Monthly Archives: May 2012

John 15:16 – Picked Fruit

“….You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may give it to you….” – ESV / Commentary


Human Nature of Jesus (part 1/2) – Hebrews 2:5-10

In Hebrews 2:5-8 it is difficult to sift through how much of what is being said refers to man, and how much of it refers to Jesus . It may well be that the writer, under the inspiration of God, speaks of both, but each at a their own level, yet within the same words. Rather than stating these are being said of Christ, and those are being said of man, it would be easier to study it as though they were being said of both Christ and man. SO that’s what we’ll do! Scriptures for reference in ESV and NKJV form.

V.5-6 “For it was not to angels that God subjected the world to come…” – Looking at the human, 1 Corinthians 6:3 indicates that in the new heaven and the new earth men will judge angels. It is also stated that believers will reign with Christ . Now looking at Christ, this phrase refers to ‘the new world-order’ ushered in by the enthronement of Christ at the right hand of God. The ‘world-order’ over which He reigns from that place of exaltation, the ‘world of reality’ which replaces the previous world of shadows. It has been ushered in by Christ’s enthronement, although it has not yet been presented in its full glory. This ‘world to come’  is the kingdom of Christ. His church is not under the authority of angels, but under the authority of Jesus Christ. But not only is the church under the rule of Christ, but He is the Lord of Lords which every knee must bow, and which every tongue must acknowledge as Lord and Savior. This authority is on a far different level than the authority given to man. Man’s authority is a granted and established authority by God, and we are subject to the authority of Christ, given by grace, not merit. Christ’s authority is an authority by divine right.

Psalm 8 says ‘What is man that you are mindful of him, the son of man that you care for him?‘ – Looking at the human, in relation to man this question is conclusively understood. It reminds us of the insignificance of man and the sinfulness of man. What reason is there that God should give any essence or connotation to man? Why should he care about us so greatly? None at all, God doesn’t need to, but He loves us and wants to have that. Now looking at Christ, because of the reference to ‘the son of man‘, some teachers believe this question also relates to Jesus Christ, (also known as ‘the Son of Man‘). This question seems a strange one to put to God about his respect for His son, because the Christ is exalted in the presence of God, and by God. On the other hand, the Son of Man is also the one of whom it was said: ‘we considered him stricken by God, smitten by him and afflicted‘ in Isaiah. He is the servant who came to suffer and be rejected, giving his life as a ransom for many, and the one who cried, ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” as He hung from the cross in which he was crucified upon. The deep mystery of the answer to this question ‘what is man … the son of man … ?’ unfolds as we read on through this chapter of Hebrews 2.

V.7-8What is man, that you are mindful of him,or the son of man, that you care for him?You made him for a little while lower than the angels;you have crowned him with glory and honor,putting everything in subjection under his feet.” – Continuing on Psalm 8, in concordance with this section of Hebrews, it says, ‘You made him a little lower than the angels; you crowned him with glory and honor and put everything under his feet…‘.  – Looking at the human, and speaking of man, both David and the writer of the book of Hebrews remind us that God created man in his own image, and gave him dominion over all other created things (Genesis 1:28). The second part of verse 8 indicates that God established everything on earth to be under man’s dominion, even though we do not see everything subject to man at this present time. The phrase ‘you made him a little lower than the angels‘ in the Hebrew text of is most naturally translated ‘you made him but little lower than God‘. The Greet text reads ‘you made him, for a short time, a little lower than the angels.’ The intention is to draw our attention to the high role and nature of man in God’s world. We recall that God created man ‘in his own image‘ and ‘after his own likeness‘ and gave him dominion over everything in the world (Genesis 1:26). Now, looking at Christ, in reference to Jesus this sentence speaks firstly of the incarnation of Jesus Christ, in which he who was God became a man, walking around camouflaged, clothed in human flesh, and limited to time and space. The second half of the sentence speaks of his advance to the right hand of God which we have already looked at in verse 5.

