Wednesday 12 April 2017

Will You Wait? (Part Four)

Jesus did not promise He would come in our lifetime. Neither has He guaranteed He will not come in our lifetime. When exactly He comes is not the focus of the church. The focus of the church is being about the Father’s (Kingdom) business. It is occupying. [Luke 19:13] It is being a witness to His person and glory. [Acts 1:8; John 14:12-14] It is showing forth the manifold wisdom of God. [Ephesians 3:10]

When we lose sight of our calling that is when we begin to dabble into the non-essentials. That is when we begin to seek for entertainment rather than impartation. That is when we begin to seek for the approval of men, rather than that of God. That is when we begin to lose our saltiness. That is when our light and glory begin to fade away.

It’s time to get back to our calling. It is time to get back to the Father’s business. For when we are about the Father’s business we need no prophet telling us about that day. That day will not come to us unawares. [1 Thessalonians 5:4-6] For, we will be an essential and integral part of ushering it in.

It is time to break up our fallow grounds. It is time to seek the Lord. [Hosea 10:12]

Will you?

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