Watchfulness helps us to pray personally, purposefully and powerfully. Whereas thankfulness places our prayers in the right perspective.
Our Christian clothing cannot be ordered online or purchased with money. Bought by Jesus’ blood and fashioned supernaturally by the Holy Spirit, we identify ourselves as His children through the way we live our lives.
His methods of delivery are not state of the art but through personally correcting and teaching his spiritual children with all wisdom. His means are not limited to his own strength but “with all the energy Christ so powerfully works” within him.
More than a physical building, the true growth of a church is reflected in the lives of its members.
The success of the church rebuilding project is not solely based on wise planning. The success is determined by our depth of intimacy with God.
An authentic posture of prayer and fasting can position believers to become ushers of greater glory. A house without the glory of God is just another facility. No church leader desires to build a house of God absent of God’s glory.
Only God alone knows the roadmap for Zion’s rebuilding. In this season of waiting upon Him, allow Him to stir your spirit in preparation for the new seasons ahead.
Waiting is hard work. Farmers are not just idling around, enjoying a sun tan, and sipping tea while they wait. They have to faithfully tend to the growing crops – watering, adding fertilizers and pesticides, tilling the fields, removing weeds and pests, and monitoring the development of the crop.
Today, in God’s harvest fields, many might have despaired at the lack of results or have grown weary at the uphill task. Day in and day out, we’ve preached the gospel, we’ve proclaimed God’s word. But where are the fruits?
Have we been having an attitude of “wait and see” before sowing again?