For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain.

Philippians 1:21

How does this statement make you feel?

Today, if you were brought to the executioner’s chambers, on account of Christ, and were told to renounce your faith or die, would you?

Everyone is given a measure of faith.

No matter what the circumstances are, we are called to live for Christ.

If that means death, so be it.

Christ all the way; Jesus died for us, that we may live unto Him. If we live, we live to do the will of God.

And because we live this way, IF we die, we die gaining the ability and reward to be in the presence of Jesus.

“If I die, let me die, in the army of the Lord!” Smokie Norful in Sunday Morning Medley

We hope today’s devotion has inspired you. We love you guys, and are constantly praying for you. Have a very blessed day.

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