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Temporary Loss for an Eternal Gain

“Come, follow me.” – Jesus. If you are reading this blog, you are either a Christian or God is calling you to His kingdom now. We have all either answered God’s call or are still contemplating. Should I? Should I not? I don’t want to get saved and have to leave the church. Should I turn to God and then be a hypocrite because I can’t live a perfect life? These questions are all normal, but just remember this: You cannot clean up your act before you come to Christ, He is the one that will change you. You will never be “ready”, its just something you have to do and allow God to take control. God loves you enough to take you the way you are, but He loves you too much to leave you that way. We only mess up when we don’t allow God to take complete control and we try to run the show.

All of us have been in relationships (whether it being family, dating/marriage, or coworkers/classmates), and we have all known that a relationship is a two way street. If you want the relationship to work and grow, you’ll have to sacrifice. More time to listen to one another, help one another, give to one another and even correct one another in love. The point is, love is a sacrifice. God loved us all on the earth but no one would have believed He cared if He didn’t let Jesus die for our sins. No one will believe their partner cares if they never listen, never show affection or even help. God knew love required a sacrifice. That’s why if we love God, we must sacrifice some things.

If ye love me, keep my commandments. (John 14:15) – If we never obey God, we don’t really love Him. We may be infatuated, but the truth is, we sometimes like what we can get, not who He is. – Loving God means loving what He loves and hating what He hates. – The same way God sent the ultimate sacrifice, is the same way we must sacrifice our old lifestyles for a genuine relationship with God. – We can’t be the bride of Christ while dating satan. Break up with sin so you can find true life in Christ.

If you’re a Christian and it didn’t cost you anything, then something is very wrong. Here are a few things that must take place in the life of a believer: 1. You should not be equally yoked with unbelievers (2 Corinthians 6:14) 2. You should come out of the crowd and live consecrated/transformed lives (Romans 12:2 & 2 Corinthians 6:17-18) 3. The world will hate you for looking, talking, and living differently (John 15:18) 4. We will have stay away from sinful things that try to break us down spiritually (1 Peter 2:11) 5. We will have to love those who hate and mistreat us (Matthew 5:44) 6. Even though we are living righteous, we will experience troubles (Psalm 34:19) 7. We will have to run away from fornication (1 Corinthians 6:18) 8. We MUST kill our sinful desires (Galatians 5:24) 9. We cannot love this world or the things of the world (1 John 2:15) 10. We will experience traumatic losses, but we must trust God’s plan and not get angry at Him (Job 1:22)

Whoever said the Christian life was always easy lied, but it is always worth it. For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. (Romans 8:18) – Whatever we go through is NOTHING, compared to what Christ has in store for us. We just have to be willing to say “not my will, but thine be done”.

– Tovares Grey



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