Wednesday, April 6

Eyes Are Always Watching by Chantea M. Williams

Eyes Are Always Watching
by Chantea M. Williams

Ministry Leader Greater Working Women Ministries


Luke 6:7 (NKJV)


So the scribes and Pharisees watched Him closely, whether He would heal on the Sabbath, that they might find an accusation against Him.

Jesus was always being watched. The religious leaders of the day were just waiting for the opportunity to discredit Him, to trick Him and find something wrong with Him. They didn't like the fact they He exposed the true nature of their hearts. They had no just cause but created one to
fit their agenda. Why? Because Jesus didn't fit in with them. Jesus didn't follow after them. Jesus didn't obey them. Jesus was not like them. Be careful of those people who try to make you just like them because behind their actions is an ulterior motive. Even though the eyes were always watching, Jesus remained who He was through it all.

There are eyes watching us but what will they see? Are we a Pharisee or a disciple of Christ? Do we put on a Sunday show or are we genuine? The eyes that are watching are not all saved you know. Will we draw them closer to Christ or lead them further into darkness? The eyes that are watching are looking for real Christians to shine forth. They already know we are not perfect because when they look in the mirror they see the same imperfections.

The eyes that are watching are filled with tears if you look closely enough because they are confused and hurt and need a friend. The eyes that are watching don't always see what they hear so they are left
wondering what is the truth and how do I know it when I see it?

Pretend those eyes are yours and ask yourself what would you expect to see? It's not always easy when you realize that eyes are watching you but when we know who you have to please, it makes life worth the living.

The eyes that are watching should know without a shadow of a doubt that we are a disciple of Christ, who is still a work in progress. The only accusation against us should be that we are indeed a Christian, true worshiper and servant of God. Most importantly the eyes that are watching us belong to our Father and our King.

Father, help me to live a life that as You see me You are pleased with me. In Jesus' name, Amen!


Meet the Author
Chantea M. Williams
is a Christian writer, Bible teacher and speaker who loves encouraging women to become greater through the word of God. Through her gifts, God created the Greater Working Women Ministries. They strive to encourage, empower and equip women from all walks of life to live out their God-given purpose with holy boldness. She has also launched her teen mom mentoring program, I Am Still Somebody™. One of her many passions is baking, especially during the holidays.

Check out her newly released book The Greater Working Woman Prayer Book, Volume 1 and The Greater Working Woman Prayer Devotional, Volume 1. Don’t miss her upcoming book series for teen mothers to be released in early 2016.


Chantea M. Williams, Ministry Leader Greater Working Women Ministries

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