Today is Sunday, July 10th, 2022, and welcome to St. Joe Community Church. Today's message is entitled My Last 24 Hours, and was delivered by Pastor Jim Halstead. For more information, visit www.stjoecommunitychurch.org. Click on the sermons tab and find today's broadcast. So now let's open the Bible, get a notepad and pen and prepare to hear from God's word. Here's Pastor Jim Halstead.
Good morning. I'm Jim Halstead. I'm founder and pastor of Go & Tell Ministries. I think you have a brochure. I've been a pastor for 35 years. I've retired about two years ago. I pastored three churches, three denominations. I also retired last year. I was a special education teacher for 10 years, and now I work full-time for Go & Tell Ministries. We seek to equip the church to share the gospel and make disciples who can make disciples. And I've realized something after 35 years of pastoring and teaching special education for 10 years, that when Jesus said the purpose of life is to love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and all your strength, and to love your neighbors yourself, that really sums up the purpose of life; it's loving God and it's loving others.
And I think I've realized that even more so when I taught special education. It's funny, three years ago I was teaching at New Haven Junior High. And at the end of the school year, when I was getting done, I told the kids that I was not going to be back there next year. I took a position at an elementary school and I was also a Bible Vocational Pastor, and my junior high special-ed class wrote me a card. I actually have it in the card. And on the outside of the card, it says this, "We just want you to know that we're going to miss you." And you open it up and they wrote their name, and they all wrote your favorite student because I told every student don't tell anyone, but you're my favorite student.
And some of the kids marked out, "No, he never liked you. He likes me." And so again, on the outside of the card, we just want you to know we're going to miss you. You'll open it up, you have all the signatures and in big, bold print it said this, "That doesn't necessarily mean we liked you." Now, if that's not the best junior high card you can get, I don't know what is. And last year I retired from teaching special education at Southwick Elementary. I was a kindergarten and second grade teacher. And that school at Southwick, we had, I don't know if you realize that 50% Burmese students, we had five Burmese translators, two Spanish translators, free breakfast, free lunch, title one school. And I got a student halfway through. He was a kindergarten student and I'm going to call him by the name of Matthew.
I'm going to be telling some students stories, but for confidentiality's sake, I'm changing their names. I got Matthew like in January, that last year I was teaching and he was a Burmese student, child of autism. And he was only going half day when I got him. On a Tuesday, they said he's probably not going to talk to you until he feels comfortable with you. And on Friday, the end of that week, I was literally on my knees, zipping up his jacket to get him on the early bus. And I looked at him face to face, and I said, "Matthew, I just want you to know that I love you." And his first words to me was "Mr. H, I love you." And it was a touching moment. I was on my knees, my knees locked up, I couldn't get up. And so all of a sudden I go, "Matthew, thank you for this moment, but you got to help me up."
And he's pulling to pick me up, the principal walked by and says, "Jim, have you fallen and you can't get up again?" But I realize teaching, that the only thing that matters, it's loving God and it's loving other people that God brought into our life. And the verse we're going to look at today is Galatians 5:6 where says, "The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love." As I get started, join me in prayer. Father in heaven, I thank you for this body of Christ at St. Joe Community. I asked father, you'd raise up workers for the harvest field from this group. And father, I asked, may the words of my mouth and may the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight. Oh Lord, my rock and my Redeemer. Amen.
As we look at this verse, it's going to simply, I'm going to break it up in three points. The first point is this, the only thing that counts; you realize that end of your life or as you get older, things that really matter. I was just at a funeral yesterday of Marge, a faithful servant of God in 95 years. And often when I preach funerals, I always quote from Ecclesiastes 7:2 where it says this, "It's better to go to the house of mourn than a house of feasting, because death is the destiny of everyone and the living should take this to heart." And you realize that those funerals, what is the importance of life?
I want to ask you a question, let's say, somehow you found out today, you only had 24 hours to live. What would you do? You found out you only had 24 hours? I would probably count on that no one would go and play the lottery. What you do is you begin to think of what? Relationships. You begin to think of who do I want to tell them I love them, who maybe I want to reconcile, ask for forgiveness. Who do I want to pray over to give a blessing? Because when you realize when you're into the life, or if you realize that we almost need to live every day as if it's our last, that the only thing that matters is relationships.
