BY REV. PHIL CRAIG
Greater Springfield Community Church
Sermon Topic: “Doer’s Receive the Just Reward”
In this scripture, the author reminds the reader of the words of Jesus when he says we will all endure storms in our life. But there is a way these storms can become a minimal threat by understanding this simple but profound direction. Jesus says when you are only a hearer of the Word and not a doer, you will do nothing more than build your house on sand and when storms come your way your house will be destroyed.
However, on the contrary, if you become a doer in addition to just a hearer, you will have built your house on a solid rock and will withstand every storm you encounter. God blesses the doer, He loves to see His children active in expanding their talents and gifts He placed inside of you. Faith without works is dead, therefore, although you may have faith doesn’t mean you will be exempt from the devastating effect of storms that may come your way…But to all you doers,
Jesus said you will be built, prepared and girded with a promise that storms will not destroy you. Therefore, I speak against every stagnated, and lazy spirit you may have possessed over time and speak a spirit of energy and power into your daily life. The Word of God is designed for you to get excited and full of energy as if you just drank a Red Bull before exercise.
Don’t go to sleep on your visions and dreams but be revived that God is willing to do big things in your life. Therefore pay no mind to doubters, naysayers, and haters that try to distract you from accomplishing the very things they said you wont be able to accomplish. God is saying you have a promise over you that will give you the victory each and every time.
Doers incorporate God’s promise and God’s promise gives you access to the best support system you will ever encounter.
Doers can do anything with the help of Christ. That’s why doers don’t fail, but will keep the faith that they will prosper and succeed in everything they set their mind to.
Therefore, if you been recently shaken by a storm, you need to ask yourself, “Am I a doer, or just a hearer?”
Doing is to perform an action, so let’s get it!