When Doubt Creeps In & Sitting Among Friends #72

Wonder, doubt, and fear are all a part of the process of putting our trust in Christ more while stacking them up against the truth and evidence He has displayed in our lives.  When those thoughts creep in, we can replace them with the truth of what we know to be true of God.  When time, circumstances, and feelings make us weary we can hand them over to Him for the same encouragement He gave to Thomas. Here is the proof. Stop doubting and believe.


While I was reading my son a section in his Bible, a thought popped in my mind.

Is this all real? While it was brief and I was certainly assured that it was, I was a bit startled. 

Have you ever wondered? Have you ever doubted? Have you ever felt like this is too much and could it possibly be true?

As Christians, having those thoughts is often accompanied by a sense of guilt. A sense of wonder or confusion. We may have these thoughts and think it is not possible to really believe in God and wonder or doubt if this is all real?

Jesus understands. In fact, He wasn’t afraid to clear this matter up with one of His close companions. And guess what? It came with no accompanying guilt.

We can come off this mountaintop of joy after Easter. We are ready to celebrate and are encouraged to get moving in our journey of faith. Then life creeps in and we can wonder or have doubts if we are the person for the job.

So, if you have ever wondered or had doubts if this is real (I am going to guess that maybe all of us have at some point) then let’s dive into John 20.

What has just occurred in John is the women went to the empty tomb, Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene and then the disciples.  

I want to remind you before we go any further that the disciples were hiding behind locked doors because they were afraid.  

Christ had been crucified and now He was missing from the tomb.  The reality of what was in front of them was the leader they had been following and riding all their hopes on, was gone.

Can you say bundles of wonder, doubt and fear must have been sweeping through their emotions? I can’t imagine the physical and emotional trauma they must have been feeling.  But then…

Jesus appears and shows Him His hands and side. He greets them with, “Peace be with you!” And they are overjoyed.

But one was missing. One didn’t have his fears or doubts calmed. Before we are too hard on Thomas, remember Jesus showed the others right away. He knew they had fears (they were behind locked doors) and His greeting of peace meant He knew they needed them calmed.

When Thomas arrived with the other disciples, they were overjoyed and exclaimed, we have seen the Lord! But Thomas…

Wonder, doubt, and fear are all a part of the process of putting our trust in Christ more while stacking them up against the truth and evidence He has displayed in our lives.  When those thoughts creep in, we can replace them with the truth of what we know to be true of God.  When time, circumstances, and feelings make us weary we can hand them over to Him for the same encouragement He gave to Thomas. Here is the proof. Stop doubting and believe.But he said to them, “Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my finger where the nails were, and put my hand into his side, I will not believe.” John 20:26b

I will not believe. Have you ever said, unless God shows me this… Or… if God could only let me know or see this… Or… If only I could see a miracle, then…

John tells us a week later. Thomas had to wait a week to see what the others had already had eased in their minds. It must have been a very long week.

Sometimes a day, a week, a year or a decade of seeing clarity in God can eat away at us. It can eat away at our faith. The wonder, the doubts, the fears take place of the truth or reality of what the Lord is really doing in our lives.

Then the Lord appeared to Thomas and greeted Him, “Peace be with you!”

Then he said to Thomas, “Put your finger here; see my hands. Reach out your hand and put it into my side. Stop doubting and believe.” John 20:27

Right away, He addresses this issue of doubt. Put your finger here. See my hands. Physically see. Touch. Understand. I am and did what I said I would do. 

He knows and addresses His doubt. Stop doubting and believe.

The opposite of his doubt is belief. Belief in the evidence.

Maybe you are saying to yourself. Well, if I could only see that, then I could believe. Then my doubts could be put to rest.

We don’t get the benefit of physically seeing Jesus. But listen to Jesus’ next words to Thomas.

Then Jesus told him, “Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” John 20:29

Blessed are those who have not seen me and still believe. That is us who have put our trust in Him. We don’t have to see Jesus to believe. We can see the evidence of His existence is so many other ways.

We have his amazing sunsets that declare His great love. We have the miracle of life as He gives us each breath we take. We have His power displayed in us through His love that we can give others. We have healing, mending, and restoring of broken hearts, bodies and lives.  

