Harvest Hands – Tiffany

February 6, 2012  
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When he looked out over the crowds, his heart broke. So confused and aimless they were, like sheep with no shepherd. “What a huge harvest!” he said to his disciples. “How few workers! On your knees and pray for harvest hands!” (Matthew 9:36-38 MSG)

Jesus loves us so much, he still and always will have a heart for people. No matter how bad we mess up, he will always take us back. Jesus saw our hurting and foolish ways and wanted a better way for us he wants a change in us. And the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings cared so much for us that he commanded his disciples to pray for more leaders, “harvest hands” to help us and guide us.

As I read this I felt the compassion that Jesus had on the crowd. I thought about how he saw every ones hurts and how they were being confused by the world and it touched his heart. Even though some may not admit it, people really want a change, they really want a better way of life. You might be the only one that sees that or knows a persons pain and sometimes all you can do is pray for them. But know this, it’s one of the greatest things you CAN do for them. So just as Jesus commanded his disciples…. on your knees and pray! Having problems praying? Well then pray that you pray. Nothing wrong with praying for your prayer life.

Someone once said ‘evil prevails when good people do nothing.’ Even though you may take a “neutral” stance, you are not neutral at all, you are in fact taking a malevolent stance. Think about it.

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    2 Responses to “Harvest Hands – Tiffany”
    1. Minister Charles Campbell says:

      I loved it, it really opened my eyes on some things. Bless you and your ministry and may God bless u as u blessed me today.

    2. Minister Charles Campbell says:

      I loved it, it really opened my eyes on some things. Bless you and your ministry and may God bless u as u blessed me today. This is my email charlescampbell2.cc@gmail

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