Adam, Where Are You?



Fulfilling God’s Plan for Your Life

Each one of us has been given a divine purpose for our lives. “Jesus loves you, and God has a plan for your life,” is more than just a catchy Christian phrase. It is an eternal truth on which every believer should meditate and daily live. Our heavenly Father has placed in each of us a talent, but it is up to us to utilize it for Him.

Have you determined to serve God with the fullness of your abilities with the time that you have on Earth? Have you done everything that the Lord has called you to do? Have you resigned in your walk with Christ to go beyond the comfortable state of mind and push forward to the commitment state of your spirit?

Much of the church today has moved from the true faith and settled for feel good messages that do little to serve God or His people. Our Lord is seeking a remnant of people who will turn from the slothfulness of worldly pleasure and seek His glory. When Adam fell short of God’s instruction, he hid from his Father’s voice. “Adam, where are you?” came the call from heaven. Still, Adam hid his face and his talent, fearing his creator’s wrath.

It is time that we give account to the Father regarding our whereabouts. Each of us has a heavenly purpose drawn out for our lives. Through this inspired teaching, you will be prompted to ask yourself where you are right now and furthermore, whether or not you have hidden your talent from God. As our Lord calls to you, are you ready to answer: “Here am I, what will you have me to do?”

This teaching is one among several brought forth from March 1993 to April 1995 by Dick Reuben to the congregation of Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, Florida. This church was to soon become the host to the now, well known Pensacola Outpouring Revival and would see over four million people touched by God’s Holy Spirit. The leadership of Brownville Assembly attributes these very teachings with laying the foundation for this mighty move of God.

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