Tuesday, January 31, 2012

The fields are ripe unto harvest

From: sumner@sumnerwemp.com

One of the highlights of my whole life took place directing tours to Israel back in the 1960's. It was my privilege to lead a tour in the early days when tours just started becoming popular. We had on our tour the grown married daughter of the most world renowned big time athlete in the world. One thing that was so wonderful was the joy of leading her to Christ. I have seen no one more open and receptive to the gospel as she was. What a joy.
With a bus load of people we were headed for Ephesus. For mile upon mile we went through enormous fields of ripe cotton. The fields were almost solid white across the tops. It was a beautiful sight. Suddenly we saw just two men all by themselves, harvesting the cotton with very small hand cycles. I let out a holler to the driver, "stop the bus".
Then I pointed to the people, that is a perfect picture. "The fields are white unto harvest but the laborers are few." Almost everyone got off the bus to take a picture of the verse, "The fields are white unto harvest but the laborers are few." How I wish we could burn that into the heart of every Christian. We could transform the world if every believer obeyed God and give the gospel to every person around them. My idea about it is for each of us to face the fact, we are saved and going to heaven because someone told us how to go to heaven instead of hell. What if the one who did what they did to get us to heaven had not gotten us to heaven? We would be going to hell. That would not be very good. Think seriously about that.

Monday, January 30, 2012


LUKE 23:44-56

Pastor Rick Jackson


1. The Optimum Time [v. 44]

2. The Price Paid [v. 45a, 2 Peter 2:17]

These are wells without water, clouds that are carried with a tempest; to whom the mist of darkness is reserved for ever.
Jude 1:13 Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.

3. The Way Opened [v. 46, Mk. 15:38, Heb. 10:19-23]

And the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom.


1. Faith [v. 47, Matthew 27:54]

Now when the centurion, and they that were with him, watching Jesus, saw the earthquake, and those things that were done, they feared greatly, saying, Truly this was the Son of God.

2. Sorrow [v. 48, 2 Corinthians 7:10]

For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death.

3. Shock [v. 49]


1. His Belief [v. 50-51]

2. His Boldness [v. 52-53]

3. His Beholders [v. 54-56]

Sunday, January 29, 2012


MATTHEW 14:22-34

Adapted from Evangelist Fred Brown by Pastor Rick Jackson


1. Jesus Sent Them [v. 22]

Did He know there would be a storm? Yes. Then why did He send them into it? God tests His people. He does not tempt them but He tests them. We find out two things in testing- (1) our weakness (2) His power.

2 Corinthians 12:9 And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.

Jesus sent them into the storm but where did He go? Up on the mountain. What did He do there?

2. Jesus Prayed for Them [v. 23]


3. Jesus Saw Them [v. 24, Mark 6:47-48]

And when even was come, the ship was in the midst of the sea, and he alone on the land. And he saw them toiling in rowing; for the wind was contrary unto them...

Does God know everything that would befall us in life when I get saved? Every heartbreak, every tear, every sorrow?
What did He do? He ascended up on high.
What's He doing? Praying.
For who? Us.
No storm can overthrow you while He prays for you and you are NEVER out of His sight!


1. Their Position [v. 24a]

"In the midst" It is 7 miles across and they are smack in the middle after all their toil. They are the furthest they have been from land all night.

2. Their Predicament [v. 24b-25a]

They were tired, troubled and in the darkest part of the night- right before dawn.

3. Their Perception [v. 25b-27]

Somewhat confused weren't they? Think about it-
what was troubling them? The sea.
What did Jesus come to them on? The sea.
He came to them on their trouble. If they didn't have any trouble they would not have seen Him. Our troubles give us the opportunity to see God.


1. He Tried [v. 28]

Peter did what no one else even thought of. Can you imagine Thomas' reaction- "You'll never make it. Sit down and quit making a fool of yourself"

2. He Cried [v. 29-30]

We do Peter a disservice by picturing him neck deep in the water. The Bible clearly says "Beginning to sink". He felt it and he responded. He was very aware of beginning to sink. How do we know when you are beginning to sink? We are beginning to sink when we don't pray every day. When we don't open this blessed Book every day. When we don't witness when the Lord gives us opportunity. When we don't give to His work.

By the way- what kind of prayer is a good prayer?
When it's the right length? -some people pray around the world when it's time to eat. "Much speaking"
When it has the right content? - what should Peter have added? what could he have left out?
When it comes from the heart? - you probably won't find a more sincere prayer than Pete's

3. He Relied [v. 28, 30, 31-33]

You'll never know what you can do with the Lord/for the Lord until you try. Peter is the only man to ever walk on water. Don't you imagine the other disciples wondered for the rest of their lives if they could have done it? Don't you imagine they wish they had taken that opportunity? We can do anything the Lord tells us to do- step out on faith and do it!

