The Wind Beneath the Wings

Who is Andrew?

Most don’t know of Andrew the disciple like they do Peter the Apostle-

But Andrew was actually the one who helped get Peter saved.

He led him to Christ.

“One of the two who heard what John said and [as a result] followed Jesus was Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother. He first looked for and found his own brother Simon and told him, “We have found the Messiah” (which translated means the Christ).”
‭‭John‬ ‭1:40-41‬ ‭AMP‬‬

After attending an amazing healing and prophecy service the other night,

I was speaking with a friend of mine about a lesson from Jesus, confirmed.

Humbly, as the gift of healing was being demonstrated and the power and anointing of God released,

through this Sweet Brother,

He said,

I would rather minister to two,

Who get it….

Than a multitude who doesn’t.

Wow!

We look so often on the natural.

We would think that Peter had more of an impact on the kingdom than Andrew.

I mean, who is Andrew?

But had Andrew not been the one to share with Peter, all those who Peter shared Jesus with would have not been reached.

We need to Stop accounting.

We weren’t called to be accountants.

We were called to be disciples.

Remember when King David got in trouble for that?

Accounting

He had taken a census of how many people he was overseeing, and God was none to pleased.

Stop looking at your likes.

Your followers.

How many… you’ve reached.

You didn’t reach them on your own anyway.

Look at Jesus.

That’s what Andrew did.

He simply followed Jesus and couldn’t wait to share the ONE he beheld, with his brother.

We all work together.

Andrew is no more important that Peter and Peter no more important than Andrew.

We are all workers together with Him.

Jesus is the One we are to set our eyes on and follow.

And I assure you, He is more about impact than a roll call.

Didn’t Jesus say,

many are called (numbers)

but few are chosen. (Impact)

Look, and Behold the King of Glory.

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