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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Daily Gospel Devotional 2013: Eureka

Matthew 7:13-14…

Every person who has ever lived has been looking for something. Jesus says many will find what they are looking for, but few will find what they truly need. To get what we truly need, Jesus says we must first find the gate, but then we must also walk in the way. If your destination is heaven your destiny is holiness. You can find the door but not enter the room. Many may marvel at the door, but dare not enter in.

People want to find God as a means to an end not as the end in Himself. They are looking for what “works,” what they like, and not looking for what glorifies God. To the natural mind, the way of destruction looks good and tastes delicious, and the way to life looks gross and tastes lousy. People aren’t looking for Repentance Road; they are looking for Satisfaction Street.

Walking along the road of true repentance means that the way will be narrow and hard. If we are to keep walking in the way, we must keep renewing our minds to find it in faith. Eventually you won’t have to worry about people holding you back. If you follow a certain path there comes a certain point where certain people won’t follow along. You don’t have to lose the lost; they will lose you (1 Peter 4:4).

Most people are not looking for a way out of the world but a way into what they want. Believe me, or better yet, believe Jesus, if you have found the true way you will follow it. It depends on what you are looking for.

“Living For Today With An Eye For Tomorrow”©

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