How Donuts Help Us Live a Better Christian Life

Youth Devotion, Teen Devotion, Living for GodHave you ever been to a store that sold donuts? Usually there’s a display of delicious looking fresh donuts behind a nice glass case. Each donut in the case looks really nice and many times its hard to choose which one you want because they all look so good.

A few times, however, I’ve been in the store and next to all the nice hot fresh donuts, there sits a box of discounted donuts. These donuts might be ones that were damaged, or were baked the previous day. The thing about these donuts is that they just aren’t as good as the ones that are fresh. The fresh ones are the good ones.

This is a lot like our relationship with God. In our relationship with God, its important that we keep things fresh. Often we can get lazy or not spend as much time reading our Bibles because we’re more exited about the new TV show or finding out what pictures our friends posted on Instagram. Just like donuts are better when they’re fresh, our relationship with God is better when its fresh.

Keeping your relationship with God fresh isn’t always easy. In fact, it takes a lot of work. It takes making God’s word a priority in our lives. Many times, we don’t take God’s word seriously. We want to pick and choose the things that make us feel good to focus on and throw out anything we disagree with, or things that makes us uncomfortable. Take a look at what Jesus said in John.

“If you love Me, you will keep My commands. – John 14:15

Jesus didn’t say if you feel comfortable with what you see in the Bible keep my commands. Or, if my command makes you happy keep it. No. Jesus said if we love him, we will keep His commands.

Part of loving Jesus, is keeping His commands. All of them.

So the next time you’re eating a donut, take a moment to examine your relationship with Jesus. Has it become stale? If it has, just decide today to make the switch and make your relationship with Jesus number one in your life.

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