DayBreaks for 3/31/14 – More Beautiful Than I Ever Imagined

DayBreaks for 3/31/14 – More Beautiful Than I Ever Imagined

From the DayBreaks archive, dated 3/31/2004:

From Things Unseen, by Mark Buchanan:

“William M. Dyke became blind when he was ten.  When he was in his early twenties and attending graduate school in England, he met the daughter of a British admiral, and they fell in love and decided to marry.  But before he agreed to give his daughter’s hand in marriage, the admiral insisted that William submit to what was at that time a risky surgery to restore his sight.  William agreed, but he also had a condition: he did not want the gauze removed from his eyes until the moment he met his bride at the altar.  He wanted her face to be the first then he beheld on their wedding day.”

“The surgery took place.  The wedding day was set.  William’s father led his son to the front of the church, and the bride’s father led her down the aisle.  As she came, William’s father stood behind his son and unwound the gauze from his eyes.  No one knew if the surgery had been successful.  When William’s bride stood before him, the last strand of gauze was pulled away, and he was face-to-face with his bride.  He stood there speechless, and everyone waited, breathless.  And then he spoke: ‘You are more beautiful than I ever imagined.”

“One day that will happen to us, only the roles will be reversed.  ‘Now we see but a poor reflection in a mirror,’ Paul says, ‘then we shall see face to face.  Now I know (Him) in part, then I shall know (Him) fully, even as I am fully known’ (1 Cor. 13:12).  One day, the Bride of Christ, near blind now, will stand before her Bridegroom at the Wedding Feast, and the veil will be removed, the scales will fall away, and we will see Him face-to-face and know Him even as we are fully known.”

“And he will be more beautiful than we ever imagined.”

There is a song that takes my heart and puts it in my throat every time I sing it, called “I Can Only Imagine”, by Bart Millard.  It goes like this: 

“I can only imagine

What it will be like

When I walk

By Your side.

 

“I can only imagine

What my eyes will see

When Your face

Is before me,

I can only imagine.

 

Chorus:

“Surrounded by Your glory, what will my heart feel

Will I dance for you, Jesus, or in awe of You be still?

Will I stand in Your presence, or to my knees will I fall,

Will I sing hallelujah, will I be able to speak at all?

I can only imagine.

 

“I can only imagine

When that day comes

And I find myself

Standing in the Son

 

“I can only imagine

When all I will do

Is forever,

Forever worship You…

I can only imagine.”

Copyright by 2004 Galen C. Dalrymple.  ><}}}”>

PRAYER: Lord, how we long to see you face-to-face in our heavenly home! I long to see You in Your glory and for faith to become sight! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/28/14 – Signs of His Love

DayBreaks for 3/28/14 – Signs of His Love

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A former co-worker posted this on her Facebook page today.  I thought it was lovely…

From DaySpring – The Blessings of Spring

Lovely flowers show us God’s faithfulness…
If God cares so wonderfully for flowers…won’t He more surely care for you? Matthew 6:30

Singing birds tell us of His tender care…
Look at the birds…Your heavenly father feeds them. And you are far more valuable to Him than they are. Matthew 6:26

Soft rains remind us of His refreshing grace…
I will send down showers in season; there will be showers of blessings. Ezekiel 34:26

Sunny days reflect the light He brings…
I am the light of the world. Whoever follows Me will…have the light of life. John 8:12

All of Spring proclaims the hope God gives our hearts!
See! The winter is past; the rains are come and gone. Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come. Song of Solomon 2:11-12

Let us rejoice in all of His love and kindness toward us!

PRAYER: For flowers and trees, for birds and rain, for light and the seasons of singing we lift to You our praise! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/27/14: Satan’s Worldwide Convention

DayBreaks for 3/27/14 – Satan’s Worldwide Convention

Ephesians 6:11 (ESV) – Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil.

The day came when Satan called a worldwide convention. In his opening address to his evil angels, he said, “We can’t keep the Christians from going to church. We can’t keep them from reading their Bibles and knowing the truth. We can’t even keep them from forming an intimate, abiding relationship experience in Christ. If they gain that connection with Jesus, our power over them is broken. So let them go to church, let them have their conservative lifestyles, but steal their time, so they can’t gain that experience in Jesus Christ. This is what I want you to do, angels. Distract them from gaining hold of their Savior and maintaining that vital connection throughout their day!”

