The Father says today stay “others” oriented. Do not fall into the snare of self-absorption. The enemy wants you to look at your situation, your problem and your trials – and nothing else. Know this, that seeking first the kingdom carries with it a demand of looking away from your need, and your problem, to the needs of others. Do not give in to the distraction of the urgent, or the immediate. Are you capable of turning away from your own necessity and looking to the wants of others? If you can do nothing else, says the Father, you can intercede, pray and cry out to Me, not only for your own legitimate needs, but regarding what is going on in the lives of those around you.
Don’t take your eyes off the harvest. For every disciple, every apostle and every saint who was included in the narrative of the New Testament – there were situations and circumstances demanding them to think only of themselves, and not the needs of others. They purchased to themselves a godly heritage by becoming willing workers in My harvest, even though at times their own needs were great – even all consuming. Become a servant-son this day. See yourself as a handmaiden of My throne. Refuse to ascribe to yourself callings that are not connected with something you are actually doing. Seeing yourself as walking in a call without actually sacrificing yourself for that purpose is a form of deception. Make yourself available. Pour out your life like a drink offering. Know that I am working in your situation as you relentlessly seek first the kingdom.
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