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Friday, April 19, 2013

II Corinthians 5:17   Thought/Prayer:  The End.  Topics:  2 at end.

“Therefore, if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature: old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” WBT (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com)

“Ends” seem to always come, wanted or otherwise.  Everything has an end it seems.  The end of a good story, comedy or tragedy; the end of a yummy popsicle or jawbreaker candy, the last lick, licked; the end of a ballgame, won or lost.  The end of the work week, whether an accomplished week or not.  The end of any road: perhaps, the sea.

There are other bigger endings. The end of a marriage is potentially fraught with difficulty and strife, no matter how amicable the parting.  The end of life is the greatest and most noticeable ending, of course.  This ending can never be recalled on this Earth:  it is the most final of Earthly endings. 

But there is one end-time to always be desired and rejoiced:  the end of the old life with the new life of Christ comes in.  This ending is to be enjoyed and celebrated.  Why?  Because, with this end-time, there is such a new beginning (a foreseen joyous walk with the Lord Jesus).  It is, in essence, the beginning of a more marvelous life on Earth and the first Earthly step into eternity.  We praise God that the old has ended; the new has come. 

This can affect our ministry style.  Since we know that there will be endings in life, we wisely spend our days in positive pursuits, including working with families in LIFE-or-death situations demanding decisions.  But even here, the end of a life for an older family member is made more precious when their life is allowed to play out as God planned it when he numbered their days before they were born.

Yes, ending always come, including the “big one” at our very end:  death.  But when we have the precious Lord, we know that endings can turn into new beginnings (such as eternity with Him).  Praise Him for that!

Lord, thank you for the endings and beginnings we experience in life.  Especially, thank you for the new beginning with life in Christ.  Help us to impart the faith that we have in Him and His beginnings, to others.  Then they, too, will have an ending to Earthly life . . . that walks them into Heaven.

Topics:  Pray for the ability to share about the new beginnings in Jesus Christ as we minister to others.
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