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Apr 17 17

Supernatural Strength

by J. M. Farro

“He gives power to the faint and weary, and to him who has no might He increases strength [causing it to multiply and making it to abound].”  Isaiah 40:29 AMP

Have you ever been in a difficult place and felt that perhaps God was not as sensitive to your plight as you had hoped?  I have.  The last time I wrestled with feelings like these, the Lord led me to a passage in Isaiah 40 that opened my eyes and lifted my heart.

Verse 27 (NLT) in this passage says:  “How can you say the Lord does not see your troubles?  How can you say God ignores your rights?”  When all of life seems to be crushing down on us, it can be easy for us to think that God isn’t paying enough attention to our situation, but nothing could be further from the truth.  God cares for each one of us personally, and He is never too busy to hear us or to help us.  The psalmist confirms this when he says that God “will listen to the prayers of the destitute, for He is never too busy to heed their requests.” (Psalm 102:17 TLB)

The next verse in Isaiah 40 says:  “Have you never heard?  Have you never understood?  The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of all the earth.  He never grows weak or weary.  No one can measure the depths of His understanding.” (v. 28 NLT)  God is all-knowing and all-powerful, and He is keenly aware of everything that concerns us.  He is constantly on the job.  He never grows tired or weary, even of hearing our requests.  He is “alert and active” every moment of every day. (Jeremiah 1:12 AMP)  Yet we can actually limit God’s involvement in our lives by underestimating His power and His love.  Instead, we should resist trying to figure Him out (Isaiah 55:8-9), and simply approach Him with “childlike faith.” (Psalm 116:6 NLT)

The next verse in this passage says:  “He gives power to the weak and strength to the powerless.” (v. 29 NLT)  When we are feeling weak and weary, and we call upon God, He will strengthen and empower us with His very own power – the same power that raised Christ from the dead. (Ephesians 1:19-20)  The apostle Paul probably experienced more hardship and trials than most of us ever will, and yet he was able to maintain a Christlike attitude through it all.  How did he manage that?  By depending upon God’s “superhuman energy” that flowed in him. (Colossians 1:29 AMP)  We have access to the same power, and as we walk in close fellowship with the Lord on a moment-by-moment basis, we can draw on that power whenever we need it.

Isaiah 40:30 (NLT) says:  “Even youths will become weak and tired, and young men will fall in exhaustion.”  The strength of even the mightiest of humans pales in comparison to the power of the Most High God – the power that He reserves for those who trust Him and know how to draw on His strength.  It doesn’t matter how old you are; if you live your life depending on the strength of Almighty God, you will be able to do things in your old age that you couldn’t do when you were a youth.

The last verse in this passage says:  “But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength.  They will soar high on wings like eagles.  They will run and not grow weary.  They will walk and not faint.” (v. 31 NLT)  In other words, those who choose to “wait for the Lord [who expect, look for, and hope in Him]” (AMP), will gain supernatural, divine strength.  They will literally exchange their own feeble strength for Almighty God’s.  When we are in a difficult situation, the Lord will enable us to rise above our difficulties if we will make a firm decision to put our trust in Him.  As we confess Him as the source of our strength, and wait in faith for Him to act, we will be able to rise above any discouragement or distractions that come our way.  Are YOU making the most of the supernatural strength you have inherited in Christ?

Lord, whenever I am feeling weak or weary because of draining circumstances, show me how to tap into Your limitless strength.  Teach me how to live my life depending on all of the heavenly resources You have put at my disposal as a follower of Christ.  Thank You that as I rely on Your grace and power, I will fulfill my divine destiny and lead multitudes into Your kingdom!

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Apr 10 17

How to Get ‘God’s Everything’

by J. M. Farro

“I urge you to pray for absolutely everything, ranging from small to large.  Include everything as you embrace this God-life, and you’ll get God’s everything.” Mark 11:24 MSG

When the baseboard heater in our living room died, we knew that we had to replace it before the winter came.  I instinctively knew that the Lord wanted me to ask Him for guidance in the situation, so I began earnestly praying about it.  In the meantime, my husband, Joe, began doing online research and making phone calls to find out where we could purchase the exact same baseboard heater.  Oddly enough, Joe’s efforts kept proving unsuccessful.  And he was totally baffled.  I told him that maybe God had another option for us, and He wanted us to seek Him for direction.  That’s when I checked my email and found ads for media fireplaces.  Now, I had never even heard of a media fireplace before, and neither had my husband, but we were intrigued by the idea of replacing our living room TV stand with a console that housed an electric fireplace.  So we began shopping for one locally, and we found a beautiful piece of furniture that would hold our big screen TV, and that would heat our living room at the same time.  LED lights created a realistic log-burning-fire effect that made our home feel cozier than it ever had before.  And I marveled that the Lord remembered how many hours I had spent watching a burning “yule log” on TV from the time I had been a little girl.

