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  • Scott Dooley: Welcome to"Connect with Skip Heitzig," as
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  • we join Skip for today's episodeof our "Smart Home" series.
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  • This is Scott Dooley.
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  • Glad you could join us today.
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  • We will turn to Psalm 127 in amoment and join Skip, but first,
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  • a word about his latest book,"Biography of God."
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  • Now, here's Skip and themessage, "Meet the Architect."
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Skip Heitzig: The covenant namewould probably be pronounced in
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  • Hebrew, "Yahweh," or "Yahveh."
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  • We don't exactly know how it'spronounced because we are left
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  • with Hebrew consonants only.
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  • It's called the Tetragrammaton,but that's the personal name
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  • of God.
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  • That's how God introducedhimself to Moses when Moses
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  • said, "Okay, I'll be yourspokesperson, but who do I say
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  • sent me?
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  • What's your name?"
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  • and God said, "I Am Who I Am."
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  • I Am Who I Am.
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  • That's his name, Yahweh, thebecoming One, the immutable One.
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  • It describes his character.
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  • I'm bringing this up becausethat's the Lord whose idea
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  • it was.
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  • The covenant Lord who lovespeople and established
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  • a covenant with people in turndesigned a covenant for people
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  • so that on a human levelthat love can spread.
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  • So he's the designerof the home.
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  • He's the divine architect.
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  • He is the great blueprint-maker.
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  • And that's significant in anyhome and any relationship.
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  • When I was first engaged and mywife and I went through--
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  • my fiancé at the time wentthrough marriage prep, we were
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  • given a book, a little workbook,and there was one little diagram
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  • that I came across that wasvery instructive to me.
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  • It's very basic, and you'll go,"I know that stuff.
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  • I've been there," but to me itwas revolutionary.
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  • It was so simple andI needed simple.
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  • I'm a guy who needed simple.
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  • So it was a little triangledrawn in this book and the
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  • triangle said, "This is aChristian relationship."
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  • The top of the triangle, thepinnacle, said, "God," the
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  • bottom said, "Husband," theother bottom said, "Wife," and
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  • the author was trying to get avery important point across is
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  • that the closer you bothindividually come to God, the
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  • closer you get to each other.
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  • You strengthen the bond byseeking the Lord.
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  • And I'll never forget that, andthat's been a principle,
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  • a driving principle ofour relationship.
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  • Now, because it was God's idea,then it's really no wonder that
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  • the Bible will often highlightthis theme over and over again.
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  • The Bible is a prominentbiblical theme.
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  • It exalts the home.
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  • God has a lot to say about it.
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  • In both the Old and the NewTestament, this thread gets
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  • woven over and over again.
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  • There's instruction.
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  • There's examples,both good and bad.
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  • It's all through thetext of Scripture.
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  • So it leaves us with two waysto build a home.
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  • Speaking of simple,let's get simple.
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  • Two ways to build a home: thesmart way and the, let's just
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  • say, not-so-smart way.
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  • So you got the smart way and thenot-so-smart way.
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  • What's the not-so-smart wayto build a home?
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  • The not-so-smart way to build ahome is you build it, you design
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  • it, and then you just sort ofplop it down and ask God
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  • to bless it.
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  • That's not so smart.
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  • You come up with your own ideas,your own skill, your own
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  • knowledge, your own resources,and then go, "Oh yeah, by the
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  • way, God, would you happento bless my deal?"
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  • That's not so smart.
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  • The smart way to build is todiscover the design that the
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  • first designer already designed.
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  • You start with that.
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  • Because he invented it.
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  • he knows how to make itfunction at peak.
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  • When you do that, you startdiscovering the thrill that this
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  • psalm speaks of of God at workin providing for your home and
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  • protecting your relationship.
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  • So that's the designer.
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  • Now, let's considerthe builders.
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  • And notice, I put it inthe plural, builders.
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  • There's not just a builder,there are builders.
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  • Now you're thinkin', "Wait aminute, the psalm says there's
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  • just a builder, the Lord."
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  • Well, keep reading, "Unless theLord builds the house,
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  • they labor."
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  • Who are they?
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  • The ones in this home.
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  • So God is the builder, but itsays, "They labor in vain
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  • who," what?
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  • "Build it."
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  • So God is building it and theyare building it.
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  • So the psalm includes a divinebuilder, God, and human
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  • builders, human labors,human watchmen.
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  • This verse is simply stating theidiocy of trying to go it alone
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  • in life, of tryin' to build iton your own, because the person
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  • who does that is tiredand unsuccessful.
