I enjoy deer hunting. I look forward to pre season scouting, tilling in food plots and setting up deer stands. It seems, however, that during late winter my enthusiasm diminishes due to lack of involvement. My excitement is quickly refueled once the spring rolls in and the new G.O.N. (Georgia outdoor news) shows up in the mailbox. Just as ambition can slow due to lack of involvement in the woods, so can our service and even our love for Christ. A new class or revival may occur at our church sparking great exhilaration only to be short lived with most. The thrill of the hunt is not spending long hours in mosquito infested forest but, a few months later 30 feet up a tree watching a buck head into my sites. The Lords work will require me to spend, or should I say dedicate some time in uncomfortable conditions. Our reward comes when a lost soul walks into the feed ground. Be encouraged today for the harvest is ripe for the picking and someone is waiting on YOU to talk with them. Stand strong on the promises that Jesus has laid out in His word.
Just a thought from my heart. I invite you to leave a comment below with your thoughts. May Christ be the center of your home and life today.
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