Tim Timmons – “Only One Standing” (Devotional)

I’ve spent my life building and propping up my own Kingdom of Tim within the walls of God’s Kingdom. I’ve become pretty good at this one and I’m afraid it has been part of my stunted growth. Who’s the CEO of your kingdom? I, along with many of the other country music lovin’ Christians out there, know the Carrie Underwood song Jesus Take The Wheel, but aren’t really letting Him drive. I am great with Him holding on to that wheel because He is God and He is all-powerful, but I generally feel just fine telling Him where to go! “Jesus surely take the wheel, but can you take a left turn up here and then a sharp right turn at the next fork in the road.” Am I the only one with that kind of audacity? I think not.

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Tim Timmons – “Let’s Be Beautiful” (Devotional)

The Church is not a building. It is not a place where we go or a thing we do. The Church is us. We are unfettered by walls. Every week we gather as His church for 80 minutes and then we scatter as His church for 10,000 minutes. We are the Church in the name, power, and authority of Jesus. Everywhere we go, we get to represent Jesus, not religion, to the world around us.

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Tim Timmons – “Christ In Me” (Devotional)

My family and I were dancing in our living room when this song came on. My 5 year old daughter, Malia, began to make up hand motions to the lyrics and sing them at the top of her lungs. At first I thought it was simply cute, but then my smile turned into tears. What if my 5 year old began to grasp that the same spirit that rose Jesus from the grave actually lives in and through her? What if that concept was like breathing to her instead of some religious thing that she should do or be? How would life be if we lived with this reality today?

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Tim Timmons – “You Remain” (Devotional)

12 years ago I was diagnosed with an incurable cancer and given five years to live. How’s that for an introduction! There are few more sobering moments in one’s life than when everything around you seems to stand still like some dramatic scene from a movie. You become dangerously intimate with the reality of your mortality. Hopelessness, like a thief, helps itself into the door of your soul. Whether you’ve had a similar experience or some form of sorrow handed to you, you know this feeling. Misery loves company, so thankfully Jesus led me to the story of Job.

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