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"Occupy till I come! Wait for your reward…"

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Announcements Forums Doctrine of Atonement – October 15th, 2017 "Occupy till I come! Wait for your reward…"

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    Rae
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    Thank you for the lesson, I’ve underlined most of it!

    “Work out your own salvation,” is the demand of Life and Love, for to this end God worketh with you. “Occupy till I come!” Wait for your reward, and “be not weary in well doing.” 22:11-14

    This was just the message I needed this morning. Especially the last command, “be not weary in well doing.” I caught sight of the truth. I of myself do nothing, it is He that does the work through me so how can I ever be weary or discouraged?

    Be aware of the deceiver…

    Then I came across Watch No. 317 (500 Watching Points by the Carpenters) that was a perfect match.

    “WATCH lest you become discouraged and feel that your work in sweeping the leaves off your sidewalk has availed nothing, because there is a fresh lot waiting for you the next morning. You are expected to continue your sweeping cheerfully, until the trees have shed all their leaves.” …

    The Master said, “He that shall endure to the end, the same shall be saved.”

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