But while everything is ‘under him‘ not everything is willingly subject to him. He is on the throne at the right hand of God the Father but not everyone submits to his authority. The day when that will happen is yet to come. This rebellion against Jesus Christ, this rejection of his authority, is part and parcel of the current world we live in. This began in Genesis 3 and will come to its end in God’s good time. In the meantime we live in an over-lap of the ages – which are (1) since the coming of Christ we live in ‘these last days’ and (2) we also live in ‘the age to come‘. We live in a state which is already the kingdom of Christ, but we do not yet the ultimate realization of that kingdom. We are even now in his kingdom though we pray for his kingdom to come (Scripture reference).

V.9-Jesus, crowned with glory and honor because of the suffering of death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone…” – Here the writer leaves aside his two levels of speaking, and speaks only of Jesus Christ, and the importance of his humanity. We do not see man playing out the role for which God created him, but we see Jesus… We do not see man basking the favor and acceptance of God, but we see Jesus… We see Jesus, the one who was made as a man, and a little lower than the angels, the one who put aside his visible eternal glory, and became one of us… this real human Jesus… we now see the honor that is due to him because of what he did as man. Here he tells the Hebrews that Jesus is ‘crowned with glory and honor because he suffered death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone.‘ Here the One True man, the man who lived as God ordained, so obeyed the will of God, so submitted to the authority of God, even to the point of dying to fulfill God’s plan of salvation for mankind. Because of that God has exalted Jesus Christ. Here is the reason, purpose, and result of Christ’s suffering in death;

1) God’s grace: God, in an act of incredible grace, sent his Son to die as a man, for man. We must never forget this reason for our salvation: God did not send Jesus to die for us because we deserved it; he did not send Jesus to die for us because he owed it to us. It is a totally gratuitous act. And it is totally an act and an initiative of God. God thought of it, God willed it, God desired it, God implemented it – totally apart from any thinking, willing, desiring, or action on our part. Our writer tells us that Jesus’ dying was ‘by the grace of God’. Because of God’s grace, Jesus does this incredible thing: he dies for us.

2) The purpose of this action of Christ is this: that he might taste death for everyone. Some limit the meaning of these words to mean that Christ needed to experience everything that we experience, so that he can understand us and our suffering. He did indeed do that, as we will see later. But such a limitation of the meaning of this phrase ignores the teaching of Jesus himself, and the apostles, on the significance of the death of Christ (click here).

Jesus ‘tastes’ death – not just in its physical aspect, but in its castigating and brutal aspect as the penalty for sin – as the ransom and intercession for ‘everyone‘ who accepts this gift.

3) The result of His actions is that those who receive him do not have to taste death, spiritual death or otherwise the eternal separation from God who is the source of life. This result is referred to in the next verse as ‘bringing many sons to glory‘ (click here)

V.10 – “For it was fitting that he, for whom and by whom all things exist, in bringing many sons to glory, should make the founder of their salvation perfect through suffering….” – What does all of this mean? It means that in ourselves, through our rebellion against God and our rejection of him, we have forfeited and rendered impossible our role as God’s image-bearers. As long as our back is towards God, as long as the sin-barrier is between us and God, we cannot see his glory, we cannot enjoy his glory, we cannot live in the presence of his glory (click here), and we cannot reflect his glory. When God reveals himself to us in his Son and when we, through God-given faith, receive Jesus Christ, in other words when God strips away our blindfold and we see the truth and glory of his Son (click here), and when he, at the moment of our believing, credits to us all the work of Christ on the cross, in which the sin-barrier falls and the chains are broken, then he brings us to glory. We see his glory, we rejoice in his glory, we can live in the presence of his glory, and we begin to reflect his glory. We begin again to fill and to enjoy that role for which we were initially created. ‘ God, for whom and through whom everything exists …’ The writer speaks of the Father, note the similar places in scripture where this description of the Father is used in comparison to the Son.”  It was fitting that God…” should make the author of their salvation perfect through suffering. Meaning it was the right and necessary thing to do in keeping with his righteous and perfect  justice. ‘the author of their salvation‘ . Now ‘Author’ in KJV = ‘captain’ and in ESV = founder. The Greek word is archegon (the chief leader, prince, a predecessor, or pioneer) which is made of ‘arche’ (beginning, authority, prince, first place) and ‘ago’ (I lead or go). Thus, Jesus Christ, a prince whom authority is given from the beginning, was and is the pioneer and chief leader who leads  us to our salvation.

