably, pain free. 

But what if those challenging circumstances are part of the plan for our lives, not interruptions to that plan? And what if we truly believe that? What would that mean for how we live?

Not under my control but God's.

God’s Fingerprints

Before I knew how intimately the Lord was connected and involved in my daily life, I felt obligated/entitled to make life about me. 

I strove to make it work and work the way I thought it should. And when it didn’t, negative emotions swirled.

Eventually I realized God isn’t only concerned about my eternal salvation upon exiting this earth. He has His fingerprints on the events of my days spent here as well.

That realization dramatically shifted my focus.

What if life wasn’t supposed to be easy?

What if I wasn’t supposed to be in control? What if the current hard thing was the plan?

What if I lived like I truly believed God when He said His grace was sufficient and He had only good plans for me?

What if it’s not all about me and what I can do, but really all about God and what He wants to do through me?

In my biblical understanding, God is intimately involved in each of our lives. Therefore, everything we face each day has either come by, or been filtered through, His hands.

In His sovereignty, He could prevent the pain, the sorrow, the hard. But He often chooses not to. That means none of it is accidental.

Our circumstances may be unpleasant,

or difficult,

or even downright impossible in our own strength, but they are never under God’s radar.

Shaped

Scripture tells us that the messiness of life—complicated decisions, difficult relationships, health concerns—it’s all being used to shape us into a closer image of Christ.

“Dear brothers and sisters, when troubles of any kind come your way, consider it an opportunity for great joy. For you know that when your faith is tested, your endurance has a chance to grow.” James 1:2-3

We are to shine His light, to reflect Him. But to do that, we need to grow more like Him, to emulate Him.

Life’s challenges help to accomplish that. They press us nearer to God, helping us see His character more clearly, and, in turn, take on more of His character traits.

Left to guide my own steps, I’d steer far clear of the pressure cookers and refiners. Since life would be about me, there would be little if any character growth.

His Plan

God created us with emotions, insight, knowledge, and the ability to plan and think. That makes it incredibly difficult for us to yield to another, especially when such yielding means a plan different from our own (and one we don’t particularly like).

Pain/hard circumstances are never what we want, but then life is not really about us, is it?

The plan for our lives is about the Creator, not so much about the created.

When we let Him have control of our lives—as Creator, Author, Redeemer, and Guide—we find the meaning and freedom we’ve been longing for.

“A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord determines his steps.” Proverbs 16:9

Reflections: If where you are in life is what God has for you at this time, how does that change how you live?

I’m thrilled to link up with Suzie Eller for #livefreeThursday and this week’s prompt, “out of my control.” I love these special linkups. They provide an abundance of great inspiration and encouragement all in one place. Click on the images below to check them out.

        

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Posted in Abundance, Christian walk, Daily Living, surrender

It May Be Time To Shift Your Focus: 5 Questions To Ask

Where is your focus?

It’s a struggle I’ve had since my early years.

He makes a mistake. I wonder what I didn’t do.

She misbehaves. I question what I should have done.

Our family struggles. I wonder what I missed doing.

I expect to make it all better and become frustrated when I can’t. 

See the pattern? Me, me, me.

Me Focus

My focus is on me, and what I can do, will do, have done.

And when that’s my focus, I’m doomed. Because I can’t do it. I can’t ever do or be enough. But that’s where faith and hope enter:

I can’t, but God can.

I’m not sure what to do next, but God is.

I fall, but God picks me up.

I am weak, but God is strong.

I have nothing to offer, but God has everything. 

God Focus

God can and does do great things everyday through me and you. We just may not see them as great.

He grows little boys into men of integrity; little girls into compassionate women. 

He takes little acts of kindness and compounds them to have significant impact. He uses piles of laundry, scraped knees, and hurt feelings to mold broken vases into usable vessels. 

He reaches through our fear, restlessness, and pain and brings restoration and meaning. Through our messy lives, the Lord creates lasting testimonies, such as faithfulness, mercy, and love.

All we have to do is our little part. The problem lies in thinking we can or should do it all on our own. 

Is It Time To Refocus?

When in our eyes we become bigger and God shrinks, it’s time to shift focus from self to God. (It’s an ongoing process.)

Ask yourself

  1. Am I overly agitated or despondent about how the day is rolling out?
  2. Am I thinking through and researching decisions before going to God with them?
  3. Am I burdened to solve mine and everyone else’s problems? 
  4. Am I overwhelmed?
  5. Am I skipping daily time with God to do things for Him? 

If you answer yes to all or most of the above questions, you need to refocus. Seek the help of the Holy Spirit in shifting your eyes off you and onto the One who has the master plan.  

After all, most of our lives are pretty pitiful when looked at from a focus of what we’ve done or can do. But what a magnificent testimony when looked at from the perspective of the Lord’s accomplishments!

“He replied, ‘What is impossible with men is possible with God.’” Luke 18:27

Reflections: Based on your answers to the above questions, do you need to shift your focus? What little part is the Lord asking you to do?

I’m excited to continue recording blessings this year. Since beginning over 3 years ago, I’ve counted more than 3,500 gifts in Ann Voskamp’s Joy Dare! What a blessing! So here we go in 2015: #3870–3890, read my entire list by clicking here.

  • Joys of rain: Freshness of the morning-after a significant rain; Spring green hues pop after a rain; Falling asleep to the sound of a soaking rain
  • A nearby steep hill for some quick exercise; Learning a nifty shortcut to meal preparation; Spring nighttime sounds
  • Celebrating the colors and scents of Spring: Orioles are back!; Woodland carpet of yellow violets; My favorite-scented spring flower, lilacs, are just beginning to bloom 
  • Watching the storm roll in with Joey and Rach; Rachel’s priceless reaction to the storm, specifically the first drops of rain; My tulips opening
  • Arriving safely at Wheaton through a near-monsoon; Able to attend a concert that included Zach singing with the Men’s Glee Club–fabulous event of praising God vocally and instrumentally; Hospitality of friends willing to put me up for the night
  • Zach is home!; Joyous reunions; Fun, out-of-the-way eating establishment discoveries
  • Worship and then an afternoon of family and fun; Call from my oldest; Wildflowers and a special rock, handpicked for me by my hubby

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Julie

 

Posted in Christian walk, Daily Living, Perspective

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Hello, I'm Julie, an imperfect wife and mother of four. Life in this broken world is not always easy. Yet, joy can be found in each day through the grace and mercy of the Lord Jesus Christ.

I find it's easy for our day's BLESSINGS to get lost in its HAPPENINGS. But God's "mercies never end" (Lamentations 3:22) and His "grace is sufficient" (2 Corinthians 10:9).

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