Glory

We cannot even begin to fathom the unspeakable glories of the kingdom of God. Words cannot express how amazing it will be in all its perfection and majesty. And what did Jesus do? He left it. Though He was still fully God “He emptied Himself, made Himself nothing, and took upon himself the form of a common slave, and was made in the likeness of men…”

I want you to know the Bible says the world is going to be in the same pitiful shape when Jesus returns, but it ought not to be so. Jesus told us to watch and pray. We ought to look for that blessed hope, the glorious appearing of the great God and our Savior Jesus Christ. My friend in that day there’ll be no time to repent. When kids mess up today they like to say, “My bad,” and then act like everything is okay. But that won’t cut it with Jesus. You’re right, it’ll be your bad all right, but then you’ll have to pay the consequences of that bad choice. Millions of believers are living today like Jesus will never come back – we’re not just not looking, but we’ve forgotten that we’re even supposed to be looking.

Are you? Are you living right before Him?

If God were to break into your life right now, today, at this very moment, would He be pleased with the offering you are making with your life? Listen, the question may simply need to be this:

Are you surrendered to the will of God for your life?

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About joannelamesse

Just a blogger who shares her thoughts, desires, and meeting like minded souls. I am one who believes in God, His word, and I am also interested in preparing, surviving as well. Love nature, and learning more on simple life
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4 Responses to Glory

  1. Very well said. It is a solid fact that the Kingdom is coming whether people are ready for it or not. So many of us today are caught up in the every day problems of life that we forget about what is to come, and we forget to seek God’s will first and foremost. All of us believers should be submitting ourselves to God’s will so that when the Kingdom does arrive, and it certainly will, we can enter into as God’s pleasing children. Thanks for anoter great post!

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