You may think, “Well, of course Jesus is the Lord of my life”. I’ve accepted Him as my Savior, so doesn’t that just go along with it? Since you’ve repented from your sins, believing that He died in your place and that He was resurrected on the third day, you’re good to go. The question that remains is: “Is He the Lord of your life”? It is interesting what John McArthur has to say on the subject. If you stop to really think of it, and if you’re honest with yourself. How many times have you sat on your own throne, refusing to relinquish all rights to God? You think you know what’s best for YOUR life! How many times have you refused to turn over the steering wheel and let Him take control? I know I’ve been guilty of holding on too tight to the things or plans that I have in mind for myself. It’s hard to submit to His Lordship, but it’s the right thing to do and the best thing to do. Afterall, He is the Lord, whether we acknowledge it in our lives or not. What is God asking of you today? Have you said yes? I along with you am asking myself these very questions.