• Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024

6th June
Text: Ecclesiastes 3:1KJV

1 To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven:

In part 4, we said that life’s journey is like a journey from the market to the home and that when the night comes, the market closes and everyone must go home.
Today we want dicuss another important point that the market largely determine how the home will be, in other words, you are in the market to prepare for your home, it therefore means if you prepare adequately for your home, you can be sure that there will be rest, peace and joy in your home (heaven) but if you fail to prepare for your home, the reverse is the case meaning sorrow, weeping and pain will be there (hell).
Let’s consider a scenario of a man who went to the market, opened his office or shop in the market but left his office or shop and went to play with his friends in the market, having fun and making merry. He left his primary purpose of being in the market, wasted away his morning time and noon time which were the peak periods for sales of market and business and when the night came, it dawn on him that he had not made any sales, and that the market would close and that no room to make sales anymore. Certainly he went home sad, he slept in hunger and discomfort with no rest. Beloved, that is exactly the path many thread on this earth, they are busy catching fun and enjoying the pleasures of life at the detriment of their soul, they forget their primary assignment here on earth, they forget their maker and their God, they despise him and get busy living their lives the way they want. They forgot that when the night comes they must go home and since they never prepared for the home, they would receive exactly the kind of home that is meant for them.
Beloved, how do you live your life on earth (market)?, are you living in preparation for heaven? or you are busy with the pleasures of life at the expense of your soul? Remember, when the night comes you must go home where your life journey ends. Think on these things… As I conclude, consider this scripture “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?” Mark 8:36. God bless you.
* Father, my journey in life will not be a waste and I will not receive condemnation before you in Jesus Name.
Isaiah 33, 2 Corinthians 9.
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