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"Jerry retired Trucker- Author- Ph.D. in Philosophy/ Life Coach from Kingdom Ambassadors Global Univ. & Currently MHC Life University"

Circuit Riding Preacher On Assignment


Opening Statement

Greetings everyone, I come before you humbly today thanking you for giving me a chance to exercise my gift in front of such a large assembly of pastors. Beloved, I have sought the Lord on what I might bring before you today, and I believe he has placed this message deep within my spirit.

Saints, it is one that I believe will challenge us as men of God to realize the need for unity and reciprocity to be present and active in our fellowship, yes dear pastors, to be all we can be for the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ which is proclaiming the greatest news on Earth that yes beloved, “Our Awesome God Loves to Save Sinners!”

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Watch For Thieves Hid In Trees

Beloved, when the Lord placed this message upon my heart, I thought of how it must have been crossing the hot Arabian desert especially in bible days like the recorded event in bible history found in (Genesis 24) in the word of God where Abraham’s choice servant was sent on a long journey to bring back a wife for his son Isaac.

Beloved pastors, being a philosopher, I have an expanded imagination that sometimes helps me understand situations that normally would be impossible. First, we know the scriptures state in (1 Corinthians 2: 14) that the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

Please understand dear pastors that I believe my little illustration will serve to open our eyes to where we are today and why we desperately need love and unity including harmony among our ranks especially as we fulfill the call and challenges that are now upon us however beloved, there is a difference in unity and harmony.

Dear pastors, we can tie the tails of two cats to each other, and they will get together but beloved we all know there will be no harmony which sadly is where some churches are in our world today with their own little clichés leaving others to fend for themselves.

Beloved pastors, I mentioned that this message can be better explained by using our imagination of what it must have been like when Abraham’s servant was sent to find his son Isaac a wife. Beloved, here they are crossing the Arabian desert in the hot sun, and they see a desert oasis in the distance.

Dear pastors can you imagine what a welcoming site that could be with the cool water sheltered by palm trees even some dates on some of the trees, however in this setting there is just one problem, the guide over the party does not want to stop and enjoy the blessing. Dear pastors, the guide keeps urging them on until they get past the oasis then stops to retrieve a drink from their canteens.

Beloved saints of God, the guide then looks at the angry party and asks them to look back at where they thought would be a good place to stop, telling them “I guess you thought I was uncaring and that I have no heart when in reality, if you look closely at the trees surrounding the water, you will see the outlines of men that are thieves that would have robbed us leaving us stranded in this hot desert.”

Challenged By the Ant

Beloved pastors and fellow peers, I believe this little illustration will be used of God to understand and realize not only where we are on his time table but where we are including where we stand in a world that is changing every day and that beloved, is why I believe the Lord has inspired me to turn to the book of (Proverbs 6:6-11) and attempt to bring an inspiring message through the study of little creatures we call an Ant, which Solomon called a people that have so much wisdom that the lazy person is challenged to study their ways and be wise.

A. The Ant Is Determined

B. It does not easily give up!

C. They find a way to overcome life’s challenges

D. Ants work together in harmony

E. Takes advantage of whatever opportunity is before them.

F. The Ant Communicate with each other

G. Every ant has A Job in the colony

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H. Pass off Information

I. They are industrious in their building

J. They take out their trash

K. They collect food in the proper seasons to prepare for tough times.

L. They work without being asked

M. They work without showing off

N. They have cows (aphids) that they heard, protect and milk

O. They will fight to their death

P. They are attached to their young

Ants Are Little People


My Conclusion

Dear saints, I want to personally thank the lead Pastor in charge of this gathering for allowing me to exercise and fulfill the call of God upon my life, for not only being invited but to address this assembly of such great powerful anointed men of God.

Beloved, all things eventually end and in closing this message from Heaven, I want to close with some important scripture verses which can be found in God’s Holy word.

(1 Corinthians 3: 18-23)

18 Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise.

19 For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.

20 And again, The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain.

21 Therefore let no man glory in men. For all things are yours.

22 Whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or life, or death, or things present, or things to come; all are yours.

23 And ye are Christ's; and Christ is God's.

Beloved, these scriptures both challenge and give us hope that “God’s work done his way, shall never lack for resources.” Just remember beloved Pastors, that Mr. George Muller built one of the largest orphanages throughout England with a prayer and confidence in believing God to meet his need and bless the work of his hands.

Pastors and fellow peers, it has been a rich blessing to stand before you today and share from my heart and especially from the word of God. Beloved, notice the words in verse twenty-two that say, “All are Yours!”

Saints of God, these scriptures listed in 1 Corinthians chapter three are informing us that, “we do not rely on man but have confidence that we can with thanksgiving and praise, enter the presence of God and get what we need to accept the call upon our life and fulfill the great commission” as recorded in (Matthew 28:18-20).

Beloved saints, we have a mandate from the Lord to Preach the gospel to all nations, baptizing new believers and not be slack concerning conducting follow up ministry by disciplining those who receive Christ that they may be trained to disciple others because dear pastors, “You cannot give, what you do not have to give, and it comes only through and by experience in sitting at the feet of Jesus.

Dear pastors, we need others in our lives, and as Christians, we need to have common goals because these goals help develop creativity and innovation or (new methods) to bring people together. Beloved, these goals serve to encourage people to communicate more and look for a solution to a problem that might arise instead of complaining as they walk away.

Dear pastors and fellow peers, our goals should be to glorify God and spread the message of the Lord Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world therefore beloved, we should be so empty when our time comes, that we have nothing left in us to pour out, for we have given our all. A-Men

Dear saints of God, I saw this little saying or something like it while driving my 18-wheeler over the road and I want to share it with you; People who labor to bring some sunshine into the life of others, cannot keep it from themselves.

International Evangelist Jerry W. Hulse Ph.D. Miracle Life Church International

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2022 Jerry W Hulse

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