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wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, willing
to yield, full of mercy and good fruits, without a trace of
partiality or hypocrisy."
must allow the Word of God to overthrow our patterns of thought
TELLS CONGREGATION TO SAY “IFU” TO THEIR NEIGHBORS
EASTER SERVICE AD PULLED FOR MENTION OF JESUS
promoting an Easter church service was banned from local theaters
because of its mention of Jesus.
Bible Church in Aliso Viejo, Calif., created the 30-second ad to
air for three weeks on 45 movie screens across Orange County
starting April 1, paying more than $5,000, according to ABC.
commercial posed questions about what some conspiracy theorists
believed may have happened to Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago. Claims
like “the disciples stole the body” and “Jesus
didn’t actually die on the cross” were mentioned.
asked moviegoers “Did it really happen?” And ended
with “Why we actually believe in the resurrection.”
.... Read this in full at
GLOBE THEATRE TO READ KJV BIBLE OVER HOLY WEEK
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will mark the 400th anniversary
of the King James Bible with a cover-to-cover reading between Palm
Sunday and Easter Monday. Twenty actors will take part in the
reading, which is scheduled to take 69 hours over eight days. They
will recite all 1,189 chapters of the historic Bible in the
theater built as a replica of the place that saw many of
Shakespeare’s greatest plays.... Read this in full at
OF THE EVANGELISTS BY SIMON GREENLEAF (1783-1853)
one of the principle founders of the Harvard Law School,
originally set out to disprove the biblical testimony concerning
the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He was certain that a careful
examination of the internal witness of the Gospels would dispel
all the myths at the heart of Christianity. But this legal scholar
came to the conclusion that the witnesses were reliable, and that
the resurrection did in fact happen.... Read this in full at
AS AN EARTHQUAKE
William H. Willimon
there was a great earthquake; for an angel of the Lord, descending
from heaven, came and rolled back the stone and sat on it."
says that they got to the tomb on Easter morning, and it's empty.
Then, they go back home.
back home? Reminds you of the two disciples in Luke on the way to
Emmaus. "Some women told us that Jesus had been raised from
the dead, but we had already planned to have supper over in
Emmaus, so we couldn't change our reservations."
man is raised from the dead and you can't cancel lunch? How dumb
are these disciples? .... Read this in full at
I heard a message from theologian Gary Deddo that got me thinking.
Deddo challenges the tendency many of us have to be
dualists—imagining God and Satan as equal foes deadlocked in
mortal combat. To be certain, Deddo acknowledges, there is an
immeasurable amount of evil in our world. But compared with God's
love and power, all the evil in the universe doesn't cover the
head of a pin. Love wins. Satan doesn't stand a chance.
though we wrestle with the brokenness that plagues the world, and
ourselves, we do so not with grim resignation but with hopeful
defiance. We face both our addictions and afflictions not with a
faint, white-knuckled hope that someday we will be healed, but
rather with an assurance that we are living slowly but surely into
the healing already obtained on the Cross. There is still a
waiting. In some cases the healing may not come in fullness until
we are face-to-face with our Victor — but come it will.
Guaranteed.... Read this in full at
THOUGHTS ABOUT JESUS
the years some have asked me why, as an evangelical writer, I so
infrequently invoke the name of Jesus. My usual glib response is
that I prefer not to name-drop just because I'm on a first-name
basis with the Creator of the universe. But the truth is, I’ve
never felt that being an evangelical required me to stuff my
essays with scripture references or end my articles with an altar
call. I hope that my work is, like Flannery O’Connor’s
South, “Christ-haunted” and would consider my labor to
be a failure if his influence cannot be detected in my writing.
there is a time to talk about Jesus more directly. Since I think
about him constantly, I frequently have questions and concerns,
and, on rarer occasions, reverie-inducing contemplation about my
Redeemer. Admittedly, I rarely have fresh insights about Jesus
(those are best left to theologians and heretics) but I had six
thoughts that, however banal or obvious, might be worth
sharing.... Read this in full at
WE HATE SIN ENOUGH?
the depth of the evil of sin! If ever you will see how great and
horrid an evil sin is, measure it in your thoughts, either by the
infinite holiness and excellency of God, who is wrong'd by it; or
by the infinite sufferings of Christ, who died to satisfy for it;
and then you will have deeper apprehensions of the evil of sin.”
