"Behold, the days are coming," says the Lord God,
"that I will send a famine on the land,
not a famine of bread,
nor a thirst for water,
but of hearing the words of the Lord." Amos
We as Christians, so often hunger for the things of this world without regard to the cry of our Savior to reach out and touch those in need all around us. The choices we make each day of our lives send a clear message to the multitude as to whom we have chosen to serve. God's Word says we can only serve one master. Our actions, our behaviors, our words, and every decision we make shows the world and our loved ones who we have chosen as the Lord of our lives.
I challenge you to ask yourself, "Who do I serve?" Have you been obedient to the call God has on your life, or do you choose to ignore that quiet whisper guiding you to His plan of a hope and a future? Sister, I urge you to fully surrender your life to Him and choose this day to serve your Savior, Jesus Christ, rather than the world and the enemy of your soul. Who you serve is black or white. There is no gray area.