Have You Heard the Best News Ever?

The title of today’s post is a double entendre—a statement that has a double meaning.

If you are one of many redeemed saints who can thankfully and enthusiastically shout to Jesus, “You Found Me!” then “Grace Got You,” and you are now a “Lifer” in Him.

And if that’s the case, it all started when you heard and responded to the “Best News Ever“—the gospel of grace in Christ Jesus. Hallelujah!

Now, for the second meaning of the title.

Have you heard the MercyMe song, “Best News Ever,” from their newest album, Lifer?

If you haven’t, to say you’re missing out would be a gross understatement.

I began this post series on the messages in MercyMe’s Lifer by sharing the album’s backstory.

And so far, I’ve shared the message in its first three tracks.

(Here is a table of contents for every post in this series.)

  1. Why I Think MercyMe’s Newest Album, Lifer, Is Their Best Ever” – Intro
  2. Are You a Lifer in Christ?” – a review of track 1, “Lifer
  3. Come out, Come out, Wherever You Are!” – a review of track 2, “You Found Me
  4. Has Grace Got You?” – a review of track 3, “Grace Got You
  5. Have You Heard the Best News Ever?” – a review of track 4, “Best News Ever
  6. Because Life Ain’t Always Pretty” – a review of track 5, “Even If
  7. Bye-Bye Lies!” – a review of track 6, “Hello Beautiful
  8. Don’t Throw in the Towel” – a review of track 7, “We Win
  9. Why Every Christian Should Be Doing the Happy Dance” – a review of track 8, “Happy Dance
  10. Christian, Heaven Is Here & Now!” – a review of track 9, “Heaven’s Here
  11. This Ghost Is Way Friendlier Than Casper!” – a review of track 10, “Ghost

Now let’s watch as Bart Millard, the band’s lead singer, tells the short and sweet story behind the fourth track on the album, “Best News Ever”:

Millard believes this song—message wise—is the flagship (the most important) on the record:

I will honestly say it’s one of my favorite messages on the record, because it’s the way I grew up. It was, ‘Be all you can be and, you know, you get what you deserve. And work harder and try harder.’ And it’s like, well wait a minute, what if somebody (which somebody did), what if they came and told me, ‘Hey, the work’s already been done; the fight’s already been won. You don’t have to try so hard.’ That’s what makes the gospel not just the good news, but the best news ever.”

I wholeheartedly agree with Millard’s statement.

The work’s already been done; the fight’s already been won … That’s what makes the gospel not just the good news, but the best news ever!

Listening to the story behind the song reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend (who is at least thirty years my senior) at a local grocery store several years ago.

A sad conversation.

She was one of the first people to invite me and Steven to the church we have attended since we moved to Perryton almost twenty years ago.

Every time we see each other, we always end up talking about the Lord.

But that day in the pasta aisle, I was completely unprepared for what she was going to say to me.

I said something about looking forward to spending eternity in Heaven with Jesus, and she responded to me with worried eyes, “I sure hope I make it.”

I couldn’t believe my ears!

This precious friend loved Jesus with all her heart, yet she did not have assurance that she would spend forever with Him when she passed from this earth.

How heartbreaking that she had spent her entire Christian life not clearly understanding the gospel of grace in Christ Jesus—the best news ever!

I think I said something like, “Sure you’re gonna make it! You’re one of the most Jesus-loving women I know.”

She smiled when I said that, but I knew she still wasn’t convinced that her final destination included eternal happiness with Jesus.

And then we went in opposite directions to finish our grocery shopping.

I wish I would’ve said to her what I so clearly understand now:

Saving is all his idea, and all his work. All we do is trust him enough to let him do it. It’s God’s gift from start to finish! We don’t play the major role. If we did, we’d probably go around bragging that we’d done the whole thing! No, we neither make nor save ourselves. God does both the making and saving. (Eph. 2:8-9 MSG).

