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Jun 17 24

Active Faith

by J. M. Farro

   “When Jesus saw their [active] faith [springing from confidence in Him], He said to the paralyzed man, ‘Son, your sins are forgiven.’”  Mark 2:5 AMP

   I was feeling more aches and pains than usual one day, and I thought it might be wise to see my chiropractor, even though I wasn’t due to visit him until the following week.  My husband, Joe, had left me the money to give my doctor on our kitchen counter, but when I saw it, I began debating with myself if I would really need it.  “I probably won’t be able to get an appointment at the last minute.  This is a busy time for my doctor.  But I sure would like to see him today.”

   Right then, the Lord impressed upon me that before I called the doctor, I was to take the money and put it in the front section of my wallet, like I always do when I’m leaving for my appointments.  He reminded me that I had prayed that my doctor would be in that day, and that God would give me favor with him so that I could see him at the last minute.  So I grabbed the money as an act of faith, and put it in my wallet, and I called the doctor’s office, discovering that my chiropractor was happy to squeeze me into his busy schedule that afternoon.

   The Holy Spirit spoke to my heart about how a simple act of faith – such as putting the money in my wallet – can open the door to an unexpected blessing.  He reminded me of a passage in the Gospel of Mark where four friends made a hole in someone’s roof to lower an ailing friend on a mat right in front of Jesus.  The Scripture says, “When Jesus saw their [active] faith [springing from confidence in Him], He said to the paralyzed man, ‘Son, your sins are forgiven.’” (Mark 2:5 AMP)  The Bible reveals that Jesus not only forgave the man’s sins, but He healed him of his infirmity. (v. 10-12)

   The Lord is constantly looking for people with “active” faith – faith that He and others can SEE, expressed through our words and actions.  Our faith should always spring forth from our “confidence in [Christ],” not ourselves, or anyone or anything else.  Put these principles to work in your own life today, and discover for yourself that a small act of faith can be a powerful thing!

   Lord, teach me how to have “active faith” that will enable me to lay hold of all the good things You have in store for me.  Deliver me from doubt and unbelief, and help me to cooperate with You for the building of my faith.  Remind me to keep my confidence in You, and not in myself or others.  Thank You that as I demonstrate faith that You and others can see through my words and actions, lives will be changed, and You will be glorified!

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Jun 9 24

An ‘Easy Thing’ for God

by J. M. Farro

   “You will not see wind or rain, but this valley will be filled with water… The Lord considers that an easy thing to do.” 2 Kings 3:16, 18 GW

   One of my favorite passages in the Bible tells of an alliance of three kings – the King of Israel, the King of Judah, and the King of Edom – marching against the rebellious nation of Moab.  After the three kings march for seven days with their armies, they run out of water for themselves and their animals.  King Jehoshaphat of Judah calls upon Elisha the prophet, who delivers the following message – “This is what the Lord says:  Make this valley full of ditches.  You will not see wind or rain, but this valley will be filled with water.  You, your cattle, and your other animals will drink.  The Lord considers that an easy thing to do.  In addition, He will put Moab at your mercy.” (2 Kings 3:16-18 GW)

   Now, think about this for a moment.  God asks His people to dig ditches in a bone-dry desert, warning them that they won’t see ANY signs that their provision is coming.  And He emphasizes that this feat is an “easy thing” for Him to accomplish.  To their credit, the men take God at His Word and witness a miracle.  Verse 20 says, “The next day at about the time when the morning sacrifice was offered, water suddenly appeared!  It was flowing from the direction of Edom, and soon there was water everywhere.”

   There are many lessons that we can learn from this passage, but let me share just two of them with you here.  First, God can cause our provision and blessings to “suddenly appear” without warning or signs of any kind.  So don’t think that because you don’t see anything happening in your situation, that God isn’t working behind the scenes on your behalf.  Secondly, there may be times when the Lord asks us to prepare for the answers to our prayers ahead of time – not by “digging ditches,” but by some small act of faith.

   No matter how impossible your situation looks today, believe that God is still in the miracle-working business, and that it will be an “easy thing” for Him to exceed your highest expectations!

   Lord, I thank You that You are a miracle-working God, and that nothing is impossible with You. (Matthew 19:26)  Help me to understand and believe that I don’t need to see any visible or tangible signs ahead of time for You to work wonders on my behalf.  Teach me to go to You first with all of my needs, concerns, and desires.  Show me how to cooperate with You for the victory in every situation and circumstance.  Thank You that the things that the world sees as impossible are “easy” things for You!

