Tozer On Leadership…

Hello Dear Friends,

Catching up. Here is yesterday’s Tozer devotional.

He is always thought provoking.

May the Lord bless your day Dear Friends…keep serving Him well,

k

Personal Life: It May Not Be Convenient

But I discipline my body and bring it into subjection, lest, when I have preached to others, I myself should become disqualified.—1 Corinthians 9:27

What must our Lord think of us if His work and His witness depend upon the convenience of His people? The truth is that every advance that we make for God and for His cause must be made at our inconvenience. If it does not inconvenience us at all, there is no cross in it! If we have been able to reduce spirituality to a smooth pattern and it costs us nothing—no disturbance, no bother and no element of sacrifice in it—we are not getting anywhere with God. We have stopped and pitched our unworthy tent halfway between the swamp and the peak.

We are mediocre Christians!

Was there ever a cross that was convenient? Was there ever a convenient way to die? I have never heard of any, and judgment is not going to be a matter of convenience, either! Yet we look around for convenience, thinking we can reach the mountain peak conveniently and without trouble or danger to ourselves.

Actually, mountain climbers are always in peril and they are always advancing at their inconvenience. I Talk Back to the Devil, 48.

“Lord, I don’t know what You have in store for me today, in Your sovereign plan for my life. Help me to serve You faithfully, with full discipline, whether it’s convenient or not. Amen.”

Devotional Credit: Biblegateway.com

Picture Credit: Pictures.com

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