Friday, February 24, 2017

A Good Leader

A Good Leader by Keith Cook

"To the saints and faithful brethren in Christ which are at Colosse: Grace be unto you, and peace, from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. We give thanks to God and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always for you,"   Colossians 1:2,3

Since coming to know Christ in my teenage years, God has blessed me with spiritual leaders and mentors in my Christian walk and ministry. Through their great example I have learned the importance of having a good leader to help you as you grow in life and ministry. It is my desire to serve my Lord as a Spirit led evangelist and spiritual leader for future generations.

In Colossians, chapter one, Paul gives us seven characteristics of a spiritual leader.

1. A spiritual leader Identifies You. He (she) knows where you are in your walk with God (verse 2). He should be able to call you a Saint because he sees your position in Christ. He also desires to call you a faithful brother or sister in Christ because of your activities for Christ. He should even be able to locate you. He also knows where you live. In other words your life is public and transparent.

In identifying with you he knows your situation, obstacles and opportunities.

In identifying with you he sees your present reality and future potential.

In identifying with you he connects with every area of your life, not just the spiritual aspect.

2. A spiritual leader Blesses You with Grace and Peace. He helps bring the presence of God clearer and more powerful into your life. Avoid leaders who do not make you feel blessed or at peace. Uneasy feelings and numerous nagging questions about someone's leadership are often God's warning signs to find another mentor or leader. True peace comes by being under the leadership of a real Godly leader. You see the love of God reflecting in every area of their lives as they bring into focus a real and living Christ.

3. A spiritual leader Gives Thanks For You (verse 3). He appreciates you and values you in the work of God's Kingdom. A Godly and Good Leader knows of your faith in Christ and is grateful to God for you and thankful to you for living for Christ. If you wonder how he can know if you are a person of true faith and vision I can assure you that he can! If you are living a life worthy of thanks, you do not have to tell him; nor, if you are not living in victory you cannot fool him. A good leader is associated with the real thing so often that he can tell the fake from the genuine. Give a good leader reason to give thanks for you. Be real. Do the work of the Kingdom. Seek His Kingdom first!

He also knows of Your Love for (All) Saints. How can he know this? Your actions will show this! You cannot be a lover of all and not give and bless others. You have been blessed to be a blessing. If your life is a blessing to others then others will be thankful for you and will actually show their appreciation. Their showing of appreciation will give you great joy but even if no outward appreciation is given, you are to live your life for Jesus and others and not fall into the trap of living you life for fame or recognition.

4. A spiritual leader Prays For You. He is always praying for you and bringing your needs to God. Good leaders do not depend on their own ability to direct those in whom they are mentoring. They know it is a God thing. They understand that spiritual work takes spiritual resources. You cannot get spiritual giftedness by human efforts or education. Prayer opens doors, brings power, shows directions, and calms fears. Asking for and receiving prayer is not a sign of weakness but of dependence. Having someone praying for you does not mean that they see you as being less of a Christian but that they know what it really takes to rise to greatness. Great leaders see that you have so much potential and do not want to see you miss out on what God has for you. Therefore they pray for you, about you, and with you.

5. A spiritual leader Encourages You (verse 4). Good leaders always seem to get to know good prospects for greatness and service. Good leaders look for opportunities to help those who are coming up in the service of the Lord. They do not feel threatened or jealous. Many good leaders encourage you with their words, while others help you by their example. Often I have been helped by a Godly leader giving me a book that has blessed them or by their telling me a powerful story that illustrates a great spiritual truth.

One famous minister actually, in front of hundreds of others, called me by name and greeted me like I was "somebody" special. He slapped me on the back, hugged me and stood talking with me for many minutes. Five minutes later he was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention. This impressed me so much. He knew the election was going on yet he wanted me to feel loved and appreciated. He wanted to encourage me in my ministry. He did! I make it a point to spend most of my time when I am at parties and social events to talk with and share with younger leaders and make sure they leave encouraged not discouraged. The Devil uses discouragement to hinder the zeal and effectiveness of many Christians. Encouragement is a valuable tool though it takes very little time and effort. Take time today to encourage someone, it will make a lasting impression as it will not only effect the individual, but will also influence yourself, and many others that you both come in contact with. Through your encouragement, one might receive just the gift needed to equip him for 20, 30, or even 40 years of effectively leading others in their walk with God.