‘He is the Savior who blazed the trail of salvation along which alone God’s ‘many sons‘ could be brought to glory. Man, created by God for His glory, was prevented by sin from attaining that glory until the Son of Man came and opened up by His death a new way by which man might reach the goal for which he was made. As His people’s representative and forerunner He has now entered into the presence of God to secure their entry there.’  – FF Bruce.

It was fitting that God should make the author of their, and our, salvation perfect through suffering. This does not mean that Jesus was not perfect until he was made ‘perfect through suffering’. We know that he was without sin, that there was no wrong with which the Jews could accuse him in His time. What he is saying is that in order to be the high priest for us, in order to stand in our place in the presence of God, in order to be a perfect representative and propitiation for us and our sins, it was justly right and proper for him to experience the sufferings that we all experience to be made perfect as our substitute.

‘In order to be a perfect high priest, a man must sympathize with those on whose behalf he acts, and he cannot sympathize with them unless he can enter into their experiences and share them for himself. Jesus did just this.  – FF Bruce.

Thanks for joining us today and we hope to see you back again soon! God Bless!

2 Timothy 2:1-3 – Faithful Soldiers

Let us remember what they fight for….
– For History of Memorial Day Click on Picture…

“You then, my child, be strengthened by the grace that is in Christ Jesus, and what you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men who will be able to teach others also. Share in suffering as a good soldier of Christ Jesus.” – ESV / Commentary

Hillsong United – Aftermath

“The skies lay low where You are
On the earth You rest Your feet
Yet the hands that cradle the stars
Are the hands that bled for me…
In a moment of glorious surrender
You were broken for all the world to see
Lifted out of the ashes
I am found in the aftermath…
Freedom found in Your scars
In Your grace my life redeemed
For You chose to take the sinner’s crown
As You placed Your crown on me…”

Love the description sung of coming to Christ when we initially accept Him in our hearts… Being lifted from the ashes, from the dust, being born again into something greater and saved from the ashes of death… Then later it’s described as being lifted out of the wreckage, the debris, the mess and chaos of our lives to something that contains greater peace, rest, and joy…
“..And in that moment You opened up the heavens; To the broken the beggar and the thief..” Just can’t get enough of this image of how desperate and broken our lives and spirits are and the need for our Savior Christ. Then the final statement of “…Knowing I’m found; In the LIGHT of the aftermath…” how amazing!
Tune in for the next study of A Beautiful Exchange as we continue studying the Sacrifices of Christ and their meaning!

Thank You and God Bless!

Hypocracy – What is it?

What is hypocrisy really? Has the original meaning and use of the term been depreciated? Why are people hypocrites? We will discuss and answer these three questions on hypocrisy by utilizing verses from Matthew 23, psychological studies done on the subject, multiple dictionaries, and is also freely to be discussed in posts as well. This is going to be a 3 day look into Hypocrisy and what it is and what it’s all about. Maybe we can change perspectives and open the eyes and soften the hearts of those who charge the term solely to Christians and the belief of Christianity.

What is Hypocrisy?

Hypocrisy defined in the Merriam Webster Dictionary is as such; (1) a feigning to be what one is not or to believe what one does not; especially : the false assumption of an appearance of virtue or religion. (2) an act or instance of hypocrisy. The origin of the term is stated as such; Middle English ypocrisie, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin hypocrisis, from Greek hypokrisis act of playing a part on the stage, hypocrisy, from hypokrinesthai to answer, act on the stage, from hypo- + krinein to decide.

