Grace morning on this seismic, serene and sufficient Sunday.
A mountain is wider at the bottom than it is at the top. The closer you get to the top then the steeper the climb might be. Always remember, this is your course and you must finish it for the glory of God. No matter how much sorrow you face, how sad you become or how sick you are ~ just finish your course.
Contrary to popular belief, life gets tougher as you get older. You are not taught algebra and calculus in the first grade.
Commitment seems to be a missing commodity in our country, communities, and church congregation. We all know people who can’t hold a job for more than a year or two. After the newness wears off, they move on. It is almost like quitting is more enjoyable than the work they accomplish. Some people can’t attend the same church for more than a year or two. They are not able to settle in a place when things get normal. They expect every service to be spectacular. However, we all know that we have more normal days than special days in our life. If every day were special then we would have no special days.
The unfinished things in our lives bring frustration, intimidation and interruption to our purpose of serving God.
“I’m sure about this: the one who started a good work in you will stay with you to complete the job by the day of Christ Jesus.”
Philippians 1:6 CEB
There is a process of life. We finish all great projects by taking them one step at a time.
Live, love, and laugh your way through this splendid Sunday!