As we walk and put our trust in Him more and more, He becomes more evident in the grace and mercy that he pours into our lives.

We are on this side of the cross and get the benefit of walking in grace and not under the law. We are the recipients of His blessings, goodness, and faithfulness through the generations.

Wonder, doubt, and fear are all a part of the process of putting our trust in Christ more while stacking them up against the truth and evidence He has displayed in our lives.

When those thoughts creep in, we can replace them with the truth of what we know to be true of God.

When time, circumstances, and feelings make us weary we can hand them over to Him for the same encouragement He gave to Thomas. Here is the proof. Stop doubting and believe.

Christ didn’t rebuke Thomas. He said, put out your hand. Take hold of me and Believe!

Wonder, doubt, and fear are all a part of the process of putting our trust in Christ more while stacking them up against the truth and evidence He has displayed in our lives.  When those thoughts creep in, we can replace them with the truth of what we know to be true of God.  When time, circumstances, and feelings make us weary we can hand them over to Him for the same encouragement He gave to Thomas. Here is the proof. Stop doubting and believe.
Does doubt creep in?


Following Jesus' example. Here is a simple exercise to replace doubt with belief in your life. It is simple because lies have to be replaced with truth.  First, ask God to reveal some solid truths and evidence of His work in your life. (If you are a believer in Christ, that is miracle number one). Keep a list. A physical reminder of the ways God has shown up in your life. When doubt creeps in, ask God to replace the truth with the doubt. Trust and Believe that His words are meant for you. 

Let me know how using this exercise goes. What other ideas do you have and use when doubts and fears creep in? Let us know in the comments below. Need More encouragement. Feel free to email me!
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Now What? Get Moving! and Sitting Among Friends #71

Go! Get moving! Tell the brothers and sisters the wonderful news. He is not here! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!



Now what?

If you didn’t get the opportunity to join us or missed a post for A Living Hope Bible Study you can find the list of links at the bottom of this post.  I am glad that all of you joined me. It was a blessing to hear your thoughts and hearts on the topics.

Now What?

We want to grow, don’t we? We want to put life into action and be intentional.
How many times do you feel inclined to do a new thing and then it fizzles and life moves on and you forget what you were so excited about? We don’t want that to happen especially this time of year.

Quite possible, no matter who you are, your recent weeks were spent in preparation for Easter. An event that not only has gapped generations but cultures and religions.

The reason the topic of the cross is so controversial is because we are forced to make a decision about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Do you believe the events that have been told for 2000 years or do you choose to reject them?

One of the most popular movies this time of year is The Ten Commandments. While I would urge you to watch any biblical-based movie or book with the backdrop of the Bible as real context, it is amazing to have life size visuals and effects for what it may have been like.

In studying this story even further one verse that stood out to me was Exodus 14:15. Then the LORD said to Moses, "Why are you crying out to me? Tell the people to get moving!

The Israelites were backed up against a wall. Sea on one side and wilderness and Egyptians on the other side. They were in a panic and Moses was crying out to the Lord in prayer.

While we are told to pray without ceasing we are also told to walk by faith. The Lord told Moses in this verse, stop praying and get those people moving!
I believe this is where we want to be, moving! But we need to be intentional and move for the purposes of giving Glory to God.

That is exactly why the Lord wanted the Israelites to get moving. Through the Red Sea, God would be glorified by both the Egyptians who would claim that the Lord had fought for them and by the Israelites who would see God’s power and sovereignty over His creation reign that day.

Now what?

The message is the same for us today!  Don’t just cling to the Lord as if He is a treasure you keep for yourself. We have the hope of Christ in us and that joy is not something we are supposed to keep to ourselves. Go! Get moving! Tell the brothers and sisters the wonderful news. He is not here! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!Make a Decision! In Joshua 24, Joshua stands to draw the lines. He tells the descendants of these very Israelites, today you must decide. Who will you serve? As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. But you, you have to make a decision!

Make a Commitment! Studying God’s Word takes a commitment. It takes an intentional decision to set time apart. Do you feel like you have been in a desert in your relationship with Christ? David’s 63rd Psalm begins like this, A psalm of David. When he was in the Desert of Judah. You, God, are my God, earnestly I seek you; I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land where there is no water.