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Jun 2 24

Even Then I will be Confident

by J. M. Farro

   “Though an army besiege me, my heart will not fear; though war break out against me, EVEN THEN I will be confident.”  Psalm 27:3 NIV

   The Holy Spirit showed me this verse and issued me a challenge:  When faced with adversity or opposition, can I honestly say like David the warrior-king, “Even then I will be confident”?  As I studied this beautiful psalm, the Spirit of God revealed to me how David kept his confidence in the Lord in the midst of his trials.  “My heart says of You, ‘Seek His face!’ Your face, Lord, I will seek.” (Psalm 27:8 NIV)

   David looked to the Lord for help in times of difficulty, danger, and disappointment.  And if we will do the same thing, we will find the same strength, wisdom, and assistance available to us.  One translation of verse 8 says, “My heart told me to come to You, Lord, so I am coming to ask for Your help.” (Psalm 27:8 ERV)  Do some serious soul-searching today, and ask yourself who or what you are in the habit of turning to first whenever trouble comes your way.  If it’s anything or anyone other than God, then I can tell you with absolute certainty that you are missing out on some of the best blessings, rewards, and opportunities that the Lord has for you.

   Imagine a dialogue between you and God…  “Will you remain confident in Me when you are hurting?”  Yes, Lord, even then!  “How about when you are overlooked and unappreciated?”  Yes, Lord, even then!  “When your body aches?”  Yes, Lord!  “When the doctor’s report isn’t good?”  Yes, Lord, yes!  “ When you lose your source of income?”  Yes!  “When a loved one rejects you?”  Yes, Lord, even then I will keep my confidence in You!

   I don’t know what you are going through today, but I can tell you this:  If you will keep your confidence in the Lord, and seek His face, He will turn your trials into triumphs for His glory!

   Lord, when I am faced with adversity, heartache, or disappointment, remind me to turn to You first.  Fill me with Christlike confidence so that even in the midst of pain and turmoil, I will put my trust in You and Your Word.  Speak to me as I get quiet before You, and enable me to hear and to heed Your voice.  Thank You that as I press in to You and Your plans for me, I will experience the divine strength, wisdom, blessings, and benefits that only You can provide!

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May 26 24

The Touch of Faith

by J. M. Farro

   At that moment Jesus felt power had gone out of Him.  He turned around in the crowd and asked, “Who touched My clothes?”  His disciples said to Him, “How can You ask, ‘Who touched Me,’ when You see the crowd pressing You on all sides?”  Mark 5:30-31 GW

   Chapter Five of the Gospel of Mark gives an account of a woman who “had been subject to bleeding for twelve years.” (v. 25 NIV)  We are told that, “When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind Him in the crowd and touched His cloak, because she thought, ‘If I just touch His clothes, I will be healed.’” (v. 28)  Her faith was rewarded, because the Scripture says, “Immediately her bleeding stopped and she felt in her body that she was freed from her suffering.” (v. 29)

   But her story doesn’t end there.  The Bible goes on to say: “At that moment Jesus felt power had gone out of Him.  He turned around in the crowd and asked, ‘Who touched My clothes?’” (v. 30 GW)  His disciples respond with a reasonable question: “How can You ask, ‘Who touched Me,’ when You see the crowd pressing You on all sides?” (v. 31)  The Scripture reveals that Jesus basically ignored His disciples and “kept looking around to see the woman who had done this.” (v. 32)  Finally, the woman came forward and “told Him the whole truth.” (v. 33)  Jesus then says to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well.  Go in peace!  Be cured from your illness.” (v. 34)

   What’s interesting is that even though there were people pressing Jesus on all sides, it wasn’t until this woman touched Him that He “felt power had gone out of Him.”  Why?  Because she touched Him with her faith.  One Bible commentator makes mention of “the supernatural power that flowed out of Jesus at the touch of faith.”  Lots of people were bumping into the Savior that day, but the Scripture doesn’t mention them.  It does, however, highlight this woman’s touch of faith that enabled her to receive the healing she sought for twelve long years.

   Here’s my point:  Simply bumping in to Jesus will not enable us to receive from Him the way that reaching out to Him in faith will.  One way we can reach out to God in faith is to pray faith-filled prayers.  Prayers based on the Word and promises of God are supremely powerful.  Taking steps of obedience are also powerful expressions of our faith.  When we seek the Lord’s will in prayer, and His Spirit prompts us to do something, as soon as we make a move to follow Him, He responds to our step of faith.  Let’s not spend the rest of our lives merely bumping in to Jesus, and missing out on His best blessings.  Let’s reach out and touch Him with our faith every time!

