The Prayer of Persistent Patience

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The Prayer of Persistent Patience

Why does God require persistent patience when you pray?  Truthfully. prayer can be one of the most difficult disciplines to do consistently and persistently. Yet, you’ve waited forever for God to answer your prayer, but nothing is happening. 

Does God really expect you to keep on praying?  One important analogy Jesus gave in reiterating the place, power and relevance of persistence in prayer is found in Luke 18:1. The opening verse has become a reference verse for many discussions on prayer.

Power of Prayer

The Persistent Widow

1Then Jesus told them a parable about their need to pray at all times and not lose heart: 2“In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor respected men. 3And there was a widow in that town who kept appealing to him, ‘Give me justice against my adversary.’

4For a while he refused, but later he said to himself, ‘Even though I do not fear God or respect men, 5yet because this widow keeps pestering me, I will give her justice. Then she will stop wearing me out with her perpetual requests.’”

6And the Lord said, “Listen to the words of the unjust judge. 7 Will not God bring about justice for His elect who cry out to Him day and night? Will He continue to defer their help? 8I tell you, He will promptly carry out justice on their behalf. Nevertheless, when the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on earth?”

The text tells of God’s unwavering desire for His people to keep an unbroken, persistent, persevering prayer with Him. This noble demand, nonetheless, stands even in times of difficulties.

Difficulty Has A Purpose

For everyone of God’s children, God is intentional about all that happens to them. The nature and character of God do not accommodate accidents or coincidences. 

Hard Times

Every event in the lives of those who love God serves a higher purpose. These include difficulties or hardships.

God has always employed difficulties to strengthen the character of His children, and to invite them into deeper relationships with Him. God’s chastisement is an expression of His great love for us, for the scripture rightly says

“For the Lord disciplines the one he loves, and chastises every son whom he receives.”   (Hebrews 12:6, ESV)

So, difficulty serves the purpose of love – God loving us. This show of love is to develop in us godly character. By it we are conformed to the image of Christ. It is like pruning a flower; though its many leaves may be trimmed off, the flower becomes more beautiful after the exercise.

The writer of Hebrews writes that God disciplines us for our good. Though the process produces momentary pain, later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.  (Hebrews 12:3-11, ESV).

If we arm ourselves with this truth, going through difficult times would come with much ease, and clear purpose.

Persistent Prayer – God at the Center

Prayer is cardinal in every believer’s life. It is one way Christians express their dependence on God. It is one means of deepening and strengthening our relationship with the triune God. 

Prayer

Because prayer is a relationship between God and man, it is expedient that the Christian devotes his/her attention to God. He desires wholehearted worship. 

Thus, an efficient prayer is one which revolves around the character, majesty, power, glory and beauty of God.

An efficient prayer keeps God within its gaze. It starts with God, continues with Him and ends in Him. A prayer that perseveres is fixated on God, and not on the difficulty. 

Such prayer reinforces God’s ability above the seeming power of the difficulty. A prayer such as this is sustained by the power of the Holy Spirit. Hence, the praying Christian is able to be patient, and persevere. It is this kind of prayer that overcomes difficult situations.

Persistent Patience – The Character of Overcomers

The story of the persistent widow reinforces the power of perseverance – persistent patience. Perseverance is a patience that is persistent, that does not give up or give in. 

The widow’s situation was quite difficult. She was requesting an action which is alien to the godless judge. It’s akin to demanding justice from an unjust king. Hers was a difficult situation – she was helpless, and had, as last resort to justice, a judge who had no fear of God.

With her perseverance, the seemingly impossible situation turned out possible. The hardhearted judge could not withstand the power of her never-say-die spirit. 

She was aware of what she was up against, yet she persevered. She persisted in her quest for justice. She kept knocking on the door. Though helpless, this widow received justice.

How difficult is your present situation? Jesus, in his usual signature parable, has taught us to not faint nor grow weary in prayers while in the midst of difficulty. 

Winners don’t quit! Overcomers don’t give up on God. Perseverance is the character of overcomers. Hear Jesus’ consolatory remark:

7 And will not God give justice to his elect, who cry to him day and night? Will he delay long over them?  8 I tell you, he will give justice to them speedily.” (Luke 18:7-8a, ESV).

Justice

Wrapping Up

Have you become weary in prayers? Does it seem like you’re at the end of your rope? Is there such thing as praying too much? No! There’s no such thing as praying too much. 

Prayer is often our last resort, the final step in a hopeless situation. We refer to it with such phrases as “he doesn’t have a prayer,” or “there is nothing left to do but pray.”

