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November 19, 2016
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The Connection with Skip Heitzig

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  • Make a connection, make a connection
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  • at the foot of the cross.
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  • female: Hi, and welcome to our new series with Pastor Skip
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  • Heitzig of Calvary Albuquerque called "Playlist."
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  • If you compiled a music playlist to describe your life,
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  • what songs would you choose?
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  • In this series, Pastor Skip scrolls through the Psalms,
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  • tapping into a number of songs that wrestle with and relish in
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  • the very nature of God and his relationship with mankind.
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  • We pray that God uses these messages to reach people around
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  • the world, and we're privileged when we hear stories
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  • of changed lives.
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  • If this message impacts you, we'd love to hear about it.
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  • Just send an email to mystory@calvaryabq.org.
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  • And if you'd like to support this ministry financially,
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  • at the end of the broadcast, we'll tell you about a valuable
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  • resource available to you for your gift to "The Connection."
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  • We invite you to turn in your Bible to Psalm chapter 1 as we
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  • find out what it takes to experience true happiness in
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  • this message called "Happy."
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  • male announcer: Music reflects life's journey.
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  • Using lyrics to explore the human experience has always been
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  • significant and powerful, even thousands of years ago
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  • in a playlist we now know as the book of Psalms.
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  • Are you happy?
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  • Do you want to be?
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  • We all do.
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  • In this message, Pastor Skip reveals what it takes to
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  • experience true happiness.
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  • Please open your Bibles to the book of Psalms chapter 1.
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  • Skip Heitzig: Christians who move the world are those people
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  • who don't let the world move them.
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  • That's why we need to be careful in what we listen to,
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  • and whose advice, and who we hang with.
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  • The third thing we say no to is bad actions.
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  • Look at it yourself, "Blessed is the man,
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  • oh how happy is the one who does not walk in the counsel of the
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  • ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners,
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  • nor," here it is, "sits in the seat of the scornful,"
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  • or the mockers.
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  • This is a very popular seat to take these days.
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  • If you sit in the seat of the scorner,
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  • the mocker, especially mocking all things God,
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  • you will be very popular.
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  • It's popular to say, "Oh, those unintelligent people
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  • who actually believe in the Bible.
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  • Didn't you see your latest PBS documentary?
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  • We know the things in the Bible can't be true."
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  • And so, we find ourselves in a unique position.
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  • Today, we are the enemy.
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  • We are the ones, at least many of them say,
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  • who say, "Yeah, those religious, crazy,
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  • right-wing nuts, they're the ones that are preventing real
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  • progress to happen in this country.
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  • So, once again, just notice the slowing,
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  • walking at first, slow down to a standstill,
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  • and eventually you take a seat.
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  • And this is a position of influence.
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  • You have something to say.
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  • You have something to say that's not good,
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  • you are mocking.
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  • Let me submit to you that Peter took this route.
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  • Peter was once walking, following,
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  • pursuing Christ Jesus, got arrested.
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  • Peter that night found himself in a courtyard,
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  • standing among people who are not sympathetic
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  • toward the cause of Christ.
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  • Eventually, he himself sat down and denied
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  • that he even knew Jesus.
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  • Walking, standing, and sitting.
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  • So, the happy person is described by what he declines.
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  • Second, the happy person is described in what he delights.
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  • Verse 2, "But his delight is in the law of the Lord,
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  • and in his law he meditates day and night."
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  • So, now the psalmist moves from all the don'ts to all the do's.
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  • A lot of people brag about what they don't do.
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  • It's a negative righteousness.
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  • "I don't listen to music. I don't watch movies.
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  • I don't smoke, and I don't chew,
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  • and I don't go with girls that do."
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  • Well, yippee for you.
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  • What do you do?
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  • Not just what you don't do, but what do you do?
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  • A lot of people have enough of God to make them decent,
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  • but not enough to make them dynamic.
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  • So, the psalmist moves from what he doesn't do to what he does.
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  • And notice what his attitude is toward the Bible.
