Your Labor is Not in Vain


Sometimes, we pray for someone to get saved and then are privileged to lead them to Jesus, but most often, it’s someone else who leads them into salvation. Being part of a family means that we all work together by doing our part and pressing towards the same goal. We can’t always be near the ones we’re praying for, whether because of physical or even emotional distance, so we ask God to send laborers to them who can lead them to Jesus. God hears and answers our prayers, and John 3:16 says that it’s His desire for everyone to be saved, so we can’t give up just because we don’t see the immediate results. Nothing we do for God is in vain! God is faithful!

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Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day! … ronnie

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