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Gather My saints together to Me, those who have made a covenant with Me by sacrifice.     Psalm 50.5

God’s saints possess the qualifications to be soldiers who will fight the forces of the enemy when they attack any member of the Body of Christ. We are not weak, and even if we feel so, we must confess otherwise. Healing will come by confessing the Truth, as the Word says: Beat your plowshares into swords and your pruning hooks into spears; let the weak say, I am strong (Joel 3.10).

Those who are sanctified in Christ must not sin, but if they are stained by any temptation, even if it is hidden from the eyes of all, it is best to tell the Lord about it and get full restoration to God’s family and ministry (1 John 1.9). We have been given tools to lead the saved, but if there is any need, we can forge some to be swords!

The soldiers of the heavenly army must be in shape, and to do so, they need to exercise in faith and remain in communion with the Commander – Jesus. Why be overweight – anxieties, worries and fears – if this will cause them to lose battles and become a burden to others? (Hebrews 12.1,2; 1 Peter 5.7). A simple look with impure intention, for example, already separates us from the Lord of the harvest. So, don’t be like Achan, who hid his sin (Joshua 7.21).

The shepherd has to watch over his sheep. When he observes that some no longer pray as is the Christian’s duty, or give other signs of not being well with God, he needs to call them to a faith meeting with spiritually strengthened brethren and lead them to understand their position in the Lord. As for the weak, it is likely that the devil has already separated them from faith and divine love, and is ready to snatch them up. Be a true shepherd of the flock!

It is no exaggeration to comment that the devil tempts some Christians with “special” proposals, and that is their doom and the doom of their families. An example of the onslaughts of the evil one was when David, as a young man, faced a lion and then a bear – who sought to take one of his sheep. Isn’t that what Peter said happens all the time (1 Peter 5.8)? In the case of a marital divorce, the shepherd is partly to blame, because he is the watchman of his flock.

Those who joined the Church were brought to Jesus by the Father: No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up at the last day (John 6.44). The Master’s revelations are profound and worthy of being studied with care and dedication. In the case of the revelation of this verse, it shows that the Father is personally involved in the salvation worked in those who were lost. In light of this, will the shepherd do nothing to seek him? (Luke 15.4-7). Be alert!

The shepherd was lifted up to be the example of the flock, in order to lead the sheep until the Day of Rapture. Otherwise, he will answer for those absent in the group of the raptured (Hebrews 13.17b). We have made a covenant with the Savior with sacrifices on our part, but we don’t always keep it. Come back to God!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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God of the Covenant! We place ourselves before You to gather Your saints and ask for mercy for us, for we were lacking in ministerial commitments. Therefore, we confess our mistakes!

The covenant made with us is one of sacrifice, but we give no importance to this condition. We live as if the biblical admonitions did not exist, considering only the mistakes of others and not our own. Father, help us!

May Your Spirit convict us of our faults. Our commitment has to be fulfilled to the full extent of Your Word, but we have not been doing that. Look at those who have strayed from You, bring them back into Your fold, and use us in Your love!


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