As You Would Have Other People Do to You

As you would have other people do to you,
So you must do to them.
So you must do to them.

Love your enemies; do good to those who hate you.
Bless those who would curse you,
And pray for those who would abuse you.

How can God’s love reach out through you
If you love just your friends and family?
Even the least of all men
Gives to those who would pay them back.

Love your enemies; ask for nothing in return.
Then they’ll know you are God’s children.
Don’t ask back for what you’ve given them.

Let them see you living by the
Kind of love you’re giving away.
As you would have other people do to you,
So you must do to them.
So you must do to them.

About This Song:

“As You Would Have Other People Do to You”
comes from Luke 6:27-28 and 31-35. . .

27 “But to you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, 28 bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.
31 Do to others as you would have them do to you.

32 “If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners love those who love them. 33 And if you do good to those who are good to you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners do that. 34 And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, what credit is that to you? Even sinners lend to sinners, expecting to be repaid in full. 35 But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. Then your reward will be great, and you will be children of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked.
(NIV)

Jesus’s outlook on how to treat other people is quite different from the way we’re too often inclined to do it. Sometimes we’d rather say, “Don’t do to others what you don’t want them to do to you.”

Hmm. But Jesus’s words put a different spin on that. An incredibly more positive one.

Do you love your enemies? I’m happy to say I’ve never had but one or two, but they gave me fits. Being civil to them–much less kind and loving–didn’t come easily.

But you know what I forced myself to do?

I prayed for them. On a regular basis. I didn’t pray for them to change. . .to become more likeable. I simply prayed for God to bless them. I tried to be sincere in praying that. Sometimes I succeeded and sometimes I didn’t.

I’m not sure those people ever became good friends, but my opinion of them changed for the better. Maybe I did learn to love them. At least a little bit.

With a large dose of God’s help.

Is there someone in your life you’d rather not pray for? Check with God. Maybe He wants you to pray for them.

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It Is Easier

It is easier to doubt than to believe;
It is easier to worry than to hope.
It is easier to fear than to trust,
Than trust in the name of the Man who’s more than man.

It is easier to hurt than to be whole;
It is easier to be blind than to see.
It is easier to suffer than to pray,
Than pray in the name of the Man who’s more than man.

It is easier to stumble than to run;
It is easier to lose than try to win.
It is easier to die than really live,
Than live in the name of the Man who’s more than man.

It is easier to to die than really live;
It is easier to suffer than to pray.
It is easier to fear than to trust,
Than trust in the name of the Man who’s more than man.

About This Song:

Do you know someone who finds it easier to gripe about his problems than to do something about them? You wouldn’t happen to be like that, would you?

I admit it. At some points in my life, I’ve found it easier to complain about my circumstances than to figure out how best to endure and possibly even overcome them.

Maybe that was because I didn’t want to admit that my problems were beyond my ability to control. They were God-sized, not Roger-sized.

Believing that God can solve our problems takes faith, though. A lot of it at times.

Especially when we admit that God’s solutions may not happen as soon as we want or in the way we want. Sometimes He chooses to help us endure our circumstances rather than to change them.

Who wants a God like that?

I do. Because I believe God knows so much more than I do. His wisdom is infinite. I can’t begin to comprehend how He keeps track of billions of people simultaneously and knows every detail of our lives, down to the number of hairs on our heads.

But I believe He does, and I believe He’ll work things out for His ultimate good. Not just mine or ours.

When Jesus lived on earth two thousand years ago, He didn’t simply do a lot of teaching, preaching, and healing. By enduring every possible problem we humans can possibly face, he showed us that victory can be ours.

Not victory through His own efforts, but through the love and wisdom and power of God the Father. Jesus modeled the kind of faith we need to live victorious lives.

The way He lived wasn’t easy, though, and He didn’t promise us an easy road, either. But He assured us of the ultimate victory, and that’s what counts.

If you haven’t yet put your faith in Jesus–the Man who’s more than man–won’t you do so now?

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Roger

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“Peace! Be Still”

Once Christ and his friends went out in a boat;
A bad storm arose and tossed them about.
Though Christ was close by,
His friends got so scared;
They woke him, he spoke,
And his words calmed the storm.

