miércoles, 28 de noviembre de 2012

Giving continuity to the revealed word

Giving continuity to the revealed wordDiscovering and developing greatness in supporting God's servantand spiritual guidance and vision that God gave him.
Need in the apostolic good followers, to give continuity to the revealed Word. People call and assigned by God.
TO HELP:• for growth and training of every believer (gifts, fruits, maturity)• for the advancement and establishment of the Kingdom of God, which has a clear and important priority vision.Only good followers, become good servants Servers.
They are loyal. Build on a good foundation and give continuity to something bigger. They agree with the vision.
HABIT FORMING OF HELPYou can learn what to do and what not to do to support is effective. As a good follower should help form habits.
Look at PAUL TIMOTHY rescued early support for the extension of the ministry. The Apostle, with an extraordinary revelation, often felt the lack of support to accomplish the task assigned.

"19Espero in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you soon, that I also may be encouraged when I know your state; 20For I have no one to cheer, and how sincerely care for your state. 21For all seek their own, not those of Jesus Christ. 22 But ye know the proof of him, that as a son with his father he served with me in the gospel. "(Philippians 2:19-22)
"I have someone like Timothy" who understands the vision and be faithful to carry it out. Learn and apply. "The same mind" spiritual connection.I have no one with the same "affinity of ideas"Ideas were complementary and had a familiar spirit (as child to parent)"Sincerely", the same heart as Paul to the Philippians.
He is saying, has the same values, the same priorities, the same purpose, the same convictions, the same attitudes.That is received to implement the principles learned.Why Paul, being a Server Servant, had so little help with a mission so great? Server because a servant does not produce good followers without the cooperation and consent. Shaft: Elisha, Joshua, both were committed to the servants of God.
If no good followers, there will be good results or good servants Servers, however great the effort and the mission of the Servant.
Why? Read verse 21: "For all seek their own, not those of Christ Jesus." Seek their own, assembled his team, his kingdom.Fail to receive the message and pass it sincerely, in the same spirit, to produce the desired results. They have their own vision. Timothy Paul offers, as a collaborator of the work, more than skill:
AVAILABILITYAll the skill in the world is useless if not available.Availability Not only physical but emotional, mental and spiritual.So be well channeled ability and very effective.Paul saw that Timothy had served him as a son serves a father.
• With loyalty, devotion and respect.• He knew the father's heart, thought the same.• He had a divine connection with his father in the faith.• worked to complete the plan of God.V-19 "Hope in the Lord Jesus to send Timothy to you soon, that I also may be encouraged when I know your state;"
Paul ...• Do not just trust in Jesus, also in Timothy.• Did you do the right thing and bring good report.• Never would be presented as a substitute for Paul, but as an extension.V-20 "For I have no intention of it, and how sincerely cares for you."Loyalty and commitment to the father in faith and with the believers at Philippi.
Today pastors need people like Timothy, and believers, Servants like him.Find the best for the believers, like Paul. And Paul knew that Timothy would do things like him.God is raising and promoting people helping to implement the vision of the Lord received.

STUDY in Lerma for him:Victor R. Pr Preciado Balderramasanadoctrinavictor@gmail.com

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