Workers in the Field of The Lord’s Harvest

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5/15/10 From YahuShua HaMashiach, He Who Is Called Jesus The Christ, Our Lord and Savior - The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy, For Timothy and His Wife, and For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

Question asked by Timothy, for his wife: Lord, are we not called to trumpet this Pentecost as the others in the flock, because we have done something wrong or because we have been judgmental?

Thus says The Lord: Behold, I have sent into My vineyard husbandmen, and one who is to be as a chief husbandman. And all those who are sent are of the same; even all who seek Me, in sincerity and in truth, shall serve in like manner.

Behold, The Lord over the harvest has sent out a call to every tribe, tongue, people and nation, calling them out, that they might come and work in His field. Yet the laborers are few. For many labor, yet few heed the call. They serve another master, seeking always after the praises of men. And behold, they have grown fat, they are swelled with pride, they are enlarged and have acquired much gain. Yet what they produce remains altogether wanting; bitter wine, fit neither for the land nor for the dunghill, but only to be cast out. Thus they hate the small vineyards and the laborers thereof. For the quality of the wine produced in the small vineyards is much greater, the value thereof beyond compare, where the early and latter rains are abundant and received in their due season.
Beloved, you and your husband are of the small in number, the lowly vineyard, where the wine is superior and the latter rains abundant. For your husband has been appointed as a chief husbandman over this field and all its laborers. For he listens to Me, and delivers My commands; by him I make My plans known. And you transcribe what he receives, that it may be delivered during the time appointed, to those who have drawn near and to those who remain afar off.
Therefore, the one whom The Master appoints as both servant and chief husbandman enters not the field, but stands outside relaying The Master’s orders, with his helper beside him. And if the laborers hate the chief husbandman, have not evil thoughts entered their hearts, by which they have also judged falsely? For those who hate My messengers hate Me, for I have sent them. Indeed, all laborers who harbor evil thoughts shall be sent away, and many shall be left desolate; there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Thus by this shall the faithful and the unfaithful be made known.


For again I say to you, the first harvest shall be lowly, of the lowly,
And the second plenteous, of the refined and penitent;
For many are called, yet few are chosen...


Behold, all flocks of The Shepherd shall be tested;
Even all who call of themselves Christian shall be sifted...

No matter their number, whether great or small,
Bond or free, rich or poor, ALL shall be tested.


So then, you ask if you and your husband are set apart on account of your hearts? Most assuredly, I say to you, I have set you securely at My right hand. Thus you shall make intercession with many supplications, for those who remain in the field and for those who have departed, and double for those who fight against Me... Is this not also your reasonable service? For one appointed over any flock or group of laborers also speaks to The Master on their behalf. Or have you forgotten what is written in The Scriptures, concerning the apostles and the ministry of The Word (Ephesians 6:18 and Acts 6:4)?
Let this be known to you also, Beloved: As Timothy is appointed as a chief husbandman of this harvest, not yet going into the field, likewise shall he be a husbandman set in the midst of the field during the next harvest. Yet no one shall be set over him, for in that day the laborers and The Master shall be one! For they shall be for Me My hands and My feet, mouthpieces of The Most High God!... Therefore see with greater eyes, and rejoice in My commands, for My will shall surely be accomplished!

Beloved, here is wisdom: Judging another man’s servant does indeed poison the heart and corrupt every good intention. Yet judging one’s own judgment toward others, taking your thoughts captive, renders this poison neutral and of non-effect... Righteous discernment according to that which The Spirit reveals. Thus one’s concern over that which displeases Me serves as the antidote.


Therefore, continue to seek My face,
At all times and in every season,
And take much delight in My commands...

Give heed to My voice, and see with My eyes,
Even as the dove on the high branch as I have shown you...

Be at peace, Beloved, and trust, for I am with you...


Says The Lord.


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