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Semper Reformanda / Church and Family Reform
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Pastor's Note

Semper Reformanda/Always Reforming

Earlier in the month I attended a family and church conference. The emphasis was on family and church reform. To reform must mean there was an original form to begin with, then at some point that form was distorted. This begs the question what does it mean to reform the family, it means we must turn to the scripture and return to the original form that God intended for the family. The original form can be seen in such verses as Gen 1:28, 9:1, 18:18-19, Deut 30:19-20 32:45-46, Prov 1:8, 7:1,23:26,31, Eph 6:4, Matt 18:10. These scriptures reference either the correct form or warnings against the incorrect ideas of a Godly family. Most of our ideas about family have come from what we have experienced in our own lives, what we have seen on TV and the prevailing society. Even the church in the last hundred years has taught that families should be discipled by staff and teachers other than their parents. Moms go in one room, Dads in another, children yet in a different room. Older are separated from younger, and the generations are disconnected. The scripture gives us a very different design for the family both at home and in the church assembly. Parents are to disciple their children, to teach them scripture, and to gain the heart of their children. Parents are called to create an environment of discipline and love. Older women are to teach younger women, younger men are to respect older men. Fathers are to be the spiritual leaders, and discipleship must take place at home. We are losing a generation of fathers who are willing to disciple, and mentor their children as a priority. We no longer have Sunday evening services to give families the time to worship at home. We have or will equip parents with teaching materials such as Truth and Grace Books, these along with bible stories and singing are involved in Family Worship. Grandparents must also recognize their scriptural duty to continue to teach. This is reform, our effort to return back to the scripture. To reform we must divorce ourselves of what we think to be true, and search for God's truth. This conference was full of likeminded Church leaders from across the country, who also recognize the need for reform. These are not new ideas but ones from generations past who were always reforming, seeking the scripture as their compass, rather than modern intellect and pragmatism. I challenge each of us to consider reform in our marriages, rearing our children and grand children, how we worship, seek God's word and His Face.

Sola Scriptura/By Scripture Alone

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Sinner's Grace / My Testimony
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Sinner's Grace

Life was well and pleasing, so I thought,

Never seeking or thinking about God, as I ought.

To the world I loved, I was one of its' own,

I, nor they, recognized my hardened heart of stone.

To my enslaving sin, I was most blind,

Arrogantly, I considered myself, to be gracious, good and so very kind.

I felt secure in my faith, not knowing that it was in vain,

However, my Father saw my garment, covered with sin's crimson stain.

A stain that was extremely dark and ever so deep,

A stain for which my Savior died, so my soul He may keep.

To this Savior I had nothing to offer,

I at my best was but a blasphemer and scoffer.

Always doing all that I felt,

I had never been a vessel, in whom the Holy Spirit dwelt.

Me, of no value, nor of any worth,

No goodness or ability, to bring about my rebirth.

On my own, there still I would be,

To die without hope, and suffer hell for all eternity.

A man such as this, who should care,

Yet a Savior, took my sins, and gladly carrying them to the cross He did bare.

He sought me, though I had not sought Him,

He took what was worthless, and for His glory made me a priceless gem.

I do not boast, for I am the least of all,

A lover of sin, and a disobedient son of the great fall.

Though, to Him, it mattered not,

It was by His own council, a sinner such as I, by faith could received this lot.

Why me I ask, but only He knows;

That in a sinner such as me, His seed, He sews.

I am but a vessel, made from the miry clay,

It is not for me to question, the Potter will accomplish all He may.

He brought me forth from the gloomy darkness and overwhelming despair,

With a word form His servant, the gospel he did share.

Though I fought, He wooed me in,

He brought me unto salvation by His love, and delivered me from my sin.

My heart by nature, had been stony and hard,

Now He has made it soft and supple, so that it is Him that I regard.

The world I lived in, and for which I had so deeply cared,

I now see as lost, and the need for His truth to be proclaimed and to all be shared.