I encourage you to remain persistent in your prayers even when you don’t get an answer!  Why? Persistent prayer focuses your attention. Persistent prayer clarifies your request. Persistent prayer tests your faith. Persistent prayer prepares your heart for the answer.

Hang on in there! 

Don’t quit yet. Keep praying to God (remember He loves you). Be patient. Persevere. The God you’re praying to said He’ll give you justice speedily. 

He does not lie. Trust Him. Remember, “God can do much, much more than anything we can ask or imagine” (Ephesians 3:20)

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Reclaiming Your Spiritual Passion

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Reclaiming Your Spiritual Passion

Are you satisfied with your spiritual passion for God and your relationship with Him? Have you ever wondered why does your spiritual passion fade so easily? When we first experience God’s love, we spend hours thinking about Him and studying His Word. So, what do you need to change so that He remains your primary focus in life? 

Spiritual Passion

The story of the people of Israel during the reign of the Judges typifies the undulating, rising-and-falling spiritual state of many believers today. From the yearning for self-acceptance and admiration, to the raving quest for knowledge and information, today’s Christians have several things jostling for their attention and desires. 

Like the Israelites of old, the problems of divided devotion to God (in times of difficulties) and romance with pleasurable sin lie firmly at the root of our spiritual doldrums.

The Ever-Burning Fire

The fire on the altar must be kept burning; it must not go out. Every morning the priest is to add firewood and arrange the burnt offering on the fire and burn the fat of the fellowship offerings on it. The fire must be kept burning on the altar continuously; it must not go out.” Lev 6:12-13 (NIV)

God, in giving instructions to Moses for the Old Covenant, was, at the same time, pointing us to a time in the New Covenant.  A shadow of what is to come in Christ Jesus, who is the mediator of the New Covenant. 

Let us take a cursory look at key parts of this important instruction given to Moses, and how it applies to believers in this dispensation.

“The fire on the altar must be kept burning; it must not go out…”

The first thing we see here is that the fire be kept burning. God intends that our passion and love for him be nurtured endlessly. Our passion for God, demonstrated in obedience, consecration, worship and service, should not wane in its intensity.

The Christian’s passion – thirst, hunger, love, desire – for God should continually consume every other interest. It should burn out every self-focused admiration and ambition. It should consume all that inhibit God’s love in our hearts. 

God wants our spiritual passions to devour every self-promoting desire. The instruction that was given to Moses thousands of years ago still holds true for us today. Our fire – passion, love, hunger, thirst for – God must be kept burning.

Our Spiritual Reality

How do we really develop a spiritual passion for God ? Though it is God’s plan that we are continually spiritually alive to Him, our reality is everything short of this. We are not always on fire, burning with this holy fervor for God. 

Many times we are spiritually weary and exhausted. Believers, on many occasions, are held bound in the valley of self-gratifying desires. How do we come out of here? How does this reality of always-on-fire-for-God become our spiritual reality?

In addressing this problem God told Moses:

Every morning the priest is to add firewood”

One of the devils greatest devices is to tempt Christians to lose their passion for serving God. The devil will try to deceive you, deaden you or devour you and if none of these work he will settle for discouraging you. 

So, what does it mean for us in the dispensation of the New Covenant, to add firewood to the fire? Paul’s instruction to the Church of Ephesus comes very helpful for us who desire to reclaim our spiritual passion and keep our passions aflame for God. Here’s what Paul said:

10Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might.  11Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil.”  (Ephesians 6:10-11, ESV)

Spiritual Passion

To be strong in the Lord is to depend on God – His nature, power, word – to withstand the arrows of Satan. It is counting on God’s power through our spiritual disciplines of prayer, study of God’s word, meditation, faith, and obedience. 

It’s is relying on the Holy Spirit to daily deal a death blow to the flesh and its activities in our lives.

Faith in God (a God-focused faith) is key to reliving our spiritual passion. Faith that is anchored on the infallibility of God – His Character, authority, power, word – is a fuel for our spiritual passion. It is the wood that burns our fire.

“…and arrange the burnt offerings on it.”

As in Paul’s admonition in Romans chapter 12:1, we must offer the parts of our bodies as living sacrifice, whose sinful desires are being consumed by the Holy Spirit. 

In consequence, our spiritual passion is strengthened and made alive again. Then our spiritual passion produces good works with sweet aroma, pleasing to the Lord.

Jesus Christ didn’t mince words while discussing this matter: “And he said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me.  (Luke 9:23, ESV)

Let him deny himself

A burning spiritual passion has at its root – denying self of its gratifications. We must deny ourselves of activities that empower the sinful nature.