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  • It's all in vain.
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  • They're spinning their wheels.
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  • They're not seeing thedesired results.
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  • So this verse is sort of likePhilippians 2 where Paul says,
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  • "Work out your own salvation infear and trembling," and then
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  • the next verse says, "For it isGod who works in you, both to
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  • will and do of hisgood pleasure."
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  • So both are true: God gives youthe energy and the power, but he
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  • expects you to work at it.
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  • God works in you, but you stillhave to do the work.
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  • This is also like 2 Corinthianschapter 3, verse 6: "Not that we
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  • are sufficient of ourselves,but our sufficiency is of God
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  • or from God."
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  • All of that to say this: you'llnever pull off the assignment of
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  • being a Christian husbandwithout the Lord.
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  • You'll never be able to be thewife God wants you to be, or the
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  • parent God wants you to be, orsuccessfully date a person
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  • without the Lordbuilding with you.
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  • You got to build, but if youbuild without the Lord,
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  • that's not smart.
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  • So here's the big point of this.
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  • Life is lived at its best whenyou build alongside the Lord.
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  • Life is lived at its best whenyou build alongside the Lord.
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  • I love how 2 Corinthians 6,verse 1 begins: "We then,
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  • as workers together with him."
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  • I like that approach,and that is the approach.
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  • The right approach to a home isnot, "Let go and let God."
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  • I've heard that for years.
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  • Just let go and let God.
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  • That's not the approach tobuilding a home, nor is it,
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  • "I'll go without God."
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  • That's not smart.
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  • We should be saying,"Let's go, God."
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  • I'll go with God.
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  • You want to build, you wanna putall you can into it, but you
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  • wanna also acknowledge thedivine architect.
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  • So a smart home begins byrecognizing first who the
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  • designer is, the architect.
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  • Second, it includes the wisdomof building alongside the
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  • designer, using his design.
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  • There's an old saying that says,"Little is much if God
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  • is in it."
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  • Little is much if God is in it.
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  • The reverse is also true.
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  • Much is nothing if Godisn't in it.
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  • Now, the Psalm goes on todescribe what it is
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  • you're building.
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  • It enumerates relationships.
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  • That's what you arebuilding in a home.
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  • A smart person will be all aboutbuilding relationships.
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  • It's called a house and it'scalled a city at first, but
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  • these two words are pictures ofedifying, building up, providing
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  • for, and giving protection tothe home, the home environment.
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  • Verse 3 elaborates on that.
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  • Look what it says, "Behold."
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  • I love verses that beganthat way, "Behold."
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  • It's such a biblical word.
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  • It probably would be besttranslated, "Hey, check this
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  • out," or "Look at this," or "Letme have your attention," or
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  • we might say in our modernvernacular, "Put your phone down
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  • and listen to this."
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  • "Behold, children area heritage from the Lord.
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  • The fruit of the wombis a reward.
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  • Like arrows in the hand of awarrior, so are the children
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  • of one's youth.
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  • Happy is the man who hashis quiver full of them.
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  • They shall not be ashamed, butthey shall speak with their
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  • enemies in the gate."
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  • Happy is the man.
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  • So all of this is about buildinga family, building relationships
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  • within a family.
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  • If you were to take your lifedown to its irreducible minimum
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  • where there's just no more, justthe nuts and bolts, you strip
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  • away your things, your home,your cars, your hobbies, you
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  • come down to just the basiccomponents, what you have is
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  • a single word: relationships.
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  • Good, or bad, or stale, orvibrant, but that's what you
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  • have, relationships.
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  • Now, notice that it sayschildren are a heritage.
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  • It doesn't say children arean accident from the Lord.
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  • It doesn't say children area curse from the Lord.
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  • Or it doesn't say children arean inconvenience from the Lord.
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  • Children are a heritage.
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  • One translation says, "Childrenare a gift from the Lord."
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  • In fact, one translation says,"Children are God's best gift."
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  • Now, I know every parentquestions this at some point of
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  • a child's development.
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  • Usually the first few months isthe first big question and then
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  • teenage years is like thesecond time they question.
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  • Heritage?
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  • I don't know about that.
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  • But one source, and I like this,says that the word "heritage"
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  • should be translated,"assignment."
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  • Now, think about this.
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  • Children are God's assignment.
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  • How are you doing with yourhomework, your assignment,
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  • your commission from God?
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  • So God knows exactly whatpersonality of children to give
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  • to us, lend to us inthat assignment.
