Labouring in God’s Kingdom Part – 2

Hebrews 6:10 ——  For God is not unjust; He will not overlook your work and the love that you showed for His sake in serving the saints, as you still do.

God is looking for people who are willing to labour in His vineyard.  Even when he created man in the beginning, He did so, so that they may work in the garden (Genesis 2:15). Work and labour is ordained by God.

When I understood this I was excited.  Each and every work that we do for God is recorded. Nothing we do is wasted. And in addition, the work that we do will multiply and bring forth benefits in our life.

However there is one important condition — whatever we do, must be done purely out of love and not for any other reason.

John9:4 —— I must work the works of Him who sent Me while it is day; the night is coming when no one can work.

Jesus when he lived on this earth was on a mission. He had a very powerful healing ministry, deliverance ministry, teaching ministry, and a powerful catering ministry, and it was all successful. But His greatest mission was to go to Jerusalem and be crucified on that cross, He knew it was the will of His Father, not just an accidental occurrence and Jesus was ready to fulfil it.

Night is coming in everyone’s life, I was at the cemetery once after attending a month’s mind mass and I remarked to Br. Simon, who was standing next to me,” One day our name too will be written there.”

None of us can ever avoid this place which is our final destination on planet earth. As long as we are here during the day, what are we doing? Who are we working for? We must work the works of Him that sent us.

We are placed in this world by God that we may let the light of God shine through our good works, so as to win men to God.

God expects each child of God is to give His whole heart to his Father’s interest and work. Every child of God is to be a worker for God, only then will evangelization of the world be accomplished.

Let every one of us listen and the Father will say to us personally: Son, go work in My vineyard.

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