MORNINGTIME 2442

by Benjamin Munsell on June 14, 2017
MORNINGTIME 2442
 
He that is FAITHFUL IN that which is LEAST IS FAITHFUL also IN MUCH: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much. Luke 16:10. This is a simple little concept that can be applied to all sorts of things throughout life, let's look at just one aspect of many, here. If you are one who is absolutely convinced that the Christians will be snatched up to heaven before the start of the 7 year Tribulation, today's MORNINGTIME may not help you. But for the rest of you who consider the same Tribulation as a part of Life, let's see where this goes. A Policeman stops you for speeding, do you get angry, or actually thank him for doing his job? The tax man says you owe more taxes, do you fight him tooth and nail to not pay it, or say "Thank you Lord, it's all yours anyway"? A neighbor is visiting you and because you neglected to fix The Thing, he fall and was injured. He asks you to help him out with his doctor bills, do you say OK and help him, or wait for him to take you to court and the judge makes you pay? Here's the question for each of the scenarios, what is your attitude with each one? And here's where this is going. Today the tax man says you owe more tax money, during the 7 year Tribulation, he comes to take your house because Christians can no longer own land and houses. Today the policeman stops you for speeding, during the 7 year Tribulation he takes your car from you, "for government purposes". Today your neighbor asks for help with medical expenses, during the 7 year Tribulation you are denied ALL medical care, because you are a Christian. Today, if you get angry at these little things, "tomorrow" you'll really get angry at the Big Things. Today, if you solidly KNOW that everything that touched you must go through The Throne Room first, "tomorrow", IT STILL MUST GO THROUGH THE THRONE ROOM, and it's obvious the Lord is allowing "this" to happen, so you continue to Praise the Lord anyway. Are you Faithful in the little things so you'll Later, Be Blessed?
 
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