“To whom belongest thou?”

"To whom
belongest thou?"


1 Samuel 30:13

1 Samuel 30:13 And David said unto him, To whom
belongest
thou? and whence art thou? And he said, I am a young man of Egypt,
servant to
an Amalekite; and my master left me, because three days agone I fell
sick. KJV

No neutralities can
exist in
religion. We are either ranked under the banner of Prince Immanuel, to
serve
and fight His battles, or we are vassals of the black prince, Satan.
"To
whom belongest thou?"

Reader, let me assist
you in your
response. Have you been "born again"? If you have, you
belong to Christ, but without the new birth you cannot be His. In
whom do
you trust
? For those who believe in Jesus are the sons of God. Whose
work are you doing
? You are sure to serve your master, for he whom
you
serve is thereby owned to be your lord. What company do you keep?
If
you belong to Jesus, you will fraternize with those who wear the livery
of the
cross. "Birds of a feather flock together." What is your
conversation
? Is it heavenly or is it earthly? What have you
learned
of your Master
?–for servants learn much from their masters to
whom they
are apprenticed. If you have served your time with Jesus, it will be
said of
you, as it was of Peter and John, "They took knowledge of them, that
they
had been with Jesus."

We press the question,
"To whom
belongest thou?" Answer honestly before you give sleep to your eyes. If
you are not Christ’s you are in a hard service–Run away from your
cruel
master
! Enter into the service of the Lord of Love, and you shall
enjoy a
life of blessedness. If you are Christ’s let me advise you to
do four
things. You belong to Jesus–obey him; let his word be your
law; let
His wish be your will. You belong to the Beloved, then love Him;
let
your heart embrace Him; let your whole soul be filled with Him. You
belong to
the Son of God, then trust him; rest nowhere but on him. You
belong to
the King of kings, then be decided for Him. Thus, without
your being
branded upon the brow, all will know to whom you belong.

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