Who Will You Serve?

My House…choose you this day who ye will serve; …but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. Joshua 24:15

We are being pulled in so many directions today it’s almost unbearable. The choices we have are so many. But the problem is when we allow our life, problems, wants, desires, job, etc. get in the way of us serving God then they become our god. We begin to serve them.

Who will you serve?

I. You Choose

…choose you this day who you will serve; Joshua 24:15

You choose who you will serve. No one can make that decision for you. Only you!

Who will you put first in your life and your daily walk? God in Heaven or the earthly gods (things that you put before God.)

What is more important to? To walk with God who can help you when no one else will. To walk with God who understands you when no one can. To walk with God who forgives us when no else will.

The decision is up to you and only you.

This is about you so the acronym Y-O-U stands for: Yield Oneself United with God!

Although this is another sermon the question remains, “When are you going to yield yourself united with God?”

That question leads into the next point which is…

II. My Choice

…but as for me and my house we will serve the LORD. Joshua 24:15

Make a bold decision now to serve the LORD. It may be unpopular and others may not understand. But just do it anyway. Be an example to follow. Stand firm with that decision. Don’t allow others to influence you to change your mind.

It may be hard and it may get tough but stand firm!

Always serve the LORD. Put him first. Let your thoughts and actions reference the LORD.

If you do then my question to you is, “Who will you serve?” The earthly gods which are earthly things or the Heavenly God which is all knowing, all powerful, and everywhere.

Maybe you’ve heard about God or never accepted him as your personal saviour. If not, then find out how to accept him now by reading, “What Must I Do To Be Saved?

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