“How shall we do this?” shouted his angels. “Keep them busy in the non-essentials of life and invent innumerable schemes to occupy their minds, “he answered. “Tempt them to spend, spend, spend, and borrow, borrow, borrow. Persuade them to work for long hours, to work 6 – 7 days a week, 10 – 12 hours a day, so they can afford their lifestyles. Keep them from spending time with their children. As their family fragments, soon, their home will offer no escape from the pressures of work.”

“Over stimulate their minds so that they cannot hear that still small voice. Entice them to play the radio or cassette player whenever they drive. To keep the TV, iPads, CDs and their computers going constantly in their homes. And see to it that every store and restaurant in the world plays non-biblical music constantly. This will jam their minds and break that union with Christ.”

“Fill the coffee table with magazines and newspapers. Pound their minds with the news 24 hours a day. Invade their driving moments with billboards. Flood their mailboxes with junk mail, sweepstakes, mail order catalogs, and every kind of newsletter and promotional offering free products, services, and false hopes.”

“Even in their recreation, let them be excessive. Have them return from their recreation exhausted, disquieted, and unprepared for the coming week. Don’t let them go out in nature to reflect on God’s wonders. Send them to amusement parks, sporting events, concerts and movies instead.”

“And when they meet for spiritual fellowship, involve them in gossip and small talk so that they leave with troubled consciences and unsettled emotion.”

“Let them be involved in soul-winning. But crowd their lives with so many good causes they have no time to seek power from Christ. Soon they will be working in their own strength, sacrificing their health and family for the good of the cause.”

It was quite a convention in the end. And the evil angels went eagerly to their assignments causing Christians everywhere to get busy, busy, busy and rush here and there.

Has the devil been successful at his scheme? You be the JUDGE.

PRAYER: Save us from the busyness that keeps us from what is important! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/26/14 – Could Jesus Trust Me?

DayBreaks for 3/26/14 – Could Jesus Trust Me?

John 2:23-25 (NLT) – Because of the miraculous signs Jesus did in Jerusalem at the Passover celebration, many began to trust in him. 24  But Jesus didn’t trust them, because he knew human nature. 25  No one needed to tell him what mankind is really like.

What an interesting interjection by the apostle John! John, the apostle that “Jesus loved”, was probably the closest human being to Jesus during his earthly life. There was something sympatico between Jesus and John that formed a special friendship. Apparently, John knew Jesus like no other human. He appears to have been the first of the disciples to believe after the resurrection.

There are several things that are fascinating about this passage:

FIRST: people started to trust Jesus because of his miracles.  Miracles have their place and in a culture where Messiahs’s were expected (and many had come claiming to be the Messiah prior to Christ – and lost their lives for it), it was part of God’s strategy to confirm Jesus’ identity with miracles. How sad that humans needed the miracles to come to a point of trust. That tendency still hinders many from coming to Him today because He didn’t give a healing or protection that they so desperately wanted.

SECOND: “But Jesus didn’t trust them…”  Does that seem hard or unkind on the part of Jesus? We tend to think that trust should be reciprocal. Yet we don’t even do that, do we?  We are cautious about who we trust until they have proven themselves first. And humanity had, through the preceding millennia, proven to God that we were not trustworthy.  The same would prove to be true in Jesus’ case: the ones who sang his praises shouted for his crucifixion within a week!

THIRD: Could/Would Jesus trust me? Oh, how I’d like to think that Jesus could trust me!  How many of us would answer His question: “Can I trust you?” with a shouted, enthusiastic, “Yes, Lord! I won’t let you down, ever!” And in so doing, we’d be just like Peter because he said much the same thing: “I’ll never deny you, Lord!” and then he proceeded to do just that.

How many times have I betrayed him with my words, actions and thoughts? How many times have you done so?

And yet…and yet…he still calls us “friend”, brother, sister, son and daughter!

While we are untrustworthy…he is totally trustworthy…even to those who betray him!

PRAYER: We deserve neither your friendship nor your trust, Lord, for we have betrayed you over and over and over again!  Help us to become more trustworthy not just to you, but to all those around us! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/25/14 – Passion and the Fire

DayBreaks for 3/25/14 – Passion and the Fire

John 2:17 (NLT) – Then his disciples remembered this prophecy from the Scriptures: “Passion for God’s house will consume me.”

