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Rev. Dr. Delesslyn A. Kennebrew, J.D., M.Div.

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#TheAffirmation: ALL are Welcome Here!

Posted on August 3, 2014 at 6:58 AM Comments comments (0)
Greetings!

BlogFam - 
If you know me, you already know that I am NOT inclined to invite myself to tag along and rarely do I assume that I am "automatically" welcome just because I know the person or because the conversation is happening in my presence.  I am just not that kind of person that assumes that an invitation is extended to me on every occasion.  I am clear that there are people in my life with whom I have casual or professional or distant relationships who really are OK with not having me around.  I am NOT offended by this and neither should you be offended.  It really is OK to ignore, turn down, or just not get invited to hang out with certain people or be found at certain places.  

***NEWS FLASH***
Everybody does not want YOU around!  
Everybody does NOT have an open invitation extended to YOU.  
Everybody is NOT OK with how you just invite yourself wherever you want to go, to be with whomever you think you need to be with at that time.  
Friends, I love you so you know I have to tell you the truth!

I have been OK with this for a long time and I have expressed this truth to others in conversations where they really did want to include me.  I have also not shown up places where I was welcome because I was not sure if their "open" invitation was truly "open" to me.  I am OK with all of this, on both sides of the equation regardless of whether I am the one who extends the invitation or the invitee.  

However, there are a few places where I know I am ALWAYS welcome, no matter the day, time, month, or season.  I am always welcome at home.  I can ALWAYS go home...and a few other places that are like home for me.  This is such a great feeling.  I pray that you have the same feeling about wherever "HOME" is for you.  There is such a feeling of peace and security knowing that my mama and my daddy are happy to see me coming and that my room is always ready to receive me.... at least it is after I move a few of my mama's hat boxes or possibly her Sunday suits out of the way. LOL!  Every time I go home my parents hug me and smile and tell me they love me and for that I am so grateful!  Friends, I can always go home.  What about you?  Where is "home" for you?  How does it feel?

There is one other place that I "visit" every Sunday that reminds me of going "home."  It is the place where ALL are welcome to receive love, grace, and forgiveness.  It is the place where we remember Christ.  It is the place where we remember his life, death, burial, and resurrection.  It is one of the places I feel most welcome and the place where I celebrate the presence of God in my life.  It is the place that I pause to examine myself every week and ask God to forgive me for ALL of my sins.  It is the place where God says YES to me every Sunday and I am never pushed away, ignored, dismissed, taken for granted, or UN-invited....  I am so THANKFUL to God for this glimpse of heaven on earth and for this moment of Holy Communion.  I am welcome.  You are welcome.  ALL are welcome here...AND

At the Table of the Lord
we celebrate with thanksgiving
the saving acts and presence of Christ.

TO GOD BE THE GLORY!
ALL are welcome here!!!

GOD LOVES YOU and I DO TOO!
Delesslyn
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My First Love - Lenten Preparation - Revelation 2:2-7

Posted on February 21, 2012 at 8:53 AM Comments comments (2)
HOMESICK:
MY FIRST LOVE
2012 Lenten Preparation

Revelation 2:2-7
4 - Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first.
  
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Greetings!
BlogFam, I know that Valentine’s Day has just passed, but I do have a question about the Valentines you have had in your past.  I do not want to know about all of them, just about one of them.  Do you remember your first love?  Do you remember your FIRST boyfriend or girlfriend?  Do you remember the first person you really liked and enjoyed getting to know better?  I do.  I remember the first boy I liked.  His name was Walter.  He was my first Valentine to the extent that Kindergarteners can have Valentines. (LOL!)  

 
I honestly do not remember much about what I liked about Walter but I remember that we were in the same Kindergarten class and we would sit next to each other and please do not tell my mama, but we would hold hands and that was it.  I promise.  That was our “relationship.”  I do not remember anything outside of what happened in our Kindergarten class but I do remember that he liked me and I liked him and to our 6 year old hearts, that was something special. 

 
Walter was my first love but I am very clear that Walter was not the first person who loved me.  Even before my birth and conception, there was someone who loved me before the world had a clue I was coming.  God loved me FIRST.  God is my first true love.  God loved me before I even knew to love God back.  That is true love.
 