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  • A lot of times we parents think,"Well, I am here to shape the
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  • destiny of my children."
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  • That's true, you are.
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  • You are.
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  • You are, but have you everthought that your children are
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  • there to help shape your ownpersonality and destiny?
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  • And though you might getfrustrated with their
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  • personalities, God could beusing them to shape you as well,
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  • so they're an assignment.
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  • And why are they so importantand why does he highlight this
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  • relational part of the home?
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  • It's simple.
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  • Children are the only earthlyitems you can take with you
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  • to heaven.
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  • You'll never take anything else.
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  • You can't take it with you, butthem you can, so they're worth
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  • investing in.
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  • They're a reward.
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  • Then there's grandparenting, andthat's where the reward is
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  • really realized, 'causegrandkids are a whole different
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  • level of enjoyment.
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  • Grandchildren are God's rewardfor not killing your children.
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  • And what I love about grandkids,they're an assignment from
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  • the Lord, but they're notmy assignment now.
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  • They're my son anddaughter-in-law's assignment,
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  • but they're my grandkids, soI'll fill 'em with sugar and
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  • sent 'em home, and play withthem and let them do whatever
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  • they want 'cause I liketo spoil them.
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  • Pure reward.
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  • So we looked at the designerand the builders.
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  • Now, let's just take it adeeper level, the dwellers.
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  • Shall we open the door andsee who is in this home?
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  • Let's meet them.
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  • In verse 5 it says,"Happy is the," what?
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  • The what?
  • 00:13:18.789 --> 00:13:20.090
  • "The man."
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  • So we got a man in this home.
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  • That's good.
  • 00:13:22.826 --> 00:13:24.161
  • And we have somebody else if yougo back to verse 3, "Behold,
  • 00:13:24.194 --> 00:13:26.997
  • children are a heritage from theLord, the fruit of the womb."
  • 00:13:27.030 --> 00:13:31.735
  • So you have to have a wife,a woman.
  • 00:13:31.768 --> 00:13:34.238
  • That's where a womb comes from.
  • 00:13:34.271 --> 00:13:36.640
  • So you got a man and his wife.
  • 00:13:36.673 --> 00:13:39.476
  • And then the phrasebefore that, "Children."
  • 00:13:39.509 --> 00:13:41.778
  • So you've got a man, and wife,and children that comprise this
  • 00:13:41.812 --> 00:13:46.250
  • home that is highlightedin the psalm.
  • 00:13:46.283 --> 00:13:49.186
  • But there's more.
  • 00:13:49.219 --> 00:13:51.188
  • Who else is mentioned in thispsalm as being part
  • 00:13:51.221 --> 00:13:55.492
  • of this unit?
  • 00:13:55.525 --> 00:13:56.827
  • The Lord, several times.
  • 00:13:56.860 --> 00:13:59.129
  • In verse 1, the Lord builds.
  • 00:13:59.162 --> 00:14:01.465
  • In the same verse,the Lord guards the city.
  • 00:14:01.498 --> 00:14:04.201
  • You've got to be inside the cityin order to guard the city.
  • 00:14:04.234 --> 00:14:08.538
  • Also, you'll notice in verse 2,God is giving the inhabitants of
  • 00:14:08.572 --> 00:14:11.875
  • this home sleep.
  • 00:14:11.909 --> 00:14:13.777
  • It says, "For so he gives hisbeloved sleep."
  • 00:14:13.810 --> 00:14:16.179
  • So he's the Lord of the bedroomin this relationship.
  • 00:14:16.213 --> 00:14:21.018
  • I'll press it even further.
  • 00:14:21.051 --> 00:14:22.386
  • Hope it doesn't make youfeel uncomfortable.
  • 00:14:22.419 --> 00:14:23.820
  • He's the Lord of yoursexual relationship.
  • 00:14:23.854 --> 00:14:27.357
  • In fact, I know this to be truebecause verse 3 shows that God
  • 00:14:27.391 --> 00:14:31.328
  • is responsible in part in theproduction of children.
  • 00:14:31.361 --> 00:14:36.400
  • You gotta work at that, but Godis the one who ultimately
  • 00:14:36.433 --> 00:14:39.236
  • blesses that.
  • 00:14:39.269 --> 00:14:40.570
  • It's a reward.
  • 00:14:40.604 --> 00:14:41.939
  • Now, I just gotta say, if you'reunable to have children, we'll
  • 00:14:41.972 --> 00:14:43.674
  • get to that at a future study.