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  • "His delight is in the law of the Lord."
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  • Does not say his duty is to read your Bible every day.
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  • His drudgery is picking up the book, and opening it up.
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  • "His delight is in the law of the Lord."
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  • One translation says, "He finds his greatest pleasure
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  • in the law of the Lord."
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  • He looks forward to it, why?
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  • Because this book is the means toward an end,
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  • and the end is an encounter with the living God.
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  • So, I want to know the Word of God so that I can get
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  • to know the God of the Word.
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  • I want an encounter with him. And this book does that for me.
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  • Let me give you an example. A young woman has a boyfriend.
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  • She can't always be with him, but she can carry,
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  • and she does in her purse, a photograph of him.
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  • The photograph is a reminder that speaks to her of him.
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  • So, when she's away from him, when nobody's looking,
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  • she'll pull it out, and she'll look at it longingly,
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  • and maybe even give a surreptitious kiss toward it.
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  • Now, the picture isn't him.
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  • It's a substitute of him, and not even a great substitute,
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  • but it reminds her of him, and speaks to her of him.
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  • And so does the Bible to us.
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  • It reminds us of him, it speaks to us of him,
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  • it gets us in touch with him, and we encounter him.
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  • And here's what's even more amazing.
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  • I want you to consider this.
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  • When David wrote Psalm 1, and he talked about the happy person
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  • delighting in the law of God, the only Bible
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  • he had were the first five books of Moses.
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  • He was talking literally about Genesis,
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  • Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy.
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  • His delight is in that.
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  • How many people do you know today that would say,
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  • "My delight is that"?
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  • There's only one group I know, and that's you.
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  • I mean, Wednesday nights come, and you're going,
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  • "Hot diggity dog, we're in Leviticus, Numbers."
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  • We, however, have 66 books, we have the whole Bible.
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  • We have a treasure trove of truth.
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  • And concerning the laws of God, it was David who wrote,
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  • and we will see it in Psalm 19, "More to be desired
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  • are they than gold; yea, than much fine gold,
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  • sweeter also than honey in the honeycomb."
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  • Let me tell you my story.
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  • A few months ago, I was on an airplane,
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  • a Southwest flight to be exact, and I was next to a man
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  • who had a book, he was devoted to his book.
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  • It was a book of crossword puzzles.
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  • His head was in it, his head was down,
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  • he's writing, and he's thinking.
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  • He didn't come up for air except maybe,
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  • like, when we were about to land.
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  • And you know, he like took a breath,
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  • and had a swig of water, so it was like--it was my opening,
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  • so I said, "So, you like crossword puzzles, do you?"
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  • And he goes, "Oh, I love crossword puzzles."
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  • He goes, "I have a knack for them."
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  • He goes, "I can see patterns in a maze of letters."
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  • And I don't know if this is fast or not,
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  • but he said, "My record is 33 words in 9 minutes."
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  • Now, having--I don't know anything about it,
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  • but I thought, "Wow, that's good."
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  • I'm hoping it's good because I really don't know,
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  • but I'm just going along in the conversation.
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  • And then he said this.
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  • This is what I want to share with you.
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  • He said, "The first thing I do when I pack my suitcase
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  • is get a book of crossword puzzles."
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  • He said, "It takes my mind off flying."
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  • And the reason that made an impact on me is I thought,
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  • is this the first thing I think to pack when I pack my suitcase?
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  • Am I delighting in the law of the Lord as much
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  • as Mr. Crossword Puzzle is delighting in that book of his?
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  • I mean, you could say his delight is in the crossword
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  • puzzle, and in the crossword puzzle
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  • doth he meditate day and night.
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  • He was all about that.
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  • Look at the word "meditate" in that verse,
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  • by the way, "He meditates day and night."
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  • What does meditation mean?
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  • Well, it's not talking about transcendental meditation,
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  • where one disengages the mind and kind of goes nowhere.
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  • Biblical meditation is exactly the opposite.