I’ve written recently about some of the spiritual struggles I’ve been wrestling with – about a desire to come closer to God, to really, really connect with Him, to come to trust Him without reservation. Much of my life has been spent, I now realize, trying to keep this frightful God at arm’s length for fear of being asked to do something or sacrifice something that I am unwilling to do or give. Is it that I want to be that way?  No, not really.  It is just the truth about me in my human weakness and fear.

Yesterday, in my quiet time, I was in looking at today’s text while I was trying to learn something more about the Jesus who is my Lord. I tried to picture the scene in my mind…and then to contrast it with my own “passion” for the Lord’s house.  I didn’t like what the passage revealed to me about myself!

Many times throughout my years, going to church has felt like a duty, an obligation, something one had to do in order to make God happy with us (and I was a pastor for 12 of those years!) I think nothing could be further from the truth.  While God invites us and wants us to come to His house, I don’t think God wants us going there begrudging Him the time.  He wants us there because we delight in worshiping Him, in fellowship and communion with the Trinity and other someday-to-be-glorified saints.

Oh, that we had such passion as Jesus did for the Lord’s house! Where do we get it?  Where does it come from?  It can’t come from a rocking worship band (though I love powerful worship!), from some spell-binding preacher, lest it be a manufactured thing, and God never manufactures passion for us.  It can only come from within, from a strong bond with the Spirit of the Living God Himself, that stirs us to love and adoration, gratitude and humility, inspires us with awe and wonder. The Spirit longs to be with the Father and Son, and They all long to be with One Another!

We are given the gift of the Holy Spirit when we become followers of Christ. 1 Thessalonians 5:19 says we are not to quench that Spirit.  In context, that passage comes in the midst of many exhortations to love, to encourage, help, be patient, rejoice, pray, do good always, giving thanks…  Those are combustible things that fuel passion for the Spirit.   A fire is quenched by putting non-combustible things on it…dirt, water, etc.  When we put worldly and non-spiritual things into our lives and hearts instead of the combustible things of God, we will quench the Spirit. 

As I have struggled to draw closer to God, I have looked for the “silver bullet” of how to actually do it. I don’t claim to have found all the answers. But this illustration of combustible and non-combustible spoke to me. I have the Spirit that Jesus has given me. If I am lacking in passion for God, it is not the fault of the Spirit – it is because I have quenched the Spirit by feeding myself non-Holy Spirit combustible things. If we are lacking in passion for the Lord’s house, it may well be because we are filling our lives with non-combustible things rather than what fuels the fire of the Spirit!

PRAYER: Jesus, I need your passion for the Father’s house! Ignite those things in my life that need to be consumed and destroyed so that I may be ignited by the Spirit! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/24/14: Home

DayBreaks for 3/24/14 – Home

There’s no place like home!” Those famous words written by L. Frank Baum in his work, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, were spoken by Dorothy in the 1939 film when she gets back home to Kansas.

It is true for most people: there is no place like home.  But what exactly constitutes home?

“Home is where the heart is.”  Really?  Unfortunately, many marriages have been broken up because someone’s heart was not at home, but somewhere where it didn’t belong.

There are times when I’m coming back from a trip for work (or pleasure, for that matter), and I say that I can’t wait to “get home”, meaning of course, the place where we live and sleep and where our “stuff” is. It isn’t as easy being on the road (nor as glamorous!) as many might think. I know…I’ve done a lot of traveling in my work life over the years.  So, when I say I can’t wait to get home, I am thinking about being able to relax, to kick back in my easy chair and put my feet up, to sleep in my own bed with my own pillows.

In Psalm 90:1, Moses wrote these words: Lord, through all the generations you have been our home!

What a fascinating statement!  What on earth did he mean?  This was the Moses who was born into the “home” of a Hebrew slave. Shortly after that, he moved into the palace of the pharaoh’s daughter (and likely with the pharaoh himself). Forty years later, he found himself in a new home – one of sand and blazing heat, where he lived among the sheep with his father-in-law’s family. After spending forty years in that home, he went back to Egypt, only to spend the next 40 years of his life homeless, wandering in the desert with the stubborn Israelites that he’d lead out of slavery.

It was perhaps during those 40 years that Moses looked back at the different homes of his life and wrote this passage. Those years of wandering had taught Moses a lot about being “home” and what “home” meant. He’d come to realize that home had more to do with relationships than places, and comes right out and declares that God is our home…not some place.  A Person is our home.

