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Trust and Do; Do and Trust (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Trust and Do; Do and Trust
December 11
Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed. (Psalm 37:3)

Trust and do are words which go well together, in the order in which the Holy Spirit has placed them. We should have faith, and that faith should work. Trust in God sets us upon holy doing: we trust God for good, and then we do good. We do not sit still because we trust, but we arouse ourselves and expect the Lord to work through us and by us. It is not ours to worry and do evil but to trust and do good. We neither trust without doing nor do without trusting.
Adversaries would root us out if they could; but by trusting and doing we dwell in the land. We will not go into Egypt, but we will remain in Immanuel’s land-the providence of God, the Canaan of covenant love. We are not so easily to be got rid of as the Lord’s enemies suppose. They cannot thrust us Out nor stamp us out: where God has given us a name and a place, there we abide.
But what about the supply of our necessities? The Lord has put a “verily” into this promise. As sure as God is true, His people shall be fed. It is theirs to trust and to do, and it is the Lord’s to do according to their trust. If not fed by ravens, or fed by an Obadiah, or fed by a widow, yet they shall be fed somehow. Away, ye fears!

From the Faith’s Checkbook Mobile Devotional Android app – http://www.LookingUpwardApps.com/fcb

 

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Know How to Wait (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Know How to Wait
November 29
He that believeth shall not make haste. (Isaiah 28:16)

He shall make haste to keep the Lord’s commandments; but he shall not make haste in any impatient or improper sense.
He shall not haste to run away, for he shall not be overcome with the fear which causes panic. When others are flying hither and thither as if their wits had failed them, the believer shall be quiet, calm, and deliberate, and so shall be able to act wisely in the hour of trial.
He shall not haste in his expectations, craving his good things at once and on the spot, but he will wait God’s time. Some are in a desperate hurry to have the bird in the hand, for they regard the Lord’s promise as a bird in the bush, not likely to be theirs. Believers know how to wait…
He shall not haste by plunging into wrong or questionable action. Unbelief must be doing something, and thus it works its own undoing; but faith makes no more haste than good speed, and thus it is not forced to go back sorrowfully by the way which it followed heedlessly.
How is it with me? Am I believing, and am I therefore keeping to the believer’s pace, which is walking with God? Peace, fluttering spirit! Oh, rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him! Heart, see that thou do this at once!

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Regulated Chastisement (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Regulated Chastisement
October 19
I will correct thee in measure. (Jeremiah 30:11)

To be left uncorrected would be a fatal sign: it would prove that the Lord had said, “He is given unto idols, let him alone.” God grant that such may never be our portion! Uninterrupted prosperity is a thing to cause fear and trembling. As many as God tenderly loves He rebukes and chastens: those for whom He has no esteem He allows to fatten themselves without fear, like bullocks for the slaughter. It is in love that our heavenly Father uses the rod upon His children.
Yet see, the correction is in measure”: He gives us love without measure but chastisement “in measure.” As under the old law no Israelite could receive more than the “forty stripes save one,” which ensured careful counting and limited suffering; so is it with each afflicted member of the household of faith-every stroke is counted. It is the measure of wisdom, the measure of sympathy, the measure of love, by which our chastisement is regulated. Far be it from us to rebel against appointments so divine. Lord, if Thou standest by to measure the bitter drops into my cup, it is for me cheerfully to take that cup from Thy hand and drink according to Thy directions, saying, “Thy will be done.”

From the Faith’s Checkbook Mobile Devotional Android app – http://www.LookingUpwardApps.com/fcb

 

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At God’s Bidding (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
At God’s Bidding
October 5
And the remnant of Jacob shall be in the midst of many people as a dew from the Lord, as the showers upon the grass, that tarrieth not for man, nor waiteth for the sons of men. (Micah 5:7)

If this be true of the literal Israel, much more is it true of the spiritual Israel, the believing people of God. When saints are what they should be, they are an incalculable blessing to those among whom they are scattered.
They are as the dew; for in a quiet, unobtrusive manner they refresh those around them. Silently but effectually they minister to the life, growth, and joy of those who dwell with them. Coming fresh from heaven, glistening like diamonds in the sun, gracious men and women attend to the feeble and insignificant till each blade of grass has its own drop of dew. Little as individuals, they are, when united, all-sufficient for the purposes of love which the Lord fulfills through them. Dew drops accomplish the refreshing of broad acres. Lord, make us like the dew!
Godly people are as showers which come at God’s bidding without man’s leave and license. They work for God whether men desire it or not; they no more ask human permission than the rain does. Lord, make us thus boldly prompt and free in Thy service wherever our lot is cast.

