Saturday, October 20, 2018

The 7 Highly Effective Habits To Develop An Apostolic Lifestyle To Fulfill God's Mission For Your Life











1) Build people not physical Churches with a name because only people last for eternity (John 3:16; Luke 16:9; Eccl 3:9-13; 2 Cor 6:16; Matt 16:18-19; 18:17-20; 1 Pet 2:4-5, 9; Rev 21:14).

2) Become the person whom God desires you to be, that should be your highest priority in your time bound existence before entering eternity. Be holy in all your conduct through experiencing cleansing from within by the blood of Jesus and learn to forgive everyone, and do not be lethargic about your spiritual needs towards God every new day because you cannot regain forever your spiritual blessings lost for eternity
(Col 3:1-5, 8-10; Eph 4:21-24, 25-32; 2 Cor 7:1; Heb 12:15-17; Eph 4:26-27; Matt 6:14-15; 18:34-35; 2 Cor 2:11). Drink on prayer as though your very life existence depends upon it, eat the word of God as though you cannot carry on living without consuming it from time to time regularly.

3) Be God pleaser through faith always and not a people pleaser by doing works that tries to please others at the expense of God at any point of time consciously in your life to waste the precious life that God has given, if we foolishly choose to live in the flesh and think otherwise
(Rom 8:6-7, 8), this life will soon pass away to give way in to a new life of eternity in which there will be no much reward to look forward to (Gal 1:10; Heb 11:6; Rev 3:11; Rev 22:12; 1 Thess 4:1).

4) Always be content to be thankful and praising when your basic necessities and needs are met, knowing life in itself is the greatest miracle that God has provided us to enjoy each moment of it in its fullness in Him
(John 10:10; Php 4:4; Eccl 3:12; Eccl 5:18-20), then when joy, peace and righteousness fills you in the Holy Spirit exhibiting you as a Kingdom Ambassador to the world around you, all your needs will be met by God according to His promise (1 Tim 6:6-8, 17; Rom 14:17; Eph 5:15-21; 2 Cor 5:20; Matt 6:33-34).

5) Go where God wants you to go, not where people want you to come
(Acts 18:5, 9-10; 16:6, 8, 9-10; 21:13-14, 26; Rom 8:14). Be led by the Spirit of God always and move according to His clear instructions in your life and ministry, and every moment of your life (Gal 5:16-18).

6) Do what God wants you to do, not what people want to do through you
(Rom 12:1-2; 2 C
or 10:3-6; Matt 6:19-21, 33-34; Matt 22:36-40; Rom 13:8-10, 14; 1 Sam 13:12; 15:15; Acts 13:22).

7) Look to the imminent coming of the Lord
(Luke 21:36; Heb 12:14; 10:25; 1 John 3:2-3; 2 Thess 1:6-7; Jam 4:7-10; Tit 2:13-14). Let that be your passion that drives what you do for Him (1 Thess 5:5-11; Luke 12:39-40; Matt 25:13; 24:43-44; Mark 13:32-37)















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