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Issue No: 103     Published: 20 Oct 2003

IS HOME REALLY WHERE THE HEART IS?

It is said that 'home is where the heart is.' This may explain why many of us spend so much time in front of the computer! But surely, that cannot be right, for my computer anyway, is quite unforgiving, logical, frustrating at times and heartless at others! Just like many people, I guess! So our wives say....

As we move through life, our heart needs to develop flexibility, frequently being pulled in many different directions. We face the often-conflicting pressures of family, work, church and social environments, which confuse, threaten and upset us.

Taking the analogy a little further, as we get older, our muscles lose their elasticity, we more easily get fixed in our ways and are even less able to cope with the complexities of everyday life than when we were younger.

If we are really honest with ourselves, there are times we really would rather just leave life's pressures behind and go and lie in the sun (or under the shade of a coconut palm) on a deserted tropical island. To put to one side the cares and problems of life for a while, to sort out our priorities and to simply have a good rest from the ever increasing pace of the world.

But let's be realistic. There are simply not enough deserted tropical islands left anymore! If we were all to get our wish, the remaining few would suddenly become more crowded than a ticker tape parade in New York City or Bombay anytime! So there has to be another way.

And there is.

For Jesus told us to enter His rest, to rest in Him. How simple and beautiful it sounds - how difficult to do! In our busy world it simply seems far from reality, yet to those who enter in, it is a haven from the worries and cares the world daily aims at us with ever-increasing rapidity.

It is trust. It is faith. It is the assurance that whatever our circumstances, He remains in charge. It is taking control of our life out of our own hands and handing it over to Him. It is called maturity in Christ; it is walking the road with Jesus.

For when we simply give all of our heart to Jesus, we truly do find our home.

"O Lord, all we have, all we are and all we do, belongs to you. May we find our home in your heart today."

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FROM THE WORD

REST FOR THE WEARY
"At that time Jesus said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this was your good pleasure. “All things have been committed to me by my Father. No one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and those to whom the Son chooses to reveal him. “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” " (Matthew 11:25-30)

"About Benjamin he said: “Let the beloved of the LORD rest secure in him,
for he shields him all day long, and the one the LORD loves rests between his shoulders.” " (Deuteronomy 33:12)

"To keep me from becoming conceited because of these surpassingly great revelations, there was given me a thorn in my flesh, a messenger of Satan, to torment me. Three times I pleaded with the Lord to take it away from me. But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong. (2 Corinthians 12:7-10)

DAVID'S DOODLINGGS

GOD'S REST
20. God’s rest is a gift, but resting in God a way of life.

21. God’s rest is learned, not earned.

22. God’s rest is free, not earned. Rest in God is also free, but learned.

23. Gods rest is freely given, but rest in God must be freely learned.

24. A believer receives God’s rest, but a disciple rests in God.

309. Man seeks to strive for God. God wants us to rest in Him. Couldn't be easier, couldn't be harder!

310. God's rest is to be sought not only in death, but firstly in life!

311. Lord, teach me not to strive!

312. At work we seek rest. In God we strive to work. Something is wrong here!

313. Resting in God seems too easy to be religious. It is! And it isn't!

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FROM YOU - TO ME - TO YOU

On 10/7/2003 at 6:23 AM Carol Trachsel wrote:
If you are trying to jog on all the continents -- don't forget Antarctica!!
Blessings on you,
Carol Trachsel

