7 Ways to Walk in the Opposite Spirit

When people treat us badly, we can "walk in the opposite spirit." This 1-minute devotion explains.

It is so easy to judge our behavior by the behavior of others, but that's not our standard. We must learn to do the right thing even when others do wrong.

"We do not dare to classify or compare ourselves with some who commend themselves. When they measure themselves by themselves and compare themselves with themselves, they are not wise." 2 Corinthians 10:12

Instead, we should measure our actions with Scripture:
1. Walking in humility even if others are proud.
2. Confessing and repenting of our sins even if others excuse and justify theirs.
3. Opposing the popular evils of this world even if others embrace them.
4. Being considerate even if others are inconsiderate.
5. Standing up for God's words even if others deny or dilute them.
6. Obeying God carefully even if others are careless.
7. Pursuing God's Kingdom even if others pursue their own kingdoms.

Matthew 13:24-30 says there are pretenders in the body of Christ, and we must not let them influence our faith. Instead, we should be influencing theirs.

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For a personal example of walking in the opposite spirit, read about my experience in Didn't Want to Do It, but Did It Anyway. And read about A Crazy Idea in Romans 12:14-21.

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When people treat us badly, we can "walk in the opposite spirit." This 1-minute devotion explains.

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How Not to Say "I'm Sorry"

We can say we're sorry and actually make things worse. So let's follow these 3 Biblical principles.

HOW
we say "I’m sorry" is critically important.
 
We can apologize:
1. Without genuine sorrow.
2. With an excuse attached.
3. With a blame-shift attached.
4. With a self-righteous attitude.
These things prove we're not repentant.

When we're confronted with a sin, we should:

1. Ask God to show us specifically what we did wrong.

For example: "Will you forgive me for being critical and short-tempered today?" 
Not: "If I did anything to bother you today, I'm sorry." 
Not: "I'm sorry I haven't been at my best." 
Not: "Sorry if I bothered you. That's just the way I express myself."

2. Remember forgiveness is a gift we don’t deserve.

Forgiveness is always an undeserved gift from God and from the person(s) we offended. We should never demand forgiveness or expect a person to "get over it" easily. See Forgive Me or Else!

3. Allow some time between our apology and a discussion if necessary.

It’s important to work through things and reconcile, but timing is important. Explanations that quickly follow an apology may sound more like excuses. 

So next time we’re wrong, let's offer a sincere, heartfelt apology. The Lord is eager to help us do this. And it's important for our relationship with the Lord and with others.

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To reinforce and better understand the truths in this devotion, see: 


Paul talks about genuine repentance in 2 Corinthians 7. Also, read James 4:8-10 and David's sincere apology in Psalm 51. Check out the Bible Love Notes collection of one-minute devotions in the collection called Our Need for Repentance. Go through those devotions with your small group or Bible study for a well-rounded look at godly repentance.

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We can say we're sorry and actually make things worse. So let's follow these 3 Biblical principles.


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Is Your Church Serving Up Yeasty Sweet Rolls or The Bread of Life?

Some churches are refusing to confront sinners and allowing the yeast ungodliness corrupt their fellowship. This 1-minute devotion explains.

In 1 Corinthians 5, Paul rebukes the Corinthian church for failing to confront church members involved in sexual sin. 

He explains that “this sin is like a little yeast that spreads through the whole batch of dough,” and Christians “must not associate with anyone who claims to be a brother or sister but is sexually immoral or greedy, an idolater or slanderer, a drunkard or swindler.” 

Sadly, the yeast of sin is affecting the ministry of many modern churches, and we’re more apt to hear lessons about comforting sinners than confronting them. 

God expects us to interact with ungodly people, but not ungodly people who profess to be Christians.  If we don't confront such people, our entire church or fellowship will be tainted by the yeast of their sin.

It’s important to have an appropriate attitude and purpose when confronting people (Galatians 6:1; James 5:19-20), but confrontation isn’t meant to be comfortable for the sinner. It rebukes and restores the sinning believer or identifies the fake believer (1 John 3:6).

Sadly, some churches are more likely to scrutinize and criticize the person confronting a sinner than they are to scrutinize or criticize the sinner. 
 
I wonder if the modern church would have rebuked Nathan for the way he confronted King David and criticized Paul for the way he confronted Peter (2 Samuel 12:1-13Galatians 2).

