Providential Working Of God Adding To The Kingdom...

“I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the increase. So then neither he who plants is nothing, nor he who waters, but God who gives the increase. Now he who plants and he who waters are one, and each one will receive his own reward according to his won labor.” (1 Corinthians 3:6-8) 

Sometimes it is very hard for us to see how God is working through human beings. We may spend a lot of time teaching and evangelizing and not see the outcome at the same time. This has been true for me and many fellow workers in the Kingdom. Wespend hours with a study and sometimes we end up thinking this class was probably not a fruitful one. Things do not work that way in God’s sight. We need to remember the only thing He sends us to do is to make disciples through the saving message (the Gospel), and He will take care of the rest. This was true for me this past week when I went to visit brother Tobias and his wife, Stella. This study was originally started by our ACSOP students who help in evangelizing the Kwa Mrombo area, as they have been assigned by the school. Tobias and his wife were from a Lutheran background. The students studied with them twice and they handed that class to me when they were going back home for their break. I followed through with the study three times and finally last week, Tobias, Stella, and Adeline (Tobias’ sister) obeyed the gospel. God is so good and He still gives the increase whenever we are working hard. 

This would not have been possible if these two students had not met them in the first place. These students would not have been at the Kwa Mrombo area if they were not sent by the ACSOP. The ACSOP would not have been able to send themwithout your great sacrifice, as you are supporting this school and her students. Thank you so very much for all that you do and mean in His Kingdom. May the Lord bless you beyond measure.

Your servant in His Kingdom,

Charles Mwanga,
Assistant Director
Andrew Connally School of Preaching
P.O. Box 14041,
Arusha, Tanzania

Posted on September 6, 2015 .