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  • It means you consciously engage the mind,
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  • and you focus it upon revealed truth,
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  • in this case the Word of God, the Scripture.
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  • But the word, the Hebrew word "meditate" is the word "hegah,"
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  • which means to coo, to mutter, to moan,
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  • to read in an undertone, or to talk to one's self about.
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  • The root meaning of this word is the low moaning of an animal,
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  • especially when he chews its cud.
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  • Can you picture it?
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  • You and I do that sometimes when we eat,
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  • "Mmm, it's so good."
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  • You're talking to yourself about it,
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  • you're reacting to what you're eating.
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  • The picture then of meditation is that you just don't read
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  • the Scripture, but you feed on the Scripture.
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  • You slow down long enough to hear each word,
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  • to emphasize a different word, to say it out loud back
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  • to yourself, to get an impression.
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  • You slow down.
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  • I have a problem when I eat,
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  • and that is I eat fast, I always have.
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  • My wife has told me over the years to slow down,
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  • echoes of my mom, who used to tell me growing up, "Slow down."
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  • But let me explain to you, just to get you on my side a little
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  • bit, why I--why I eat so fast.
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  • I grew up with three older brothers.
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  • I'm the youngest, I'm the baby of four.
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  • So, when it was mealtime, they were serious.
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  • It wasn't a little bit of banter back and forth.
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  • It was like whoever gets the food first wins.
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  • And I was sometimes last.
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  • I'm the smallest, so I learned to eat very fast.
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  • Well, that's dangerous if you go to an expensive restaurant,
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  • it's like five bucks a bite.
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  • It's like slow down.
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  • So, can I suggest that when you read the Scripture,
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  • when you have your devotional time,
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  • that you will slow down, and consider it carefully
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  • and more slowly?
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  • Meditation is the link between theory and action.
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  • You ask yourself, "Is this a command, is this a promise?
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  • Am I to do something in following this up?
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  • Why did he say that word? What if I emphasize that word?"
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  • And meditation is that link between theory and action.
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  • It forms your worldview, and it will determine your behavior.
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  • So, here's the happy person so far,
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  • described by what he declines, by what he delights in.
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  • Third, he's described by what he depicts.
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  • Look at verse 3, "He shall be like a tree."
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  • He shall be like a tree.
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  • Doesn't say he shall be like a stump of a tree,
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  • or he shall be like a twig lying on the ground,
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  • or like a two by four.
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  • No, but something alive and something growing,
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  • something flourishing.
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  • You know, growth is a normal part of life.
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  • You expect growth to happen if there's a living thing.
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  • If you have a seed, you plant it in the ground,
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  • and you water it, you expect to see results.
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  • You expect growth.
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  • When a baby is born, you expect the baby to grow up.
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  • That's the normal, natural expectation of parents.
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  • If the child's 35, or turns to be 35 years old
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  • and still in diapers, you know you got a big problem,
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  • no growth.
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  • Well, when you see a believer, a Christian,
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  • somebody's been born again who has spiritual life,
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  • they're just sort of always at the same level,
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  • you think something's wrong.
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  • There ought to be growth.
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  • And as much as I love evangelism and love to call people to
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  • follow Jesus, Christianity is more than obstetrics.
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  • It includes pediatrics, includes some emergency room visits,
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  • and should go all the way to the geriatric, old age stage.
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  • So, the tree depicts progress.
  • 00:12:59.100 --> 00:13:05.010
  • It also depicts permanence, for you'll notice it says,
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  • "He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water."
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  • Can you picture a tree with its roots going deep down
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  • into the soil, deriving the nutrients, anchoring itself,
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  • and becoming a permanent fixture of the landscape?
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  • I have a tree in my backyard I want to tell you about.
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  • It's an unusual tree. It's only 7 years old.
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  • It is, no joke, at least 50 or 60 feet high.
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  • It has had enormous growth.
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  • All my neighbors have said, "So, what's up with that tree?
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  • It's like Jack and the beanstalk tree?"
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  • Because all the other trees in the neighborhood are not like
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  • that tree, even the ones that have been around a while.