This failure to address sin means that many of our churches are serving up yeasty sweet rolls instead of the bread of life (John 6:35).  

Let's pray that Christians will see sin as God sees it.

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Our churches should welcome unsaved people even if they are living sinful lifestyles, praying that the preaching, teaching, and fellowship will convert them. 

But church members who are living ungodly lifestyles should be confronted as explained in Matthew 18:15-18 and 1 Corinthians 5

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Some churches are refusing to confront sinners and allowing the yeast ungodliness corrupt their fellowship. This 1-minute devotion explains.




Miriam Didn't Finish Well

Miriam's life offers an important lesson for all of us. This 1-minute devotion explains.

As a little girl, she protected her baby brother from those who wanted to drown him (Exodus 1:6-22; Exodus 2:1-8).

As a woman in her 80's, she danced with joyous abandon when the Lord delivered His people from Egyptian slavery by parting the Red Sea (Exodus 15:20-21).

But her final recorded act is a petty, jealous attack on humble Moses, the baby brother she'd once protected (Numbers 12:1-15).

Miriam's story warns us not to rest on our past faithfulness but to keep growing and pressing on to take hold of everything God has for us (Philippians 3:10-16).

The true stories in the Old Testament offer good and bad examples and many strong warnings to stand firm (1 Corinthians 10:1-13).

Miriam's life is one of those warnings to keep on fighting the good fight  (1 Timothy 6:12-14).  

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To read about a Bible character who fought the good fight throughout his difficult life, see the collection of 1-minute devotions about Joseph. I especially recommend Genesis 50:20 Eyesight.

Note: Miriam was Moses' older sister, and Moses was 80 years old when God called him at the burning bush. Therefore, Miriam was probably in her late 80's or early 90's when they crossed the Red Sea.

Scripture offers other important truths about Miriam, many of which have application to our lives. I encourage you to discover some of those truths in the Bite Size Bible Study based on this devotion.

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Miriam's life offers an important lesson for all of us. This 1-minute devotion explains.



Harrison Butker Upset the Anti-God Forces

When they stand before God, who will be ashamed: Butker or the anti-God bullies who attack him?

Kansas City Chief's kicker Harrison Butker gave the commencement speech at the Catholic Benedictine college
. He didn't threaten anyone, but he disagreed with the ungodly forces in our culture, so they are furiously demanding he be fired.

They claim,“His comments were sexist, homophobic, anti-trans, anti-abortion and racist. These dehumanizing remarks against LGBTQ+ individuals, attacks on abortion rights and racial discrimination perpetuate division and undermine human rights.” (source)  

What did Harrison Butker do?
In an appropriate venue, he explained his personal and religious views. Being Protestant, I don't hold some of the same Catholic views he expressed, but he has a right to express them. And I do agree with his biblical views about abortion and LGBTQ lifestyles which are the ones that made the anti-God forces so angry.
 
They claim that Butker insulted women. Not trueI listened to his entire speech (here), and he said culture lies about the unimportance of homemaking. And he praised his wife as a homemaker. (source)  But the anti-God forces are sexist and they think homemaking is unworthy of praise.

Nothing he said was racist, a completely false claim.*

Let’s pray for Harrison Butker and his family as they experience what Christ predicted for people who speak God's truth (John 15:18-19).

And let's ask ourselves if we're willing to take a stand for truth knowing it could cost us something (Luke 9:23; Luke 14:25-33).

Please take time to read the notes below. This event is significant and we must fully understand the implications.

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Notes
The anti-God forces don't know the definition of dehumanizing.” 
It's dehumanizing to promote the killing of innocent babies. It's dehumanizing to encourage adults and children to damage their healthy bodies with surgeries and drugs in an attempt to become a gender they can never become. And it's dehumanizing to promote sexual lifestyles that send people to hell. 

The anti-God forces don't know the meaning of sexist.
Suppose some celebrity said his wife was a corporate lawyer and he was upset with those who thought women couldn't be lawyers because his wife found the greatest meaning in her life by being a lawyer. Would anyone claim he was sexist? No. But the anti-God forces want us to value women working outside the home, but we dare not value homemakers.

*The anti-God forces don't know the meaning of racism.
The only reason they might be claiming that Butker is racist is because he mentioned that the Antisemitism Awareness Act could prohibit churches from sharing the biblical account of Christ's death. 