You know, when you ask that question, what would you do if you only had 24 hours to live; it's really hard to say what we would do, but I do know someone who knew. And he knew he only had 24 hours to live and I know what he did. It's Jesus. And we know this story in John 13, it says this John 13:1-4, "It was just before the Passover feast; Jesus knew that the time had come for Him to leave the world and go to His father. And having loved His own who were in the world, He now showed them the full extent of His love. The evening meal was being served and the devil had already prompted Judas, the Iscariot, son of Simon to betray Jesus. And Jesus knew that the father had put all things under His power and that He had come from God and was returning to God. So he got up from the meal, He took off his outer clothing and he wrapped a towel around his waist. And after that, He poured water into a basin and began to wash his disciples feet, drying them with a towel that was wrapped around Him."
Jesus knew He had under 24 hours to live, and what did he do? He washed the disciples feet. You know, later that chapter, He was going to say a new command, "I give you love one another as I have loved you so you must love one another. And by this, all men will know that you are my disciples if you love one another." The only thing in that matters is loving God and it's loving others, and Jesus, when He got done and he washes disciples feet, in John 13, 14 to 15, He said, "Now that I, the Lord, your teacher have washed your feet, you should also wash one another's feet. I have set you an example that you should do as I have done for you."
You know, when we talk about Go & Tell Ministries of equipping the church to share the gospel; most people think that is equipping you to go down to the Three Rivers Festival and stand on a corner and preach. But that's not what I'm thinking at all. I'm thinking of this, that you would bloom where God has planted you, that everyone in this church would begin to pray for the lost by name that God has brought into your life. You'd begin to pray for your family members, your neighbors, your coworkers, the friend that you see at the coffee shop or in your softball league, and begin to faithfully pray for their salvation and minister to them that you would bloom where God has planted you and the spirit of influences that he's given you.
You know, I told you, I taught at the junior high several years ago at New Haven Junior high. And when I first started, I got a student I'm going to call him Adam, again, I'm changing the name. And Adam was an eighth grade student. He was 6'2", 195, probably one of the purest athletes I've ever seen in my life. And he was all excited, came to me the first day. And again, I was a special education teacher. He was a child with an emotional disability and he was, "Oh, Mr. H, the football coach has seen me, he wants me to play on the team." And I was like, "Really?" And I asked him, "Have you ever been on a team?" And he said, no, that he came from a dysfunctional family. His mom was busy, they not only had siblings; he had cousins he had to go home and help. He goes, "No, I never been on a team, but oh, Mr. H, I'd love to be on a team." And that week the football coach asked him every day.
At the end of the week on Friday, he came in one day in my class was all excited, "Mr. H I almost made the team." I go, "What do you mean you almost made the team?" He goes, "My mom said I could be on the team, but I have to have a physical and the free physical has passed and we can't afford it. But Mr. H, I could have been on a team." Well, he left my class, what he didn't know that day, earlier that morning, Coach Mustin was my coach, and through the fellowship of Christian athletes in 1977, I accepted Christ because of Coach Mustin. And I had just found out that he had passed away that day, and I was considering of sending flowers to him for his memorial service. And after Adam left, I thought, you know, Coach Mustin never liked flowers, but I bet you he would like for me to pay for this kid's physical. So I called our athletic director, paid for his physical. Monday came around, Adam came in all excited, "Mr. H, you're not going to believe it. Someone said that they believed in me, they paid for the physical. My mom took me to the doctor on Friday. I'm on the team. I go to practice tomorrow and we have a game on Wednesday." And I'm like, "You got a game on Wednesday? He goes, "Yes."
Well guess who volunteered to be on the chain game on Wednesday? So I'm on the 10 yard marker. Wednesday comes, the visiting coach is right here, visiting team, and they handed off to Adam the first play. He got maybe five yards the second play, he went 70 yards for a touchdown. Well, when he got into the end zone, he only had one practice. They didn't cover what you do when you get in the end zone. So he got in there and he actually looked around, didn't know what to do and he thought, what do I see on the NFL on Sunday? He spiked the ball and began to dance and flags are flying, I'm jumping up and down.
