Monday, April 15, 2024

The Best Use of the Human Will

Broadcast 4003
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Luke 18:28 (KJV) reads, “Then Peter said, Lo, we have left all, and followed thee.”

God created the heavens and the earth, and on the sixth day, He made man. He also planted a garden for them where they were to have all their needs met. Although He gave them control over the garden, He warned them to stay away from one thing: the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Why would God do this? He did it because He wanted them to exercise their power of choice; He wanted them to obey Him willingly. Adam and Eve, by their will, chose to disobey God, and death entered our world as a result.

Just like Adam and Eve, every person—male or female—will have to choose whom they will obey. Every new day that you see is another opportunity to decide whether you will choose and obey God or not.

Many, like Adam and Eve, have chosen to disobey God. They did this when they decided to disobey God’s instructions. When God came beckoning to them through His Son Jesus Christ, they turned Him down, and by doing so, they chose the path of death.

Go into today knowing that the best way to use your will is to use it to choose the will of God, just like Jesus’ disciples did when they left all and followed Jesus in today’s passage.

Prayer: Lord Jesus, I choose to follow You. Please grant me the grace to keep choosing You. Amen!
—Dr. Emmanuel James

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