   Lord, teach me how to reach out to You in faith.  Show me how to pray faith-filled prayers that are promise-centered, and not problem-centered.  Reveal to me what steps of obedience You would like me to take each day of my life, and make me quick to obey You.  Help me to cooperate with You on a regular basis for the building of my faith.  Thank You that as I reach out and touch You with my faith, I will reap all of the blessings and breakthroughs that You have for me!

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May 19 24

Don’t Stay Too Long

by J. M. Farro

   “Since we are living by the Spirit, let us follow the Spirit’s leading in every part of our lives.” Galatians 5:25 NLT

   Some years ago, I began seeing a new dentist who came highly recommended to me by my doctor and a relative of mine, after seeking God and praying for His wisdom.

   At first, I really enjoyed going to Dr. B, and I felt as though he did good work.  But then, I noticed that he and his dental assistant were constantly at odds, and I began to feel uncomfortable around them.  I didn’t feel like looking for another dentist again, so I continued seeing Dr. B, even though I couldn’t deny a nagging feeling in my spirit that it wasn’t a good idea.

   Then, during one of my dental visits, Dr. B became so irritated by his dental assistant while he was working on my mouth, that he damaged some of my teeth.  I was appalled, and I insisted that he fix the damage right away, but he refused.  As I walked out of that office, I knew that it would be for the very last time.  And I knew in my spirit that I had stayed too long at this dental practice.

   Over the years, I have had to learn the hard way how important it is to “follow the Spirit’s leading in every part of our lives.” (Galatians 5:25 NLT)  When the Lord tells us to stay somewhere, for our own good, we should stay there.  And when He tells us to move on, it’s best for us to leave.  This can apply to our relationships, our job situation, our career, where we live – or a doctor, dentist, or counselor we are seeing.  When we neglect to consult the Lord in any area of our lives, we are likely to forfeit His best in that area.

   Every day, I like to pray, Lord, make me sensitive and obedient to Your Spirit’s leading in all things, so that I will always walk in Your perfect will and receive Your absolute best!  Today, seek the Lord about how this message might apply to your life, so that You won’t have to miss out on any of the extraordinary plans He has in store for you!

   Lord, help me to follow Your Spirit’s leading in every area of my life.  Make me more and more sensitive to Your leading in all things, as I spend more time alone with You in Scripture reading and prayer.  Show me how to tune in to Your voice, and how to tune out the voices of the world.  Thank You that as I pursue Your will and purpose for my life, I will lay hold of all the blessings and breakthroughs that are my inheritance in Christ!

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May 11 24

God’s Pathway for Your Healing

by J. M. Farro

   “The Lord says, ‘I will guide you along the best pathway for your life.  I will advise you and watch over you.’”  Psalm 32:8 NLT

   The longer I live, the more it becomes obvious to me that there are often many pathways to healing and wholeness.  In fact, there are so many kinds of remedies and treatments available to us today that it can become confusing and bewildering when we need healing in our bodies.  That’s why I have gotten in the habit of seeking God first when I need healing of any kind.  The promise above says that the Lord wants to guide us along His best pathway for our lives, and we can ask Him to do that in the area of healing.

   We can pray, “Lord, lead me along Your perfect pathway of healing and wholeness, and help me to follow You closely, and to cooperate with You fully and joyfully all the way.”  Here, we are not only asking God for HIS means of healing us, but we are asking Him to help us to cooperate with Him in order to hasten our healing, and not hinder it in any way.

   We can even ask the Lord to lead us to the people who are best for us in the healing process.  “Lord, lead me to the doctors and health care providers that are best for me.  Anoint and enable them to do me great good, and no harm.”  Having the right doctors can make all the difference when we are seeking treatment for our ailments and afflictions.  Not only that, but the people who are on staff in these doctors’ practices can even make a big difference.

   I often pray, “Lord, spare me from all unnecessary, unpleasant, and harmful tests and treatments.”  There’s nothing wrong with asking God to spare us from suffering.  His Word is full of promises of protection, deliverance, and healing, and He won’t fault us for claiming them.  In fact, the Bible tells us to, “Put the Lord in remembrance of His promises.” (Isaiah 62:6 AMP)  We can do this by praying the promises that apply to our specific need, by declaring them out loud, and by thanking God in advance for honoring each one.

   Scripture says, “Your road led through the sea, Your pathway through the mighty waters – a pathway no one knew was there!” (Psalm 77:19 NLT)  Don’t put limits on God.  His pathway of healing for you may not look like anything you ask or imagine.  Believe that the Lord wants you healthy and whole, and expect a miracle today!

