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The story is told of a professor who travelled to... details logo The Good Seed - Friday, October 16, 2020
by GBV Dillenburg GmbH
The story is told of a professor who travelled to...

I have set before you today life and good, death and evil. … Therefore choose life that … you … may live.
Deuteronomy 30:15.19

The story is told of a professor who travelled to Dublin to take part in a congress. He arrived in the city very late. Worried that he might miss the opening speech, he jumped into a cab and told the cabman: “Be as quick as you can. I’m in a hurry! Get going!” The cabman gave his horses the command, and the carriage rolled through the streets with the horses galloping wildly.

It suddenly occurred to the professor that he had not told the cabman his destination. So he shouted to him, “Do you know where I want to go?” – “How can I?” he retorted laughing, “But we’re going at a gallop, as you said!” He seemed to be a crafty type. Who knows where he might have taken his passenger?

What about ourselves? Do we know where our life’s journey is taking us? Do we know the destination, or do we continue aimlessly day by day? The Bible, the Word of God, leaves us in no doubt that there are only two possible destinations: heaven or hell, eternal life or eternal torment. God leaves us the choice, as He did the Israelites: “life and good, death and evil”. We have to choose. Whoever wants heaven to be his goal must come to the Lord Jesus Christ now. He will save such and reconcile them with God. It is only through conversion to God and faith in His Son Jesus Christ that we obtain the “citizenship” of heaven in the glory of God and thus reach the destination we desire.

Today’s reading: 1 Chronicles 11:1-47 · Psalm 84:1-13


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