Pastor's Corner – September 20th, 2023
Sometimes we forget that as Christians, we are “agents of Christ”. As agents, we are always on assignment.
Often times we forget that we ourselves are not always the main characters in our divine assignments.
We also forget sometimes that failure in a particular part of our assignment does not make our mission a failed one.
In the holy design of the system of communication between Heaven and Earth, windows play a critical role in our lives. As we perform our daily assignments, God uses the windows of heaven to communicate with us. He uses heavenly windows to pour out punishment and He uses those same windows to pour out blessings. The punishments, like a GPS, let us know that we’ve made a wrong turn. The blessings nourish us and encourage us to continue in a particular direction.
A door may be closed in front of you, but your Father has a supply above you! In the Bible, the “windows of heaven” being opened, were first used for the downpour of rain.
(Genesis 7:11. 8:2). So, receive this as a word for you, your family, work, and ministry today: “The Lord will open to you His good treasure, the heavens, to give the rain to your land in its season, and to bless all the work of your hand.” (Deuteronomy 28: 12)
So, what’s the application here? We should not become weary while doing good. Your work in your Church, on your job, in your home…is not in vain.
Keep the windows of your heart open and see if won’t God pour out a blessing from the windows of heaven too great to hold.