Though sometimes, I longing look to repeat the past,

God's grace restrains me, so as to my faith I may hold fast.

I know I can never repay any of my debt,

But, by His power I chose to follow whatever path He does surely set.

Grace, Grace, God's Grace

It takes a haughty sinner like me, and puts him prostrate on his face.

With a new heart that feels, and with new eyes that see,

Glory to God, I know it was always Him pursuing, for my pursuit would cease to be.

Called by the Father, redeemed by the Son,

Sealed by the Spirit, Halleluiah!, and to the praise of His Glory, His work has been done.

Peace and grace to all those who love our Lord Jesus Chrst,

John Jones

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Cutting Edge Christiananity
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Cutting Edge Christianity?

How can we make the Church Relevant?

How can we make the message of Jesus more palatable?

How do we reach the younger generation with the gospel?

These are the questions many within the Church are pondering. These types of questions and more are the topic of conversations among many church staffs and denominational leaders. This type of mentality makes some assumptions, one is that God is in the need of help from His creation, to carry out the redemption of sinners. Maybe it's not the assumption that God needs help, or maybe to show our worthiness depends on us to come with a plan to further His kingdom. Kind of like when a TV show ask you to send in ideas for an episode.

When you start with the basis that God needs our help, and that it is our responsibility to come with new and imaginative schemes, we begin to be PR specialist. This type of mentality causes us to look at depraved sinners in the need of a Holy Savior as consumers. Every business looks at its business plan and says how can we attract consumers and create a customer base. Clothing stores see what the newest trends are and make clothes that will attract consumers, McDonalds has a value menu because consumers want something cheap. When this mentality takes root, and sinners are now consumers we look at God as the merchandise. Then we want to market God and His services. People have a real need, cutting edge Christian leaders say how can we market our product to this consumer. Like all businesses they want to find out what the consumer wants and then offers their product "God" and "Church" by showing features and benefits.

i.e....

Attend Church On Line

A Whole New Way To Worship

We want to create a positive experience for you (the consumer)

These are all statements that I have seen as of late, that various Churches are making.

Problem, you can't attend Church on line. You can listen to sermons, you can listen to music and you can watch videos of preaching. Church is the "called out" and assembled together. You can't do that on line, if you are not called then you are not really the Church any way. This gives a low view of the assembling of the Saints, and the worship we engage in. Technology is not the problem, it the misrepresentation of the truth. Why can't they say go on line and listen to the message. Instead it is "hay you consumer we are cutting edge and you can get your religion in a hour on the computer."

"A Whole New Way To Worship"

Really, I thought when Jesus said "To worship in Spirit and in Truth" thought that was complete. I guess it's nice to know that in 2000 years now we have a new way to worship. That's some good advertising and marketing, making them feel that you have something new to offer, not the old Jesus and Hymns, but something new and exciting, Jesus on a Harley, or Jesus on a Horse for those good ol' cowboys who need to worship in a barn. Nothing wrong with the barn mind you, nothing wrong with cowboys, but still it's just a niche marketing plan, to appeal to consumers.

North Point Church/Andy Stanley

Pasted From Website & Ed Stetzer Interview

If you choose to join us one Sunday, we will make every effort to create an enjoyable experience for you.

Question: So, how do you engage people?

Andy: One of the things that we talk a lot about around here is what makes for a relevant environment?

There are three things:

1) an appealing setting,
2) engaging communication, and
3) helpful information.

John 6:60-64

60 Therefore many of His disciples, when they heard this said, " This is a difficult statement; who can listen to it?" 61 But Jesus, conscious that His disciples grumbled at this, said to them, "Does this cause you to stumble?

Pleasant experience and helpful doesn't seem to be the thrust of this particular teaching, but the truth, even at the expense of those who would walk away.