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We Receive as We Give (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
We Receive as We Give
May 16
Blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. (Matthew 5:7)

It is not meet that the man who will not forgive should be forgiven, nor shall he who will not give to the poor have his own wants relieved. God will measure to us with our own bushels, and those who have been hard masters and hard creditors will find that the Lord will deal hardly with them. “He shall have judgment without mercy, that hath shewed no mercy.”
This day let us try to give and to forgive. Let us mind the two bears – bear and forbear. Let us be kind, gentle, and tender. Let us not put harsh constructions upon men’s conduct, nor drive hard bargains, nor pick foolish quarrels, nor be difficult to please. Surely we wish to be blessed, and we also want to obtain mercy: let us be merciful, that we may have mercy. Let us fulfill the condition, that we may earn the beatitude. Is it not a pleasant duty to be kind? Is there not much more sweetness in it than in being angry and ungenerous? Why, there is a blessedness in the thing itself! Moreover, the obtaining of mercy is a rich reward. What but sovereign grace could suggest such a promise as this’. We are merciful to our fellow mortal in pence, and the Lord forgives us “all the debt.”

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Honor God (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Honor God
March 4
Them that honor me I will honor. (1 Samuel 2:30)

Do I make the honor of God the great object of my life and the rule of my conduct? If so, He will honor me. I may for a while receive no honor from man, but God will Himself put honor upon me in the most effectual manner. In the end it will be found the surest way to honor to be willing to be put to shame for conscience’ sake.
Eli had not honored the Lord by ruling his household well, and his sons had not honored the Lord by behavior worthy of their sacred office, and therefore the Lord did not honor them but took the high priesthood out of their family and made young Samuel to be ruler in the land instead of any of their tine. If I would have my family ennobled, I must honor the Lord in all things. God may allow the wicked to win worldly honors; but the dignity which He Himself gives, even glory, honor, and immortality, He reserves for those who by holy obedience take care to honor Him.
What can I do this day to honor the Lord? I will promote His glory by my spoken testimony and by my practical obedience, I will also honor Him with my substance and by offering to Him some special service. Let me sit down and think how I can honor Him, since He will honor me.

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Just a little Comfort for My Friends (especially Terry)

Last night I made a long awaited trip back to read some of my favorite blogs.  How I have missed having time to write myself.  I loved the Bible verses, devotions, stories, and yes even the political thoughts on so many of them.  I was also saddened by some who are struggling so hard right now.  I know their struggles are hard, because I have struggles to go through myself.  In praying over those blogs, and for those bloggers, I was struck with one single song that comforts my heart often when the Lord brings it to my heart and mind.  So I decided to leave the words to this song for my friend, Terry, and all the others who are finding their struggles too much to bear.  Please take heart, and know the Lord Jesus will see you through, just as he sees me through daily.  All you have to do is quit struggling on your own and surrender it all to him to take care of.  Here’s that song…

I Surrender All

All to Jesus I surrender

All to Him I daily give

I will ever love and trust Him

In His presence daily live.

I surrender all,

I surrender all,

All to thee, my blessed Savior

I surrender all.

All to Jesus, I surrender

Humbly at His feet I bow

Worldy pleasures all forsaken

Take me Jesus, take me now

I surrender all

I surrender all,

All to thee, my blessed Savior

I surrender all.

All to Jesus, I surrender

Make me Savior, wholly thine.

Let me feel thy Holy Spirit,

And truely know that Thou art mine.

I surrender all,

I surrender all,

All to Thee, my blessed Savior,

I surrender all.

All to Jesus, I surrender

Lord, I give myself to Thee.

Fill me with Thy love and power,

Let Thy blessings fall on me.
I surrender all,

I surrender all,

All to Thee, my Blessed Savior

I surrender all.

Remember, it is in surrendering it all to Jesus, that we allow Him full control to work for our good, and to help us through the toughest times and the hardest struggle.  I’ve included a link to a video of the song for you to listen to.

