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    Too often, Christians tend to compartmentalize their work life from their spiritual life. However, according to Scripture, our actions in the workplace reflect our worship of The Lord.

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    https://youtu.be/wSsI3FUPzw0?si=q7at6AtyCHP5Glhz Too often, Christians tend to compartmentalize their work life from their spiritual life. However, according to Scripture, our actions in the workplace reflect our worship of The Lord. Bible used in this video: ESV Verse By Verse Preachers Bible https://a.co/d/doFNNoU http://www.patrickryanlewis.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristianYoutuberPatrick LordsBook: https://lordsbook.com/aguyandhisbible A Guy and His Bible Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PatrickRLewis Patrick’s 80s and 90s Music Reviews Youtube: www.Youtube.com/@Patricks80sand90sMusicReviews Email: allthingsforHim.pl@gmail.com Text: (304) 620-3379 Ways to Support My Mission to Reach a Wider Audience for Jesus: - Subscribe to the YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/3VwHW3U - Check out the Amazon Wishlist https://amzn.to/3voCLbI - Explore the Olive Tree Wishlist https://bit.ly/4aa9fFW Support via Venmo or CashApp (@PatrickRyanLewis) - Donate through Paypal: https://bit.ly/3TMgPRa - Contribute using Stripe: https://bit.ly/3TL5j8F
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  • Revelation 6:3-4
    When He opened the second seal; I heard one of the creatures saying with a voice of thunder, " Come and see." Another horse, fiery red, went out. And it was granted to the one who sat on it to take peace from the earth, and that people should kill one another; and there was given him a great sword

    Signs are all around us and this one is so true today. Look at what is happening in the world. Mother against daughters, fathers against sons, violence, robbery, self absorption runs rampant.

    People are more worried about who's following who and who has more followers on social media.

    We need to get out of the world and start living for Jesus. He said that no one can come to the father except through him.

    We have all sinned, but because of the blood of Jesus we are saved. However we need to ask for his forgiveness lean into Him and turn from sin. You must become a new creature in Christ. Must study the bible to learn how to live a more fruitful and abundant life.

    I'll pray for you, I'll pray with you. Jesus loves you .... and I love you too
    Revelation 6:3-4 When He opened the second seal; I heard one of the creatures saying with a voice of thunder, " Come and see." Another horse, fiery red, went out. And it was granted to the one who sat on it to take peace from the earth, and that people should kill one another; and there was given him a great sword Signs are all around us and this one is so true today. Look at what is happening in the world. Mother against daughters, fathers against sons, violence, robbery, self absorption runs rampant. People are more worried about who's following who and who has more followers on social media. We need to get out of the world and start living for Jesus. He said that no one can come to the father except through him. We have all sinned, but because of the blood of Jesus we are saved. However we need to ask for his forgiveness lean into Him and turn from sin. You must become a new creature in Christ. Must study the bible to learn how to live a more fruitful and abundant life. I'll pray for you, I'll pray with you. Jesus loves you .... and I love you too
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  • ”Let joy be your continual feast. Make your life a prayer. And in the midst of everything be always giving thanks, for this is God’s perfect plan for you in Christ Jesus. Never restrain or put out the fire of the Holy Spirit.“ ‭‭(1 Thessalonians‬ ‭5‬:‭16‬-‭19‬ ‭TPT‬‬)
    ”Let joy be your continual feast. Make your life a prayer. And in the midst of everything be always giving thanks, for this is God’s perfect plan for you in Christ Jesus. Never restrain or put out the fire of the Holy Spirit.“ ‭‭(1 Thessalonians‬ ‭5‬:‭16‬-‭19‬ ‭TPT‬‬)
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  • Friday, April 19

    Don’t Be Fooled!

