Keep Pressing

crossfit-barbell-exercising-camille-leblanc-font-b-athletic-b-font-3-sizes-silk-font-b-fabricLuke 9:62 “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God.”

We must keep moving forward. The Christian is not perfect, but presses. The Christian does not excuse sin because of its draw from within. The Christian pushes and strains. Philippians 3:13 Paul says, “I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead. We move forward and not back. The Lord forgives sin and we forgive others and we press on. The Lord Jesus Christ the Lamb of God has succeeded to open the book and loose the seals thereof. We need to press. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and repent and press. You’re caught up in sin. Confess it to the Lord and press. Press forward. If you get anything from this know this Press.

Press Moments:

1.  Ex calling and your lonely.  Press toward the mark of Jesus.

2.  Invited to an after party. Press toward the mark of Jesus.

3.  Drunk driver desires to drive you. Press toward the mark of Jesus.

4.  Out of work pimp decides you need a job. Press toward the mark of Jesus.


5 responses to “Keep Pressing

  1. Roger, I have no idea who are you but one thing I know, and we are brothers in Christ! Outstanding comparison with the lifting and the baggage we carry from our past.

    We must look forward as Lot did and not as his wife did who looked back when God told her not to, then she came to be a statue of Salt.

    God bless

  2. Pingback: TESTED! | Roger Tharpe

  3. Pretty clear-good message.🙂

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