  • 00:14:43.707 --> 00:14:45.542
  • God has lots of creative ways toreward you besides children.
  • 00:14:45.575 --> 00:14:51.014
  • But in this case, God isrewarding them with that.
  • 00:14:51.048 --> 00:14:54.751
  • So he is describing the Lord asone who is involved in the
  • 00:14:54.785 --> 00:14:59.690
  • production of children.
  • 00:14:59.723 --> 00:15:01.358
  • That's how he isbuilding the city.
  • 00:15:01.391 --> 00:15:04.261
  • Here's the grand pointI wanna make here.
  • 00:15:04.294 --> 00:15:08.365
  • The idea of a man, a wife,children, and the Lord in this
  • 00:15:08.398 --> 00:15:11.902
  • home is simple.
  • 00:15:11.935 --> 00:15:13.270
  • God wants to be part ofevery part of your life.
  • 00:15:13.303 --> 00:15:19.810
  • God wants to be partof your family life.
  • 00:15:19.843 --> 00:15:23.680
  • He wants to be in your kitchen.
  • 00:15:23.714 --> 00:15:25.048
  • He wants to be inyour dining room.
  • 00:15:25.082 --> 00:15:26.383
  • He'd like to be in your livingroom, your bedroom, your garage,
  • 00:15:26.416 --> 00:15:29.753
  • your work room, your homeoffice, your entertainment room.
  • 00:15:29.786 --> 00:15:32.856
  • He wants to be a part of it all.
  • 00:15:32.889 --> 00:15:34.358
  • He doesn't want to be regulatedto, "Well, there's the Bible
  • 00:15:34.391 --> 00:15:36.827
  • on the nightstand.
  • 00:15:36.860 --> 00:15:38.195
  • It's the only time God isbrought into our home, or--"
  • 00:15:38.228 --> 00:15:40.197
  • and on Sunday.
  • 00:15:40.230 --> 00:15:41.531
  • He wants to be a part ofevery part of your life.
  • 00:15:41.565 --> 00:15:46.269
  • I have a booklet that I gotearly on in my Christian walk
  • 00:15:46.303 --> 00:15:49.840
  • called, "My Heart,Christ's Home."
  • 00:15:49.873 --> 00:15:54.678
  • The author is Robert BoydMunger, and he draws a picture.
  • 00:15:54.711 --> 00:16:00.017
  • He invite--of a man who invitesChrist into his life,
  • 00:16:00.050 --> 00:16:03.253
  • into his heart.
  • 00:16:03.286 --> 00:16:04.588
  • And because Jesus said, "I standat the door and knock,"
  • 00:16:04.621 --> 00:16:07.891
  • he pictures the heart as thehome that he comes into.
  • 00:16:07.924 --> 00:16:12.696
  • He wants to live inside of us.
  • 00:16:12.729 --> 00:16:14.231
  • So he takes that ideaand expands on it.
  • 00:16:14.264 --> 00:16:16.867
  • So he said, "I invited Jesusinto my home, my heart.
  • 00:16:16.900 --> 00:16:20.871
  • And first, we went into thelibrary and he looked around at
  • 00:16:20.904 --> 00:16:24.207
  • what I was reading.
  • 00:16:24.241 --> 00:16:26.076
  • He said, 'Ah, we got to changesome of that.'
  • 00:16:26.109 --> 00:16:28.178
  • So he redecorated and he changedthe things I was reading,
  • 00:16:28.211 --> 00:16:31.314
  • my reading material."
  • 00:16:31.348 --> 00:16:32.749
  • He brought Jesus into the diningroom and he says, "Jesus started
  • 00:16:32.783 --> 00:16:35.952
  • changing my appetitesand my desires.
  • 00:16:35.986 --> 00:16:39.256
  • I took Jesus intothe living room.
  • 00:16:39.289 --> 00:16:41.191
  • He looked around and goes,'I like this room.
  • 00:16:41.224 --> 00:16:42.859
  • Let's spend a lot of timetogether here.
  • 00:16:42.893 --> 00:16:45.128
  • You and I will fellowship.'
  • 00:16:45.162 --> 00:16:47.497
  • I took him into the workroomwhere Jesus said, 'I promise
  • 00:16:47.531 --> 00:16:51.068
  • to help you in your work.
  • 00:16:51.101 --> 00:16:52.436
  • I want to be a partof your career.'"
  • 00:16:52.469 --> 00:16:55.639
  • And he finally said, "I took himdown to the entertainment room,
  • 00:16:55.672 --> 00:16:59.376
  • the rec room, and he wanted toredecorate that as well."
