Hey church we are in need of your best. God gave his best in giving us his son shouldn’t we do likewise.
If you have been following some of my recent posts you would have seen this concept of being faithful to the gifts and talents we have. I am convinced that God’s trying to position the church for a mighty outpouring.
Will your church be ready? If we don’t have the inter-structure for increase how can God entrust to us more? When the Lord assigns us a task or we have volunteered for a task how well do we perform that task? If you notice I didn’t say the pastor or the head of a ministry assign the task but in actuality it is the Lord who commits to use tasks that need to be done.
A church is much like a home where in most families there are shared responsibilities. Often we will ask our children to fulfill a task. How do we feel when our children come up with excuses as to why they didn’t do the task in a timely manor or in the manor we wanted it done.
It is vital that each of us carry a centurion sprit. You might recall that Roman centurion came to Jesus to ask him to heal his servant. He tells Jesus he doesn’t have to go to him but Jesus just needs to speak the word and his servant will be healed
Over my many years in ministry I have seen great people with great potential never receive what was ordained for them to have because they never discovered and implemented the principle of being faithful in little things.
Give your all, give your best…
Pastor Brian R. Weeks began ministering in 1972 and has served as a pastor to both youth and young adults. He also served as an associate pastor for eleven years, and then for 25 years as a senior pastor, apostolic missionary, and church planter. In March of 2017 he released his church Solomon’s Porch, but in order to remain part of the local church, continues to serve among its several pastors.