I’m Bad – God Doesn’t Want Me

A precious memory from my years doing youth-prison ministry:

I am still rejoicing over 17-year-old Rosemary, a precious new friend.  She was incarcerated for six weeks and refused to come to Bible study during that time. Why?  She said she had never been to church, was not religious, and didn’t think God wanted her.  Last week the other Christian girls in her unit had all been released. Rosemary decided to come to Bible study.  She came alone.

She was fearful and timid. I asked why she had come.  She said, “I have done so many bad things. God doesn’t want me, but I’m scared of going to hell.”

I said, “Rosemary, you may have done bad things, but the Bible tells us that we have ALL done bad things. Nobody is good enough for heaven. That is why we all need a Savior and there is only One.  You have come to the right place.”

She listened carefully as I presented the good news about what Jesus had already done for her.  Then I told her the wonderful things Jesus wants to do in her future. She asked appropriate questions.

When I went through my Junk List with her—that is, my list of activities that would pull her away from God and back into the world, she was ready to give it all up for Jesus.  She was so eager to make Him Lord! Yet she said she had trouble forgiving the man who had raped her, even though he has since died. I told her that forgiving the man is very important. “I know you want to please God. God will help you forgive him. You will see.”

Rosemary prayed and surrendered her life to Jesus Christ. I asked her how she felt afterward.  She said, “Relieved and happy.”

That was one week ago. Last night I met with several new girls, who also wanted to come to Christ; then Rosemary returned from a meeting and joined us.  She was radiant! I asked her how her first week as a Christian had been.

She smiled as she spoke, “It’s been the best week! I have been reading my Bible and praying every day and thanking God for blessing me. He has given me peace and joy. My mother needs God in her life. I can’t wait to go home and tell her about Jesus!”

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I Cannot Kill My Baby!

It was February 13 and my husband Dan and I were traveling. He dropped me off while he went to park the car. While waiting I noticed a young woman walking toward me.  She looked as if she’d been crying and on the verge of tears again.

Our eyes met and I said, “Are you all right?”
She shook her head and said, “No.”
“I only have a minute, but do you want to talk about it?”
“I just told my boyfriend I’m pregnant and he told me to get an abortion. I don’t know what to do! I cannot kill my baby!”

“I’m so sorry.  But I think you’ve already made a good decision—not to abort your baby. Do you know Jesus?”
“No.”
“If you were to die today do you know where you would go?”
“Probably heaven. I’ve been a good person.”
“I’m sure you are a good person. But the Bible tells us nobody is good enough! We are all sinners and we all need a Savior.  That’s why Jesus came—so He could save us.  Would you like me to pray for you?”

“Oh, I would! Please!”

Placing my hand on her shoulder, I prayed that God would protect her baby and give her the guidance and wisdom she needs. I prayed she would come to know the Lord Jesus and experience His love and peace.

Then I said, “Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day and I have a Valentine for you! Would you like that?”

She smiled, “Thank you. Maybe that will cheer me up.”

I said, “This Valentine is special. It not only tells you that you are loved, but it will show you how you can know Jesus as your Savior.”

By now Dan was standing nearby giving me the nod.  I gave her a quick hug and said, “Listen.  Jesus loves you. You are not alone. Okay?”

Later I had regrets that I didn’t think to refer her to the nearest County Pregnancy Resource Center  where she would receive assistance and guidance. So I prayed, “Lord, please guide Tiffany to the nearest CPC. Give her a wise and loving counselor who knows You and will give her the support she needs. I ask this in the precious name of Jesus, Amen.”

  • So do not fear,  for I am with you; do not be dismayed,  for I am your God.  I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.        Isaiah 41:10  
  • SONG:  GIVE ME A HEART Lyrics by Liana Wendy Howarth; Music by Kathleen

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It’s All Good! – Is It?

The popular phrase “It’s all good” is often used in the most inappropriate ways.

  • A woman I know became bored in her marriage.  She found a boyfriend and moved in with him, leaving her teenagers with her husband.  Today she smiles and says, “I’ve never been happier!  The kids are fine with it!  It’s all good!”

Is it?  Her husband is a broken man. Her children are confused. Moreover, she claims to be a Christian and blatantly says, “It’s okay because God forgives!”

  • A couple has been happily married for nearly 45 years. They are devoted to each other and enjoy various hobbies together.  Yet they prefer not to discuss the after-life.  The idea of God and salvation is foolishness to them.  Another friend smiles at their life and says, “They’re happy. It’s all good.”

Is it?  According to Scripture, they are destined for everlasting destruction.

  • A young couple fell in love, moved in together and even bought a house together. Before they decided to marry, her parents said, “It’s all good!”

Is it?  These are signs of a culture that has drifted so far from God, it no longer discerns right from wrong.

