Tuesday, September 26, 2023

WHO DO YOU SERVE? 2

Broadcast 3801
Luke 16:13 (KJV) No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

In life, we face a crucial decision: will we serve mammon or serve God? It's impossible to serve both simultaneously. A choice must be made.

In the earthly realm, the need for money is a dominant reality. We pursue education and skills to secure our livelihoods, which is perfectly fine. However, it's essential to remember that everything we are and possess is meant for the service of God. Our true fulfillment should come from pleasing the Lord rather than amassing great wealth.

A key indicator of whether we're serving mammon or God is to assess what guides our life choices. Do we prioritize making money, even at the expense of our relationship with God?

So, what fuels your journey? Is it a love for money or a love for God? Many who profess to serve God are actually driven by a love for wealth, not a love for Him. The driving force is the pursuit of financial gain. But this should not be our stance.

As you step into today, seek the Lord's help in purifying your heart from any perspective that elevates mammon beyond its rightful place.

Prayer: Beseech the Lord to empower you to serve and please Him in every aspect of your life. Amen.—Abraham Damilola Arigi

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