Amid Covid – Sheepish

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We all, like sheep, have gone astray, each of us has turned to our own way. (Isaiah 53:6)

If you’ve spent any time in the Scriptures, you know that the Bible compares the saints of God with sheep. There are many reasons our Lord does this; none of them are particularly flattering. Sheep are defenseless and need constant protection; they are directionless and need constant correction; they are skittish and easily spooked, even when there is no reason for it, and need a constant, calming presence. To be compared to sheep at this present time seems particularly pertinent; we are all facing this spooky global pandemic, which has made us all quite skittish!

But there is one reason above all others why the Bible refers to the people of God as sheep so often, and it should provide us cosmic comfort during this unprecedentedly uncomfortable time. Sheep simply cannot survive without a shepherd, and the same is true for the sheep of God. And our God has given us just what we need; we have the only true Good Shepherd . . . and His name is Jesus Christ.

Our Good Shepherd not only loves us and cares for us, but He laid down His life for His sheep. He has protected us from the penalty of our sins; how much more will He protect us from this pandemic, whether we become ill or not? Because our Good Shepherd died and rose from the grave, we have the absolute assurance that the last enemy of man—death—has also been conquered. As Paul said so beautifully, death has lost its sting for the sheep of God.

A good shepherd always stays close to his sheep, who sense his presence and know his voice. At the voice of a stranger, the sheep will run off; but when they hear their shepherd’s voice, they advance in his direction, knowing that they will be safe and secure in his presence. This is where their foolishness finds its end: What sheep lack in direction, they more than make up for in distinction. They know the voice of their shepherd and draw near to him.

We are sheepish when we faithfully follow the voice of our Good Shepherd, regardless of where Hs is leading us . . . which today has been into the path of this pandemic. We are foolish when we do not follow Him. Perhaps we are listening to so many other voices that we fail to hear His still, small voice whispering to us. Perhaps it will take a bit of pain, as C. S. Lewis said, to cause us to hear His voice calling to us. Jesus wants us to look to Him, listen to Him, and advance toward him as we make our way through this time of social distancing and family separation.

Christian, know that social distancing does not apply to our relationship with our Good Shepherd, who leads us into green pastures and restores our souls and who loves us unconditionally, in spite of our foolishness, every step of the way. Please remember this: His perfect love never fails (1 Corinthians 13:8). So be sheepish this day!

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Uncertainty

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If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him (James 1:5)

The COVID-19 pandemic has created global uncertainty that is rising around us like massive mountains of mystery. We hear the prognoses of the medical authorities and instructions from political leaders; both groups often say one thing one day and something quite different the next. So where are we to turn to find truth in these uncertain times? We turn to the only thing in this world that is sure and certain: The Word of God.

James, the brother of our Lord Jesus Christ, instructed us to turn to God for the wisdom we need. When we do, the biblical text assures us, we can be sure we will receive all that is necessary in order to wisely navigate today’s turbulent waterways. We must always remember that the wisdom of this world can only take us so far. Now, when the medical professionals tell us to stay at home to help slow the spread of this virus, that is exactly what we should do. The Word of God tells us that this is one way we can show love to our neighbors, especially those heroes in the health care industry who are on the front lines in the fight against the corona virus. Reflecting the love of God in Christ Jesus to our neighbors is a tangible way we can demonstrate the wisdom we have received from Him.

The wisdom spoken of in James 1:5 is far more than mere knowledge. Wisdom is the ability to take that knowledge and make wise decisions that bring glory to God and good to others. True biblical wisdom is a practical discernment that is rooted in the fear of God and that finds its expression through our faith in God. The more time we spend meditating on and marinating in the Word of God, the more wisdom we will receive from our heavenly Father, who gives generously to all who ask, seek, and knock.

Even during these times of the most pressing uncertainty, we can be certain about the truth of God’s Word. It is a light for those who would otherwise grope around in the dark. It is a compass for those who would otherwise wander aimlessly. It is a refuge for those who would otherwise be battered by the storm winds that are blowing in all our lives at present.

