Assignments Revealed For Increase

Sunday August 7, 2011

A Word was presented for the Church. Offering message: Mal. 3:10-12 tells us that God rebukes the devourer for our sakes when we bring in the tithes. It also says that all nations (peoples) shall call us blessed. Ps. 115:14-15 gives the truth that God will increase us more and more, us and our children. A word was delivered for two young men in the congregation. Sermon message: God has given us special assignments. We have favor and abilities no one else has, and this is the day for us to reap the harvest. Ps. 67:1-7 God wants His way known here. We need to be worshipers and praisers outside of the church service, too. Then the earth will yield increase. I Thess. 3:11-12 The Lord will make us increase and abound in love to one another and to all men. We are to let our fruit show outside the church building, so that He may establish our hearts blameless in holiness. We are to love in deed and in truth or in practice and sincerity (John 3:18). We are to hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, consider one another to stir up love and good works, and exhort one another as the Day approaches (Heb. 10:23-25). We need to seek God as to how provoke one another in love. We need new life in this body. Jesus taught, preached, and healed by going where the people were (Matt. 9:32-38). Get into the center of activity of the people of this generation. The revival in us must go out from here. The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few (Luke 10:1-2 and John 4:34-38). Our assignment is to pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into the harvest. We must step into the lives of people who need help. Win people to Jesus! I Cor. 3:6-8 God gives the increase to our labor. We’re in this together. We receive our reward according to our labor. Luke 14:12-24 relates about the banquet prepared for the poor, lame, maimed, and blind. Rise into action! Invite those who need to hear the Word to church. Invite them to your house for a meal. We are the harvesters of this generation. Take your assignment to this generation.