So I must be anti-evangelism, Hyper Calvinist, isolationist who is prepared like Jonah to watch the wrath of God destroy those who don't know their left hand from their right. Not at all, I want people to enjoy worship at the church I pastor, I want people to be exposed to the gospel and use technologies that are at our disposal. However, I don't want to treat people like consumers. I am bi-vocational and have been in sales for a long time. We can't use tactics that PR Firms and Marketing Strategist use, because it cheapens the gospel. Invite people to worship, but don't call it a "Whole New Way To Worship", because that's a lie and it's manipulation. Invite people to listen or view a sermon, but don't liken it to worship and assembling of the saints. Worship is for God, not for man, our main emphasis is how we can worship Him, not create a positive experience for visitors. When Moses took the children of Israel out of Egypt to worship, positive environment was not the greatest concern. I believe that God has a plan to redeem sinners, and my job is not to come up with a new one, it is to find out what He is already doing and follow Him.

Grace and peace to all those who love our Lord Jesus Christ,

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Ecclesiastes Interpretation in a Nut Shell
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Ecclesiastes Interpretation in a Nut Shell

When reflecting back on life, the Preacher/Professor has made many observations and come to several conclusions. Men though prideful and busy in their pursuit of success and satisfaction need to realize a few things. As a result of the fall life is short, it is difficult, it is frustrating, and often defies our innate since of justice. Though one may think they are going to get ahead of the game of life or you may think they will satisfy their longing for what is missing, the fact is that you will not. Just in case you think the Preacher may not know what he’s talking about, realize in his time he was the wisest, richest, most progressive thinking, most powerful man in history, pursuing wine, women and song yet without addiction and the need for psychological counseling. We learn from him, one should cease from trying to figure out all the conundrums of life, because we will not, no matter how hard one tries, it’s futile and leads to restlessness and weariness. He knows, because he is smarter than you and I and has already put his mind to the test, only to recognize man’s intellectual limitations, regardless of IQ. In case you don’t believe him, know that he has the resume and accomplishments to prove it. He would be like combining Bill Gates, Hugh Heppner, Einstein, an US President and Al Mohler all rolled into one. He has accomplishments beyond all human comparison only to realize that it was never satisfying, all he sought left him empty handed. He was left to observe that the rich get richer while the poor get poorer, the wicked often receive the reward that should go to the righteous, and it’s frustrating beyond what words can express. The fool and the wise end up in the grave alike as well does the king and the pauper, so when you think your ahead of the game, because whatever advantage men think they are gaining over another, know that death will level the playing field and there is nothing you can do about it, God has ordained it so.

It’s not that God is oblivious to these facts; it’s not that He has lost control over the universe, quite the contrary, God has made it so. God in His sovereignty set the times, and the cycles of life that are the same regardless of when men are born in history. God has made things crooked that can’t be straightened even though many of us spend our entire lives trying to figure out how. God has left things lacking that can’t be counted only to drive men mad who think they can match whits with Him. These frustrations of man are the result of living in a fallen world, and God is not going to allow mankind to find satisfaction in the current world economy. Though the wicked often enjoy the fruits of their wickedness in riches and power, little do they realize “there is a pay day some day.” We learn that life is counter intuitive, that funerals are to be appreciated over a party, and attempting to be super righteous will not gain us a longer extensive life and the pursuit of foolish endeavors will end life even earlier. Outward circumstances are the basis which can discern our relationship to God. Wise men are ignored and fools are often in power. Those who have the most often enjoy life the least. We learn that men are sinful and show that our base nature often prove us to be no different than the beasts. It is these frustrations and the ever reminding shadow of death that remind men their life is futile so that we will be in awe of God, seeing His power bringing us to realize our limitations.

