Matthew 24:45 (KJV) Who then is a faithful and wise servant, whom his lord hath made ruler over his household, to give them meat in due season? 46 Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing.
The passage of today's school work was from Matthew 23:2 - Matthew 24:48. This entire section of scripture was very heavy! You know, I forget sometimes exactly where I am in reading the bible. So today's reading took me by surprise. I had forgotten that this part of the scripture is the last days of Jesus' ministry on earth. And thus he was speaking some very heavy doomsday preaching and teaching!
I said the word doomsday because Jesus is speaking about the last days. These are the last days that we are living in, but Jesus is also referring to a later book that will be written years down the road by the Apostle John called The Revelation of Jesus Christ.
The entire 1,700 plus word discourse is written at JCActs2:21Blog.com. Here's a direct link to, "Who Then is a Faithful and Wise Servant." Thank you for your faith.
God bless you my friend,
Let me ask you a question... if you died tonight, do you have the assurance in your heart, that you would go to heaven? (The answer is either yes or no, that's it.)
"And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved."
—Acts 2:21 (KJV).
This is the most important decision of your life. You receive eternal life by receiving Jesus Christ as your Saviour and Lord.
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Greetings! Thank you for your faith. I preach, minister, and build from a perspective of living on the road as a trucker for most of my life, forty years and over three million miles. The road is a hard lifestyle, and thus builds a hard preaching style. Being direct and having a mindset that says, I may never see you again, puts grit into my ministry. Turn onto JESUS... because, this may be your last chance! We don't know what's around the next bend in the road. Give JESUS a call; like the Holy Bible says, in Acts 2:21, KJV. —JC.