The day is here to come together and pray. We pray for tomorrow and the next but we never miss the day in place. Thankfully, there is a dawn of great awakening coming and we see the signs of goodness all around. Yes, I said “goodness” not evil. We are shrouded by evil messages deliberately designed to push us off course so that others will be the bearers of sorrow while we maintain a thought leadership of real likeness to God. Be at rest today and simply carry out the plan that He intended for all people. His plan is inclusive not selective. Christ provides a message of hope not despair. We kindly sit by and wait for the Father to reveal His grand plan and although it seems like forever, it’s truly a vapor in the scheme of eternity.
Casual pleasantries are not the favorite of choices with the King because the time is prime for the Great Commission to be expanded and taken seriously. Capture a personal plan of His design and nurture it to life. Fear is the evil that plagues us and we can stomp it down to nothing just by taking action without worry of rejection. God is our only approver and He doesn’t request us to measure results. He asks us to serve, love, and be kind among all nations, all people and all dwellings.
Not sure how to apply this? Simply follow what Jesus said to be the “Most Important Commandments” found in Mark 12:28-31The Message (MSG)
One of the religion scholars came up. Hearing the lively exchanges of question and answer and seeing how sharp Jesus was in his answers, he put in his question: “Which is most important of all the commandments?”
Jesus said, “The first in importance is, ‘Listen, Israel: The Lord your God is one; so love the Lord God with all your passion and prayer and intelligence and energy.’ And here is the second: ‘Love others as well as you love yourself.’ There is no other commandment that ranks with these.”
To those who might be concerned; shift the focus towards seeking and acquiring the knowledge of God’s word that equips us to live out the most important commandments, according to Jesus. Just imagine how much closer we would be towards fulfilling the Great Commission, God’s collective plan for us.