Butker isn't alone in his concerns

Al Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary said, evangelical Christians are among the most significant and the strongest allies of Israel and of the Jewish people.” But he is also concerned because the definition for anti-Semitism in the Antisemitism Awareness Act calls it illegal to claim the Jews killed Jesus. 
 
Mohler explains, “There is more to the story of the crucifixion of Jesus than the betrayal of Jesus by the Jewish people, but that is nonetheless a central part of the biblical narrative. And thus, you look at this and realize that according to this definition, the Gospel of John would be considered anti-Semitic. 

Mohler goes on to explain that instead of fighting anti-Semitism, the law very likely will be used against Christian preaching. (source)
 
In addition, Kansas Senator Roger Marshall also believes the Act goes too far: As a born again Christian I believe that the Holy Bible is the word of God. I think that we’re not supposed to alter the word. So I’m just guessing the House overlooked something.” He plans to offer an amendment when the Act comes before the Senate to strike that part of the definition that could make parts of Scripture illegal to share. (source)
 
Rep. Jerry Nadler, a New York Democrat who is Jewish, said he has spent most of his life fighting antisemitism, but urged his colleagues to oppose the bill. (source)

Butker spoke against a law that could limit Christian freedom. And this made the anti-God forces angry because their goal is to limit our freedom. They didn't like Butker sharing his religious views at a religious institution commencement, and if the Antisemitism Act passes unamended, you can be sure they will start dictating what we can preach in our churches. This is totalitarian control, plain and simple, and we must wake up!
 
We need to be praying, putting on the full armor, and fighting the fight of faith!

Who do you think will be ashamed when they stand before the Lord, Butker or those who are bullying him and attempting to kick him out of the NFL?

“But I tell you that everyone will have to give account on the day of judgment for every empty word they have spoken. For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.” ~ Jesus, Matthew 12:36-37

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When they stand before God, who will be ashamed: Butker or the anti-God bullies who attack him?



How Important Is Accuracy to You? What Are Your Priorities in Life?

If you tend to make excuses for errors in gospel teachings like The Chosen, you need to adjust your priorities.

We wouldn't use a mechanic who did “mostly good” work but made a few small errors that could cause dangerous
collisions “down the road.” We care about our car, our safety, and the safety of others. 

And we wouldn't recommend a surgeon, dentist, or plumber who did “mostly good” work.

The gospel is even more important. So we shouldn't be satisfied with presentations that are “mostly good.” Small errors can lead to dangerous collisions between truth and deception “down the road.”  

The Chosen is “mostly good,” but some things in it collide with truth. If you choose to watch it, use discernment, and be willing to address the errors because some are significant.
 
For example: Christ's “I Am” statements are extremely important elements of Christ's character. No one has a right or a reason to make up new ones. But The Chosen not only created a new one, it created one that contradicts Scripture. 

The Chosen Jesus proclaims, “I am the law of Moses, even though the law was our guardian until Christ came (Galatians 3:23-24), powerless to save us (Romans 8:1-4), and the ministry that brought death (2 Corinthians 3:7-11). 
 
For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. John 1:17
 
If millions of people benefit from The Chosen, should we overlook this and other errors it contains that confuse and contradict Scripture? Do we care more about our car than our faith?

If the majority of Christians explained the good things in The Chosen and referenced the errors, I wouldn't be as concerned. But most Christians are ignoring or defending these errors.

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If you are a Chosen fan, I hope you'll take the time to read through these notes and check out the resources below.

Why does The Chosen include errors when it's not necessary?

No matter how much good comes from something, it doesn't justify scriptural contradictions. If we're not offended by someone putting words in our Savior's mouth that contradict or confuse the truths of Scripture, we need to pray for the right attitude toward God's Word. 

See People Aren't Saved by Making the Gospel Popular.

Who is being exalted in The Chosen?

I'm also deeply concerned when I hear Christians defining their faith by things in The Chosen that are not from Scripture. For example, there are popular Bible studies and study guides based on the script, not Scripture. And The Chosen has produced more hype for things Christ didn't say—such as Get used to different”—than for the actual statements of Christ.

Jenkins has proved that he lacks discernment.

