Look at that person. Yeah . . . the one across the office from you . . . or down the street . . . or at the gas station . . . or grocery store. Now, imagine standing next to that person when this life is over. Yeah. God invites you into His kingdom. The other guy? No. In agony and horror he (or she) looks at you wondering why you never told him about God’s plan for salvation. About Jesus.
Now imagine that same person. Yeah. The one you are thinking about right now. The one God has been prompting you to talk to, listen to, have tea with, show compassion towards. You are standing next to that person at the end of this life. She (or he) looks at you with such joy and gratefulness. Yeah. You told her, didn’t you? You told her that Jesus died for her sins and loves her. You told her that God made a way for her . . . even her . . . to have an abundant and eternal life.
—Lady of prayer
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Today’s daily prompt on WordPress is this:
The next time you’re in a public place — a coffeehouse, a park, a store — observe the people around you. Pick a person, a couple, or a group, and imagine what their lives might be like. Check it out!
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