When Christ told the winds to be silent,
And he told the waves to be still,
The words he spoke calmed the fiercest storm,
And he calms storms even today.

Peace! Be still! Peace! Be still!
Whatever storms your life faces,
Won’t you let Christ help you calm them?
Peace! Be still!

As you live your life one day at a time,
Bad storms will arise and toss you about.
There’s no need to fear,
For Christ is close by;
When his time is right,
He’ll address every storm.

When Christ tells the winds to be silent,
And he tells the waves to be still,
The words he speaks calm the fiercest storms,
Yes, he calms storms even today.

Peace! Be still! Peace! Be still!
Whatever storms your life faces,
Won’t you let Christ help you calm them?
Peace! Be still!

About This Song:

If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ve learned how much I love to take Scripture and reword it in a way I can set to music. “Peace!  Be Still” is one of my favorites.

It’s taken from Matthew 8: 23-27. . .

23 Then he got into the boat and his disciples followed him. 24 Suddenly a furious storm came up on the lake, so that the waves swept over the boat. But Jesus was sleeping. 25 The disciples went and woke him, saying, “Lord, save us! We’re going to drown!”

26 He replied, “You of little faith, why are you so afraid?” Then he got up and rebuked the winds and the waves, and it was completely calm.

27 The men were amazed and asked, “What kind of man is this? Even the winds and the waves obey him!”
(NIV)

I’ve also added something from Mark 4:39 about the same incident. . .

39 He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be still!” Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.
(NIV)

Another familiar translation says, “Peace! Be still!”

I think this is one of the most reassuring passages in the New Testament. Jesus was asleep in the boat at a time His disciples were panicking. Not because Jesus was unconcerned about his friends, but because He knew His Heavenly Father was in control and worry was unwarranted. So He spoke to the storm at the appropriate time and the storm dissipated.

What about you? Does your life have storms that sometimes threaten to wash you out of your boat and sink you to the bottom of the sea, figuratively speaking?

Mine sure does. More than once when I’ve needed reassurance, I’ve turned to this Scripture, often by singing this song to myself. The comfort that comes from knowing Jesus can calm our storms is beyond description.

Can you think of a time when Jesus has calmed a storm in your life? How about sharing a comment?

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Roger

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It’s Better to Be Poor

It’s better to be poor
And have riches in the Lord
Than have vast earthly wealth
And let it ruin your health.

It’s better to eat soup
With your family and your friends
Than eat the finest steak
At the table of your foes.

It’s better to be patient,
For patience can bring peace,
Than always lose your temper
And make bad matters worse.

It’s better to speak softly
When anger fills the air
Than try to SHOUT your LOUDEST
When you wage a war with words.

About this Song:

The biblical book of Proverbs is chock full of King Solomon’s tidbits of wisdom. The four I’ve used for this song are the only ones I could find that fall into an “It’s better THIS than THAT” pattern, and I’ve searched Proverbs numerous times looking for more. If anyone reading this post can find another one, I’d be most grateful.

Proverbs 15:1

New International Version (NIV)
15 A gentle answer turns away wrath,
    but a harsh word stirs up anger.

Contemporary English Version (CEV)
15 A kind answer soothes angry feelings, but harsh words stir them up.

Good News Translation (GNT)
15 A gentle answer quiets anger, but a harsh one stirs it up.

Proverbs 15:16-18

New International Version (NIV)
16 Better a little with the fear of the Lord
    than great wealth with turmoil.
17 Better a small serving of vegetables with love
    than a fattened calf with hatred.
18 A hot-tempered person stirs up conflict,
    but the one who is patient calms a quarrel.

Contemporary English Version (CEV)
16 It’s better to obey the Lord and have only a little,
    than to be very rich and terribly confused.
17 A simple meal with love is better than a feast where there is hatred.
18 Losing your temper causes a lot of trouble, but staying calm settles arguments.

Good News Translation (GNT)
16 Better to be poor and fear the Lord than to be rich and in trouble.
17 Better to eat vegetables with people you love than to eat the finest meat where there is hate.
18 Hot tempers cause arguments, but patience brings peace.

