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The Surge: Accomplishing Much With Patience


1 Corinthians 9:24 “.. in a race all the runners compete, but only one receives the prize? Run that you may obtain it.”


Rev. Ong Sek Leang prophesied that over the next few months, God will bring about a surge of new people stepping into the services as a sign to us that He is cleaning the slate for a beginning of all things new for Calvary.


While this is a sign for us to advance, we need to be patient in seeing His agenda come to pass. Patience is often thought of as something taken slowly and at times, a contradiction to “striking while the iron is hot”. However, the patience that is required of us during this surge is more of an endurance rather than a slow wait.


We will strike while God’s iron (so to speak) is hot, but at the same time, endure different challenges that will arise in the midst of advancing. The “surge” that God will send is a signpost that we are on the right track.


We need to adopt a marathoner’s mindset and realise that it is not a short dash where we sprint our fastest to get the prize. We must be prepared to dig in for the long haul. We will still need to work out issues, limitations, mindsets, weaknesses, iron out the kinks, etc., but all the time, we need to keep our eyes on the prize.


Don’t fizzle out, keep it burning!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 November 2015 13:39

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