“A slave does the minimum requirement; the servant does the maximum potential. A slave is stolen from, a servant gives; a slave has to, the servant gets to. The servant looks for opportunities, rather than waits for orders. He foresees the needs of the one he serves and fills them without having to be asked.”
The above quote is from Page 91 of The Book Honor’s Reward by John Bevere
This is one of those quotes that just makes something explodes on the inside or compels people stand up and give a clap offering and say Amen during a Church Service.
It’s absolutely incredible don’t you think?
Even better, this advice can has multiple
You can use it at work, while serving at church,
as you minister to others…
The possibilities are endless
For me personally it’s a powerful reminder
when I’m at work
Will I be a slave and produce the bare minimal
like many others do?
Or will I serve those appointed over me like a servant?
For a see many slaves but very few servants
It’s like the bible says in Matthew 9:37-38
“Then He said to His disciples, “The harvest truly is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.”
Do what you will with this but…
I believe there is a harvest of uncontainable blessing
available to those who sow seeds by serving.
So let’s be servants
You’re Brother In Christ,
“Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, That there may be food in My House, And try Me now in this,”
Say the Lord of host “If I will not open for you the windows of heaven And pour out for you such blessing That there will not be room enough to receive it.”
Should I tithe the gross or the net?
This is the question I asked myself
the day I decided to tithe
I remember vividly the battle that
was going on in my mind over this
It was like my spirit was telling me
the gross when my flesh was telling
me the net will do…
As the Battle continued the Holy Spirit
reminded me of Mark 4:24:
“…With the same measure you use,
it will be measure to you”
I don’t know about you but I don’t want
to get to heaven and find out all the
half measure blessings I got instead
of the full rewards God wanted to
bless me with.
Which is why Malachi 3:10 absolutely amazes me
It’s like God calling us out in our giving,
basically telling us…
My blessings are so incredible when you are
faithful to me with 10%, watch how I bless
the other 90%
As I read this scripture I receive another
Check this out:
What the Lord showed me when the word says:
“… That there may be food in My House”
For what purpose does a bodybuilder use food for?
For strength to work out to receive the fruit of
Want more power in your worship?
How about a more explosive prayer life?
Favor in the marketplace?
Perhaps the answer in another revelation I
“It is impossible to sow and not reap”
Your Brother In Christ,