Together in this Journey



I would like to identify with you as you identify with some of my experiences in your journey on this site. What are we thirsty for? I generally ask myself this question over and over again. I think of several things that are precious and that make my days. I wake up with the great resolve every morning, wanting to serve the Lord faithfully. I have a devotion plan, a prayer plan and I trust the Lord to lead me. I have many places I think of visiting, I have joy doing things for the Lord like evangelizing and encouraging other people to trust in the Lord. I like books and invest a lot in them. I like music, and spend a lot of time listening to sacred and gospel music. I also enjoy Christian Movies and find myself watching them and thinking of ways to use them for evangelism purposes. What a treasure of things that lay there for me!

Three years ago, a sister of mine had my children count her pairs of shoes and after reaching about two hundred and fifty pairs, they could not believe it, and this was about half of what she had at the time… you talk about treasure? She treasured shoes and clothes!!! Holding onto them and not letting any of them go, not for any reason. Yes, in a way it is her treasure and she treasures what she owns. This reminds me of what our Lord said, “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” Matthew 6: 21 (NIV), part of a great advice given to help us:

“Don't hoard treasure down here where it gets eaten by moths and corroded by rust or— worse!—stolen by burglars. Stockpile treasure in heaven, where it's safe from moth and rust and burglars. It's obvious, isn't it? The place where your treasure is, is the place you will most want to be, and end up being” Luke 6: 19-21

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Rev. Jules Ngangmeni