We celebrated, or should I say remembered, the death and resurrection of Yeshua Hamashiach. As we reflected on the life of our Lord and Savior, we remember that no matter the number of people healed, delivered from demonic spirits or brought back to life, Jesus was still rejected. Everybody he encountered did not receive what he was offering. They did not understand His purpose or God's plans for his precious life.
Isaiah 53:3 says, "He was despised and rejected come - a man of sorrows, acquainted with deepest grief. We turned our backs on Him and looked the other way. He was despise, and we did not care."
As we pursue the purpose God has called us to, people will not like how it looks to them. They may not be able to see the truth in our actions. What we are doing does not sit well with them because of their beliefs or mindset. Our job isn't to please the world. Our job is to obey the call God has on our lives. Let them reject us and our purpose. Remember Jesus was rejected, treated harshly and unjustly condemned. But Him laying down his life for the sins of the world, (all of us) God accepted Him. If we continue to press towards the high calling of God, fulfilling our purpose, we too will be accepted unto God. We will go from rejection by the world to being accepted by God through Christ Jesus.