Carol
A real 'cool' experience to come!
Thanks
David

Dear David
I hope you have a really great time in India and that the Lord really blesses you as you are blessing so many others with your welcome PGIM. We have fond memories of visiting the area where you live in N Zealand some time ago when we visited our daughter who was working in Wairoa. Do you know a brother and sister Tony and Kathleen Hawkins from Bethlehem college? They were old friends of ours when we were newly married 42 years ago. Well, to the main reason of my e mail. The reason I have to unsubscribe is that my husband and I have accepted a call to go to the Democratic Republic of the Congo for up to 3 years if the Lord enables us. We shall be going to an area called Kasai province and a "town" caled Mbuji Mayi. As you probably know, it is a very difficult place to live and work, particularly for the nationals who have no choice. We have received clear prophecy and confirmation of this call so we are really trusting the Lord to give us the wisdom and strength that we shall need. My husband is a retired Anglican minister and we have been on the mission field for many years in different parts. The Lord must really have a sense of humour to leave this one to the last. Still we are only 64 and 67 and Abraham and Moses were a LOT older!! The conditions are primitive in every sense of the word, I must admit, I dont look forward to that.Transport and communication are also expensive and extremely complicated. We are busy trying to challenge christians in Europe (and indeed everywhere) as to the needs of the brethren in this pitiful country. The archbishop of the province, Fidel Dirokpa, is a godly man of prayer, also not young, his wife has been in hospital for 3 months in Nairobi with a life threatening disease. He more or less had to beg for aid to pay the bill. PTL she is now home. Meanwhile he lost 2 siters in the recent fighting in Bunia. They were just attacked and shot because they happened to be there when rebels arrived. Please feel free to publish any of this little note if you wish, we would value prayer for us and for the chrisitans their. My husband said on a recent visit that He was frequently moved to tears by their worship and joy in the Lord when they have so little of the world's goods. If anyone feels that the Lord may be urging them to help financially, please get in touch with Rev. John Harkin, harkin@jerseymail.co.uk, mention our name, Broughtons and the Congo trust. The money is NOT for us, we have our pension for our needs.. He is the one responsible for setting up a fund to try and provide a pledged £120.000 a year for a 5 year plan so that the archbishop can run his province (and maybe pay his clergy the equivalent of $ (US) 5 to 10 a month.) We know our God is good and His are all the resources in the world, so, Who is holding back? As we shall initially be living in a shack 12 feet by 12 until my husband can build something a bit better, we don't need to be worried about many worldly goods, hence no computer. It is good to know that believing friends, many of whom I have met over the net, will pray for us. Thankyou again and may God continue to bless you in you ministry for the harvest.
In His name
Kathryn and Stuart Broughton

David
One of the greatest men I've ever read was E. Stanley Jones.
I gained so much from reading his writings of his experience in India for over 50 years.
IN a land where there are so many 'gods' he was able to convey how the Great One and True Creator is Real and the Only One. His story of a talk with a Hindu and how the Hindu compared Shiva with Jesus and how Jones was able to tell this Hindu how Jesus was superior and actually The Creator. I read this in his book, "The Word Became Flesh".
Our People here did NOT have, generally speaking, many 'gods' as do the Hindu but I can use Jones' principles.
John and Gerri GrosVenor
NW District Church of the Nazarene
Minister / Director
First Nations Outreach

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SOME INDIAN TESTIMOMIES

Some lesaders who attemded&experienced your ministry in India sharing follows;

Rev.Madivanan,Christ church,PM patty.
I never heard such a sermon from foreigners,in Indian context. His teachings all were spirit filled from book of Ruth.God has given me a big heart especially for North India to eradicate idolateries.So far I was fishing where already some people were fishing .After I heard from these men of God,I use to keep a map of India to pray.

Rev.John chelliah,Jesus loves church,Andi patty.
I am 65 years old pastor,in ministry for last 40 years.I was invited by Rev.Glory dhas for this pastors seminar.I generally dol not like foreign preachers preaching.But in these bishop David case,God spoke with me personally.
I returned to my home and taught everything what I learened from bishops and pastors.


Pr.Mrs.Rajam,Methodist church,Pommidi.
I had a chance to attend in a meeting of Rev.David Tait.I attracted by thier simple way of dressing.I was able to feel the Gods awesome presemce in all sessions.God taught personally.I thank God for thier ministry.

LAUGHING AT OURSELVES

***Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves for they shall never cease to be amused***

*** "Those who can't laugh at themselves leave the job to others." ***

207. A CAT PASSES ON
A little boy is gone to school one day and while he is gone, his cat gets killed. His mother is very concerned about how he will take the news.

Upon his arrival home, she explains the tragedy and tries to console the boy saying, "But don't worry, the cat is in heaven with God now."

The boy replied, "What's God gonna' do with a dead cat?"

206. WISH FOR UNDERSTANDING
A man walking along a California beach was deep in prayer. All of a sudden he said out loud, "Lord grant me one wish."

Suddenly the sky clouded above his head and in a booming voice the Lord said, "Because you have TRIED to be faithful to me in all your ways, I will grant you one wish"
The man said, "Build a bridge to Hawaii so I can drive over anytime I want."

