Series (Page 2)
Instead of selling out to Jesus, most of us, without even realizing it, approach church as if we’re sampling desserts at the grocery store.
Will you, like Nebuchadnezzar, humble your heart before the mighty God of heaven? Or, like Belshazzar, will you spend your last day on earth partying with the holy things of God?
Precious one, have you resisted the cry of your conscience until it ceased, and then figured that everything was okay? If this is your case, do not sleep until you’ve gotten clear with Jesus!
Have you decided to stand against the dark forces of this day?
Isn’t it time that the unholy trinity of me, myself, and I be fully crucified by Jesus? Will you cry out to Jesus to change this, or will you allow this suffocating indifference to blind you to your lukewarmness?
What will hinder someone from finding the narrow gate, entering the narrow path, and staying on it?
Practically, this means seeking first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and trusting Jesus to give you exactly what he wants you to have. Have you left the abuse of the devil and entered this blessed rest of Jesus?
Your salvation depends on obeying and submitting to what the Holy Spirit speaks to your heart. Jesus said, “My sheep always heed My voice, and I know them, and they always follow Me” (John 10:27).
Are you still living in the lowlands?
Do you have eyes to see the condition of the church?
In spite of these clear markings, we may trick ourselves about which path we’re walking.
Does selflessness and an entire consecration to Jesus underlay your righteous acts?