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We ought to be living?



We ought to be living? As believers, we're called to live in the tension of Christ's victory and the anticipation of His return. The saying, "We ought to be living as if Jesus died yesterday, rose this morning, and is coming back this afternoon," embodies this urgency.


Think about it. Imagine Christ's death yesterday—fresh gratitude for His sacrifice. Picture His resurrection today—filled with hope and joy, walking in His power. Anticipate His return this afternoon—living with purpose and readiness.


God’s Word tells us: "So then, let us not be like others, who are asleep, but let us be awake and sober (1 Thessalonians 5:6).”


We need to live intentionally. Prioritizing eternal matters, investing in Kingdom pursuits. Each day we are given is a gift to steward faithfully as we eagerly await Christ's glorious return. Let's live as if every moment matters, embracing the urgency and expectancy of His imminent coming. We really ought to be living as if Jesus died yesterday, rose this morning, and is coming back this afternoon (Adrian Rogers).


We pray. “Heavenly Father, awaken us from spiritual slumber. May we be vigilant and sober-minded, eagerly awaiting Christ's return. Help us live with purpose and readiness in anticipation of His coming.  In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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We ought to be living?



We ought to be living? As believers, we're called to live in the tension of Christ's victory and the anticipation of His return. The saying, "We ought to be living as if Jesus died yesterday, rose this morning, and is coming back this afternoon," embodies this urgency.


Think about it. Imagine Christ's death yesterday—fresh gratitude for His sacrifice. Picture His resurrection today—filled with hope and joy, walking in His power. Anticipate His return this afternoon—living with purpose and readiness.


God’s Word tells us: "So then, let us not be like others, who are asleep, but let us be awake and sober (1 Thessalonians 5:6).”


We need to live intentionally. Prioritizing eternal matters, investing in Kingdom pursuits. Each day we are given is a gift to steward faithfully as we eagerly await Christ's glorious return. Let's live as if every moment matters, embracing the urgency and expectancy of His imminent coming. We really ought to be living as if Jesus died yesterday, rose this morning, and is coming back this afternoon (Adrian Rogers).


We pray. “Heavenly Father, awaken us from spiritual slumber. May we be vigilant and sober-minded, eagerly awaiting Christ's return. Help us live with purpose and readiness in anticipation of His coming.  In Jesus name. Amen!”


“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself.

Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34)

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