Now, I have no idea where Walter is or whatever happened to him after Kindergarten because we were in different classes in first grade and then I moved in second grade. We obviously never kept in touch and to be honest with you, I do not even remember Walter’s last name!  BUT this is not the case with our God!  God knows everything there is to know about you.  There are no secrets.  You cannot hide anything from the Omniscient One.  God knows every shift and transition, rise and fall, break-up and breakthrough that concerns you.  I did not have that with Walter but I have that and so much more with God. 
 
 
In our text for today, the indictment against the church at Ephesus can be one that many of us can find ourselves guilty of –
Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first.
 

Friends, I think it is interesting that in the previous verses, the church seems to have it all together. 
I know your deeds, your hard work and your perseverance. I know that you cannot tolerate wicked people, that you have tested those who claim to be apostles but are not, and have found them false. You have persevered and have endured hardships for my name, and have not grown weary.
 
They seem to have their priorities straight and they seem to be doing the activities that would please the Lord.  However, our focal verse makes it clear that activities  - even if they are done in the name of God or under the guise of Christianity - are not enough if your heart is far from God.  In other words, you may lead every committee, direct every song, pray every prayer, teach every class, but if your heart is not in the place where God is the center and if God is not your FIRST love, then you are guilty of this same indictment.  I know you love your family and I know you love your church but if your first love is NOT God, then you are guilty of this same indictment.  I know you work hard and I know you have endured a lot, but if your first love is NOT God, then you are guilty of this indictment.  My sistas and brothas, it is time for us to return to our first love.
 
 
On this eve of Lent, a season in the Christian calendar when we are called to return to our first love, I pray that you would reignite your passion for the Almighty in your heart.  I pray that during this season, you would make a concentrated effort to return to your first love.  Do you realize that there are some feelings and internal struggles you are experiencing because your heart is homesick?  Consider how far you have fallen! Repent and do the things you did at first. If you do not repent, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place.  Friends, your heart is longing for rest in God.  Your heart is longing for the kind of care that only God can give.  You heart is longing for the One who can make all things new.
 

God loves you.  God loved you first.  God will love you forever.  It is time for you to stop doing the things to prove to others that you are faithful especially since, the Lord God knows the true condition of your heart.  Your heart is homesick and you can never DO enough to make things better inside your heart if you do not love God with your whole heart first.  This was the message to the church at Ephesus and it is the message to us on today.  While you may be “busy” doing good work in your home, your church or in your community - Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken the love you had at first.
 

BlogFam, it is time to return to our FIRST LOVE.  I pray that during this season of Lent, you would recommit yourself to what it means to fulfill the greatest commandment -  “‘LOVE the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.” [Matthew 22:37-40]  I pray that you would not be guilty of being busy but not effective because your heart is not right with God.  I pray that you would ask the Lord God to show you the true condition of your own heart and that you would receive God’s grace to forgive and to heal.  I pray that you would return to the One who loved you first without hesitation or reservation and that you would embrace a fresh, new, and exciting revelation of God’s magnificent LOVE! And I pray that you would LOVE God with your everything in return.

Whoever has ears, let them hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who is victorious, I will give the right to eat from the tree of life, which is in the paradise of God.


Black History Month – Quote of the Day:
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that." -Martin Luther King, Jr.


God Loves You and I do too!
Delesslyn
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Extreme HOMEtraining - Acts 4:32-35

Posted on February 20, 2012 at 11:28 AM Comments comments (0)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Greetings!
 
We all seem to be impressed when we are in the company of well-behaved children.  A child’s behavior is often a reflection of the values and discipline that a parent has instilled in the privacy of their own home.  We may not be at the home when the parent is teaching their child what is right and what is wrong or what is polite and impolite or what is rude and what is respectful; however, how their child behaves in public gives us a clue. 
 
 
 
 
Now, of course, young people will test the boundaries of the parameters of behavior outside of their parent’s presence and they will, at times, act out in ways that do not at all reflect the lessons their parents have taught them at home.  We are all guilty of that.  But, at the end of the day, good home-training is what we expect all parents to provide to their own children.  We all expect that good home-training will occur in the privacy of homes where there exists parent-child relationships.  We may not all agree on the way that home training takes place, but we all expect to see the evidence that something has happened at home that causes this child to be on their best behavior in our presence.
 