    But [Jesus] answered and said, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.’”
    Matthew 4:4

    Imagine it’s your first day at work in a new corporate job. A fellow employee greets you and gives you some free employee guidance: park your car wherever you like, take your lunch hour whenever you get hungry, dress however you like, and come and leave on your own schedule. Once you go through new employee orientation, you realize you were duped—all the previous advice was wrong. But how were you to have known? You didn’t know any better.

    Recommended Reading:
    John 8:43-44
    Something similar happened to Adam and Eve in the garden (bad advice) and later to Jesus in the wilderness. Jesus was approached by Satan three times with temptations (Matthew 4:1-11). But unlike the new employee, Jesus knew better—He had read the “handbook”! With each temptation—based on a twisted rendering of God’s words—Jesus answered with the truth from Scripture. Knowing he was defeated, the devil left Him alone (Luke 4:13).

    The only way to defeat the lies and counterfeits of Satan is to know the truth. Begin or continue your daily intake of God’s Word in order to tell truth from error.

    So the real question confronting you now is: How can you afford not to be in God’s Word.
    Howard Hendricks
    Friday, April 19 Don’t Be Fooled! But [Jesus] answered and said, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.’” Matthew 4:4 Imagine it’s your first day at work in a new corporate job. A fellow employee greets you and gives you some free employee guidance: park your car wherever you like, take your lunch hour whenever you get hungry, dress however you like, and come and leave on your own schedule. Once you go through new employee orientation, you realize you were duped—all the previous advice was wrong. But how were you to have known? You didn’t know any better. Recommended Reading: John 8:43-44 Something similar happened to Adam and Eve in the garden (bad advice) and later to Jesus in the wilderness. Jesus was approached by Satan three times with temptations (Matthew 4:1-11). But unlike the new employee, Jesus knew better—He had read the “handbook”! With each temptation—based on a twisted rendering of God’s words—Jesus answered with the truth from Scripture. Knowing he was defeated, the devil left Him alone (Luke 4:13). The only way to defeat the lies and counterfeits of Satan is to know the truth. Begin or continue your daily intake of God’s Word in order to tell truth from error. So the real question confronting you now is: How can you afford not to be in God’s Word. Howard Hendricks
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  • Promise #109:
    My gentleness will enlarge your life.

    2 Samuel 22:36 (WEB)
    You have also given me the shield of your salvation.
    Your gentleness has made me great.

    In today's Scripture verse, King David is making a declaration that God's gentleness has made him great. The Hebrew word for 'great' is pronounced 'rabah' and means to increase, excel, abundance, enlarge, etc. David acknowledged that it was the kindness and gentleness of God that was the reason for the expansion in his life which led to his greatness.

    It is God's love for us that makes us great. Not our own ability to manage life. A friend of mine says that we can never be worthy enough for love, but it is love that makes us worthy. David knew that this was the secret to his own success. It wasn't his own ability that made him great, but the kindness of a God who loved to show him mercy.

    The gentleness of our God makes us great too. Jesus told us that we would do greater things than He did because He was going to the Father (John 14:12). My prayer today is that faith would rise up in our hearts because of the kindness of our God and Father. It is the love that He has for us that will make us great.
    Promise #109: My gentleness will enlarge your life. 2 Samuel 22:36 (WEB) You have also given me the shield of your salvation. Your gentleness has made me great. In today's Scripture verse, King David is making a declaration that God's gentleness has made him great. The Hebrew word for 'great' is pronounced 'rabah' and means to increase, excel, abundance, enlarge, etc. David acknowledged that it was the kindness and gentleness of God that was the reason for the expansion in his life which led to his greatness. It is God's love for us that makes us great. Not our own ability to manage life. A friend of mine says that we can never be worthy enough for love, but it is love that makes us worthy. David knew that this was the secret to his own success. It wasn't his own ability that made him great, but the kindness of a God who loved to show him mercy. The gentleness of our God makes us great too. Jesus told us that we would do greater things than He did because He was going to the Father (John 14:12). My prayer today is that faith would rise up in our hearts because of the kindness of our God and Father. It is the love that He has for us that will make us great.
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  • Morning and Evening
    Charles H. Spurgeon
    April 19, 2024

    Morning Reading

    Matthew 27:51--Behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom.