I Surrender All – Isreal Houghton

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-QYOTXajBs

 

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In Rememberance…9/11

I am a Christian, a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, first and foremost.  Next, I am an American, whose roots go back to the first settlement in America, Jamestown.  My forefather, Thomas Mayfield, came to this country, as an indentured servant, worked off his indenture, and settled on land, married, and raised a family who would become the first American citizens other than the American Indian tribes who lived here.  My family fought in the War for Independence, and every war since.  They were the backbone of this country, and the reason we are free.  I cherish the freedom we have because I know the sacrifice that was paid for that freedom.  I was raised in a military family, by a father who chose to serve this country for 35 years of his life, and I’m married to a man who chose to serve for 22 years, and was sent to the Persian Gulf that day.  My brothers, brother-in-laws, nephews, and my stepson have or are serving in the military.  I never questioned why they serve, because I knew it was so we could all live free, able to enjoy life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and all the rights given us in the U.S. Constitution.  When America was threatened they stepped up to pay the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe and free.  Maybe it is that willingness to protect the people and country they loved that made it easier for me to understand the sacrifice Jesus made for my life, to save me from my sins and give me freedom from the punishment for those sins.  I don’t take either of these sacrifices for me lightly, and I know if it fell upon me to fight for my children or grandchildren to keep them free, I would fight to the death!  

I open this way to let you know the heart of me, as an American, and as a Christian, so that you will understand what came out of the terrorists attacks on our country that took place on 9/11/2001.  I remember that day like it was yesterday.  Two of my daughters and I were living in Central California just a mile from the oldest of my younger brothers.  We had just moved into a small trailer, and had no television yet.  Our only way of getting news was my clock radio.  September 11th was a school day that year and in our area it had just started the week before.  My daughter, Laura, was in her first year of High School, and being at a new school it was important to make sure she was up and ready to go.  I can’t remember why, but the alarm didn’t go off on time as it usually did, and so around 8 the radio came on and woke me up.  It was staticy so I adjusted the tuner, and suddenly it sounded like a rebroadcasting of the “War of the Worlds”.  Still groggy with sleep, I went and got Laura up, then started to get dressed before I had to wake my baby girl, Jk, up.  We were listening to this unfolding attack, when I began to realize this wasn’t just a radio drama, but something that was really happening in our country.  I ran to the phone and called my oldest daughter, who lived down in Southern California by the beach.  Our conversation went just like this.

“Hello”

“Hey, Mel, do you have the television on?”

“Mom, do you know how early it is?”

“Yes, Mel, just turn on the news.”

(Mumbling as she goes to her television and turns on the news.

“Oh my ***! (a long pause)…Mom someone just flew planes into the World Trade Center in New York!  Mom, they are saying that they think a group called Al Queda may be responsible!  Mom, it’s horrible!”

At that moment, I broke down and cried.  I cried because our country was under attack.  I cried because of the fear for what my children, my family might be called to face in the future because of that attack.  I cried because the land I love had been desecrated by some terrorists group that wanted to strike a blow for their religious beliefs based on hatred for anyone who believed differently.  I cried, I listened to my oldest daughter, tell me what was being reported, and I listened as she said, “Mom, don’t worry, we come from strong military stock, and we will survive this.”  Just those words made me realize that our family history was ingrained in us, and passed down through our genes.  That the first patriots in our family had a special quality that was genetically ingrained into our souls.  We were fighters, German, Danish, Dutch, Irish, and Welsh fighters, given the same Spirit that our great-great-great-great-great Grandfather Thomas had that helped him overcome indentured servitude to settle in a new land, that same Spirit his sons carried to the Revolutionary Battlefield to fight for the freedom to become a new country, the same Spirit that would lead every male member of this family to stand for what was right and fight to keep America together and free.  That same Spirit that got my father through 3 wars, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War, despite receiving shrapnel to his knees and legs.  It is the same fighting Spirit, the Spirit to persevere and keep this country free, that lives in my brothers, brother-in-laws, my husband, my nephews, and my stepson, that causes them to stand up and fight to keep this country free from all tyranny, foreign and domestic.  I saw this same Spirit in my oldest daughter and I couldn’t have been prouder that day.  I knew from that moment on that what those Islamic terrorists had done would not defeat us, because once the grief and shock passed, this country and its citizens would rise up with righteous anger and show what they were made of.  We would rebuild, regather, and fight those who tried to destroy us on that day.  That is the mantle of a true American citizen.  We are a strong lot who have overcome the oppression in other countries to form a new country based on freedom, the freedom that God gives us, freedoms that were stolen from us in other countries, and freedoms that we hold dear.  Even in this time when we face domestic tyranny, we still hold our freedom in a cherished position and that love of freedom, and our love for God will make us victorious over it.  We are Americans!

That day we were hit by 4 tragedies, 2 planes in New York, 1 plane at the Pentagon, and 1 plane that went down in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.  It was a horrific blow to our hearts and to our country, but out of the ashes of that tragedy we rose like a Pheonix, stronger, and we will hold on to the strength that came out of that tragedy as each year we remember 9/11.