 
 
 
Today, I want to suggest to you that this is the way that we should think about our life as followers of Christ.  Those of us who claim to be witnesses on behalf of the Most High should act out in ways that reflect the lessons we have been taught at “home.”  The world should have the expectation that we have had good home-training through Bible Study, Worship Services, and other gatherings where we learn, discuss, and share what it means to be on our best behavior outside of the four walls of our home…church.  Friends, I am clear that not all Christians agree on the way that home training should take place and YES, Christians will, at times, act out in ways that do not reflect the lessons they have been taught about what it means to be faithful or to bear the fruit of the Holy Spirit.  Yet, we all expect to see the evidence that something has happened that causes followers of Christ to be well-behaved at all times – especially knowing that none of us can escape the all-seeing eye of the Almighty God.
 
 
 
 
In our passage today, from the book of Acts, we are given nearly picture perfect evidence of good home-training. 
 
 
 
All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had. With great power the apostles continued to testify to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. And God’s grace was so powerfully at work in them all that there were no needy persons among them. For from time to time those who owned land or houses sold them, brought the money from the sales and put it at the apostles’ feet, and it was distributed to anyone who had need.
 
 
 
WOW!  BlogFam, I am impressed with the behavior of this faith community.  Their behavior gives us a clue as to what they have been taught about what it means to be faithful as they care one for another to the point of sharing everything they had and even selling their own possessions so that there were no needy among them.  Now, I know you may not agree with the way that the early church lived out their faith in their community; however, you must at least respect their intentional efforts to provide the type of home-training that is a witness to those within and without the community that God’s grace was so powerfully at work in them all.
 
 
 
 
My sistas and brothas, in what ways has your home training challenged you to live out this idea of radical hospitality and extreme generosity in community?  Does your home…church call for you to behave in ways that are loving and faithful to the point where you willingly give up what you own so that it can be distributed to anyone who has a need?  How will you testify of the goodness of God to you through the giving of your time, talent, and treasure? 
 
 
 
 
Unfortunately, this philosophy of unity, of being on one accord in heart and mind, is so far-fetched when we think of many of our churches.  The lessons of radical hospitality and extreme generosity that necessitate that there are NO needy among our local communities are tailored to fit what is most comfortable or what is most popular at the time.  This means, that our selfish tendencies to look out for number one override the demand of the Gospel to feed the poor, give shelter to the homeless, and to care for orphans and widows, in addition to our prophetic responsibilities – “to proclaim good news to the poor, to proclaim freedom for the prisoners, recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free, and to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” [Luke 4]
 
 
 
BlogFam, perhaps we need to revise the objectives of the lessons we are being taught at home…church.  Perhaps, it is true that because we have neglected to prioritize the demands of the Gospel, our behavior does not provide the evidence to show that we are Christians by the hospitality and generosity we show others.  Perhaps, our lack of boldness to testify of the resurrection of Jesus Christ has hindered the ways in which the grace of God can empower us to distribute our resources to all who have need.  Perhaps, this nearly picture perfect of community in Acts 4 would not seem so extreme if we were actually striving to follow their example in the 21st century.
 
 
 
 
Today, I pray that we would ask God to forgive us for refusing to share what He has so graciously given to us - radical hospitality and extreme generosity.  I pray that we would seek to be on one accord in heart and mind in our various ministries – individually and collectively.  I pray that as we are on our best behavior, we would experience God’s grace in transformative and miraculous ways.  I pray that we would intentionally act out the lessons we have learned in faithful ways that draw others to the Light of Christ shining through us.  And I pray that the example of Acts 4 would no longer be strange or foreign or extreme to us but that their practices  would become our way of life.
 
 
God Loves You and I do too!
Delesslyn
Twitter - @AudraSunshine
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Writer's Rock - Psalm 73:28

Posted on February 19, 2012 at 10:13 AM Comments comments (0)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Greetings!
 
We all have our own personal challenges, trials, struggles, fears, disappointments, doubts, and burdens.  If you do not, then I celebrate with you.  However, for the rest of us, I want you to know that I feel you. 
 