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  • So, here's the deal.
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  • I found out--I wanted to find out.
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  • My tree is planted next to a pond.
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  • I have to fill the pond by hand with a hose.
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  • And I'll fill it one day, it will be down the next.
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  • And it's just a little pond that has a pump with a hole
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  • and a rock, and it bubbles, and it makes a nice sound.
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  • But I got to fill it all the time, especially in the summer.
  • 00:14:09.110 --> 00:14:12.120
  • And so, somebody came to my yard one day and goes,
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  • "You've got a tear in the liner of your pond.
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  • You're going to have to rip that out and fix it,
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  • there's something wrong with your liner."
  • 00:14:19.180 --> 00:14:20.270
  • So, pulled up all the rocks, liner was perfect.
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  • Not a tear, not a cut, not a hole, intact.
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  • But we discovered the tree is a very smart tree.
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  • The roots not only go down, but some of the roots have gone up
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  • just above the liner and back down into the pond,
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  • and it's like getting mainlined water.
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  • You turn on the hose, it's going--and that tree's roots
  • 00:14:45.160 --> 00:14:51.190
  • extend into the yard, and it has become this massive,
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  • permanent fixture.
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  • The idea here is permanence.
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  • Planted, not potted, planted by rivers of water.
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  • Same word Jesus used or thought of,
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  • it was the same idea when he said, "Abide in me."
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  • Remember that word?
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  • Good New Testament word, "Abide in me," means remain in me.
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  • Have you ever met a person who's sort of in and out,
  • 00:15:14.160 --> 00:15:17.200
  • back and forth with the Lord?
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  • They make a commitment, they backslide,
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  • they make a re-commitment, they go do their thing,
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  • make another re-commitment.
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  • It's like 40 times.
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  • Yes, God is a God of mercy, but stay put.
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  • David prayed, "Create in me a pure heart, O God.
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  • Renew a steadfast spirit within me."
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  • So, it speaks of progress and permanence.
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  • Also, calling us to be like a tree is productivity.
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  • The next phrase says, "Who brings forth fruit
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  • in its season."
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  • It's not an overnight success, it's seasonal,
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  • it takes time to grow, but he brings forth fruit.
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  • If you've read the Bible very long,
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  • you know that fruit is a picture of--anybody know?
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  • Results, spiritual activity.
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  • If you say something, you better do what you say.
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  • That's the fruit of what you say.
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  • There's got to be evidence, there has to be some activity,
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  • results that show what you say is true.
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  • You'll know them by their fruit, Jesus said.
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  • So, fruit is a picture of results,
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  • a picture of spiritual activity.
  • 00:16:32.260 --> 00:16:34.270
  • But let me add to that. How about this?
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  • Fruit is also a picture of refreshment.
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  • A piece of fruit on a summer day,
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  • come on, a cold watermelon on a day like today, come on.
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  • So refreshing.
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  • A happy person is the kind of person that,
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  • to be around, you feel refreshed.
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  • Ever be around some people, it's like, "Man, I'm so drained."
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  • And there's a place for that, there's time for that.
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  • I understand some people are burdened,
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  • and we--but you know what it's like to be around
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  • somebody who fills your tank up, and you feel refreshed.
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  • And they're usually the type of person described in this psalm.
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  • The Lord spoke of Abraham,
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  • and made him a promise in Genesis 12.
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  • "I will make you a blessing," he said.
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  • "I will make you a great nation. And you shall be a blessing.
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  • You will be a refreshment."
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  • That's the happy person.
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  • Whenever we travel to Israel, we on one day take people
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  • from the Sea of Galilee to Jerusalem.
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  • It's a few hour drive by bus.
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  • And it's the day that they are able to see the two bodies
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  • of water inland that exists there in that country,
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  • versus the Sea of Galilee that's up north.
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  • And around the Sea of Galilee, there's farms,
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  • it's green, it's beautiful.
