What are you living for?

Seriously—what are you actually living for?

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Our calendar and our bank statements reveal our priorities. Where we invest our time and money is a true reflection of our life’s focus. It exposes what we’re actually living for.

Did Jesus die for what you’re living for?

Would Jesus’ calendar and bank statements look like yours? Maybe yours reveals some investments of time and money in things that are not important to Him, or maybe even directly opposite to His will. Are the priorities that He lived and died for reflected in yours?

Jesus came so that we can have life to the full—100%.The world tells us that Jesus’ way of life is boring and “last-century”, but Jesus, our Creator, knows what’s best for us. I can testify that God’s ways are the best ways, and not just financially, but also in marriage, health, relationships, peace, satisfaction and so much more.

If you’re wondering whether to jump into God’s will 100%, I encourage you to. Go ahead and jump. Live totally for Him.

Jesus said, “Whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake and the gospel’s will save it.”2

Did Jesus die for what you’re living for?


Julian Archer is the founder of Faith
 vs Finance—a global ministry working with Christians who seek to maintain a vibrant relationship with Jesus amidst the pressures of materialism and self-centred lifestyles.

  1. John 10:10 (That’s a 10 out of 10 life!)
  2. Mark 8:35
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