Throughout the Bible we are able to get a glimpse into the mind of God as to the things that pleases Him as well as those things that does not please Him. Thus, it is these two things that are often taken into consideration when asking the question “why does God called some as laborer’s in ministry and not others? Thus, we may never know why. This brief but powerful book will examine seven things that can have a profound negative affect on a person’s Spiritual life as well as on ones’ ministry. Please keep in mind, that these seven are not all inclusive, there are no doubt others reasons (only God knows) why some are called to ministry and others are not. But I believe harboring these seven things will not only hinder a person’s walk with God but sadly keep them on the bench as spectators in ministry. When Jesus saw the multitude of people, He said this to His disciples; The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few; Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest. Matthew 9:36-38
Dr. Andrew McLeod is a resident of Chesapeake, Virginia where he also serves as the senior pastor at his local church. Dr. Andrew McLeod’s lifelong passion has been that of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and making disciples for the kingdom of God. Salvation in Jesus Christ he believes is free and cannot be earned nor can it be purchased but it is a gift of God by grace through faith.