Topic: John 8:25-28
"And He who sent Me is with Me - He has not deserted Me - for I always do those things that are pleasing to Him" (John 8:29).
If we have a conscience free of offense, and if we have evidence that we please God, it matters little if men oppose us or what others may think of us. "Enoch, before his translation, had this testimony - that he pleased God."
It would not be fair for you or me to profess ignorance in this matter of pleasing God. If we had never known before, we know now that it comes from doing always those things He commands - which of course are the things that please Him.
Jesus is saying here, among other things, that God is with Him in the working of miracles. Though men had forsaken and rejected Him, yet God stayed by Him and worked in and through Him.
In the same way, God has made it possible for us to please Him by giving us His Holy Spirit to indwell, enable and empower us for service. With the available enablement, we are without excuse in the matter of doing the "greater things" He has promised for those who love and serve Him.
What better goal for today, tomorrow and all our coming days than to seek to please Him?
So that Christ might be magnified in my body, whether by life or by death, I will seek to do only those things today which please Him.