  • 00:16:59.409 --> 00:17:03.980
  • In the booklet, he says,"Then we went down into the
  • 00:17:04.014 --> 00:17:06.483
  • entertainment room of the houseand he transformed it.
  • 00:17:06.516 --> 00:17:10.787
  • He brought into life real joy,real happiness,
  • 00:17:10.821 --> 00:17:15.192
  • real satisfaction, new friends,new excitement, new joys.
  • 00:17:15.225 --> 00:17:20.664
  • Laughter and music have beenringing through the house
  • 00:17:20.697 --> 00:17:24.167
  • ever since."
  • 00:17:24.201 --> 00:17:25.936
  • I love that, "Laughter and joyhave been ringing through
  • 00:17:25.969 --> 00:17:29.106
  • the house ever since."
  • 00:17:29.139 --> 00:17:30.774
  • I love the idea of the Lordbeing a part of every aspect
  • 00:17:30.807 --> 00:17:35.078
  • in a family's life.
  • 00:17:35.112 --> 00:17:36.847
  • Question I have for you is, haveyou invited him to be a part of
  • 00:17:36.880 --> 00:17:40.784
  • every area in your home?
  • 00:17:40.817 --> 00:17:44.154
  • Have you sincerely asked theLord to help you launch these
  • 00:17:44.187 --> 00:17:47.991
  • arrows, these children?
  • 00:17:48.024 --> 00:17:50.360
  • Have you asked him to giveyou a fulfilling sex life?
  • 00:17:50.393 --> 00:17:55.031
  • Have you asked him to balanceyour time of work and family?
  • 00:17:55.065 --> 00:17:59.870
  • Have you asked him to replaceyour appetites with
  • 00:17:59.903 --> 00:18:02.606
  • better desires?
  • 00:18:02.639 --> 00:18:05.442
  • As a young believer,I learned this lesson.
  • 00:18:05.475 --> 00:18:10.180
  • I had this weird idea atfirst that God was really only
  • 00:18:10.213 --> 00:18:16.920
  • interested in me when I wassitting in church with my Bible
  • 00:18:16.953 --> 00:18:19.289
  • open, singing a psalm or a hymn,or praying about missions,
  • 00:18:19.322 --> 00:18:26.730
  • and that was kind ofthe extent of it.
  • 00:18:26.763 --> 00:18:28.098
  • It was a skewed wayto look at God.
  • 00:18:28.131 --> 00:18:30.300
  • If I was talkin' about theology,God liked that, but that's
  • 00:18:30.333 --> 00:18:33.003
  • about it.
  • 00:18:33.036 --> 00:18:34.504
  • But it was a warped wayof thinking.
  • 00:18:34.538 --> 00:18:36.773
  • I discovered that the Lordreally wanted my fellowship
  • 00:18:36.806 --> 00:18:39.509
  • in all aspects of my life.
  • 00:18:39.543 --> 00:18:41.211
  • All areas he wanted to bebrought into and be the Lord of.
  • 00:18:41.244 --> 00:18:44.981
  • And I discovered that because Irealized when Jesus was with his
  • 00:18:45.015 --> 00:18:48.585
  • disciples, I mean,he ate with them.
  • 00:18:48.618 --> 00:18:51.855
  • One time he even cookedthem breakfast.
  • 00:18:51.888 --> 00:18:54.191
  • I've always wondered what hecooked them besides the fish.
  • 00:18:54.224 --> 00:18:57.160
  • I mean, did he spice it up?
  • 00:18:57.194 --> 00:18:58.628
  • Did he add stuff with it?
  • 00:18:58.662 --> 00:19:01.031
  • Was it medium rare?
  • 00:19:01.064 --> 00:19:02.365
  • I mean, how did Jesus cookthe breakfast?
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  • That's just kinda coolto think about.
  • 00:19:03.733 --> 00:19:06.002
  • He spent time walking with them.
  • 00:19:06.036 --> 00:19:08.004
  • He went fishing with him.
  • 00:19:08.038 --> 00:19:10.140
  • A lot of different lifeactivities.
  • 00:19:10.173 --> 00:19:13.109
  • Then in the Garden of Eden, itsays the Creator God was coming
  • 00:19:13.143 --> 00:19:17.280
  • every day in the cool of the dayto walk with his first
  • 00:19:17.314 --> 00:19:22.986
  • human creations.
  • 00:19:23.019 --> 00:19:24.588
  • Love that picture.
