We need to seek God’s will to know what God calls us to do and always understand that if He calls us to something else. Once He calls us, we need to accept it and obey Him.
It is very important that we mustn’t get angry when time becomes an enemy or when we go through troubles and sufferings. It is in those times that we need to sit still and look to God for guidance.
There are several points that just jump out to me when reading through this and I look forward to writing about the passage.
Seeing as how important prayer is to Christian living, Jesus left us instruction on how to do exactly that.
Martin Luther conveyed a biblical truth when writing this hymn, that God would always be with those He loves and would always protect His elect.
Just as people lying about serving in the military upsets me, shouldn’t we, as Christians, get equally upset when people claim to be Christians, but they’re really not?
Thoughts and a reflective poem on desiring Christ to return, to take us Home.
As members of the elect, we need to live lives that fulfill what Jesus commands us to do because we love him so. We need to be ready and watchful for the day He returns to us.
This hymn reminded me that it wasn’t me who died on the cross, nor I who brought salvation into my life, but it was the will of the Father and the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ that has held me fast all this time.