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Question of the Week: Can people live more than 120 years?

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Q: Can people live more than 120 years?

A: In Genesis 6:3 the Lord said, "My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, for he is indeed flesh; yet his days shall be one hundred and twenty years."
This passage seems to indicate that a human being will not be able to live beyond 120 years of age, yet Psalm 90:10 seems to limit the time span to 80 years. So how long can we really live?
In the context of Genesis 6:3, Moses wrote about the tremendous evil in the world during the time of Noah. He highlighted the sinfulness of the people in very strong terms (Genesis 6:5–8).
Because of their depravity, God destroyed every human being and even the animals. In this context, we can see that Genesis 6:3 does not deal with the length of time a human will live. Rather, it indicates the longsuffering nature of God in the midst of His wrath. He was allowing even the most evil people of Noah's time 120 years before he would judge them with a global flood.

Continue reading what Scripture says about the time before the flood and human lifespans.

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Dino babies: Visions of dinosaur domesticity danced across headlines after a report of the "oldest known dinosaurian nesting site" got imaginations churning. "The imprint of those baby feet, made 190 million years ago" in South Africa's Golden Gate National Park are revealing dinosaur "child-rearing practices," suggesting the Massospondylus "was a caring and doting parent." Read more.

Basic black: At least one feather from the extinct bird Archaeopteryx was apparently black. But more than that: this supposedly 150–million-year-old fossil feather is a very modern black. Surprised researchers found the minute microscopic structure of the feather "identical to that of modern bird plumage." Read more.


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Friday, January 27, 2012

Surrendered Now

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Isaiah 2:5 "O house of Jacob, come ye, and let us walk in the light of the LORD."




Have you ever thought about what Heaven will be like? I think about a real place with real people that we know. In addition, I think of all the things we will have and will not have in Heaven. For example, there are streets of gold (as opposed to asphalt) and mansions (as opposed to my house), but there is no pain, death, worry, or disappointment. Of course, there is no sin! Heaven will be an amazing place!


Heaven will be amazing because of Who is there and what is not there. The bottom line is, God will win. There is coming a "last day," and we are living in the "last days." There are many things that will take place, and there are scores of chapters in the Bible that deal with "end times" and Heaven. However, in the midst of the Old Testament, Isaiah gives us an invitation in the present. God will win, so why not live surrendered now?


As wonderful as Heaven will be, you don't have to wait until you are dead to have fellowship with God. We need God to teach us and guide us. We need God to judge us and correct us. The good news is, we can have it right now!


However, you will not surrender to God's leadership in your life if you are full of other things. The children of Israel were being filled by other people and other things (verses 6-8). The truth is, there is coming a day when "every knee should bow . . . every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." (Philippians 2:10-11) That day is coming, so you might as well surrender to Him right now!You don't have to wait until Heaven to walk in in the light of the Lord!


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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Corrie Ten Boom

by Rebekah Jackson Clark

The last thing I wanted to share today was some things that touched me from a recent book I read. For Christmas, my parents gave me a copy of The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom. I'd read it as a kid, but I wanted to read it again, since I thought I'd get more out of it now that I'm older. The Hiding Place is the story of Corrie ten Boom and her family who helped hide Jews during World War II. They were eventually discovered and sent to concentration camps. They endured many hardships and some of them died. After she got out, Ms. ten Boom spent many years traveling, ministering, speaking, and writing about what God taught her doing those years.

The first thing that really struck me was how Corrie's father didn't answer a question she had. Here's what happened.

"So the line had stuck in my head. 'Sex,' I was pretty sure, meant whether you were a boy or a girl, and 'sin' made Tante Jans [one of her aunts] very angry, but what the two together meant I could not imagine. And so, seated next to Father in the train compartment, I suddenly asked, 'Father, what is sexsin?'

He turned to look at me, as he always did when answering a question, but to my surprise he said nothing. At last he stood up, lifted his traveling case from the racks over our heads, and set it on the floor.

'Will you carry it off the train, Corrie?' he said.

I stood up and tugged at it. It was crammed with the watches and spare parts he had purchased that morning.

'It's too heavy,' I said.

'Yes,' he said. 'And it would be a pretty poor father who would ask his little girl to carry such a load. It's the same way, Corrie, with knowledge. Some knowledge is too heavy for children. When you are older and stronger you can bear it. For now you must trust me to carry it for you.'

