Often Christians are found waiting on God to show up before they really step out for Him.
Too often we pray about and wait on God to give us a sign when He has already given us His Word. For instance, we don’t have to pray about loving or forgiving others. God has already commanded that we are to love one another and forgive one another. Yet, when someone has hurt us and they ask that we forgive them, we are prone to say, “I’ll have to pray about that.” What is there to pray about?
We don’t have to pray and wait for a sign about stepping up and sharing the gospel on the streets of Beaufort and surrounding communities because God has commanded us to go into all the world sharing the gospel and making disciples.
There is no need for us to pray and wait for a sign to step up and feed the hungry, visit the sick and imprisoned, comfort the hurting, cloth the naked, or a myriad of other ministries we are already called to accomplish.
We don’t have to have a sign from God to step up and pray the prayer of faith for the sick, the infirmed, the downtrodden, the lost, the bruised and battered lives of our world.
We don’t need a sign, we need to get busy.