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Summary: Often times the Work of God is not visible to the eye.

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WHERE ARE THE FLOWERS?

By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr.

Kyfingers@aol.com

TEXT:

Gal 6:9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.

James 1:2 Count it all JOY...when?? When we have hard

test? How can we do this? vs 2) When we see tests have have a purpose / a plan.

But see tests and patience are modern day bad words!!

Luke 21: 19 In your patience possess ye your souls. How’s that for a ugly ducking??

James 1:4 But let patience have her perfect work....

Psa. 23...The Lord is my shepherd I shall not WANT

I am again pondering:

Gal 6:9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.

When I was a school teacher, I taught my students to

watch for the word IF in writing, as it should be

identified as a trigger word of possibility.

Therefore catch the possibilities here listed...

it is possible to faint in weariness or to thrive in

opportunity.

There is a spirit of error that would infest Christian workers if we allow our choices to so take us to this area.

This spirit of error is feeling and wanting to see

what I have done or the need to see what God has

done.

May I identify this as a spirit of error an not offend anyone??

Please listen my fellow workers.....

We go through seasons.

Wisdom will learn to identify seasons...

plus real wisdom not only identifies spiritual

seasons but prepares for the up coming season.

(Prov 6:6)Lesson from the ANTS?

Few ever discipline their heart for preparation for

up coming seassons.

My neighbor heats with wood, in the hot part of

summer, I can hear the chain saw buzzing for he

knows winter is coming.

How wise would we be to see winter coming to prepare

in the word.

If we can’t see the little picture of today’s plan who will prepare by faith for season’s picture??

1 Cor 14:8 For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to battle??

Few prepare for battle, for we forget we are in a war, and some even teach that we modern Christians shall be exempt from the storms and trials that Elijah, Moses and others faced.

So we expect the easy road???

What about the best road??

Nothing in life creates more deep seated anxieties than the false assumption that life should be free from anxieties and problems.

Let me first establish, problems within them self will not neccessarily make you weak or strong.....

Problems and obstacles are neutral, it is what we do

that determines the work?

Problems and obstacles will just show if you be

strong, or if you be weak.

We don’t want to fight the good fight, ....is this

wisdom??

Psa 139:23 Search me , O God, and know my heart: TRY ME, and know my thoughts.

There is this most stupid argument going on with some, should we pray for patience??

This is not smart question.

You don’t have to pray for patience, for does not

life teach all living of any walk that patience will

come??

My thought is what does the word say??

James’ book addresses practical Christian living,

therefore we spend more time in Revelations, but

James has some real lessons on patience, we must


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