We must do the work of Yah without grumbling or expecting reward or even a thank you.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. If you are awake in this truth, or are just awakening, count yourself extremely blessed to be chosen of Yah to have your eyes opened, because he is only dealing with very few in this manner. But the awakening occurs for one reason: so we could come online, so to speak, and serve Yah. We’ve been powered on or booted up for this purpose only, and that means being ready and willing to do whatever he commands, which usually involves service to your neighbor, for they must be awakened as well.
You see, all those who are still asleep or newly awakened are the sheep we must feed as Yah’s servants; they are the field that must be harvested. And we must work diligently in serving Yah by feeding those sheep and plowing, sowing, and reaping those fields without grumbling or expecting reward or even a thank you, for we, as sinners, redeemed by the blood of Yeshua, are unworthy servants doing what we are called to do.
7 When a servant comes in from plowing or taking care of sheep, does his master say, Come in and eat with me? 8 No, he says, Prepare my meal, put on your apron, and serve me while I eat. Then you can eat later. 9 And does the master thank the servant for doing what he was told to do? Of course not. 10 In the same way, when you obey me you should say, We are unworthy servants who have simply done our duty.
—Luke 17:7 – 10
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