It's Your Choice
Sermon shared by Jofrey Bustamante
Summary: Success and Failure in life is a matter of choice!
Audience: General adults
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Life is full of choices. From the minute we wake up in the morning until the moment we pause for the day and tuck ourselves to bed, we come across series of choices that would eventually determine our day’s performance. If two choices are comparatively similar, it would not matter much if we choose either one or the other. But if the contrast of two choices is miles apart, it would pose a huge challenge to choose which one, especially when one choice seems far more lucrative than the other. But challengingly enough, more often than not, the more lucrative choice would cost a lot in life – sometimes that choice poses to oblige us to bargain our integrity and reputation.
Success and Failure in life is a matter of choice!
Moses is one of the names of people labeled as “faith-greats” mentioned in the book of Hebrews, 11th chapter. His greatness was not an easy deal. It was neither attained by sheer luck nor was it obtained by sustained legacy. It was his faith, which was made sleek by the choices that he made in life. Only after he made those “major, major” choices that he had “major, major” experiences with the Almighty – the burning bush in the wilderness, the gushing mineral water out of a rock in the desert, and the tablets of God’s Law that he was privileged to hug. The tablets of stones were chiseled out from a rock mountain by God’s lightning and the writing of God’s Law was inscribed by the fingers of God. Awesome experiences indeed!
The choices that Moses made in life, which catapulted his name to become one of the “faith-greats”, are common to all Christian believers of today.
Are you ready to face the choices, rather challenges, of your life that would determine your spiritual rank before your creator?
I would like to draw our attention to the most common challenges that we face in life on a daily basis.
1. Godly Stance Vs. Worldly Measure!
Heb 11:24 By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh's daughter.
People race to climb the ascent of status quo and clamber the ladder of success with the electric motivation to reach the summit of self-advancement and self-gratification where a plethora of lurid applause lavishly overflows. But the only thing that matters most, in the final analysis, is how much of life transformation God has impacted in our lives. And that would be determined on the basis of the choices that we need to make…
Moses was challenged with choices, too. He was educated in the school of Pharaohs, and was trained in the affairs of royalty. He had the chance to become the next Pharaoh. But the loud anguish of the Hebrews was compelling. He chose the latter. Like Moses, we face similar situations…..and are challenged with choices….
a. Faith and Godly Purposes.
This choice might tow you into a dark alley of obscurity.
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