(KJV.) ST, JOHN 21:21
(21) Peter seeing him saith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do?
WHAT CAN WE DO?
Grace be unto you! Though we ought to be our brothers and sisters keepers in this world; never allow the spirit of condemnation the chance to control our mindsets into hearts, go above the love limitations, to judge, point accusing fingers at others, no matter what our perceptions may be, for no one knows for sure who is doing what is perfectly required for Jesus, except himself; we may endorse, encourage, inspire, minister, counsel, preach the gospel to others, but do all things with love and respect for one another, without the judgments and condemnation of Jesus, for there is a day set aside for judgment, read John 12:47-50, for detailed information on the subject; also let us be encouraged to focus our thought processes on our callings, and do the best we can do for Jesus Christ, his eyes are over the righteous and his ears are open to their prayers.. . cf. 1 Peter 3:12; Jesus is saying to you and me; And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give to every man according as his work shall be... I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last. cf. Revelation 22:12-13; therefore, none of our works for Jesus Christ is wasted, for the angels are recording them against our names in the heaven books of records.
You see! There is nothing new under the sun, there are things happening in this generation that has already happened in the past generations; referring to the above text, Jesus has risen, yet he continued to interact with his disciples on earth before his ascension to heaven places; because of his covenant with his disciple, Simon Peter, he continued to stress the need for Peter to follow him; cf. Matthew 16:18; on one of the occasions, Jesus repeated himself to Peter, said,... Follow me; Peter turned around, answered Jesus with another question about what John will be doing, said, what shall this man do? Jesus then answered: If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee? follow thou me. cf. John 21:22; therefore, brethren, it is very important that we focus on the will of Jesus, work it and not be weary in well doing, for, in due season, we will reap the fruit of labors, if we faint not. cf. Ephesians 6:9. if there is a call of Jesus upon our lives to follow him, do his will, let us be encouraged to follow him, do not sidetrack to what people are doing or will do for him, but answer the call for ourselves, it is a worthy lifetime commitment, but let's do it together in the bound of peace, unity, and love! Jesus is coming back again soon! Peace and Love be unto you! Amen and Amen!