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Lessons From A Sunflower

Based on what is seen happening in America and on other continents, I surmise some things and see evidence of others that Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, has been set aside by some to follow ungodly people straight to eternal damnation.

Are we “Christians” adding ungodly fuel to ungodly fires started by ungodly people doing ungodly things?

The reason I like blogging on WordPress is fellow bloggers are not afraid to speak the Word of God, stand tall and are grounded like Sunflowers.

If Sunflowers were to be judged, they will not since only we have souls, they would make it to Heaven because they are true to their purpose on earth.

Satan’s temporary pleasures cannot compare to the permanent pleasures of eternal life with God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. (Revelation 21:1-28.)

Nothing impure will enter Heaven, nor will anyone who does what is shameful or deceitful, but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s book of life.

We must self-examine ourselves daily to see if we are still established and firm in the faith. (Colossians 1:23-29)

Questions to Ponder

Are we boldly standing and shining like Sunflowers and not condoning and partaking in evil schemes? Do we imitate Sunflowers with faithfulness in our spiritual purpose despite persecution? Hence, Sunflowers withstand all kinds of weather conditions without compromising their dignity (their beauty). What about us? (Hosea 4:6)

Final Thought

Read Acts 2:1-47, we have been warned “With many other words He warned them [us]; and He pleaded with them [us], “Save yourselves from this corrupt generation.”

Do not lose your soul trying to save someone whose actions clearly display their rejection of God. (Acts 2:40)

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Christian Blogger, Minister's Wife, Mother and Grandmother

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