I told this to the ladies( chickens) who are insisted on being a mom’s so late in the fall. I know they don’t understand me, and even if they did they probably wouldn’t care.
One of my ladies, Blue Juice II, couldn’t resist. She sat on her egg for 3 weeks. Oh, how I worried for her. Is she eating enough? Is she drinking? What is she going to do with her chick when it is snowing outside? Doesn’t she know this is a bad time of year to be a mama?I think the mama instincts are more prevalent than her natural seasonal instincts. We have a new baby and a momma who is doing great with it so far. But, we’ll see.
A lot of people are like this. They are so involved with themselves they can’t see what is really going on in the world today. Therefore they are making decisions for the here and now and not thinking about what is going to happen on down the road.
The bible tells us we are living in the endtimes. Just saying that brings one of two things to your mind immediately. Either fear of the future, or the thought that I have just lost my mind. Let’s face it though, those are the same psychological tactics we use when we don’t want to face a reality. We want to ignore what is happening so we don’t have to face them, just like Blue Juice and her baby and winter is coming even if she doesn’t care.
The truth is that the endtimes started 2000 years ago, and everything God said will happen to that point happened, historically and biblically.Jesus himself fulfilled over 300 prophacies.Now isn’t that eye-opening. So, who are we to say that everything God said would happen isn’t going to. Some of it already has and continues to happen to this day.
So, is it time to look around and prepare for what is to come? To take a real look at our hearts and the view of this world and see it through Gods eyes? How would that change you? Maybe you want to live with your naturel eyes, and close the your spiritual ones so you don’t have to think about it.
The bible uses a parable to describe you.Matthew25:1-4
Then the Kingdom of Heaven will be like ten bridesmaids who took their lamps and went to meet the bridegroom.Five of them were foolish, and five were wise.
The five who were foolish didn’t take enough olive oil for their lamps,but the other five were wise enough to take along extra oil.
So, what one describes you? Just food for thought.