Until the Need is No More
Isaiah 38:19 (NLT) Only the living can praise you as I do today. Each generation tells of your faithfulness to the next.
As the years continue to go by so quickly, I am reminded of how short our earthly lives really are. Scripture tells us this life is but a vapor, here for a little while then it vanishes away. It puts the urgency to share the love of God with people in a whole new perspective. We can only tell the next generation about the goodness of God while we are still living, today. It’s our mandate to preach the Gospel to all of the Earth. We must show the love of God to the hurting, lost, broken, and confused. Jesus died for all of us, even the ones that seem so unlovable.
This isn't a message to put pressure on you to perform and do a list of works in the flesh - it's a message to not live in complacency and comfort - we have to get out of our comfort box and fulfill the call of God on our lives - let's get the world saved so we can all go home! The world is growing darker but the Church, the Bride of Christ, will shine brighter. Our days ahead are great because of Jesus! May we always desire to reach the next generation for Christ until all have heard. We do not have time to waste building our own little worldly kingdoms, everything on this earth shall fade away but God's Word will remain. Jesus is coming back soon, are you ready?
Matthew 24:14 (TPT) “Yet through it all, the good news of heaven’s kingdom will be proclaimed all over the world, providing every nation with a demonstration of the reality of God. And after that the end of this age will arrive.”
Proverbs 6:9-11 (NKJV) How long will you slumber, O sluggard? When will you rise from your sleep?
A little sleep, a little slumber, A little folding of the hands to sleep— So shall your poverty come on you like a prowler, And your need like an armed man.
1 John 2:17 (TPT) This world and its desires are in the process of passing away, but those who love to do the will of God live forever.
Matthew 24:35 (TPT) The earth and sky will wear out and fade away before one word I speak loses its power or fails to accomplish its purpose.