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So He told His disciples that a small boat should be kept ready for Him because of the multitude, lest they should crush Him. Mark 3:9

It is worthwhile to consecrate yourself to God as Jesus did. Even though He was the Son of God, He came into the world as a man, stripping Himself of His divine condition. To be an instrument of blessing, the Master always sought to do the Father’s will. At the time of such biblical passage, the people could be out of control when seeing the wonders of Christ. Therefore, He asked His disciples to prepare a small boat.

This lesson should be used in all works of God. For example, the churches buildings should be solid, built with the best technique and full protection so no one gets hurt. After we act irresponsibly, it will be to no avail to ask the Lord to increase the capacity of the slab to withstand the weight of the crowd that gathers or runs to come closer to the one who is preaching. You must learn the lesson on safety!

In the church, everything must obey one command: the Word of the Lord. It is not right to let the workers attend the rest places of the female workers; that a man and woman who are single and workers of the house of God go out together to visit others or get together to consecrate themselves in rooms and go up the hills to pray without the company of married and responsible people. At any sign of evil intent, there must be a rebuke to the height of the danger it represents. The Lord was being used in a special way, which is why He taught us the lesson that talks about an escape. 

The Lord was being used in a special way, so He gave us the lesson of escape. He could have paralyzed those people, if necessary, but by ordering the preparation of a small boat, He would teach us something. The Master wanted us to look at certain things we ought to be careful with. He knew how to consecrate Himself and He did this often. However, most of the time, we do not realize the threats around us because we execute the work in any which way. 

Elisha lived in consecration and had a special ministry given by God. When one of His disciples dropped the iron ax – which was borrowed – in the lake – the prophet threw a stick into the water and, defying the law of gravity, made the ax float (2 Kings 6: 6). The divine operation only exists where the leader and those that are led remain in consecration. As we are dealing with the work of God, let us follow His warnings.

He who is an instrument of the Almighty must give twice the attention because of temptations. He must also be humble, recognizing that all the honor of his actions is to the Lord, for He has allowed them to be fulfilled. Walking in communion with the Father will make you participate in many missions that will gladden His heart and the needy. From the very beginning of your ministry, watch and pray so that you don’t fall into temptations (Matthew 26:41).

God desires to lift up His servants to shake the Earth and give the wise men of this world the opportunity to leave their mad philosophy behind and fill themselves with the wisdom from on High (1 Corinthians 1:20). All the works of the Lord will be for His glory. Be aware of the limits of any area of life, financial, spiritual, and be respectful to your  fellow man.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord, perfect Master! How many lessons did Jesus leave us, such as the escape or prevention to avoid accidents in Your house or in Your work. Help us to understand and to retain such teachings.

If we prepare ourselves in prayer and Bible study, we will be Your instruments to evangelize multitudes and teach them to love You. We need to give You the time we waste with futility, which distances us from Your presence.

When people see that we are used by You, it will happen to us as it was in the days of Jesus, when thousands threw themselves upon Him to touch Him. Your virtue departed from the Master and will leave us to heal the sick and deliver the oppressed. Amen!


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