Live For Christ

Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 15:51 “Listen I tell you a mystery. We will not all sleep, but we will be changed in a flash, in the twinkling of an ey, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable and we will be changed.”

When the day comes and God calls us home to heaven, the endurance of an earthly life changes, our spirit, the one that comes to live on earth changes and becomes a spiritual body in heaven. No more suffering here, but freedom to live unblemished with the Lord.

Think about this, you can look forward to a life ahead that is free to live without difficulties, physical or emotional. While we are living we look to Christ as our shield and protector in the earth. We aren’t here by accident, we are here to serve Him and his people on earth and to make a life worthy of our calling for Him. Not living a life of selfishness and pain or fear of what can happen but to look to Him for the answer and to depend on that answer to help encourage us as we do our daily walk in this life.

For now, I say to all that read this message to ask for forgiveness, repent and turn to God for everything. When the trumpet sounds will it be a clear call for you?

Jesus shed His blood for you so you can live free from the burdens of this world, He was your sin offering at the cross. Always remember what He did for you, and for me.

As Paul says: 1 Corinthians 15:50 “I declare to you brothers, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable.”

We are the perishable in flesh, and live in the world which is perishing.

LIVE FOR CHRIST AND WHAT IS AHEAD

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One thought on “Live For Christ

  1. Patrick Harrison says:

    While trying to go to sleep tonight, I began thinking of why I fail to realize what I am to do in my life, and then an answer came that I should always approach any subject or task with the awareness that Christ is here; in fact, Christ is inside me. So now if I have a question about what I am to say, think, or do, I simply substitute Christ for met. What would Christ do in this incidence? What would He say? What would Christ think about this or that? The solution becomes so obvious and clear. Should I care about the Benghazi affair? If I have Christ in me, then no. Should I care about the IRS scandal; again, no. And the same with the Attorney General’s behavior with AP and Fox news. Christ only cares about my salvation and said “give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, give to God what is God’s.” It may seem simplistic on the surface but I vow to try and do this with every thing I do, think, and say. Christ says, “don’t try, just do it!”

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