Don’t forget God

Ecc 12:1 NET So remember your Creator in the days of your youth – before the difficult days come, and the years draw near when you will say, “I have no pleasure in them”

The busyness of this life and all the quest to become a success or achieve greatness makes it easy to forget God.

It makes it easier to forget about our creator than it is to forget our names.

Don’t forget God!

You’ll answer to Him eventually whether you believe it or not.

Seek Him and follow Him.

1 Samuel 12:24 NIV
But be sure to fear the Lord and serve him faithfully with all your heart; consider what great things he has done for you.

God is in it all

Ecc 3:14 NET I also know that whatever God does will endure forever; nothing can be added to it, and nothing taken away from it. God has made it this way, so that men will fear him.

It is because of bible verse like the one above that I believe God is in control of everything even if the situation says otherwise.

God holds it all together and He is in it all so that nothing happens outside of His limitless, sovereign power.

We may not understand many things, but God understands all things, and He’s in control of everything.

So, what do we do in this type of situation?
I understand that the best thing to do when you don’t know where you’re going is to ask for direction, and when direction is not provided, you simply follow the lead of the person leading you, or the lead of the person who knows the way.

God knows the way, and Jesus said, “I am the way.”

Therefore, follow Him even when things look blurring and confusing.

We shall not miss it in Jesus mighty name,
Amen!

Then came Sunday morning

It’s all about the resurrection of the Savior, Jesus Christ.

His death makes no sense if He had not risen. He promised that on the third day, He would rise again.

They looked for the dead among the dead, in the tomb, but He was no longer there.

He has risen!

Death could not hold Him down. Satan could not defeat Him, and He conquered it all.

He won the battle. He’s got the victory for us, and this is what makes sense.

This is what makes a Christian life meaningful.

This is life.

The Savior is alive, and, yes, we are too.

Jesus lives forever. We will live forever if we believe.
Amen!

The quiet day

So, Jesus died on the cross on Friday.

There was a lot of chaos and talking about Jesus leading to His death.

Then came Saturday, and everything was quiet. No one is saying anything.

The quiet day.

But it seems that the quiet day was the most active day for Jesus.

He was busy fighting on our behalf, fighting against death, Satan, and our sin.

He fought and defeated all our enemies.

This is the only reason we claim victory even before we fight any battle because Jesus won it all for us.

I’m confident that Sunday’s coming, and there will resume talking and, of course, some great things.

The quiet day was the day Jesus conquered all. Amen!

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