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Read: John 14:15-24

If you love Me, keep My commandments. —John 14:15

Bible in a year:

Leviticus 17-18; Matthew 27:27-50


For several years, our family lived in southern California while I was pastoring a church there. The community in which we lived didn’t have the resources to fully patrol the streets with police. So there was a genuine concern about the lack of safety as a result of reckless driving.


In response to the situation, city officials came up with a solution they called Officer Waxworks. These uniformed mannequins were placed in patrol cars alongside the road. Obviously these “officers” couldn’t pursue lawbreakers or write tickets, but just the appearance of “manned” patrol cars was enough to make people slow down. It was a creative way to trick people into obeying the law.


As believers in Christ, we shouldn’t have to be forced or tricked into doing what’s right. In fact, obedience can be drained of its significance if we obey only out of obligation or duty. Our desire should be to do what is pleasing to our Lord because we love Him. Jesus said, “He who has My commandments and keeps them, it is he who loves Me” (John 14:21). We should “make it our aim . . . to be well pleasing to Him” (2 Cor. 5:9).

Let’s do what’s right out of a heart of gratitude for His grace to us.


Our motive for obedience

When trying to keep God’s ways

Is purest when we seek to please,

To love and give Him praise.  —Sper

Our desire to please God is our highest motive for obeying God.
— by Bill Crowder

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You might think it silly now, but way back when, Nicholas Jonas was just twelve I was begging Christian stations to play his music, I said this kid is going to be Big, He is going places, hehe Wow was that an understatement. I wrote them (The Jonas's) and told them I would remove the photo / link if they wanted The Two Great Cd's at the time was and still is "Dear God" and "Joy to the world a Christmas Prayer" boy these are still timeless gifts hope you get one  Oh the next year his Cd's took off and they were playing those Cd's all the time in the interim I put the Cd hook-ups on the Christian sites.   God Bless

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I have always valued the impute from readers, especially men and woman in recovery, Why.?. Because I feel as if we have come so far already, I mean, temptation on either side of us. Sometimes right in our families, some that may find joy in our falling. Regardless the struggle I believe God has given me the gift to empower His papers to make lives step into the Full Armor of God Daily, We have to deal with what is in the day right now! Because we cannot change ten minutes ago, we can't change a year ago, but we can know in the day we will strive to make our lives a beacon to those suffering and granted there are many. I would rather bring one man to the cross then anything else in this journey. We have the power to help those, right around us, make it happen today, you can do this!

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