For more than 15 years, I have wanted to replace our front-loading washing machine with a top-loading model.  Every time we would pass the appliance departments of stores we were in, I would look at the top-loaders longingly, but my husband, Joe, would immediately dismiss the idea, saying, “We have a septic system, and top-loaders use too much water.”  I knew he was right, so I did my best to put the idea out of my mind, and to resign myself to buying another front-loader.  When we began seriously shopping for a new washing machine, we went to a local appliance store where we had bought appliances in the past.  Joe warned me not to even look at the top-loaders, and to only focus on the water-saving front-loading machines.  Yet, I felt a “check” in my spirit.  Just before we made our purchase, I told Joe that we would come back another time.  I had been earnestly praying for God’s wisdom all along, and I told Him, “Lord, if there is a top-loading machine that saves water, please lead us to it.”  I didn’t know if any such appliance even existed, but if it did, I wanted to know about it before I settled for a washing machine I didn’t really want.  I did a search online and discovered a top-loading machine that featured the latest water-saving technology, and Joe and I found one locally.  I was overjoyed, and I was so thankful that I had consulted God for a new appliance, instead of settling for less than His best.

God says in His Word:  “Call to Me and I will answer you.  I’ll tell you marvelous and wondrous things that you could never figure out on your own.” (Jeremiah 33:3 MSG)  This is an invitation from the Creator of the universe to call on Him for guidance in any and every situation.  Too many believers put limits on God and His promises, and think that they only need to consult Him for important, weighty, or major matters.  But the Lord puts no restrictions on His invitation.  He doesn’t say, “Consult Me for this, but not for that.”  No, instead, He says:  “I urge you to pray for absolutely everything, ranging from small to large.  Include everything as you embrace this God-life, and you’ll get God’s everything.” (Mark 11:24 MSG)  “God’s everything” in my cases listed above included a cozy media fireplace and a top-loading water-saving washing machine.

Scripture tells us:  “Trust God from the bottom of your heart; don’t try to figure out everything on your own.  Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go; He’s the one who will keep you on track.” (Proverbs 3:5-6 MSG)  If you are trusting God in a situation, then you will not be trying to “figure out everything on your own.”  You’ll be consulting Him for His wisdom and direction, and you’ll be “listening for God’s voice in everything.”  Then, He will do His part in the process, which is to “keep you on track.”  And “on track” means you get His best in the situation.

The Bible says:  “Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He will give you the desires and secret petitions of your heart.” (Psalm 37:4 AMP)  I didn’t even know that media fireplaces existed, but God did.  He knew that I had grown up watching yule logs on TV at Christmastime, and how having a media fireplace would fulfill the desire of my heart.  I didn’t know that water-saving top-loading washing machines even existed, but God did.  And He provided one for me when I was just about to resolve myself to settling for second best.  So I tell you today, don’t make decisions – large or small – without consulting the Lord.  He promises to surprise you and delight you when you turn to Him for help!

   Lord, I regret all the times I made decisions apart from You, and missed out on Your best for me.  Put a desire in my heart to seek You for Your wisdom, guidance, and direction every time I face a difficulty or decision.  When I’m tempted to try to figure out things on my own, instead of consulting You and trusting You, remind me of what it can cost me.  Give me a sense of peace when I am on the right track, and a lack of peace when I’m off course.  Thank You that as I do my part in the process, You are faithful to do Yours!

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Apr 3 17

Lies of the Enemy

by J. M. Farro

“[The devil] is a liar and the father of lies.”  John 8:44 NIV 

   When you and I go through dark and difficult times, as Jesus said we would (16:33), one of our greatest challenges is to refuse and ignore the lies that our greatest enemy, Satan, is likely to tell us.  One of the reasons that the Savior spoke so much about our archenemy was that He wanted us to be aware of, and alert to, the devil’s attacks and strategies.  What are some of the lies that we might consider to be truth? 

