Still using the 'L' word?

Hello beautiful people, I’m glad you’re reading this right now- get ready to be blessed!

Oh no, the 'L' word isn't love, I knew you'd think! It stands for 'later'.
Lately, I’ve been more alert to the fact that we are only here temporarily. More and more, I realise that we would all leave someday. I don’t know when ‘someday’ will be. For all I know it could be the next hour or 75 years time. The question is not when ‘someday’ will be, the question is where do we want to spend eternity and what are we doing to get to that desired place?
Whether we think about it or not, we would die someday or if not, Jesus would come. For a moment, I just want you to think about what hell would be like. It’s eternal suffering in the flames of fire. It does not end! I thirst and hunger more for righteousness- not just because I don’t want to go to hell, but for the joy of spending eternity with my Father. How beautiful it would be, being with Jesus all day long?
The bible says in 2 Peter3:9 that God is not willing for any to perish, but ultimately the choice is ours to make. There’s is never a better time to serve God than Now, because NOW is the only time we have. Stop putting off your serving God till later, for all you know, ‘later’ might never come.
To people who are already saved- who have accepted God’s gift of salvation and have a personal relationship with Him- congratulations! Press on, don’t get tired now and don’t get caught up in doing the ‘so-called things of God’ at the expense of your own salvation. By this I mean, don’t be too busy with your service, ignoring your own spiritual growth. Your salvation is more important than your service. Philippians 2:12 says “…work out your own salvation with fear and trembling. Your salvation comes first. Remember, you can’t give out what you don’t have. So, spend time getting to know who God is.
Sweetheart, I implore you to take a moment and ponder on these things. Reflect on how you’ve been living your life. Where do you plan on spending eternity? Are you on the right track? Perhaps you were on the right track before, but for some reason(s), you’ve drifted off, come back! Don’t dwell on your past. There’s nothing you could have done that’s too bad for God to forgive. He still loves you, more than you can ever know. He doesn’t hold your sin against you (Romans 8:1). He desires the relationship you used to have with Him. Talk to him now; He’s listening…
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”- John 3:16

“But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:”- John 1:12


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