The visiting coach began to yell, "It's like that kid's never played football before." Coach, he hasn't, he's only had one practice, but he came in the next day at school so excited. And I was bragging on him and I was excited with him. And then he said an interesting thing, he goes, "Oh, but Mr. H, I know I had a good game, but I really like basketball." And I'm, "What? And another kid goes, "He's really good at basketball, Mr. H." And I'm like, "Adam, why are you talking about basketball?" And he goes, "Well, Mr. H, they don't hit you like they do in football, at basketball. I'm kind of sore." And what I heard, if you know anything about me, my son played college basketball at Grace College, he's now an assistant coach there.
My son was on travel teams at [unclear11:45]. I called his old travel coach. I said, "Hey, I've got a raw athlete. I'll get him on the team. I'll help get him to practice. I'll help train him. Can he be on your team?" Now for four months, I started working with Adam. Matter of fact, after school, I would take him to another church gym. I worked out with him, gave him training. I'd get him to practice half the time; his mom would take him another half. He got on this travel team, and four months later, after one of my after school workouts, he's sweating because I ran him a lot and he stopped. And he goes, Mr. H, I just got to ask you, "Why are you doing this?" "What do you mean?" He goes, "Why are you doing all this for me?" He goes, "I assume you're doing it because you get me so tired after school when I see you in the morning, I don't actually cause you problems because I'm still tired." You caught me, Adam, you got me. He goes, "No, Mr. H, why are you doing this?" I said, "Adam, there's more to life than basketball and football and school. Life is about having a relationship with God. Do you go to church anywhere?" He said no.
And I said, "Can I ask you spiritual question?" He said, "Sure!" And I ask him if you were to stand before God and say why should I let you into heaven, what would you say? And he kind of gave a good works answer, try hard. And I shared about sin and hell and he admitted to me. He was a sinner, guilty before God going to hell. And I looked at him and go, "Adam, do you know what God's done for you so you don't have to go to hell and you can have a relationship with God right now?" And he said, no. And at that moment, I shared the gospel of Jesus Christ of how Jesus died on a cross for his sins, how He was buried, how He rose from the dead. And in that gym half hour later, we're both on our knees and Adam profess faith in Jesus and repented of his sins.
You see, the purpose of life is having a relationship with others, caring for their needs and sharing the gospel. And when Jesus had 24 hours to live, He wash His disciples feet, He ministered to those in His spirit of influence. But also that night, what did He do? In Luke 22, you know in the garden of Gethsemane He said this, "Jesus withdrew about a stone's throw beyond them, the disciples, and knelt down and prayed, 'Father, if you are willing, take this cup for me, yet not my will, but yours be done.'" So not only did Jesus love those that God placed in His life with others; He loved His father and the world was going to learn that He would do whatever the father commanded Him, even if it meant death on the cross.
The past two years with COVID, everything's going on in the world. Many of us have struggled with life. We struggled with health. We struggled with finances. We struggled with everything. There comes a point where we say, Father, not my will, not my will Father, but your will be done. Back when Greg and I was praying regularly, I resigned from a church back in 2006. And when I resigned, my wife had just overcome brain surgery. I had a senior in high school, two elementary aged kids, and I quit with no job, not knowing what I'm going to do in the future. Knowing my wife's a stay at home mom and she can't work. And I preached my last church on a Sunday and the following weekend, my son was playing for [unclear15:03] at a basketball tournament in Maryville. And they said, "Do you want to go?" And I'm like, "Well, I don't have anything else going on that weekend.