   The first and greatest one is that God doesn’t love us.  We hear John 3:16 quoted so often that there’s a danger we’ll forget or discount its powerful truth:  “For God loved the world so much that He gave His one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life.” (NLT)  If you are a parent, as I am, then you have a greater understanding of just how much love had to be involved in God’s sacrificing His own Son, especially to die the gruesome death that Jesus did.  In speaking of His own sacrificial act, the Savior told His disciples, “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” (John 15:13 NKJV)  When I hear or read these words, it’s as if Jesus is telling me, “If you ever begin to doubt My love for you, remember that I willingly died for you.”  Then I often say out loud, “Thank You, Lord, that You love me!”

   Another lie that we might hear from the enemy in difficult times is that because we caused our own problems, it’s up to us to fix them.  The truth is that failing to ask for God’s help in times of adversity will only compound our troubles.  Scripture says that when we go through trials, the Lord wants us to ask for His wisdom.  James 1:5 (NIV) says:  “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.”  You and I may not see any way out of our trouble, but our God always sees a way, and He will show us the way if we will ask Him in faith.  Do you feel unworthy to receive the Lord’s help?  Then meditate on the Amplified translation of Hebrews 4:16:  “Let us then fearlessly and confidently and boldly draw near to the throne of grace (the throne of God’s unmerited favor to us sinners), that we may receive mercy [for our failures] and find grace to help in good time for every need [appropriate help and well-timed help, coming just when we need it.].”  Hallelujah!

   When you and I are hurting, it can be tempting to believe the devil’s lie that God wants us to suffer.  If so, we can counter the enemy’s lies with the truth of Scripture.  Lamentations 3:33 (NLT) says that the Lord “does not enjoy hurting people or causing them sorrow.”  In fact, the Bible makes it clear that when we hurt, God hurts.  “In all their suffering He also suffered, and He personally rescued them.  In His love and mercy, He redeemed them.  He lifted them up and carried them through all the years.” (Isaiah 63:9 NLT)  The Lord doesn’t just walk through our troubles and trials with us, but He lifts us up and carries us all the way through to victory. 

   It’s not unusual for Satan to try to convince us that there’s simply no hope for us, when nothing could be further from the truth.  The Apostle Paul wrote that we belong to “the God of hope”. (Romans 15:13)  And he should know.  He endured a multitude of painful tests and trials, but he never lost his hope in God.  Paul tells us in First Corinthians about a time when he “despaired of life itself” because of the trouble he was facing.  In order to regain his hope, he reminds himself of how God rescued him in the past, and how worthy He is of our trust.  Paul says, “[the Lord] has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and He will deliver us again.  On Him we have set our hope that He will continue to deliver us.” (2 Corinthians 1:8,10 NIV)

   If you are facing some daunting circumstances today, I urge you not to buy into the devil’s lies.  Instead, choose to put your trust in God and His promises, and watch Him work all things together for your good and His glory! (Romans 8:28)

   Lord, forgive me for the times I put more faith in the devil’s lies than in Your Word.  Help me to renew my mind to Your truth, and to act on it in times of trouble, instead of acting on my feelings.  Thank You that as I make a quality decision to trust You in dark and difficult times, You will deliver me, and prove Your faithfulness to Your promises again and again!

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Mar 27 17

Wild and Wonderful Answers to Prayer

by J. M. Farro

   “God can do anything, you know – far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!”  Ephesians 3:20 MSG

   In walking closely with God over the past 25 years, I have discovered that when He impresses on my heart to pray for someone – and I comply – some pretty wild things can happen as a result.

   As I was going about my daily business one morning, the Holy Spirit led me to begin giving thanks for my husband, Joe, and for his being such a faithful provider for our family for more than 40 years.  As I gave thanks, I realized how much I had taken my husband for granted all these years, and I immediately felt remorseful, and confessed my lack of gratitude and appreciation to God.  That’s when the Lord strongly impressed upon me to pray for Joe to receive more rewards and recognition for his hard work.  The Spirit of God brought to my remembrance Proverbs 31:31 (TLB): “Praise [him] for the many fine things [he] does.  These good deeds of [his] shall bring [him] honor and recognition from people of importance.”  I began earnestly praying and claiming this promise for my husband, trusting the Lord to act on his behalf on his job.

   A few weeks later, Joe came home from work sounding heartbroken and depressed.  When I asked him what was wrong, he told me that some executives at work decided to change the person who he directly reports to.  Inwardly, I panicked.  I instinctively knew that the changes at work had been a direct result of my prayers.  I poured out my heart to the Lord, and I asked Him to cause these changes to work together for Joe’s good, according to His promise. (Romans 8:28)  We discovered that Joe’s new supervisor was intent on determining how productive my husband was being on the job.  He had Joe keeping records of all of his tasks, and all that he accomplished during working hours.  My husband chafed under the new leadership, and he felt the heavy weight of this new burden each day he reported to work.

