“THE INVISIBLE SEASON OF MINISTRY”

Don’t let the enemy convince you that what you are doing for God isn’t going to be fruitful. Results sometimes are more anticipated than seen in the beginning. The sower doesn’t see the effects of his work until after the season changes. However, he knows and believes, beneath the surface, the seed is working and will one day spring up. It’s imperative that he stays committed to what he is hoping for and not get distracted by the frustration of what hasn’t happened yet.

Let me encourage a Kingdom worker today that has become weary in what seems like the invisible season of ministry. It’s a time when you must labor in hope and are guided by faith and not emotions. You have to believe that something is happening no matter how things may appear. Trust the seed and anticipate what has been promised to you. When the seasons change, everything you’ve planted will come breaking forth.

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