Author: Pastor Claude Thomas
Jesus taught us how to shape our unique values in the journey of life. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: love your neighbor as yourself. (Mark 12:30-31)
This journey leads us to consider three ways to revolutionize our lives:
First, that we are to be God-oriented. He is to be the ruling fact of our lives. God is first.
Second, we understand that we are to be people-oriented. Jesus gave his life to serve others. We are second.
Third, we have learned that we are to take the journey toward being Christ-like. It is honorable to model your life after the Son of Man. We are third.
When we take this journey, we express it through worship, caring, sharing, and growing.
Do you feel it? Can you sense it? Take a moment today to embark on the journey toward being God-centered, people-oriented, and Christ-like.
Evaluate your life: do you worship, care, share and grow?
We agree that we have an important place in the cosmic scheme of things… we are third.
God is #1, others are #2, and we are third.
Mark 12:29-30, Jesus teaches You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: love your neighbor as yourself.
Leave the false humility behind… God doesn’t see you as a peon in the dumpster of selflessness. He died for you.
You are very valuable to him.
When you realize this truth, you begin to express it in true growth.
You are suddenly hungry for truth, for correction.
You crave more and more for you are on a journey of being Christlike…
And that is a lifelong commitment.
Today… take a moment to invest in yourself.
About the Author
Pastor Claude Thomas is a true follower of Christ. He want to spread peace and joy through Christ’s teachings.
Claude Thomas have spoken in many conferences and written many papers about Christ and Christianity. Pastor Claude Thomas have a true love for humanity, his efforts include helping poor of this world through many redundant programs.