Michael Bluemling, Jr. | Heart to Heart with God: Day 116_Revelation
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Heart to Heart with God: Day 116_Revelation

Heart to Heart with God: Day 116_Revelation

by Michael Bluemling Jr.

365 Days of Reflection Towards God’s Love and Acceptance
~June 4, 2014-June 3, 2015~

Day 116- Richmond, Virginia: Revelation

Since we are not aware of the date or time that the apocalypse will occur, as described in Revelation from the Bible, what can we do to prepare ourselves and loved ones for what could happen in our lifetime? Having a clear conscious and a loving spirit is one way to get ready for the day when God returns. Another way is to serve God without worshiping false gods or listening to people who are trying to separate us from our Father.

We do not want to be one of those who have the mark of the beast on our forehead or hand. If we are ready for God today and He comes back tomorrow, we will be saved. Taking the time to attend church service as we acknowledge the existence of God righteously makes a difference as our relationship with God develops. In addition, praying with God in private equally makes a difference and allows us to further engage in activities that ensure we are likely to be saved from the destruction that will follow.

How could we possible choose from those around us to help save and those to let perish? We cannot. God is the decision maker and we should set out to help save every person that we encounter along our journey. If there are ten people in a room who are all close friends and family on the day God comes back, what are the chances everyone will be saved? We must work hard to ensure that not only these ten will be saved, but also others outside our circles as well.

We can do this in a way that is not overbearing or interferes with what someone else believes in. Through the education of Christ and the exposure to those who are marked for Heaven allows for critical information to be disseminated out into the world for others to follow, so that all of our souls will be saved. We have a duty and obligation to stay vigilant, without becoming complacent or arrogant in our thoughts that Heaven is guaranteed for us. Therefore, we must stay hungry for the love of God in every way conceivable.

Reflection Day #116
Three takeaways towards your journey with God:
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