And so I went and I, you know, driving the road up to Maryville through Warsaw, and while I'm driving, I actually passed this road just three weeks ago. I'm just praying in the car. You've ever been there? God, I don't know what my future holds. I need a job. I need finances. I don't know what's going on in my life. I got three young kids. I got a wife to take care of - God, help! Help me father. While I'm praying, the Lord nudge me and pressed upon me. I don't know what you call it, but He said look at your son. And I fixed the mirror and I looked at my son in the back seat and the Lord spoke this to my heart. He goes, "Jim," my son's name is Steven, "Steven doesn't know where Maryville is. He doesn't know where the gym is he's playing at. He doesn't know where the team's meeting. He doesn't know where the hotel is. He has no idea about how the meals are going to be provided. He just knows this, his father's going to take care of him."
And the Lord brought to memories Jeremiah 29, "I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you a hope and a future." And I was praising God, "God, I don't know where I'm going, but I know you're going before me, and Father, may you be glorified." And then the Lord spoke to my heart or nudged me again, look at your son again. And I looked in the rear view mirror, but this time when I looked at him, he was laughing with joy. And the Lord oppressed upon my heart this truth, "Jim, there's one thing I want you to do, I want you to enjoy the ride. Can you enjoy the ride when you don't know where you're going, when you don't know how you're going to get there, but you know this; the Father's going to complete His work through you."
See, the only purpose of life, the only thing that counts is loving God and loving the father as Jesus modeled it. But the other thing we see in this text is the second point is faith. Faith is the second point. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love. And it's just not faith, it's faith in Jesus. There's a lot of people in our culture today that have faith in faith that things are going to work out, but they're desperately wrong. It's not faith in faith. It's in the person of Jesus Christ and His death and resurrection. Matter of fact, in Hebrews 11:6 it says this, "And without faith, it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that he exists, and then rewards those who earnestly seek Him."
Salvation is found and no one else for there's no other name written under heaven given to men that which we must be saved. Christian posted a study last year and they asked not only churchgoers, but churchgoers who claimed to be Christians and they claimed to be born again. Out of the 3,600 people they'd surveyed that claimed to be born again Christians going to church, two thirds of the people said this, "You could believe in Muhammad and Buddha and Jesus, they're all an equal way to get to God." There is only one way to God and it's through the person of Jesus Christ, for there is one God and one mediator between God and man, the man, Christ Jesus. Jesus said that in John 6:28-29, they asked Jesus, "What must we do to do the work God requires? And Jesus answered them, 'The work of God is this, to believe in the one He has sent.'" Salvation in Christ alone. The world desperately needs to hear about Jesus because they don't know.
I literally travel throughout the United States for Go & Tell Ministries. This past year I've been in Des Moines, Boston, Phoenix, Jacksonville, Orlando, Detroit. I was in Boston in October, and after I got done teaching my three hour workshop, they took me on a tour through Boston and we did the patriotic walk, I actually walked by Harvard. And at that moment in Harvard, that month before, you know, Harvard was founded 400 years ago by John Harvard with the focus of what? Truth for Christ and the church, to raise up people to teach the gospel of Jesus Christ; now it's just known for truth, which is an oxymoron in Harvard because they had just announced in October last year, a new head chaplain over all the chaplains. Now at Harvard, they do have a chaplain of Christianity, but they also have a chaplain of Islam, Wicken, Buddhism, all these religions.
And in October, in the fall of last year, the head chaplain of Harvard's University, his religious belief was atheism. The head chaplain of Harvard, which was founded for truth for Christ and the church, doesn't even believe in God. How far our nation has fallen? 1 John 3:23, says this, "And this is His command to believe in the name of His son, Jesus Christ, and to love one another as He commanded us." Salvation is only in Jesus. I just want to ask you, as I ask Adam years ago, if you were to stand before God and He would ask you today, why should I let you into heaven, what would you say? Would you say based on good deeds? Would it based on works? Based on your church attendance? Or would it would be based on the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ? Because see, the only thing that counts is faith in Jesus.
And it goes on to say, "It's not only, the only thing that counts is faith in Jesus, but expressed through love." They'll know we are Christians by our love. Paul wrote Titus and said this, "They claim to know God, but deny by their actions." The church today needs to be known for their love for others and their love for God. That doesn't mean you compromise the gospel. My wife often laughs when I do evangelism training, she goes, "I don't know how you do it, but you get people to admit to you that they're lying, [unclear21:05] people at heart, guilty before God, going to hell and they love you." How do you do that - is because I'm broken for them, Hun. I pray for them and I'm broken.
