The Altar honors those who honor It


A true servant, a good and faithful servant, keeps his thoughts focused on the will of his Lord. And this is not only from time to time, no! Whether he is in church, at home, outside, this is, anywhere.

I do not believe God has sporadic servants. Either you are His servant 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, or you do not serve Him. Either you are the Temple of the Holy Spirit, or you are not.

For this reason, those who serve the Most High are aware of their responsibilities and do not turn away from them for anything. Family, friendships or any other commitment will ever interfere in their priority of service to the Lord. He permanently occupies the thoughts of the servant because He is his Lord, his Owner, his Father.

The most glorious in service to the Lord are the inspirations of His will given by the Holy Spirit. The servant has no doubt as to what is the will of the Lord; he knows what has to be done and does it. In the meantime, the Lord awaits His will to be done. And more: He never asks for the impossible. All He asks for is what you can give or do.

Also, a good and faithful servant knows how to please the Lord very well. This is what we see in the parable of the three servants (Matthew 25.14-30). Right after handing out the talents, the Master traveled. They already knew what they had to do. It is no different with us, because His Spirit is within us.

If anyone serves Me, let him follow Me; and where I am, there My servant will be also. If anyone serves Me, him My Father will honor. John 12.26

May the Spirit of God serve more of His servants and awaken the faith of all others.

Bishop Edir Macedo
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