church, missions September 3, 2018 The Harvest is Plentiful… Posted by in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post Previous articleIs it OK that Contemporary Worship is more Anthropocentric than Theocentric? Next articleThe WORKERS are FEW 18 Comments Reply September 3, 2018 Joe Absher I was just wondering how your corn patch is doing? Reply September 3, 2018 Troy Day oh yes Lord send them all down when preachers are dime a dozen we need more laborers Reply September 3, 2018 Joe Absher I pray we have eyes to see, and ears to hear, a heart that is warm, prayers full of faith, a voice of kindness & conviction. And grace to do God’s will. Reply September 3, 2018 Joe Absher Diligence: Diligent comes from the Latin diligere, which means “to value highly, take delight in,” but in English it has always meant careful and hard-working. If you’re a diligent worker, you don’t just bang away at your job; you earnestly try to do everything right. Reply September 3, 2018 Ray E Horton The labor pool is only those who are sold out to God and are inspired His heart for the lost and aware that they have the call, responsibility and the means to help bring in the harvest. Worldly Christians are usually oblivious, don’t care, or think of it as a “chore” they are not up to, forgetting that all they need do is plant or water, and Holy Spirit brings the increase. Reply September 3, 2018 Scotty Searan https://youtu.be/jW-QGncTDCs Reply September 5, 2018 Louise Cummings I like that song. And it’s so true. The fields are empty , compared to the amount of people in the world. Reply September 7, 2018 Troy Day preachers are dime a dozen the laborers are few Reply September 7, 2018 Joe Absher “preachers are a dime a dozen?” Do you buy and sell preachers. Are your men that cheap. Was Joseph cheap at 20 peices of siver or Jeremiah or our Lord at 30 dull perishable coins. Was the their life cheap to you. How is it such nonsense can be so easily approved and accepted and passed for truth. Are preachers not laborers in God’s vineyard? Reply September 7, 2018 Troy Day Dictionary a dime a dozen phrase of dime informal very common and of no particular value. “experts in this field are a dime a dozen” Reply September 7, 2018 Joe Absher “very common and of no particular value?” maybe you mean fake preachers? In this day I would say let cry come up before God in heaven “give us preachers” that can’t be bought for any price. Preachers that know their God and do not bow to men or the opions of men. But stand, live or die to declare the Righteousness that is by faith in Jesus Christ. Reply September 7, 2018 Troy Day you are getting there – you will arrive soon Reply September 7, 2018 Joe Absher After 5 “preachers are dime a dozen” I guess you figured you would pull me out. Reply September 7, 2018 Troy Day naah – when ridding on the same train everyone arrives at the same time Reply September 7, 2018 Joe Absher There is a lot of sickness in this old world Mr Day. I pray God will visit with his healing power. But let’s not pray for healing and leave their soul to go to hell. Tell them about the Saviour. Reply September 8, 2018 Troy Day This is my story – this is my song Reply September 8, 2018 Joe Absher The fruit is ripe unto harvest Reply September 9, 2018 Troy Day God told Eve not to eat the fruit Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel reply Comment Name Email Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.