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"Surely the wrath of man shall praise thee: the remainder of wrath shalt thou restrain" #Ps 76:10

Wicked men will be wrathful. We must endure their anger as the badge of our calling, the token of our separation from them: if we were of the world, the world would love its own. Our comfort is that the wrath of man shall be made to effectually lead us to the glory of God. When in their wrath the wicked crucified the Son of God they were unwittingly fulfilling the divine purpose, and in a thousand cases the willfulness of the ungodly is doing the same. They think themselves free, but like convicts in chains they are unconsciously working out the decrees of the Almighty.
 
The devices of the wicked are overruled for their defeat. They act in a suicidal way, and baffle their own plottings. Nothing will come of their wrath which can do us real harm. When they burned the martyrs, the smoke which blew from the stake sickened men of faith more than anything else.

Meanwhile, the Lord has a muzzle and a chain for bears. He restrains the more furious wrath of the enemy. He is like a miller who holds back the mass of the water in the stream, and what he does allow to flow he uses for the turning of his wheel. Do not sigh, but sing. All is well, however hard the wind blows.

 

"I love them that love me; and those that  seek me early shalt find me" #Prov 8:17

Wisdom loves her lovers, and seeks her seekers.  He is already wise who seeks to be wise, and he has almost found wisdom who diligently seeks her. What is true of wisdom in general is specially true of wisdom embodied in our Lord Jesus. Him we are to love and to seek, and we will find Him thus in return we shall enjoy His love.

Our business is to seek Jesus early in life. Happy are the young whose morning is spent with Jesus! It is never too soon to seek the Lord Jesus. Early seekers make certain finders. We should seek Him early by diligence. Thriving tradesmen are early risers, and thriving saints seek Jesus eagerly. Those who find Jesus to their enrichment give their hearts to seeking Him. We must seek Him first, and thus earliest. Above all things Jesus. Jesus first, and nothing else even as a bad second.

The blessing is that He will be found. He reveals Himself more and more clearly to our search. He gives Himself up more fully to our fellowship. We are happy who seek the One who, when He is found, remains with them forever, a treasure growingly precious to their hearts and understandings.

Lord Jesus, I have found you; be found of me to an unspeakable degree of joyous satisfaction.

 

"For it is written, I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and will bring to nothing the understanding of the prudent" #1Cor 1:19

This verse is a threat as far as the worldly-wise are concerned, but to the simple believer it is a promise. The professedly learned are for ever trying to bring to nothing the faith of the humble believer, but they fail in their attempts. Their arguments break down, their theories fall under their own weight, and their deep-laid plots are found out before their purpose is accomplished. The old gospel is not extinct, nor will it be while the Lord lives. If it could have been exterminated it would have perished off the earth long ago.

We cannot destroy the wisdom of the wise, nor do we need to attempt to, for the work is in far better hands. The Lord Himself says, "I will," and He never resolves in vain. In this verse He declares His purpose twice, and we may rest assured that He will not turn aside from it.

What a clean work the Lord makes of philosophy and "modern thought" when He puts His hand to it! He brings the fine appearance down to nothing; He utterly destroys the wood, hay, and stubble. It is written that so it shall be, and so shall it be. Lord, make it a short work. Amen to that.

 

"I will feed my flock, and I will cause them to lie down, saith the Lord God" #Ezek 34:15

Under the divine shepherding saints are fed to their fullest. The Lord’s children are not fed a windy, unsatisfying mess of mere human "thought"; but the Lord feeds them with the solid, substantial truth of divine revelation. There is real nutrient for the soul in Scripture brought home to the heart by the Holy Spirit. Jesus, Himself, is the true life-sustaining Food of believers. Here our Great Shepherd promises that He Himself will give us this sacred nourishment. On the Lord’s Day, the Good Shepherd comes with his baskets full.

The mind rests when it is filled with holy truth. Those whom the Loving Shepherd feeds are at peace. No dog shall worry them, no wolf shall devour them, and no restless inclinations shall disturb them. They shall lie down and digest the food which they have enjoyed. The doctrines of grace are not only sustaining, but consoling: in them we have the means for building up and lying down. Look to the Chief Shepherd to give us rest.

This day Lord make Meditation and Peace mark the day.

 

"I will judge between cattle and cattle" #Ezek 34:22

Some are fat and flourishing, and they are therefore unkind to the feeble. This is a grievous sin, and causes much sorrow. Those shoving with their side and with their shoulder, those pushing the diseased with their horns, are a sad means of offense in the assemblies of professing believers. The Lord takes note of these proud and unkind deeds, and He is greatly angered by them, for He loves the weak.

