November 1″I do not ask Thee to take them out of the world…” (John 17:15). Jesus’ disciples are the salt of the earth. We are the preservers of His goodness. We are to stay in the world and be quiet and effective and unassuming. Moderation is the key word. The only time we notice there is salt is when there is either too much or too little. God does not ask us to be sensationalists about our religion, but to be in the world day by day, in the common round of life. If we lose our salt of love and hope in a world that so needs these, then we lose God’s gift of preservation for others.November 2A wise Anonymous said, “Discover the work that expresses you in service to mankind, and give your life to it. Never mind your living.” “But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be given you as well” (Matthew 6:33). If we spend God’s time pursuing first the mammon of unrighteousness, we will lose His blessings and promises. It is within work and service that we find the true treasure that has God’s sanction. We are all endowed… Read full this story
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