If God has called you to partner with this ministry, then you have a part to play and your part is an important part.  Remember how the Apostle Paul acknowledged the importance of the prayers and the support of his partners.  If God has called you to partner with this ministry, you are very important to the assignment that God has given us.  Don’t be a spectator in this partnership.  When you partner with a ministry you are partnering with a man or woman of God, but more specifically you are partnering with a vision or an assignment.  When you partner with Matthew Allaria Ministries you are partnering with an assignment to take the uncompromised Word of God all over the world, teaching people how to walk in their authority as believers, experiencing days of Heaven on the Earth.

I know somebody might hear that and think, “Well all I do is pray and sow financial seed into the ministry.  How is that such an important part.?” Well, like one of my spiritual Father’s says, “Who’s more important the guy who preaches the message, or the guy who supplied the prayer and the money that put the gas in the tank to get him to the place to preach?”  You see one’s no good without the other and one’s no more important than the other.  We are at our best when we work together to reach our maximum potential as believers.

Somebody else might say, “Yeah, but because you’re the man of God and the one preaching messages your reward will be greater than mine and your part is more important to God than my part.”  Well scripturally that’s just not the case.  In 1 Samuel 30 David and his men had just gotten back from battle and found their camp in ruins.  The Amaliekites had come and destroyed their camp and took their wives and their children captive.  David sought the Lord to find out what to do and the Lord said, “Pursue, overtake, and recover all.”  So David and six hundred of his men went after the enemy.  However, fighting the way they had fought and marching the way they were towards the enemy got very exhausting and 200 of his men were too exhausted to go any further.  David instructed the weary ones to stay behind and guard the supplies and the four hundred other men went on and defeated the enemy, recovering all the spoil, their wives, their children, and even the spoil the Amaliekites had stolen from other camps.  When David and those four hundred men got back to camp the men didn’t want to split up the spoil and plunder with the two hundred men that had stayed back, but David put a stop to that.  He said in verses 24 and 25, “Who would listen to you in this matter? For as is the share of him who goes into the battle, so shall his share be who stays by the baggage. They shall share alike. And from that day to this he made it a statute and ordinance for Israel.” David made it an ordinance in Israel that the guy who fights on the front lines, gets the same reward as the guy who stays home and guards the camp.  My point is this, in God’s eyes your part in this ministry is just as important as my part and my reward is no greater than your reward.  Whether you’re out on the front lines preaching the gospel or at home supporting the one who is out on the front lines, it’s no different in God’s eyes.  When Matthew Allaria Ministries has a meeting and 1,000 people get saved, in Heaven that goes on your record as well as mine.  In Heaven’s eyes you’re the one that prayed the prayer of salvation with them.  If Matthew Allaria Ministries has a meeting and I lay hands on a person who has cancer and they get healed, Heaven has it recorded that you laid hands on them.  Without your prayer and support I wouldn’t even be in front of the sick person to lay hands on them and God knows that.  The important thing in partnership is to be where God has called you to be.  If you are the one who is called to be at home guarding the camp and you’re out on the frontlines then God’s got a problem.  Or if you are supposed to be out on the frontlines and you’re at home, that’s a problem too.  You are a soldier in the army of God and you are on a mission from Heaven to occupy, rule, and reign on the Earth until Jesus comes back.  You might be on the frontlines or you might be at home guarding the camp, either way your assignment is equally important in the eyes of God.  Matthew 10:40-42 says, He that receives you receives me, and he that receives me receives him that sent me.  He that receives a prophet in the name of a prophet shall receive a prophet’s reward; and he that receives a righteous man in the name of a righteous man shall receive a righteous man’s reward.  And whosoever shall give to drink unto one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose his reward.  This scripture is telling us that the one who receives the prophet gets the reward of a prophet.  The person who sends the man or woman of God gets the same reward as the man or woman of God.  As believers we have a tendency to place a higher level of importance on the apostle, prophet, evangelist, teacher, and pastor than the born-again child of God who is not called to an office of ministry.  In our minds we’ve thought the man or woman of God who is called to full time ministry is more important than the child of God who’s not called to full-time ministry, but God doesn’t see it like that.  God knows that one is no good without the other.  I don’t care how anointed a man or woman of God is, without the right people around him and supporting him, his ministry won’t get out of sight.  You see partner, God sees your part in this ministry as being vitally important. Do not take your partnership with this ministry lightly.  Do not take what God has called you to do where your partnership with this ministry is concerned lightly.  You have an important part to play and if you don’t play that part it might cost a person across the globe an opportunity to hear the uncompromised Word of God and having their life changed forever.

Each and every born-again child of God has been called to go into all the world and preach the gospel.  In Mark 16:15 Jesus said, And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He said go into all the world.  Jesus isn’t just talking to the preacher in this scripture; he’s talking to every born-again child of God.  If you’re born-again you have an assignment to preach this gospel to all the world and if you aren’t personally called to go, it is your responsibility to send someone else.  You might be called to support the one who’s preaching the message.   When you are supporting him, you are going into all the world and preaching the gospel because you sent the one who went and in God’s eyes your reward is the same.  All of us have an assignment to preach the gospel all over the world.  Whether you are the one going to preach or the one sending the preacher, you are held accountable to this assignment.  That’s why partnership is important.  I’ll never tell you or anybody else you need to be a partner with my ministry.  That will not come out of my mouth.  God might not be calling you to partner with this ministry and that’s okay.  However, He is calling you to partner with a ministry or ministries somewhere, and you need to pray and find out which ones He is calling you to be a part of. You need to be partnered with somebody because you need to be supporting the call of, “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel.”