Jesus’ Calling You!


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Therefore we are always confident and know that as long as we are at home in the body we are away from the Lord. For we walk by faith, and not by sight. We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord. So we make it our goal to please him, whether we are at home in the body or away from it. For we must all appear before the judgement seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.

2 Corinthians 5:6-10

You need to follow Jesus one step at a time. That is all he requires of you. In fact, that is the only way to move through the space-time world. You see huge mountains looming, and you start wondering how you’re going to scale those heights. Meanwhile, because you’re not looking where you’re going, you stumble on the easy path where he is leading you now. As Jesus’ helps you get back on your feet, you tell him how worried you are about the cliffs up ahead. But you don’t know what will happen today, much less tomorrow. Your path may take an abrupt turn, leading you away from those mountains. There my be an easier way up the mountains than is visible from this distance. If you allow Jesus to lead the way, he will equip you thoroughly for the strenuous cliffs. He will give his angles charge over you, to preserve you in all your ways. Keep your mind on the present journey, enjoying His presence. Walk by faith, not by sight, trusting Jesus to open up the way before you.

Jesus is renewing your mind. When your thoughts flow freely, they tend to move towards your problems. Your focus gets snagged on a given problem, circling around and around, it attempts to gain your entire life. Your energy is drained away from other matters through this negative focus. Worst of all, you lose sight of Christ. A renewed mind in his presence is what you need. Train your mind to seek him in every moment, every situation. Sometimes you can find him in your surroundings: a lifting birdsong, a loved one’s smile, golden sunlight. At other times, you must draw inward to find him. Jesus is always present in your spirit. Seek his face, speak to him, and he will light up your mind and your heart.

Grace and Peace to You My Friends 

20 thoughts on “Jesus’ Calling You!

  1. One of my favorite sayings, by a man named Fenelon, says “Do not insult today by looking for a better tomorrow.” Today is the present – a present from God. Make it count!

    Be blessed


    1. When I have preach, I share yesterday is long gone we can’t change a thing, tomorrow is not promise to any of us, however today is call P-R-E-S-E-N-T a gift from God, and what you do with it will be your gift back to God

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  2. I am not religious, but I understand the desire of people to believe in God and I support it. In my opinion, everyone believes in their gods who supports them.


  3. Great words to keep in mind. It’s so easy to get caught up in tasks and to-do lists. As a new mom, I find I struggle even more to live prayerfully. However, your post is a great reminder that we can find God in everything–baby smiles, sunshine, family. Thank you.


    1. Congratulations on become a new moments, I remember when I first became a mom I too began to look at these differently through the eyes of my child and what a wonderful way to see all the beautiful things that God has created


  4. Thank you for this uplifting message. I think anyone can take a lot from this even if you are not religious. This is just what I needed thank u!


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