And I was satisfied. More than satisfied--wonderfully at peace. There were answers to this and all my hard questions--for now I was content to leave them in my Father's keeping."

Not only is that a straightforward and illustrative way to explain to your children that they can't understand everything right now and that some knowledge isn't appropriate for them, but it's also a great spiritual truth. There are some things we just can't understand right now (for example: Why did that tragedy happen to us? or Why don't we have something that "everyone else" seems to have?), but when we're a little stronger spiritually, He'll reveal what we need to know.

There's another time, where Corrie is frightened after seeing a dead body for the first time. Her father gives her a wonderful piece of advice.

"But that night as he [her father] stepped through the door I burst into tears. 'I need you!' I sobbed. 'You can't die! You can't!'

Beside me on the bed Nollie [one of her sisters] sat up. 'We went to see Mrs. Hoog,' she explained. 'Corrie didn't eat her supper or anything.'

Father sat down on the edge of the narrow bed. 'Corrie,' he began gently, 'when you and I go to Amsterdam--when do I give you your ticket?'

I sniffed a few times, considering this.

'Why, just before we get on the train.'

'Exactly. And our wise Father in heaven knows when we're going to need things, too. Don't run out ahead of Him, Corrie. When the time comes that some of us will have to die, you will look into your heart and find the strength you need--just in time.' "

That just touched me to the core. Whenever I start worrying about something, particularly something that's in my head, not on the horizon, I'm trying to get ahead of God. He will certainly give me the strength I need, but not until I need it.

A few years later, one of her aunts is dying, and the whole family is trying to comfort her. At that time, this aunt (who was always worried about death and very occupied with her "good works") realizes a wonderful spiritual truth.

" 'My dear sister-in-law,' Father began gently, 'there is a joyous journey which each of God's children sooner or later sets out on. And, Jans, some must go to their Father empty-handed, but you will run to Him with hands full!'

'All your clubs...,' Tante Anna ventured.

'Your writings...,' Mama added.

'The funds you've raised...,' said Betsie.

'Your talks...,' I began.

'But our well-meant words were useless. In front of us the proud face crumpled; Tante Jans put her hands over her eyes and began to cry. 'Empty, empty!' she choked at last through her tears. 'How can we bring anything to God? What does He care for our little tricks and trinkets?'

And then as we listened in disbelief she lowered her hands and with tears still coursing down her face whispered, 'Dear Jesus, I thank You that we must come with empty hands. I thank You that You have done all--all--on the Cross, and that all we need in life or death is to be sure of this.' "

What a beautiful prayer! Even now, it touches me again. We can bring nothing to God, for He gave everything to us. Anything that we do is only an expression of gratefulness carried out in obedience to His commands.

During the beginning of the war, Corrie and her sister Betsie were praying, when Corrie experienced a vision of their family being taken somewhere that they didn't want to go. Corrie wondered if she was imagining things or if it was a vision of the future. Here is Betsie's reply.

" 'I don't know,' she said softly. 'But if God has shown us bad times ahead, it's enough for me that He knows about them. That's why He sometimes shows us things, you know--to tell us that this too is in His hands.' "

Several months later, Corrie and Betsie were drinking tea and talking to wait out a bombing that had woken them. When they got back to their bedrooms, Corrie found a large piece of shrapnel on her pillow. Corrie was wondering what might have happened if she hadn't heard Betsie in the kitchen and gone to be with her. Betsie answered her.

"There are no 'if's' in God's world. And no places that are safer than other places. The center of His will is our only safety--O Corrie, let us pray that we may always know it.' "

A true and very wise statement. Painful things may happen to you even when you're in God's will, but there is still no safer place to be.

The last part that touched me comes from the very end of the book. Corrie endured a lot of pain and suffering in the concentration camps. After she got out, she traveled around the world sharing how the love of God can heal hurting people. Her faith was put to the test when one of her former captors came up to her after a lecture. She did not want to shake his hand, but was able to with God's help.

"And so I discovered that it is not on our forgiveness any more than on our goodness that the world's healing hinges, but on His. When He tells us to love our enemies, He gives, along with the command, the love itself."

That is something that I forget often. Even though God has given us many commands, He does not expect us to complete them on our own. He will give us the strength we need to do His will.

