A Just Reward


“I did not call the descendants of Jacob [to a fruitless service], saying, Seek Me for nothing [but I promised them a just reward].” ~ Isaiah 45:19 [Amplified]

Every laborer works for his daily bread. The work of his hands and the sweat of his brow testify of the work he has done. God sees the work of each person and keeps a note of it. However there are times when we think that our work is of no consequence and that it doesn’t bring us the rightful income that is deserved.

In the world, there will be incidents when we feel we’ve been taken advantage of but it is not so with the Lord. He says to us, “I did not call you to a fruitless service? Did I tell you to seek me for nothing?”  He wants us to know that He has a just reward for all those who truly serve Him.

God wants us to remember that He is our Provider. If we are caught in a situation where we don’t get what we need from one source, He wants us to know that He can provide through not just one but many sources.

If we put our trust in Him, He will stand up for us and do whatever is necessary to help us meet our needs. When we choose to work for the Lord we will have enough of everything because He is a just rewarder for those who serve Him.

Let us do our work diligently. Let us lay all our cares and burdens at the feet of the Lord and trust Him to provide for all our needs.

Prayer:
Dear Jesus, Your Word says that you are a just rewarder of those who work. Lord, help me to meet all my needs today. Thank  You for being my Provider, Amen.

Be a blessing to others and eternally transform lives by supporting CBN INDIA’s Ministry. Partner with us to reach millions of Indians to share the love of Christ and a message of hope to the needy ones by making an on-line donation today

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s