Jesus made the statement “my time is not yet come” several times in the Gospels.
The point of this statement is that there is a certain time for significant events and seasons which occur in a servant of God’s life.
This is especially true for ministry.
If God has called you to a specific work, there is a time in which that work will find its greatest fulfillment and its widest impact.
If you launch out and try to make things happen before your time has come, you will see little fruit and a lot of frustration.
If you are passive and miss your time, you will see little fruit.
The good news is that God will let you know when your time has come. If you’re in tune with the Spirit, it will become obvious.
Note that you can be in ministry now, and yet “your time” still hasn’t yet come.
In the meantime, it’s your responsibility to prepare for that time.[Continue Reading…]