For many are called, but few are chosen. Matthew 22:14
In five days, the first ninety days of 2022 will expire. The 1st quarter-Q1 job employment reports will be due and reported on a variety of professional levels in April. But I hear GOD calling for spiritual 1st quarter reports too. Too often, as dear children of GOD, we fail to present a Christian’s on-duty report to GOD. I am not sure why we turn in timely reports to our jobs and churches and forget to remember to report to GOD about our Christian quarterly challenges. The Bible says Jesus said, “For many are called, but few are chosen.” What are we called and chosen for?
What is GOD calling for? GOD is calling for OBEDIENCE from us across the board. He desires us to obey Him, use our gifts and talents, and serve His people without reservation. We are called to collectively evangelize to the world under the five-fold ministry and more.
The called and chosen by GOD has a code of honor unto the LORD. We should strive to maintain an impeccable reputation of obedience. Maintaining an outstanding obedient reputation is not an easy feat, but GOD still calls for His dear chosen children to obey, produce, and report. This devotional is to sound the alarm that GOD deserves professional, timely quarterly reports. GOD’s ambassadors should joyfully report directly to GOD during their first twelve weeks of the new year evangelistic outreach work. Like a job of employment, expect quarterly assignments reports, so does our great almighty GOD expects our quarterly spiritual reports even more.
Many are called, but only a few are chosen. But, know this only those who respond with repentance become GOD’S chosen people.
Dear Heavenly FATHER,
May the Holy Spirit help us remember to take time and review our corporate commission. May our first quarter outreach assignment report be judged by GOD only. And, may GOD’S evaluation grades help us to obey Him more. -Amen, in JESUS’ Matchless name.
O. M. Nugget:
“DARE TO KEEP GOD WAITING…SUBMIT YOUR 1ST QUARTERLY REPORT CARD NOW.”
Food For Thought:
Reporting makes you a better anchor and vice versa.