Who is your master? It has been declared that we cannot serve two masters. Our actions will reflect who we really serve; so we must ask ourselves the question, “Whose works am I justifying?”
“We must work the works of him who sent me while it is day; night is coming, when no one can work. As long as I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” (John 9:4-5)
Now is the time to act, sow and plant. The harvest has already started. The Lord handpicks His most beloved servants and anoints them to lead over His people. If you are at a loss on what to do, then you must ask and seek guidance from the Lord. You may know the Lord’s ways through the advice of the Prophet.
As the mouthpiece of God, the Prophet knows how to tell you what God has in store for you. He can prophecy about things to be fulfilled, in order for you to know that He was sent from God. Beware of soothsayers and witchcraft. Learn to distinguish the forces that are not from God and real prophecy.
Anything from God must be fulfilled. Therefore if the Prophet declares it, we must obey! That we may all receive the blessings the Lord has in store for us. This is the time for His servants to receive their reward. The enemy will not want you to prosper, but the Lord will never truly allow him to stop you. It is a test of faith! It is a test of the power that you have to receive by acting on the prompting from the Holy Spirit.
Try it out yourself and get a firsthand experience on how your works of faith reap the blessings from the Hand of God!