The Lord said, "Your request is very materialistic. Think of all the challenges for that kind of undertaking. The supports are required to reach the bottom of the pacific! The concrete and steel it would take! I can do it, but it is hard for me to justify your desire for such worldly things. Take a little more time and think of another wish, a wish that would honour and glorify me."

The man thought about it for a long time. Finally he said, "Lord I wish that I could understand women. I want to know how they feel inside, what they are thinking when they give me the silent treatment, why they cry, what they mean when they say 'nothing', and how can I make a woman truly happy."

The Lord replied, "You want two or four lanes on that bridge?"

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WHEN YOU ARE AWAY...

...you get all nostalgic about the family at home. When you are at home you wish.....!!! Not really!

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FACTS FOR FUN

LAST WEEKS QUESTION: What animal goes bald? (Not the bald eagle - which isn't actually bald!)

ANSWER: The monkey - sometimes. Like human men, the male monkey may lose hair from the top of its head.

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION: How fast can a snake move?

Answer Next Week.

SOME FUN FACTS
888. NEEDING A SOLID FOUNDATION
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has been leaning since it was first built - way back in 1155 - thanks to a sandy foundation. It started leaning when it was being built. Rather than begin again, the builders adjusted the third floor (making the north walls longer and the south walls shorter so the top would be level). Construction stopped at this point, due to political unrest, and didn't start again for 90 years. When more floors were added in the late thirteenth century, the weight made the building lean in the OTHER direction. The workers tried to adjust for it once again, by lengthening the south walls in the belfry. There have since been many attempts to stabilise the building so it won't fall over but of course, not to straighten it. (Much like our lives really! Is why Jesus is called the rock, the solid foundation upon which to build.)

889. FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS
Shell Oil started out as a novelty shop in London called The Shell Shop, which actually sold seashells. The shop owner imported shells from around the world and decided he might as well export kerosene at the same time. Eventually, The Shell Shop evolved into Shell Transport and Trading Company and then the name got shortened to plain old Shell Oil Company and is now one of the world’s largest companies. (Shelling out millions to its shareholders.)

890. A BAD INFLUENCE
Influenza got its name from a belief that the stars' "influence" was responsible for the disease. Centuries ago, the stars were believed to influence many things, especially health. (Some things, no matter how often disproved, still remain the same.)

A WORD PUZZLE FOR YOU
Hi David,
Really enjoy your newsletter. I came up with a variation on the Word Puzzle for today.

goal goal goal goal goal goal goal goal goal goal bell

Answer at the end of A David Musing

Keep up the good work. May God will continue to bless you and may you continue to use those blessings to bless those He places in your hands (Genesis 12:1-3)
Steve Klusmeyer (o:} Steve, Brenda, and Caleb <><

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SOME MORE INDIAN TESTIMONIES

Bro.Vinod,nate pet.
I was suffering by asthma.I attended evening ladies meeting.When Bishop david came to our church I asked him to pray for me.Now God has completely healed me.

Pr.Mrs.Roja,aranganoor.
I felt God brought Pr.Tait to edify our churches.Because he delivered a needed message to me personally,and my whole family were blessed by that.Praise the Lord.Many pastors shared me same thing.

Report from pastor,who organised evening meeting;
God graciously enabled us to conduct this evenning ladies meeting.Especially financially we churches in this region very poor.While we were talkng with Pr.Glory dhas,he encouraged us in faith.Finally,God made it greater success.We never thought we will have such a saint from NZ.

Pr.Glory dhas,omalur,salem
We want to thank God for David Tait.Really we felt Gods special anointing on them.We feel similar vision in thier hearts for this nation of India. All churches in salem expecting his great ministry again.

EMPIRICAL FACTS AND FIGURES ABOUT GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY

Drawn from "World Christian Trends", a collection of trends and observations of global Christianity published by American missions statistician Prof. David Barrett and Todd Johnson. Here are some excerpts:

!!! A huge new Christian non-confessional megabloc, the Independents/Post-denominationalists, is growing rapidly and numbers 19% of all Christians.

!!! These 386 million Independents in 220 countries have no interest in and no use for historic denominationalist Christianity.

