“I Am the Lord, that is My name; declared Jehovah God Almighty. I will neither give My glory to anyone, nor My praise to an idol.” (Isaiah 42:8) It is very easy to offend the Father, and no matter how much He uses us, He will not share His glory with you. We are servants, and a servant has no decision of his own. In fact, he has no life to live than the life of his master. We’re enslaved to the Father, and the reward of a son would be given to us if we end well.
Many of us are too busy doing the work of the Father and have not even time to hear His heartbeat. There is nothing good like listening before acting. We always act before we listen. We’re on our own! The Father works on principles and will never change these principles because of us. I could say boldly that He has revealed and taught me what He hasn’t revealed and taught any man since He created this Earth simply because He created me for this purpose. Nevertheless, the more I know about Him, the more trouble I have and the easier for Him to take a decision on me which He wouldn’t take on any of His servants. If I allow this multitude of revelations and teachings to cover my sense of reasoning, He will cast me away.
Therefore, I plead with you my fellow servants who carry out one service or another for the Father. Yes, there is fame and honour in the work we do, but we must be very careful not to allow this fame and honour to make us lose focus and forget that we’re just servants, slaves of the Almighty.