    No mean miracle was wrought in the rending of so strong and thick a veil; but it was not intended merely as a display of power-many lessons were herein taught us. The old law of ordinances was put away, and like a worn-out vesture, rent and laid aside. When Jesus died, the sacrifices were all finished, because all fulfilled in Him, and therefore the place of their presentation was marked with an evident token of decay. That rent also revealed all the hidden things of the old dispensation: the mercy-seat could now be seen, and the glory of God gleamed forth above it. By the death of our Lord Jesus we have a clear revelation of God, for He was "not as Moses, who put a veil over his face." Life and immortality are now brought to light, and things which have been hidden since the foundation of the world are manifest in Him. The annual ceremony of atonement was thus abolished. The atoning blood which was once every year sprinkled within the veil, was now offered once for all by the great High Priest, and therefore the place of the symbolical rite was broken up. No blood of bullocks or of lambs is needed now, for Jesus has entered within the veil with his own blood. Hence access to God is now permitted, and is the privilege of every believer in Christ Jesus. There is no small space laid open through which we may peer at the mercy-seat, but the rent reaches from the top to the bottom. We may come with boldness to the throne of the heavenly grace. Shall we err if we say that the opening of the Holy of Holies in this marvellous manner by our Lord's expiring cry was the type of the opening of the gates of paradise to all the saints by virtue of the Passion? Our bleeding Lord hath the key of heaven; He openeth and no man shutteth; let us enter in with Him into the heavenly places, and sit with Him there till our common enemies shall be made His footstool.

    Evening Reading

    Revelation 3:14--The Amen.

    The word AMEN solemnly confirms that which went before; and Jesus is the great Confirmer; immutable, for ever is "the Amen" in all His promises. Sinner, I would comfort thee with this reflection. Jesus Christ said, "Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." If you come to Him, He will say "Amen" in your soul; His promise shall be true to you. He said in the days of His flesh, "The bruised reed I will not break." O thou poor, broken, bruised heart, if thou comest to Him, He will say "Amen" to thee, and that shall be true in thy soul as in hundreds of cases in bygone years. Christian, is not this very comforting to thee also, that there is not a word which has gone out of the Saviour's lips which He has ever retracted? The words of Jesus shall stand when heaven and earth shall pass away. If thou gettest a hold of but half a promise, thou shalt find it true. Beware of him who is called "Clip-promise," who will destroy much of the comfort of God's word.