  • 00:19:24.621 --> 00:19:28.024
  • So when I discovered that, Idecided I'm going to go to
  • 00:19:28.058 --> 00:19:31.461
  • the beach and pray.
  • 00:19:31.494 --> 00:19:32.829
  • And I went to the beach andI prayed, but this time
  • 00:19:32.862 --> 00:19:34.431
  • I prayed for waves.
  • 00:19:34.464 --> 00:19:36.499
  • I wanted to have fun.
  • 00:19:36.533 --> 00:19:37.834
  • I wanted God to be part of thefun and I wanted him to bless.
  • 00:19:37.867 --> 00:19:40.070
  • It's his ocean, just make somegood-shaped waves, Lord.
  • 00:19:40.103 --> 00:19:42.739
  • And I prayed for it and the Lordanswered, and I spent a day on
  • 00:19:42.772 --> 00:19:45.709
  • my surfboard rejoicing andhaving incredible fellowship
  • 00:19:45.742 --> 00:19:49.079
  • with God, especially in betweenthe waves that he gave me.
  • 00:19:49.112 --> 00:19:53.550
  • But I took that way of thinkingthat this is fun and God wants
  • 00:19:53.583 --> 00:19:57.187
  • to be a part of it intosnowboarding, and bicycling,
  • 00:19:57.220 --> 00:20:00.457
  • and motorcycling,and dating my wife.
  • 00:20:00.490 --> 00:20:03.326
  • Because 1 Timothy chapter 6,verse 6 says, "We are to trust
  • 00:20:03.360 --> 00:20:07.864
  • in the Living God, who gives usrichly all things to enjoy."
  • 00:20:07.897 --> 00:20:14.671
  • The Lord wants you to enjoy lifeand enjoy him in your life.
  • 00:20:14.704 --> 00:20:20.310
  • So the designer, the builders,the dwellers.
  • 00:20:20.343 --> 00:20:23.346
  • Speaking of joy and enjoyment,let's end on this, the enjoyers.
  • 00:20:23.380 --> 00:20:30.553
  • The enjoyers.
  • 00:20:30.587 --> 00:20:31.888
  • I'll explain.
  • 00:20:31.921 --> 00:20:33.323
  • There's a single word in verse 5I wanna sort of isolate and then
  • 00:20:33.356 --> 00:20:37.827
  • bring it back into context.
  • 00:20:37.861 --> 00:20:39.462
  • It's the first word.
  • 00:20:39.496 --> 00:20:40.830
  • What's the first wordof verse 5?
  • 00:20:40.864 --> 00:20:42.365
  • "Happy.""Asher" in Hebrew.
  • 00:20:42.399 --> 00:20:45.435
  • It means blissful,contented, satisfied.
  • 00:20:45.468 --> 00:20:49.372
  • It could even be translated,"Oh, how happy."
  • 00:20:49.406 --> 00:20:53.276
  • "Happy is the man who hashis quiver full of them.
  • 00:20:53.310 --> 00:20:56.513
  • They shall not be ashamed, butshall speak with their enemies
  • 00:20:56.546 --> 00:20:59.916
  • in the gate."
  • 00:20:59.949 --> 00:21:01.284
  • That's whata smart home will do.
  • 00:21:01.318 --> 00:21:04.020
  • It makes happy people.
  • 00:21:04.054 --> 00:21:06.022
  • It produces happiness.
  • 00:21:06.056 --> 00:21:08.158
  • In fact, the whole psalm is acontrast between an unhappy
  • 00:21:08.191 --> 00:21:12.595
  • person who is overworked andover concerned, who spins his
  • 00:21:12.629 --> 00:21:20.203
  • wheels day and night and reallydoesn't see any results, so he's
  • 00:21:20.236 --> 00:21:23.940
  • not happy, versus a happy personthat the Lord blesses
  • 00:21:23.973 --> 00:21:27.911
  • in verse 5.
  • 00:21:27.944 --> 00:21:29.245
  • So verse 2 is somebodyinvesting in activities,
  • 00:21:29.279 --> 00:21:33.283
  • but producing anxieties, andverse 5 is somebody who is
  • 00:21:33.316 --> 00:21:37.153
  • investing in prioritiesand shaping destinies.
  • 00:21:37.187 --> 00:21:42.659
  • And one is unhappy andunfulfilled, and one is
  • 00:21:42.692 --> 00:21:45.328
  • happy and fulfilled.
