We don’t need to know the results

How many of us could go through life like this man, and never hear any results from our ministry efforts until forty years had passed?

We must be reminded that God is taking notice of everything we do for Him. If nobody knows about it, it’s OK. We should desire praise from God more than man. We should be so in touch with Him, and know His presence and approval, and that should carry us onward.

To all those that say, “what good are tracts anyway?” “I never heard of anybody getting saved from a tract”.

May you be blessed with encouragement. as you listen

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11 Responses to “We don’t need to know the results”

  1. Loretta Says:

    I’m glad to know that the Lord will what He wills with His Word. He commissions us
    to sow the seed of His Word, and it is He that makes it grow. So praise God we can
    trust Him and we know He is faithful to seek and save the lost, and bring them to Himself
    as His children for His own possession. He is faithful.

  2. timbob Says:

    Greetings. For some reason, my computer goes nutty and doesn’t play youtube items, so I was unable to listen to the testimony. Nonetheless, the point made here is noteworthy. Gods word will never return void and he often uses that which the world may find absurd to reach those who have ears to hear. When we just head out with a handful of tracts; (even if we don’t think they’re written well) we never know how the Lord is going to work.

  3. timbob Says:

    Oops. I forgot the most important part of the comment.

    “Have a blessed day in Jesus!”

  4. rjperalta Says:

    Loretta,
    What can a say, but “Amen!”. We are “seed sowers” that is what we are. It’s a joy to have a part in reaching the lost for Him. I can truly say there is nothing I enjoy more.
    May God pour out his grace as you go out.

  5. rjperalta Says:

    Timbob,
    Sorry you couldn’t check this out. I was blessed to hear the testimony.
    So true, “even if we don’t like the way they are written”. I have seen that one work many times.
    “Have a blessed day in Jesus!”

  6. Miss T Says:

    So much disappointment and heartache would be avoided, if all was done for the glory of God, instead of praise from humans. Christians are not here to win popularity awards, or to be placed on pedestals. We are here to glorify God, and spread the goodnews. Thank you for this blessed reminder Brother. I’ll visit the post you recommended now. 🙂 T

  7. Joel Says:

    rj, keep up the good work my friend!

  8. rjperalta Says:

    Miss T,
    So true.
    Thanks for stopping by.
    May you be blessed as you go out

  9. rjperalta Says:

    Joel,
    Thank you. May you also keep up the “good work” and be blessed as you go.

  10. lionelwoods7 Says:

    Hey bro,

    Man a lot of times at my home church people will give testimony of their evangelisitc efforts and say “5 people got saved” I ususally cringe at such a notion. I do understand what they mean but I don’t agree a bit that they were “saved”. We must see the ongoing fruit follow up with discipleship and encourage them along the way. It is like throwing a grenade in enemy territory and then giving a debriefing that we have destroyed the oppostion!

  11. rjperalta Says:

    Lionelwoods7,
    I know what you mean about making easy assumptions that people “get saved”. However, it does have to start somewhere. Then the “working out” of our salvation takes place. That is a purifying process that lasts a lifetime.
    Thanks bro!

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