Message for July 4, 2010

“And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.” Gal. 6:9
Is it “due season” to faint or is it time to persevere until God’s “due season”? Oral Roberts put it like this.
“God has a timetable for every seed we plant.  His timetable is not always our timetable.  Sometimes the “due season” means a quick return.  Sometimes it means a process or a slow return that may take years, even a lifetime.  But we can count on three things.  First, God will cause a harvest to come from our seeds.  Second, God is never early or late.  He is always right on time with our best interests at heart.  Third, our harvest will have the same nature as our seeds sown:  good seeds bring good harvests, bad seeds bring bad harvests. What are we to do during the growing time of our seeds?  1. Refuse to become discouraged.  2. Determine to keep our faith alive and active.  3. Give and keep on giving; love and keep on loving.  Know this-His harvest is guaranteed.  Continue in an attitude of expectancy.”
The main object of the adversary is to cause us to faint.  Our strength is not found in us, but in The Holy Spirit and the blood of Jesus.

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