Rev. O. Areogun
– 1 CORINTHIANS 4:15-16; JEREMIAH 3:15; EPHESIANS 4:11-13
As God's child you will be blessed by several ministers but God will choose one to prepare you for your destiny. When you encounter that calling, you will need to adjust your attitude in order to enjoy what that calling is to accomplish in you.
In Ephesians 4:11, the word “some” shows us that not everyone is given; as some men are called to minister to the rest of the people. “Some” also means that God gave some Christians an apostle; others have a prophet, an evangelist, etc. and thus we should know which one God has given us. Even though God gives us one of these men, He will send all of them to us at different times. Distinguish between the one that God gave you from those He sends to you.
You need to embrace the calling God has chosen to prepare you for your destiny because He has equipped that man/woman with what you need to fulfil your divine purpose. That servant of God is the primary channel of God to you, although God may send other ministers across your path at different times.
Over the years, I have found many Christians who didn't become all that God purposed for them because they didn't embrace the ministry that God chose to prepare them for their destiny. Don't be emotional because it is a divine choice and once God chooses a minister to prepare you for your destiny, make all adjustments in your heart and attitude to embrace his calling and ministry.
Prayer: Father, I receive the baptism of the spirit of wisdom and revelation to recognize the man of God that You have chosen for me. I set aside sentiments and embrace my God-ordained pastor in order to fulfil my destiny in Jesus name, amen.