I’m not sure what translation I based my wording on, but apparently not the three I quoted above. Isn’t it amazing how much difference exists among various translations of the Bible? Of course, some are transliterations rather than new translations–but those often help us get a special feel for the assumed intent of the biblical author.

Does this song bring to mind anything you’d like to share? If so, please leave a comment.

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What Joy a Man Feels

What joy a man feels
When he’s found the right words
For just the right occasion.

Like apples of gold
In a silver setting
Are words fitly spoken.

About this Song:

Yes, I know this little piece is almost too short to call a song, but that’s okay. It’s still complete within itself, even though I normally use it to preface “It’s Better to Be Poor,” which I’ll post next week. These words come from two Scripture passages: Proverbs 15:23 and Proverbs 25:11. I’ve included those passages in each of five translations below.

New International Version (NIV)
Proverbs 15:23

23 A person finds joy in giving an apt reply—and how good is a timely word!

Proverbs 25:11
11 Like apples of gold in settings of silver is a ruling rightly given.

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Contemporary English Version (CEV)
Proverbs 15:23
23 Giving the right answer at the right time makes everyone happy.

Proverbs 25:11
11 The right word  at the right time is like precious gold set in silver.

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The Message (MSG)
Proverbs 15:23

23 Congenial conversation—what a pleasure! The right word at the right time—beautiful!

Proverbs 25:11
11 The right word at the right time is like a custom-made piece of jewelry. . .

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New King James Version (NKJV)
Proverbs 15:23
23 A man has joy by the answer of his mouth,
And a word spoken in due season, how good it is!

Proverbs 25:11
11 A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold
In settings of silver.

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Good News Translation (GNT)
Proverbs 15:23
23 What a joy it is to find just the right word for the right occasion!

Proverbs 25:11
11 An idea well-expressed is like a design of gold, set in silver.

Isn’t that the goal of all speakers and writers–both secular and sacred–to convey a well-expressed idea? We–most of us, anyhow–wouldn’t waste time trying to communicate unless we either had something worthwhile to say or thought we did.

As a published novelist, I know first-hand what a struggle finding just the right word can be. I not only make frequent use of a dictionary and a thesaurus, but occasionally also use a “flip dictionary,” which allows me to look for words related to a given object. (For example, suppose I wanted to learn what the bathroom on a ship is called. I could look up “ship.”)

I’m reminded of a joke I heard years ago. An apartment building housed no one but music students. All day long, one could walk by and listen to the sounds of people practicing scales–up and down, down and up. But this one future cellist played only a single note–an A-flat. Somebody finally got up the nerve to ask why he played only one note hour after hour while everyone else was playing scales. His response? “I listen to the rest of you–day in and day out–and you keep searching for the perfect note. I’ve already found mine.”

Are you looking for just the right word–or don’t you have anything worthwhile to say? If you’re a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, you always have something to talk about, although your “right words” may not always fall on receptive ears.

How about leaving a comment? I’d love to hear from you.

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Roger

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The Lord Is My Shepherd

The Lord is my shepherd.
He gives me everything I need.
He makes me to lie down
In pastures that are green
And he leads me to drink from
The waters that are still.
The Lord is my shepherd.
He gives me everything I need.

He feeds me in the presence of my enemies.
He makes my cup to overflow.
How it overflows.

The Lord gives me new strength;
He guides me in His righteous path.
Though I stumble through darkness,
I need not be afraid.
For the Lord will protect me
With His rod and with His staff.
The Lord is my shepherd.
He gives me everything I need.

He feeds me in the presence of my enemies.
He makes my cup to overflow.
How it overflows.

Surely goodness and mercy
Will follow me throughout my life.
The Lord is my shepherd.
He gives me everything I need.
He gives me everything I need.

About This Song:

Who would’ve thought I’d feel inspired to take the very primitive version of a song I wrote forty-two years ago out of the drawer–it took a while to find it–and almost totally rewrite it? You can listen to this updated version here.

I shouldn’t have been surprised at God’s leading me to do that.

