Time for what? Time for your favorite team to win it all? Time to win Publisher’s Clearing House? Time to win the lottery? Time to be chosen man or woman of the year? As attractive as these may seem to some of you, they are all things of this world that have no eternal value.

As true believers in Jesus, what are we focusing on today? Are we missing the mark as to what Jesus said to His disciples when He was here on earth? As believers, we are also disciples of Jesus. Just because 2,000+ years have passed since Jesus death and resurrection and the words He instructed His disciples, doesn’t mean His words are no longer valid. In fact, they are even more desperately true today because Jesus’ rapture of His Church of believers is near. That time is near. 

What is happening in the world today is prophesied in the Bible. Because of these things, Jesus could take His believers to Heaven any minute. We don’t know the day or hour, but we know that the end of time is near.

If you knew that Jesus was returning in the next week or even tomorrow, what would you change about your life? What would you stop doing and start doing? Well, why not make these changes now? Why not live out what you say you believe instead of only giving lip service to it.

There are some very good disciples of Jesus on this earth now. Billy Graham was one of the best! Not everyone will be a “Billy Graham,” but what about your friends and relatives? Don’t you care that they are going to spend eternity in hell? Do you love yourself more than you love them?

There is a lot of selfishness in this day and age. As believers in Jesus, we’re supposed to be different, but are we? Believe me, I’m preaching to myself, too. I want to be different. Do you?

If you don’t yet know Jesus, please read the information on how to know Him at:  https://www.gotquestions.org/way-of-salvation.html

Sharon

I Peter 4:7, 8

“The end of all things is near. Therefore, be alert and of sober mind so that you may pray. 8Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.”