In looking at the word of God; we see in multiple instances, where God said the word “Let” before His instructions and in conclusion, it was. Then we see in the word where we are given the instructions to “Let” we reply yes Lord I “Let your will be done”, or I “ Let this mind be in me that was also in Christ Jesus”, yet too often the end result is struggle. The definition of the word “Let” alone can bring you the answer, while the Word of God and perseverance through the word produces the result.
The word “Let” has a two fold assignment. One is asking you to grant permission for something to be, in doing so we find ourselves saying “Lord not my will but yours to be done” showing a willingness to follow. Unfortunately some stop there, thinking my willingness; being so sincere, should’ve opened the door for me to eat of the good of the land. The word in its full meaning must be in action to produce the full result of the instruction.
Elder Sarina D. Hardison
Elder Sarina D. Hardison has been a published author since 2010. Her first book is entitled “Strategic Warfare: The Pursuit of God’s Glory.” Her book teaches others how to learn God’s strategy through life’s situations. Sarina is also an accomplished psalmist. She has been singing for more than 15 years. She has traveled across the United States to sing at various conferences, revivals, and church services. In writing her books and music, Sarina finds strategy in reaching the lost through her own experiences.
In addition to being an author and psalmist, Sarina is an associate pastor of Works of Deliverance Fellowship International Ministries of Johnstown, PA since 2000. Sarina also works as the youth pastor and the praise and worship leader. Elder Hardison is committed to seeing lives changed and souls recovered through the power of Jesus Christ. Her mission is to reach lost souls and not leave them wanting.