SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR APRIL 29th

NO FEAR OF DEATH!

 

Death is a time that is feared by those without the Saviour. Often in sermons given by preachers, I have heard illustrations of those who have rejected Christ and suffered a terrible death. Often these illustrations tell of those who, at the point of death, cry in fear. Death for the unbeliever is a fearful experience. CLICK ON THE LINK TO CONTINUE!

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR APRIL 28TH

Read Joshua 4:1-9

Christians say, “Count your blessings and name them one by one, and it will surprise you what the Lord has done.” We should not be surprised because we ought to be keeping a record of all God’s miracles as did the children of Israel. God wants us to remember what He has done for us. There are several places in the Bible where God instituted memorials:

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR APRIL 27th

THE WATCHMAN ON THE WALL! 

Read Ezekiel 33:1-9 & 3:17-21

Ezekiel had basically three purposes for writing: 1) To point out Israel’s sin, 2) To preserve them from idolatry, and 3) To provide encouragement in the faith through his prophecy. God refers to Ezekiel as a watchman, which means each pastor of a local church is a watchman, and, in a sense, all of us are watchmen: a husband over his family, a wife with the children, a teacher over the class, etc. CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE TO CONTINUE!

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR 4/26/12

ARE YOU A SLUGGARD? 

Matthew 9:37-38 Then saith he to his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the laborers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth laborers into his harvest.

As I have mentioned on several occasions, no one in my ministry, or in my work has ever accused me of being lazy or being a sluggard. I am not saying that at times I have not felt like being lazy, or being a lazy sluggard, nor that at times it is wrong to sit back and relax, because even the Lord Himself took a day of rest. CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO CONTINUE!

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR 4/25/12

Read 2 Timothy 1

I think it could be said without any hesitation that the Apostle Paul set a great example as an“encourager.” Of his prison epistles, 2 Timothy, chapter 1 stands out as a perfect example of his ministry of encouragement to others. This particular inspired treatise came from his death cell in the Mamertine prison. Though he was soon to be martyred for the cause of Christ, he did not occupy his final thoughts with “self,” but considered being an encouragement to others of greatest importance. He sought to encourage his son in the faith, Timothy, who was fearful and discouraged, and struggling to hold fast. Paul the “encourager” demonstrated the spirit and intent of Philippians 2:3-4.

SEE “MY DAILY WALK” FOR 4/24/12

CARRY OUT THE VISION! 

Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no vision, the people perish:

Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no vision, the people perish:

Recently, I spent a few moments talking to someone about this matter of having a vision, and I took a half hour or so after our conversation to meditate upon the verse. It did not take me long to see that the emphasis of the verse is the vision, but the consequence is that people perish – if we fail to have a vision, the outcome, the consequence, is always negative.