It is human nature to forget the good times and to remember the bad. However I would like to share some of the good times in ministry
– when the vision from The Lord is clear as we have paused, taken time to listen first to our Lord, before proceeding in the work
Guide me O Thou great Jehovah
– when we have supply of every need as we stepped out in faith in projects, in collaborations with others in evangelistic and missions efforts
– when there has been hard- fought unity in the committee or church leadership to forget petty differences and focus on the great commission of the Lord
– when unsaved have been touched by the love shed abroad by the brethren and souls saved who have responded to the call of the spirit in mind- boggling circumstances and ways and we knew it could only be God at work
Bringing in the sheaves
when we have picked ourselves up with the strength of The Lord when things turned sour or difficult, yea even battering us to give up, and we survived in victory over the enemy through prayer and fasting and standing on the promises of God, supporting one another in the love of God
Thine is the glory
But thanks be to God, who always leads us as captives in Christ’s triumphal procession and uses us to spread the aroma of the knowledge of him everywhere 2Corinthians 2:14
– with fellowship sweet when we sat at His feet and absorbed His revelations on the Word, freely given and refreshing to receive the rhema and applications of the Word with signs following – that healing, that new job, protection from sudden danger, overcoming temptations sore.
how great is our God
In this modern usage, Logos is the “Word of God” Jesus Christ, the subject from Genesis to Revelation. Rhema is the revealed word of God, as an utterance from God to the heart of the receiver via the Holy Spirit, as in John 14:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.
O praise The Lord we shall magnify The Lord.