October 20, 2020 – A Broken Tooth HURTS!

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A Broken Tooth HURTS!

October 20, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:18-20 A man that beareth false witness against his neighbour is a maul, and a sword, and a sharp arrow. Confidence in an unfaithful man in time of trouble is like a broken tooth, and a foot out of joint. As he that taketh away a garment in cold weather, and as vinegar upon nitre, so is he that singeth songs to an heavy heart.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

     “Worthless!” Have you ever thought of how many ways someone might be told that he or she was worthless? You might say, “Good for nothing bum,” but how colorful is that.

     Solomon has a way with words. He says that a man who lies about his friends is like a weapon or sharp tool because his lies will wound a person deeply. He goes on to say that putting trust in such a person is like trying to eat with a broken tooth. OWWW! I don’t care how tough you are, that hurts just thinking about it. Not only is their pain, but misplaced trust is a worthless and agonizing effort. When you have broken tooth and the nerve is exposed, the last thing you want is something to eat. What about the pain of trying to walk on an ankle that is out of joint? OUCH! Have you ever twisted or worse yet, broken your ankle? Once while playing softball, I began to run from home plate to first. On my way, “POP…” I pulled a muscle in my ankle and down I went. I was in instant pain and remained that way for days. I was worthless to the team for the rest of the game.

    Worthless, also is a person who would take a garment from someone freezing in the cold. What kind of person would do something like that? He would be the same person who pours vinegar on nitre. Nitre was a kind of soda used for washing. It became neutralized and worthless once mixed with vinegar.

    Worthless is the person who sings for joy when others are miserable. I believe that Solomon gets the job done explaining about an unfaithful and untrustworthy man. Solomon paints a picture of someone who is worthless as a friend.  

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

  Solomon is describing an unsaved, uncaring person who is of no help to his young son’s life and would be worthless as a friend. However, there is no one who is worthless in the sight of God. He sent His Son Jesus to die for all humanity. This person may not be a good friend, yet every person has worth to God.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 20, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Luke 10 – 11    / Proverbs 25:18-20

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 63-66           /   2 Thess. 1-2

 

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Hebrews 2:12

October 19, 2020 – Too Much, Is Too Much

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Too Much, Is Too Much

October 19, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:14-17 Whoso boasteth himself of a false gift is like clouds and wind without rain. By long forbearing is a prince persuaded, and a soft tongue breaketh the bone. Hast thou found honey? eat so much as is sufficient for thee, lest thou be filled therewith, and vomit it. Withdraw thy foot from thy neighbour’s house; lest he be weary of thee, and so hate thee.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

  The end of our passage today implies an old phrase, “don’t overstay your welcome.” Even close friends need their space and time to themselves. Husbands and wives, the closest of friends, need time alone. They not only need time to themselves, but also time alone with God.

    Too much of anything is not always a good thing. “Hast thou found honey?” our text asks. Honey is a natural sweetener. A little bit tastes good, and it is also good for you. Too much however, will make you sick.

    We often become people of excess. When we find something or someone we really like, we want more of it or of them. We obsess over it. Items taken to excess become problems. They begin to consume our thoughts, our time, and our life. Any item that takes us away from God, no matter how good it may be, can easily become our idol. We begin to worship the gift more so than the giver of all good gifts.

    Items, for the most part are not in and of themselves evil. Items are just things, as they have no soul or conscience. Things can not cause us to leave God. Items are not the problem. A person obsessing over items becomes the problem. We have all heard what it says in 1 Tim 6:10; “the love of money is the root of all evil:” Money is not evil. It is the over obsession toward money which cause the problem. The entire verse says, “For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.” Why is this item then a problem? Because it causes many to err from their faith. Forsaking God for anything or anyone will always be the beginning of many sorrows.