 
 
I have been writing this blog for nearly three months now and I can honestly say that I have never doubted my instruction to write.  Yet, today, I will admit to you that there have been a number of mornings when I struggled with what to write.  The thought has crossed my mind – would anybody care if I stopped writing or not?  I have also debated within myself the consequences I might encounter if I say certain things in my reflections.  I have even written and re-written blog posts on the same day because I really want whoever is reading to be inspired, encouraged, and even challenged to change their lives for the better.
 
 
 
At the end of all that see-sawing in my own mind, I sit to write again.  Now, this see-sawing can and it has happened on any number of mornings but, today, I can honestly say that the impression of the Holy Spirit for me to begin this blog resonates so deeply that I know, for me, my writing is a non-negotiable priority of my witness in this world.  Friends, I WRITE by FAITH, and NOT by sight.  And until I am otherwise instructed, I will keep writing until…
 
 
 
With this in mind, I want you to know that today’s verse resonates very strongly with me.
 
Psalm 73:28
But as for me, it is good to be near God.
I have made the Sovereign LORD my refuge;
I will tell of all your deeds.
 
 
 
I have never been an orphan or needed to rely upon the government for family services.  I have never been a foster child.  I have been familiar with many but that is not a part of my own story. However, I have had to seek refuge from the cares of this world, the worries of my life, the pain of my circumstances in the Lord.  Even on those mornings when I cannot seem to find the words to say about a particular scripture or the right scripture to capture the words I want to say, well, I seek refuge in the Lord.  I will sit with my laptop open and hands ready to type and I will wait for the Spirit to move.  I will wait in Him until He says, write.  BlogFam, I know this might sound weird or strange or like I am doing way too much, but as for me, it is GOOD to be near to God….even if that means, I sit and I wait until God chooses to speak.
 
 
 
A few years ago, Stephen Hurd released a worship song with these lyrics – When my heart is overwhelmed, I pray, Lord, lead me to the rock.  Lead me to the rock that is higher than I, oh Lord, higher than I.  I know these lyrics are grounded in scripture, which is probably why they are so powerful; but until you actually have had to run to or rest in THE ROCK that is higher than yourself, you are possibly clueless about the GOODNESS that can come from doing so.
 
 
 
I cannot imagine my life without the ONE who is higher than I.  I cannot imagine my life without the ONE who is closer to me than anyone I will ever know. I cannot imagine my writing without the ONE who inspired me to do so in the first place.  BlogFam, it is GOOD for me to be near to God.  And when I draw near to God, the care that I receive is better than anything I have ever known.  When I seek refuge in God, the protection that I am afforded surpasses the technology of any weapons of mass destruction.  And one of the ways that I have been blessed to tell of all of God’s deeds is through my writing. 
 
 
 
BlogFam, today, I ask you to think about how this verse fits into your own life.  Do you think it is good for you to be near to God?  In what ways have you sought the refuge of the Lord? How do you tell of God’s deeds in your own life – using your gifts?
 
 
 
Friends, today I pray that you would celebrate the nearness of God, seek the protective custody of God as your refuge, and that you would tell about the goodness of God to at least one person.  I also pray that when your heart is overwhelmed, that you will not hesitate to say: Lord, lead me to THE ROCK that is higher than I, oh Lord, higher than I!
 
 
 
 
God Loves You and I do too!
Delesslyn
Twitter - @AudraSunshine
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Let's Take It Back....To HOMEroom - Psalm 63:1-7

Posted on February 18, 2012 at 9:58 AM Comments comments (0)
 
 
 
 
 
I know this might sound a little crazy but one thing that excited me about leaving elementary school was going to a new school where I would have my own locker and where I would change classes every day.  I am an avid lover of school and an advocate of education.  With each new educational opportunity, beginning with my transition from elementary school and going into Junior High and then High School, I was able to assert a little more independence and take on a little more responsibility.  So, having my own locker that secured my things - all school related, of course – and being able to see my friends in the hallways in between every class was very cool at the time to me.  And with all the changes that would take place day by day – socially and intellectually – each academic term/semester/year, there was always one place that remained consistent, one place, at school, that was consistent and I was required to go there everyday. Homeroom
 
 
Homeroom: a classroom in which pupils in the same grade or division of a grade meet at certain times under the supervision of a teacher, who takes attendance and administers other school business.
 
