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Sermon: Answering the Call to the Gospel Fields.

"Then He said to His disciples, 'The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest.'" - Matthew 9:37-38


Today, with an open heart ignited by the words of Jesus that have continually stirred the deepest chambers of the soul throughout the ages, our theme focuses on a desperate but noble attempt to motivate fellow Christians to work in the vast and ready Gospel Fields that beckon to us from the sacred Scriptures.


The principle of the harvest is well-known to even the youngest child among us. We understand that sowing seeds will eventually result in a bounty that must be collected with care. Yet our Savior speaks of a different kind of harvest—a Spiritual harvest that overflows yet stands unclaimed simply because there are not enough hands to gather it.


The Plentiful Harvest

The world around us brims with hearts yearning for truth, souls famished for the Bread of Life, and spirits parched, longing for the Living Water. They are ripe for the message of love, forgiveness, and grace we have received so freely through Christ Jesus.


I ask you, beloved, do we see them? Do we recognize the golden fields swaying in our neighborhoods, workplaces, and even in our homes, waiting for someone to extend the hand of fellowship and speak the Good News?


The Few Laborers

Admittedly, the task appears daunting. Many of us may feel ill-equipped, like Moses, stuttering with excuses, or like young Jeremiah, claiming inexperience. Some fear rejection, while others might be preoccupied with the hustle and bustle of life's relentless demands.


However, this is the juncture where faith must transcend fear, where conviction overshadows comfort, and divine calling silences human hesitation.


A Call to Action

Matthew 9:38 doesn't just highlight the predicament; it offers the solution. Jesus directs us to "pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into His harvest." My dear family in Christ, that laborer could be you, me, or any of us. Prayer, while powerful and essential, is only the ignition; we must also be willing to drive into the fields ourselves.


The Empowerment of the Spirit

Remember, the same Spirit that empowered the disciples at Pentecost abides within us. We carry a treasure within clay jars—this glorious Gospel that shines God's light into the darkest corners. With each act of kindness, Word of hope, and gesture of love, we scatter seeds and partake in the harvest.


Conclusion: Let us be hearers of the Word and doers. Let us actively seek opportunities to share the Good News and extend God's love to those around us. Together, as laborers in His harvest, we can make a difference in the world and empower others to apply Biblical principles in their everyday lives.


May our actions reflect Christ's grace and love. As Colossians 3:17 says, "And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him." Let us go forth with faith and courage, knowing that God will guide our steps and use us for His glory. This is our divine calling and purpose.

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