After all, Sunday by Sunday our pastor has kept referring to the twenty-third Psalm in his efforts to encourage the congregation during the very disturbing days of COVID-19 and other things that are going on right now.

I’m not great at memorizing Scripture, although I’m sure I used to be able to quote the familiar King James version below:

The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

But I needed a version I could sing, be encouraged by, and hopefully encourage others with. After you listen to it, I hope you’ll not only feel uplifted, but that some of the words and notes will stay with you. Maybe you can even use them to encourage others yourself.

Oh, and the free lead sheet is available from the Lead Sheet tab at the top of this post.

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Roger

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Is It Me, Lord?

Is it me, Lord? Is it me, Lord?
Is it me, Lord, who’ll carry Your cross on a Sunday,
But betray You with a kiss on Monday?

Is it me, Lord? Is it me, Lord?
Is it me, Lord, who walks on the water on Sunday,
But sinks to the bottom on Monday?

Is it me, Lord? Is it me, Lord?
Is it me, Lord, who’s concerned about the lost on Sunday,
But let ’em go to the devil on Monday?

Is it me, Lord? Is it me, Lord?
Is it me, Lord, who’ll bear Your burdens on Sunday,
But who doesn’t know Your name on Monday?

About This Song:


Is It Me, Lord?” brings to mind the reaction of Jesus’ disciples at the Last Supper after He announced that one of them was going to betray Him.

It’s interesting that eleven of the twelve disciples had no intention of betraying their Lord and Savior. I’m guessing that each of them simply wanted confirmation that he wasn’t going to betray Jesus unintentionally.

Simon Peter didn’t realize he would end up betraying Jesus by denying he knew Jesus later that same evening. Neither did the other disciples realize they would betray Him by running away like the scared-est of scared rabbits when faced with danger, and one disciple (believed to be John) barely escaped–without his clothes, which got torn off in the pursuit.

Are we Christians any better? We may not betray Jesus the way Judas Iscariot did. Or even the way Simon Peter did. But don’t we fail Him in a number of significant ways?

I admit it. I do.

And that makes God’s love and forgiveness all the more special. I need not live with the guilt for what I’ve done or failed to do. I can accept God’s offer of a second chance and move forward, keeping my eyes more completely on Him and growing in my desire to please Him and not myself.

Have you ever let Jesus down? Have you sought His forgiveness? And have you forgiven yourself?

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The Smile Song

refrain
Lord, I look in Your face and marvel at
How You’ve been smiling on me.
For You have made me and You have saved me
And You have set me free.

Lord, I see in Your smile such love that
I know I am never alone.
And, Lord, I see in Your smile such care that
I know You are all that I need.
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Lord, I see in Your smile such strength that
I know You help carry my load.
And, Lord, I see in Your smile such peace that
I know I have nothing to fear.
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Lord, I see in Your smile such grace that
I know You forgive all my sins.
And, Lord, I see in Your smile such hope that
I know I have new life in You.
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About This Song:
Christians often refer to God as their Heavenly Father, and that’s a legitimate biblical concept. But how often do we think about what being God’s children involves?

Do we think about wanting to please God? (Not because we can ever pay Him back for everything He does for us, but to thank Him or–better still–just because we love Him.)  Do we think about how He wants to use us in His “family business”?

And do we think about the pleasure we bring to God? After all, He’s a master craftsman–THE Master Craftsman. He made the world, and He made each of us.

So shouldn’t we feel free–wouldn’t it be proper?–to imagine ourselves looking into the face of God and seeing Him smile back at us the way an earthly parent smiles at his children?

When we look at God that way–even in our imaginations–shouldn’t we be able to see many of the aspects of His love for us?  The kind of love and care “The Smile Song” attempts to describe.

I’d like to think so. And I would much rather picture His love smile of encouragement and approval than His disappointed look when we act like disobedient children.

~*~

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Roger

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Vast

How vast is God’s wisdom;
How broad is His knowledge!
And what mind could fathom
The thoughts of the Lord?
Who could advise God
Or put Him in his debt?
For He’s made all things,
And His Ways are His own.