God rewards those who earnestly seek Him (Hebrews 11:6). He provides the Bread of Life and the Living Water (John 6:35) we so desperately seek in our parched lives. We can’t know the truth if we don’t learn the truth. Take the time and get to know God through His Word. The reward is yours!

Pray without ceasing! Prayer can seem like one of those things that we check off our list. Read my Bible, check, prayed, check, wrote some impactful notes, check! While these things are great, we don’t want God to become a grocery list. Paul writes in 1 Thessalonians 5:17, pray without ceasing or without stopping. God wants our whole hearts and the communication lines to be of constant flow.  

Get moving! While we are supposed to take the time to study, there is a time to get moving. And since we are going to pray without ceasing we are going to walk and talk. Walk and Talk!

When Jesus revealed Himself to Mary Magdalene at the garden tomb, Mary wanted to cling to Christ. I can imagine she thought she lost Him once and it wasn’t going to happen again. But Jesus sent her on a mission. Go and tell the others I am alive!

There is no time to wait and the urgency is in His message. Go! Tell the others. And she does. What a blessing she must have treasured in her heart to have her Lord revealed to her. How precious she must have realized she was to Him.  

The message is the same for us today!

Don’t just cling to the Lord as if He is a treasure you keep for yourself. We have the hope of Christ in us and that joy is not something we are supposed to keep to ourselves.

If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, the truth has been revealed to you through the Holy Spirit so…

The message is the same for us today!  Don’t just cling to the Lord as if He is a treasure you keep for yourself. We have the hope of Christ in us and that joy is not something we are supposed to keep to ourselves. Go! Get moving! Tell the brothers and sisters the wonderful news. He is not here! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!
Go! Get moving! Tell the brothers and sisters the wonderful news. He is not here! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!

Personal Reflections: 

Have you made a choice to follow Jesus? 

Are you willing to make a commitment to know Christ? If yes, what are you doing? If not, what do you feel is getting in your way?

Do you have a particular Bible study method or do you have your own plan?

Do you have a particular prayer strategy?

What is one thing that you can do today, this next week, month and year, to get moving?
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A Living Hope: New Growth & Sitting Among Friend #70




I cannot believe how many dinners I have been burning lately. I think I nailed down the problem today. I love cooking but lately, I love getting it done quickly and I don’t love sitting to watch or stir it. I have other things to do. Taking the time to care for it so it is good has not been my focus.

So, I turn on the dinner, get busy on something and well, there it is, burnt to the bottom of the pan. Not ruined, but needs work.

I had gone through life like many, caught up in the busyness of things. I had been a Christian for a long time but never really grew.  I wasn't willing to stir the pot so I was burnt to the bottom, stuck, in need of work.

The turning point in my life began when I faced a tragedy. I had lost twins in the middle of my pregnancy and it rocked my world.

That event was the start of what God had intended for me all along. He wanted me on my knees in desperate need of Him. He was the only place I could turn for real hope. He is my Living Hope

I rely on Him for not only the breath I take but the life I breathe.

My true turning point, my true rescue came in His Word. 

And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. Hebrews 11:6 (NIV)  This was my life-changer. This was my life-saver. Earnestly seeking God. I realized through a tragedy that I needed Him desperately but I only began to really know and see Him when I began to seek Him. The words that stand out to me the most from this difficult time comes from Philippians 4:6a, which says, do not worry about anything.

My life had become consumed by worry. The thing I worried about the most was losing my child and here I was in the midst of my worry and I had not only lost one but two.  

And God tells me not to worry because He is able to give me peace. God has not promised us life would be easy. He has not guaranteed when we follow Him, He will make all our problems go away and give us lives that are smooth sailing.

What He has promised us was hope for the journey. How we live without that hope, I do not know.

What I do know is for us to really lean into God and trust His words to be true, we have to know Him. We have to know His words.

It is easy to want the quick results. Turn up the bible study and church attendance and that will bring us closer to God. Hang out with Christian people and say Christian things and that will make us feel good.

