Do Your Part

Apostle Grace Lubega

Luke 16:10 (KJV); He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much.

God rewards faithfulness above gift.

I have been approached by Christians who seek to know their destinies and what they will be in the future.

Indeed, the Lord by His grace may allow a minister to see your future and what it is you must become but that should not be the primary focus for a man or woman on a journey of purpose.

Even if it is good to know where you are going, it is important that you do your part in the small things that you have been entrusted with now.

Simply because God has called you to be a great minister who will stand before multitudes does not mean that you start to find ways of gaining access to a pulpit and the spotlight.

Some Christians who know that great destinies await them have folded their hands and are waiting for those destinies to somehow fall into their laps.

That is not how it works, child of God.

Moses’ calling was to deliver the children of Israel out of Egypt and lead them into the Promised Land but he had to be faithful at the point when God put him to tend Jethro’s sheep.

Joseph was called to be a great statesman. He had a dream where he saw his family bowing to him but there was a process that required faithfulness under the hand of Potiphar.

Yes, you have a great call upon your life. Your future is bright and your destiny is great.

However, as led by God, you ought to find something to do and to be faithful in that.

If it is ministry, be part. If it is responding to instructions on the altar, do so.

As you are faithful in the little, you will be propelled toward your God-given destiny.

FURTHER STUDY: 1 Corinthians 4:2, Matthew 25:21


God rewards faithfulness above gift.

PRAYER: Loving father, I thank you for this instruction. I receive it in humility because this is the wisdom by which I grow. What a great privilege to serve the Almighty God! I do so with the greatest joy wherever you have placed me. I choose to be both available and committed Lord. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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