We must not be distracted by catastrophe or seduced by riches and acclaim. Jesus reminded us, “Just as it was in the days of Noah, so also will it be in the days of the Son of Man.  People were eating, drinking, marrying and being given in marriage up to the day Noah entered the ark.  Then the flood came and destroyed them all” (Luke 17: 26-27). We are not to live in fear.  Still, we need to be reminded that for most, in the twinkling of an eye one day, everything will suddenly be over!  In another passage, the Bible says, “It is foolish to lay up riches on earth and not have a rich relationship with God.”  In other words, we can’t take anything (except our good deeds) into the next life. Today, in the most unlikely of times, keep your perspective. Hour-by-hour, trust in Jesus for solutions and try to avoid being caught up in the cares of this world. Stay close to God and keep your eye on the BIG PICTURE

About the author

Gail King

Gail’s background includes over 20 years of entrepreneurial business experience as a President and Owner of a family-owned sales firm in Chicago, Illinois. God called Gail King to ministry, giving her the personal mandate to “BUILD MY HOUSE.” Gail understands this mandate to include rebuilding the lives, families, ministries and businesses that collectively promote the The Kingdom of God.
Related posts

Asking For Prayer

What Is Spiritual Abuse?

Death Is A Doorway

How To Make Sound Decisions

God’s Wisdom Is Protection

Where is God?

Latest from the Blog

Newsletter Signup

Free Registration: Signup for our newsletter and receive valuable free Christian training materials to enrich your spiritual life and build your ministry!

Signup Now