Standing and looking?

The disciples of Lord Jesus Christ experienced another shock. They came out for the initial shock of crucifixion of Lord Jesus Christ, as they witnessed the resurrected Lord. They were glad about His presence, whenever they had the opportunity to see him. The Lord commanded them to gather on Mount Olives. As they were watching, Lord Jesus ascended to Heaven. Shocked disciples were gazing into the clouds, not knowing how to respond. Angels after ascension appeared to the disciples and said: “Men of Galilee, why do you stand looking into heaven? (Acts 1:11)
Look – change direction: Angels counseled disciples not to look up at the sky and become star grazers or bird watchers or cloud observers. They should not close their eyes, or become statues, but change the direction of their look. The three disciples, Peter, James, and John wanted to be on the Mount of Transfiguration but had to come down to face the world, to minister.
Look – at the field: The disciples as taught earlier should look to the field that is white, ripe, and ready for harvest. (John 4:35) They should face the realities and challenges of harvest. God has commanded His disciples to witness in Jerusalem, Samaria, and to the ends of the world so that disciples are made. (Acts 1:8)
Keep moving: Life is a faith pilgrimage; it is a consistent move toward the destination. Life is a race, should be towards the finishing line. An army cannot win, by standing but by marching. The disciples cannot be sitting and standing idle, should go and work in the Lord’s vineyard. The Kingdom of God is the priority of a disciple. (Matthew 6:33)
Keep anticipating: As they are moving and working, they should be anticipating the return of Christ that could happen at any moment. Foolish virgins were at the right place, right time, with the right people, and even had lamps. But they were not prepared and were denied entry. (Matthew 25:1-13) Disciples should actively and diligently work, but not be slack regarding His coming.
Am I delightfully engaged in Kingdom Work?