John Flavel (1628-1691), The Whole Works of the Reverend Mr.
John Flavel, v. I, Paisley: A. Weir and A. McLean, 1770, p. 199
CHURCH FINDS ORIGINAL KING JAMES BIBLE
little English village church has just made a remarkable
discovery. The ornate old Bible that had been sitting in plain
view on a table near the last row of pews for longer than anyone
could remember is an original King James Bible - one of perhaps
200 surviving 400-year-old original editions of arguably the most
important book ever printed in English.
fact, the Bible at St. Laurence Church in Hilmarton, England, was
sitting right under a hand-lettered sign saying it was an
original. The sign said it had been found in "the parish
chest" in 1857, that the cover had been added, and that it
was the second of the two impressions published in 1611 - the year
of first publication.... Read this in full at
who have read biographies of John Newton will see there a vivid
portrayal of a man who was a gentleman at home but who was vulgar
and abusive while away. Given only a measure of anonymity he
became a whole new man. We need accountability. Left to our own
devices, we will soon devise or succumb to all kinds of evil....
Read this in full at
as is the hand of Providence, its gifts are not so bestowed as to
seduce us into indolence, but to rouse us to exertion; and no one
expects to attain to the height of learning, or arts, or power, or
wealth, or military glory, without vigorous resolution, and
strenuous diligence, and steady perseverance. Yet we expect to be
Christians without labour, study or inquiry! This is the more
preposterous, because Christianity, being a revelation from God,
and not the invention of man, discovering to us new relations,
with their correspondent duties; containing also doctrines,
motives, and precepts, peculiar to itself; we cannot reasonably
expect to become proficients in it by the accidental [encounters]
of life, as one might learn insensibly the maxims of worldly
policy, or a scheme of mere morals.”
(1759-1833), A Practical View, Boston: Crocker & Brewster,
1829, p. 79-80
MEN TAKE THE LEAD
"feminized man" represents the perfect storm of
collaboration between radical feminism and a particularly sappy
and sentimental Christianity that dominates many of our
evangelical churches. What do feminists and evangelicals have in
common? Both factions increasingly re-classify typically masculine
characteristics (say, aggression or adventurousness) as vices and
typically feminine characteristics (such as emotionalism or an
emphasis on relationships) as virtues.
result is a strange form of "female emotional porn" (my
wife's phrase), where the ideal man becomes—in many
essential ways—a woman: emotionally available, always eager
to talk, never afraid to shed a tear, and ready, willing, and able
to shoulder the household workload. I can't tell you how many
times I've been to Christian conferences or sat through sermons
where I've been told that "real men" should behave
exactly like that, that "real men" have the "courage"
to set aside their emotional distance, to approach their wife
emotionally and say "no" to their careers.
told to be "Christlike" by pastors or Sunday School
teachers who imagine a feminized Christ, a Jesus always washing
feet (or giving foot-rubs) and never clearing out temples, a Jesus
of gentle words and not fierce anger, a Jesus always serving,
never leading.... Read this in full at
YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS A PLANK IN THEIR EYE
is born when we fixate on [someone's] weaknesses. If you want to
find [weaknesses], without a doubt you will. If you want to obsess
about them, they'll grow - but you won't!
provides a remedy that is stunning in its simplicity yet
foreboding in its difficulty. He tells us to take the plank out of
our own eye before we try to remove the speck from our neighbor's
eye [Matthew 7:3-5].
