Let The Maestro Does His Job (Morning)
TODAY’S FOOD FOR THE SOUL
1 John 3:18-24
1 John 3:19-20 And by this we know that we are of the truth, and shall assure our hearts before Him. For if our heart condemns us, God is greater than our heart, and knows all things.
In a certain textile factory, there is a plaque that said: if your thread is tangled, go visit your supervisor. One day a new trainee worker found his thread was in a mess. He tried to disentangle it and ended up with a messier yarn. Swallowed his pride he visited his supervisor. When his supervisor looked at what he had done he asked: did you try to disentangle this yourself? Which the new trainee replied: ‘Yes, Sir’ ‘Why you didn’t come for me and let me handle it?’. ‘I tried my best, Sir’. ‘No, you are not. Do your best is when you come to me earlier and let me fix it’
When we try to liberate ourselves from our guilts, all we could do is make it worse. You are lucky if it’s just guilt, instead, some people must pay the ultimate price. Ask Judas Iscariot what was happened. When he tried to solve his guilt for betraying His teacher, he paid it with his own life. If he knew that God is benevolent and forgiving, his fate would be so different. But there he was, hanged himself.
Today, do you have complexities in your life? The tangled thread that needs to be disentangled quickly? Then visit our supervisor. He will disentangle our thread of life. Acknowledge that your heart and life need to be fixed. Humbly ask for His assistance. He will come. Put it in your mind: we have been redeemed. He saved us once, then He will save us again and again.
The Maestro of life will TAKE CONTROL of our lives and GET US OUT from troubles.
1. Is there any mistake that still haunts your life?
2. Why is it important for you to let God fixes your life?
3. How you will plan on to do to let God fixes it?
“Good Father, I am grateful because You understand me, understand my weaknesses. You never look me down no matter how sinful I am. Help me to rise and live me to Your vision. In the name of Jesus Christ, I pray. Amen.”
YEARLY BIBLE READING
1 Samuel 30-31