Have you experienced something that whenever you gaze into the sun and direct your view away from it, you still see its image imprinted in everything which you look upon?
This is a metaphor of what Christ can amazingly do in your life. A constant and devoted effort to learn about His Sovereignity and His unlimited grace. His words and deeds can be copied if you let your self to be occupied by it. Feeble yet effective reflections of His character will be reflected to others. By doing so, you’ll help them improve their conception of Christ and in return you will be enriched by such an amazing knowledge for now and eternity.
Every opportunity to learn more of Christ must not be shunned, it must be willingly studied, selflessly practiced and heartily shared. Every branch of Science and Literary study that can help your understanding of Him must be took upon, nothing that will be unvaluable for the afterlife is worthy to be invested by your time. Time is golden and must be used in the most useful work available at hand.
Now, be honest to your self, that proncrastination is a global phenomenon, and we must put into our mind that there are no peak time to do the work all at once. All must be done in order and must not be done in a rush. Even in the most simple practice of studying God and His written Word must not be seasonal. You must be very zealous everytime in everything. That way, the consistency remains and our gaze to the Sun of Righteousness will became a habit.
By beholding contantly, we will be beheld. We may be weak in our own eyes, our faith may be that small in our own estimation, but our God has that geniune faith and believes more than you think yourself can accomplish. Learn of Him and practice every knowledge learned, and unconsciously your worth will be seen. Others will then be following the God that you worshipped, sharing the Message you’ve scattered, and keeping the Faith that you are living.
Have a life, a life that prepares you for a life eternal.
Start it here, start it now, start it by beholding Christ constantly.