Are we a mourner in Zion , and a marked man because of a tender conscience? Do the brethren judge harshly? Do not resent their conduct; but above all do not push and thrust in return. Leave the matter in the Lord’s hands. He is the Judge. Why should we intrude upon His office? He will decide much more righteously than we can. His time for judgment is the best, and we need not hurry Him to speed up.

Let the hardhearted oppressor tremble. Even though he may ride roughshod over others with impunity for the present; all his proud speeches are noted, and for every one of them account must be given before the Great Judge.
 
Patience, my soul! Patience! The Lord knows your grief. Jesus knows your heart.

 

"As for me, I will call upon God; and the Lord shall save me #Ps 55:16

Yes, I must and will pray. What else is there to do? What can I do better? Betrayed, forsaken, grieved, baffled, o my Lord, I will call upon you. My Ziklag is in ashes, but I encourage my heart in the Lord, who will bear me through this trial as He has borne me through so many others. My Lord Jesus shall save me; I am sure He will, and I declare my faith.

The Lord and no one else shall save me. I desire no other helper, and would not trust in an arm of flesh even if I could. I will cry to Him, morning, noon and evening, and I will cry to no one else, for He is All-sufficient.

How He will save me I cannot guess; but I know He will do it, He will do it in the best and surest way, and He will do it in the largest, truest, and fullest sense. Out of this trouble and all future troubles the great I AM will bring me as surely as He lives; and when death comes, and all the mysteries of eternity follow thereon, this will still be true: "the Lord shall save me." This shall be my song all through this day. It is as a ripe apple from the tree of life? I will feed upon it and how sweet it is to my taste!

 

"Their soul shall be as a watered garden" #Jer 31:12

We are so blessed, to have one’s soul under heavenly cultivation; no longer a wilderness, but a garden of the Lord! Enclosed from the destruction, walls of grace, planted by instruction, visited by love, weeded by heavenly discipline, and guarded by divine power, our privileged soul is prepared to yield fruit unto the Lord.

But a garden may become parched for want of water, and then all its herbs decline, and are ready to die. How soon would this be true if the Lord should to leave us! In the Middle East , a garden without water soon ceases to be a garden at all: nothing can come to perfection, grow, or even live. When irrigation is kept up, the result is amazing. What a wonderful opportunity to have one’s soul watered by the Holy Spirit
uniformly—every part of the garden has its own stream;
plentifully—a sufficient refreshment coming to every tree and herb, however thirsty by nature it may be;
continually—each hour bringing not only its heat, but its refreshment;
wisely—each plant receiving just what it needs.

In a garden you can see by the greenness where the water flows, and you can soon perceive when the Spirit of God comes.

Lord, water me this day, and cause me to yield a full reward, all today for Jesus.

 

"Although my house be not so with God; yet he hath made with me an everlasting covenant, ordered in all things, and sure: for this is all my salvation, and all my desire, although he make it not to grow" #2Sam 23:5

This is not so much one promise as a collective of promises—a box of pearls. The covenant is the ark which contains all things.

These are the last words of David, but they may be ours today. Here is a sigh: things are not with me and mine as I wish; there are trials, cares, and sins. These make the pillow hard.

Herein is our solace—"He hath made with me an everlasting covenant." Our heavenly Father has pledged Himself to us, and sealed the compact with the blood of Jesus. We are bound to our God, and our God to us.

This brings into prominence a secure certainty, since this covenant is everlasting, well ordered and sure. There is nothing to fear from the lapse of time, the failure of some forgotten point, or the natural uncertainty of things. The covenant is a rock foundation to build on for life or for death.

David feels satisfaction: he wants no more for salvation or pleasure. He is delivered, and he is delighted. The covenant is all  one can desire.

Turn with me this day to the Lord Jesus, whom the great Lord has given to be a covenant to the people. Take Him to be your all in all.

 

But the word of the Lord endureth for ever. And this is the word which by the gospel is preached unto you" #1Peter 1:25

All human teaching and, indeed, all human beings, shall pass away as the grass of the meadow; but we are assured that the Word of the Lord is a very different character, for it shall endure for ever.

We have a divine gospel; for what word can endure forever but that which is spoken by the eternal God?

We have here an ever-living gospel, as full of vitality as when it first came from the lips of God; as strong to convince and convert, to regenerate and console, to sustain and sanctify, as it ever was in its first days of miracle working deeds.

We have an unchanging gospel, which is not today green grass, and tomorrow dry hay; but always the abiding truth of the immutable Lord God. Opinions alter, but truth certified by God can no more change than the God who uttered it.

Here, then, we have a gospel to rejoice in, a word of the Lord which we may lean all our weight on. "Forever" includes life, death, judgment, and eternity. Glory to God in Christ Jesus for this everlasting consolation. Feed on the word today, and all the days of thy life.

