THURSDAY, JANUARY 13
Scripture: Genesis 6:5-7
Genesis 6:5-7 states, “For each one shall bear his own load. Let him who is taught the word share in all good things with him who teaches. Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.” The first question we have to ask when it comes to accessing the judicial hand of God is, Are we sowing into an altar that is pure? If we want to grow corn, buying and planting oats only gives an oat crop. What seed are we sowing? Are we sowing where God intends? The third issue is fullness of iniquity. Wickedness can prevail to the point that it threatens the` harvest of a generation. To save the harvest, God has to intervene. Jesus died for a harvest of nations. Are we going to allow evil to destroy our harvest before we bring it in? That becomes the central question. If the enemy is reaching fullness, only the judicial hand of God can save. The reason that as leaders we must be a terror to evil is we cannot allow our God-appointed harvest to be filled with iniquity before we get to bring the harvest in. That is the battle-plan of with the enemy. He is attempting to destroy our harvest by filling it with iniquity so it has to be judged. We do have a job and that job is redemptive. Terrorizing evil means that many more can and will be saved. We have a generation that has not seen the church confront evil and terrorize it. That has to stop. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word. It takes time to recover but it is a process and every day that we apply ourselves we gain ground.