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    “Everything in moderation.” That would be a great slogan for all Christians. That is, everything in moderation except for God and His Word. You just cannot get enough of Him.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 19, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Luke 8 – 9     /   Proverbs 25:14-17

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 59-62            /     1 Thess. 5

 

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

October 17 & 18, 2020 – Weekend Review

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Weekend Review

October 17 & 18, 2020


Proverbs 25:13

As the cold of snow in the time of harvest,
so is a faithful messenger
to them that send him:
for he refresheth the soul
of his masters. 

Work Week Devotions
Through the Book of Proverbs

      As you know by now, with WORK WEEK DEVOTIONS, we only publish our Devotional Thoughts on Monday – Friday. On Saturday we suggest you re-read the entire chapter we have been studying this past week, and if we will be going into the following chapter the next week, we encourage you to read that chapter as well.       

There are never Devotions on Sunday. 

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WEEK 41 – Day 6

     On Saturday, we suggest you re-read the Proverb we have written from this past week and the week to come.

Proverbs 24-25

WEEK 41 – Day 7

     Today we suggest you read and study whatever the Lord has laid on your Pastor’s heart. Whatever Scripture he uses for today’s messages were given to him by God for your specific needs.

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS

October 19, 2020   Luke 8   – Luke 9           Proverbs 25:14 – 17
October 20, 2020   Luke 10 – Luke 11         Proverbs 25:18 – 20
October 21, 2020   Luke 12 – Luke 14         Proverbs 25:21 – 24
October 22, 2020   Luke 15 – Luke 17         Proverbs 25:25 – 28
October 23, 2020   Luke 18 – Luke 20         Proverbs 26:1 – 5
October 24, 2020   Proverbs 25 – 26                       
October 25, 2020     No Passages Assigned  
 

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

October 19, 2020   Isa. 59-62                       1 Thess. 5
October 20, 2020   Isa. 63-66                       2 Thess. 1-2
October 21, 2020   Jer. 1-3                           2 Thess.3
October 22, 2020   Jer. 4-6                           1 Tim. 1
October 23, 2020   Jer. 7-9                           1 Tim. 2-3
October 24, 2020   Jer. 10-12                       1 Tim. 4
October 25, 2020     No Passages Assigned          

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

October 17, 2020     Isa. 53-58    /    1 Thess. 3-4
October 18, 2020     No Passages Assigned

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October 16, 2020 – Like A Mountain Stream

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Like A Mountain Stream

October 16, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:11-13 A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. As an earring of gold, and an ornament of fine gold, so is a wise reprover upon an obedient ear. As the cold of snow in the time of harvest, so is a faithful messenger to them that send him: for he refresheth the soul of his masters.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    Have you ever been near a cool mountain stream? The snow that has fallen on the mountaintop slowly melts in the heat of the noonday sun. The result is a flow of cold clear water that streams down to the valleys below. That water is as crystal clear as a pane of transparent glass. Not only is it clear, but it is also refreshingly cold. To someone who may be working hard at the base of the mountain on that day, this cool clear water is like a blessing from God for a hard day’s work. One would almost need to be careful so as not to drink too much of it and become bloated. Nevertheless, it just tastes so cool, so good, and so refreshing. 

    Our verses today tell of the same goodness. Just as the refreshing, invigorating and thirst-quenching cold water that comes from the snow on a mountaintop to the workers in the valley below, so refreshing is a messenger who brings faithful truth to comfort our very soul.

    The truth of God’s Word and His saving grace is, as the verses say, like apples of gold in a silver bowl, and fine jewels to the wearer. Like a cool, refreshing, drink of water on a hot day. The good news, or the Gospel as it is called, is so valuable and refreshing to the soul burdened down under the sin of today. Wouldn’t you like to be God’s faithful refreshing messenger of this good news today?

