by PamFord Davis
3/13/2012 / Devotionals
"Why don't you just mind your own business?" Cutting remarks might knock us down a notch or two but that places us in the proper position of looking up to the Lord. Just what exactly is the business of the believer? To what should we be setting out mind to as essential? Jesus made his assignment very clear. See: Matthew 28:18-20, Mark 16:15, John 20:21-22, Acts 1:8. Our business is the recruiting of others to join his business.
"You must go and tell people that they must change and turn to God, which will bring them his forgiveness. You must start from Jerusalem and tell this message in my name to the people of all nations. Remember that I will send you the one my Father promised. Stay in the city until you are given that power from heaven (Luke 24:47b-49 ERV)." He sent his Holy Spirit as promised. I must rely on his power and strength as I turn my mind to this crucial business.
Freelance writer of both fiction and non-fiction. Devotionals are her first love in writing. Published articles in Mature Living Magazine, Devotions for the Deaf, The Secret Place, Light from the Word, Coosa Journal, also in Mary HollingsworthÃ¢s The One Year Devotional of Joy and Laughter by Tyndale Publishers.
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