Here is the Biblical definition of Hypocrisy; sourced from Matthew 23 and the Strong’s Concordance – Hebrew Greek Lexicon; coming from the Greek hypokritēs and is a masculine noun meaning (1) one who answers, or an interpreter. (2) an actor, stage player. (3) a dissembler, pretender, or hypocrite. This word was only used 20 times in the books of Matthew, Mark, and Luke only.

Hypocrisy is not simply failing to practice those virtues that one preaches, as Samuel Johnson made this point when he wrote about the misuse of the charge of “hypocrisy” in Rambler No. 14:

“…Nothing is more unjust, however common, than to charge with hypocrisy him that expresses zeal for those virtues which he neglects to practice; since he may be sincerely convinced of the advantages of conquering his passions, without having yet obtained the victory, as a man may be confident of the advantages of a voyage, or a journey, without having courage or industry to undertake it, and may honestly recommend to others, those attempts which he neglects himself

Basically what Samuel Johnson was attempting to explain was it’s unjust to accuse one of Hypocrisy if he/she express an eager desire for the virtues or ideals which he/she neglects to practice – or in other words live up to – because he/she does know the advantages of conquering this eager desire but just hasn’t obtained the victory or accomplishment of it. Then he gives an example of a man who is confident in the advantage of a voyage, or journey, but just doesn’t have, or learned, the courage or industry to undertake it, so he recommends it to others, to compensate what he has neglected to conquer in himself. This is also now unjustly termed being a Honest Hypocrite which will be explained below.

Hypocrisy Formula

Scientifically and Socially speaking there are two types of “Non-Hypocrites” which are as follows;

Tautological Rationalizers are not hypocrites because their beliefs and perceptions of reality conform to support their own desires and imperfections. They can not be hypocrites because their beliefs and perceptions of reality are rationalizations for their actions and are without objectivity. When a state of hypocrisy arises, tautological rationalizers conform their beliefs around their actions to eliminate contradiction, rather than conforming their actions around their beliefs.

Devoted Believers’ actions never contradict their beliefs. They are completely devoted to what they believe in. Their beliefs and perceptions of reality are not rationalizations for their own actions. Their beliefs and perceptions of reality are the result of either objective logic, blind faith, or a combination of the two. Regardless of the source of their beliefs, their beliefs and actions are without contradiction.

There are also four types of Hypocrites which are as follows;

Honest External hypocrites: Their stated beliefs contradict their actions. However, their stated beliefs are consistent with their actual internal beliefs. Therefore they are also honest internal hypocrites. They have strong convictions but do not always follow through.

Dishonest External hypocrites: Their stated beliefs contradict their actions and their stated beliefs are not consistent with their actual beliefs. They often have weak convictions, and it is possible for them to be non-hypocritical on an internal level.

Honest internal hypocrites: Their internal beliefs contradict their actions. Their internal beliefs remain constant despite their contradicting actions. They are honest with themselves, and strive not to conform their beliefs around their own desires, actions, or imperfections.

Dishonest internal hypocrites: stated beliefs are consistent with actions, but actual internal beliefs are not. They are often people pleasers with weak internal convictions. (all studies in this second section are courtesy of Lonnie L.)

Biblicaly there are seven reasons, or seven woes, to why Jesus called the Pharisees Hypocrites and what constituted them to be termed so, such is as follows;

Seeking the Approval of Men rather than God; (Matthew 23:5). Everything was done to attract the approval of others. The approval of God took a back seat. The Pharisees would dress distinctively in garb that would symbolize their righteousness. It was more important that they appeared righteous to others than whether they really were righteous or not. In today’s world they would be the ones to watch the opinion polls and then try to do and say those things which would gain them the most respect. They would turn true righteousness on its ear, ridicule those who seek to live by faith, and heap congratulations to one another for their wonderful “insight” and grandiosely good deeds.

