As human beings our lives consist of three things:
Things we think, things we say, and things we do.
I don’t know of any others – do you? Things we see, hear and smell – yes.
But these – activate the mind or open the mouth or cause the response of action.
As we look back at our lives – have we thought some good thoughts, said some good things, or carried out some good deeds?
In my self-analysis mode – I’m afraid if it were left to me to judge my ‘performance’ in this, it would be of miniscule achievement. Judging by my perceived standard of ‘good’ that is.
‘Don’t be too hard on yourself.’ I hear that empathetic person say.
No? I’m not being too hard on myself. It’s just that the standard I have in mind I have only seen in one person. And I always fall short of His example. Fall short because I am still trying to give way to Him. I’m still learning how to let His life reign in me.
How much harder must it be for those who have not invited Him to be their friend and mentor.
Most who have glanced at this blog, know of whom I speak.
Here’s what He tells me:
9 For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily; 10 and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power.
This completeness is achieved by accepting the gift of Himself. Free fellowship in spirit and truth.
I am complete, not because my thoughts, words and deeds satisfy, but because I have believed in the One who satisfies my desire to know His goodness and mercy. They shall follow me all the days of my life and I shall dwell in God’s house forever.