Isaiah 5:20-21 says, “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness … Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and clever in their own sight.”  The key word here is WOE, defined as misery, sorrow, wretchedness, sadness, heartbreak, unhappiness, despair, depression, regret, misfortune, disaster, suffering, etc.

We read in Judges 17:6 that the people did “what was right in their own eyes.”  Keep reading and you’ll discover the people ended up doing evil.

This life is short. When it’s over, we’ll continue to live forever.  Think!  Where will you live in the next life?  It’s all about what you did with Jesus.  Did you trust Him as your Savior?  Did you choose to follow Him and obey Him?  If so, then your lifestyle will show it.  Indeed, then you’ll be able to say with confidence, “It’s all good.”

  • He will punish those who do not know God and do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus. They will be punished with everlasting destruction and shut out from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of his might on the day he comes to be glorified in his holy people and to be marveled at among all those who have believed.  2 Thessalonians 1:7-10
  • In those days there was no king in Israel. Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.   Judges 17:6 ESV
  • There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death.            Proverbs 14:12
  • SONG: MY FRIENDWords by D.J. Higgins; Music by Kathleen

 

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Wrong Email

It was about a year ago that I emailed a young man who was asking for dating and courtship advice.

It seems his email address is similar to another young man with the same name!   Unfortunately, the email went to the wrong guy and he responded!

He explained that there must be two guys with the same name.  But he was not the one I intended to write.  I wrote back, apologized and thanked him.

Two months later I did it again!   He wrote back, “I’m sorry but you’ve reached  Alternate Jim again.  Have a good day.”

I was so embarrassed!  I again apologized and thanked him for letting me know. Then I deleted his address in my address book so it never happens again.

It’s been nearly a year and yesterday I received an email from him–Alternate Jim–the guy I don’t even know!  He said, “Dear Kathleen, I’m dating a girl named Susan.  She is pregnant with triplets.”

That’s all he said!  Why is he telling ME this?  Unless…he remembers the advice I had given to another.  Obviously he has a need!  I responded:

So your girlfriend is pregnant with triplets?  Oh my!  Perhaps it’s time for marriage!    Besides meeting their obvious physical needs,  here are the three most important things your little ones will need  in the following order:

1. Parents who know and love the Lord Jesus.  If you are not there yet, you might check out:  https://www.godlife.com/  Believe me. you’ll be glad you did.

2. Parents who are married and love each other above all others.

3. Parents who love their children.

Children are most secure not so much in knowing their parents love them, but in knowing their parents love each other first.

Happy Parenthood, my friend!   Jesus loves you!   I care.

Kathleen

  •  That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.   Genesis 2:24
  • Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with the opponents in court.   Psalm 127:4-5

SONG: DO NOT BE ANXIOUS –  by Kathleen – with the help of Scripture

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Crossroad Prison Ministries

I remember the first time I read Hebrews 13:3:  “Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them.”

I wondered, “How can I do that?  I don’t even know anyone in prison.”  Then I learned about a ministry where volunteers can go into the county jail and share God’s Word with inmates.  I began doing that—and continued for many years, later focusing on incarcerated teens.  I realize this is not something everyone can do.

Yet there is something followers of Jesus CAN do from the safety and comfort of their homes:  Years ago I became a mentor for Crossroad Prison Ministries!  … https://cpministries.org/    CPM Bible studies go to participating prisoners throughout the U.S.  and beyond.  The Bible studies are available in the English, Spanish, Mandarin and Indonesian languages.

Typically, a mentor new to CPM will correct one Bible study per week and write a letter of encouragement to that prisoner who is taking Tier 1.  When students reach Tier 2 and 3, they are connected with a personal mentor who journeys with them in their studies throughout the entire tier.

The best part?  The recidivism rate drops for prisoners who study the Bible, come to know the Lord and are born again.  What is recidivism? Recidivism refers to a tendency to relapse into criminal behavior.  Inmates who are released and later relapse into criminal behavior,  are re-arrested and re-imprisoned.

In order to become a mentor, one must contact CPM and complete their online form, view the 90-minute training DVD sent to your home which also comes with a manual with an answer key and everything you need to know to become a mentor.  You must indicate agreement with CPM’s Statement of Faith and receive endorsement from your pastor or church board.

The studies always include some essay questions which take longer to assess. Prisoners will often submit prayer requests or share their situations, which helps when composing your letter of encouragement.

Currently there are over 40,000 students enrolled. More prisoners request to be enrolled daily and more mentors are always needed.

How safe is it?  Very!  The prisoner completes his/her Bible study and sends it to CPM headquarters in Grand Rapids, Michigan. There it is checked for contraband and sent to a mentor to correct.  Headquarters also sends the mentor an envelope to use with CPM’s return address in Michigan.  When you write your letter you do not sign your name. Instead, you sign it, “Your CPM Mentor.”

