when the senior pastor singles me out

When The Senior Pastor Singles Me Out

When the senior pastor of my church singles me out of the whole congregation of a church to have a word or two with me, what does that mean?

Does that mean God has a mission for me?

Does it mean I’m not spiritual enough?

Do I look unique or bizarre?

Or I’m doing something wrong?

Maybe there is something I ought to be doing but I’m not.

Actually I’m still waiting for the call, I had to write out my mobile number to be called and I sincerely hope It’s for good because that really got me nervous and still in same mode. I hope I get called soon so that I can get over with the anxiety feeling that has covered me like tight clothing.

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What If the senior pastor tells me that I have a calling to be a minister or a worker in the church…hmm…that sounds scary even for me. Precisely has anyone done anything for God in any way to please him?

As for me, close to seven years ago I used to be a worker in my former church cleaning the toilets and church area for free, I did it because I had a burden to do so, definitely not for any other reason than that and I would love to do same thing any time my spirit tells me to.

Note that there are benefits of working for God, you might not see it soon enough but with time the blessings run after you when you least expect it.

Lets wait and see…

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5 thoughts on “When The Senior Pastor Singles Me Out”

  1. The best bet is to be working for God. It pays the most. “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and all its righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” Mathew 6:33′ Thanks for writing!

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