It is simply foolishness to constantly depend upon someone else to pray for you, to seek God for you, to hear and discern God’s voice for you, or to exercise faith in God’s Word for your healing, deliverance, victory or breakthrough in life. This is your personal responsibility!
The Man Jesus demonstrated to us that it is indeed possible for a man who is born of the Spirit of God, empowered by the Spirit of God, and fully yielded to the Spirit of God to live a holy, righteous, victorious and prosperous life in this fallen evil world.
It is mostly fear that hinders you from being an effective witness for Christ, from acting upon God’s Word, and from taking a giant leap of faith in the pursuit of God’s purpose and vision for your life.
The born-again believers today, like the children of Israel, are the vinedressers of God’s vineyard. As a believer you are a steward, manager, or caretaker of God’s vineyard, resources, or estate. It is God’s earnest desire and expectation that you will diligently cultivate the vineyard He has entrusted to your care and not hold back its good fruit from Him.
While believers are expected to pray always or without ceasing, yet it is wise and necessary in today’s busy and noisy world to cultivate the habit of setting aside a definite period of time daily to diligently read, study, and meditate in God’s Word without any distraction and to commune with God in prayer. This certainly requires discipline, determination, and dedication.
God gives the same measure or equal amount of faith to every believer at the new birth. The differences in the level of faith we may observe among the believers are simply based on usage or exercise of the measure of faith that God has given. This is a pivotal truth!
DIVINE TREASURE IN EARTHEN VESSELS: There is nothing in this world that can compare with having eternal life, thereby knowing God intimately and enjoying a loving and eternal relationship with God through Christ Jesus. Eternal life (knowing God intimately) is the most invaluable treasure in this world.