Chosen

I have heard a great deal about a production called “The Chosen.” I haven’t seen it because we just recently got streaming services, but I do plan to do so someday. Supposedly, it is Biblically accurate, but I would like to check that out for myself.

In the meantime, I am one of “the chosen” of God. He chose me and then gave me a job to do for Him.

God chose me not so that I could sit around and bask in His glory or sit idly by while others do not know the truth about His Word and His way to salvation. He chose me and then He sent me to bear fruit. I think that my bearing fruit for the Lord goes hand in hand with my asking God for answers to prayers and He answers them. If my prayers are according to His will, which all has to do with leading others to Christ, then I can expect that God will answer. Maybe not the way I want or when I want, but He always answers. The fruit that we bear for Him remains eternally, just as we have eternal life with Him.

Have a blessed day and may you feel the call of being chosen to serve and lead others to the fruitful life of eternity with God.

5 thoughts on “Chosen

  1. The Chosen is made by Mormons, which some people have issue with (from what little I’ve seen on YouTube). I don’t watch it because I don’t have time… but also because they’ve given Jesus lines that He did not say in the Bible, and that makes me uncomfortable. But that’s just my POV, and yes it’s better to check for yourself! 😊 As for the rest of the blog, quite lovely 🥰 Both about sharing the Word and accepting His Will!

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  2. As with any movie about biblical topics, it’s good to check for accuracy with Scripture. “The Chosen” adds a lot to the storyline that isn’t in the Bible – speculation on things that may or may not have happened. I have heard testimonies of people who have watched “The Chosen,” and it has motivated them to read the Bible to see what it really says, which is great.
    What I like about new venues of presenting the Gospel, even inaccurate or incomplete versions, is that it opens up dialogues that otherwise wouldn’t happen. We (believers) should jump at the chance to talk about Jesus – the REAL Jesus – every opportunity we get. Members of our church love to invite nonbelievers to study the Bible with them when an interest is expressed – something I had never thought to do – and you’d be amazed how often the unbeliever will say “Yes.”

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