Daily D – Revelation 22:17

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Revelation 22:17  The Spirit and the bride say, “Come!” And let the one who hears say, “Come!” Let the one who is thirsty come; and let the one who wishes take the free gift of the water of life. (NIV)

God’s invitation extends to everyone. God’s goodness is available to everyone. God’s best awaits those who enter into the relationship that transforms every area of our lives and all creation forever. 

We receive invitations of all kinds these days. 
* Invitations to open credit cards
* Invitations to transfer credit card debt
* Invitations to events where we will be asked to give significant gifts
* Invitations to join special events
* Invitations to join special teams
* Invitations to go away and not bother me anymore

You get the picture.

There is one invitation we dare not miss. This is the invitation to know and experience God now and to live in his presence forever. 

This invitation gives the one true gift that keeps on giving. 

This invitation delivers the life that keeps on living.

This invitation must be received to be activated.

We found some unused gift cards this week. They had expired. Oops.

This invitation has an expiration date as well. Once the deadline has passed, there is no going back. Today is the day of decision. 

Have you accepted God’s invitation?

Here is a great tool to help you understand how to accept God’s invitation: [https://stepstopeace.org/]

I will join Jesus in extending his invitation.

Our Father, thank you for your kind and generous invitation. I joyfully accept. Amen. 


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