Today there will be many tributes to the heroes of 9/11, and we should remember them all, but for me the story of 9/11 has many parts to it that we need to remember more.

First, we should remember that there is always a chance that we will be under attack again.  The world is filled with evil people, jealous people, insane people, who want to destroy us.

Second, Our enemies not only lie out there in other countries, like Iran, but from the looks of our politics, we have enemies in our country as well, and some of them are in our highest offices.  Those are the ones we need to deal with the most!  I lived over a half a century, and never in my life has there been a greater act of fraud and treason as I see in our government today.

Third, We are not a salad bowl like many of the politically correct would have us believe.  We are a melting pot, a land where people from many countries come, and like a ring melted and molded into Americans, and our joint cultures are like the jewels that bless that ring.  We are not African-Americans, Asian-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, or European-Americans.  We are AMERICANS, plain and simple!  When we separate ourselves by race we are like metal that is bent and stressed, and will soon break.  But when we join together as one, we remain strong, firm, and free.

There are terrorists out their who want to tear us apart, some are Islamic, some are Communist, some are from the inside like those who hate our Constitution, love ruling in tyranny, or want their religion to be pushed into our court system, or their lack of religion and belief in God to be what controls everything.  We have faced such entities before and we have overcome, and if we stay united we will have victory again!  We are One Nation Under God, and we need to always remember that.  We are not over God, and those who think they are will perish one day when they face the one true God with their pride and evil.  We are under God, being watched over by Him, led by Him, and helped by Him.  As long as we remember His Greatness, and that we need to listen to the One who sees all, knows all, and loves all, we will find victory through Him.  But when we turn from Him as our Democratic National Convention did this last week, we will see destruction.  We don’t have to see another 9/11, another World War in our time if we do one thing first, and that is said in the following passage of Scripture…

If my people, which are called by my name, shall HUMBLE THEMSELVES, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

  II Chronicles 7:14

Once we seek forgiveness from the Almighty God, stop sinning and began following his statutes, God will heal this land.  He will restore us to greatness, and he will place leaders in this country to keep us on the right track who can restore our Constitution, our Economy, and our Strength.  God will give us peace.  He is the only one that can.  Unless this happens we will face even worse tragedies in the near future than 9/11.

I’m not saying this to scare people, because I know even in the greatest tragedies come many of the greatest triumphs.  For instance, in the wake of 9/11 many returned to Jesus Christ, acknowledging that his hand saved them from dieing that day.  On 9/11 the people of New York came together to clean up, rebuild and comfort the victims, as one people looking beyond their differences.  That week churches filled up, and offered comfort to those who were suffering fear and doubts.  As a country we became one in resolve.  There are may stories of those heroes who looked past their personal safety to help others live.  Some of those heroes lived, while others died saving others.  I may not know why some died and other lived, but what I’m sure of it the Lord God loved them all, and over 2,000 years ago he sent his one and only Son, Jesus Christ, to die for their sins, and when we believe, that sacrifice Jesus made gives us victory over death through eternal life with him.  I know that those who died on September 11, 2001, who were believers in Jesus Christ, are with him today and not suffering from the horrible things that happened that day.  God gave us a reminder of that, and of his constant presence to help us through such tragedies on that day when 2 steel beams from the Trade Towers remained upright in the shape of a cross.  It was not the government who gave us strength that day and who has carried us through since then.  It is God, and God alone who deserves the praise for helping us through this tragic time, and who carries us through even today as we remember that day.

To all those who suffered loss on 9/11, and to all the heroes, including our military men and women who still fight to bring all those involved in it happening to justice, I pray God’s warmest blessings on you, and remind you to hold on to his unfailing hand.  He will comfort you, love you, and protect you as long as you do.  Please be ever vigilant in Him!

     
The Cross Memorial from the 2 steel beams that remained upright in this form after 9/11.
 

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Needs to Open Our Mouths (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Needs to Open Our Mouths
September 30
Open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it. (Psalm 81:10)

What an encouragement to pray! Our human notions would lead us to ask small things because our deservings are so small; but the Lord would have us request great blessings. Prayer should be as simple a matter as the opening of the mouth; it should be a natural, unconstrained utterance. When a man is earnest he opens his mouth wide, and our text urges us to be fervent in our supplications.
Yet it also means that we may make bold with God and ask many and large blessings at His hands, Read the whole verse, and see the argument: “I am Jehovah, thy God, which brought thee out of the land of Egypt: open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it.” Because the Lord has given us so much He invites us to ask for more, yea, to expect more.
See how the little birds in their nests seem to be all mouth when the mother comes to feed them. Let it be the same with us. Let us take in grace at every door. Let us drink it in as a sponge sucks up the water in which it lies. God is ready to fill us if we are only ready to be filled. Let our needs make us open our mouths; let our faintness cause us to open our mouths and pant; yea, let our alarm make us open our mouths with a child’s cry. The opened mouth shall be filled by the Lord Himself. So be it unto us, O Lord, this day.

