By Nick Harrison
What could Jesus Do? Ask the questions and stay the solutions, each day of the 12 months This specific choice of devotional readings can help you nourish and deepen your religion during the easy but strong day-by-day perform of answering the query, "What may Jesus do?" A jewel of knowledge for each day of the yr, every one access is drawn from Scripture with sensible reflections on how we will dwell the WWJD? lifestyles in addition to inspiring phrases from striking Christian writers, reminiscent of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Richard J. Foster, Charles H. Spurgeon, Billy Graham, Elisabeth Elliott, Martin Luther King Jr.,C.S. Lewis, Eugene Peterson, and so forth. the following, writer Nick Harrison invitations us to simply accept this comparable problem. it truly is "a pledge that the Apostle John says is a surefire attempt of our Christian faith....One yr from now, may well our lives be richer for having taken the time to benefit the teachings received by way of answering 'What may Jesus do?'" 365 WWJD? deals humans of every age day-by-day meals for proposal, warmly reminding us of the numerous methods we will version our daily activities after the lifetime of Jesus.
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Anonymous WWJD? REFLECTION Are there enemies in your life? Perhaps there are those of whom you would never use a word quite as bold as “enemy,” but still there is an unspoken impasse between you and them. Jesus, on the cross, spoke to God of His enemies, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing” (Luke 23:34). Stephen, the first martyr, as he was being stoned, cried out, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them” (Acts 7:60). As Christians, the ball is FEBRUARY / 27 always in our court to follow Jesus in the treatment of our enemies.
But God has not forgotten them. Consider the ministry of Reverend E. V. Hill, pastor of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, who has led his congregation in a massive outreach to the people of blighted area of South Central Los FEBRUARY / 31 Angeles. Or consider David Wilkerson, who returned to start a church in the Times Square neighborhood of New York City, more than two decades after establishing his successful “Teen Challenge” Ministry. Reverend Wilkerson’s classic book The Cross and the Switchblade tells the dramatic story of how this one man was challenged to represent Christ to some of the most hardened youth in America.
Remember that God views the invisible side of our labors, as well as the visible. —St. Patrick WWJD? REFLECTION As a youth, Patrick was captured by pirates and sold as a slave. After six years of servitude he escaped and returned to his home, where he began the ministry that would ultimately lead to the Christianization of Ireland, which in turn became a center of Christian influence throughout Europe. Many of God’s greatest soldiers have undergone excruciating trials before God has used them. Jesus “learned obedience from what he suffered”(Hebrews 5:8).