2 Cor. 5:14-15 “For Christ’s love compels (and controls) us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died. And he died for all, that those who live should no longer live for themselves but for him who died for them and was raised again.”
Christ’s love for us is a force that compels us and controls us. Compels and controls us to do what? To do the Father’s business.
Everyone has business to do, right? We have jobs and family needs. We get busy doing this and doing that. But when the Lord returns, do you not want Him to find you doing HIS business? I do. And I hope you do too. But this does not mean that we will be frantically busy running around trying to do things for the Lord. No. Doing the Father’s business means that we are walking with Him every day saying “Lord, what would you have me to do today? What is Your will for me to play in Thy Father’s business?” And He may lead you into something big. Or He may just say “How about helping and encouraging Sammy this day? He is struggling down the road.” It doesn’t matter how big or how small it is. As long as we are doing our Father’s business and not just our own business.
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