They Blocked Entrance Into The Kingdom; (Matthew 23:13) By prescribing their own doctrines, traditions and creeds, the Pharisees were actually keeping others from truly accepting God’s rule in their own lives. They had composed their own standards of right and wrong. Much like today, where we are witnessing a casting off of New Testament moral, ethical, and doctrinal standards in favor of the standards of men and the new age culture. How seldom do men and women today appeal to the only sound standard of right and wrong, that their grandfather’s father’s implemented and passed down through their genealogy; which is the word of God.

They Convert People to the Wrong Teachings; (Matthew 23:15). A person’s enthusiasm and passion are not the only clues as to whether he is right with God or not. While we may be sure that a person who is neglectful and disinterested is not right in the sight of God, it is also true that there are people extremely dedicated to false systems, teachings, social, religious, ethical, and otherwise. It’s not that it is wrong to travel and teach. In fact, that is a right. But what is taught must be correct, not taken out of context, and not used to fuel selfish desire and sinful nature, lest we make the same mistakes the Pharisees did.

They Lie; (Matthew 23:16). The Pharisees had all sorts of tricks to make it appear that they were telling the truth when they in fact were not. They had determined that the gold in the temple was more important than the temple itself, so they would “swear by the temple” and lie, but they would not “swear by the gold of the temple” and lie, because the gold was more precious. Jesus then points out in verses 17-21 that it is always wrong to lie.

They Neglect Important Matters; (Matthew 23:23). The Pharisees were not much on having  justice, mercy, and faithfulness towards God or towards people of the faith. You would find them going through even their spice cabinets to be sure they gave one tenth of everything, as the Law had required a tenth to tithe, but then neglecting developing their own hearts and minds so that their motives might be pure when doing so. Jesus says they should have done both.

They are Hypocrites in General; (Matthew 23:26). This is pretty much a summation of what kind of people the Pharisees had become. They did what they thought was necessary to convince others that they were holy and righteous. This might also translate into those members of the church today who go through whatever motions they must to satisfy what they think are the bare minimum requirements of faith to be ‘saved’, so that others looking upon them will think pleasing God is at least somewhat important to them. Such a corrupt and carnal attitude was unacceptable to Christ then, and certainly still is today.

They Reject The Prophets Before Them; (Matthew 23:34). Jesus referred to how their fathers had rejected and killed the prophets of the Old Testament verse 31. The Pharisees during His time honored these same prophets by dressing the tombs, honoring them, and stating that they would not have killed these prophets if they were there, verses 29b and 30, but Jesus said that they were just like their fathers before them in verses 33 and 34 by them persecuting and flogging those prophets (and soon Him) that were being sent to the temple (such as Abel to the blood of Zechariah the son of Barachiah, etc). Even after Jesus’ death and resurrection prophets and apostles such as James, Peter, John, etc.. were persecuted and martyred by not only the Romans but those, like the Pharisees, that had set up their own standards of right and wrong, or went back to the ritual Jewish faith. Truth is sometimes not received very well, and it wasn’t during Jesus’ day, and still isn’t today. The outcome of such a rejection of Truth? “ See, your house is left to you desolate.” verse 38.

The chapter ends with His lament over Jerusalem; ““O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it! How often would I have gathered your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you were not willing!  See, your house is left to you desolate. For I tell you, you will not see me again, until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.”

Tomorrow we will be going over the depreciation, over the last few decades, of the use and meaning of the term Hypocrite. Stay Tuned and Thanks for stopping by.

May God Bless your day!

2 Corinthians 4:7 – Treasures in Clay

Treasures in Jars of Clay

v.11 – “…For we who live are always being given over to death for Jesus’ sake, so that the life of Jesus also may be manifested in our mortal flesh….” – ESV / Commentary

“But we have this treasure in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us…” – ESV

Romans 8:15 – I Am Adopted

“For you did not receive the spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!” – ESV / Commentary

Interesting Post I Read….

So I was seeing what my fellow face book friends were doing and saw this post. All I have to say is praise Jesus for giving this friend an open mind and softened heart. This person may not believe fully in Christ but then again they just took the first step by standing up for it. This person wont be able to escape my prayers!