 

"Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days." Eccl 11:1

We must not expect to see an immediate reward for all the good we do; nor must we always confine our efforts to places and persons which seem likely to yield a recompense for our labors. The Egyptian casts his seed upon the waters of the Nile , where it might seem a sheer waste of grain. But in due time the flood subsides, the rice or other grain sinks into the fertile mud, and rapidly a harvest is produced. Today do good to the unthankful and the evil. Let us teach the careless and the obstinate. Unlikely waters certainly cover hopeful soil. Nowhere shall our labor be in vain in the Lord.

It is for us to cast our bread upon the waters; it remains with God to fulfill the promise, "Thou shalt find it." He will not let His promise fail. His sure word which we have spoken shall live, shall be found, shall be found by us. Perhaps not just yet, but some day we shall reap what we have sown. We must exercise our patience; for perhaps the Lord may exercise it.

"After many days," says the Scripture, and in many instances those days may run into a season of passing time, and yet the Word stands true. God’s promise will keep; It does not decay or degrade with time.  Even if the seed seems to die yet it must go through its true cycle to create abundant provision. Let us pay attention that we keep the precept, and keep it this day.

 

"For now will I break his yoke from off thee, and will burst thy bonds in sunder." #Nahum 1:13

For a season the Assyrians were allowed to oppress the Lord’s people, but there came a time for this power to be broken. So, many hearts are held in bondage by Satan, and are upset deeply under the yoke. We prisoners of hope find consolation in the word of the Lord.  It will come at once, according to the text, "Now will I break his yoke from off thee, and will burst thy bonds in sunder"!

See! The Lord promises a deliverance is present: "Now will I break his yoke from off thee." Believe for immediate freedom, and according to your faith SO shall it be unto you at this very hour. When God says "now," let no man say "tomorrow.

See, the rescue is to be complete; for the yoke is not to be removed, but broken; and the bonds are not to be untied, but burst asunder. Here is a display of divine force which guarantees that the oppressor shall not return. His yoke is broken; we cannot again be bowed down by its weight. His bonds are burst asunder; they can no longer hold us. Oh, to believe in Jesus for complete and everlasting emancipation! "If the Son shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed." Come NOW, Lord, and set free your captives, according to your word.

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"They shall be mine, saith the Lord of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels." #Mal 3:17

A day is coming in which the crown jewels of our great King Jesus shall be counted, this accounting must answer whether the inventory which His Father gave Him is sure. Will you be among the precious things of Jesus? You are precious to Him if He is precious to you, and "in that day," you shall be His if He is yours in this day.

In the days of Malachi, the chosen of the Lord were accustomed to converse with each other that their God Himself listened to their talk. He liked it so well that He took notes; yes, and made a book of it, which he lodged in His Record Office. Pleased with their conversation, He was also pleased with them. Pause, and ask yourself: If Jesus were to listen to your talk would He be pleased with it? Is it to His glory and to the edification of your brothers and sisters in Christ? Speak, for your own heart, and be sure you speak the truth.

What will the honor be for us who are to be reckoned by the Lord to be His crown jewels! This is an honor all the born again saints have. Jesus not only says, "They are mine," but, "They shall be mine." “He bought us, sought us, brought us in, and has so far wrought us to His image that we shall be fought for by Him with all His might.

 

Behold, I give unto you power [authority] to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you. -LUKE 10:19

The Greek word exousia means "authority." However, it is often translated as "power" in the King James Version of the New Testament. Our verse should read, "I give you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy..."

What is the difference between power and authority?

Well, what can one uniformed police officer do to direct the flow of rush hour traffic? He can do a great deal. Is it because the policeman has the power to hold back these mighty machines? No! His most strenuous efforts couldn't stop the swiftly passing cars. He doesn't have the power to do it, but he has something far better. He is invested with the authority of the government he serves. Even a stranger in a city recognizes this authority and obeys that authority.

Authority is delegated power. We have been given this authority over the curse. Sickness poverty and death are subject to our using the authority delegated to us by God Himself. His word is that authority.

 

And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us: And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him.-1 John 5:14-15

People have remembered John's phrase "according to his will," and they had to pray, "Lord, do this or that, if it be thy will." But inserting this expression into a prayer when God's Word already states that what we're praying for is his will - is confessing that we don't believe God's Word. And that kind of praying will not work.

How can we find out what God's will is?

God's Word is His Will!  We can find out God's will for us in the Bible - because the Bible is God's will, His covenant, and His testament. And it is God's will for us to have whatever God has provided for us!

First, we must find the Scripture that reveal God's will for us. Then we can go before God with great boldness: "...this is the CONFIDENCE that we have in Him..." When we pray for things that God's Word tells us are His will, we know that he hears us, we know we have the petitions we ask of Him. We know we have them! Praise God!

 

 

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