God uses CPM to impact the lives of both prisoners and mentors. Testimonies come from students who say their mentors had just the right words to say when they needed to hear them or that their mentor was like the father or mother they never had.  Mentors write to say they thought they would be the ones ministering but discover the prisoners are also ministering to them!

Is this something the Lord is putting on your heart? For more information go to http://cbi.fm/get-involved.

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A Run for Office

While in public high school, our daughter decided to run for office–junior class secretary.

That year there was a new rule.  Everyone had to run for the same office: class representative. The student winning the most votes would become president. The one with the second most votes, vice president. Those two would choose the remaining officers. I just prayed that our painfully shy daughter would not be hurt or come in last.

She reported one afternoon that all her campaign posters had been torn down and defaced. That night at 9 PM we went to the school with flashlights and put up new posters. I suggested she tell no one. “Hold your head high, smile and thank God.  I believe He is doing a new thing in your life.  God is going to use this.”

The next day after school her posters were again torn down. “Mom, why are they doing this? Why don’t people like me?”

I said, “It’s not people, but it is someone who does not want you to get elected. It could be anyone,  even one of your opponents who sees you as a threat. We need to pray for that person and then thank God because He is allowing this for a reason.”

Every night for over a week we took flashlights to the school and put up new posters.

No one was more surprised than our daughter, when she learned she had been elected president of the junior class!  “President!  Oh No!  Mom, may I call the school and tell them I don’t want to be president?  Just give it to someone else!”

I said, “Take hold of yourself.  We both know that never would you have chosen to run for president.  God knows that. We prayed about it.  God is in this.  I believe He is doing a new thing in your life.  We are both going to pray, pray, pray—and you are going to learn to trust God.  You are going to be very glad you trusted God.”

Sure enough, becoming president of the junior class forced our girl to overcome her shyness.  She gained self-confidence and poise. The following year she organized and became president of the first Bible Club on campus!  I don’t know why we were surprised when the senior class selected her as “Most Likely to Succeed.”

God wants to use us.  He WILL use us—AS we trust in Him.

  • Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.                   1 Thessalonians 5:18
  • “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”     Jeremiah 29:11
  • SONG: GOD IS READYWords & Music by Kathleen; Robin Poem by E. Cheney, circa 1931

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[This life is temporary. This life is short.  When this life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to live forever.  Where will the “real you” live?  Will you live for all eternity separated from God?  Or will you spend eternity in the presence of God in heaven?   Learn more so you can make your most important decision:   http://www.godlife.com/gospel/  and  http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity

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The Fifth Commandment – or Who Cares!

We trained our kids NOT to say “I don’t care!” or “Who cares!”  If they uttered either of these phrases they were asking for trouble.

Both comments are disrespectful and dishonoring, especially to parents.  The Fifth Commandment says to “Honor your father and mother.” One way children honor their parents is in caring about how they respond to them.

Another way children honor their parents is by obeying them cheerfully, not begrudgingly. Parents need to train them to do that.  If we allow our children to treat us—or anyone else—disrespectfully, then we are not training them in the way they should go.  We are not being obedient to God.  We are not helping our children.

My parents loved us with deep affection, yet they were also strict disciplinarians. We never crossed them.  Never!  We had great respect for them and we loved them deeply.

In some ways I compare the love I had for my parents with the love I have for God.  The Bible tells us in Psalm 111:10 that “the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom.”  Exodus 20:20 tells us “the fear of God will keep us from sinning.”  It’s true!

There is a healthy fear of God.  Anyone who does not fear God is foolish.  Even though I loved my parents dearly, I feared crossing them. That is a healthy fear. It kept me in line.

Who cares?  You’d better care—or else!

  • Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.    Proverbs 22:6
  • Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you.     Exodus 20:12
  • The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.     Psalm 111:10
  • SONG:  INTO THE LIGHT – by Kathleen

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The Fourth Commandment

The Fourth Commandment instructs us to keep the Lord’s Day holy.  Notice it does not say to merely keep one hour holy.  Rather, the DAY is to be kept holy.

Our daughter and I were reading Martha Finley’s Elsie Dinsmore novels, written between 1867 and 1905.  Although fiction, they give a good picture of American life in the South, during the late 1800’s.   According to her books, people spent Sunday mornings in church. They rested in the early afternoon. In the late afternoon they returned to church and in the evenings at home they would sing psalms or hymns.

And get this!  They would not sing a song on Sunday that was not a Sunday song!  All Sunday singing had to be worshipful and pleasing to God.

Today many would call this lifestyle legalistic, even though they were simply following the Fourth Commandment.  How our society has drifted!  Can you remember as a child, when stores were closed on Sunday?  I can.

