Emmanuel means “God is with us”. He is the God-Man who was born of a virgin that God might dwell among men. Jesus, Emmanuel, lived redemptively among men. He didn’t come to bring merely a message or a creed but He lived out redemptive acts through His life on earth. His disciples, those whom He has redeemed by His redemptive act of His shed blood on the cross must, in turn, live redemptively among men. There are too many and too much to redeem to simply live to go to heaven. (Matt.1:23, NKJV) “Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,” which is translated, “God with us.” We are praying you discover daily that you are living redemptively to the glory of Emmanuel. (Marty’s Daily Discovery as heard on TEXAS PRAISE RADIO at the bottom of the hour 24hrs/day.)
Opportunities for redemptive acts, for releasing the character of the “THY” of “Thy Kingdom” are everywhere everyday. Redemptive character does not look for opportunity to take advantage but looks for a way to get others out of the path of destruction. Redemptive character gives and plays a part in the resolve of the issue or need. It does whatever it takes to heal. It puts itself on the line, just like Jesus, in order to bring back the captives from destruction and set them free.
(This is the eleventh excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Previous excerpts may be read by scrolling down this page.)
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A redemptive act may be buying a piece of property that has been used for pornography or human trafficking or manufacturing illegal drugs, then taking that property and using it to help addicts get delivered or using it as a home for abandoned children. It has been done several times across the nation.
(This is the eighth excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was
published in SEEC Magazine.)
A redemptive act can also look like when the Lord instructed me to pray and make declarations over a certain massage parlor for two years. When visiting with pastors we had not seen in over 20 years, we discovered that they were rescuing women out of that very parlor over the last two years. Some of the women were as old as 50 and as young as 11. They take them to a safe house, lead them to Jesus, teach them the Word of God, teach them marketplace skills and help them get a job. They are redeeming those women, bringing them back from destruction and helping them get on with their life purpose.
(This is the sixth excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Previous excerpts may be read by scrolling down this page.)
Redemptive acts can look like a U.S. businessman who went on a missions trip to Indonesia. When walking down the streets of a large inner city he noticed many women who were obviously captive in human trafficking. His heart was deeply moved for their plight and began asking the Lord what he could do to help turn things around for those women. The Lord put it on the man’s heart to open sewing centers around the city to teach those women to sew and while they are sewing, teach them about Jesus. He talks to U.S. companies and asks them to buy a pallet of sewing machines for Indonesia. He has gotten others involved in the vision and found local businesses to buy the clothes and has begun to make significant redemptive inroads into the human trafficking dilemma as redeemed women are becoming a legitimate part of the marketplace and the church in the inner city. There is room for both supernatural and practical in the redemptive Kingdom of God. There are times that, in order to deal with the intangible, we need to redemptively touch the tangible.
(This is the fifth excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. )
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“Plead my cause and redeem me; revive me and
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A redeemer is one who delivers, avenges or ransoms as needed, one who buys back what was lost. Think about all that can be lost to us, like lost opportunities, lost resources, lost potential, lost strength, lost harvest and lost energy (to list a few). Our Redeemer can even buy back time, He said so in Joel 2:25, “And I will restore to you the years (I will make up to you for the years) the swarming locust has eaten, the locust larvae, and the stripping locust, and the cutting locust. . .” This scripture does not only say He can restore the years, it says He will. He will make up for those times that no matter how many bugs you killed, they kept coming. He will restore those years it took to fight and endure the swarming circumstances. He will make up for the time it took for circumstances to consistently strip away your strength and hope. He will make up for all those mornings when the sunrise woke up the dread in your soul again and circumstances continued to devour your day and your future. He will make up for the months and years that opposition smothered you and circumstances robbed you through changelessness. He is, indeed, your Redeemer!
(This is the first excerpt from “Wait For It”, an article by Kathy Gabler in the August/September 2013 issue of SEEC Magazine.)
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