Maturity in Christ
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Road Schooling...on the road of life
  • The Christmas Critter
    A fun, Christ-centered alternative to the popular Elf on the Shelf concept. A Gospel focused, fruitful approach to the countdown to Christmas.
  • The Christmas Critter: Clyde
    Join Clyde as he has adventures and mishaps in his search for the true meaning of Christmas!
  • The Christmas Critter - Pack 2
    Create your own character with a unique name in this pack, and follow his journey of building godly character as his excitement for Christmas grows.
  • The Christmas Critter - Super Hero Pack
    Your Christmas Critter wants to be a superhero for Christmas, but he just isn't sure which super power he wants. Some super powers are just too much for him to handle!
  • Scripture References
    All Scripture references are taken from the King James version of the Bible.

I live with him. He really is just an average guy. (Well, actually I think he is pretty special!) My husband is a fairly typical male. He struggles finding things, loves tools and big engines, tinkers with projects in a storage room/workshop, and whines a lot when he is sick. See? He's just an average guy.

Most pastors and missionaries are just average people. If you met them, you would realize that they aren't super Christians. My former pastor used to say he was going to write a book called "Pastors are People Too!" And they are.

But there is one thing about these men that is special: They have the call of God on their lives. God has separated them out and called them for a special purpose. That's why God blesses those who honor His man and He rewards evil to those who set themselves against His man. It isn't that the man is special. It's that God's calling upon the man is special.

Psalm 54:4-5 "Behold, God is mine helper: the Lord is with them that uphold my soul. He shall reward evil unto mine enemies: cut them off in thy truth."

David wasn't a pastor or missionary, but he was God's man, set aside for a special purpose. Even David recognized that God rewards us according to how we treat His man. When Saul was king, David refused to do Saul harm. Saul was trying to kill David, but David would not lift his sword against Saul. Why? Saul was God's chosen vessel. He was set apart by God for a special purpose.

How do you treat your pastor? How do you treat missionaries? How do you treat preachers? If your husband is one of these, do you remember to treat your husband as God's man? Do you talk bad about men of God? Do you cause them harm? God will reward us according to our treatment of those He has set apart for a special purpose.

Here's something that might ruffle some feathers: How do you treat the President? Do you realize that the President is set apart for a special purpose? It doesn't matter if a person likes the President or not, God has established him as the leader of the country. His office given to him by God deserves respect. God has a special purpose for each president. We do not have to agree with the man, but just like David did for Saul, we should not lift our sword nor our tongue against him with disrespect. How do you speak of the President? Is it with respect to his office?

Do you pray for these men?