 
Homeroom was the place that we would meet every day. Homeroom was a place that we were reminded everyday why we were there.  While we usually did not meet in homeroom as long as my other classes, there were some critical tasks that took place in homeroom.  In homeroom, attendance was taken.  In homeroom, we were given administrative announcements from the teacher.  In homeroom, we took standardized tests.  In homeroom, we were informed of upcoming student activities.  Homeroom may not have always been the most exciting place to go everyday but it was an important gathering place for students to meet daily to take it back to the basics!
 
 
As an adult, there are so many things that try to claim our attention and thereby cause us to neglect the basic practices of our faith that keep us grounded.  One might say that the Sunday morning worship experience or Sunday School or the Wednesday Night Bible Study or the weekly small group meeting is the adult’s homeroom, of sorts.  Those are places where we gather to engage in critical tasks of our faith in community. We gather once a week, maybe twice, to pray together, to sing together, to read scripture together, to learn from the teacher or preacher about a particular scripture together, we worship together, we might serve together.  And while I do think that these activities are important and should be a priority amongst our spiritual practices, I wonder if once or twice week is really enough.  Perhaps we need to intensify our devotional lives as individuals and take it back to homeroom everyday with the Almighty in our own private spaces. 
 
 
Homeroom happened everyday while I was in grade school and maybe that is how we need to truly begin to think about our daily time with the Lord – as an everyday occurrence where we are able to gather one on one with God and engage in critical tasks such as confession and correction and consecration.  We need the type of interaction with the Holy where we cannot hide as we are prone to do when we gather in groups, once a week. 
 
 
Friends, I think it is time for all of us to schedule a time for Homeroom with God everyday!  Have you ever considered that once a week is just not enough?  That once a week corporate gathering is important for many reasons not the least of which include fellowship, accountability, and testimony. But I suggest to you on today that we need to adopt the Homeroom concept when it  comes to our daily devotional life.  We need God to lead us and guide us every day so why not at least spend a few minutes in Homeroom with God every day?  BlogFam let’s take it back!
 
 
Homeroom is in session!  Let’s begin…
 
 
Psalm 63:1-7
O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is;
 
To see thy power and thy glory, so as I have seen thee in the sanctuary.
 
Because thy lovingkindness is better than life, my lips shall praise thee.
 
Thus will I bless thee while I live: I will lift up my hands in thy name.
 
My soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness; and my mouth shall praise thee with joyful lips:
 
When I remember thee upon my bed, and meditate on thee in the night watches.
 
Becausethou hast been my help, therefore in the shadow of thy wings will I rejoice. Amen.
 
 
BlogFam, I pray that from this day forward, you would set a time for Homeroom with God.  I pray that you would keep your schedule every day.  I pray that during Homeroom you would discover your purpose and then be reminded everyday of why you are here.  Though you many not meet in Homeroom as long as your other public gatherings, I pray that you would take full advantage of every minute and be open to engage in the critical tasks of faith including confession and correction and consecration.  In Homeroom with God, I pray that you would hear the announcements from heaven concerning you and all the good that our God has in store for you. And when you are feeling tested and tried, I pray that in Homeroom you will find the answers you need or at least the blessed assurance that God is present with you as you go throughout your day. 
 
 
My sistas and brothas, Homeroom is in session!  I hope you show up every day!
 
God Loves You and I do too!
Delesslyn
Twitter - @AudraSunshine
 
 
 
 
 
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Welcome HOME....NOT! - Luke 4:24

Posted on February 17, 2012 at 10:33 AM Comments comments (0)
 
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Death Threats - 1 Corinthians 15:12-14, 30-33

Posted on February 16, 2012 at 9:18 AM Comments comments (0)
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HOME Invasion: Get INTO My Business! - Proverbs 15:22 & 11:14

Posted on February 15, 2012 at 9:48 AM Comments comments (2)
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Is your faith in a Nursing HOME? - James 5:13-16

Posted on February 14, 2012 at 8:16 AM Comments comments (0)
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The Model HOME - Matthew 12:46-50

Posted on February 13, 2012 at 1:49 PM Comments comments (0)
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