Watchman: Daily Devotional,Having Your Destination in Mind Can Be Beneficial When You Are Suffering Through a Lengthy Journey. You Can Get Through the Journey Just by Visualizing a Beautiful View or a Delicious Meal. Jesus Used a Parable to Explain the End Times to His Disciples

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Jesus used a parable to teach His disciples about the end times. Three servants were tasked with looking after their master's wealth while he was away. The word entrusted does not imply that they should simply keep it safe. Rather, they were tasked with managing their master's wealth. They should help it grow by developing it.

When the master left, two of the servants immediately went to work and invested their master's wealth, according to Jesus. They began with the expectation that he would return. They showed their master how they had multiplied his wealth after he returned. "Well done, good and faithful servant!" he said, pleased. You've been dependable in a few areas; I'll put you in charge of many others.

Come and share your master's joy!" (vv. 21, 23). The remaining servant, on the other hand, did nothing with his master's money. He accused the master of being a scumbag and wanted nothing more than to keep the treasure safe. He received a rebuke and was expelled from the inner circle for failing to capitalize on the opportunity presented to him.

As you look ahead to the coming year, you will be presented with numerous opportunities. "What are you going to do with what God gives you?" asks the question. How will you make the most of every opportunity to glorify God? Jesus will return at some point. He'll return to settle accounts and see how we handled all of the opportunities we were given. Will you be prepared?

It helps to start with the end goal in mind—our heavenly future! "How will living with eternity in mind affect what I choose to spend my time on today?" What impact will it have on my life? What are the most important opportunities for me to pursue?

Please join us in prayer.

Eternity is not an abstract concept; it is a reality that will exist after our current lives are over. Father, may the promise of eternity with you guide every decision we make.

The Great Tribulation

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The Watchman

In the Bible, the Watchman is responsible for keeping watch and warning others of potential danger or impending judgment. The role is mentioned several times in the Old Testament, particularly in the book of Ezekiel. In Ezekiel 33:6, God says to the prophet Ezekiel, "But if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, so that the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any one of them, that person is taken away in his iniquity, but his blood I will require at the watchman's hand." Click here to begin the journey.

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