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Monday, June 05 2017

Verse of the Day

“Follow Me, and allow the dead to bury their own dead.” [Matthew 8:22 – NASB]

Many of us procrastinate. Why would you want to start something today when you can put it off until tomorrow? This habit pops up frequently at work, where it gets us into no end of trouble. Our enemy, the cursed “deadline,” is after all aptly named, and woe to the one who fails to meet it! A true procrastinator, however, is noncommittal about all aspects of his/her life, and that is exactly the point that Jesus is making in today’s passage.

When Jesus says “follow Me” He doesn’t mean when it’s convenient or when it suits you. It’s a drop everything kind of moment. No procrastinating, just “do it!” The Apostle Matthew is perhaps the best example of faithful obedience to the call of our Lord. When Jesus said “Follow Me!” he got up immediately and followed Him (see Mark 2:14). How will we respond? Do we have other, more pressing obligations in our lives? Are we committed to follow Him tomorrow or when it’s convenient? Or, are we like Matthew? When you hear Jesus calling you, drop everything and follow Him!

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