In the New Testament, Paul does a lot of follow up with many of the churches he ministered to. He also prays for them and thinks about them a lot. In some respects, I know how he feels. If you watch the television show, “Christian Music Videos” or have ever watched the show, I think about you and pray for you often. In First Corinthians chapter 1, Paul expresses his thoughts toward the church. I encourage you to read it. But specifically, in verse 8 he says:
"He will also keep you firm to the end, so that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ."
The “he” that Paul is referring to is Jesus Christ. That Jesus will keep them firm to the end so that they will be blameless on the day of the Lord. That is my prayer for you also. For every Christian, our main concern should be remaining blameless before the Lord, and to continue to abide in him. Blameless doesn’t mean sinless. But I believe it does mean, in as much as it is possible with us, to be sinless - or to not enter into sin willingly. Paul says that with the help of Jesus, that is possible. We all want to be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ, and I continue to pray that you’re able to accomplish that as well.
I pray that Jesus will keep you firm to the end, so that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ. It isn’t easy to be blameless. But I believe that one weapon we can use, is to think on heavenly things. The more we consider our eternal future, the more we should desire to be right and blameless before our God. In life, there are so many things out of our control. But Paul encourages us, that with the help of Jesus, being blameless before God is something that is within our control.