What if today was the last day as you know it? Would you wake and pray, read texts from the Bible, or go for a walk and talk to God? What would you do? Would you do anything different to ensure the quality of your everlasting life in heaven? Is there a place safe from Satan’s atrocities and free from worry? Isn’t it humbling to realize we are at the hands of a merciful creator who created us to bring Him glory on earth?
Rest assured, our God is greater than all things known to man. But His love for us is constant for He already knows our destiny. I hear your sad thoughts, but know God has you in His palms. Place your faith on a plane, flying high, like a stewardess in the sky. Your faith will be redeemed when the end of the flight returns in the night. God promises a safe journey to all believers as we fight the hell here on earth. Putting God first is the difference between harmony and disasters, hatred and peace in the world.
I wonder what goes through the mind of some people? Are papers in order and wills drawn up to protect the living? Do you live in denial today could be your last? Only our Father in heaven has the final decision for our life span. Don’t let Satan stoke the fires of doubt, worry, and fear. Trust God and surrender your life to Him. Our great Creator will govern your days with infinite wisdom and power. Would you want it any other way? He sees the light at the end of your tunnel.
“If we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die we die to the Lord; so then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s” (Romans 14:8).
As a stewardess of the sky set your spirit high above the earth. Let God handle the misfortune which contrives to make your mind soured. No matter how bad things may appear, God is mightier than all evil.
A cure for your worries is just a prayer away as long as it’s mailed in faith. But don’t forget to push the send button as God waits on your prayers. Faith in our Father will allow you good fortune. Serve Him like a stewardess in the sky and be prepared as God sends answers in your direction. Blessed be our Father in heaven.