Tuesday, February 26, 2013


In the world we live in there are many temptations, these things are what I would like to call are chances or choices. If you have watched the news or have read your paper latley, then you will find that many people have fell into the devils trap and have made some very bad choices. Some have sold drugs, while others have committed crimes on their children, family and even their own spouse.When you think about what I just wrote one question should come to mind, Are we indeed living in the last days and how can one stay faithful to God with all the evil people living in the world today? How can I trust God with his word when the whole world is agaisnt him? My answer is simple read your bible stay prayed up and to always remain faithful.

 As simple as this sounds, the hardest choice of them all is to remain faithful and to allow God to handle all of your burdens. In order to do this one must stick, to ones belief,  convictions, love their  family or spouse without fail and never to forsake our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. These things we do have control of and if we are to overcome them all ,one must stay prayed up, then practice our faith. The questions I have for you today is, can you overcome your flesh , the pressures or the temptations of the world and remain faithful? Can you stand in the face of evil and say that I love God with all my heart and I will not be tempted by the world or the evil in it? Or will you allow all the bad news, people evil ways or the daily drama keep you down? Can you say with a straight face that I will not let worldly ways influence my ways or decisions? As you think about the answer to these questions, I offer a verses from the Bible that may assist you during your day or your week. (Matthew 5:37 Simply let your 'Yes' be 'Yes,' and your 'No,' 'No'; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.) Which means pray, then seek God for guidance to those things, that you may say Yes to and pray then ask God for strength to say, No too the things that shall tempt your flesh into temptation or evil.
Have a blessed day,

1 Peter 5:10 And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.

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