The Law Of Focus – Bishop David Oyedepo
The Law of Focus by Bishop David Oyedepo
The Law of Focus. Jesus said if your eye is single, your whole body will be full of light.
In 1 Kings 20:39-40, there was a prophetic parable, while the prophet disguised himself as wounded in the war front, the King was passing buy and one of the warriors said to keep this captive, if he goes, your life will go for it. He said as l was busy here and there, he was gone.
There are too many here and their people, they do everything that comes per day, they are always following the vogue of each day. This is what they are preaching now, let’s come back to it, this is what is the hot cake in town, let’s come back to it. Lack of focus can make you lose your ministry.
The more focused you are, the more fruitful your ministry becomes. Hagin was running him all Faith Crusade a week to the time he passed, he stayed on his assignment perpetually.
Billy Graham stayed on the message of salvation from the beginning to the end. There is a vogue of the healing ministry, he didn’t join them, there is a vogue of church growth ministry, he didn’t join them. He has remained focused on his own assignment and what a joy that today he is listed among the six people that changed the last century for staying on the simplest message in this world, you may never be able to touch any revelation in that message, but that is the one he was given and he stayed with it. He has been saying the same thing everywhere.
When Jesus came into His earthly ministry, He was meeting the literal needs of people and so they wanted to make Him a king, He fled. John 6:15, that is not where he belongs. He stayed true to His mission till the Last Day.
There are ministers who are always running around government houses, that might finish your ministry in no time. Jesus said ‘For to this end was l born and for this cause came into the world that l may bear witness into the truth’
He stayed with one reason for which He came. Would you stay with the one reason for which you are here?
That will make all the difference