In light of all of this, though life is difficult and counter intuitive, life is still a gift of God, and even in a fallen world God has given men good gifts that almost all can enjoy if they will just listen. Instead of trying to get rich and famous, men should enjoy the simple pleasures God has given him. Though men try to avoid work, we were made to work and innately enjoy the fruits of seeing what our labor produces. God has given food and drink for men to enjoy on a daily basis, kings can’t accomplish anymore. God has given the pleasures of intimacy in marriage to bring us great joy, and we should rightfully pursue it. These are the things that God created us to enjoy, so don’t get worked up about careers, wealth, politics, and overwhelming injustice that surrounds us, these problems have been here and they always will. For those who seek God, there is wisdom that he gives us to navigate through the turbulent waters of this life, so employ wisdom as best as possible, though even wisdom will not deliver you on the day that God has set forth for your life to end. Being wise is to be much preferred over being a fool, but even wisdom has it’s limitations and doesn’t guarantee a man success.

Even in the simple pleasures God offers, life is still short, often absurd, empty, and refuses to offer any guarantees, one should concentrate on the eternal; the only thing of lasting value, which leads us to “fear God and keep His commandments.” God will one reward those who seek Him and punish those who pursue wickedness. Though the Gospel is not explicit in the teaching of Ecclesiastes, it is implicit. Solomon teaches from experience what a waste life is trying to pursue earthly goods and pleasures. He is the picture of the redemption of the prodigal son, who spent the wealth of wisdom and power on the wrong things in life wasting His Father’s inheritance to come back in the end to be brought to repentance and restored to the right conclusions. Much of Ecclesiastes is call to learn from himself, as not to repeat the same mistakes. Solomon who does not have a well developed view of the eternity or Christ still relates the Gospel to us. We live in a fallen world; marred by sin, of which we are all eager participants, who suffer from sin’s effects. Those effects include: injustice, unrighteous leadership, wickedness prospering, the pursuit of worldly success, and glooming reality of death. This is the dark backdrop of which Jesus and Paul preach, it is this dark backdrop that makes us look to God for help and deliverance. What Solomon didn’t know fully has been revealed completely in Christ. Jesus fulfilled the words of Solomon like no other man in history, perfectly fearing God and perfectly keeping His commandments, so that in due time Christ might bestow hope to us who are frustrated with this world and take away the sting of death. Christ imputed His righteousness upon us grant mercy and grace, redeeming from the a fallen world , so that one day we may know life without the frustrations of injustice, oppressive rulers, war, futile labor, without the temptation of wealth and power, while giving us the hope of life eternal, as to live in His presence, and worship in His Glory.

Matt 12:42

42 "The Queen of the South will rise up with this generation at the judgment and will condemn it, because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and behold, something greater than Solomon is here.

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Ecclesiastes Interpretation in a Nut Shell
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Ecclesiastes Interpretation in a Nut Shell

When reflecting back on life, the Preacher/Professor has made many observations and come to several conclusions. Men though prideful and busy in their pursuit of success and satisfaction need to realize a few things. As a result of the fall life is short, it is difficult, it is frustrating, and often defies our innate sense of justice. Though one may think they are going to get ahead of the game of life or you may think they will satisfy their longing for what is missing, the fact is that you will not. Just in case you think the Preacher may not know what he’s talking about, realize in his time he was the wisest, richest, most progressive thinking, most powerful man in history, pursuing wine, women and song yet without addiction and the need for psychological counseling. We learn from him, one should cease from trying to figure out all the conundrums of life, because we will not, no matter how hard one tries, it’s futile and leads to restlessness and weariness. He knows, because he is smarter than you and I and has already put his mind to the test, only to recognize man’s intellectual limitations, regardless of IQ. In case you don’t believe him, know that he has the resume and accomplishments to prove it. He would be like combining Bill Gates, Hugh Heppner, Einstein, an US President and Al Mohler all rolled into one. He has accomplishments beyond all human comparison only to realize that it was never satisfying, all he sought left him empty handed. He was left to observe that the rich get richer while the poor get poorer, the wicked often receive the reward that should go to the righteous, and it’s frustrating beyond what words can express. The fool and the wise end up in the grave alike as well does the king and the pauper, so when you think your ahead of the game, because whatever advantage men think they are gaining over another, know that death will level the playing field and there is nothing you can do about it, God has ordained it so.