You see, the church was known for its love for others by not only praying and sharing the gospel, but by their deeds; we've forgotten that. Paul - do you know the love chapter 1 Corinthians 13, "If I speak in tongues of man and of evangels but have not loved, I'm only resounding gong or clanging symbol. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and I've had faith that can move mountains but have not loved, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body to the flames but have not loved, I gain nothing." Do your friends that where God has planted you, do they know that you love them? Did you pray for them? Would they say that your language is love for God and love for them?
When I was teaching a year and a half ago, I told you about Matthew, where I would pick him up. And as a special-ed teacher, you'd often take students for a half hour in your classroom and work individually with them. And at that moment I took Haime who spoke Spanish and I took Joseph. Now, Haime had emotional disability. Joseph had several palsy and a speech impediment. And Joseph, if you heard him talk, no one here would understand him. But his speech therapist would understand him, his mom would understand him and I did. And so, we're waiting outside Matthew's classroom, he was finishing a test and I'm holding the boy's hands. And Joseph is just a chatter box to me. And I'm listening and I'm talking, then all of a sudden I look at Haime who spoke Spanish. He knew he heard Burmese before and spoke English, and Haime looked at me and goes, "Mr H." "Yeah, Haime." "You understand his language, what was he saying?"
"That's not Spanish, that's not Burmese, that's not English; I don't know what that is, but you can understand his language." And I looked at him and go, "You're absolutely right." Joseph looked at me and goes, "What was he talking about Mr. H?" The kids knew I spoke their language and the world needs to know that we speak the language of what? Of Christ, which is love of brokenness for them. See, Jesus commanded we should be known for that. If we love Jesus, we should live that out. Matter of fact, He gave a warning in Matthew 7:21, "Not everyone who says to me, Lord, Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my father who is in heaven." We're going to be asked how well we've loved.
So that last year of teaching, I got a new student. Again, it was a kindergarten and second grade class, a first grade student; I'm going to call by Mike. He was only moved to New Haven just a week before. Mike was living in Michigan with his dad and his stepmom. They abused him. They sold drugs. CPS got involved, his dad and his stepmom went to prison and they moved him to his mom who he hadn't seen for three years. She lived in the oldest trailer park in New Haven and probably the oldest trailer. A week later, I have this first grade student with an emotional disability with all this trauma. And after that first week at the end of the week, I called his mom, I'm going to call Mary. And I called Mary and I said, "Hey, Mary, this is Mr. H. It's a blessing for me to have your son in my class. I love him and I'm honored to have him, but I've got a couple questions for you."
She goes, "Yeah, Mr. H." I said, "I know he gets free breakfast. I know he gets free lunch. I know you're on disability and you just got him a week ago. I pull him in the afternoon and he's always hungry, so what I've done all week is I just share my lunch with him. We have lunch together, his second lunch. My question is this, do you need help with food? I know you're on disability." And she paused and goes, "Yes, Mr. H." I said, "You know, Mary, I also know you just got him a week ago; he's literally worn the same pants, the same socks and the same shirt every day this week, are you needing help with clothes?" She goes, "Well, Mr. H, I didn't think the school helped." I said, "You know, they helped some. I want you to stay on the line when I get done and I'll have you talk to the person. But you know, Mary, I go by not only Mr. H, but I also have another name, title." She goes, "What's that?" "I'm known as Pastor Jim. Matter of fact, I'll tell you what, tomorrow, Saturday, could I come to your house and bring you a couple bags of groceries, couple bags of clothes, and I'm going to start doing that every two weeks. Could I do that?" She goes, "Oh, thank you, Mr. H." And I went to my principal and told her, "By the way, I'm doing this on my own, but I just want you to know." And every two weeks I began to visit the family on the weekends.