While all those things may be good and have good results, the best results come from opening God’s Word and seeing who He really is.

And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him. Hebrews 11:6 (NIV)

This was my life-changer. This was my life-saver. Earnestly seeking God. I realized through a tragedy that I needed Him desperately but I only began to really know and see Him when I began to seek Him.

We can make studying God’s Word and doing all the “Christian things” just the same way I have been preparing dinner. Look for the quick solution to an end result. Whether the result is good or not, it is done and semi-palatable.

Have you ever said to yourself, I need to spend more time praying or in the Word? I really want to know my bible more and what God’s purpose is for me. I really want to depend on Jesus for everything…  but... then life.

We get consumed by life instead by The One who gives us life. We love Jesus but don’t love the work it takes to get to grow in Him.

We want the result, the good meal, without sitting, stirring, and dining with the Bread of Life. We get thirsty but don’t seek water from the Living Well that offers to quench us. 

We have been convinced that something is better than nothing and to seek a refuel only when life gets tough. We have been sold on the idea that a couple minutes a day or Sunday morning service will work for our weary hearts.

Let’s be honest, have you ever had a real friendship or deep love for someone you never spent time with or just gave a few minutes a day? I know if that was all I gave to my kids or husband, we would all be in trouble.

While I certainly don’t want to discourage or derail any efforts being made, I think there is a point when we lay our cards out on the table and exam the truth.

God intended that they would seek Him and perhaps reach out for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us. For in Him we live and move and have our being.' As some of your own poets have said, 'We are His offspring.' Acts 17:27-28 (BSB)

I want to live, I want to grow, and I to sprout wings and soar, how about you?

If you said, yes, here is the path to that. God intended that we would SEEK Him. Sit with Him. Get to really know who He is so He can help us define who we are and fulfill our purpose with passion. He rewards those who earnestly SEEK Him. 

My greatest desire for you and I is that we will not only have a longing to love and know Jesus more, but we will take action in seeking Him. That we will continually grow closer to Him. That we will see Him as our great reward.

I hope we will realize spending time with Him will never leave us empty or thirsty for something else. That we will know Him as Father and Lord of our lives and seek Him earnestly so we experience the Hope that only He can offer.

God sent His only son because He loves us. Because He wants to have this time and fellowship with us. It was made possible through Christ’s death and resurrection. Because He lives, we too, can have life and have it abundantly.

Seek Him. Know Him. Trust Him. Walk with Him.

Personal Reflections:

Do you earnestly seek God yourself or do you rely on others to feed you the truth?

What has been the results or your greatest reward from seeking God?

Although, there are many ways that you can dig into God’s Word, what do you find to be the best way for you to be consistent or does your time need a facelift?  

What would be the next step you can take to have a closer relationship with God? Are you willing to take that step? If not, what do you feel like is in your way? Don’t forget to praise God for all the victories along the way.

I hope you have enjoyed this series on A Living Hope. If you have any questions about how to get to know Christ more, I would love to continue this conversation with you. Comment below or email me at yoursewtrendy@gmail.com
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A Living Hope: A New Life and Sitting Among Friends #69




Let’s jump right into the tough stuff today. Before coming to know and trust 
Christ as our personal Lord and Savior, we are in rebellion to God.

Once you were alienated from God and were enemies in your minds because of your evil behavior. Colossians 1:21 (NIV)

Ouch! What an opening line. That is a tough concept because in general, we like to think we are pretty good at our core. We like to put ourselves in a class of not one of “those” people. Colossians paints quite a different picture of us. It puts a biblical truth on our worldly ideas.

As we come into a relationship with Christ we must arrive at that truth. We are in rebellion or enemies of God and to come into peace with Him we have to come to terms with this. We have to admit that we are sinners in need of a Savior while recognizing that Christ is that Savior.

Being Christians we often wrestle with who we are in Christ or who we become in Christ. We let our own thoughts or the thoughts of this world establish our identity. We are even willing to stand on that identity without pause.

Because of the death of Christ’s physical body. You are able to enter the presence of God as holy, unblemished, and blameless.But now He has reconciled you by Christ's physical body through death to present you holy, unblemished, and blameless in His presence—Colossians 1:22 (BSB)

Today as I sat reflecting on these verses from Colossians, I was overwhelmed with this reality.

