But everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved.’ (Acts 2:21 NLT)
The “great and glorious day of the Lord” (Acts 2:20) denotes the whole Christian age. Even Moses yearned for the Lord to put his Spirit on everyone (Numbers 11:29). At Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was released throughout the entire world—to men, women, sons, daughters, Jews, Gentiles. Now everyone can receive the Spirit. This was a revolutionary thought for first-century Jews. (Tyndal Study Bible)
Please if you are an unbeliever read this carefully! Everyone that calls on the name off the Lord. What will the promise be? You will be saved! You see God promises eternal life. Do we understand that, eternal life? Many times in this world we think of things that don’t seem real. That is why there are so many sceptics in this world. I was the biggest of them all.
I want to tell you to call on his name, then be obedient, or a better word, diligent in your new-found faith. Because the world teaches us to be diligent and obedient to our daily chores, including work. The common thing amongst the most successful people in this world is hard work. Salvation promises the riches of heaven and blessings on earth.
So what is the moral of the story? Call on God, work hard, and Heaven will be yours. Wow
“ Lord I thank you for opening my eyes. Thank you for being my saviour. I pray for guidance to touch people In Your way. In Jesus name, I pray. Amen.”