Faithful in the Day-to-Day | PREPARING TO MEET JESUS KICKOFF



September 4, 2023


Read Day Two – Faithful in the Day-to-Day | PREPARING TO MEET JESUS

Watch Anne and Rachel-Ruth share more about this second characteristic:


All the signs of the times suggest we don’t have a whole lot of time left until Jesus returns. What will He find you doing? What task has He assigned to you that you feel isn’t very significant? Your work? Your chores at home? Are you stuck in a house caring for a sick loved one instead of out doing “real work”? Whatever it may be, God is watching! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to hear Him exclaim, “Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things”? So . . . be faithful in the day-to-day!


THIS WEEK’S CHALLENGE (click HERE to download the Journal Page)

What are your daily responsibilities? Examine your attitude toward them. Are you complaining about the demands of life, or are you grateful for the opportunity to serve faithfully with all your strength? King Solomon, the wisest man who has ever lived other than Jesus, challenged the reader of his memoirs, “Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.” Today, as you prepare to see Jesus face-to-face, commit to ensuring that He will find you faithfully doing the work He has called you to do—with all your heart.

Let’s pray…

Lord of my days, I worship You as the carpenter in Nazareth, fulfilling orders for customers, doing the bidding of Joseph. I am sorry when I complain about the day-to-day. Help me see You in my responsibilities, whether they are small or overwhelming. Lift up my eyes to see that even while I am “digging ditches,” I can have an incredible encounter with You. In that split second of the Rapture, when the sky unfolds and You return for me and I see You face-to-face, I want to be found faithful!

For the sake of the Bridegroom,
And in His name—Jesus,


After reading Day Two | Faithful in the Day-to-Day,  join our discussion in the comments:

  1. What challenged or encouraged you? What stood out to you?
  2. What work has He called you to do?
  3. What are you grateful for in that work?


[Zechariah 14:20 – 21, Ecclesiastes 9:10, Matthew 25:21, Luke 10:38 – 42 , I Thessalonians 5:2]

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