Oh Lord, I pray that people will come unto You for salvation. That they will no longer be partway in, but go all in to serve You. Surely the harvest is ripe, but only a few laborers are found. Even You are the Lord of the vineyard and are looking for those who are ready to be a beacon of light and hope to the lost. I am ready and willing to do whatever You call for me in this life, and have seen much fruit from Your dealing with me also. It has come with persecution as well, but I knew that I would have to go through the fire, in order to find the one soul who is ready to be saved. For even if one person out of a thousand would give their lives to You, the angels would be rejoicing with me. I love to see people come to know You, Lord, even into a deeper relationship than before. You have given me words to speak to people, and I am so grateful. It is my prayer that I will continue to be used for Your glory. But Lord, I know that I cannot bring the gospel to everyone. We need more people at the front lines, ready to preach, teach, pray with others, do acts of service, lend an ear to hear people, and help those who are less fortunate. Surely, doing this is what it means to love our neighbor. It is our calling in life to come unto You for salvation and then live out our faith. Nothing this world offers us can satisfy our souls like Your love can. There is only temporary joy and satisfaction through things I’ve discovered in life apart from You. But with Your presence in my life, I am satisfied. There is nothing greater than bringing Your love into another person’s life. It is so good. I just wish that people would understand this. I love You, Lord. I praise You and give You great glory. Amen.
Mark 12:9-11 (KJV)
9 What shall therefore the lord of the vineyard do? he will come and destroy the husbandmen, and will give the vineyard unto others.
10 And have ye not read this scripture; The stone which the builders rejected is become the head of the corner:
11 This was the Lord’s doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?
God has been using people for centuries to do His work in His vineyard. The question is, are you allowing God to use you?