These are just a sampling of the encouragements and lessons that I found in this book. I encourage you to read it yourself, as I'm sure that it would touch your heart as well.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012


LUKE 23:26-43

Pastor Rick Jackson


1. The Cyrenian’s Burden [v. 26]

2. The Follower’s Sorrow [v. 27]

3. The Saviour’s Warning [v. 28-31]


1. The Scripture’s Fulfillment [v. 32-33, Isaiah 53:9]

And he made his grave with the wicked, and with the rich in his death; because he had done no violence, neither was any deceit in his mouth.

2. The Saviour’s Prayer [v. 34]

3. The Sinners’ Arrogance [v. 35-39]


1. The Sinner’s Confession [v. 40-41a]

2. The Sinner’s Profession [v. 41b-42]

3. The Sinner’s Possession [v. 43]

Happy Birthday Mama!

Mom's with the Lord and though I miss her greatly I am glad she is where she is for her sake. I know I will see her again for I have the same Saviour that she has.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Full of the Joy of the Lord

by Sumner Wemp


"These things write we (I) unto you that your joy might be full." John 1:4. A little dab of joy won't do you. A bucket of the wrong fun may slay you. Sumner, why have you written so much? That your joy might be full. The fullness of joy will transform you.

I sincerely believe God wants YOU, YES ,YOU to be "full of the joy of the Lord," not the fun of the flesh. God said, "The joy of the Lord is your strength." Nehemiah 8:10. Then God tops it off by saying, "let us lay aside every weight and the sin which does so easily beset us and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross." WOW, this is one of the most powerful statements of the Bible. Jesus "endured the cross for the joy that was set before Him" Hebrews 12:2. You dear Christian can endure anything too by "setting your affections on things above" that lasts for eternity. Now doesn't that make sense? God doesn't want us to run around with a mournful morbid look on our face. There should be a sweet solemn look as we take of the Lord's supper and meditate on the Son of the Living God suffering and dying for our sins. Doesn't that make good sense?
That's one reason we ought to be in the house of God every time the doors are opened. That is one reason the Word of God ought to be opened every day to listen to God. That's one reason we ought to have a little talk with Jesus and tell Him all about our troubles, rather than tell our troubles to those we work with or our neighbors. Dear people, I am so thrilled and honored to have you getting and reading what I pray about, write and delight in having you read what I write. You and I ought to listen to God and do what He says for just a few more years.
Please soak this in. "Why call ye me Lord, Lord and do not the things which I say". I LOVE YOU. I want you to have pleasures in abundance down here and treasures for eternity up there. I am dead serious about that. 
 When I was a pastor a couple moved into our neighborhood. As always I want to be the first one to welcome them and get the gospel to them. They welcomed me into their home and so glad I visited them. I planted the gospel with them. They told me they had two other brothers who were going to move in close by in a couple of weeks. I had our people trained to call me when they saw someone move in and they did. In the next few weeks all three moved in and I planted the gospel with them. Then I had the joy of leading all three couples to Christ. They told me their mother lived not far away and she too was not saved and they were going to get her over and wanted me to come and lead her to Christ. She was in her nineties. A week later they called me and said our mother is here. I went over right away. She was quit feeble. Gently I gave her the gospel. It was amazing how she understood all I told her. Finally I felt sure she understood how to be saved. She prayed with me to accept Christ. She looked up and with her feeble voice, oh so gently began to sing, and clapped her hands "Just as I am, without one plea I have come, I have come." About then Heaven came down and all eight of us burst into tears of rejoicing. That is the greatest joy in all the world and I live for it.


Monday, January 23, 2012

Why and How

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Isaiah 1:11 "To what purpose is the multitude of your sacrifices unto me? saith the LORD: I am full of the burnt offerings of rams, and the fat of fed beasts; and I delight not in the blood of bullocks, or of lambs, or of he goats."




Have you ever forgotten something and run back into the room to grab it, only to completely forget what you were getting?  You can make great strides but forget why! Israel was doing exactly that when Isaiah chapter 1 begins. They were doing great things but had forgotten why.


God's people were doing several good things: sacrificing, coming into the courts of God, bringing offerings, and assembling together for religious reasons. God said, "I am full of the burnt offerings . . . I delight not. . . ." He called their good works vain, abomination, iniquity, and trouble. He even said, "When ye make many prayers, I will not hear. . . ." That is pretty strong! In short, the Israelites were doing all kinds of good things without remembering why they were to do them.


Knowing how to do something is important. A man who knows how will always have a place. But a man who knows why and how is much better! I have found that most of my sermon titles begin with "how." For example, "How to Pray", "How to Read Your Bible", "How to Be a Better Husband".  In fact, there is a whole host of books on "how to" do just about anything!