you're thinking "but my [neighbor] is the one who has the
plank," allow me to let you in on a secret: You're exactly
the type of person Jesus is talking to. You're the one he wanted
to challenge with these words. Jesus isn't helping us resolve
legal matters here; he's urging us to adopt humble spirits. He
wants us to cast off the contempt and learn the spiritual secret
the type of people Jesus loved in the days he walked on earth -
Judas (the betrayer); the woman at the well (a sexual libertine);
Zacchaeus (the conniving financial cheat); and many others like
them. In spite of the fact that Jesus was without sin and these
people were very much steeped in sin, Jesus still honored them. He
washed Judas's feet; he spent time talking respectfully to the
woman at the well; he went to Zacchaeus's house for dinner. Jesus,
the only perfect human being to live on this earth, moved toward
sinful people; he asks us to do the same.”
in Sacred Marriage
HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL ADOPTS RESOLUTION ON FREEDOM OF BELIEF THAT
DROPS "DEFAMATION OF RELIGION" CONCEPT
a major policy shift, the 47-member United Nations Human Rights
Council March 24 unanimously adopted a Resolution on Freedom of
Religion or Belief (full text) which omits any reference to the
concept of "defamation of religion" and instead focuses
on the individual's right to freedom of belief. Reuters and the
Washington Post both quote the US-based Human Rights First
campaign that called the resolution "a huge achievement
because...it focuses on the protection of individuals rather than
religions." For many years, the Organization of the Islamic
Conference had pressed to create a concept of "defamation of
religion" that has been widely criticized in the United
States and by a number of other Western countries. Muslim
countries set aside that 12-year campaign and joined in approving
the resolution.... Read this in full at
CONCERNED EVANGELICAL'S OPEN LETTER TO CHARLIE SHEEN
one of your 3 million Twitter followers, I’ve given you the
ability to speak into my life in 140 characters or less, so I
figure the least I can do is return the favor (with a few extra
characters). You’ve been on quite a ride: setting a new
Twitterlicious record for bagging the most followers in 24 hours,
reducing "Two and a Half Men" to reruns on Monday
nights, and displaying behavior that defies any sense of rational
behavior (even among warlocks).
Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour selling out in
just 18 minutes, Brooke Mueller dropping the restraining order,
and a big wet kiss from Jimmy Kimmel may make you feel like a
#winner, but as a well-meaning fan, I’m asking you to put
away the Tiger Blood T-shirts and pull back from the Hollywood
media blitz long enough to consider the following:.... Read this
in full at
EVANGELICALS FIND FAITH IN EMERGING CHURCH MOVEMENT
a generation ago, evangelical Protestants were flocking to
so-called megachurches with congregations that numbered in the
thousands. The worshippers were fundamentalists, including
evangelicals, who view the Christian Bible as the literal truth.
The churches were often led by a charismatic pastor who gave fiery
sermons against abortion or homosexuality.
a new generation of evangelical and other Christians is seeking a
more personal experience with a different political tone. They are
meeting in more intimate settings, like the corner cafe, and no
one is told what to believe.... Read this in full at
& TABLET APPS ARE CHANGING THE WAY CHRISTIANS STUDY THE BIBLE
Press reports on the surge among Christians to use mobile
applications in accessing the Bible, especially in a mobile
are Christian apps on every smartphone platform, but among the two
most popular platforms -- Android and iPhone's iOS -- there are
literally hundreds of Bible and Christian-themed apps, helping
believers with everything from Scripture memorization to lesson
preparation to Bible study to witnessing....
most popular Christian app, by far, is the YouVersion Bible app,
developed by a multiple-site-campus church known as
LifeChurch.tv.... Read this in full at
also “Christian Apps of the Month”
and churches are creating their own apps to further their
messages. For example, see the Billy Graham Evangelistic
Association mobile site (http://www.billygraham.org/bgea-app.asp)
and its “Steps2Peace” app
wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in
Christ Jesus our Lord.”
can be a form of tenaciousness, a refusal to quit because you’re
tired, hurt, humiliated or emotionally broken. Courage is the
ability to face what life throws in your path on a daily basis.”
