Beware of Idleness

Since laziness and idleness go hand in hand you have to beware so that you will not be idle. Get yourself busy at all times with fruitful/productive things that can improve your life and your relationship with your Creator.

Paul sounded the warning in his epistle to the Thessalonians that they should stay away from any brother/sister who is leading a life of idleness or walking in idleness and not in accordance with the tradition received from him 2 Thessalonians 3: 6. Brothers and sisters, keep away from all the so-called believers who live idle lives and don’t follow the doctrines of the Bible. Most especially, those who are slack in the performance of their duties, plus those who avoid, neglect or evade their responsibilities. _What does this says to me and you?_

At this period of time, seek God, determine to know more of Him, stay connected to the Master, don’t do what the unbelievers do.

This is the time to build a good relationship with God.

Since the beginning of this compulsory holiday, many have deviated from the path of righteousness, they now join the world to do evil and commit sin. If care is not taken, social media will lead many astray.

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, the end near, be WATCHFUL .

Published by Dailybread

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