Who Does What?-Part 2

Here are a few things that God has to say about our work; our labor: It is not in vain! ( I Corinthians 15:58). It will not be forgotten: (Hebrews 6:10). Diligently seeking (deep involvement with) Him brings reward. (Hebrews 11:6). A careful examination of Scripture will reveal that great blessings come from working hard. God planned for us to do good works. (Ephesians 2:10). In one breath, we are told that our works are unacceptable; in the next breath, we are told that they are a part of God’s plan for us. Isn’t this a contradiction? Absolutely not! What makes both possible? There is an important and vital difference between not working and working. Understanding the difference is life transforming and introduces us to a walk that is thrilling and fruitful. “Work, for the night is coming, work thro’ the morning hours; work while the dew is sparkling, work ‘mid springing flow’rs. Work when the day grows brighter, under the glowing sun; work, for the night is coming, when man’s work is done. Work for the night is coming, work thro’ the sunny noon; fill brightest hours with labor– rest comes sure and soon. Give every flying minute something to keep in store; work, for the night is coming, when man works no more. Work for the night is coming, under the sunset skies: while their bright tints are glowing, work, for daylight flies. Work till the last beam fadeth, fadeth to shine no more; work, while the night is dark’ning, when man’s work is o’er.” (“Work, for the Night is Coming”-By Mrs. Harry Coghill). But, Who does what? Lord willing, we’ll all be able to learn a vital Truth, if we haven’t yet learned it. Do come by tomorrow! We hope to see you, God willing! Selah! Major Ian Thomas tells about trying to work for the Lord for years and was shocked at a discovery he made.   Ron

Questions? E-Mail me at knowingtheway1@gmail.com

 

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