Are you enjoying what God has given you so far? Whether young or old, is your life reflecting the love and faith God has blessed you? We are living in a world filled with terrible darkness. A great delusion is sweeping over the world. Yet, the word of God and power still manifest in all those who trust in Him.
Paul, writing to the churches, often mentions how their walk of love and faith is evident. It does not mean we go around asking for feedback. Like it was a fact to others, our life in Christ will also be a fact to others. Not because we can do something but because He is doing everything good in and through us.
We give thanks to God and the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always for you. Since we heard of your faith in Christ Jesus, and of the love which ye have to all the saints.
Jesus is pouring out His Spirit upon ALL (believing) flesh. Every child, youth, and elder has the freedom to seek God in these times. All who come to Him will not be dismayed. True to God’s word, He is opening up visions, gifts and other spiritual blessings.
Let your love and faith encourage others for the coming of the Lord
The New Testament saints lived during a time of great persecution. Their only solace was the revelation that Jesus was coming soon; and that it would all end quickly. Their momentary, light affliction will be changed into great glory in eternity with Christ.
Paul, writing to the Thessalonians in Chapters 4 and 5, reminds us how we need to comfort one another with these words of truth as we prepare ourselves for His return.
God is preparing His spotless and blameless bride. Let us pour our hearts into prayer daily and prepare ourselves for His coming. Maranatha, Praise God and Amen!
Used with permission from Nehemiah Zion.