Do I Have to Keep Going?

Psalm 119:90 Thy faithfulness is unto all generations:  thou hast established the earth, and it abideth.

Nineteen times the Bible mentions faithfulness.  It means trustworthy; sure and true. Most of all the references refer to God’s faithfulness.  He truly is our pattern for every time. It shows He is always faithful. God does the same thing over and over.  He never tires from His job nor does He complain. He is always there when we need Him and He is faithful to punish and bless us.  Nothing ever gets done without God blessing our work or punishing our wrong. He is faithful to every promise, especially sowing and reaping.  What about you? Are you faithful to His work? Even when you are bored and tired, do you keep going? Don’t you think God get’s tired of watching us fall on our face because we don’t rely on Him?

The Wrap Up: But God is Faithful, Trustworthy, Sure and True.  How about you?

Extra reading:  Isaiah 25:1, Psalm 5:9, 36:5, 88:11, 143:1

Have it your way!

Judges 16:30 And Samson said, Let me die with the Philistines.  And he bowed himself with all his might; and the house fell upon the lords, and upon all the people that were therein.  So the dead which he slew at his death were more than they which he slew in his life.

Modern conveniences allow you to have the hamburger with or without cheese, kid size, small, medium, large or x-large.  In our physical life we can “have it our way” but as a Christian we need to have it Gods way. Samson was a man of great potential, but he did not follow God’s commandments.  His destruction did not come immediately. Samson Partied and had a good time and did not realize that the spirit of God left. The destruction of Samson came years later. As Christians we can ignore God’s commandment and do our own thing.  But, God’s judgment will come. Will you, like Samson, be destroyed or will you obey the commandments of God and be rewarded?

The Wrap Up:  God’s way is the best way.

 




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