And now I’m wondering if she’s still wondering …

The apostle John tells us in his first epistle that we can know for sure that we have eternal life:

These things I have written to you who believe in the name of the Son of God, so that you may know that you have eternal life (1 John 5:13).”

What things did he write prior to this verse so that those of us who believe in the name of the Son of God can know we will spend forever with Jesus?

Let’s look at First John 5:10-12 to find the answer:

10 The one who believes in the Son of God has the testimony in himself; the one who does not believe God has made Him a liar, because he has not believed in the testimony that God has given concerning His Son.

11 And the testimony is this, that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son.

12 He who has the Son has the life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have the life.

He who has the Son has the life (because Jesus is eternal life).

He who does not have the Son of God does not have the life (because Jesus is eternal life).

It really is that simple!

Me + Jesus = Eternal Spiritual Life
Me – Jesus = Eternal Spiritual Death

And let’s not forget that John 3:16—the most famous verse in the Bible—also came from the inspired pen of the apostle John:

For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

I wrote a post on John 3:16 titled “The Most Important Verse in the Bible.”

In it, I share how the word in actually means “into.”

So, when we believe in the name of the Son of God, we believe ourselves right into His Spirit.

In other words, when we believe, Father God takes us out of Adam and places us into Christ (Col. 1:13).

Our new spirit is immersed (baptized) into His eternal Spirit.

Forever.

Never again to be separated.

And there is nothing we can do (or not do) to mess this up.

The gospel of grace in Christ Jesus really is the best news ever!

Now, won’t you join me in celebrating the best news ever by listening to MercyMe’s song “Best News Ever” with me?

Dearly beloved,

So far, which song on the album do you like best and why?

I’m looking forward to your response!

Until next time,
Live Christ—Live Happy!

P.S. If you love the pure gospel of grace in Jesus Christ, then you will savor my debut Bible study, His Banner Over Me Is Pursuing Love.

This is an intimate, interactive study on the first two chapters of the Song of Songs, dynamically designed to help believers in Christ, both men and women, enjoy wondrous delight in intimacy with Him through understanding their one-and-only, flawless identity in Him.

Learn more by checking out my book page.

P.S. S. If you want to know more about me and the types of content I post, please visit My Core Beliefs page and my About page.

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This Man of Mine

Twenty Years Together and Holding Strong

He’s my best friend on this earth, my truth-teller when I’m whiny, and my hard-working-so-I-can-stay-home-and-write cowboy. Today’s post is a tribute to my husband of twenty years (July 19, 1997), Steven Dean Francis.

Two decades of marriage may not seem like much to most people, but it is nothing short of miraculous for me. My marital track record up until this cowboy and I started sparkin’ (his word for our romance) wasn’t good.

It wasn’t good because of the mess of lies that lived in my head for most of my life:

  • “You’ll be happy when you marry the perfect man (I sometimes tend to be idealistic).”
  • “You’ll be happy when you have children.”
  • “You’ll be happy when you have a teaching career.”
  • “You’ll be happy when you get a nose job and lose that extra weight.”
  • “You’ll be happy when you make enough money to buy … what will make you happy.”

Can you relate?

I’m still amazed that Steven chose me. Our union is a perfect example of God’s love, sovereignty, grace, and faithfulness.

Ours isn’t a love-at-first-sight story.

In the fall of 1964, we were both delivered by the same pipe-smokin’, suspender-wearin’, kid-scarin’ doctor in Spearman, Texas. Steven grew up there, but my family moved around the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles a lot—due to my dad’s work in the oilfield.

Steven was in the same grade as my cousin and knew my extended family well. But I didn’t meet him until 1992. That was when I started waiting tables at my mom’s restaurant—the Palo Duro Cafe in Spearman, Texas. He was farming at that time.

We knew each other as acquaintances for four years.

I remember well the morning I got down on my knees and asked God to put the man of His choice in my life. That was the first time I ever did that, so I knew He was at work.

