Let us live as though Jesus is coming quickly


Daniel Tanksley, writer

The last words Jesus says in the Bible are “Surely I am coming quickly” (Revelation 22:20, KJV).

On Friday, January 20, America witnessed a smooth trade off of the powers that be.

Some people are full of joy and good cheer, but some are devastated and are reacting immaturely.

Despite our political inclinations, we are living in the last days, and we need to act with respect toward our new president.

Undoubtedly, the new president will uphold and change many laws and verdicts that people will disapprove of, but let us not waste precious moments complaining.

Let us take a break from the brainwashing media and praise God for his goodness, promises, and direction. Let us dive into the Bible with prayer and fasting — the lies of today are truth to those that do not know the truth.

Let us build up our treasures in heaven where thieves can’t break in and steal. Our character is the only part we keep with us for the second coming.

Time is short: Let us live today as though it were our last. We do not own tomorrow.