   Joe’s new boss had much more authority than his old one, so it was vitally important for this man to see Joe performing well on the job.  My husband painstakingly wrote down in detail what he was accomplishing during his working hours.  Day after day, as his boss looked at these daily reports, he became more and more impressed with Joe’s performance.  All of a sudden, Joe was hearing reports of how he was outperforming his coworkers, and excelling at everything he put his hand to.  Because Joe’s new boss had so much authority at Joe’s workplace, he was able to call for recognition and rewards for my husband that his previous boss never could.  When Joe announced that he was receiving a monetary reward for his outstanding performance at work, no one was happier for him than I was.  Now Joe’s bosses use him as an example of what an excellent worker and employee should be, and my husband is enjoying going to work every day.

   Very often, when the Lord wants to do something new and wonderful in someone’s life, He will impress upon us to pray for them.  Many times, He will prompt us to pray about a certain area of their life, such as their work ethic, their job situation, their spiritual condition, or something else.  If we have a very personal and intimate relationship with the Lord, we will be more sensitive and obedient to these promptings.  And we will see God move mightily in people’s lives.  But be prepared.  When you start fervently and faithfully praying for someone, God may start shaking things up in the lives of the ones you’re praying for.  Things may seem to get worse at first, and you may wonder if you did something wrong.  If you will resist the urge to panic, and turn promptly to the Lord for His perspective in the matter, you will most likely find out that everything is proceeding according to His mysterious and glorious plans.

   Scripture says:  “God can do anything, you know – far more than you could ever imagine or guess or request in your wildest dreams!” (Ephesians 3:20 MSG)  I have seen God do some pretty wild and wonderful things in people’s lives as a result of prayer.  And I believe that if His people would pray more, we would all see even more radical moves of God.  What is the Lord’s Spirit impressing upon your heart today?

   Lord, teach me how to have a closer walk with You, and make me sensitive and obedient to Your voice.  Show me how to pray the prayers of Your heart for myself and others on a regular basis.  Fill me with a growing passion for Your presence and Your Word.  Help me to partner with You to touch and change the lives of multitudes for Your glory.  Thank You that as I am quick to follow Your Holy Spirit’s promptings, I will witness radical answers to my prayers for myself and others!

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Mar 25 17

Join “J. M. Farro Devotionals” Group on Facebook!

by J. M. Farro

Dear Friends,

I have started a new group on Facebook, “J. M. Farro Devotionals,” where I will be posting my weekly devotionals, and where members and I can share our insights, experiences, and prayer needs with each other.

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I look forward to connecting with you on Facebook soon!

Sincerely in Christ,

Joanne (J.M.) Farro

 

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Mar 21 17

Loving God and People

by J. M. Farro

   “The command we have from Christ is blunt:  Loving God includes loving people.  You’ve got to love both.” (1 John 4:20 MSG)

   The other day, I received a letter from a young lady who happens to be struggling with some of the same things I am right now.  She said that while she was enjoying her relationship with God more than ever before, she was finding herself becoming increasingly irritated with other people.  She asked me, “How could anyone love God, and struggle so much with loving people at the same time?”  She desperately wanted to make a difference for God, and to reach out to others with the love of Christ, but she knew that she needed a change of attitude before that could happen.  And I knew how she felt. 

   Just this morning, I was sitting at my kitchen table, enjoying my time alone with God, reading His Word and praying.  I heard my husband stirring downstairs, and I silently pleaded, “Lord, please don’t let Joe interrupt my time with You now!”  Suddenly, my husband decided that it was the perfect time to invade our kitchen and make himself something to eat, and I wanted to scream.  Instead, I recalled a day only last week when I lashed out at him for interrupting my quiet time with God.  I felt so convicted that I made a quality decision that day to never let it happen again.  I knew I couldn’t do it in my own strength, and I stood on the Lord’s promise which says, “I can do everything God asks me to with the help of Christ who gives me the strength and power.” (Philippians 4:13 TLB)

