FOLLOWING JESUS

DAILY DEVOTIONALS BY PASTOR BILL MUIR

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Following Jesus

By: Bill Muir
 

“Commit your way to the Lord;
trust in Him, and He will do this:
He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn,
the justice of your cause like the noonday sun.”

Psalm 37:5,6


As Christians, we are firstly followers of Christ. Our Lord is meant to be the biggest element of our life. We are to keep returning to Him, keep thinking of Him, keep praying to Him. We are called to bear His Light and Word to the world. In short, we are called to dedicate our entire being to our Savior Jesus Christ.


We obviously lift up our prayers to our Lord. But we can do so much more. We’re called to more. God isn’t just for Sunday. He’s there every other day of the week too, you know. And He’s with us always. So, we ought to constantly be bending our will to His own as He knows what is truly best.


As Christians, we are to consecrate every area of our lives to Jesus. This includes our daily work. For many, this is primarily paid employment. But that’s not the only work we ought to consecrate to our Lord. The Bible, the Word of God itself, instructs us to dedicate our lives and our work to our God. God asks us to keep Him at the center of our lives and of our hearts. We do not need to go boldly proclaiming our religion to those in the workplace, but at the same time, we should never deliberately hide our faith.


God asks us to give Him our labors, our time, and our talent. Through these, God can use each of us as an instrument of His peace to convert the world.

Table Rock Fellowship

3610 N Pacific Hwy

Medford, Oregon 97501

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