Good morning, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. Here I am to share a message to you all who enjoyed Christmas! Do you know who the first Evangelists were? Shepherds! As soon as they received the good news from an angel they were glad and went and saw Jesus! They didn’t stop there, but the Bible says that they proclaimed whatever they heard and saw! So pass on what you’ve been enjoying being in Christ!
Today I had to attend a weekly status call with my client at 8.30 AM. After reaching the office I also had to read a document before the call. I started walking from my apartment at around 8 AM. I and one of my colleagues would walk some days. Due to the cold weather I was not able to walk fast and the time was running like anything. Sweat was all over my body in spite of the cold weather. I thought I would even faint. I prayed in my heart, “Lord, help me walk and strengthen me as I walk.” Though it was painful I was so glad that I didn’t stop in the middle when I reached the office at 8.25 AM. The Lord is great! I thought the Lord would have held the time for a while till I reached.
Sometimes you may think why am I a Christian? I am not able to enjoy as my friends do. It imposes many rules on me that I should not watch this, I should not speak like this, I should not hear this, etc… Why am I restricted in many ways? A loving mother would never allow her child to go anyway that she wants, but carefully allows her to walk on the safer roads. When God tells us not to do something it is just for our good and not to harm us. Bible says in Matthew 7:14, “But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life and only a few find it.” So walk through the smaller gate and on the narrow road. It’s of really no use when you give up in the middle; you need to walk till the end to reach the destination! When others see you walking on the narrow roads they would understand that it would lead them too to life and not to death. Remember Paul was even ready to die for the name of the Lord if it would save many souls to the life.
Importantly, talk the walk rather than just talk. :) May God bless you!