Christians trust Dallas Jenkins to give them an accurate view of Christ even though Jenkins has publicly stated that his practicing Mormon friends worship the same Jesus he worships. It takes very little research to understand that the Mormon Jesus and the Mormon gospel are extremely different from the real Jesus and the real gospel. In order to worship the true Jesus, Jenkin's Mormon friends must reject Mormonism and its heretical beliefs. They cannot be combined with genuine biblical faith. 

Despite the fact that Jenkins is encouraging Mormons that they are saved and that he is voluntarily defending the display of gay emblems by his employees on set, millions of Christians are trusting him to accurately share the gospel with the world. And they are more likely to defend Jenkins than to defend the gospel.

Not simply artistic license.

I may not agree with the presentation of Matthew as having OCD or Mary Magdalene as being an alcoholic, but those are not the things that deeply concern me. I'm talking about things in the script that directly contradict God's Word. 

I believe things like The Shack, Jesus Calling, and The Chosen test our attitude toward God's Word. They define what matters to us most—popular, attractive, flawed presentations of the gospel, or biblical accuracy. 

Many Christians don't have the knowledge to see the errors in these popular books and movies, and those of us who know God's Word have a responsibility to point them out. We will be criticized for doing this, but our loyalty to God's Word should be stronger than our loyalty to a popular miniseries. And we need to pray that those who claim to be saved by watching the miniseries are saved to the true Jesus, not The Chosen Jesus. And we need to pray that they pattern their lives on the true words of Christ, not the scripted words in The Chosen.

See 4 Bad Excuses for Accepting Books and Entertainment that Distort the Gospel

 

Resources


Examining The Shack—A Collection of Helpful Articles

This collection addresses specific statements in the book which deny the biblical understanding of God, sin, and forgiveness. It also includes articles about the author of The Shack's theology book that he published which confirm his heretical beliefs. In addition, it shares concerns from well-known Bible teachers. 


Are You Willing to Address Scriptural Contradictions in The Chosen?

This collection contains an article with more scriptural proof that “the law of Moses” is not a fitting name for Christ. It also contains articles on The Chosen's misrepresentation of John the Baptist, Dallas Jenkin's view of Mormonism, Jenkin's protection of a gay flag on his set, and Jenkin's contradictory statements.


See also Please Examine the Claim of the Jesus Calling Author 

and/or Jesus Calling: Are Sarah Young's Claims Biblical?  




If you tend to make excuses for errors in gospel teachings like The Chosen, you need to adjust your priorities.


Bible Love Notes

An Army Wife's View of Submission

This 1-minute devotion explains an Army wife’s unique perspective on biblical submission.

After more than fifty years of marriage, I'm so grateful for the wisdom and protection submission provides (
Ephesians 5:22-24Colossians 3:18-19). I'd like to share my perspective on submission using a military analogy. 

My husband was a career soldier. Drafted in 1972, he became an officer in 1974 and served twenty-two years. 

In the military, there's a parallel ranking system: commissioned and enlisted/non-commissioned officers (NCOs). The lowest commissioned officer outranks the highest NCO. 

When my husband was a captain, having only four years' experience as an officer, he became a company commander in charge of one hundred men. 

The highest-ranking NCO in his company was his first sergeant, a twenty-year veteran soldier who was smart, experienced, and effective. But he worked for my husband. He had to obey my husband’s commands. 

Because my husband was a good officer, he valued his first sergeant's experience and advice. But, in the end, my husband made the decisions and took responsibility for the results. 

My husband was no more valuable to his company than his first sergeant, but he was in charge. 

I've always thought this military relationship, while not an exact fit, was a good analogy for submission in marriage. A good husband trusts his wife’s advice and involves her in decision-making. She has experience and perspective that he lacks, but she submits to his decisions. 

Submission isn’t about value or importance. It’s about order. 

None of us carry it off perfectly. But the more loving our relationship, the better it works.

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Note: I realize that some of my readers are single and this devotion may not seem particularly relevant, but I hope it gives you a better understanding of how God's design brings order and blessing to our lives.

Helpful Resources for Understanding Submission


⮞Scriptures about submission:

"Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior. Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything." Ephesians 5:22-24

"Wives, submit yourselves to your husbands, as is fitting in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives and do not be harsh with them." 
Colossians 3:18-19

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This 1-minute devotion explains an Army wife’s unique perspective on biblical submission.


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People Aren't Saved by Making the Gospel "Popular"

We need to understand that the true Jesus is never going to be popular and we need to quit changing God's Word to make Him more acceptable.