   Why is it that so many Christians have no trouble loving God, but they often find it difficult to be around other people without becoming irritated and critical?  Because, as the Bible says, we are born with hearts that are “desperately wicked.” (Jeremiah 17:9 NKJV)  And that’s exactly why God sent us a Savior in the Person of His Son, Jesus.  When we receive Christ as our own personal Savior, we are given His Holy Spirit to dwell in us, and to help us become more like Jesus.  But it doesn’t happen overnight.  Scripture tells us that we are changed “from glory to glory.” (2 Corinthians 3:18 NKJV)  And the Amplified translation reveals that as we study God’s Word, and apply it to our lives, we are accelerating our spiritual progress by cooperating with God’s Spirit.  “And all of us, as with unveiled face, [because we] continued to behold [in the Word of God] as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are constantly being transfigured into His very own image in ever increasing splendor and from one degree of glory to another; [for this comes] from the Lord [Who is] the Spirit.” (2 Corinthians 3:18 AMP)

   The apostle James wrote: “With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made in God’s likeness.  Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing.  My brothers, this should not be.” (James 3:9-10 NIV)  It amazes me how I can worship God one minute, and then turn around and lash out at my husband the next.  And to think that I have done this very thing during my daily devotional time!  Do I really expect the Lord to bless and reward my efforts to grow closer to Him, when I am mistreating one of His own children?  The truth is that God is very much concerned about how we treat others.  As the apostle John wrote:  “If anyone boasts, ‘I love God,’ and goes right on hating his brother or sister, thinking nothing of it, he is a liar.  If he won’t love the person he can see, how can he love the God he can’t see?  The command we have from Christ is blunt:  Loving God includes loving people.  You’ve got to love both.”  (1 John 4:20-21 MSG)

   If we want to have the kind of intimate, vibrant relationship with God that Jesus died for us to have, then we are going to have to ask Him on a regular basis to change our hearts.  I often hear myself praying:  “Lord, please change me.  I don’t want to be like this, and I can’t change myself, so I’m asking YOU to change me.”  If you will pray that kind of prayer with sincerity, you will witness the life-changing power of God in your life.  The Lord wants to change you even more than you want to change.  And He has included promises in His Word that you can pray and stand on for your victory.  One is Philippians 1:6 (NIV), which says:  “He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”  If you are a believer in Christ, you don’t have to live your life constantly irritated, unsettled, and rattled.  You can experience the peace of God every day, if you will set your heart on seeking Him, and living His way.  May this precious promise from the Lord encourage your heart today:  “For God is working in you, giving you the desire to obey Him and the power to do what pleases Him”! (Philippians 2:13 NLT)

   Lord, forgive me for the times I have praised You one minute, and criticized others the next.  Teach me how to cooperate with Your Spirit so that I can become more like Jesus all the time.  Thank You that as I devote myself to You and Your Word, You will change me, bless me, and use me for Your glory!

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Mar 15 16

New “Promise-Powered Prayers” Book from J. M. Farro!

by J. M. Farro

Inside, you will find prayers which are designed to activate “the self-fulfilling power” of God’s promises from the Scriptures, including prayers for safety and protection, deliverance and healing, help in times of trouble, wisdom and guidance, prosperity and provision, as well as prayers for your children and grandchildren, your job situation, your career, and your ministry.

Also included are twenty devotional messages which will show you how to pray effective prayers in the midst of turmoil, how to resist fearing human opinion, how to discover a purpose for your pain, how to avoid faith failures, how to lay hold of radical blessings, how to hear from God for yourself, and how to adopt the right attitude when the wicked succeed.

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Apr 4 15

New from J.M. Farro: The Promise-Powered Life for Parents devotional book!

by J. M. Farro

Inside, you will find 50 Spirit-led devotionals showing you how to pray and claim God’s promises for your children’s salvation, safety, and deliverance; how to believe God to restore wasted years; how to monitor and pray for your children’s relationships; how to persevere for prodigals; how to prepare for and deal with “empty nest syndrome”; how to pray and expect the Lord to provide supernaturally for yourself and your children; how to discipline and instruct your children the Bible way; how to stand up to attacks against your family; how to let go and move on when it’s God’s will for you; how to revitalize your marriage; how to overcome disappointment and disillusionment as a parent; and much more.

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Nov 23 14

New from J. M. Farro: The Promise-Powered Life for Men devotional book

by J. M. Farro

 

Contains 50 Spirit-led devotionals showing you how to fulfill your God-given purpose and potential; how to revive your relationships and marriage; how to deal with temptation, addictions, or joblessness; how to believe God for miracles; and how to receive God’s provision in times of adversity.

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Apr 19 14

New Book from J. M. Farro – “The Promise-Powered Life for Women”

by J. M. Farro

The Promise-Powered Life for Women: How to See the Promises of God Fulfilled in Your Life

Contains 50 Devotionals on the Topics of Health, Weight, Finances, Family, Relationships, Dating, Overcoming Addictions, and Much More!

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