6. A spiritual leader Instructs You and is not afraid to share with you. He is not ashamed to tell you the truth, good or bad. A good leader is not neutral in His directives and promotes standards of excellence that are worthy of following and emulating. Take the time to find someone who can mentor you and help you move to the next level in spiritual service to our Lord. Do not be afraid to ask for or receive help. Great leaders are always learning and growing.

7. A spiritual leader Warns you because he knows firsthand the tricks of the adversary. He shares from personal observation and experiences always telling you the truth about what you will face and genuinely wants you to succeed not just survive.

Decide today to be a good leader. Or if you dream of being a leader one day, look around and seek out someone to help you begin to learn how to lead others. The Lord will direct your steps. A righteous man's steps will be directed by the Lord Himself. It's time to take that first step to being the leader God wants you to be.

Daily Prayer Focus: Pray that God will give you the heart of a Leader and greater urgency to identify, bless, give thanks, pray, encourage, instruct, and warn others in their walk with Christ.

On The Go Prayer Focus: The Families of the On The Go staff. Pray for their emotions, finances, safety, wisdom, and spiritual health.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion For February 24, 2017
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Thursday, February 23, 2017

The Joy of the Lord is My Strength

The Joy of the Lord is My Strength by Laurie McTier

"Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore." Psalms 16:11

As a Christian, our source and strength comes from the Lord. As we seek to follow His heart and His will for our lives, God will give us fullness of joy.

Seek the Lord today in all that you do. Commit this week to the Lord. Sometimes, my to do list seems a mile long. In the hustle and bustle of my day, it is easy for me to lose track of what is most important. If you find yourself in a stressful situation this week, keep in mind that the joy of the Lord is your strength.

With His help, we can be victorious in every situation. As we dwell on Christ and all that He has in store for us, the pressures and stresses of our day will become minimal and we will quickly feel more at rest. Our lives are to shine for Christ. His beauty is to radiate through us.

Daily Prayer Focus: God, place a hedge of protection around me today. Help me to remember that the joy of the Lord is my strength.

On The Go Prayer Focus: On The Go's World Outreach Center (WOC). This is our main office and training facility. Pray for God to protect the building, guard the mechanical and structural aspects of the facility, and use the facility for maximum eternal benefits.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion For February 23, 2017
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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Briskets and Blessings

Briskets and Blessings by Keith Cook

"Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. For by it the men of old gained approval." Hebrews 11:1, 2

Just recently we were called to do a mighty festival in India. We were asking God for thousands of souls to be saved in a Hindu stronghold. God desired for us to go, we had invitations to go, and we wanted to go! All we lacked was the resources to go.

As time for our departure neared we still had a tremendous financial need. We prayed, read the Word, and sought spiritual advice from Godly men and women. They all encouraged us to press on and trust God and not shrink back in what God had given us to do. We were needing just at $15,000 dollars to pay for all the supplies, tickets, materials. God had promised Joan and I that we would not owe one cent when the project was over and that He would provide our every need.

One morning when Joan came back from the post office she came in rejoicing with over 10,000 in gifts that we had received to use in India. What a great faith builder that was - we only lacked $5,000. What a walk of faith - we knew everyone who normally gives had given and we still lacked this great amount. Everyday something came in for our project but we were running out of days. Finally we had arrived at departure day with over $2,000 still needed.

