John 21 - The End

Well this is the last day of our 21 days of prayer and fasting. I hope that you found it as encouraging and as uplifting as I did. For most people the word, sacrifice, is a term that invokes pain and discomfort. But really it doesn't When we make sacrifices for Christ we gain, we never lose. And what ever we have lost we will never miss anyway.

Jesus visits his disciples who are fishing. What were they fishing? Well, before they were disciples most of them were fishermen. They were doing what came naturally to them. However, the main character in this story is Peter, the one who denied Jesus three times. Jesus was there to reinstate Peter as a disciple. When we feel like we have fallen away from Jesus, we tend to go back to living life the "old" way. Don't do that. When you feel as if you have fallen away, go to Jesus and let Him reinstate your life. There your hope, your salvation, your joy, your peace and your security will be reinstated and renewed.

Dear Jesus, I love you with all my heart. These past 21 days have taught me much about myself. I thank you for them. Help me to put to good use what I now know. I pray for those who attend FFWC, or have been reading my blog that have been praying and fasting also. That what you have done in them will not be lost, but that they will continue to allow You to mold them and shape them into Your Image. I believe that great things are going to happen that will glorify You! In Jesus name I pray - Amen.

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