  • 00:21:45.362 --> 00:21:46.696
  • The first is a housebuilt on vanities.
  • 00:21:46.730 --> 00:21:49.065
  • The second is a homebuilt on values.
  • 00:21:49.099 --> 00:21:52.669
  • And the contrastcouldn't be clearer.
  • 00:21:52.702 --> 00:21:55.605
  • So those are two waysto do life.
  • 00:21:55.638 --> 00:21:58.742
  • You can build projects.
  • 00:21:58.775 --> 00:22:02.712
  • You can build people.
  • 00:22:02.746 --> 00:22:05.582
  • The contrast here is you canbuild projects for temporal
  • 00:22:05.615 --> 00:22:08.952
  • profit or you can build peoplefor spiritual, eternal profit.
  • 00:22:08.985 --> 00:22:14.791
  • You can do both, but if you haveto take one or the other,
  • 00:22:14.824 --> 00:22:17.927
  • the second is more preferable.
  • 00:22:17.961 --> 00:22:19.929
  • Now, it says in verse 5,"Happy is the man."
  • 00:22:19.963 --> 00:22:23.767
  • And before you think, "Oh great,God's all about making the man
  • 00:22:23.800 --> 00:22:26.369
  • happy," the idea is that itbegins with the man,
  • 00:22:26.403 --> 00:22:31.674
  • but it's pervasive.
  • 00:22:31.708 --> 00:22:33.009
  • It's including everyone.
  • 00:22:33.042 --> 00:22:35.311
  • The only reason the man ismentioned, and man is sometimes
  • 00:22:35.345 --> 00:22:38.314
  • generic for the person, butsometimes it's speaking of the
  • 00:22:38.348 --> 00:22:42.719
  • man in particular and that issimply because thousands of
  • 00:22:42.752 --> 00:22:46.156
  • years ago, all societieswere patriarchal in nature,
  • 00:22:46.189 --> 00:22:49.692
  • male-dominant in nature.
  • 00:22:49.726 --> 00:22:52.128
  • And so it speaks of him or itspeaks to him because he leads
  • 00:22:52.162 --> 00:22:56.800
  • the home.
  • 00:22:56.833 --> 00:22:58.168
  • That's all.
  • 00:22:58.201 --> 00:22:59.502
  • It's like Joshua when he said,"As for me and my house,
  • 00:22:59.536 --> 00:23:02.906
  • we will," what?
  • 00:23:02.939 --> 00:23:04.240
  • "Serve the Lord."
  • 00:23:04.274 --> 00:23:05.975
  • Now, that implies I'm making thestatement, but we, as my family,
  • 00:23:06.009 --> 00:23:09.679
  • we've all gotten togetherand we're all in on this.
  • 00:23:09.712 --> 00:23:12.348
  • We have decided.
  • 00:23:12.382 --> 00:23:13.683
  • They have decided along with methat's what we're gonna do.
  • 00:23:13.716 --> 00:23:16.219
  • So I am now making the statementas the head of the home.
  • 00:23:16.252 --> 00:23:19.656
  • So, happy is the man, and happyas his wife, and happy are the
  • 00:23:19.689 --> 00:23:25.295
  • children and the grandchildrenin this home.
  • 00:23:25.328 --> 00:23:28.598
  • And they're happy because theLord has designed it, and the
  • 00:23:28.631 --> 00:23:31.868
  • Lord has helped them build it,and the Lord has strengthened,
  • 00:23:31.901 --> 00:23:35.205
  • and provided for,and protected this home.
  • 00:23:35.238 --> 00:23:38.641
  • And they're happy becausechildren were not only born
  • 00:23:38.675 --> 00:23:42.445
  • into this home, butlaunched from this home.
  • 00:23:42.479 --> 00:23:45.682
  • And you get to verse 5, youfigure out they were launched
  • 00:23:45.715 --> 00:23:49.185
  • successfully and the childrenare making an impact in society.
  • 00:23:49.219 --> 00:23:55.391
  • Notice this, and I really hadnever noticed this part
  • 00:23:55.425 --> 00:23:58.161
  • before as I did this time.
  • 00:23:58.194 --> 00:23:59.896
  • "Happy is the man who hashis quiver full of them.
  • 00:23:59.929 --> 00:24:02.398
  • They--" who are they?
  • 00:24:02.432 --> 00:24:05.435
  • The children here.
  • 00:24:05.468 --> 00:24:06.769
  • "They shall not be ashamed,but they shall speak with
  • 00:24:06.803 --> 00:24:10.874
  • their enemies at the gate."