And take up his cross daily

The cross is a symbol of death, but for the Christian it is both a symbol of death and victory – death to power of the sinful nature and victory for the Christian over sin. To carry the cross daily is allowing the death-dealing power of the cross over the sinful nature.

And follow me

Following Jesus is a never-ending duty of every believer who desires an ever-burning spiritual passion. We follow Jesus when we model our lives – thoughts, works, actions, and decisions – after Him (as revealed in His Word). 

A man or woman who follows Jesus has the biblical worldview. Christ is ultimate in all decisions not any human.

Recover Your Spiritual Passion

As we do all these, we must continually be examining ourselves in God’s light. The psalmist, David, prayed this important prayer in Psalm 139:23-24

“Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.”

Spiritual Passion

In clearer terms, this implies being vulnerable and open before God. Paul, in a similar fashion, admonishes us, saying “Examine yourselves to see if your faith is genuine. Test yourselves.”

Following Jesus is a matter of faith (in God) from start to finish – including our spiritual passion. Faith, which produces obedient works, opens us up to the ocean of God’s grace, and thus keeps us perpetually passionate for Him. 

Our appetite for God is whetted. Our hope strengthened. And our gaze fixated on the One who matters. These principles, when practiced in a God-dependent relationship, offers us a leeway out of our lethargic spiritual state.

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Falling in Love With God

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Falling in Love With God

One of the most popular scriptures in the world is found at John 3:16 ~ “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”

God is Love

While many know of the love of God, only a few have responded to that love. We complain sometimes when we are trying to build a quality relationship with someone and they do not feel the same way about us.  

Yet, that is what we do to God every day. It is important that we reciprocate the love of God towards us.

God’s Love For Us

We as Christians, who have tasted of the salvation of God despite being so undeserving of it, have one priority to God which is love and worship. How can we claim to know God or understand the magnitude of His redemptive work on the cross if we don’t love Jesus who died for us. 

“When the kindness and love of God appeared. He saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit” (Titus 3: 4-5).

“God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.” (Romans 5: 5)

Both of these scriptures clearly point out the endless and vast love of God for us.

Our Savior must remain dear to us at all times and under any circumstance. “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword?” (Romans 8: 35). 

However,  you may wonder how can we show love to a God we cannot see?

How to Love God

Jesus gives us the simple code to loving God, and that is by obeying Him.

1). Obeying God’s Commandments: Those who love God seek to please Him at all times regardless of any surrounding circumstances. The will of God is paramount and supreme on their priority list. Obedience is the attitude of God’s children. Jesus mentioned that “whosoever has my commands and keeps them is the one who loves me” (John 14: 21).

When you love someone, you will always want to do what pleases them, and what pleases God is obeying Him, not as the commandments, but as a sign of your love and passion for Him.

2). By Loving Others: John 13: 34- 35 says “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” Loving others, being kind, patient and forgiving is an act of devotion and worship to God. 

We read in Matthew 25: 31-46 how Jesus revealed that the little acts of kindness or hatred toward others are done to Him. Also, we note how we will be rewarded for all we have done or said to others as though they were done to Him. 1 John 4: 8 puts it in plainer terms this way “Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.”

God is Love 

All men are created by God.  The whole purpose of the death of Jesus centered around God’s love for man. Likewise as men who love God, we must love what and who He loves. 

One way to prove this is by showing kindness to others and reaching out to lost souls because they are primary in the heart of God.

It is a dangerous disposition of the heart for a man not to feel a thing for God. There should exist an inexplicable sense of awe and adoration for God. Not just as our Savior or Lord but as our Friend and Father. 

If you realize that you are consistently unmoved by the things of God, then there is no other time better than now to bow in humble contrition and sincere penitence asking God for grace to love Him more than ever before..

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Never Forget Your First Love

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Never Forget Your First Love

Do you remember how you felt when you first gave your life to Christ? Those many nights of prayers and days of fasting, the ceaseless bible studies and the way you loved going to the house of the Lord. Have you taken time to ask yourself what then could be wrong now that you can no longer stay at ease in the place of prayer?

Have You Forgotten God?

When was the last time you studied His Word alone in your secret place? How is it that this feeling is dissipating and it appears you cannot do anything against it? 

Our hearts are gradually going back to the ‘Egypt’ we left behind. The awful things we once renounced are beginning to appeal to us once again with their false sense of worth. We are now permissive and liberal with the things we once condemned and God is asking: ‘have you forgotten your first love?

