Profitable and unprofitable vessels to the Lord
It is, therefore, clear that from the beginning, man has been indebted to God and the only way to pay back is by being profitable to Him.
Sadly though, many Christians are unprofitable to God; they are like the thoughtless Galatians, who forget God’s goodness to them.
Our father Moses was received because of his profitable works to God.
Ask yourself if you have been a profitable servant in His vineyard, if you have the yearning for the growth of the Lord’s work, or if you have been doing otherwise.
You have been saved from your iniquities, healed of your diseases, delivered from your strongholds, praises to God for all of that, but what exactly have you contributed back after enjoying all these enormous blessings from God?
How many souls have you preached the gospel of salvation to? Beloved, take a thoughtful reflection of yourself and do not hesitate to make amends.
Only service to the only true God in heaven is profitable, do not attempt to serve any other god. Remember Joshua’s words to the Israelites in (Joshua 24:14-16). The Lord has done mighty things in the Tabernacle; therefore, we are obligated to serve Him alone with all sincerity of heart.
God took Joshua and Caleb to the Promised Land because they were profitable vessels and also obedient.
Remember how disastrous it would be if you fail to get to the Promised Land, which in this case is heaven because of your unprofitability to God. Do an appraisal of yourself, make amends swiftly, and make yourself profitable to God Almighty. God bless.
Pastor J.A. Shodeinde, THE SAINTS GOSPEL CHURCH OF CHRIST – HAND OF FIRE. Shadow Tabernacle Close, Olowo-Ina Bus Stop, Igando, Lagos.
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