Sunday, August 19, 2012


When will we as Christians ever learn that God's way is the best way?  No matter what facets of our lives, no matter what situation we encounter, no matter how much we think we know, always remember God's way is best!

Scripture tells us in Pslam 37:5 Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in Him; and He will bring it to pass.  It seems, today, that many Christians insist on clinging to their own ways when it comes to serving God.  They don't want to let go of their old habits and in some cases they are reluctant to give up their old lifestyle.  These individuals are some of the most miserable people in the church.  Why?  In a nutshell, they lack spiritual victory in their lives.

Listen folks, if we are to enjoy God's best for our lives we must yield our way, our will, our work and our walk entirely to Him.  We must commit our time, our talent and yes even our treasure to Him.  We must be willing to deny ourselves for the benefit of others.  This is all a part of commitment to God.

We as Christians often fail to trust in God as we should.  If we continually rely on our own strength we will continually fail.  We sometimes depend too much on doctors, lawyers and friends.  Now don't take me wrong.  I'm not advocating the exclusion of these influences in our lives.  We should be thankful for the help of others, but our ultimate trust must be in God.  Remember, bank accounts may fail, money markets may fail, but Jesus never fails!

God rewards those who are totally committed to Him.  God rewards His people by enabling us to be a blessing to others.   God will use a totally committed person to reach out to others and in doing so will draw others to Him.  

God's way is best.  He not only rewards the faithful in this life, but He rewards us also in the next life - eternally.  After all, folks, that's what really matters.

Until next time...enjoy the journey!


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