Ministry · Personality Building

Understanding My Calling pt1

It is indeed preposterous to hear believers complain about the work committed to them in the church or anywhere else. It is as simple as saying ‘no’ if you don’t desire to handle the responsibility. Many believers are incuring curses upon themselves in the ignorance of unfaithfulness clothed in activity.
Moses was a great man whom the bible considers the meekest but he didn’t make the promised land because he missed it. Many church folks don’t like talks like this because it makes you look into your works amd examine whether you are still in the faith. If you are not willing to press toward the mark of the high calling, just relax and let those whose passions are driving them carry on the work so you don’t incure the wrath of God.
Many are just doin activities in the faith and in churches today and the Spirit of God has left them like He did Saul but we don’t know because we are consumed by activities instead of passion.
The enemy is aware that his time is almost up and he is now employing the highest levels of tricks to sway belivers from the path while they still think they are doing well and thriving in the faith; this is why 19:12 shows David asking for cleansing.

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One thought on “Understanding My Calling pt1

  1. But a smiling visitant here to share the love (:, btw outstanding style . “He who will not reason is a bigot he who cannot is a fool and he who dares not is a slave.” by Sir William Drummond.

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