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    Not only can the message be a comfort, but also look at those verses again. They say the messenger refresheth the one who sent them. Oh, dear child of God, don’t you want to be that for the Lord today. To be refreshing to Him as we deliver His message. Like a cool glass of water to a dry and thirsty world, and an obedient child to our God.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 16, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Luke 6 – 7     /   Proverbs 25:11-13

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 49-52           /     1 Thess. 1-2

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Hebrews 2:12

October 15, 2020 – Think It Through

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Think It Through

October 15, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:8-10 Go not forth hastily to strive, lest thou know not what to do in the end thereof, when thy neighbour hath put thee to shame. Debate thy cause with thy neighbour himself; and discover not a secret to another: Lest he that heareth it put thee to shame, and thine infamy turn not away.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

     Passion, zeal, and enthusiasm are all good things to have, when they are kept under control and used in the right places. In our verses today, Solomon is warning his son of the problem of acting too quickly on a matter without thinking it through.

    Thinking it through does not mean discussing it with everyone who comes by. We often tend to alter, or exaggerate facts to make others like our point of view. We will also gravitate toward those who will agree with us. If the matter has to do with someone else, handling a matter between two believers should remain between two believers unless others are directly involved.

    Our wisdom must come from God. To make a better decision on handling a matter it is always best to take time to speak with God, allowing Him to direct your paths. Quite often God will handle the matter for you before you even have to say or do anything. Deciding to “Deal With A Problem,” as we may like to call it, without taking time to pray over it is like going into battle with no clear directive. You go with your mind made up as to what you want and what you feel is best for you. However, as believers we must ask first, what does God want? What might be God’s priorities in this situation or decision? How can God use you in what has happening?

    Passion, zeal, and enthusiasm are great. However, our passion and zeal must be to do the work of our Father, which is in Heaven. If this is our goal, God will be glorified, not horrified.


    
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    A few easy rules in conflict resolution are given here.

       (1) Sleep on it if at all possible. Do not be too hasty and rush to judgment.

     (2) Talk it out with the person alone. Not everything needs to be brought into a public arena.

     (3) Guard your testimony and that of the person you are dealing with. Remember, both testimonies are important in lifting up God. The world is watching us. 

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 15, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Luke 3 – 5    / Proverbs 25:8-10

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 45-48   /   Col. 4

 

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Hebrews 2:12

October 14, 2020 – Come Up, Put Down

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Come Up, Put Down

October 14, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:4-7 Take away the dross from the silver, and there shall come forth a vessel for the finer. Take away the wicked from before the king, and his throne shall be established in righteousness. Put not forth thyself in the presence of the king, and stand not in the place of great men: For better it is that it be said unto thee, Come up hither; than that thou shouldest be put lower in the presence of the prince whom thine eyes have seen.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

    Have you ever been embarrassed? If we were honest, we would all have to say we have been embarrassed about something at one time or another. What is the cause of embarrassment in the first place? Do we get embarrassed when we are alone and we sing a wrong note, or spill our coffee? Do we get embarrassed when we are by ourselves and we make a bad stroke in golf or trip over the edge of a rug? No, normally the emotion felt at those times would not be called embarrassment. If anything, we get angry with our self or frustrated, but not embarrassed. Why is that? It is because there is no one there by which to be embarrassed. 

    So, what then is it that causes us to get embarrassed? It must be we do not want people to think less of us, to find us incompetent, or goofy in some way. It is sort of a pride issue. We all take pride in being good at what we do. Embarrassment comes when we mess up at what may seem then to others to be a simple thing. Nevertheless, eventually we all mess up.

    One thing we do not have to mess up at is arrogant pride. That type of pride which says, “Hey look at me.” That boastful, bragging, self-elevating pride that drives people away. Nobody wants to be around a bragger for too long. Today’s passage says it’s better to have someone else recognize you and your abilities and say, “come up hither,” than to be embarrassed or  “put lower” in front of everyone else.

     
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    1 Peter 5:6,7 says, “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.” As Christians, we must let God be the one to exalt us in His own way and in His own time.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 14, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Luke 1 – 2     /   Proverbs 25:4-7

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 42-44           /     Col. 3

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

October 13, 2020 – I Will Tell You Later

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I Will Tell You Later

October 13, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 25:1-3 These are also proverbs of Solomon, which the men of Hezekiah king of Judah copied out. It is the glory of God to conceal a thing: but the honour of kings is to search out a matter. The heaven for height, and the earth for depth, and the heart of kings is unsearchable.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

     “Mommy, why does the dog bark?” “Daddy, why does the rain disappear the next day?” “Mommy, why is my hair brown?” “Daddy, why did the neighbor call you a weirdo?” Ok, so maybe you can answer the last one, but we don’t have all the answers.

