Pearls of Wisdom
As Christians, we are here to serve the Lord, not the other way around
I am certainly not against all television ministries, but an unguarded look at Christian TV might make you think that Christianity is all about getting the best life you can. Some falsely lead you into thinking that having a relationship with God will make all of your problems go away or that all of your dreams will come true. This is not so.
I do want to add though that God does indeed love us and want us to have good lives. He is a good, good Father and wants what is best for His children. However, God’s primary concern is neither our comfort nor our bank balance.
God is not a cosmic genie ready to grant your every request and wish.
God does not exist to serve us, rather quite the opposite is true. If the focus of your Christian life is to get whatever you can from God, then I suggest you perhaps care more about what God can give you than God Himself.
Christians are here to serve and worship God. Our time, energy, money and resources should be devoted to His service. We should go about our days not thinking about what we want to achieve, but seeking to serve Him and follow His lead.
This is a real challenge. Speaking for myself, I am only just realising the depths of my pride at times. Surrendering to Jesus as Lord is a daily (or even second by second) process. Few of us put and keep God at the very centre of our lives. I ask you though, is there anything more important?
Are you in this to get what you can from God, or are you fully committed to serving Him? How might your plans for today change as a result?
God bless; you!
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Every day is a battle between self and the Will of God in my life. So often I need to stop and refocus my intention, after rebuking myself for having a selfish thought. The blogging ministry is a classic example of this, pride in myself sneaks in and I need to reject it reminding myself it all belongs to Him and Him alone. Thank you for this timely reminder brother. I pray that our Father God will bless you today.
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The prosperity gospel theology has done so much damage 💔.
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