Saturday, 12 September 2009

God's Workmanship

For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, Which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them. (Ephesians 2:10)
Before others catch the vision, it’s born in the heart of one person. Before one Hebrew slave caught the vision of the Promised Land, Moses saw it. He saw a people no longer bound by chains, building homes and businesses, growing crops and worshiping God. But how did he keep his vision alive in a wilderness? The Bible says... he persevered because he saw Him who was invisible (Hebrew 11:27) Moses was sustained by what he saw. So your vision, if it is of God, will sustain you through the worst of times. Actually, without a vision we perish.
God will never give you a vision you can fulfil alone. He’ll bring others alongside to compensate for your weakness. He gave Joshua to Moses to be his personal assistant. He gave him Aaron and Hur to hold up his hands so that the battle could be won. He gave him his father in-law, Jethro , to save him from a leaders most dreaded fate; death by administration. Finally, He gave him 70 more leaders with the right spirit to complete the job. But I’m getting old you say. Moses changed his life at 40 and found his destiny at 80. Had you seen him at 40 you would have said, surely he’s the man for the job, educated by royalty, trained by generals, with instant access to Pharaoh. But you would have been wrong. The 80 year old Moses may smell like a shepherd and speak like a farmer, but he’s God’s choice! When you surrender your life to God you’ll discover something wonderful; GOD’S NOT LIMITED BY YOUR LIMITATIONS!
May God Bless you and thank you for calling by.

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