Think About It Tuesday

Time Out: Think About It Tuesday

We pray hard one day; then the next day we don’t pray at all.

We do the work of God today; but the next day we do the work of the enemy.

This day we’re speaking the sweet truth and Word of God; then the next day we let gossip, hatred, and curse words fly from our lips.

We, the PEOPLE OF GOD, need to stop this-it’s TIME OUT for straddling the fence! We’ve got to make up our minds to get on the Lord’s side, and then be DILIGENT about serving and living for Him. Don’t you know the enemy is DILIGENT and very much so PERSISTENT in trying to take us down? I Peter 5:8 (New King James Version) warns us, “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.” You see the enemy is not slacking up one bit. Every day he is roaming the earth to see who he can steal from, kill, and destroy!

So if our opponent is working so hard to destroy us, don’t you think we need to be working even HARDER to stay on the Lord’s side?  Pray hard EVERY DAY, harder than the enemy is trying to discourage you. Speak the Word of God every day, HARDER and LOUDER than the enemy is trying to speak lies to you and others around you. Be diligent, persistent, and steadfast! It’s TIME OUT for half stepping-our eternal lives are on the line here!…….Think About It!

-To God be the Glory

AdriannaJ

*Scripture taken from the New King James Version. Copyright 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved.

5 thoughts on “Time Out: Think About It Tuesday

  1. Yes!!

    Salvation is a matter that has an owner. And it’s the Lord Jesus.
    My prayer is a request, He gave me two keys to use:

    Help, Lord Jesus! (any situation) and
    I put this subject (any) under Your feet, Lord!

    The Lord knows our guts.

    Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers. Ephesians 4:20

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