It’s not that God is oblivious to these facts; it’s not that He has lost control over the universe, quite the contrary, God has made it so. God in His sovereignty set the times, and the cycles of life that are the same regardless of when men are born in history. God has made things crooked that can’t be straightened even though many of us spend our entire lives trying to figure out how. God has left things lacking that can’t be counted only to drive men mad who think they can match whits with Him. These frustrations of man are the result of living in a fallen world, and God is not going to allow mankind to find satisfaction in the current world economy. Though the wicked often enjoy the fruits of their wickedness in riches and power, little do they realize “there is a pay day some day.” We learn that life is counter intuitive, that funerals are to be appreciated over a party, and attempting to be super righteous will not gain us a longer extensive life and the pursuit of foolish endeavors will end life even earlier. Outward circumstances are the basis which can discern our relationship to God. Wise men are ignored and fools are often in power. Those who have the most often enjoy life the least. We learn that men are sinful and show that our base nature often prove us to be no different than the beasts. It is these frustrations and the ever reminding shadow of death that remind men their life is futile so that we will be in awe of God, seeing His power bringing us to realize our limitations.

In light of all of this, though life is difficult and counter intuitive, life is still a gift of God, and even in a fallen world God has given men good gifts that almost all can enjoy if they will just listen. Instead of trying to get rich and famous, men should enjoy the simple pleasures God has given him. Though men try to avoid work, we were made to work and innately enjoy the fruits of seeing what our labor produces. God has given food and drink for men to enjoy on a daily basis, kings can’t accomplish anymore. God has given the pleasures of intimacy in marriage to bring us great joy, and we should rightfully pursue it. These are the things that God created us to enjoy, so don’t get worked up about careers, wealth, politics, and overwhelming injustice that surrounds us, these problems have been here and they always will. For those who seek God, there is wisdom that he gives us to navigate through the turbulent waters of this life, so employ wisdom as best as possible, though even wisdom will not deliver you on the day that God has set forth for your life to end. Being wise is to be much preferred over being a fool, but even wisdom has it’s limitations and doesn’t guarantee a man success.

Even in the simple pleasures God offers, life is still short, often absurd, empty, and refuses to offer any guarantees, one should concentrate on the eternal; the only thing of lasting value, which leads us to “fear God and keep His commandments.” God will one reward those who seek Him and punish those who pursue wickedness. Though the Gospel is not explicit in the teaching of Ecclesiastes, it is implicit. Solomon teaches from experience what a waste life is trying to pursue earthly goods and pleasures. He is the picture of the redemption of the prodigal son, who spent the wealth of wisdom and power on the wrong things in life wasting His Father’s inheritance to come back in the end to be brought to repentance and restored to the right conclusions. Much of Ecclesiastes is call to learn from himself, as not to repeat the same mistakes. Solomon who does not have a well developed view of the eternity or Christ still relates the Gospel to us. We live in a fallen world; marred by sin, of which we are all eager participants, who suffer from sin’s effects. Those effects include: injustice, unrighteous leadership, wickedness prospering, the pursuit of worldly success, and glooming reality of death. This is the dark backdrop of which Jesus and Paul preach, it is this dark backdrop that makes us look to God for help and deliverance. What Solomon didn’t know fully has been revealed completely in Christ. Jesus fulfilled the words of Solomon like no other man in history, perfectly fearing God and perfectly keeping His commandments, so that in due time Christ might bestow hope to us who are frustrated with this world and take away the sting of death. Christ imputed His righteousness upon us grant mercy and grace, redeeming from the a fallen world , so that one day we may know life without the frustrations of injustice, oppressive rulers, war, futile labor, without the temptation of wealth and power, while giving us the hope of life eternal, as to live in His presence, and worship in His Glory.

Matt 12:42

42 "The Queen of the South will rise up with this generation at the judgment and will condemn it, because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and behold, something greater than Solomon is here.

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