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Are you in the right place? What is the right place? The right place is the place or position that has been ordained for you according to the perfect will of God. It is not a hard place to enter into.

Your relationships, your vocation, (what you do and where you practice it), your ministry, the church you attend and even your finances have a right place, a "God place" to be. Pastor Kenneth Hagin, Jr. has called it the "place called best." It is God's best for your life.

Again, I ask "Are you in the right place?" Are you involved in the relationships, the vocation and the ministry God has ordained for you? Are you in the right church? Are your finances being sown in the right place? I would like to give you the top three indicators of being in the right place, beginning at the third and working to the top indicator.

The number three indicator of being in the right place is provision. We serve a God that always provides the provision to carry out the vision. Scriptures abound with examples of this. Let me give you one example.
But thou shalt remember the LORD thy God: for it is he that giveth thee power to get wealth, that he may establish his covenant which he sware unto thy fathers, as it is this day.
(Deut. 8:17)
If the provision is not being supplied, we must ask the question, "Am I in the right place?"

The number two indicator of being in the right place is productivity. Jesus said we would bear fruit (John 15:5). When I served as a pastor, I would meet with my ministry leaders annually and we would look at the previous year's ministry activities to gauge their effectiveness and fruitfulness. If these were lacking, we would ask the question, "Are we in the right place, but doing the wrong things or are we in the wrong place doing the right things?" In other words, we wanted to be in the right place and be productive.

The number one indicator of being in the right place is peacefulness. What do you hear from the Umpire of peace in your Spirit man? "And let the peace of God rule in your hearts" is Paul's instruction in Colossians 3:15.

The Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Peace, will "call" the place either right or wrong. It does not matter what it looks like or seems like in the natural realm, the important factor is what the peace of God has to say. Is He warning you about a relationship? Is His peace present in the daily tasks you put your hand to?

These three indicators will help you discern whether you are in the right place and enable you to enter into that place. I recently was reminded of these powerful principles in my own life, concerning this ministry and its direction. I share with you now that as I sought the Lord's mind; these indicators helped me to discern clearly what to do.

Morris Mott Ministries
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Morris Mott
Web site: Christ Church Today
 
Morris entered into the ministry at the age of eighteen. At nineteen, he was serving as a pastor. Ordained as a Baptist minister, a deep hunger for the things of God along with the conviction from his study of the scriptures that God's miracle power is still active today resulted in Morris receiving the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
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