Ironically, as Christians, we don't struggle with "how to"; we struggle with "why."  We know what to do and how to do it, but we forget why we are to do it in the first place!  Be wise enough to remember why you are doing the good things you do. Nothing you do forGod will please Him when you don't have a heart for God. Don't forget why!



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LUKE 22:63-23:25

Pastor Rick Jackson


Religions are human-made whilst Bible Christianity is Divine in origin.

1. Violence without Cause [22:63-65]
2. Blindness without Excuse [22:66-71]
3. Dishonesty without Question [23:1-2]

II. THE TRIAL OF GOVERNMENT [Rm. 13:1-4, Luke 23:3-25]

The 2-fold duty of government is to praise the good and punish the evil.

1. Political Expediency
2. Failure to Protect the Innocent
3. Failure to Punish the Evil


Most trials concern what has been done but Jesus was put on trial for who He was. Note the only questions Jesus was asked in His various trials.

1. Art Thou the Christ? [22:67-69]
2. Art Thou the Son of God? [22:70]
3. Art Thou the King of the Jews? [23:3]

Sunday, January 22, 2012


JOHN 13:1-11

Pastor Rick Jackson

While visiting in Tn. Some years ago I asked a man who rarely attended church, “Have you ever trusted Christ, have you ever been saved?” He said, “Yeh, I been saved bunches of times!” You’d think he’d got it right one of those times.
A few years later I heard about a Sunday School teacher, soul-winning lady who worked at a Christian school getting saved again for the third time. In the same meeting another lady made her fourth profession of faith. I had heard her second or third testimony on tape and it sure sounded like they understood that time.
Is this practice of making a new profession of salvation over and over right or wrong? What can be done about it? We will seek to clear up some misconceptions by rightly dividing the Word of Truth.


1. Feelings over Facts & Faith [Ps. 51:1-12] Feel married during an argument?

2. Assuming Sin is Proof they are Lost when they are Backslidden [I Jn. 1:6-10]

3. Continuing as Before their Profession [Eph 4:17ff] Baptism? Restitution? Changing?


1. The Teaching that Salvation can be Lost [I Pt. 1:3-5]

2. The Teaching that Saints can’t commit some Sins [II Pet. 2:7-9]

3. The Teaching of Self-appointed Fruit Judges

“I know you can’t judge but you can examine their fruit and know…” In other words, “You can’t judge but you can judge” [Mt. 7:1 Rice note, v. 15-20=false teachers, v. 21-23=God has to judge concerning salvation. We can judge actions or teachings by the Bible but cannot see the heart]


1. We are Encouraged to be Sure “We” are Saved [II Cor. 13:5]

Did I trust Christ? Who do I doubt? – only 2 possibilities.

2. We are Discouraged from Judging Others Salvation except as it differs from the Gospel

[I Sam. 16:7, Mt. 7:1, Rm. 1:16]

3. We are Encouraged as Christians to confess & forsake sin to keep fellowship open while realizing the relationship cannot be broken [I Jn. 1:9, Jn. 6:37-40, 13:1-11]

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Question of the Week: Was Augustine an old-earth creationist?

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Q: Was Augustine an old-earth creationist?

A: Many old-earth proponents in the church today try to use the Christian theologian Augustine (AD 354–430) as a support for their belief in millions of years. However, there are several problems with this view.
To begin with, during the years AD 389-417, Augustine wrote three commentaries on Genesis and discussed the early chapters of Genesis in The City of God. His thinking changed in some ways in the process, and his writings are confusing, even somewhat contradictory, at points. Over the years he fluctuated between allegorical interpretations and literal views. But there is plenty of evidence that Augustine wasn't an old-earther. Rather, he believed that God created everything in an instant and that He described it for us as being completed in six normal days for the sake of our understanding.
Furthermore, Augustine believed the genealogies given in Genesis to be literal chronologies and that the pre-Flood patriarchs lived to be around 900 years. He also stated, "Unbelievers are also deceived by false documents which ascribe to history many thousand years, although we can calculate from Sacred Scripture that not 6,000 years have passed since the creation of man."

Continue reading to see from his own writings what Augustine really did—and did not—believe about creation.

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Green dragon's new advocate: Eugenie Scott, director of the National Center for Science Education (NCSE), is expanding NCSE's "mandate" to include the way "global warming" is taught in the classroom. Read more.

"Tatooines" and three little planets: The mission of NASA's Kepler space telescope is to "find terrestrial [nearly Earth-sized] planets . . . especially those in the habitable zone of their stars where liquid water and possibly life might exist." Read more.


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