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Monday, December 10, 2018
RT Kendall: I Still Struggle With This Temptation—And You Probably Do Too

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Would you like to be famous? If honest, most of us would. But famous where? What if you walked into a party in Buckingham Palace and as you entered, you overheard the queen whisper to the person she was speaking to: "Oh look, it's ... "? Or perhaps you imagine listening in on a conversation in the Oval Office and hear the president mention your name: "Oh yes, I know ... he/she is quite something!" Would that make you feel good? Or how about this: Imagine there is a meeting in hell—millions of demons are present, and the devil himself is working the room. Suddenly you hear him mention a name—your name. At first you are a little surprised—even a little afraid. But then you remember that some other names are known there too. The demon said to the imposter in Acts 19:15b: "I know Jesus, and I know Paul, but who are you?" And suddenly you realize something that at last convinces you that your life has made a difference in the battle between good and evil. You are one of a select group: You are famous in hell.

Being famous in hell is quite something. But on its own, it's not enough. John Paul Jackson was best known for his prophetic gift. He and I became close friends. One day I phoned him to say, "I have a sermon for a church this Sunday, but I don't think it will be very popular with them."

He replied, "Will it be popular in heaven? If it will be popular in heaven, that's the only thing that matters."

My dear reader, life is short. The things that grasp our attention now will one day seem like mere trinkets. Every day we breathe—in and out—in and out thousands of times a day. There is a day fixed, that unless Jesus comes first, you and I will only breathe out. read more
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