The message about the word being sown in your heart is powerful. I can relate to this with the anointing destroying the yoke. There have been a lot of yokes being destroyed in my life. This month the lord has been dealing with me about temptations. Flee from youthful lust. There are some things you have to run from because they are going to cause you to sin. Then, when you run from them don’t go back to try to see if you’re strong enough to handle it. Run from it and don’t go back. God will always provide a way of escape: 1 Corinthians 10:13. Just because he provides a way of escape does not mean you need to just be looking for things that will tempt you. We as Christians should avoid temptations as much as we can. The Lord is so good, he’s a faithful God. When the word is sown in your heart the enemy will try to steal that word from you. You have to keep your heart right so that it can work properly. Keep your heart right with God so the enemy can’t come and steal what’s been placed in you from His kingdom. You don’t want to be the person who hears the word and when tribulation and persecution comes for the word he gets offended. Do not take any offence in your heart. When your heart is right, you can hear the word, understand it and bear fruit. Then you will have a 60 to 100 fold harvest in your life.
Our job is to sow the word. There will be results, some will reject, some will accept and bear fruit. Our job is to spread the “GOOD NEWS”. People need to have an open heart to receive the word. We cannot convince them intellectually of the truth and the need for Jesus. Their hearts must be prepared and ready. God can take you, use you a good and honest heart. Be prepared and ready; open to hear the word of God. We need to let it speak to us. We do not want to be like the man in James who looks in the mirror and doesn’t recognize the things that need fixing. We need good soil, a good and honest heart that receives and retains the truth; seed will grow and new life will manifest. (John 17:17) Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.
We take the word and hide it in or hearts, it comes to life in us. We are quick to forgive offenses, and walk in the love of Christ. I ask myself who do I want to be, the answer is who does God want me to be? His will, not mine. I am an ambassador, a representative of God. I do not fear the enemy for He is under my feet; I go boldly and prosper wherever I am sent in His name. God is no respecter of persons. (Luke 10:19) He has given us power to trend on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you. The Holy Spirit will sustain you. The Love of God, He will never leave you nor forsake you.
This has been one of the most powerful conferences in which I have ever participated. Speakers like the pastor from Turkey and Retired US Army General literally shocked (in a good meaning of this word) many in the audience. After the camp meeting, I had a chance to talk to several people and all of them had gotten “their eyes opened”. The messages of those two speakers were such a revelation about what`s going on on the global scene that it`s hard to overemphasize it. It is really a life changing message about finances and other matters in nowadays society. Even to me personally (though I knew lots of things there was spoken about) there were many points of bad surprise…especially those in the General`s message about how far America has been pushed towards socialism, which inevitably leads to self destruction and how fast things are escalating. I would highly recommend to everybody get these messages and listen to them, for sure. It wouldn`t be a waste of your time. It’s obvious for anyone to see that a lot of things in this world are wrong, but not many of us had an idea to what extent it`s gone. In order to fight wickedness and evil we have to realize and see it. We can`t beat an unseen enemy, but when it is exposed we know how to pray and what to do. And as the cherry on top of all this week we had an amazing graduation ceremony for the River Bible Institute students.