Answering the Mysteries Devotionals

Answering the Mysteries devotional from Jesus.org

Quote of the Day

"Discipleship is all about following our Master Jesus Christ and learning to live by the wisdom of His Word."
~John Barnett (from "What is Discipleship?

Today's Answer

Don't Waste Your Life?
John Barnett

You see, even under grace it does matter what you do with your life. Don't waste your life is the message of God to us. We need to be gripped by the reality that choices we make have consequences both now and for eternity.

Only our sins are forgiven and forever forgotten by God - wasted lives are not forgotten, rather they are remembered and dealt with by God at Christ's Bema Seat.

Martin Luther lived by a motto he often repeated:

"I have but two days in my calendar - Today, and the Day I stand before Christ."

Christ's coming simply reveals what people have been all the time. For us as believers, Paul tells us that when we stand before Christ "each man's work will become manifest, for the Day will disclose it" (1 Corinthians 3:13).

Remember, the One who has planned the End from the Beginning has told us what will happen in the days ahead, and this is His Plan for History.

Taken from "The Judgment of Believers" by Discover the Book Ministries (used by permission).

Today's Video

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Answered by Tim Keller 

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About Answering the Mysteries

Answering the Mysteries of Jesus Christ is a devotional that talks about a wide range of topics.  Evangelism, Jesus resurrection, and the power of prayer are just some of the topics discussed in this devotional.  Grow in your relationship with the Lord through this devotional here at Christianity.com.

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