Focus: 1 Corinthians 2:9 - KJV
9. But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.
Christ is our link to the Godhead. He is our advocate and deliverer. He has all power with Him. He has given us assurance of what to expect in our Father’s house. Although He said in this world we shall face tribulation, we have solace also in His overcoming the world. Meaning what, everyone that loves the Lord have an assurance of a good life here and hereafter. God is faithful to bring to pass everything He has promised. The irony is, there is nothing comparable to the bliss awaiting the beloved of God. No matter what the world is throwing at the beloved of the Lord, by the overcoming streak of the Lord, he will yet enjoy the best of life that none can compare with. But the bliss here is nothing to be compared with that on the other side. None of us has been there before. Those that have gone have not been opportune to return to tell what they have seen. Those who have had visions of the things on the other side did not have opportunity to see the preparation made by the Father for them that love Him. It is for now, wrapped all up. Hence, no matter the kind of life we may have enjoyed or be enjoying in this life, they are nothing compared to what the Lord has in stock for His beloved. But who is the Lord’s beloved for whom these things are prepared? Simply put, those who obey His commands.
Dear friend, God has good plans for your life here and eternally. Getting into God’s plans is premised on your position here. If you choose to love Him, you need to obey His commands. Refusing to obey His commands is calling Him a fool, and He is not one. Let’s get it clear: God is never mocked. It is whatsoever a man sows that he reaps. Please be sure, there is nothing we do that is hid from God. If people can bug us today, with human crooked sense, to know the things we do in our privacy, can anything be hid from the Most-High? The best is yet to come. But that best is reserved for the ones that love God. Do you?
SOLUTION: To be God’s friend, we must obey His commands. The commands are grouped into two: love God and love your neighbor. John says, love your neighbor whom you can see and the same is accepted as the love of God.
That which the Lord has reserved for you will never elude you in Jesus’ name. No matter what the enemy tries, you will not miss out in the preparation of God for those that love Him in Jesus name. No power of hell will derail you from the love of God in the mighty name of Jesus. If there be any attempt at making you miss out, such is destroyed for your sake in Jesus’ name.