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Summary: Understanding the intensity of our commitments.

There are always considerable reasons why

people are making life-time commitments. The

intensity of one’s commitment depends on the

depth of one’s interest to a particular object of

love.

Life-time commitment reveals life-time love to

a well-appreciated and well-treasured person.

Man’s conditional commitment reveals his

calculated and temporary obligation. A man with

no special commitment is a man without

significant love. People without commitment in

life are usually indifferent people who don’t

really understand the value of being committed.

Every true believer must know and realize the

real value of life-time commitment to God.

Avoiding commitment is an act of foolishness and

selfishness. It’s also a cowardice escape from

opportunity and responsibility. Commitment

energizes our lives to do more quality works and

greater achievements in life. It also deepens our

awareness regarding our responsibility and

accountability. It’s an ultimate way to show our

living faith, love and deep appreciation to what

our Savior has done for us sinners saved by

grace.

(I) Made By People Who Have Deep Appreciation Of

God’s Care

Psalm 146:1 (quickview) , 2

-People who don’t forget God’s mercy

Psalm 103:1-14 (quickview) 

(II) Made By People Who Trust God In Every

Respect

Psalm 146:3-5 (quickview) 

-People who don’t put their trust

in men

(III) Made By People Who Know God In Truth

Psalm 146:6-10 (quickview)  Psalm 63:1-4 (quickview) 

-People who know God in utmost reverence

-People who really love God

Making and fulfilling life-time commitments to

God surely glorify His Holy name. They also

uncover the hidden desires of our hidden man. May

every one of us honestly say, While I live will I

praise the LORD: I will sing praises unto my God

while I have any being.


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