“There was a man sent from God, whose name was John” (Jn. 1:6).
Like an ambassador representing the heavenly government and the order of the kingdom, John the Baptist was a man sent by God. No man withstood him for when he stood to preach in the wilderness he had a letter of authorization to be there. The letter represented authorization from the Lord. No man could challenge his right to be there in that nation at that set time. This is so with every man’s commission.
“Separate unto Me Saul and Barnabas for the work whereunto I have called them” (Acts 13:2).
“So, being sent out by the Holy Spirit…” (Acts 13:4)
Saul and Barnabas were separated for a specific work and sent out by the Holy Spirit. A true separation does not bring division. A separation done under the direction and authority of the Lord brings multiplied blessing to the…
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