To the more romantically inclined among us, we say that we feel we are “at home” when we are in the arms of our husband or wife (or as children, our parents.)  I think that Moses was getting at something like that in Psalm 90:1. He’d discovered that “home” wasn’t a desert nor a pharaoh’s palace…those places didn’t meet the need for peace and relaxation that “being home” can give. But when we find ourselves in God’s arms, embraced and welcomed, then we truly have “come home”.

The day will come when I will no longer be able to hold my wife or she won’t be able to hold me, for one of us will have left this world behind. But such will never be the case with our God! We will be at home with Him, at home in Him, and His embrace for all eternity.

His arms are big enough to embrace all who wish to come to Him, “through all the generations”!

PRAYER: Home, Lord, home!  May we find the rest and peace we seek eternally in Your presence! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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DayBreaks for 3/21/14 – The Seduction of Success

DayBreaks for 3/21/14 – The Seduction of Success          

If one looked at my life, it would be relatively easy to conclude that I have not been that successful. I don’t have a boat or a sports car. I question whether or not I’ll ever be able to retire (not taking into account if such a thing is Biblical or not) or if I’ll have to work until I drop.  There are days when I must say that I do look back at decisions I have made with questions in my mind as to whether or not the right decision was made.

Still, I have truly come to believe that success, in the eyes of the only One Who matters, has nothing to do with piles of cash or stock certificates, nor with guarantees of comfortable living and retirement.  Please understand: I’m not holding myself up as a role model on this – I’m just thinking out loud with you!

I see people scrambling every day to reach the next rung up on the ladder of worldly success so that they can pay bills, buy newer cars, build bigger houses and roam the world in retirement. And I see so many of them doing so at the sake of their souls. One look in their weary, bleary eyes tells me all I need to know: they have sacrificed their soul on the altar of success.  That’s bad enough, isn’t it?

But there is something that scares me far more than that. They are adults – and they have a God-given right to make their decisions about what they will pursue and treasure. If they choose to chase after worldly success, God will allow them to do so. Here, however, is what terrifies me: they are, more often than not, sacrificing the souls of their children on the same altar. Mom and dad are so busy that the children are left to play and grow alone. Parents try to compensate for this by packing the weekends full of sport-related activity for the kids.

The day will come when we will stand before Almighty God and answer His questions relating to our life.  No matter how much money or security or success we may have had in the world, on that day such things will be totally meaningless.  They will not impress God one tiny bit.  What we taught our children about life and success and God will matter.  And they don’t learn that by playing sports.  They learn that from watching mom and dad as they navigate daily life, as they observe the values that mom and dad hold dear, the things for which mom and dad are willing to sacrifice.

Are you chasing the American dream? The American dream is not God’s dream. God’s desire for us isn’t wealth (in spite of what some health-and-wealth “preachers” proclaim), but that we pursue Him with all our hearts, souls, and minds. If we do that, Jesus says we’ll have the things we need for life – but not necessarily riches. There’s a reason Jesus talked about money more than any other single topic – it is because poison lies within. If God had wanted all believers to be fabulously wealthy He could have waved a heavenly magic wand and it would be so!  Instead, He warns us over and over again about money and what it can do to us.

The man who built bigger barns should be a sterling example for us all. Children who are saved will be the greatest measure of success of any parent.  All else pales in comparison!

Luke 12:16-21 (NLT) –Then he told them a story: “A rich man had a fertile farm that produced fine crops. 17  He said to himself, ‘What should I do? I don’t have room for all my crops.’ 18  Then he said, ‘I know! I’ll tear down my barns and build bigger ones. Then I’ll have room enough to store all my wheat and other goods. 19  And I’ll sit back and say to myself, “My friend, you have enough stored away for years to come. Now take it easy! Eat, drink, and be merry!”’ 20  “But God said to him, ‘You fool! You will die this very night. Then who will get everything you worked for?’ 21  “Yes, a person is a fool to store up earthly wealth but not have a rich relationship with God.”

PRAYER: How very foolish we are, Lord, to yield to Satan’s trap for us! Give us eyes to see the destiny to which Satan would lead us and help us not to be stupid any longer! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Copyright 2014 by Galen C. Dalrymple.

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