Let me ask you directly: Has this time of uncertainty brought you more regularly into the presence of God through His Word? From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible makes it clear that God is with you, for you, and in you. Armed with these powerful and certain truths, you can deal with any amount of uncertainty the world sends your way, because our Lord assures us that all Scripture is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that you and I may be thoroughly equipped for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Perseverance

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Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. (James 1:12)

Other than our Lord Jesus Himself, there is no better biblical example of perseverance than Job. Satan asked permission to harass Job, convinced that Job would curse God on the other side of his suffering. Now, Job did question God, for he knew full well that God was not entirely absent from the storm winds that had wreaked havoc in his life. Yet Job persevered, because he knew that both sunshine and rain, good and ill, are under the complete, sovereign control of God’s rule. “The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away,” Job worshipped; “may the name of the Lord be praised. In all this, Job did not sin by charging God with wrongdoing” (Job 1:21-22). Job lost his health, his wealth, and all ten of his children; his wife harshly criticized him and his friends accused him of secret sin, yet Job trusted God even when he could not trace him.

The corona virus pandemic did not simply arise apart from the knowledge and will of the omniscient, omnipotent Almighty God. Jesus is not asleep on His throne. COVID-19 is part of God’s perfect plan for this imperfect world. This virus is not good, just as he suffering that Job and his family endured was not good. But behind all of it is our Sovereign Lord, who is working out every detail of our lives in accordance with His perfect purpose. Just because we might not be able to see anything good in this pandemic does not mean that God’s good is not there. And just because we cannot find any good reason for the spread of this virus doesn’t mean there isn’t one.

Listen, a persevering response to this pandemic, which is sending some to the grave and causing many more to get sick, does not in any way deny its painful severity. I fully understand that it is difficult to see how our God is working all this together for our good. But in our hearts we must echo Job, who said, “Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I will depart” (Job 1:21). And along the way, whether our God delivers to us the desires of our hearts or delivers us heartbreak, let us remember that if we knew all that our God knows, we would ask for whatever He has determined to send our way . . . because ultimately that will be for our highest good and for His greatest glory.

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Protection

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Let all who take refuge in you rejoice; let them ever sing for joy, and spread your protection over them, that those who love your name may exult in you. (Psalm 5:11)

To understand God’s protection, we need to understand God. It can certainly seem like God has not protected us at a time when our lives have been tipped upside down by the coronavirus. We are all under a virtual house arrest in order to slow the spread of this virus, and many are starting to feel a little stir-crazy! How can this possibly be God’s “protection”?

First, we must understand what God has promised to protect us from and what He has not promised to protect us from. God promised to protect us from the evil one, not evil itself. In other words, on this side of the grave, God has promised to protect us from the penalty of our sin, but not the presence of it.

Jesus endured the penalty for our sins on the cross. He drank the cup of God’s wrath and died in our place. And for all those who place their trust in His atoning death alone for their salvation, ultimate spiritual protection is assured. Once we are saved, by grace through faith, we are always saved. No one and nothing can snatch us out of His hand (John 10:29). Nothing can separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord (Romans 8:38-39).

And yet, even in our saved state, we will still face storms, suffering, and sorrow. Job was saved and he suffered. John the Baptist was saved and he suffered. Paul was saved and he suffered. Jesus Himself is the Savior and He suffered unimaginably!

The presence of this pandemic in the present day is a result of the sin that has stained this world. When Adam and Eve fell in the Garden of Eden, everything fell with them. Everything in this world is broken, and thus we all face sickness and disease; one day we will all go the way of the grave. God may or may not protect us from this coronavirus. But He has already protected us for all eternity from the sin virus through the life, death, and resurrection of our Savior.

Should we pray for protection from this virus? Absolutely! Should we play our part in slowing its spread? Unquestionably! Should we pray for healing for those who are affected? Unconditionally! But through it all, we must remember that God is more concerned about our character than our comfort. He is conforming us into the image and likeness of His beloved Son Jesus by any means necessary, and those means include COVID-19.

Do you remember what Jesus told His disciples when they asked why a man was born blind? The disciples assumed that the man’s disability was the result of some sin in his own life, or perhaps that God had visited the sins of the man’s parents upon him. The disciples rightly understood the sovereignty of God over all things, but they totally misunderstood His purposes. “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” Jesus corrected them, “but this happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life” (John 9:3).

This pandemic is unlike anything any of us have ever seen, but let us not give in to discouragement or despair! Rather let us pray that the work of God will be displayed in our lives, even as they are upended by this virus.

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Portion

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The Lord is my portion; therefore I will wait for him. (Lamentations 3:24)

If you are anything like me, today’s passage presents a profound comfort . . . but also a personal challenge. To know that the Lord is our portion is to know more than enough to deal with any of the present challenges that we face in the midst of this pandemic—and I am well aware that some of these challenges are severe, even to the point of threatening the earthly existence of some of you. You see, unlike any and all of our earthly portions, such as our prosperity, our professions, and our pleasures, which can be filled to the brim today and utterly emptied by tomorrow, the Lord is a portion who never runs out. Sip from the Fount of every blessing morning, noon, and night, and the next day you have no less to sip, just as the widow in Zarephath had no less to offer Elijah each day when the flour did not run out and the oil did not run dry in the midst of a famine in the land (1 Kings 17:16).

