"Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. *** Matthew 11:28

The heart of the Father is crying unto His children, "Come unto me, all ye that labor... ". This cry is going forth to those who have entered into the field of harvest.

These are laboring to bring to maturity that which has been planted by the sower, and watered by the Word of God.

These are committed and ready to go to the threshing floor to be winnowed so that all the chaff, the worthless things in their lives which does not produce life, may be winnowed out.

These will be thrown against the wind of the Spirit to be cleansed, ready to be taken into the Father's grainery where they will be protected from the coming winter (the time of wrath).

God has promised to give those who labor in the harvest rest, and make their burdens light, but they must come completely unto Him.

Those who enter into His rest have ceased from their own labors. We must listen closely if we are to hear the voice of the Father above the noise of this world. Praise the Lord!

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