• July 12, 2020
Acts 16:31

"And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."

When God got you saved, He didn’t just have you in mind. He had your whole family in mind. That is why His Word says, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house”. Now, this does not mean that once you believe in Jesus, your family members are automatically saved. What it means is that you have opened a big door for God to move into your family’s life and to touch every member of your family!

So, don’t worry about your unsaved parents or grandparents. God knows how to reach out to them. A member of my family who was very elderly used to make fun of me, because I had received the Lord Jesus my savior. He used to call me very bad. But one day he went very sick, and the situation of death came. He finally called me to pray for him. A few days after praying, he was completely healed and started believing. After few months, he had become a mature believer

Even up to the very last moment, God will reach out to your unsaved family members. He is more concerned about the salvation of your family than you. Believe that He loves your family.

Many times they will not even have time to pray a sinner’s prayer. But God says that “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved” (Acts 2:21). Jesus will find every excuse to save a person.

My friend, God’s desire is for your entire household to be saved. Right now, your family may be giving you a hard time, but because you are a Christian, a big door has been opened for your Daddy God in heaven to touch them!


Since I have accepted Jesus Christ in my life, I have opened a big door for God to work in my family.  As I am saved by His grace so my family members will be. God loves my family and will reach out to everyone, in Jesus name, Amen

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  1. All praise and worship to the mighty name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the revelation of His mighty word.

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