Needs/Wants, how the Gospel and the Cross effect daily life

I want an Ice Cream Sundae, but I need food.   I wonder if we, especially us Christians really need  half the things we have?  It’s only when life takes an unexpected turn that we begin to realize what we have, and then do we start being thankful but it doesn’t have to be that way.  You can start right now by thanking God for your life, which I was reminded in the Summer after losing a young friend that we take a lot for granted, maybe to much.  God knows our timetable, our days are numbered.  This could be my last day.  This could be the last blog post you ever read. Every minute counts, every second counts, time is precious, time is valuable.   How are you making that time count?   Do you find yourself making that time fulfilling every want of yours?  Or are you doing whatever you can to make your  limited amount of time count by being a disciple of  Christ by sharing the one true need for everybody the love of Christ through the gospel of  Jesus Christ?  The gospel is relatable  to everyday life.  The Cross is relatable to everyday life, it effects us, it should effect us as Christians in our everyday lives if we are truly disciples, we will fulfill the needs of our Heavenly father that will bring us more joy than anything we could ever do for ourselves.



Author: Thomas Brunt

TCC Student. Aspiring Leader. Christ Follower.

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