Bible Reflection 5 (Mark 1:17)

Come follow Me,’ Jesus said, β€˜and I will make you fishers of men. Mark 1:17

For most people, church and God are reserved for Sunday mornings. They go to church on Sunday and think about Jesus for a couple of hours. Then, they come home or go to work the next day and forget all about Him. That is not how religion is meant to work.

Your faith is supposed to guide your every movement, fill ever action and shape every thought. Do not simply relegate Jesus to a few hours on Sunday or a few minutes when you pray before bed. Make Him the central part of your life each and every day, and you will see your life transform.

πŸ“– Habakkuk 3:1γ€œ4 πŸ™
The prophet Habakkuk offers a prayer in this passage, acknowledging the power and majesty of God. He recalls God's past deeds and asks for mercy and intervention in the present.

πŸ“– Philippians 3:14 πŸ™
The apostle Paul expresses his determination to press on toward the goal of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. It reflects Paul's commitment to continue growing in his faith and pursuing the purpose God has for him.