WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU DOING FOR HEAVEN’S SAKE? (2) - MATTHEW 26:7-13

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Today I want to continue from where we stopped yesterday showing you the definition of things we can do on earth that will be for heaven’s sake. Never lose focus of the fact that our goal is to come to that point that our living on the earth has great contribution to heaven’s agenda.

1. Something you do to make entrance into heaven possible and easier for another person.

2. Something you do to make the obedience and calling of another person easier on this planet.

3. Something you do to make the preaching of the gospel easier on the earth. It could be using your skill or position to facilitate the gospel.

4. Something you do to make God real to a fellow human being. Whether the person responds after or not is not the issue. It could be coming to the aid of a widow or helping the helpless. Something that you as a Christian stepped out to do that made God real to someone that will say “Ah! God is still on the throne.” 

5. Something you do to make someone’s prayers come to pass. Somebody prayed, and God found you useful to bring the answer to that person.

6. Every opportunity that comes your way to do good to those of the household of faith is something going to heaven. It is something done on earth for heaven’s sake. The goal of the Holy Spirit is to help us not to do something negative in the midst of God’s move.

 

What are you doing today as a believer that is for heaven’s sake? Understand that we have no permanent city here. Anytime you get involved in such activities, heaven smiles on you and gives you more grace to accomplish more. Will you step out today and start doing things that will make the Father glad? May the Lord depend on you in your day in Jesus’ name.

Prayer: Lord, I thank you for the truth you have sent to me today, I step out as a doer of these words and not a hearer alone, to bring  joy to you and advance your purpose on the earth in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Numbers 28:16-29:40, Luke 3:23-38, Psalm 62:1-12, Proverbs 11:18-19