Jesus said in John 8:31b-32:
"If you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free."
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(Lee Delbridge is the minister of the Non-denominational, Bible-based, Christ-centered Smyrna Christian Church in Smyrna, Georgia.)
How To Win the Game
by Lee Delbridge
The game is almost always won by the team that executes the fundamentals the best. This is true in sports, in business and in life. Below are three of the fundamentals of Christian Living. Master them!
1. Put Jesus First Matthew 6:33
2. Love One Another John 13:34
3. Have a Daily Quiet Time Philippians 4:6 and Psalms 119:11
These things are very simple but they are not easy. The biggest threat to what's first in your life is what's second in you life. Good things are always trying to take priority over the best thing. Keep Jesus first not just in theory, but in practice. It is hard to love imperfect people and all of them are imperfect. Love like Jesus loved. Have a daily quiet time that includes prayer time and Bible study. I plan to have my "daily" quiet time five days per week so if I miss a day, it is easy to "catch up".
The game is won by the team or the person who does the fundamentals well. Above are three of the fundamentals of the Christian life.
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The Positive Side of
"You Reap What You Sow"
by Lee Delbridge
Galatians 6:7-9 teaches that you reap what you sow.
This is true both negatively and postively.
This is a farming illustration. In farming
You reap later than you sow
You reap more than you sow
But You Always reap what you sow.
Therefore, because you always reap what you sow do the following three things and you will reap the benefits -- someday, someway. somehow.
It is God's law -- it always work!
Always do more than you are paid to do!
Love Everyone in the family with true love – which means
you seek their best good.
Practice the spiritual disciplines
(Bible Study, Prayer, Church Attendance, Giving, etc.)
Since it is true that you reap what you sow you will built up a surplus if you do the things above. That surplus will one day, some day, some way, some how come back to you! You can count on it. It is going to happen. It's God's law -- it must happen. It will be later than you sowed. It will be more than you sowed. But it will be exactly what you sowed.
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