    Jesus is Yea and Amen in all His offices. He was a Priest to pardon and cleanse once, He is Amen as Priest still. He was a King to rule and reign for His people, and to defend them with His mighty arm, He is an Amen King, the same still. He was a Prophet of old, to foretell good things to come, His lips are most sweet, and drop with honey still-He is an Amen Prophet. He is Amen as to the merit of His blood; He is Amen as to His righteousness. That sacred robe shall remain most fair and glorious when nature shall decay. He is Amen in every single title which He bears; your Husband, never seeking a divorce; your Friend, sticking closer than a brother; your Shepherd, with you in death's dark vale; your Help and your Deliverer; your Castle and your High Tower; the Horn of your strength, your confidence, your joy, your all in all, and your Yea and Amen in all.
    Morning and Evening Charles H. Spurgeon April 19, 2024 Morning Reading Matthew 27:51--Behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom. No mean miracle was wrought in the rending of so strong and thick a veil; but it was not intended merely as a display of power-many lessons were herein taught us. The old law of ordinances was put away, and like a worn-out vesture, rent and laid aside. When Jesus died, the sacrifices were all finished, because all fulfilled in Him, and therefore the place of their presentation was marked with an evident token of decay. That rent also revealed all the hidden things of the old dispensation: the mercy-seat could now be seen, and the glory of God gleamed forth above it. By the death of our Lord Jesus we have a clear revelation of God, for He was "not as Moses, who put a veil over his face." Life and immortality are now brought to light, and things which have been hidden since the foundation of the world are manifest in Him. The annual ceremony of atonement was thus abolished. The atoning blood which was once every year sprinkled within the veil, was now offered once for all by the great High Priest, and therefore the place of the symbolical rite was broken up. No blood of bullocks or of lambs is needed now, for Jesus has entered within the veil with his own blood. Hence access to God is now permitted, and is the privilege of every believer in Christ Jesus. There is no small space laid open through which we may peer at the mercy-seat, but the rent reaches from the top to the bottom. We may come with boldness to the throne of the heavenly grace. Shall we err if we say that the opening of the Holy of Holies in this marvellous manner by our Lord's expiring cry was the type of the opening of the gates of paradise to all the saints by virtue of the Passion? Our bleeding Lord hath the key of heaven; He openeth and no man shutteth; let us enter in with Him into the heavenly places, and sit with Him there till our common enemies shall be made His footstool. Evening Reading Revelation 3:14--The Amen. The word AMEN solemnly confirms that which went before; and Jesus is the great Confirmer; immutable, for ever is "the Amen" in all His promises. Sinner, I would comfort thee with this reflection. Jesus Christ said, "Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." If you come to Him, He will say "Amen" in your soul; His promise shall be true to you. He said in the days of His flesh, "The bruised reed I will not break." O thou poor, broken, bruised heart, if thou comest to Him, He will say "Amen" to thee, and that shall be true in thy soul as in hundreds of cases in bygone years. Christian, is not this very comforting to thee also, that there is not a word which has gone out of the Saviour's lips which He has ever retracted? The words of Jesus shall stand when heaven and earth shall pass away. If thou gettest a hold of but half a promise, thou shalt find it true. Beware of him who is called "Clip-promise," who will destroy much of the comfort of God's word. Jesus is Yea and Amen in all His offices. He was a Priest to pardon and cleanse once, He is Amen as Priest still. He was a King to rule and reign for His people, and to defend them with His mighty arm, He is an Amen King, the same still. He was a Prophet of old, to foretell good things to come, His lips are most sweet, and drop with honey still-He is an Amen Prophet. He is Amen as to the merit of His blood; He is Amen as to His righteousness. That sacred robe shall remain most fair and glorious when nature shall decay. He is Amen in every single title which He bears; your Husband, never seeking a divorce; your Friend, sticking closer than a brother; your Shepherd, with you in death's dark vale; your Help and your Deliverer; your Castle and your High Tower; the Horn of your strength, your confidence, your joy, your all in all, and your Yea and Amen in all.
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  • Faith's Checkbook
    Charles H. Spurgeon
    April 19, 2024
    An Expert Searcher

    For thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I, even I, will both search my sheep, and seek them out ( Ezekiel 34:11)

    This He does at the first when His elect are like wandering sheep that know not the Shepherd or the fold. How wonderfully doth the Lord find out His chosen! Jesus is great as a seeking Shepherd as well as a saving Shepherd. Though many of those His Father gave Him have gone as near to hell-gate as they well can, yet the Lord by searching and seeking discovers them, and draws nigh to them in grace. He has sought out us: let us have good hope for those who are laid upon our hearts in prayer, for He will find them out also.