    Sometimes children will bring us questions we are not at all prepared to answer. Occasionally it is not because we do not know the answer, but rather we are afraid they would not understand. The answer that we would give them might cause them to be more confused than if they were just left with the question. Have you ever had to say, “Ask me in a few years and I will tell you, but for now you have to trust I am right.”

     Sometimes God treats us in this same way. It is within His right, and by His wisdom that He does not tell us everything. For example, if people knew exactly when they would die, some would live a sin filled life like the world until that day, and then expect to get everything straightened out just before they died. The outcome would be people living like the devil and then wanting God to forgive that behavior at the end of life. Living that way not only robs that person of God’s love and blessings, but may also cause others watching you, who might have accepted Christ, to ignore God’s saving grace as well.

     God wants us to love Him and live for Him all of our days. Living like the devil will cause us to miss all the blessings that God has planned for us now in this life. So, in God’s wisdom He sometimes says, “Wait child, I’ll tell you later.”

    
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

     It is an honor for any leader, or parent, when they find the truth of God, and are able to give it to someone else. It is then that they experience the joy in serving God for them self. What a joy to hear someone say, “Thanks for sharing Jesus with me, you really made a difference.” When in reality it was God who made the difference in their life, we just shared Him.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 13, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Mark 14 – 16    / Proverbs 25:1-3

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 40-41   /   Col. 2

 

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

October 12, 2020 – By Their Fruit

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By Their Fruit

October 12, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 24:30-34 I went by the field of the slothful, and by the vineyard of the man void of understanding; And, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the face thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down. Then I saw, and considered it well: I looked upon it, and received instruction. Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep: So shall thy poverty come as one that travelleth; and thy want as an armed man.


OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

     “A penny saved is a penny earned.” “A stitch in time saves nine.” “Make hay while the sun shines.” What do all these statements have in common? They all instruct us to be diligent with our time and treasures. Using what God has given us to the absolute best of our ability.

    In today’s verses Solomon says he went by the field of the slothful and the vineyard of the man void of understanding. Simply put, he visited a place where the owner was either lazy, or an extremely poor manager of his time and treasures. What did he see? He saw a place that was not taken care of. It was a place broken down and falling to pieces because of lack of attention by the occupant. Does it say he saw the man, NO! Did he observe him being lazy, NO! So how does he know he is slothful and lacks understanding? He drew his conclusion based on the evidence of what this person’s life had produced.

    When we as Christians are not good stewards of what God has entrusted to us, the world not only looks at us in a negative way, but our poor stewardship also reflects on our God. The Bible, in identifying believers says, “Ye shall know them by their fruit.” The world thinks so too. They will not care what we say if it does not match how we live. 

    This can also be applied to our life in general. Our outward living should display an inward change. If the outside does not match the inside, then something is wrong.

    
THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    What do people see when they look at us? Is the life we live filled with the sinful weeds of the world? Are there unkempt walls of resistance to sin? Or do they see Jesus in us? What they see in us reflects on the image of our God. The bible says in Matthew 5:16 “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” 

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 12, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Mark 10 – 13    / Proverbs 24:30-34

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 37-39   /    Col. 1

 

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Living In His Word Ministries
       “Getting people into the Word of God…

                               … and the Word of God into people.”

Dr. Franklin J. Senters Th.D.
Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

October 10 & 11, 2020 – Weekend Review

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Weekend Review

October 10 & 11, 2020


Proverbs 24:27

Prepare thy work without,
and make it fit for thyself
in the field;
and afterwards build
thine house. 

Work Week Devotions
Through the Book of Proverbs

      As you know by now, with WORK WEEK DEVOTIONS, we only publish our Devotional Thoughts on Monday – Friday. On Saturday we suggest you re-read the entire chapter we have been studying this past week, and if we will be going into the following chapter the next week, we encourage you to read that chapter as well.       