About This Song:

Some years ago, Beth Moore did a Bible study at the International Mission Board’s annual Spiritual Emphasis Week. While I don’t recall anything about the series otherwise, I do recall an emphasis on Romans 11:33-36. . .


33 Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God!

    How unsearchable his judgments,
    and his paths beyond tracing out!
34 “Who has known the mind of the Lord?
    Or who has been his counselor?”
35 “Who has ever given to God,
    that God should repay them?”
36 For from him and through him and for him are all things.
    To him be the glory forever! Amen.
(NIV)

I always pray while lying in bed going to sleep. I have certain things I pray about, including more than twenty unsaved people and my thousands of unknown readers.

But I also like to praise God for who He is. I marvel at the fact He’s too big, too wise, too knowledgeable, too loving, too merciful–too much of everything I’m not–for me to truly comprehend.

The closest I can come to appreciating God’s vastness is to look at Jesus Christ–God Himself living on the earth as both God and man.

What do you think? Is God too vast for you to comprehend? If not, your God is too small. How about leaving a comment?

I have two lead sheets available for “Vast.” One version is in 3/4 time; the other in 4/4. If you’re a musician, you might want to play around with doing the two versions in sequence. The 3/4 version seems faster; the 4/4 version is more restrained.

~*~

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Roger

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ALMOST YOU’RE SMILING

NOTE: This is an updated repeat from a 2019 post about this song. Because this song has such a special meaning at this time of year, I won’t apologize for posting it again now. I couldn’t sing it at our church’s nursing home ministry this year because of COVID-19 restrictions, but I hope you’ll enjoy last year’s video and ignore the mistakes. Here’s a very recent audio recording–listen here.</A>

Little baby in a manger, almost You’re crying.
Can it be You feel the coldness of the world You’ve come to?
Do You somehow miss the warmth You’ve left at home in Heaven?
Little baby in a manger, almost You’re crying.

Do You see Yourself as just an ordinary baby,
Or do You somehow recognize that You’re the Son of God?

Little baby in a stable, almost You’re smiling.
Can it be You feel the joy of those who wait Your coming?
Do You somehow know what hope You’ve brought to earth from Heaven?
Little baby in a stable, almost You’re smiling.

Do you see Yourself as just an ordinary baby,
Or do You somehow recognize that You’re the King of Kings?”

(instrumental third stanza)

Do you see Yourself as just an ordinary baby,
Or do You somehow recognize that You’re Emmanuel?

About This Song

If you’re like me, you’ve often wished you’d been around two thousand years ago to witness Jesus’s life and ministry in person.

But wishing doesn’t change the fact we were born two millennia too late. Rather than fret about it, let’s imagine we were among the shepherds who saw and listened to the angels’ spectacular announcement of Jesus’s birth–no Super Bowl commercials will ever come close to matching it. And imagine we’ve come to the stable and are looking at Jesus as a newborn.

Hmm. No matter how special the angels said He was, He looks pretty much like any other baby, doesn’t He? Or does He look a little bit more peaceful than a regular baby as he lies there sleeping?

He opens His eyes. He appears to look first at you and then at me. Strange. Newborns aren’t able to focus that way, are they? More amazing still, He appears to be deep in thought. But babies can’t think yet; thought requires a knowledge of language, something  babies aren’t born with.

Of course, we know Jesus is both human and divine. So isn’t it possible He can observe things a normal baby can’t observe? And think or feel things babies shouldn’t be able to think or feel?  Alas, the Bible doesn’t tell us.

I speak to baby Jesus, aware that He shouldn’t be able to understand me. Yet He appears to be listening to my words. Perhaps even comprehending them. As if He might truly be more than just an ordinary baby. After all, fully human and fully divine is a strange and powerful combination. Not to mention a unique one.

Yes, Jesus is unique. Even so, I’m certain He won’t be able to answer my questions or comment about my observations.

I don’t know how Jesus differed from ordinary babies while–at the same time–still being quite ordinary. It doesn’t  matter. Even as a baby, He deserved and deserves my praise and adoration–during the whole year. Not just at Christmas.

Please feel free to share a comment.

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