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17, For we are not like so many, who peddle the word of God for profit; but we are speaking in Christ before God as persons of sincerity, as persons sent from God. 2 Corinthians 2


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GOOD QUESTION, TO "BE" OR NOT TO "BE"! Sep 11, 2017

Thoughts for today(September 11)   “Want To Be Perfect?”   Jesus answered, "If you want to be perfect, then go and sell all the things you own. Give the money to the poor people. If you do this, you will have a rich treasure in heaven. Then come and follow me!" But when the man heard this, he was very sad. The man was very rich {and wanted to keep his money}. So he left Jesus. — Matthew 19:21-22 (ERV) Key Thought: It's the "because" word that is most important here. Jesus moved past commands to the heart issue for the young man—he had great wealth and it was what separated him from total loyalty to God. To follow Jesus meant to leave everything behind for the work of the Kingdom, and the young man could not leave this behind. It is easy for us to be trivial with Jesus' demand. We can say, "Wealth was his God, or having many possessions was his problem, but that Jesus doesn't demand we all sell everything we have." This is both correct and dangerous. It is correct in that the observation is true. It is dangerous, because the same barrier holds many of us back from Jesus. Many of us are affluent by world standards, but middle class by our affluent cultures standards. Let's not remove the demand of Jesus too quickly from our hearts. Let's let it linger long enough to see if we would react differently than the young man. Let's be honest about the grip that possessions, wealth, convenience, and power have on us. There was no joy for the rich young man in his decision to keep what he had acquired. There was only sadness: sadness that he had found the Kingdom, but wouldn't pay the price, and sadness that he rejected the Kingdom to keep what he valued most. The real question for me is what do I value most? Do we choose to hold on to it or to follow Jesus? Today's Prayer: Holy God, I let so many things distract me from an undiluted devotion to you. I don't want to live that way. I want every breath I breathe to be spent serving and honoring you for your incredible sacrifice of Jesus to buy my salvation and to give me your grace. Please forgive my failures, sins, inconsistencies, mistakes, and lapses in passion. Please help empower me to live more fully to your praise. In Jesus' name I pray. Amen.  




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