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Until He Returns

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What does God want us to do until He returns? As Christians, we are called to serve Him willingly and to obediently do whatever He calls us to do.

Christ will return, and His return should motivate us to work hard and give sacrificially to the work of God. In the parable of the ten minas in Luke 19, Jesus essentially said that we are to remain occupied in working hard for His Kingdom until He returns.

There are two types of Christians: those who occupy themselves with God's work and those who do not. Which one are you?

Are you taking advantage of every opportunity to witness for Christ? Are you being faithful with God's blessings and resources? Are you serving God with all of your heart and soul?

During this life we will be refined with fire that will test us: are we laying a foundation of material wealth or of eternal blessings? Are we working for our own glory and comfort, or for the furthering of God's Kingdom?

What does God want us to do until He returns? As Christians we are called to serve Him willingly and to obediently do whatever He calls us to. We are to witness to those who do not follow Christ, lovingly warn them of the coming judgment, and joyfully share of God's love and plan of salvation. We are to equip and encourage our fellow believers so that they may also go forth and further God's Kingdom.

Prayer: Father, I pray that I will spend my days working for the furthering of Your Kingdom and not for my own personal gain. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth" (Acts 1:8).


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