To wait for the Lord can sometimes feel like a challenge of gargantuan proportions. As we are sequestered in our homes day after day, waiting for the Lord to bring us to the other side of the spread of this virus, as we see the numbers of the sick and dying continuing to rise, waiting can feel like trudging through a bleak and barren wilderness. And it is during these difficult times that we must remember that our portion is the Lord Himself, not the good things He has given us. We must remember that the greatest gift we have ever been given is the Gift-Giver Himself.

Beloved, as you look back over your life, do you not see how God has taken all of your struggles and sorrows and sufferings and worked them for your good and His glory? Now, it may be that the wound is still too fresh and too deep, and God’s “good” in not yet in view. Let me urge you to be patient and wait for Him; in due time, He will make good on His promise to work all things together for the good of those who love Him, regardless of the personal price you have paid through His painful providence.

His presence is your portion and He has promised never to leave you nor forsake you. Let that truth lift you above the waves of challenge today and every day until you cross the Jordan and are received by your Portion into your eternal rest.

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid-Good Friday

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For the joy set before him he endured the cross. (Hebrews 12:2)

Today is Good Friday. People often ask me, “Why do we call this day Good Friday when so much bad happened to Jesus—the beatings, the scourging, the crown of thorns, the nine-inch nails, and ultimately dying on a cross?” The reason Good Friday is wonderfully good is because when Jesus willingly sacrificed Himself to pay the penalty for our sins and three days later rose from the dead, it paved the way for everything good that comes from God’s plan of redemption.

Today I want to share with you the Seven Last Words of Christ from the cross. My prayer is that you will meditate on and marinate in these profound utterances, which represent the key that unlocks the door to eternal life by grace alone through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone. You can click here to join in on our Good Friday livestream service, which begins at 12:00 noon Eastern Time or you can view it at any later time.

1st Word – Forgiveness – Luke 23:33-34

When they came to the place called the Skull, there they crucified him, along with the criminals – one on his right, the other on his left. Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.“ And they divided up his clothes by casting lots.

2nd Word – Pardon – Luke 23:39-43

One of the criminals who hung there hurled insults at him: “Aren’t you the Christ? Save yourself and us!” But the other criminal rebuked him, “Don’t you fear God,” he said, “since you are under the same sentence? We are punished justly, for we are getting what our deeds deserve. But this man has done nothing wrong.” Then he said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” Jesus answered him, “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise.”

3rd Word – Love – John 19:26-27

When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, “Dear woman, here is your son,” and to the disciple, “Here is your mother.” From that time on, this disciple took her into his home.

4th Word – Dereliction – Mark 15:33-34

At the sixth hour darkness came over the whole land until the ninth hour. 34 And at the ninth hour Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?” – which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”

5th Word – Passion – John 19:28-29

Later, knowing that all was now completed, and so that the Scripture would be fulfilled, Jesus said, “I am thirsty.” A jar of wine vinegar was there, so they soaked a sponge in it, put the sponge on a stalk of the hyssop plant, and lifted it to Jesus’ lips.

6th Word – Triumph – John 19:30

When he had received the drink, Jesus said, “It is finished.” With that, he bowed his head and gave up his spirit.

7th Word – Reunion – Luke 23:44-47

 It was now about the sixth hour, and darkness came over the whole land until the ninth hour, for the sun stopped shining. And the curtain of the temple was torn in two. Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last. The centurion, seeing what had happened, praised God and said, “Surely this was a righteous man.”

Remember, without the death of Jesus, there could be no resurrection, and if Jesus is not raised from the dead, we are all dead in our trespasses and sins. Oh, Christian, go back to our opening verse and think about this: The “joy” that was set before Jesus when He died on the cross was YOU! Your name was on His cracked lips as He breathed His last and those same lips will speak these words to you on the day you breathe your last breath and enter into glory: “Enter into the joy of your Lord” (Matthew 25:21 NKJV).

This is the Gospel. This is grace for your race. NEVER FORGET THAT . . . AMEN!

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Amid Covid – C.O.V.I.D.

