I’m sure you are and in a moment I’ll share to you a big revelation I got, You see, while I was studying the life of Timothy (Paul’s Disciple) I learned that his seeming small acts of assisting Paul produced BIG results. Paul and Timothy labored together to spread the gospel and grow the Church, If you’re part of a Church or own a Bible you’re now enjoying the fruit of Timothy’s labor.

But this message is not really about Church growth but about this revelation that I had, And that is, Those Spirit-Filled Christians was once an ordinary Christians but they invested in seemingly small acts to help them grow in their faith.

In short, small act will lead to BIG impact down the road., These small acts can be a Short prayer, 30-minute Bible reading, Some words of encouragement to a friend, A sincere smile to a stranger, Scripture meditation within the day,

That’s why I’m passionate about teaching people how to read and meditate scriptures, it helps to build your faith capacity, Because this seeming small act of discipline can turn you from an ordinary Christian and be a Spirit-Filled Christian

The Spirit-filled life is not monastic; it’s missionary. It gladly engages in God’s mission to the world. Christians can live their Christian lives with fulfillment and not become defeated by sin. Carnal Christians cannot experience the Abundant, Spirit-Filled Christian Life.

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  1. “People don’t leave Christianity
    because they stop believing
    in the teaching of Jesus.
    People leave the Christian Church
    because they believe in the
    teachings of Jesus so much,
    they can’t stomach being
    part of an institution
    that claims to be about that
    and clearly ISN’T.”

    – Nadia BolZ- Weber

    *Priceless Post*

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  2. As long as the world views the church as a building of brick and mortar they will remain in the dark that the true church of Christ is where two or three are gathered together in His name and He is in the midst of them. (John 4:23,24) But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

    God still adds to His church daily not weekly just as He did so long ago. (Acts 2:46,47). Blessings Always.

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