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  • And then it empties into the Jordan River,
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  • and you follow it, follow it, follow it,
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  • follow it, keep driving, keep driving, follow it, follow it.
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  • Get down south to another big body
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  • of water called the Dead Sea.
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  • Want to know why it's called the Dead Sea? It's dead.
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  • Nothing lives in it except for some weird microbe.
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  • But it's dead and it's such a picture of two ways to live.
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  • The reason the Sea of Galilee is alive,
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  • and the Dead Sea is dead, is the Sea of Galilee
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  • has an inlet and an outlet.
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  • The Dead Sea has only an inlet, no outlet.
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  • So it is with people.
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  • There's some people that are filled with life
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  • because they bring in, they take in.
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  • There's growth, there's vibrancy.
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  • Then they give out, they export it.
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  • And then there's other people who are dead,
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  • who they're just like, "Give me, give me.
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  • I want more, I need more."
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  • It's all intake, no outtake.
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  • The happy person will be productive and refreshing.
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  • It also speaks of perseverance, for you'll notice that it will
  • 00:18:59.000 --> 00:19:02.090
  • say, "Whose leaf shall not wither."
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  • No explanation needed. It doesn't give up.
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  • It keeps on going. It doesn't quit.
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  • It's evergreen. Also speaks of prosperity.
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  • Look at the end of that verse.
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  • "And whatever he does shall prosper."
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  • What a life.
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  • The word "prosper" means full-grown or mature.
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  • Here's the picture of a life who is balanced,
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  • a person aligned with God and thus the rest of life
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  • is in balance: personal life, spiritual life,
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  • family life, business life, leisure life all in balance
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  • because that person is connected to God.
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  • And in that connection and in that blessing,
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  • everything he or she seems to touch is just blessed.
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  • They're happy through a lifetime.
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  • I've always loved the story about the little boy
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  • who went into the pet store to pick out a dog,
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  • and he put his face up to the mirror,
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  • or up to the window, and there was a little puppy
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  • wagging its tail.
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  • And he goes, "Daddy, I want the one with the happy ending."
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  • Don't we all want the life with the happy ending?
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  • A life marked by growth, a life marked by productivity
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  • and refreshment, and God's touch of blessing,
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  • and prosperity, and maturity upon it.
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  • So, here's the happy man or the happy woman,
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  • described by what he declines, described in what he delights,
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  • described by what he depicts.
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  • And finally and fourth, he is described by how he differs.
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  • Verse 4, "The ungodly are not so,
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  • but are like the chaff which the wind drives away.
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  • Therefore, the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment."
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  • Implication is they won't stand, they'll fall.
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  • "Nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.
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  • For the Lord knows the way of the righteous,
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  • but the way of the ungodly shall perish."
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  • Let me just at this point give you a word
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  • about the structure of this psalm.
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  • This psalm is structured antithetically,
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  • meaning the first three verses describe one person,
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  • the next three verses describe a different person.
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  • And they are opposites of each other.
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  • There's an antithesis going on.
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  • So, verse 1 through 3, the blessed person,
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  • the righteous person.
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  • Verses 3--or verse 4 and 5, the ungodly person.
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  • Verse 6, both of them in a summary fashion.
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  • So, he writes about the happy person.
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  • Then, all of a sudden, he takes a right turn,
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  • and he goes, "But not this guy."
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  • The first guy is different from the second guy.
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  • And in the Septuagint version, it's even a double negative,
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  • it's, "Not so the ungodly, not so," as if to say whatever
  • 00:21:53.190 --> 00:21:59.030
  • good things can be said of the first guy,
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  • none of them can be said for the second guy.
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  • Here, you've got a growing, living, fruitful tree.
  • 00:22:05.160 --> 00:22:08.070
  • Here, you've got a pile of chaff, it's dead.
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  • If you really want to see the difference,
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  • look at the results of these two lives by comparing the first
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  • word of the psalm to the last word of the psalm.
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  • The first word is?
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  • Okay, three people have read the psalm here.
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  • First word is? Say it out loud, blessed.
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  • The last word is perish.