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He who sits on the throne said, “Behold, I am making all things new.” (Revelation 21:5 NASB)

Today I want to encourage you with a simple COVID acronym to strengthen you during this season of separation and social distancing. For too long the word “COVID” has injected doubt, fear, and perhaps even anger into our hearts; from now on, when you hear the word, I hope you’ll be inspired to worship the One who is Lord of all—even the Lord of COVID-19. If this message encourages you, please feel free to pass it on.

C = Christ

These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. (John 20:31)

“This is what is written: The Christ will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations.” (Luke 24:46-47)

O = Our

Who is he that condemns? Christ Jesus, who died — more than that, who was raised to life — is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us. (Romans 8:34)

Since we have a great high priest who has gone through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God . . . Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need. (Hebrews 4:14, 16)

V = Victory

Thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. (1 Corinthians 15:57)

“Do not weep! See, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has triumphed.” (Revelation 5:5)

I = In

“I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.” (John 12:46)

Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 8:38-39)

D = Doubt, Discouragement, Disappointment, Darkness, Disease, and Death

The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it. (John 1:5 ESV)

“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33)

No matter what happens while this terrible virus runs its course, whenever you hear the word COVID, remember that Christ is Our Victory in Doubt, Discouragement, Disappointment, Darkness, Disease, and even Death. Jesus always has the last word. He is the living Word of God! Jesus is sitting on His throne, sovereignly in control of all things, and He is working all things together for His glory and for the good of those who are His.

And Jesus is coming back to finish what He started! One day He will return to earth to make all things new, and the new heavens and new earth He has promised to create for us will be so perfect and so glorious that we will not even pause to shed a tear over the dark times which seem to be brooding over the entire world at this time. They will not even be a distant memory as we behold the perfect splendor of Christ, who is and always will be the Light of the world, world without end. Amen.

Until that day comes, keep looking to the One who holds you in the palm of His nail-scarred hand and has promised never to let you go.

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Almighty Anchor

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We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. (Hebrews 6:19)

As we head into the fourth week of this global pandemic, it can begin to feel as if we are adrift on a sea of uncertainty, trapped on a boat with no rudder as we veer perilously close to running aground on the rocks of disaster. But I want to emphasize to you today that it only seems that way, because the Christian is on a boat that is steadily running its intended course with its sovereign, unwavering Captain standing at the helm.

Our Lord Jesus Christ is the anchor of our souls; He keeps our hope firm and secure, regardless of the storms we find ourselves in, including this unprecedented, unrelenting virus. Jesus has assured His followers that we are in Him (John 14:20), and He has promised to keep us safe in the midst of the storm winds of life. Because we are in Christ, and Christ is unmovable, we too are unmovable when the waves of challenge wash over us, including the challenge COVID-19.

The song “My Soul is Anchored,” written by Douglas Miller, encourages and instructs us to stay anchored in the Lord, no matter how hard or how long the winds of challenge and confusion may blow: “If the storms don’t cease, and if the wind keeps blowing, in my life, my soul has been anchored in the Lord.” Remember, Jesus never promised us a storm-free life; in fact, He told us to expect just the opposite. But He also promised that He will take us through every storm that comes our way. And one day, in His sublime, sovereign timing, He will command the storm, “Peace! Be still!” And the raging waves of COVID challenges will become a flat calm.

We live in a broken, sin-stained world as broken, sin-stained people, and so we suffer. But so did Jesus! The King of kings was “a man of sorrows, and familiar with suffering” (Isaiah 53:3). He who was sinless suffered when he was tempted (Hebrews 2:18). He suffered the heartbreak of rejection by His Father (Matthew 27:46), and he suffered the unimaginably agonizing punishment for your sins and mine (1 Peter 2:24). And Jesus the Christ endured all that suffering so that we would one day enter into the new heavens and the new earth, where there will be no more sickness, no more sorrow, no more suffering, and no more death.

Until we cross the Jordan and reach our glorious, eternal abode, let us fix our eyes on our Almighty Anchor, who promises never to leave nor forsake us. “Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy set before him endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God” (Hebrews 12:2).

You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Power in Powerlessness

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He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9)

No one likes to feel powerless. Yet in times like these, we are all faced with this absolute biblical truth: We are powerless! We like to think we are in control of our lives until something like COVID-19 smacks us upside the head, reminding us that we are not. But there is a Power that can give us great comfort when we feel most powerless. I’ve quoted Steve Brown here before, who likes to say, “God is bringing you to the end of yourself” . . . to which I add, “And the sooner the better!”

