Jesus told us disciples that he would go away but he would come back again to get his bride. Jesus ascended up to heaven. The men of Galilee stood gazing, and they were asked the question; Why do you stand gazing?” This same Jesus will return again.
Some people do not believe Jesus is coming back again. They believe the grave is the end. But the grave is not the end. The Bible tells us that there is a heaven to gain and a hell to shun. Are you preparing for his return?
He’s coming for his bride who makes herself ready for his return. You may ask the question; How can I know I’m going to make heaven my home? Jesus said if we confess our sins that he is faithful and just to forgive our sins. John 14:1-2 tells us not to let our hearts be troubled ye who believe in God believe also in me. He also tells us that in my father’s house there are many mansions and if I go away, I will come again and receive you into myself, and where I am you will be there also.
Our robes must be whitewashed in the blood of the lamb. There won’t be any sin allowed in heaven. We must walk in the path he has called us to walk in. The Bible was our road map. Straight is the gate and narrow is the road that leads to life, and few them be that find it.
Have you asked Jesus to come into your heart today? And ask him to forgive your sins? Do you heed his word, pray every day? Do you attend a Bible believing church? Do you really have a personal relationship with Christ? Has there been a change in the way you are living? Has there been a change in the way you talk? Can people see a change in you?
Church people are you living a holy life? Are you trying to win souls for Christ? Only the pure in heart shall see Christ. Prepare to meet thy God while there is yet time. Are you ready for his coming?
Think about the story of the 10 virgins. Five were wise and five were foolish. Only five made it. Read John:16-17. He didn’t come to condemn you; he came to save your souls. The trumpet soon shall sound. Are you ready? If not, please prepare to meet thy God.
Yours in Christ Jesus,
Rev. Teresa Reid