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"Are You Ready?"
Ready feet to do Thy will,
Ready hands to serve Thee still,
Ready mind Thy voice to hear,
Ready drooping hearts to cheer,
Ready every foe to face,
Ready still to shew Thy grace;
Ready every need to meet,
Ready to wash erring feet.
Ready still to watch and pray,
Ready all the livelong day.
Ready if to lose or gain,
Ready if 'tis joy or pain,
Ready when the Savior's near,
Ready when dark clouds appear;
Ready when the storm is high,
Ready through a cloudless sky;
Ready, Lord, to meet with Thee,
Ready for eternity.
Poem featured in "Things Old and New," Volume 31, 1888
A Short Note from Cobblestone Road Ministries:
But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to
give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope
that is in you with meekness and fear
That they do good, that they be rich in good works,
ready to distribute, willing to communicate;
Are we ready? Are we yielded to God-- allowing Christ to live through us?
We can only do what God calls us to do by allowing Him to live through us.
We cannot do anything apart from Christ Jesus. (John 15:5)
Being ready means to walk in the Spirit-- yielding to God's perfect will.
Whatever the Lord has called us to do, He will give us the strength to do it.
Whatever road He calls us to walk on, He will lead us and give us strength.
We can do all things because Christ enables us to do it!
I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.
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Further Bible Study:
Are You Rapture Ready?
I AM The Vine
We Are His Instruments
Running The Christian Race
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