Two weeks later, He placed His heavenly spotlight on Steven. God had answered my prayer in a most unexpected way and at almost lightning speed.

We started dating on my thirty-second birthday and were married before both of our thirty-third birthdays. I’m almost two months older than him. You would think I was a lot older by the way he tells everyone he married an “older” woman. (Smile.)

One day at lunch (about eight months into our love story) over sandwiches and tropical punch flavored Kool Aid, he popped the question.

Well, sort of.

It sounded something like this: We’re together all the time anyway, so don’t you think we might as well get married? (Pretty romantic, huh?)

I could hardly believe it. He actually wanted to say “I do” to someone whom most eligible, never-been-married bachelors might have considered “damaged goods.” I had a twelve-year-old son. And (this is a big AND) I couldn’t have any more children.

I almost backed out … for his sake. In my mind, he deserved better. (Tears.)

But God was unrelenting. He would not allow it. And I’m so thankful!

Steven and I both knew God put us together. So, all we’ve wanted to do from that point forward is to live our lives as a thank offering to Him.

We moved to Perryton, Texas, on our first anniversary and have lived here ever since—still seeking God’s direction for our lives and loving (almost) every minute of it.

Our love story in a nutshell? We fell in love with each other. Then, we fell in love with Jesus.

I’m sure if Father God had His druthers, He would have liked for our romance to have happened the other way around. But it didn’t.

That’s amazing grace.

I’m going to take next week off from blogging to celebrate God’s miraculous match-making abilities with this man of mine.

I will be posting this Friday, though. I’ll share the message in MercyMe’s song, “Hello Beautiful,” from their newest album, Lifer (what would’ve been today’s post in my Wednesday Summer Song Series).

If you haven’t read all of my posts since launching on March 1, there are over forty in the archives. Next week would be an opportune time to catch up!

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In closing, do you have a love story to tell? If so, I would love to hear it!

Until next month!

 

 

 

 

 

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Way Better Than Botox!

His Banner Over Me Is Pursuing Love - Excerpt 16

In the Sunday morning service at our church, the lights are almost always dimmed during the prayer time. A young boy, three rows up and to the left of where I was sitting, recently caught my attention. He was looking down, and his face was glowing.

No, he wasn’t having a spiritual experience, if that’s what you were thinking. He was looking at his smartphone and was radiant. I was confident he was looking at Scripture, though—he was sitting right next to his mother!

When I saw him, I immediately thought of Psalm 34:5, which says, “They looked to Him and were radiant.” I couldn’t help but grin.

I love our Beloved’s sense of humor, don’t you?

As I approached the big five-oh, I could hardly believe it. It wasn’t that long ago when I thought someone in his or her fifties was ancient. With the exception of experiencing a few aches and pains every now and then, I didn’t feel anywhere near fifty. I said, “I didn’t feel anywhere near fifty.” I didn’t say I didn’t look it.

Just ask the sales lady at the counter of one of our local department stores. While I was doing some holiday shopping a few years ago, she asked me if I had the special discount card for people who were fifty and older. Having recently turned forty-eight, I smiled and politely responded, “I’m not fifty yet but getting close.”

No, I’m not holding a grudge. No, really. All kidding aside, with each passing year in my Beloved, life just keeps getting sweeter and sweeter.

The apostle Paul speaks of the believer’s internal fountain of youth in his second letter to the church at Corinth: “Therefore we do not lose heart, but though our outer man is decaying, yet our inner man is being renewed day by day” (2 Cor. 4:16).

As evidenced by the store clerk’s assumption about my age, wrinkles have popped up all over my face (like uninvited guests) in the past few years. I am beginning to understand why all the fuss about creams, chemical peels, Botox, and plastic surgery, and asking my Beloved to cause me to age gracefully and gratefully.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could find a picture of how we wanted to look and just stare at it until we were magically transformed into that image? I’m dreaming again, I know, but do you realize that we have a promise greater than that of physical transformation? The only thing it costs us is our time and focus.

