Matthew 4:19 (NKJV) And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.
Jesus walks with you. Are you walking with Him? Hopefully, you will choose to walk with the Lord today and every day of your life. Why does Jesus tell us to follow Him?
Jesus loved you so much that He endured unspeakable humiliation and suffering for you. How will you respond to Christ’s sacrifice? Will you take up His cross and follow Him (Luke 9:23), or will you choose another path? When you place your hopes directly at the foot of the cross, when you place Jesus directly at the center of your life, you will be blessed.
Let us love our Savior, let us praise our God, and let us share His message of salvation with the world. When we do, we demonstrate that our connection with the Master is not a momentary relationship but is, instead, the cornerstone and the touchstone of our lives.
Point to ponder- You don’t have to be perfect to follow the Lord, the Lord will perfect you as you journey in your relationship with Him! Have a great Tuesday!
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