Hear the words of the Master as He reaches out in love and enduring grace to the straying child:

“I have somewhat against thee, because thou hast left thy first love. Remember therefore from whence thou art fallen, and repent, and do the first works; else I will come unto thee quickly, and will remove thy candlestick out of his place, expect thou repent” Rev. 2: 4 & 5

Remember Your First Love

There are many things that steal our heart from our first love plus many distractions that we have substituted as our new love. For some it’s money, some a job, some their spouse and others perhaps their children. 

While this is normal to be distracted, we must not allow the devil to overcome in his plan to distract us by ensuring that we focus on Jesus.

Hebrews 12:1 says we should set aside every weight that easily weighs us down. Paul also advises us not to worry about the troubles in this life. We are to take them to God in prayer. 

Jesus is our first love, and in Him is the provision for all our worries and fears. Don’t be deceived by the devil that there is an answer outside Jesus.

Love the Lord thy God

O Christian comrade, do not be discouraged or faint at heart. Long might be the journey of your faith, trying might be the rising storm, the future sometimes looks bleak and gloomy and you are easily carried away by the dissuading rage of the enemy. 

Just when you are about laying down in defeat for the tide of this world to work its bidding and the enemy of the cross to plunder in victory, take one bold step to God in faith.

Tell Him how weak and sorry you are. There is a God in heaven that cares about the lot of His own. He is willing to draw you closer in love and in mercy. To pull you closer to Himself and fashion you into His battle axe with which He can wreck havoc on the camp of the wicked. In the words of Jesus:

“Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind” (Matt. 22: 37)

This is not a word of condemnation to those who have forgotten their first love. Rather, its a word of admonition and encouragement to those who are struggling. 

Jesus is waiting with open arms to take you back and help you love Him forever.  Just reach out in your heart and He will answer you. Now, more than ever is the perfect time to fall back in love with Jesus!

 

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A Biblical Perspective On Marriage

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A Biblical Perspective On Marriage

Have you ever wondered what was God’s purpose and design for marriage? Are there biblical rules of marriage? Do you know the origin of marriage in the bible? 

Perhaps, one of the most beautiful concepts to have ever entered into man’s consciousness regardless of the time or space (location) is the idea of love and marriage. It is the goal of many persons, a status they aspire to, a demand placed on our mortal shoulders by society.

Although not in all instances, being a single adult is often seen as an abnormal in most communities. Men from time immemorial attached so much significance to love, relationship and marriage. 

Hence, it is needful therefore as Christians to examine the position of God on this beautiful biblical institution. So, the right place to start is by asking ourselves “What is Marriage?”

What is Marriage?

Marriage is Work!  Understand that it’s not gonna be easy. Actually, it’s going to be really hard. You’re gonna have to work at this every day, but you want to do that because you love each other.

Marriage, also called matrimony or wedlock, is a socially or ritually recognized union between spouses that establishes rights and obligations between those spouses, as well as between them and any resulting biological or adopted children and affinity (in-laws and other family through marriage).

The definition of marriage varies around the world among cultures and religions evolving to both expand and constrict in who and what is encompassed. 

But typically, it is principally an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually sexual, are acknowledged or sanctioned. In some cultures, marriage is recommended or considered to be compulsory before pursuing any sexual activity.

When defined broadly, marriage is considered a cultural universal. It is conventionally seen as the mutual agreement or union of two people to become husband and wife usually with legal and social recognition. 

Yet, since everyone comes from a family, marriage brings together not only husband and wife, but also brothers, sisters, in-laws, and extended family members.  As such, a marriage ceremony is known as a wedding.

Nevertheless, for Christians, marriage is beyond just a contractual union. It is a covenant, a demonstration of a much deeper estate of God and His Church. Consider it a holy solemnization of lives and destinies in God. 

It is important to understand marriage from God’s approved perspective to avoid costly or irrevocable mistakes. Having the right understanding of marriage will enable the young and old to approach marriage in accordance to the will of God, our Father.

Types of Marriage

In this study, we will group marriage under two categories:

1) Marriage as a Contract and 2) Marriage as a Covenant

Marriage as a Contract

Marriage as a contract means an agreement between two or more ungodly parties to be joined together under any instituted authority or law as husband and wife. 

From the word “contract”, we mean the form of marital union that is predicated upon the agreement of two parties to become husband and wife without necessarily being established on any biblical principles.

This form of marriage is attractive to persons who are not of the household of faith. To them, divorce is always an option should things go awry. Polygamy or polyandry is not forbidden. Adultery and fornication are not a strange sexual disposition. 

