Only One Master

Treading the line can be very dangerous. It shows we can’t make a solid decision. One minute we are for truth and then in the next moment we are for sin. After awhile we become bitter towards the conviction and bound by the sin. When we go back and forth from truth to sin, we are serving two very different masters. One, the Heavenly One, wants to bless us with love, joy, and peace. The other wants to bind us and ultimately destroy us. The clarity for what you should choose at this moment hopefully is, well…clear.

God Has Gifted You

In this passage, the author encourages you to serve others with the gifts God has given you. God has blessed you with specific gifts He intends you to use often.