When I became a believer in Christ, I didn’t understand who I was. You can read my testimony here. Because I thought living “right” for Christ was more about doing. To be honest, I failed miserably at the doing. My messes became messier until I found myself in a pit.

Here is what I didn’t understand about this beautiful story that I want you to understand and believe to be true for you.

Before accepting Christ as our Savior, we were not able to be at peace with Him.

But after being reconciled to Christ, we are given a new life. Reconciled means that we are brought back to a state of harmony or peace with God. This is not because of what we are doing. 

Colossians reminds us it is because of the death of Christ’s physical body we can be made new. Because of this new covenant, we have a new hope

I want to put this into a different perspective for us but not for one moment down playing it’s reality.

Imagine with me if you will, you want to go to the royal castle but you have offended the king, in the worst possible way. You have been a rebel to the throne. You have lived your life your way and because of this you cannot be in His presence.

One day you realize that the king is the only way for you to live your life in peace. Peace with him, peace with others, and peace with yourself. So, you ask the king to forgive your rebellion. After doing so, the king asks to see you.

As you enter his castle, the royal trumpets are blown and the royal guard announces you to the king. “Your Highness, I would like to present to you, your daughter, the Princess.”

As the king turns to you, He rejoices. Because he no longer sees you as a rebel, but in his presence, he sees you as holy and without fault. All your evil deeds have been cast deep into the sea and he only sees you as his beloved child.

That may or may not seem like a huge leap. But that is what you have as a new life in Christ.

Because of the death of Christ’s physical body. You are able to enter the presence of God as holy, unblemished, and blameless.  In God's presence you are presented as His son or daughter, an heir (Galatians 4:7).  You are dressed in His royal robes of righteousness (Isaiah 61:10)

For a long time, I lived in my sin. It became familiar and comfortable. It was an identity I was willing to rest on because it was the one I recognized. To break free of that took Christ restructuring and mending.

For many years, I held onto my past. It had become this medallion of shame that I thought I had to bear. A scarlet letter that I was sure everyone saw and condemned me by.

That is not who I am in the presence of God.

In Christ, I have a new life. I am not that person. I do not have to wear my shame like a chain around my neck.

I am presented to God by Christ Himself as holy, clean, and blameless. Soak in that with me for a while.

You may not feel you have a past to escape but the reality is we are all in complete rebellion before we accept Christ as our personal Savior but we DO NOT stay there.

Because Christ is the Living God, raised from the dead. Sitting on the throne at the right hand of God, we, too, can be made alive, holy and free from our past.  We are free to face this new life with confidence in who Christ is and who He says we are in His presence.Because Christ is the Living God, raised from the dead. Sitting on the throne at the right hand of God, we, too, can be made alive, holy and free from our past.

We are free to face this new life with confidence in who Christ is and who He says we are in His presence.

I don’t know about you but that is a word that I need to be reminded of. Today that word overwhelmed me. To think that one day, I will stand before my God and King and will be presented as holy in His sight. His grace blows me away.

It allows me to move from rebelling to rejoicing. Rejoicing in the sweet name of Jesus.

Personal Reflections:

How do you see yourself? Is that how God sees you? Are you willing to believe the God who sees and knows you intimately?

Do you have guilt or shame that needs to be left at the throne? Are you willing to part with it in your life?

Today as you reflected on the presentation of you to your Heavenly Father, what emotions stirred in you?

Given a new life in Christ gives us the opportunity to rejoice, what words of praise do you have for the Lord?

 
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Be Still My Friends! You can rest assure that God is in Control.

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Seeking God

Hope In Him Alone!

Hope In Him Alone!
Thank You, Lord, for deciding who I am!

Seek Him First! Today's Bible Reading

James 1:17
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of Lights with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow.

It is of utmost importance that you know that Christ died for you. He died for all sinners so that our relationship with Him could be restored.

Because of His sacrifice on the cross we can have peace. Are you seeking more peace today? Peace of the soul can only be given through the redemptive power of Jesus Christ.

I hope that you, too, know the saving grace of an amazing God.
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