Lesbianism and homosexuality are extended types of this kind of marriage.  Marriage as a contract is an aberration of God’s intention for marriage. Unfortunately, it has become a norm in this present age to marry, divorce and remarry.

Marriage as a Covenant

This is the form of marriage instituted by God and regulated by His flawless standard. We read in Genesis 2: 22 – 24 thus:

And the rib which God had taken from man, made He a woman, and brought her unto the man. And Adam said; this is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called woman because she was taken out of man. Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: they shall become one flesh.

God is the originator of marriage.  From the beginning, He established it to be a union between a matured male and female. Not between infants or members of the same sex (as in lesbianism, gay marriage, homosexuality etc.) or between humans and animals (bestiality, sodomy etc.) 

This union is between two people of different gender; hence polygamy and polyandry are out of the equation.

Reasons for Marriage

Sometimes we ask ourselves, why marriage? How necessary? Although according to Apostle Paul, marriage might not be compulsory, it is however necessary for certain reasons which are highlighted below:

  • For procreation (Gen 1: 28, Gen 9: 1)
  • To avoid sexual sins (1 Cor. 7: 9, 36)
  • For companionship and partnership (Ecclesiastes 4: 9 &10)

Features of a Godly Marriage

  • It is a sacred and holy union (Hebrews 13: 4)
  • It is a gift from God (Proverbs 18: 22, Proverbs 19: 14)
  • It is union between a male and a female (Genesis 2: 24 Ephesians 5: 33)

Guide for a Godly Marriage

Marriage can be trying! Yet, no matter how much love we had at first, it is not an impossible thing for godly lovers to have disagreements once in a while. 

Certainly, no two humans are the same. That is why we have God to guide us each moment of our marital journey.

Ephesians 5: 21-33 is a powerful manual which all Christians must study and implement. It emphasizes certain features such as unconditional love, mutual love and respect, forgiveness and devotion to each other among other things. 

Surely you’ll also agree that no two marriages are the same. Therefore, we need the Holy Spirit to help us daily to build and sustain a home that gives glory to God and blessings to humanity.

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When a Man Loves a Woman

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When a Man Loves a Woman

If a man loves a woman’s soul, he would end up loving one woman, but if he loves a woman’s face, all the women in the world won’t satisfy him. Do you agree or disagree? 

Love according to King Solomon is “as strong as death, its jealousy unyielding as the grave. It burns like blazing fire, like a mighty flame. Many waters cannot quench love; rivers cannot sweep it away. If one were to give all wealth of one’s house for love, it would be utterly scorned.” (Song of Solomon 8: 6)

What is Love? 

It is the profound and caring affection a person has for another person, a natural impulse or feeling that makes someone special, important and indispensable to another person. 

No matter how spiritual you are, a certain stage will come in life when a young man will begin to feel attracted to the opposite sex. This feeling is not sinful; however, it can evolve into either lust or love. Lust, on the contrary, is a strong consuming desire driven by sexual arousal.

When a child of God starts loving, he conducts his actions according to the Word of God knowing that “love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.” (1 Corinthians 13: 1-3)

 

When A Man Loves A Woman

The perfect example of love between a man and a woman we are given in scripture is Christ and His bride (the church). And as such, when a man loves a woman, He will love her spirit first, then soul and then body. 

If the process is warped in anyway, the love will not stand the test of time. A man who loves a woman will go out of his way, selflessly to please her, he will be patient with her.

As the church is the glory of Christ, likewise the woman is the glory of her man. That is why a man that loves a woman will care for her, emotionally, spiritually and physically. 

A man that prays for his woman is a man that loves his woman. We need to stop looking at the definition of the world about love, because it will only make the love of a man for a woman shallow and does not stand the test of time. 

This is why a man should not love a woman’s body first, it will misdirect him and he will regret it later.

As such, a happy man marries the woman he loves. A happier man loves the woman he marries and his worth is easily calculated in his woman’s smile.

Romantic Ways to Tell Her You’re MADLY in Love

  1. “When I am with you the only place I want to be is closer.”
  2. “Do you even realize how amazing you are to me?”
  3. “I could be having the worst day in the world, but the moment I see you, all that changes.”
  4. “I like it when you smile, it’s cute.”
  5. “In a sea of people my eyes will always search for you.”
  6. “Not many people can take my breath away, but you don’t even have to try.”
  7. “Can I borrow a kiss…I promise I’ll give it back.”

Now good friend, ‘when was the last time you had a love chat with your spouse?’

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