    The Lord repeats this process when any of His flock stray from the pastures of truth and holiness. They may fall into gross error, sad sin, and grievous hardness; but yet the Lord, who has become a surety for them to His Father, will not suffer one of them to go so far as to perish. He will by providence and grace pursue them into foreign lands, into abodes of poverty, into dens of obscurity, into deeps of despair; He will not lose one of all that the Father has given Him. It is a point of honor with Jesus to seek and to save all the flock, without a single exception. What a promise to plead, if at this hour I am compelled to cry, "I have gone astray like a lost sheep"!
    Faith's Checkbook Charles H. Spurgeon April 19, 2024 An Expert Searcher For thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I, even I, will both search my sheep, and seek them out ( Ezekiel 34:11) This He does at the first when His elect are like wandering sheep that know not the Shepherd or the fold. How wonderfully doth the Lord find out His chosen! Jesus is great as a seeking Shepherd as well as a saving Shepherd. Though many of those His Father gave Him have gone as near to hell-gate as they well can, yet the Lord by searching and seeking discovers them, and draws nigh to them in grace. He has sought out us: let us have good hope for those who are laid upon our hearts in prayer, for He will find them out also. The Lord repeats this process when any of His flock stray from the pastures of truth and holiness. They may fall into gross error, sad sin, and grievous hardness; but yet the Lord, who has become a surety for them to His Father, will not suffer one of them to go so far as to perish. He will by providence and grace pursue them into foreign lands, into abodes of poverty, into dens of obscurity, into deeps of despair; He will not lose one of all that the Father has given Him. It is a point of honor with Jesus to seek and to save all the flock, without a single exception. What a promise to plead, if at this hour I am compelled to cry, "I have gone astray like a lost sheep"!
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  • Day by Day by Grace
    Bob Hoekstra
    April 19, 2024
    Experiencing the Lord's Goodness

    Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him! (Psalm 34:8)

    The Scriptures clearly declare that the knowledge of the Lord is for developing a relationship, not merely cataloging correct information about Him. Grace and peace are to be "multiplied to" us (2 Peter 1:2), not just memorized by us. "All things that pertain to life and godliness" (2 Peter 1:3) are to be drawn upon for godly living, not merely listed to validate our orthodoxy. As we get to know the Lord, His goodness is to be experienced in our lives.

    Our present verse is quite forthright concerning this point. "Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good." The Lord is good. He is merciful, kind, gracious, and patient. The Scriptures abound with declarations of God's goodness. "Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever" (Psalm 107:1). This goodness of God is to be experienced by God's people. "My people shall be satisfied with My goodness" (Jeremiah 31:14). We are to "taste and see" God's goodness, not only to hear of it and talk about it.

    How does a person experience the goodness of the Lord? "Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!" God's goodness is available for our personal experience whenever we trust in Him. "Oh, how great is Your goodness, which You have laid up for those who fear You, which You have prepared for those who trust in You In the presence of the sons of men!" (Psalm 31:19). When we rely upon the Lord, His goodness brings forth peace in our lives. "You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You" (Isaiah 26:3). When we depend upon the Lord, His goodness brings forth rejoicing in our lives. "Our soul waits for the LORD; He is our help and our shield. For our heart shall rejoice in Him, Because we have trusted in His holy name" (Psalm 33:20-21).

    It should not be surprising to us that faith in the Lord is the pathway to experiencing His goodness. We have noted in a number of these meditations that faith is one of the relational realities that allows a child of God to live by His grace. Faith accesses grace (Romans 5:2). "The LORD is good to those who wait for Him, to the soul who seeks Him" (Lamentations 3:25).

    We trust in the Lord the more we get acquainted with Him. We trust in the Lord the more we seek Him to demonstrate His faithfulness. "And those who know Your name will put their trust in You; For You, LORD, have not forsaken those who seek You" (Psalm 9:10).