The Bible is God's message to mankind. It’s divinely inspired (2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21; 2 Peter 3:15-16).

We must never accept anything that alters, redefines, or misapplies God’s Word. 

God's Word is perfect. But that doesn’t mean it’s popular. It always has been and always will be rejected by the majority. 

Yes, large crowds followed Jesus on earth. But He explained that most of them did so for selfish reasons, and, in the end, most people rejected Him—not just Pharisees (John 6; John 7:1-5; John 15:18-21). 

When we know Jesus, we can't help but love Him wholeheartedly, but it should never be our goal to make Him popular with culture. Instead, we must present His character and His gospel accurately, carefully, fully, and without altering it in any way. 

Anyone who changes the slightest truth in God’s Word does so in disobedient pride. We should judge every teacher, preacher, book, and gospel presentation according to biblical accuracy, not popularity. In fact, popularity is sometimes a sign of error.

Ponder the passages below.

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False teachers have always attempted to make the gospel attractive to the world:  

"For such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve." 2 Corinthians 11:13-15

We shouldn't be surprised that people are attracted to slightly altered gospel presentations, especially when those presentations present a false Christ who affirms people instead of calling them to repentance:

"For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear." 2 Timothy 4:3

No Bible teaching should add beliefs to God's Word or deny beliefs in God's Word. The book of Revelation ends with a strong warning not to add to or subtract from the prophecies presented in Revelation, and while this command specifically addresses Revelation, it's a principle that applies to all things in God's divine Word (Revelation 22:18-19).


We need to understand that the true Jesus is never going to be popular and we need to quit changing God's Word to make Him more acceptable.


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Bent Out of Shape

When we're mistreated, we can find great help and guidance in the message of Philippians 2:5-8. This 1-minute devotion explains.

All of us face injustice and mistreatment during our lives, in small ways and sometimes in large ways. As a Christian I understand how God uses these things to strengthen and mature us. But I can still get 
bent out of shape when someone mistreats me.

When this happens, I know that my only hope for getting “unbent” is to meditate on the attitude of Christ.
“Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus:
Who being in very nature God…made himself nothing…humbled himself and became obedient to death—even death on a cross!” Philippians 2:5-8
These things are far beyond any mistreatment any human being has ever suffered. And Christ suffered them completely for our benefit. 

When I get bent out of shape, it helps me to remember what Christ has done (Hebrews 12:1-3). It doesn't make it easy, but it helps me bend my thinking back in the right direction. 

“Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. Romans 12:1-2

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When we're mistreated, we can find great help and guidance in the message of Philippians 2:5-8. This 1-minute devotion explains.



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Beware When Someone Claims Scripture Has Been Misunderstood for Centuries

Beware of this tactic of false teachers: claiming they know more than Bible scholars throughout history.

If someone tells you a Scripture has been misunderstood for thousands of years, that's a clear indication they are promoting a false teaching.  

This is a major tactic for justifying cultural sins that are clearly condemned in Scripture. 

But even if we don't fall for this tactic which discredits Bible scholars throughout history, we'll still be pressured by other false teachings to reject the biblical attitude toward sin. 

Instead of seeing sinners as people choosing to do something against God's loving commands, we'll be told they're victims who shouldn't be confronted with their sins.

There’s nothing wrong with updated views on things like technology, fashion, weather, and industry. But God's Word is unchanging.

Just because culture approves of certain sins doesn't mean God does. We must never forget that sin damages people's souls, and we have a responsibility to share God's warnings because they are an unchanging element of His unchanging love.

“Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away.” Matthew 24:35  

“All your words are true; all your righteous laws are eternal.” Psalm 119:160  

“Your word, LORD, is eternal; it stands firm in the heavens.” Psalm 119:89 

“The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God endures forever.” Isaiah 40:8 

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Learn how to respond to this tactic in regard to false teachings about LGBTQ lifestyles: Responding to Gay Revisionist Theology.

Another false teaching, the Hebrew Roots Movement, claims that Christians have misinterpreted passages that tell us we are no longer under Old Testament laws. See All or Nothing: Hebrew Roots Movement.

See also Was Submission Paul's Idea which explains how some people discredit thousands of years of Bible truths by claiming the human authors were culturally inspired, not divinely inspired.

Beware of this tactic of false teachers: claiming they know more than Bible scholars throughout history.



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