The art of being a servant is a heavenly gift
to be cultivated.
SAYING here am I, send me is very easy, but everything
that incorporates that decision is what we cannot measure. When we begin to
walk or live a Christian lifestyle, humanly we are filled with emotion and we
say both privately and in public, promises and desires to try to return part of
what God has given us. We do this so that others also know the love of God that
we are already living. Serving God through the church and other institutions is
the best way and the perfect occasion to demonstrate the power of the Holy
Spirit in us. But, when we say to God: "Here am I, send me", are we
willing to start by cleaning the bathrooms if necessary? Do we consider washing
workers' feet just as Christ did with each of his disciples?
"As they approached Jerusalem, near
Bethphage and Bethany, in front of the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two of his
Mark 11. 1
When we are sent by Christ, we must be willing
to submit to his authority and without wandering to abide by what he asks of us
for the extension of the kingdom of heaven. For example, going out to
distribute food to homeless people. Possibly God asks us to go out and cut the
hair of these same people, as he can tell us that although we are the managers,
we sweep to help the cleaning staff because due to external forces, one of
these people is so depressed that he cannot even handle his lifetime.
“And he said to them: Go to the village in
front of you, and as soon as you enter it, you will find a tied colt, on which
no man has ridden; untie him and bring him. "
Mark 11. 2
The King of kings did not need a majestic steed
to enter Jerusalem in triumph. The Creator of heaven and earth touched the
leper, the sick, and dignified them by recovering their state of health and
restoring them as full citizens. The life giver had no problem dealing with a
woman with difficulties in his six previous marriages, he lifted her up and
made her know the love of the Father which freed her from the ties that had her
tied to a counterproductive lifestyle to her. So, we as children of God and as
his envoys, what are we willing to do and to what extent are we going to obey
the orders of the Spirit of God?
God bless you.
God bless you and bring revelation into your
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