We should not concern ourselves with the things that Jesus said He will do. Jesus is faithful! We need to be faithful with what we are assigned to do.
Further, fluffy bread sure looks good, doesn't it? False doctrines do to until they have corrupted you and made you sick!
When upon life’s billows you are tempest tossed, When you are discouraged, thinking all is lost, Count your many blessings name them one by one, And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.
The word of God (the Bible) tells us what is good. Those are the things we need to get busy doing. Anything else that we do not understand, we need to trust the Lord that He will show us if we need to understand. Otherwise, just keep loving!
The sign of Jonah is a good one for the elect for it points to the fact that Jesus' resurrection secures theirs as well.
We have been living in the last times since Jesus came to earth. Therefore, we should live in a way that reflects our belief that Jesus came the first time as the Messiah to redeem us from our sins and that He is coming a second time to take us home!
If we keep thinking about our problem, then we will worry. Instead of worrying, we should patiently wait on the Lord to help us.
God chose a certain number of people before the world began in the covenant of election. When those elect, by the regenerated spirit given them by God, do good works, we ought to glorify the covenant God of election!
Yes indeed, Jesus is a personal Savior! But, not by our choice of Him but by Father's individual choice of each of the elect and His special work on the cross for each one of them.
We can overcome fears. We can overcome distractions. We can overcome pride. We can overcome distractions and detractors. We can come to Jesus because He has given us the faith to do so.