BECOME INVOLVED WITH CHARITIES BECAUSE THEY SAW THEIR PARENTS
parents say and do when it comes to charitable giving and
volunteering makes a big difference in the charitable activities
of their children once those kids grow up, according to new
research findings. Parental behavior had tremendous influence –
more than religion, politics, race, household income, or any other
measured factors on the generosity of today’s Americans.
findings are from Heart of the Donor, an in-depth study
commissioned by Russ Reid Company of Pasadena, California, and
conducted by Grey Matter Research & Consulting of Phoenix,
data clearly shows that parental behavior has a very substantial
correlation with the eventual behavior of children once they are
grown,” said Ron Sellers, president of Grey Matter Research.
“While the research doesn’t show an absolute
one-to-one correlation, in real terms today’s volunteers are
125% more likely to have come from parents who encouraged their
children to volunteer, and 145% more likely to have come from
parents who frequently volunteered, than they are to have come
from parents who really never did those things.” .... Read
this in full at
DISCUSSES FAITH, FORGIVENESS ON 'THE VIEW'
filmmaker promoting a movie based on his family's tragedy
explained on national television March 25 how he not only could
believe in a God that would allow his parents to be murdered and
his family torn apart but years later come to forgive their
are intertwined I think," Brooks Douglass, producer and
co-writer of Heaven's Rain responded when asked the question on
ABC's The View.
the end of the day, I wouldn't be able to forgive except for my
faith and what I learned from my parents," he said. "On
the other hand, there's been many, many times that I felt anger
toward God, and not especially for what happened to us, but my mom
and dad were 43 and 36 and really had lived a very great life."
.... Read this in full at
JEFFERSON'S CUT-AND-PASTE BIBLE
November, in response to protest, the Smithsonian's National
Portrait Gallery removed a video installation depicting ants
crawling over a small crucifix. This coming November, the
Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will exhibit a
cut-and-paste Bible of a mere 86 pages. Were it the work of David
Wojnarowicz (the artist behind the crucifix video) or Andres
Serrano (of "Piss Christ" fame), this Bible would
doubtless stir up a hornet's nest. But in fact, it was created by
the election of 1800, Jefferson was denounced as a "howling
atheist" and "a confirmed infidel" known for
"vilifying the divine word, and preaching insurrection
against God." But the Virginian also revered Jesus as "the
first of human Sages" and was, according to one biographer,
"the most self-consciously theological of all American
presidents." .... Read this in full at
LESSONS FROM THE MARINE CORPS
United States Marine Corps is one the great leadership
organizations whose principles have become the envy not only of
other service branches but for business as well. Companies large
and small have spent enormous resources trying to successfully
emulate the Marines’ basic leadership principles and put
them into application. Leadership consultants are forever trying
to find new ways to spread the Marine Corps’ leadership
gospel to their clients. And even some of the top business schools
have jumped on the bandwagon by availing their students the
opportunity to experience this leadership—albeit in very
short two- and three-day “Marine Corps experience”
sessions. While in most cases the focus is on the rigorous
training that all Marines (both enlisted and officers) go through,
they are missing the boat in terms of what makes this training
experience unique. It’s not the rigor that makes the
training so successful; rather, it’s the personnel resources
that the Marines utilize that make the difference. Unlike other
organizations, the Marines pull their top performers from the
front lines to serve as instructors.... Read this in full at
CULTURE'S HISTORY WRITTEN IN THREAD
American researchers have conducted the first detailed study of
rarely seen sacred treasures belonging to the Armenian
Patriarchate of Istanbul.... Read this in full at
James Emery White
Francis Bacon once wrote, “Histories make men wise.”
Cicero would have agreed, writing, “To be ignorant of what
happened before you were born is to remain a child always.”
is it so important? Because understanding our day demands
understanding the day before. This means history. I know that
many people were forced to study history in high school under a
person singularly gifted to present the subject with numbing
dullness. As a result, many of us read the word “history,”
and instantly want to close the book and reach for the remote
history is not simply a cascade of names and dates, divorced from
meaning and relevance. It is the story of our world. Just as
learning about your family of origin helps put the pieces of a
larger puzzle together in terms of who you are now, so
understanding the flow of events and ideas from centuries past
brings clarity and insight to the present moment of our day.