   Lord, please renew my mind so that I will always believe with all my heart that You want me to live a long and healthy life.  Teach me to avoid the people, places, and things that will do me more harm than good.  Help me to be disciplined about taking care of my body and every aspect of my health.  Thank You that as I cooperate with You for the restoration and preservation of my health, You will lead me along Your perfect pathway of healing and wholeness!

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May 5 24

We’re Still Here!

by J. M. Farro

   “From our very beginning we have faced never-ending discrimination.  Nevertheless, our enemies have not defeated us.  We’re still here!”  Psalm 129:2 TPT

   This verse from The Passion Translation talks about how God’s people have been persecuted and harassed since the “very beginning.”  Those of us who are Christians know what it’s like to be discriminated against, especially in this politically-correct climate.

   The Bible tells us plainly that, “Anyone who wants to live all out for Christ is in for a lot of trouble; there’s no getting around it.” (2 Timothy 3:12 MSG)  We are going to be called all kinds of vile names, and we will be labeled by people who detest Christ and His followers.  But there’s good news.  As the above promise states, our enemies cannot defeat us.  Why?  Because the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are on our side.

   Years ago, when my sons were in their teens, some nasty kids in our neighborhood began attacking our home and property, after I forbid my children to associate with them.  When we had no recourse but to involve the police, we were told that we would have to catch the troublemakers red-handed.  Since the moment the trouble began, I prayed and stood on Jeremiah 20:11 (NIV):  “The Lord is with me like a mighty warrior; so my persecutors will stumble and not prevail.”  One night after a vicious attack on our home, my oldest son took off running after the leader of the gang, and he was able to apprehend the boy when he literally “stumbled” and fell.  That evening, my husband, the police, and the boy’s parents came to an agreement, and we have lived here in peace ever since.

   Yes, there will be times when we feel as though we are facing “never-ending discrimination” because of our devotion to Christ, just as those who came before us down through the ages.  But one thing is undeniably true – to our enemies’ dismay – WE’RE STILL HERE!

   Lord, when people insult me, lie about me, or persecute me in any way, remind me to “rejoice and be glad, because great is [my] reward in heaven.” (Matthew 5:11-12)  Comfort me as only You can when I am hurting in any way.  Fill me with supernatural wisdom and strength to meet and overcome all of my struggles and challenges in this life.  Thank You that by Your grace and power, I will not be defeated and I will not quit!

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Apr 28 24

Christ is Your Real Master

by J. M. Farro

   “In all the work you are given, do the best you can.  Work as though you are working for the Lord, not any earthly master.  Remember that you will receive your reward from the Lord, who will give you what He promised His people.  Yes, you are serving Christ.  He is your real Master.”  Colossians 3:23-24 ERV

   Before my husband, Joe, retired a few years ago, he had a very difficult boss at his job.  This man not only caused my husband a lot of frustration and discouragement, but he disheartened all of the people who worked under him.  Joe was the oldest one in his department, so he did his best to encourage the younger men who worked with him.

   When Joe and his coworkers were having an especially rough day at work one day, and he saw how downcast one of them was, he took him aside and gave him some very wise advice.  He said, “Don’t ever let being treated unfairly cause you to do less than your very best work.”  This is the principle that my husband lived by for his entire work life – over 50 years.

   As it turns out, Joe’s work ethic is very biblical.  Scripture tells us, “In all the work you are given, do the best you can.  Work as though you are working for the Lord, not any earthly master.  Remember that you will receive your reward from the Lord, who will give you what He promised His people.  Yes, you are serving Christ.  He is your real master.” (Colossians 3:23-24 ERV)  These verses can apply to ANY kind of work – including ministry work, volunteer work, child care, and even housekeeping.

   When we, as Christians, keep in mind that our real Boss is the Lord, we will work from a godly perspective – doing our best, and expecting heavenly and earthly rewards from God Himself.  The Bible says, “Well-done work has its own reward.” (Proverbs 12:14 MSG)  May you and I work with excellence in everything we do, so that we can reap the rich rewards we are destined to!

   Lord, I pray that whatever I do, I will work at it with all my heart, as working for You, and not for people.  Remind me often that I will not toil in vain, but I will long enjoy the works of my hands. (Isaiah 65:22-23)  Teach me how to commit all of my work to You, so that my plans will always succeed. (Proverbs 16:3)  Bless all my skills, and be pleased with the works of my hands. (Deuteronomy 33:11)  Thank You that even when I am being treated unfairly, YOU will reward my work, and YOU will pay my wages in full! (Ruth 2:12)

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Apr 21 24

God’s Promise of Forgiveness

by J. M. Farro

   “Lord, if You keep in mind our sins, then who can ever get an answer to his prayers?  But You forgive!  What an awesome thing this is!  That is why I wait expectantly, trusting God to help, for He has promised.”  Psalm 130:3-5 TLB

   When I did something wrong the other day, and immediately felt convicted, I confessed my wrongdoing to the Lord, and asked for His forgiveness.  Instead of receiving God’s forgiveness and cleansing according to His Word (1 John 1:9), feelings of condemnation overwhelmed me.  I knew they were from the Accuser (Revelation 12:10), but I still couldn’t shake off the awful feeling of heaviness.

