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Susan @ 3:30 PM
Sunday, September 26, 2004
This is what I'm getting from Joshua2 this morning: If you mind the Lord's business, the Lord will mind your business. Joshua 2 talks about the spies and Rehab.
At the gate of the new breakthrough which leads to our inheritance of the promised land, there is a sinner. If we just brush her away, condemn her, we lose our opportunity. But if we listen to her, and find out what she needs, and look after her, then she'll be the key to our new territory. Sometimes it doesn't look related, but that's actually how the Lord opens His gates for us. Everyone of us has been called into certain areas. Sometimes we're so focused on the posession of the promised land we brush the "Rehabs" away when God has put them in our path. Salvation can be the key. Doing good to a certain person that God has put in your heart can bring you to a whole new arena. Reinhard Bonke ministed faithfully to one person in Nigeria, then that person leads him to the president, then the whole country opened up to him, and after that came the million salvation. Joyce Meyer served faithfully to her father and her relatives, and she believed with all her heart that this led to her success in ministry. So, is there any sinners in your way or people to help that the Lord has put in your heart? see beyond the inconvenience and all the hassle, if you mind the Lord's business, He will mind your business.
Prov 1:21 - Wisdom cries out at the gate of the city.
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