It got into be in September, I'm bringing a gallon of milk and some other food, and the refrigerator broke. And if you know my wife, she can find stuff. Later that day, we found a used refrigerator and we delivered it to their house. It got to be in October and I'm sharing the gospel with his mom at her trailer on a Saturday, and I noticed she had a ring that said, Jesus, on it. It was her mom who had passed away a year before. I shared the gospel with Mary, but I could just tell she didn't understand it. But then she looked at me and asked me this, she goes, "Mr. H, I think it'd really help Mike if he went to church, could he go to your church?" And I said, "You know, I'd love to have him go to my church, but matter of fact, it's kind of far away. I know a pastor, literally just down the road from you, Pastor Rick, that we're good friends with. Can he call you?"
And Pastor Rick visited the family, shared the gospel with Mary, asked her to repent and offer to bring them to church. I don't think they ever took him up on it. It got to be November, and Mike is really spiraling out of control with all the trauma. And we had a case conference committee, if you're familiar with special-ed, with an IEP, and we decide on a Tuesday, we need to reduce his day because he couldn't handle a long day. Mom agreed with it, signed the paper or agreed with it. I had to do the paperwork. By the end of the week, Friday, I called Mary and said, "Hey Mary, it's Mr. H, I've got the paperwork done. Could I come to the house afterwards? And if you sign it on Monday, I've got the bus already to pick him up later, to bring him home early. And matter of fact, I got some groceries." She said please come by Mr. H, and she signed the papers, and Monday came.
I think that was the first day Mike missed that day in school. Later in the afternoon, I got called to the principal's office. And I just want to let you know, as a 60 year old man going to the principal's office, you're scared. So I go in, I'm a little nervous, again, this is a public school. The principal was a believer and Ranita looked at me, she goes, "Jim, I should have called you in first today. I'm sorry. Have a seat. I don't know how to tell you this. I've talked to Mike's other teachers. Sit down. I don't know how to tell you this. Mary died yesterday. There's no family involved. CPS is involved. They moved Mike to another county. You're never going to see him again. Are you okay?" "What?" She said the same thing. And then she looked at me and said, "Jim, are you okay?" And I literally said this to my principal. I said, "Ranita, Mike was hungry, I fed him. Mike needed cloth, I cloth him. The refrigerator broke, I got him one. I shared the gospel with Mary; I actually sent another pastor to the house, he shared the gospel with Mary. So I think Ranita when I stand before God on behalf of Mary, I think I'm going to be okay because I don't know what more I could have done to share Jesus with her."
She goes, "Oh my, no other teachers responded that way." I said, "Well, Ranita I just assumed when you asked if I was okay, you meant before God." She goes, "Jim, that's why we like having you as one of our teachers. Go & Tell Ministry exists today because the church is not okay. The church isn't sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and asking people to repent and come to have a saving faith with Jesus. The church isn't caring for the needs of the people.
You are blessed with a pastor who has a heart for evangelism and a heart for the community. I go around throughout the United States and I train churches. Matter of fact, my materials been translated in Swahili and Tanzania, two different Indian languages. And we do one thing; we seek to equip the church to share the gospel and make disciples because the church isn't okay - because we've forgotten the main focal point that we are called to love God and love other people that they would have faith in Jesus and we express it through love. And someday in Matthew 27, as Jesus went on to say Matthew 25, "Then the righteous will answer Him. Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see a stranger and invite you in or needing cloth and clothed you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go visit you? And then the king will reply, 'I tell you the truth; whatever you did for one of these least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'"
See, the church is called to share the gospel. Praise God if you go to the Three Rivers Festival and share, but that's not my goal. My goal is that you would bloom where God has planted you. That you'd pray for the lost by name of your neighbors, your family member, your coworkers, and you share Jesus and love indeed because we realize the only thing that counts is faith. The only thing that counts at the end is faith expressing itself through love. CT Stud was a famous missionary as a hundred years ago gave up his riches to share the gospel, and CT Stud said this, "Only one life will soon be passed, only what's done for Christ will last." If you only have 24 hours to live, what would you do? You know, as a church, we need to live in a mindset that we only have 24 hours, and loving God and loving others for His glory.
Let me pray. Father, we thank you for your grace shown through Jesus Christ. We thank you for your love for us. Father, may we express that love and express our faith by loving others and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to a dying world for the glory of your name. Amen.
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