Powerlessness is actually power beyond measure, because that is the place where we acknowledge that we are not in control of our lives. Daniel flatly told Belshazzar that “God . . . holds your breath in His hand and owns all your ways” (Daniel 5:23 NKJV), and what was true for the king of Babylon is just as true for you and me.

But before going on, know this: powerlessness is not—most definitely not—a place to pull over on your life’s journey and put your life in “Park.” It is however, the place that opens the door that will connect you with the one true Power in the universe, and His name is Jesus Christ. This is the place where surrender intersects with strength—true strength, a God-honoring strength—a power that will never flicker, falter, or fail us. This was the place where Paul lived his life of service to the Savior, for he knew well that “When I am weak, then I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:10).

Beloved, God is as all-powerful as He is all-present, even in the midst of this pandemic and even when it looks as if He is not engaged. But think back; He did not look all-powerful when the young shepherd boy laid aside armor and sword, taking only a sling and 5 smooth stones to face the giant Goliath. But He was! God did not look all-powerful when a little boy handed over his five loaves of bread and two fish to Jesus to feed a crowd of thousands. But He was! Make no mistake, our God will always appear underwhelming to the watching world. And that is the way He most likes to work, so that when the victory is achieved, there can be no doubt as to Who was responsible for it.

We will get to the other side of this virus, by God’s grace and by practicing our mandated social distancing and the “stay-at-home” orders. But when we do, remember that it was God who brought us through. To be sure, He has provided every means available for us to be responsible citizens of this world as we love our neighbors and obey our civil magistrates. But it is our all-powerful God whose power is made perfect in our weakness. And so let us “Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power” (Ephesians 6:10).

To my church family, I can only say that you have no idea how much I miss you and how much I love you. You are in my prayers and in my heart.

Purpose and Passion,

Pastor Tommy

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Amid Covid – Almighty Fools

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God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. (1 Corinthians 1:27)

Today is the First of April, which traditionally is an annual day of playing practical jokes and pulling hoaxes on others. The perpetrator of the trickery will reveal their behavior by shouting “April Fools!” at the person who was the object of the prank; the victims of the chicanery are referred to as “April Fools.” Now, I suspect that while we are in the midst of this worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, not many people are feeling lighthearted enough for playing pranks . . . or for being on the receiving end of one either! But since today is “Aprils Fools Day,” I’d like to encourage you to be an “Almighty Fool.”

Today’s verse provides a powerful word of encouragement for those who are in the family of faith. We are not God’s adopted children because of anything “good” that is in us. When Jesus left His throne in heaven and came to this earth, He chose twelve disciples; note well that He did not choose those whom the world considered wise or powerful or influential. On the contrary, He choose a few poor fishermen and even a despised tax collector, all men of low esteem and position in the community. They had no special learning or ability to do what Jesus was calling them to do.

The world would have expected Jesus to choose the scribes, Pharisees, and teachers of the Law, but He did not. He chose the foolish things of this world to shame those who exalted themselves as wise; He chose weak people to shame those who presumed themselves to be strong.

Why would Jesus do such a thing? He had available to Him the elite within the religious community, as well as the elite outside of it—learned Greek philosophers and powerful Roman rulers. Yet He chose the powerless and uneducated so that that no one would mistake the reason for their success in ministry. The more foolish they looked to the watching world, the more glory would be ascribed to the wisdom of God. The more powerless they appeared, the more praise would be given to the strength of the sovereign Lord. Whatever good they were to do would all be attributed to the only One who is truly good (Luke 18:19), and who had called them and empowered them to do it.

When was the last time you considered yourself to be an “Almighty Fool?” You may not be greatly esteemed in the eyes of the watching world, but you are of inestimable value in the eyes of the One who chose you to be His. Remember, you don’t need any special education, position of influence, wealth, or wisdom to be a servant of Christ and to show His love to a lost, broken, and hurting world.

And at this time, when tens of millions of people around the world are gripped by uncertainty, fear, and even despair, remember that all you need to minister to them is Jesus and the willingness to go where He is calling you to go and to do what He is calling you to do. We have been instructed to avoid coming into physical proximity with others, so your ministry this day may be as simple as picking up the phone and reaching out to someone you haven’t spoken with in some time in order to let them hear a calm, loving, caring voice—a simple action that can carry a profound impact.

So . . . probably no Aprils Fools’ jokes today; but let us instead be Almighty Fools who are intent on spreading the love of Christ to a world that needs Him now, more than ever!

Purpose and passion,

Pastor Tommy

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