The Word of God tells us that as we gaze upon His glory, we are being transformed into His same image. This principle of being “transformed by beholding” comes from 2 Corinthians 3:18:

Now all of us, with our faces unveiled, reflect the glory of the Lord as if we are mirrors; and so we are being transformed, metamorphosed, into His same image from one radiance of glory to another, just as the Spirit of the Lord accomplishes it. (VOICE)

Even though we cannot yet see our Beloved face to face, we can gaze on His glorious person by spending focused time with Him and meditating on what His Word says about who He is in us and who we are in Him. As we do this, our lives will become a radiant reflection of Him.

Physical beauty will continue to fade as we age and become more gravitationally challenged, but spiritual transformation lasts forever. Great hope and comfort can be found in knowing this.

Oh, and by the way, one day we will experience the complete package of our salvation when we get our glorified bodies—bodies saturated with divine, life-giving energy that will live forever in perfect union with Jesus (1 Cor. 15:51–57).

Doesn’t that sound wonderful? The older I get, the more I appreciate and look forward to the fulfillment of this incredible promise. This is way better than Botox!

Dear Christian, I’m wondering,

Are you as excited as I am about one day receiving a glorified body—fully infused with the immortal life of Christ?

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Until next time,

 

 

 

 

 

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Because Life Ain’t Always Pretty

MercyMe Lifer Message - Track 5 - "Even If"

MercyMe’s debut single, “Even If,” from their album Lifer has enjoyed sweet success since its release in February 2017.

It dominated the Billboard and Mediabase radio charts with a 19-week streak at No. 1 and has been nominated as the Top Christian Song by the 2018 Billboard Music Awards.

The album Lifer also received the nomination for Top Christian Album and the band has been nominated for Top Christian Band.

If these stats don’t convince you that Lifer‘s “got it going on,” then you just might be a tough nut to crack.

Today’s post on the message in “Even If” is the latest in my post series on the messages in every song on Lifer:

(Here is a table of contents for every post in this series.)

  1. Why I Think MercyMe’s Newest Album, Lifer, Is Their Best Ever” – Intro
  2. Are You a Lifer in Christ?” – a review of track 1, “Lifer
  3. Come out, Come out, Wherever You Are!” – a review of track 2, “You Found Me
  4. Has Grace Got You?” – a review of track 3, “Grace Got You
  5. Have You Heard the Best News Ever?” – a review of track 4, “Best News Ever
  6. Because Life Ain’t Always Pretty” – a review of track 5, “Even If
  7. Bye-Bye Lies!” – a review of track 6, “Hello Beautiful
  8. Don’t Throw in the Towel” – a review of track 7, “We Win
  9. Why Every Christian Should Be Doing the Happy Dance” – a review of track 8, “Happy Dance
  10. Christian, Heaven Is Here & Now!” – a review of track 9, “Heaven’s Here
  11. This Ghost Is Way Friendlier Than Casper!” – a review of track 10, “Ghost

Ironically, the sweet success of “Even If” is attributed to the fact that life on planet earth isn’t always sweet.

So far, every song I’ve reviewed has been an upbeat, put-on-your-boogie-shoes song you just can’t help but smile, sing, dance, and shout for joy to.

They all reflect the reason Christians around the world should be celebrating: the finished work of Christ.

The work that has already been done on our behalf.

“Even If” also celebrates the finished work of Christ, but in a different way.

It is one of only two ballads on the entire album and speaks volumes of encouragement to Christians who seem to be going through one battle after another.

With no sign of reprieve.

Weekend 22, a weekly two-hour nationally syndicated Christian music countdown show, described MercyMe’s stunning anthem as the album’s “crown jewel.”

Let’s watch the heart behind this remarkable song:

Just in case you are more of a visual person (like me) rather than auditory, Millard summed up what he just said in a recent Facebook post on MercyMe’s fan page:

What Christ has already done on the cross is probably the only thing we need to get through those circumstances. It’s a foundation that was built long before those difficulties came to be. 

