You’re A Minister
Of this gospel I was made a minister according to the gift of God's grace, which was given me by the working of his power.—Ephesians 3:7
So many men feel they cannot minister, but nothing is further from the truth. You are a minister. All of God's men are called to it and identified by it. If God can take a man like Paul, who hated and persecuted Christians, and use him for ministry, then God can use anyone—including you. Want to see God work? Then let him work through you. But you are going to have to let his grace do the first work. For without grace, you will fail and work yourself to exhaustion doing things by your own power and for your own benefit. You need real power. A power that works on its own. Power gifted to you by God through his grace. Are you ready? Ready to be used and to do the ministry God has called only you to?
ASK THIS: What's your excuse for not doing God's ministry?
DO THIS: Recieve the gift of God's grace for this excuse.
PRAY THIS: God, it's time to go. May I go in your grace and do a good and powerful work today.
PLAY THIS: Elevation worship: Graves into Gardens.
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