Matthew 11:28 “Come unto me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.”
The sky diver can tell you about the point of no return. Once he commits himself to the air outside the plane, there is no getting back into the plane. He has passed the point of no return.
The high diver can tell you about passing the point of no return. While on the diving board he can change his mind walk back and climb down the steps. Once his feet can no longer touch the board, he has passed the point of no return.
Life is full of these points. Whether it’s a ride at the water park, or on a roller-coaster at the amusement park, or the plane ride at the airport. There is a point of no return.
There are other times in life that pass that point. There may be the point you are joy-riding and going too fast. Maybe you are texting on your phone. The time may come when something happens. Someone is hurt…or killed. That is the point of no return. You can cry, you can grieve, God can forgive, but you can’t go back and undo.
Jesus taught us to not let our lives go past the point of no return. Isaiah 55:6 says, “Seek the Lord while He may be found, call upon Him while He is near.”
At that last trumpet, you will have passed the point of no return.