(Watch Bart give the full testimony in this YouTube video.)

I love that Millard keeps going back to the only real reason we Christians have to hope in better days to come: Jesus Christ.

Specifically, Christ in us—our glorious Hope for all eternity (Col. 1:27)!

Now, let’s watch the state-of-the-art official lyric video for “Even If”:

Even though I’m not currently going through tough circumstances, in the spring of 2016, my world was being turned upside down.

And interestingly enough, God used the MercyMe song, “Move,” to let me know that brighter days were coming.

I wrote about it in my post, “What a Difference a Year Makes! How a Kiss of Hope Helped Me Get Through Gut-Wrenching Circumstances.”

Had “Even If” been released during that time, I’m convinced that I would have played it, along with “Move,” again and again to encourage and remind me of the incredible hope that I have as a believer in Christ.

Even if those circumstances never changed … or got worse.

Right now, there are people close to me who are going through heart-wrenching circumstances.

Circumstances that don’t seem to be going away.

But God continues to minister to them through the hope-filled, it-is-well-with-my-soul-regardless-of-my-circumstances message in “Even If.”

I thank God for MercyMe’s heart in ministering to hurting people through their life-giving, hope-infusing, grace-filled music!

Dearly beloved,

Has God used MercyMe’s “Even If” to minister encouragement and hope to you?

I’m would love to hear your story and praise Him with you.

Until next time,
Live Christ—Live Happy!

P.S. If you love the pure gospel of grace in Jesus Christ, then you will savor my debut Bible study, His Banner Over Me Is Pursuing Love.

This is an intimate, interactive study on the first two chapters of the Song of Songs, dynamically designed to help believers in Christ, both men and women, enjoy wondrous delight in intimacy with Him through understanding their one-and-only, flawless identity in Him.

Learn more by checking out my book page.

P.S. S. If you want to know more about me and the types of content I post, please visit My Core Beliefs page and my About page.

Subscribe to my blog and receive a FREE PDF Download of “Who I Am in Christ IS Who I Am!”

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Have You Ever Been Kissed Awake?

Have you ever been kissed awake? This question might remind you of the sweet, memorable line by little Pattie-Cake Spencer in the 1963 film, Spencer’s Mountain (The Waltons was a spin-off from this movie). Her oldest brother, Clayboy, has come upstairs to wake her up, but she doesn’t want to get out of bed yet. So she says, “Kiss me awake, Clayboy!”

While I watched this endearing scene, I immediately thought about all the times I had been kissed awake. And I’m not talking about being kissed awake by an affectionate human being or pet.

I’m talking about being kissed awake by God.

It happened again just this morning. Right as I was waking up, the song that was playing in my head was “Silly Love Songs”—one of my favorites from the 70s by Paul McCartney & Wings.

The chorus, I…love…you…was playing over and over in my mind. Can you hear it?

I could’ve thought, Hmm, I wonder why that song is playing in my head. But I didn’t. I knew exactly where it was coming from.

It was Jesus wooing me—first thing in the morning. He was reminding me that I am the object of His supreme affection and that I am always on His heart and mind. Even while I’m sleeping.

Christian, do you realize that Jesus never dozes off and continually sings over you while you are sleeping?

If you need His Word and His Spirit to convince you, here’s the proof:

Isn’t it a wonderful thing to know that even when we are asleep, our Spiritual Bridegroom never sleeps and is continually serenading us?

I am so thankful that He lives in me twenty-four/seven and continually reminds that I am His and He is mine (Song of Songs 6:3).

I’m wondering, have you ever been kissed awake by God?

I would love to hear your story.

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Until next time,

 

 

 

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Bye-Bye Lies!

The first time I heard “Hello Beautiful,” the sixth track on MercyMe’s newest album, Lifer, was last spring.

I had my earbuds in, walking around my neighborhood and savoring the emergence of new life in its vibrant shades of green.

