2 Timothy 4:2
Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine.
One of the salient lessons in the Bible is the story of Jesus and the fig tree. The Bible describes the fig tree as good looking but it wasn’t in season to bear fruits.
The fig was not in season but Jesus demanded fruits from it because He was hungry. We may feel this harsh on the “poor fig tree” but I see this as more of a lesson for we believers. It is important to know that we believers must be ready to do the will of God when He ask of us.
In this day and age, Jesus is still hungry for lost souls. Ministry and preaching the gospel shouldn’t always be when you high up there or when everything is right in your life. The moment you feel the prompting of the Holy Spirit to share the gospel, it is paramount to yield to His will and demand. May the Lord bless you more as you yield to His prompting.
By Kingdom Wisdom
Food for thought
Today might not be your season because of the global crises in the world. However, does God require something from you today? I believe the ground has been tilled for sowing. Spread the good news of Christ in season and out of season.