In prayer that day the Lord spoke to my heart to follow Him, just like I did as a young minister. To get on the plane trusting Him to provide. He wanted me to take off from this country and see the hand of God at work even when I could not. God wanted me to believe Him and not let my not seeing the provision stop me from walking in my God's provision. Even when I could not see it I could believe Him for it! He wanted me to look at the needs of the people in India more than my need. He wanted me to look to Him more than I looked to my board or mailing list! I had to rest in Christ - I had to be seated in the Heavenly places.

My part was to preach Jesus and not worry about the funds. God's part was to energize my words, and provide for my needs.

Everyday we received emails from my office telling us what had come in during the day to help with finances. The Lord sent in some funds to keep the ministry running in the United States but not the remaining $2,000 we needed. Still we were to trust Him.

Unknown to us a little lady in Texas, who Joan and I had eaten Beef Brisket in her home during a revival and who had taught me how to make/grill Brisket, was moved by God to send us a gift earmarked for India. We had all the money we needed to the penny, but we did not know it - but God did!

We preached, ministered, cared, shared, and taught until the day we were to depart. Still not knowing we had the funds. On our way home we stopped in Paris, France to change planes. While there we checked our emails from the office and received the news of God's provision. God had been true to His Word. We had heard from God and we had seen a great spiritual victory.

Let me encourage you to strike out by faith and trust God to do great and mighty things in and through your life.

Daily Prayer Focus: Ask God to show you areas in your life where you need to step out in faith and trust Him to do great and mighty things. Praise Him for His Blessings and Provisions.

On The Go Prayer Focus: The follow-up of inquirers who come publicly and make decisions for Christ, write in for materials to grow in Christ, or who visit our website looking for help in following Christ. Pray for local believers, churches, parents, and friends who all will be used of God to nurture each and every one to maturity in Christ.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion for February 22, 2017
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

How Christians Are Viewed In Our Culture

How Christians Are Viewed In Our Culture by Keith Cook

"Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God--this is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform any longer 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

I have often been asked, "How are Christians viewed in our culture?" As I thought about this, here are a few ideas that came to mind.

1) Christians are very busy people

We are always running to meetings.

We are very active and social.

We are a very closed group.


2) We are now, for the first time in American history, seen as a strange religion with strange and culturally odd followers

There are so many different kinds of Christians and we all fight against each other.

We talk a different language from most in our culture.

We espouse a different philosophy from most university professors, newspaper editors, and Hollywood actors.


3) Some see us as a very blessed people

We go through life with no problems.

We have lots of friends.

We seem to have our god's favor if there is a god.


4) We are generally seen as good if not misguided people

Most of us are not violent - except the most radical.

We are not seen as being neglectful of social needs - but judgmental of those who do not see things our way.

We are seen as good workers, good neighbors, good students - just plain good.


5) We are a judged people - non-believers judge us harshly

They think Christians live contrary to beliefs and are really hypocrites.

They think deep down inside Christians do not really care about others and that we are judging them and putting them down.

They think Christians do not share their blessings and that we are selective in who we will help. We only will help if they "get saved" or come to church, or do what we want them to do or live as we want them to live.

If we are viewed this way then we better be doing something to make sure we are making friends, listening, and doing all we can to embrace, attract, and engage our culture. Gone is the luxury of being the "moral majority." We now are the Christian minority. We are the most discriminated against, slandered, abused, attacked, and ridiculed group in our culture. We must change our strategy to win and reach our culture.

What can you do today that can make a difference?

1) Begin to pray that God will show you a way to make a difference right now. Trust Him He will begin to give you insight and direction.

2) Take baby steps first. You do not have to start a crusade or movement. Just be obedient to what God is calling you to do. Jesus constantly did the little and unspectacular on His way to doing the colossal.

3) Do not grow weary in doing good. God may make you a champion of one or give you an army of followers. No matter - you follow and work as unto the Lord.

4) Read all you can and learn all you can about the modern mind-set. Do not be intimidated but be educated as to what you are up against. Many young thinkers and leaders hear the awesome task and stop trying - and say we can not do evangelism or outreach any more - because of modern culture. That is a lie straight from the Devil. You can learn all you can - but you still have to do something that does more than inform or inspire - you still have to convert the lost to faith in Christ or they will not see the streets of Heaven.

