Saturday, May 31, 2014

Will you have friction with God and harmony with people, or harmony with God and friction with people?

Choose to love God more than other people. It'll go better on you in the long run. You'll never regret being 100% sold-out to Christ as your Lord ..when many merely have Him as Savior or don't know Him at all. 

Often times a Christian desiring to do it differently by being a "secret-agent witness".. you know what I mean: living with the daily M.O. of 'Hey, I’ll just live the life minus tellin' anyone about the Gospel or my love for God' ..will repeat to themselves, “I’ll just fly under the radar here and personally experience zero friction with people, and that'll be much cooler for me... but they don't realize that's not how Christ lived. He was led by the Spirit and constantly told people the truth in love. 

Now we've all met Christians who run their mouths off too much on their boss's nickle when they're really supposed to be workin' in their place of employment - it's a bad witness. Wish they'd be quiet more cuz this gives the Gospel a blackeye so to speak. But some workers who live the life never share Jesus even though the Bible encourages us all to..wisely. 

“Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the Son of God, God dwelleth in him, and he in God.” 1 John 4:15

In this earth-experience called life, you will either have harmony with people and friction with God, or harmony with God (via a right relationship with Christ according to the Bible) and friction with people. Who among us here can have it both ways? No one. Some love this world's system and their pet-sins more than God and that's the reason why there's oppostion. 

"Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace but a sword. For I have come to set a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law." ~ Jesus, Matthew 10:34-35

So, it's up to you. Are you for Him or against Him? There's no in-between. Be for Him and know Him as Lord today! Will you do it your own way, or His way (which is biblcial). Each one of us must decide which way it will go with us n God. If you choose to enjoy harmony with God, the conflict you experience with others (even with relatives in some cases..) may ultimately lead to the awareness of their own need to find harmony with God through faith in Jesus. Read more at
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