There’s an old adage suggesting that the one who forgets
history is condemned to repeat it. Perhaps more to the point is
that the one who ignores history is condemned to be swept away by
its directive force.
as Mark Noll has written, when it comes to Christian interactions
with surrounding culture, “almost all such issues have been
faced before, at least in some form…[and] believers –
guided by Scripture, church authorities, sage employment of
worldly wisdom, and the inner prompting of the Spirit – have
often acted wisely and well on such cultural matters.” ....
Read this in full at
MARATHON BRINGS CITY TO LIFE FOR THOUSANDS OF RUNNERS
Nicole Jansezian for travelujah.com
we rounded the bend around the perimeter of Hebrew University
somewhere between kilometers 33 and 34, we came smack into a view
that panned east over the Judean desert with clear skies that
revealed a rolling landscape all the way to the mountains of
and pointing to the stunning vista, my newly found friend and
running partner, Anna Yevzelman, referred to the energy gels that
had gotten us to this point in a grueling, but breathtaking
was scenes like this, so frequently appearing along our route,
that renewed our vigor and determination as we took part in the
first ever Jerusalem Marathon on Friday, March 25, 2011.... Read
this in full at
BATTLES TO REGAIN 'PRICELESS' CHRISTIAN RELICS
could be the earliest Christian writing in existence, surviving
almost 2,000 years in a Jordanian cave. They could, just possibly,
change our understanding of how Jesus was crucified and
resurrected, and how Christianity was born.
group of 70 or so "books", each with between five and 15
lead leaves bound by lead rings, was apparently discovered in a
remote arid valley in northern Jordan somewhere between 2005 and
flash flood had exposed two niches inside the cave, one of them
marked with a menorah or candlestick, the ancient Jewish religious
symbol.... Read this in full at
GIANT, DAVID ROBINSON, SHARES ABOUT HIS CAREER, HIS FAITH, AND HIS
LIFE TODAY HELPING INNER CITY KIDS
Maurice Robinson (born August 6, 1965) is a retired American NBA
basketball player, who played center for the San Antonio Spurs for
his entire NBA career.
on his prior service as an officer in the United States Navy,
Robinson earned the nickname “The Admiral” and he and
teammate, power forward, Tim Duncan, were nicknamed “The
was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame along with Michael
Jordan, John Stockton, Jerry Sloan, and C. Vivian Stringer on
September 11, 2009.
Robinson was a member of the United States men's national
basketball team at the 1986 FIBA World Championship, the 1988
Summer Olympics, 1992 Summer Olympics, and the 1996 Summer
Olympics. He won the gold medal at all games except the 1988
Summer Olympics, where he won a bronze medal.
is 7 feet 1 inch tall and is widely considered to be one of the
greatest centers in the history of the NBA.
was able to catch up the Robinson recently after the NBA 2011
All-Star Game chapel service in Los Angeles, California, where he
talked about his career, his life today, and his faith in Jesus
Christ.... Read this in full at
AT LAST, THE VIOLIN PLAYED BY THE TITANIC BANDMASTER AS THE SHIP
missing violin played by the Titanic's bandleader as the liner
slowly sank could have been found. 99 years on.
was revealed in a story written by Mike Merritt, for Britain's
it, Merritt wrote, "Wallace Hartley and his seven fellow
musicians became an enduring part of the Titanic story -
heroically playing on until waist-deep in water as they
disappeared beneath the waves.
to some reports, Hartley's violin was found strapped to his chest
in its case when his body was recovered from the icy Atlantic. But
the precious gift from his fiancée Maria Robinson wasn't
there when the 33-year-old's body was repatriated to Britain for
it has been missing ever since, baffling historians and
tantalizing Titanic treasure-hunters as to its whereabouts....