  • 00:24:10.907 --> 00:24:13.610
  • In ancient times, the gate wasthe courtroom or the newsroom.
  • 00:24:13.643 --> 00:24:17.747
  • It's the place wherebusiness was conducted.
  • 00:24:17.780 --> 00:24:21.217
  • So the enemy's at the gate.
  • 00:24:21.251 --> 00:24:23.720
  • You have a child who has beenraised up and is now able and
  • 00:24:23.753 --> 00:24:27.323
  • articulate to defend againstenemies that would seek to undo
  • 00:24:27.357 --> 00:24:30.960
  • this home.
  • 00:24:30.994 --> 00:24:32.295
  • The point being, as the childrenhave been launched like arrows,
  • 00:24:32.328 --> 00:24:35.131
  • they've hit their target.
  • 00:24:35.164 --> 00:24:36.533
  • They're making an impact.
  • 00:24:36.566 --> 00:24:38.468
  • They're making a differencein their society.
  • 00:24:38.501 --> 00:24:42.872
  • And I would say this.
  • 00:24:42.906 --> 00:24:45.408
  • Not only is this home happy, butbecause they are happy and it's
  • 00:24:45.441 --> 00:24:50.880
  • a successful home with childrenwho love and serve the Lord and
  • 00:24:50.914 --> 00:24:53.983
  • are making an impact in society,the neighbors are happier.
  • 00:24:54.017 --> 00:24:57.287
  • The city is happier.
  • 00:24:57.320 --> 00:24:58.988
  • It impacts everyone.
  • 00:24:59.022 --> 00:25:01.624
  • So let me boil it downas we close.
  • 00:25:01.658 --> 00:25:05.628
  • Our personal relationship withGod--and now, I'm just assuming
  • 00:25:05.662 --> 00:25:10.533
  • you all have one.
  • 00:25:10.567 --> 00:25:12.902
  • Our personal relationship withGod should affect every
  • 00:25:12.936 --> 00:25:16.506
  • relationship in our home.
  • 00:25:16.539 --> 00:25:19.909
  • It should affect everyrelationship in our lives.
  • 00:25:19.943 --> 00:25:23.513
  • The great missionary to China,Hudson Taylor, who founded the
  • 00:25:23.546 --> 00:25:26.816
  • China Inland Mission, said, "Ifyour father and mother, sister
  • 00:25:26.849 --> 00:25:31.321
  • and brother, if the very cat anddog in the house are not happier
  • 00:25:31.354 --> 00:25:35.858
  • for you being a Christian, thenit's a question whether you
  • 00:25:35.892 --> 00:25:39.495
  • really are."
  • 00:25:39.529 --> 00:25:42.198
  • And that's a good way to end.
  • 00:25:42.231 --> 00:25:44.133
  • Are you really?
  • 00:25:44.167 --> 00:25:46.636
  • Have you met the Architect?
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  • Do you know the Architect?
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  • You can answer thatby looking at a life.
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  • Is that person buildingaccording to the plans,
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  • submitting their plans to him,walking in honor of him?
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  • Let's go back to what Jesus saidusing the motif of the home,
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  • "Behold, I stand atthe door and I knock.
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  • I'm knocking at the door.
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  • If you open the door and let mein, I'll come in and I'll dine
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  • with you.
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  • I'll have fellowship with you."
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  • Like that little booklet, "I'llcome in and invade your space."
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  • And Jesus would say to you, ifyou invite him into your life,
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  • he will share his life with you.
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  • If you invite him into yourhome, he will take you one day
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  • to his home.
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  • "In my Father's housethere are many mansions.
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  • If it were not so,I would've told you.
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  • I'm gonna go preparea place for you."
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  • That's the promise.
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  • Invite him into your life, yourhome, and live now according
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  • to his architectural plans.
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Scott Dooley: That's SkipHeitzig with the teaching, "Meet
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  • the Architect," message numberone in our "Smart Home" series.
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  • Today's Christians often don'thave a clear understanding of
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  • God's blueprint for the home sothey are looking for answers
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  • in the unbelieving worldand emulating their
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  • worldly counterpart.
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  • Not a good plan.
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  • More biblical insight for youand your home next time when
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  • we will see the message, "GetPrequalified: Finding a Mate."
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  • Join us then.
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  • ♪♪♪
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  • Scott Dooley: Thanks forjoining us on "Connect with
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  • Skip Heitzig."
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  • We're connecting you to God'snever-changing truth in
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  • ever-changing times.
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