5) Join with others who see things as you do and who want to make an impact in this generation. Avoid spending time with those who want to go slow or who simply want to go from Jesus rally to praise rally. Run with those who want to win people to Christ. Hang with those who see their mission in life communicating Christ to their culture. Explore the mysteries of God with those who want to go deep into the truths of God's Word. It is so much more fun to go into all the world with others who are enjoying the journey.

May God bless you as you dream big and go deep with Him.

Daily Prayer Focus: Pray that God will show you where He is working in your midst today and how you can make a difference.

On The Go Prayer Focus: Those who need to make decisions for Christ as On The Go and the Keith Cook Team shares the Gospel around the world. Pray that they will hear a clear message about Christ, that the Holy Spirit will move them to a point of decision and that they will be bold enough to publicly respond for Christ.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion for February 21, 2017
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Monday, February 20, 2017

Earnest Prayer Warriors

Earnest Prayer Warriors by Keith Cook

"Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much." James 5:16

People in the United States, France, Philippines, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Indonesia, Iraq, and all over the world need to know that the Lord is with them, and He will continue to be with them if they will stand up for what is right.

Regardless of where you live, if you will stand up and be counted as a child of God, as one who has given your life to Jesus Christ, the Lord has promised you His protection. The Bible says that there may be times when no one else will stand with you. But in those times you can trust the Lord and know that He is standing with you and will enable you to obey Him.

Right now, those of us who are Christians have a wonderful opportunity to pray. Not just passively pray, but to get excited about what is going on in our nation and around the world. You and I can pray that we will begin to grasp some of the truths God has for us in these last days and do something. There have been a number of times throughout history when it seemed like all of God's people had either turned away or otherwise disappeared. But, in the Bible it says that God has always preserved a remnant, a small group of faithful followers, of proactive Christians, who are earnestly praying and working to the last moment of their lives for Jesus.

(This devotion was taken as an excerpt with permission from Keith Cook's newest book entitled "The End is Near".  Throughout this book, Keith addresses current front page issues in light of Biblical interpretation, and boldly shares how you can implement true Christian lifestyle principles in your everyday life. To purchase your own personal copy of his book, please contact On The Go Ministries.)

Daily Prayer Focus: Pray that we will begin to grasp some of the truths God has for us in these last days and that we will do something today that will make an eternal difference.

On The Go Prayer Focus: All the local churches, committees, and leaders who will be working with On The Go Ministries and the Keith Cook Team in creative outreach efforts in the United States and around the world.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion for February 20, 2017
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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Danger Signs

Danger Signs by Laurie McTier

"For bodily exercise profiteth little: but godliness is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come." 1 Timothy 4:8

In working with young people around the world, I have noticed many of them appear to be more physically fit and have much more energy than I do. A few years ago, I began to notice that on some of our mission projects I was getting sick, fatigued, and unable to finish some of my tasks. Was God placing danger signs in my path? It alarmed and concerned me.

God began to tug at my heart and I sensed He was saying, "Laurie, do you love me?"

My response was, "Yes, Lord, you know that I do."

Then He said, "Laurie, do you want to serve me?"

Again my heart's cry was, "Yes, Lord, you know that I do."

Then the Lord tenderly, lovingly showed me that He still had a plan and purpose for my life, but He needed my help in the area of discipline. He wanted me to give Him total control of every area of my life; not just my work time, not just my prayer time, but specifically in the areas of my finances, health, and social life. He wanted me to be wholly healthy in order to do all that I was commanded by Christ. God was about to set me free!

God led me on this specific area of my life as the Holy Spirit zeroed in on very real needs. He showed me that in order for me to continue to do God's work and travel across the globe, I needed to get in better shape physically, eat better, exercise more, and begin to work at building up my stamina.