    Lord, You are so good! Too often I fail to experience Your goodness, because I do not trust in You. Forgive me, Lord. I long to taste of Your goodness. Teach me to live in dependence upon You, in Jesus' name, Amen.
    Day by Day by Grace Bob Hoekstra April 19, 2024 Experiencing the Lord's Goodness Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him! (Psalm 34:8) The Scriptures clearly declare that the knowledge of the Lord is for developing a relationship, not merely cataloging correct information about Him. Grace and peace are to be "multiplied to" us (2 Peter 1:2), not just memorized by us. "All things that pertain to life and godliness" (2 Peter 1:3) are to be drawn upon for godly living, not merely listed to validate our orthodoxy. As we get to know the Lord, His goodness is to be experienced in our lives. Our present verse is quite forthright concerning this point. "Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good." The Lord is good. He is merciful, kind, gracious, and patient. The Scriptures abound with declarations of God's goodness. "Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever" (Psalm 107:1). This goodness of God is to be experienced by God's people. "My people shall be satisfied with My goodness" (Jeremiah 31:14). We are to "taste and see" God's goodness, not only to hear of it and talk about it. How does a person experience the goodness of the Lord? "Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!" God's goodness is available for our personal experience whenever we trust in Him. "Oh, how great is Your goodness, which You have laid up for those who fear You, which You have prepared for those who trust in You In the presence of the sons of men!" (Psalm 31:19). When we rely upon the Lord, His goodness brings forth peace in our lives. "You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You" (Isaiah 26:3). When we depend upon the Lord, His goodness brings forth rejoicing in our lives. "Our soul waits for the LORD; He is our help and our shield. For our heart shall rejoice in Him, Because we have trusted in His holy name" (Psalm 33:20-21). It should not be surprising to us that faith in the Lord is the pathway to experiencing His goodness. We have noted in a number of these meditations that faith is one of the relational realities that allows a child of God to live by His grace. Faith accesses grace (Romans 5:2). "The LORD is good to those who wait for Him, to the soul who seeks Him" (Lamentations 3:25). We trust in the Lord the more we get acquainted with Him. We trust in the Lord the more we seek Him to demonstrate His faithfulness. "And those who know Your name will put their trust in You; For You, LORD, have not forsaken those who seek You" (Psalm 9:10). Lord, You are so good! Too often I fail to experience Your goodness, because I do not trust in You. Forgive me, Lord. I long to taste of Your goodness. Teach me to live in dependence upon You, in Jesus' name, Amen.
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  • JESUS IS MY SAVIOR

    I had never taken thought about my savior
    How he hung there on that old rugged cross
    Or how he was always there beside me
    To dry every tear that I cried
    I would never bow my head before him
    Or even take the time to pray
    Until one day I heard Him softly whisper
    My child let me take your pain away

    Now I say that Jesus is my savior
    He’s the one who has full control
    I knelt down and gave Him all my burdens
    I asked him to please make me whole
    I know now I can’t make it without Him
    I need Him to lead me on my way
    I pray He will help me to hold on
    I pray His love I always show

    Now when I feel broken hearted
    When ol satan rages out of control
    I just lift my eyes toward Jesus
    He gives me strength to carry my heavy load
    I know I am never alone
    Jesus is always by my side
    I give Him all the praise and Glory
    I’m thankful He gave me a new life

    Written by Denver Wolford
    4/18/2024
    JESUS IS MY SAVIOR I had never taken thought about my savior How he hung there on that old rugged cross Or how he was always there beside me To dry every tear that I cried I would never bow my head before him Or even take the time to pray Until one day I heard Him softly whisper My child let me take your pain away Now I say that Jesus is my savior He’s the one who has full control I knelt down and gave Him all my burdens I asked him to please make me whole I know now I can’t make it without Him I need Him to lead me on my way I pray He will help me to hold on I pray His love I always show Now when I feel broken hearted When ol satan rages out of control I just lift my eyes toward Jesus He gives me strength to carry my heavy load I know I am never alone Jesus is always by my side I give Him all the praise and Glory I’m thankful He gave me a new life Written by Denver Wolford 4/18/2024
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  • Ephesians 6:18 ~ praying without ceasing!
    No matter what happens in life, keep God first place and all things will work out for the glory of God, do not let the kingdom of darkness discourage you! Every knee will bow to the name of Jesus!
    Ephesians 6:18 ~ praying without ceasing! No matter what happens in life, keep God first place and all things will work out for the glory of God, do not let the kingdom of darkness discourage you! Every knee will bow to the name of Jesus!
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