Here Am I; Send Me
Have you ever wanted to pray but not been sure what to pray for? In Matthew 9:37 Jesus gives us an example of a specific prayer to pray, for a specific result. In the “field of souls” that is the world of those lost in sin, Jesus sees how great is the need. Many are needed to spread the word and tell the lost of the saving Message of the Gospel. Imagine a 10,000 acre farm with only 5 or 6 people available to gather the crop. You would want to find equipment to assist the workers AND also find more workers! Otherwise, much of the crop would never be harvested and subsequently lost. The crop we are seeking, however, is not cotton, corn, or wheat, but the SOULS of people who desperately need Jesus. How can we not join in the harvest? So...pray this prayer, fervently, frequently, and faithfully. Ask God (the Lord of the Harvest) to send forth workers to the field of souls. We all have family, friends, neighbors and acquaintances who dearly need the Truth. And when the Gospel asks, “What about you, servant of God? Will you be one of His workers?”, you can answer, “Here am I; send me” (Isaiah 6:8). A lost world waits for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Let all of us rise to the occasion and serve the Master in the field of souls.
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