The song right before it was “Even If,” the group’s debut hit single from Lifer.

I wrote about the message in this it-is-well-with-my-soul-regardless-of-my-circumstances ballad in last week’s post.

(Here is a table of contents for every post in this series.)

  1. Why I Think MercyMe’s Newest Album, Lifer, Is Their Best Ever” – Intro
  2. Are You a Lifer in Christ?” – a review of track 1, “Lifer
  3. Come out, Come out, Wherever You Are!” – a review of track 2, “You Found Me
  4. Has Grace Got You?” – a review of track 3, “Grace Got You
  5. Have You Heard the Best News Ever?” – a review of track 4, “Best News Ever
  6. Because Life Ain’t Always Pretty” – a review of track 5, “Even If
  7. Bye-Bye Lies!” – a review of track 6, “Hello Beautiful
  8. Don’t Throw in the Towel” – a review of track 7, “We Win
  9. Why Every Christian Should Be Doing the Happy Dance” – a review of track 8, “Happy Dance
  10. Christian, Heaven Is Here & Now!” – a review of track 9, “Heaven’s Here
  11. This Ghost Is Way Friendlier Than Casper!” – a review of track 10, “Ghost

I couldn’t help but speed up my pace as the intro started on “Hello Beautiful.”

Its unique finger-snappin,’ folksy tune inspired me to race-walk.

(I wanted to run, but was sure my over-fifty-year-old knees wouldn’t comply.)

Let’s find out why this song is Bart Millard’s, the group’s lead singer and song writer, absolute favorite song on the album by watching the two-minute story behind the song:

Now, let’s enjoy the full track:

The song’s message in a nutshell?

If you want to say hello to the beautiful truths of your new life in Christ, first say bye-bye to the ugly lies that are keeping you from enjoying the freedom He died to give you.

Debilitating lies like:

  • No one will ever really love me for me.
  • My past is unforgivable.
  • I am alone.
  • I will never be good enough.
  • I am no different than I was before I accepted Christ.
  • Because of what they did to me, my life is forever ruined—with no hope for change.

(For insight into where these lies originate, checkout my post, “Catch the Foxes.”)

I love the prison cell imagery in “Hello Beautiful.”

It depicts a Christian who has fallen prey to some or all of the above life-draining lies carved into the walls of his or her mind (Rom. 12:1-2).

But God.

God begins to call us out of that prison cell with absolute truth.

He says,

  • “I’ve never quit loving you and never will. Expect love, love, and more love!” (Jer. 31:3 MSG).
  • “I made you alive with Christ, and I forgave all your sins” (Col. 2:13).
  • “I will never leave you; I will never abandon you” ( Heb. 13:5).
  • “I have made you complete in Christ” ( Col. 2:10).
  • “You are a brand-new creation because you are in My Son; the old you is gone forever!” (2 Cor. 5:17).
  • “I have blessed you with every spiritual blessing that Heaven has to offer” (Eph. 1:3).

Knowing the truth about who God is and who we are in His Son literally rips the hinges off the prison cell door in our minds! (John 8:32).

Dearly beloved,

What lies do you need to say Bye-Bye! to so that you can say Hello, Beautiful! to the stunning truths of your new life in Christ?

Until next time,
Live Christ—Live Happy!

P.S. If you love the pure gospel of grace in Jesus Christ, then you will savor my debut Bible study, His Banner Over Me Is Pursuing Love.

This is an intimate, interactive study on the first two chapters of the Song of Songs, dynamically designed to help believers in Christ, both men and women, enjoy wondrous delight in intimacy with Him through understanding their one-and-only, flawless identity in Him.

Learn more by checking out my book page.

P.S. S. If you want to know more about me and the types of content I post, please visit My Core Beliefs page and my About page.

Subscribe to my blog and receive a FREE PDF Download of “Who I Am in Christ IS Who I Am!”

CONTACT INFORMATION:

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P.O. Box 357
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