When the Miracle Doesn't Look Like Much
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Dr. Aill R. Harris Jr., Pastor
Jesus was as much Messiah in the cradle as he was on the cross. At times one little act of obedience doesn't look like much, but little becomes much when you put it in the master's hand. You've got to not despise small beginning. Understand and respect the gifts God has given you. Your purpose was manifested before your person.
WHAT DO YOU DO WITH THAT ANOINTED THING THAT GOD GAVE YOU TO YOU WHILE ITS IN ITS INFANCY?:
I. It's Significant Enough to Search For It
- Many of us let our gifts be marginalized by people. We limit our gift to that which people know of us.
II. It's Substantial Enough to Shout About It
- Many times our gifts are used by other people because its so substantial, when it is us who should be shouting about our own gifts. We miss out on wonderful opportunities to shout.
III. It's Special Enough to Sow Into It
- Often times in your own life it just takes sowing some time and attention into the gifts that God has place in our lives even when they don't look like much.
IV. It's Sure Enough to Secure It
- Stop exposing your gifts to people and things that don't have it's best interest at heart. Keep it for God, because what He has promised He will perform it.
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