Now, with God's help, I am beginning to see His plan in these areas of my life unfold. He has given me a nutrition plan and an exercise plan as well as the strength and endurance to work these plans out in my own life.

This is the day that the Lord has made, choose to run the race that He has for you, live in the center of His will, and complete the tasks that He has given to you today. To God be the glory, great things He has done!  I challenge you today to finish well. When God gives you a task, complete it wholeheartedly and seek to honor Him.

Daily Prayer Focus:  God, open our eyes to areas of our hearts that need to be brought back under your submission. We are your servants, and we want to honor You with all that You have given us.

On The Go Prayer Focus: The "On The Go Daily Internet Devotions". This devotional series is read by hundreds around the World via the internet. "On The Go Daily Internet Devotions" are used to encourage, challenge, and motivate Christians in their daily walk. Pray for Keith, Joan, the On The Go Staff, and special guests as they share daily through these devotional thoughts. You can subscribe to these daily devotions via our website if you are not already a subscriber.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion for February 19, 2017
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Saturday, February 18, 2017

Is The End Near?

Is The End Near? By Keith Cook

"This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away." 2 Timothy 3:1-5

This is a question millions of people are asking themselves and others. I believe the Bible has an answer for this question. A number of people have asked Joan and me why God is doing things to our country or why He is choosing to demolish everything. (Example: The attack on the World Trade Center, September 11, 2001, terrorist bombings, highjacking of airplanes, war, sniper shootings, etc...) My late friend and coworker, James Earle Sr., once said: "Why is it that God seems to have His hand on some and His foot on others?"

Our response is that God is not doing this at all. As Americans, we have asked God to kindly remove Himself from all our schools, our courtrooms, our homes, and our city halls; and God has left us to our own devices. Joan and I believe that God may have removed some of His protection as well.

Thus, these circumstances are not something that God has done to us. It is the result of the sin that came into the world when Adam and Eve chose to disobey God.  All of us inherited that sin, which placed us in the position we are in today. Every person, since Adam and Eve, has been born with an innate tendency toward sin.

Recently, I asked my wife what she would want to tell parents and grandparents who have children and youth who are scared and fearful right now. They are afraid something terrible like a terrorist attack, a sniper incident, or another catastrophic event will happen again. How do they live in faith, not fear?

Joan quickly responded, "While something like this is incredibly alarming and could happen again at any moment, we cannot live our lives in constant fear."

Our son is now in his thirty's and it's scary to think of all the places that we go and how something actually could happen to him or to one or both of us.  But you know what? God is there. God is in the center of everything. He is the center of our lives, and we have to know that He is watching over us. He knows what is going on. He is not watching us from afar, but He is watching over us very closely. He knows every hair on our head, each one closely numbered, He knows everything about us.

We have to realize that as we go about our daily lives trying to serve Him and trying to do what is right that He will be there for us. God is always there and taking care of us every second.

(This devotion was taken as an excerpt with permission from Keith Cook's newest book entitled "The End is Near".  Throughout this book, Keith addresses current front page issues in light of Biblical interpretation, and boldly shares how you can implement true Christian lifestyle principles in your everyday life. To purchase your own personal copy of his book, please contact On The Go Ministries.)

Daily Prayer: Confess All Known Sin to God.

Also, Pray for your family, your community, your nation that God will draw all men to Himself and that they will turn away from sin and it's captivity.

On The Go Prayer Focus: The 30 Minute Radio & Podcast Program "On The Go with Keith Cook". This is a weekly program airing over the internet, short wave, and radio stations. Each week Keith relates creative ways to share Christ. Pray for Keith, Joan, the On The Go Staff, and special guests as they minister on these broadcasts. You can hear these programs via our website if it is not available in your area.

Thank you for taking the time to pray for this important division of On The Go Ministries. For more information on any our ministries here at On The Go, you may send your questions to info@onthego.org.

On The Go Daily Devotion for February 18, 2017
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