Hearing the Voice of the Lord in the Time of Harvest

Wednesday May 25, 2011

Offering Notes: Dale Armstrong: Eph. 3:20 God’s ability and power are not a question. We must cooperate with God on His terms for salvation and healing. God wants to fine-tune us and He expects us to be more obedient because He has more to give us. Joshua 1:8 Meditate in the Word that you may observe to do according to what is wirtten. Prosperity is more linked with meditation than giving. Meditate prosperous thoughts and be specific. Mark 11:24 Whatever you desire with description when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you shall have them. In Andorra, Pastor Dale taught someone how to use his faith by the example of putting his faith with his desire. Expect and release faith. Bob Hawk “Hearing the Voice of the Lord in the Time of Harvest” Sermon notes: Deut. 28:1 It shall come to pass if we diligently obey the voice of the Lord to observe His commandments … John 4:34-38 tells us that Jesus’ food was to finish His work. That’s ours also. The fields are already white for harvest, now. We must aggressively win the lost. Look at your field and don’t take your salvation for granted, but be inflamed with the fire of God. Listen to what God is saying. In 1 Cor. 3:6-8 we are told that we are laborers with one another and with God. Everyone will receive his own reward according to his own labor. We must listen to His voice and be in His will, regardless of our circumstances. Rev. 2: 7, 11, 17, 29; 2:3, 6, 13, and 22 say, “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says…” Rev. 3:19-20 We must listen to what God is telling us and be where we belong. Things that are hidden will be revealed, so let your light shine (Mark 4:20-25). Be aggressive and don’t miss the greatest awakening. Hear, and He will give you more. Isaiah 1:19 tells us to be willing and obedient and that we will eat the good of the land. Other texts: 1 Peter 1:14; John 10:1-5; Rom. 8:12-14; John 16:13. Are we willing to spend time in fellowship long enough to hear what He wants to share with us? Don’t listen to the voices of past “strangers”. Listen to God with an open heart. Be specific in what you desire or are asking. Live by the Spirit, and He will guide you and tell you things to come.