!!! From only 3 million in AD 1500,evangelicals have grown to 648 million worldwide,54% being Non-Whites.

!!! The country with the fastest Christian expansion ever is China, now at 10,000 new converts every day.

!!! Non-Christian countries have been found to have 227 million Bibles in place in their midst, more than needed to serve all Christians but poorly distributed.

!!! Everywhere on Earth can now easily be targeted with at least 3 of the 45 varieties of effective evangelism.

!!! Christian triumphalism -not as pride in huge numbers, but as publicised self-congratulation -is rampant in most churches, agencies, and ministries.

!!! 124 million new souls begin life on Earth each year, but Christianity’s 4,000 foreign mission agencies baptise only 4 million new persons a year.

!!! 818 unevangelised, ethnolinguistic peoples have never been targeted by any Christian agencies ever.

!!! 40% of the church’s entire global foreign mission resources are being deployed to just 10 over saturated countries already possessing strong citizen-run home ministries.

!!! Over 20 centuries Christians have announced 1,500 global plans to evangelise the world; most failed; 250 plans focused on AD 2000 fell massively short of stated goals.

!!! The 3 least cost-effective countries over 1 million in population for Christian outreach are: Japan, Switzerland and Denmark.

!!! The 3 most cost-effective countries over 1 million in population for Christian outreach are: Mozambique, Ethiopia and Tanzania.

!!! Per hour of ministry, the 5 megapeoples most responsive to Christianity, Christ, and the gospel are: Khandeshi, Awadhi, Magadhi, Bai, Berar Marathi .

!!! Per hour of ministry, the 5 megapeoples least responsive to Christianity, Christ, and the gospel are: Swedish, Russian, Lithuanian, Polish and Georgian .

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JUST JOKES

LIFE AFTER DEATH
"Do you believe in life after death?" the boss asked one of his employees.

"Yes, Sir," the new employee replied.

"Well then, that makes everything just fine," the boss went on. "After you left early yesterday to go to your grandmother's funeral, she stopped in to see you."

LEGAL CONSULTATION
A dog ran into a butcher shop and grabbed a roast off the counter. Fortunately, the butcher recognized the dog as belonging to a neighbor of his. The neighbor happened to be a lawyer.

Incensed at the theft, the butcher called up his neighbor and said, "Hey, if your dog stole a roast from my butcher shop, would you be liable for the cost of the meat?" The lawyer replied, "Of course, how much was the roast?" "$7.98."

A few days later the butcher received a check in the mail for $7.98. Attached to it was an invoice that read: Legal Consultation Service: $150

THE POWER OF EDUCATION
A mother mouse and her three children crept out of their hole into the kitchen and began
feasting on some delicious bits of food. Suddenly, out of the corner of her eye, Mother Mouse saw a cat slinking toward them. The cat was between the mice and their hole. The mother mouse puffed up her lungs and went, "Woof! Woof!" The cat turned tail and ran.

With that, the mother quickly led her children back to safety in their hole. When they were settled, and breathing normally, Mother Mouse said to her children, "Now, what's the lesson from that experience?"

"We don't know," the baby mice squeaked.

"It is this," said Mom Mouse. "It's always good to know a second language."

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A DAVID MUSING

Nowhere are differences in culture more clearly exhibited than in worship. For our worship embodies the unique characteristics that make us different, one from another.

It has been a real challenge this week to adjust back to the New Zealand scene. Indian and Kiwi worship are completely different - in style, pitch, beat, tempo, tune, worship posture (standing versus sitting cross legged on a hard concrete floor), let alone the words, which of course I can now again understand.

Yet another believer wherever they are, can readily appreciate the heart and the spirit, behind the worship.

For in spite of our racial and cultural differences, in Jesus, we are one. Wherever we go in the world, we have brothers and sisters, a family in Jesus with whom we can relate. That is such a wonderful thing. You see, nowhere is 'foreign' when there are family members to be as one with. Whether in a village in the outback of Africa or India, in a meeting in the vast urban sprawl of Hyderabad, or in the small city of Napier here in New Zealand, the Lord is there and His people are there. What a wonderful comfort, encouragement and blessing that is.

His servant and yours

David Tait

Today's Word Puzzle Answer = goal-tending.

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