From the Faith’s Checkbook Mobile Devotional Android app – http://www.LookingUpwardApps.com/fcb

 
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Posted by on September 11, 2012 in Christianity, Church, Devotionals

 

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Let Trials Bless (Spurgeon’s Faith’s Checkbook)

From Charles Spurgeon’s “Faith’s Checkbook”
Let Trials Bless
September 21
Knowing that tribulation worketh patience. (Romans 5:3)

This is a promise in essence if not in form. We have need of patience, and here we see the way of getting it. It is only by enduring that we learn to endure, even as by swimming men learn to swim. You could not learn that art on dry land, nor learn patience without trouble. Is it not worth while to suffer tribulation for the sake of gaining that beautiful equanimity of mind which quietly acquiesces in all the will of God?
Yet our text sets forth a singular fact, which is not according to nature but is supernatural. Tribulation in and of itself worketh petulance, unbelief, and rebellion. It is only by the sacred alchemy of grace that it is made to work in us patience. We do not thresh the wheat to lay the dust: yet the Rail of tribulation does this upon God’s floor. We do not toss a man about in order to give him rest, and yet so the Lord dealeth with His children. Truly this is not the manner of man but greatly redounds to the glory of our all-wise God.
Oh, for grace to let my trials bless me! Why should I wish to stay their gracious operation? Lord, I ask Thee to remove my affliction, but I beseech Thee ten times more to remove my impatience. Precious Lord Jesus, with Thy cross engrave the image of Thy patience on my heart.

From the Faith’s Checkbook Mobile Devotional Android app – http://www.LookingUpwardApps.com/fcb

 

For Terry1954…He will help you through this.

 

 

I wasn’t going to add to these devotionals, but my friend Terry commented on this and I felt that it needed to have a thought added to it.  So here goes…

Being a mom, I know that there are many things that I have to be persistant in teaching my children.  When they say, “Mom, I want to ride a bike”, or “Mom, I want to swim”, without teaching them how it is rare that they will be able to do so without getting hurt in some way, or even drowning.  So I take the time to teach them until they are masterful at it.  Right now Jk is in the process of learning to skate on inline skates.  Now I’m the clumsiest person on earth, but my husband and his sister were amazing ice skaters and roller skaters.  His sister in fact, use to skate in ice skating shows.  But when it comes to the patience to teach Jk, I tend to have more experience in that having been through it with 4 girls already.  When I’m having a good day I will go on their nightly dog walks so Jk can skate.  Her fear of getting hurt has been a problem holding her back, and Dad being the military guy he is responds with the “buck up and go with no fear”, which doesn’t do much but make her more nervous.  When I go, I walk beside her, letting her hold my hand when she first starts out, and then walking beside her until her confidence grows.  I don’t allow her to say “I can’t”, and I have told all my girls that those are the worse words you can use because you already set yourself up for defeat.  It doesn’t mean I don’t understand their struggle in doing things, in fact I know because I went through it myself as a child growing up.  I know though that they need to feel that I am right there by them through the struggle of learning, and that I will do my best to keep them free from harm.

That is how it is when we ask God for things like patience.  Just like our children have things that they need to be taught, there are things that we ask God for that can only come through the learning process, and patience is one of those.  There are only 2 things that God gives us that we need that don’t have to be learned and that is his mercy and his love, because those he gives freely to any who ask for them.  But there are many other things we ask for that just as any parent God has to teach us to have.  If we ask to learn to pray, we have to read the Bible and find out how Jesus taught us to pray and then to practice it by making it a daily thing.  If we need patience, then be sure that we will be given things to be patient through.  If we ask for wisdom, then we need to go to the book where God shared his wisdom for us…the Bible, and then we need to practice making decisions based on that wisdom.  Sure this is a time when Satan likes to attack us because he knows our resolve is easily challenged because we are humans and weak.  That is why it is important for us to remember that even in these times of testing, God is right beside us preparing to pick us up should we fall, and we need to hold onto his hand until we have made it through.  This is our confidence, our hope, and what will get us through those times when our patience is tried…that God is always there like our Heavenly Father to encourage us, hold us up, and see us through to Victory in Him.

 
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Posted by on September 1, 2012 in Christianity, Church, Devotionals

 

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