My point:  We have all failed in keeping the Ten Commandments—and I have only mentioned four. That is why we all need a Savior—and there is only ONE.

  •  Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.    Exodus 20:8
  • All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.    Romans 3:12
  • For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.    Romans 6:23
  • SONG:  AT THE FEET OF JESUSLyrics by Liana W. Howarth; Music by Kathleen

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[This life is temporary. This life is short.  When this life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to live forever.  Where will the “real you” live?  Will you live for all eternity separated from God?  Or will you spend eternity in the presence of God in heaven?   Learn more so you can make your most important decision:   http://www.godlife.com/gospel/  and  http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity

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The Third Commandment

The Third Commandment tells us not to take the Lord’s name in vain.

People can dishonor God by their actions—doing something in the name of God with wrong motives.  But I believe this commandment is speaking specifically to the way we use God’s name. We are not to use the word God, Jesus, Christ or Lord without thinking— in a careless or irreverent way.

We frequently hear people say OMG—even some really nice people!  Yet this commandment must be very important to God if He placed it No. 3 on His list!  It’s even above murder!

Get this—It’s the only commandment with a warning:  “The Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses His name.”  This is serious.

Someday we will stand before God.  I don’t think anyone will get away with explaining, “Everyone else was saying it!  I didn’t know it was that important!”   Or, “It just came out of my mouth!  I didn’t even think about it!”   No.  They will be guilty!

Often the inmates in my Bible study would have this habit.  Once they surrendered their lives to Christ they’d want to change, but it was difficult.  The Bible says to, “Let your ‘Yes be Yes’ and your ‘No be No.’”

So I would suggest they prepare in advance, what they want to say, the next time they’re angry or frustrated.  Then I would suggest they practice!

Those practice sessions were humorous!  In the end they’d usually settle on acceptable expressions such as, “No!  Oh dear!  Shoot!  Dang! Darn!”

  • You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God,  for the Lord will not   hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.    Exodus 20:7
  • All you need to say is simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.    Matthew 5:37
  • Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving.    Ephesians 5:4
  • Those who consider themselves religious and yet do not keep a tight rein on their tongues deceive themselves, and their religion is worthless.    James 1:26
  • SONG: SEVEN TIMES A DAYWords from Psalms 119 & 2 Thess. 3:6; Music by Kathleen 

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[This life is temporary. This life is short.  When this life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to live forever.  Where will the “real you” live?  Will you live for all eternity separated from God?  Or will you spend eternity in the presence of God in heaven?   Learn more so you can make your most important decision:   http://www.godlife.com/gospel/  and  http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity

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The First Two Commandments

I used to work with incarcerated youth.  The first time I’d meet with them, I’d explain the gospel message, beginning with the Bible’s teaching that we are all sinners in need of a Savior—and there is only One.  But sometimes inmates don’t even know what sin is!

So I’d take them through the Ten Commandments, found in both Exodus 20 and in Deuteronomy 5.   Sadly, many young people today are unchurched and have never even heard of the Ten Commandments!  Those who have will usually be able to quote two or three:  Thou shalt not steal, commit adultery or kill—that’s it!

One teen said, “I know the second one: “The right to bear arms!”

I’d explain that the first four commandments deal with our relationship with God. The last six deal with our relationship with people.  If I make a list of instructions to be followed, I will put the most important at the top. Near the bottom I might say, “If you have time, do this as well.”

I don’t know if God’s Commandments are in the order of importance, but I suspect they may be. I do believe that if we could just follow the first four—those that deal with God—the others would be a piece of cake. Yet the first four are those that inmates usually don’t know.

The First Commandment is basically this: “I am the Lord your God. You shall have no other gods before me.” God clearly wants to be #1 in our lives. Yet I know I personally have trouble keeping this commandment, because I have a tendency to put myself first before God every day.

The Second Commandment is similar.  It’s almost as if God is saying, “Just in case you don’t get it, I’m going to tell you again using different words: “Don’t worship idols or bow down to them, for I am a jealous God.” Again, God wants to be # 1 in our lives. Why is that?  I believe God created us in such a way, that when we put Him first, we are the most content and the most at peace.

In our western culture, not many people actually bow down to idols.  If I’d ask inmates, “What would you consider an idol today? They’d know! They’d give me such answers as “money, drugs, women or cars.”  I could also add, “your children, sports, fitness.” It’s whatever you put first in your life before God.

Someone said, “Whatever you talk about or think about the most, that is what is most important to you. That is your god.”  I’d say most of us break the first two commandments daily.

  • for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.    Romans 3:23
  • I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. You shall have no other gods before me.     Deuteronomy 5:6-7
  •  You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.     Deuteronomy 5:8-10
  • SONG: I LOVE THE LORD by Kathleen

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