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  • Two ends, two results of two lives.
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  • One is blessed, happy, fruitful, the other perish.
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  • There was a young paratrooper who was learning how to jump,
  • 00:22:47.170 --> 00:22:51.000
  • and the instructor told him and all the students,
  • 00:22:51.010 --> 00:22:53.180
  • "You cannot get on the airplane until you know
  • 00:22:53.190 --> 00:22:55.260
  • certain instructions.
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  • Number one, when I say jump, you jump.
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  • Number two, you count to ten after you have jumped,
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  • and you pull the ripcord, and your chute will open.
  • 00:23:04.110 --> 00:23:08.160
  • Number three, if your chute doesn't open,
  • 00:23:08.170 --> 00:23:10.140
  • you pull the other cord, the emergency ripcord,
  • 00:23:10.150 --> 00:23:12.250
  • and the emergency parachute will open.
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  • And finally, number four, when you get down,
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  • there will be a truck waiting for you to take you
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  • back to the airfield."
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  • So, this young man memorized all four instructions.
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  • Got on the airplane, got to about 10.000
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  • feet, people were jumping.
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  • The instructor told him jump, he jumped,
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  • so he got number one.
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  • He counted to ten.
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  • At number ten, he pulled the ripcord,
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  • so he got number two.
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  • Problem, parachute didn't open.
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  • So, he pulled the emergency ripcord,
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  • he got number three.
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  • The other parachute did not open.
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  • He has no parachute and he's falling fast down to the ground,
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  • and the thought comes to him, "Oh great,
  • 00:23:49.200 --> 00:23:51.150
  • I suppose the truck won't be there either when I get down."
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  • I would have thought of something else.
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  • Hey, which plane are you flying in,
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  • the one marked blessed or the one marked perish?
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  • Look at the word "chaff." They are like the chaff.
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  • You know what chaff is, right? It's husk.
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  • It's the little, thin skin that's around the wheat.
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  • It's next to it, but when you pluck the wheat,
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  • which is nourishing, the chaff is winnowed.
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  • You throw the wheat up in the air,
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  • and the chaff falls off.
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  • And the wind takes it away. It's at the mercy of the wind.
  • 00:24:30.270 --> 00:24:37.020
  • And I thought about that, and I thought what an interesting
  • 00:24:37.030 --> 00:24:40.010
  • description of the unbeliever.
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  • The unsaved person does not believe there is a devil,
  • 00:24:43.050 --> 00:24:47.100
  • and yet the irony is they are being driven and controlled
  • 00:24:47.110 --> 00:24:50.090
  • by the very devil they do not believe in,
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  • carried by the winds.
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  • Paul the apostle described our life before Christ,
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  • and he said, "You were dead in trespasses and sins,
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  • and you walked according to the course of this world,
  • 00:25:03.170 --> 00:25:07.040
  • according to the prince of the power of the air,
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  • the one, the devil, who works in the children of disobedience."
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  • So, does your life resemble a tree or a pile of husks,
  • 00:25:16.120 --> 00:25:22.260
  • dead chaff?
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  • And I mean deep inside of you.
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  • A man was by a river, and he reached down in the water,
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  • and he picked up a rock.
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  • And he took the rock, and he looked at it.
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  • It was all wet, and then he got down,
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  • and he cracked it open.
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  • And he looked on the inside of the rock, it was dry.
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  • And it just--it just dawned on him,
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  • he said, "Here's this rock surrounded by all this water,
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  • but deep inside, the water hasn't penetrated.
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  • It's dry as a bone."
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  • He thought, "How many people are like--are like that?"
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  • They're surrounded by God's people,
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  • surrounded by God's truth, surrounded by God's music,
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  • surrounded by God's words.
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  • But deep inside them, dry as a bone, no life in them.
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  • Is that you?
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  • Are you like the first one, or are you like the second?
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  • It's amazing how the Bible always does that,
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  • kind of gives us not 50, but 2 roads,
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  • 2 choices, 2 results.
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