There are never Devotions on Sunday. 

Thank you for joining us as we
journey together
Through Proverbs in 2020.

 

WEEK 40 – Day 6

     On Saturday, we suggest you re-read the Proverb we have written from this past week and the week to come.

Proverbs 24-25

WEEK 40 – Day 7

     Today we suggest you read and study whatever the Lord has laid on your Pastor’s heart. Whatever Scripture he uses for today’s messages were given to him by God for your specific needs.

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS

October 12, 2020     Mark 10 –   Mark 13       Proverbs 24:30 – 34
October 13, 2020     Mark 14 –   Mark 16       Proverbs 25:1 – 3
October 14, 2020     Luke 1     –   Luke 2         Proverbs 25:4 – 7
October 15, 2020     Luke 3     –   Luke 5         Proverbs 25:8 – 10
October 16, 2020     Luke 6     –   Luke 7         Proverbs 25:11 – 13
October 17, 2020     Proverbs 24 – 25                     
October 18, 2020     No Passages Assigned  
 

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

October 12, 2020      Isa. 37-39                      Col. 1
October 13, 2020      Isa. 40-41                      Col. 2
October 14, 2020      Isa. 42-44                      Col. 3
October 15, 2020      Isa. 45-48                      Col. 4
October 16, 2020      Isa. 49-52                      1 Thess. 1-2
October 17, 2020      Isa. 53-58                      1 Thess. 3-4
October 18, 2020     No Passages Assigned

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY

October 10, 2020     Isa. 32-36        Phil. 4
October 11, 2020     No Passages Assigned

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Hebrews 2:12

October 9, 2020 – Where Is Your Cart?

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Where Is Your Cart?

October 9, 2020


DAILY PROVERBS:

Proverbs 24:27-29 Prepare thy work without, and make it fit for thyself in the field; and afterwards build thine house. Be not a witness against thy neighbour without cause; and deceive not with thy lips. Say not, I will do so to him as he hath done to me: I will render to the man according to his work.

OUTLOOK ON THE IN BOOK:

  My dad had another way of saying what verse 27 says. He would say, “Don’t get your cart before your horse.” In other words, do things in order. I guess a horse could push a cart, but not too fast, not too far, and not very often. In life, we often want to get ahead of ourselves. Before we have taken the time to get ourselves well equipped for something, grounded with knowledge and truth, we run off half-prepared. We at times can still do it, just as a horse can push a cart, but it is harder than it was meant to be.

    This happens at times in churches with new Christians who want to help. Because churches need helpers, these young believers are often allowed to fill positions they are not really prepared for. This also occurs in business, when people dream today, but do not envision the hurdles of tomorrow. It happens in marriages as well. A man who is unstable in his morals, manners, money, and with his maker wants to lead a home. However, he has not prepared himself to stand on his own two feet before he takes on the responsibility of building a home.

    I am not trying to say we need to have all the answers to all of life’s questions before we do anything. If that were true, no one would be doing anything. However, we need to have the important issues of life covered. Such as…

• Who is the real leader in your life?
• Where do you go for direction, especially when things seem to get out of whack?
• How are decisions made?
• What, or who is the final authority?
• Or, when I make a mistake, where do I need to go to fix it?
• Then finally, if someone asked me these questions, can I show them where to find the
   answers in writing?


THE WORD WALKING IN ME:

    The answers to all the questions above are “God and His Word.” God is the final authority in everything. He has written the answers to life in the Bible. Now it is up to us to study to show ourselves approved unto Him.

GOD TALKING TO ME:  October 9, 2020

THROUGH THE BIBLE WITH DAILY PROVERBS
  Mark 7 – 9     /   Proverbs 24:27-29

THROUGH THE BIBLE OLD & NEW TESTAMENT DAILY
  Isa. 29-31           /     Phil. 3

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Founder and Executive Director
Hebrews 2:12

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