Read this in full at
FUNERALS AND EULOGIES ARE GETTING A LITTLE MORE HONEST
amid tragedy, today's eulogy increasingly includes anecdotes that
point to the deceased's foibles and quirks, offering a nuanced
character sketch. "More often, people are saying, ‘Let's
be realistic about this person,’" says funeral director
Hari P. Close.
as more weddings are officiated by friends and relatives, mourners
increasingly are turning to friends and family to speak at
funerals. People are also less likely than ever to have personal
relationships with members of the clergy.... Read this in full at
friends -- a surgeon, an engineer, and a politician -- were
discussing which profession was the oldest.
surgeon said: "Eve was created from Adam's rib - a surgical
procedure. My profession must be the oldest!"
engineer replied: "Before Adam and Eve, order was created out
of chaos. That was an engineering job! My profession is the
the politician said, "Yes, but who do you suppose created the
Christians estimate difficulties in the light of their own
resources, and thus attempt little and often fail in the little
they attempt. All God’s giants have been weak men who did
great things for God because they reckoned on His power and
presence being with them.”
James Hudson Taylor
is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the
test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has
promised to those who love him."
WEEK'S HYMN: O DEAREST JESUS
Johann Heerman, 1630; translated from German to English by
Catherine Winkworth, 1863
Johann Crüger, 1640
dearest Jesus, what law hast Thou broken
such sharp sentence should on Thee be spoken?
what great crime hast Thou to make confession—
crown Thy head with thorns, they smite, they scourge Thee;
cruel mockings to the cross they urge Thee;
give Thee gall to drink, they still decry Thee;
come these sorrows, whence this mortal anguish?
is my sins for which Thou, Lord, must languish;
all the wrath, the woe, Thou dost inherit,
I do merit.
punishment so strange is suffered yonder!
Shepherd dies for sheep that loved to wander;
Master pays the debt His servants owe Him,
would not know Him.
sinless Son of God must die in sadness;
sinful child of man may live in gladness;
forfeited his life and is acquitted—
was no spot in me by sin untainted;
with sin’s poison, all my heart had fainted;
heavy guilt to hell had well-nigh brought me,
woe it wrought me.
wondrous love, whose depth no heart hath sounded,
brought Thee here, by foes and thieves surrounded!
worldly pleasures, heedless, I was trying
Thou wert dying.
mighty King, no time can dim Thy glory!
shall I spread abroad Thy wondrous story?
shall I find some worthy gifts to proffer?
dare I offer?
vainly doth our human wisdom ponder—
woes, Thy mercy, still transcend our wonder.
how should I do aught that could delight Thee!
I requite Thee?
unrequited, Lord, I would not leave Thee;
will renounce whate’er doth vex or grieve Thee
quench with thoughts of Thee and prayers most lowly
since my strength will nevermore suffice me
crucify desires that still entice me,
all good deeds, oh, let Thy Spirit win me
reign within me!
think upon Thy mercy without ceasing,
earth’s vain joys to me no more be pleasing;
do Thy will shall be my sole endeavor
of earthly good this life may grant me,
risk for Thee; no shame, no cross, shall daunt me;
shall not fear what man can do to harm me
death alarm me.
worthless is my sacrifice, I own it;
Lord, for love’s sake Thou wilt not disown it;
wilt accept my gift in Thy great meekness
shame my weakness.
when, dear Lord, before Thy throne in Heaven
me the crown of joy at last is given,
sweetest hymns Thy saints forever raise Thee,
too, shall praise Thee.
and Theology are inseparable. True Theology is the adoration
offered by the intellect. The intellect clarifies the moment of
prayer, but only prayer can give it the fervor of the Spirit.
Theology is light, prayer is fire.”
FOR PERSECUTED CHRISTIANS TODAY
the following list as your daily prayer guide. Think of a brother
or situation that applies and lift them up in prayer.
agreeing in prayer with you for God’s blessings to overtake
God and man
Be in God’s will
Raises or bonuses
Checks in the mail
Gifts & surprises
Bills decrease while blessings increase
all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if thou
shalt hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God" (Deut.
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