Always Be Vigilant

By   •   April 30   •   Topics: ,

young woman praying

When I was in the hospital in Hawaii, I read again of the shocking events which led up to the destruction of the United States fleet at Pearl Harbor. On that fateful day of December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked. We know now that that attack was invited by our failure to be always vigilant. The result was the destruction of our fleet-the cause was tragic indifference. When comfort and ease and pleasure are put ahead of duty and conviction, progress is always set back.

What makes us Christians shrug our shoulders when we ought to be flexing our muscles? What makes us apathetic in a day when there are loads to lift, a world to be won, and captives to be set free? Why are so many bored, when the times demand action? Christ told us that in the last days there would be an insipid attitude toward life.

Prayer for the day

Take away the apathy, Father, that so often blinds my vision.

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  1. richard holshouser says:

    Please pray for me Satan has taken my soul

    1. BGEA says:

      Richard, we have passed on your comment to our team so we can respond to you as soon as possible.

  2. Joyce paul says:

    No matter how impersonal the world may seem, JESUS Loves each of us as if we were HIS only child.Lord,THANK YOU that YOU are near,I need YOU! God Bless us all! Amen.