About my Father’s Business

About my Father’s Business
This entry is part 8 of 23 in the series WWJD?

“…I must be about My Father’s business?”~Luke 2:49 NKJV

365 WWJD: Daily Answers to What Would Jesus Do?There are some Christians who are said to be “so heavenly minded, they’re no earthly good.” It’s good to be still before God. It’s good to wait for God’s timing–after all, Jesus didn’t begin His public ministry until He was nearly thirty. But Jesus was a doer, not just a pray-er. There is a specific work for every Christian to do. Have you asked God what you can do in the kingdom? We, like Jesus must be about our Father’s business.*

God Bless,
Giselle
Soli Deo Gloria
www.giselleaguiar.com/wwjd

*from 365 Daily Answers to What Would Jesus Do?

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About Giselle Aguiar

WWJD? The question we should ask ourselves every time we're facing a decision, when we're confronted, angry, shocked, frustrated, annoyed, impatient or panicked. What would Jesus say? What would Jesus write? We can wear the WWJD? bracelets and display the stickers, but do we walk the walk? Christians should strive to be like Christ. When the first WWJD? movement started, there was no social networking and viral meant the flu. Today, we have the means and opportunity to revive the WWJD? movement and make a difference in this world.

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