For the Scriptures say, “‘As surely as I live,’ says the LORD, ‘every knee will bend to me, and every tongue will declare allegiance to God. ’” (Romans 14:11 NLT)
Each person is accountable to Christ, not to others. While the church must be uncompromising in its stand against activities that are expressly forbidden by Scripture (adultery, murder, theft), it should not create additional rules and regulations and give them equal standing with God’s law. Many times Christians base their moral judgments on opinion, personal dislikes, or cultural bias rather than on the Word of God. When they do this, they show that their own faith is weak; they do not think that God is powerful enough to guide his children. When we stand before God and give a personal account of our life, we won’t be worried about what our Christian neighbor has done (see 2 Corinthians 5:10). (Tyndale Study Bible)
Just as the Writer says, we are accountable.
No matter what we do in life at some stage, we have to give account for our actions. You can eat as much as you want, but at some stage, you are going have to account for your weight,
So matter what, whether we accept God’s invitation or not the day will come to account.
In all, it takes courage and commitment. If you don’t want to be overweight, you need to be disciplined. The choice, however, is yours. You choose how you want to look. Nobody else.
So don’t be weak, make healthy choices and rely on God to guide you.
“Dear Lord I pray that this day you will guide to make right decisions in all aspects of my life. I thank you for the ones already made. In Jesus name. Amen”