   Then the Holy Spirit brought to mind some verses from Psalm 130.  “Lord, if You keep in mind our sins, then who can ever get an answer to his prayers?  But You forgive!  What an awesome thing this is!” (v. 3-4)  Suddenly, I felt the heaviness lift off of me, and I knew that God had heard my prayers of repentance, and that He had forgiven me.

   But there’s more.  Because the psalmist trusts in the Lord’s forgiving nature, and His faithfulness to His promises, he fully expects God to hear and help him in his time of need.  “That is why I wait expectantly, trusting God to help, for He has promised.” (v. 5)

   How about you?  When you sin, do you allow Satan to beat you up with accusations for a while, before you receive God’s forgiveness and cleansing?  Jesus didn’t suffer and die so that you and I could live lives of guilt and shame. (Colossians 1:22)  He died so that we could have ready access to Him and the Father, and so we could live lives of abundance and joy.

   Here is God’s wonderful promise to us today:  “If we confess our sins to Him, He can be depended on to forgive us and to cleanse us from every wrong.  And it is perfectly proper for God to do this for us because Christ died to wash away our sins.” (1 John 1:9 TLB)  Ask the Lord to grant you fresh revelation in this area today, so that you can enter into a more deeply intimate and satisfying relationship with Him than ever before!

   Lord, help me to love You, seek You, and serve You the way You desire and deserve.  When I do sin against You, help me to be quick to turn to You in heartfelt repentance.  Cleanse me with the precious blood of Christ, and empower me to be a doer of Your Word, and not just a hearer. (James 1:22)  Thank You that as I am quick to confess my sins to You, I will enjoy the sweet, unbroken fellowship with You that is my inheritance in Christ! (1 Corinthians 1:9)

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Apr 14 24

You will be Strong All Your Life

by J. M. Farro

   “You will be strong all your life.”  Deuteronomy 33:25 ERV

   Here is a too-good-to-be-true promise from the Word of God for every follower of Christ.  No matter how young or old we are, it is never too soon to claim this promise, and it is never too late, either.  Why do I say that?  Because we have a Redeemer who is able to reverse the hands of time, and the damage it has done to our spirit, soul, and body.  And I believe with all my heart that if we will demonstrate childlike faith in His ability and willingness to heal, we will see Him work wonders on our behalf.

   Over the years, I have received some disappointing and distressing news from my doctors about my health.  But I have also gotten some medical reports that left my doctors scratching their heads, and that had me rejoicing and praising God for His goodness and mercy.  What has made all the difference in my life is that I have learned to lay hold of God’s promises to restore and heal, instead of taking medical reports at face value.  I am constantly reminding myself of the Scripture that says, “You do not have because you do not ask God” (James 4:2 NIV), and I don’t ever want to be guilty of not stretching my faith and asking for healing, when God could very well be prepared to restore me to health. (Jeremiah 30:17)

   The great George Mueller said, “Faith does not operate in the realm of the possible.  There is no glory for God in that which is humanly possible.  Faith begins where man’s power ends.”  If we, as born-again children of God, are inclined to pray only for things that are within the realm of human possibility, then we are in big trouble.  And so are the people we pray for.

   When I see that the Bible says, “Your strength will equal your days” (Deuteronomy 33:25 NIV), or “You will be strong all your life” (ERV, my favorite translation of this verse), I am inspired to claim this promise for myself, and to “Put the Lord in remembrance of His promises” as often as I need to. (Isaiah 62:6 AMP)  Scripture says, “Moses was 120 years old when he died, yet his eyesight was clear, and he was as strong as ever.” (Deuteronomy 34:7 NLT)  Are you prepared to stretch your faith in God’s Word, and to go to the next level in your health?

   Lord, fill me with childlike faith in Your ability and willingness to make me whole in every way.  Remind me often that You are a Redeemer who can reverse the hands of time.  Satisfy my desires with good things, so that my youth is renewed like the eagle’s. (Psalm 103:5 NIV)  Cause me to return to the days of my youthful strength, right here on this earth. (Job 33:25 AMP)  Thank You that as I learn to pray for things outside the realm of human possibility, I will witness You working miracles on my behalf!

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