A Devotion May Be Someone's Only Bible

View Blog Entry

Have a Plan and Finish It

And He said to them, "Go and tell that fox, 'Behold, I cast out demons, and perform cures today and tomorrow, and the third day, I finish my course.'"  Luke 13:32 ESV

Photo courtesy of pixabay.Today it’s called multi-tasking. Recently, the media coined a phrase, “super-tasking.” Usually, that means you’re a high achiever—able to begin and do many tasks at once. Sounds like too many cowboys in the corral to me.

Many obstacles frame our path every day. Being busy is one thing, but being busy without a goal to achieve is another. Many days, I’ve sat and wondered about my situation and my family’s future. But only when I rise up and take hold of the job at hand, do I ever accomplish my goal. There is a saying I learned a long time ago, “If you want to get something done, ask a busy person.” Over the years, I have seen that statement in action. Many people may say to you, “I’ll help,” but they never show up when it is actually time to work.

To a cowboy, multi-tasking is ridin’ and ropin.’ Christ’s work was finished on the cross. Death was defeated, and sin no longer rules our lives. The price was paid whether you accept it or not. The job for you to finish is to take His gift of salvation and put it to work in your life daily. As you finish this dance called life, you will be greeted by your heavenly Father who will say, “Your work is finished. Well done my good and faithful partner. Enter into my house and receive your rest.”

Find out what God’s plan is for you, and then finish it. 

(Photo courtesy of pixabay.)

(For more devotions, visit Christian Devotions.)


Share This Blog:



Gene Blankenship

Gene Blankenship, Jr, is a husband, father of two, grandfather, and circuit rider church planter. He served in the United States Air Force Presidential Honor Guard and Air Force Band at Bolling Air Force Base in Washington, D.C. Now he spends his time riding horses, cutting firewood, and being a family man. His first book, The Drive Living The Cowboy Code, was given to over 400 riders during the 2016 Great Florida Cattle Drive. This devotional represents how God can make you into the person He wants you to be. You can locate him at www.cowboyministry.com or on Facebook at facebook.com/genecblankenship.