With Perpetual Motion!

Titus 2:13 “Waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great GOD and SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST…”

With Perpetual Motion!

So many are asking,
“Just when will HE
come for me? “

And HIS WORD replies,
“Just when will you run
TO ME? “

By engaging so many
distractions, the eyes
of the heart then turn
from pursuit.

By no longer
exclusively seeking,
their walk with the
LORD does the world
— dilute.

But the hour’s not yet.
Consequently, press
on! Much deeper than
yesterday. Yea, far
beyond!

So now shout to the
LORD, “I am dying to
me!” with your cross
carried — drawing —
TO CHRIST till you
meet.

Therefore! Run in this
instant and cast off
such questions by
serving so all also
learn…from THIS
lesson!

As HIServant sharing this lesson relearned,

Whitney

Devotional: Galatians 5:13 “For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters.

But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.”

To be found “watching and waiting” isn’t a command to stand still.

To “occupy till HE comes” also is an instruction that requires zealous movement for HIS NAMESAKE.

Rather than statically asking ourselves with great frequency, “When’s HE coming?”…

…let us be wholly engaged in sharing the Joy of being about HIS work for us.

So it’s a “lesson learned” that removes someone from standing still into serving daily.

For HIS rewards aren’t handed out in an, “Everyone gets the same amount and kind” manner.

HE is a rewarder of them that desperately and wholly seek HIM through Action instead of Observation!

2 Timothy 4:8 “From now on there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the LORD, the righteous JUDGE, will award to me on that day — and not only to me, but to all who crave HIS appearing.”

Through such visible obedience, then others learn of our SAVIOUR, JESUS CHRIST…and to crave HIS soon return!

And they also gain the urgency of this Hour to serve the LORD, perpetually moving closer to HIM till HE comes!

Amen and amen!

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