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"Doing The Will of My Father in Heaven" (2 Timothy 4:3-5)

Good morning, my brothers and sisters in Christ; I pray all is well. It has been a few days since I have done a study, and this morning's write-up, which draws its wisdom from 2 Timothy 4:3-5 (NKJV), will explain why that has been the case. Though written centuries ago, this scripture mirrors our present times, urging us to be vigilant and steadfast in our faith.

  • 2 Timothy 4:3-5(NKJV)

 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; 4 and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables. 5 But you be watchful in all things, endure afflictions, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill your ministry.

In v. 3, Paul warns us about the consequences of abandoning true doctrine. A time will come when those who say they follow the way, but in reality are in love with the dark because they chose to ignore the true doctrine but instead run to those who will scratch their itching ears because they would rather cater to the ones who appeal to their personal preferences and desires. These people shut their ears to the truth and chase after fables, meaning false doctrines and theological theories, hoping to keep those ears, personal preferences, and desires scratched. Lastly, in v. 5, Paul instructs young Timothy to be watchful and never give up when facing afflictions. He emphasizes the importance of fulfilling his ministry, a call to action that should motivate us all to stay true to our path and purpose.

The other day, a comment about my channel came through my Rumble account. This person kindly reached out in hopes of giving me some channel ideas. They left an email and other contact information. Upon my investigation and response, I asked the individual to leave ideas in the comment section because of my busy schedule and ministry, which would be best.

Here is the response: My channel needed to grow according to their expectations, and I should listen to their feedback. There is nothing wrong with feedback, but what's wrong with a channel that teaches the Bible and the scriptures? My ministry is dedicated to the lost sheep, and I have vowed to the Lord that I will not teach anything other than what the Scriptures say. My content comes from our Father in Heaven, not my desires and preferences. If individuals unsubscribe from my channel, I pray for them and hope they find God's grace, but I will never compromise my position as a teacher of God's accurate word for any reason. The individual kindly stated that I don't engage with people; that is not true either because if subscribers and those who find my channel aren't listening to the entire video, then they are missing the engagements where I say, leave comments, and share your thoughts, I do not have time for emailing back in forth, I'm too busy for all that. Suppose all of my channels only had one subscriber. In that case, I have done the will of my Father in Heaven, and none of my channels receive money or any other form of profit, no ads, none of that, and they never will because I'm genuinely dedicated to the Lord.

"You are called to stand firm in truth amidst a world entangled in desires and fables. Stay vigilant, endure hardships, spread the gospel, and fulfill your divine purpose."

  • Jared W. Campbell

Mission Statement:

"At Jesus Prepares Christians for Eternity Spiritual Talk, our mission is to lead by example following the command of Jesus in John 21:15-19, where He calls us to feed His sheep, tend His lambs, and care for His flock. My ministry will always have a dedication to nurturing and guiding believers in their spiritual journey, providing support, teaching, and encouragement as they grow in their faith and relationship with Christ. Through our ministry, we aim to emulate Christ's love and compassion, reaching out to those in need, serving our community, and spreading the Gospel message to all corners of the earth. Our goal is to glorify Christ and fulfill His commission to make disciples of all nations, trusting in His grace and protection as we journey through our mission of spreading an unblemished Gospel."

In Christ, love Jared W Campbell

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