The Question: “Why condemn the Church because all of it’s members aren’t fine saints? You don’t tear down a Hospital because not all the patients recover?”

First Rebuttal: “I’m not sure if those two can be compared… it just seems really odd to do so in my head, in that people of the church follow the bible, which has many different interpretations, while people of medicine scientifically diagnose and treat patients..”
Final Answer: “It’s saying that a church cures men of sin turning them into saints as a hospital cures men of disease turning them in to well men and points out the variable success of the two. I’m not saying the analogy is perfect ( I don’t think any analogies are ). On another note, I would argue that science is more relative than you might think. On another another note, I would point out I am not a Christian nor do i have any interest in becoming one. However, if Christianity or any other religion for that matter has the ability to cause men to exhibit self control, good work ethic, and other such virtues, I am for it. For example, Josh, our friend, since coming to Christ has had a huge change in lifestyle. Some would say that the Church is a manner of yoking men. I agree. When religion is given military strength (such as a government provides) that subjugation can grow out of control causing such evil as the persecution of free thought. But when people are allowed to come to religion of their own behest much can be gained for them as individuals and for society as a whole. I have personally known some people (who could have gained from devoting themselves to the above virtues) who shunned Christianity because of the sinful nature of some members of a Church. This could be likened to a sick man refusing hospitalization because some of the people in the hospital were still sick. Maybe I’ve gone on too long but yes the analogy is not perfect.”

Thanks for Reading and Pray for this friend!

God Bless!

Materialism = Poverty

Funny How this video portrays what our culture is today and counters it with the values and ethics that are clearly found and taught in the Bible. What they don’t know is that the Bible has been teaching this, in between the lines of scripture, for over 2,000 years! People were created in the image of God and made for relationship with the Father. But we are also to be the caretakers of our planet and the animals which live within it. “When people strongly endorse in Money, Image, and Status they are less likely to engage in ecologically beneficial activities….”, when people endorse these things not only are the worshiping and Idol, but they are also more concerned with themselves more than others. Which is one of many topics the Bible teaches to steer clear from, which is also what this video is combating. Scripture Verses on Idols noted here. We don’t only affect ourselves but those around us as well, which is what is taught throughout the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, Scripture References found here, Explanatory note found here. This is not only found in the Secular communities, but sadly also found in Christian communities, due to religious leaders (or fellow Christians) not confronting their brethren on the sins in which they have knowledge about Matthew 18:15-20 “If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church. And if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector…”.

“The problem is, like the Pharisees, we prefer our safe religion over the death of our selfish spiritual aspirations…”

The Biblical definition of Idolatry; We become guilty of idolatry when we worship something other than or higher then God. The Lord says in the Second Commandment (found in Exodus 20)

The Secular definition of Idolatry; The excessive or blind adoration, reverence, devotion, etc towards something or someone… further defined in Wikipedia according to cultures and religions.

We are also taught to love our brothers and to carry their burdens, which requires us to care for all living people no matter their status. This includes those who our secular society call the bottom of the barrel i.e.. homeless, orphans, widows, the needy, the poor, the foreign, and to love them as we love ourselves and treat them the way we are supposed to be treated Scripture References. Another valid point that this video makes but they call it an intrinsic value.

“…and whoever would be first among you must be slaveof all.For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:44-45 ESV

“You shall not mistreat any widow or fatherless child.” Exodus 22:22 – ESV

“My brothers,show no partiality as you hold the faith in our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory.” James 2:1

Meaning of intrinsic value explained; “What does it mean for a thing to have “intrinsic value”? As the name indicates, to have intrinsic value means that a thing has value by the mere act of existing. One cannot add to one’s value or take away from one’s value; all things that of a group that are intrinsically valuable are all equally valuable. If we could add to intrinsic value, then the value is ultimately extrinsic. It is the same if we could take the value away. Thus, if value is intrinsic, it is the same for everyone.”

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