Your Serving Story
Jesus said he was a servant and that we are to be servants too. What is the history of your serving God since you have been called? What are the ups and down? What caused success and difficulty? How does your past influence your ability to serve God for good or for bad? When things are hard we tend to grow weary. So understanding our part in creating our own difficulties can directly affect our spiritual renewal.
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Today we’re continuing our series on Spiritual Renewal. We’re on the sixth installment. It’s called Your Serving Story. Before we get into it, let’s review what we’ve covered so far.
We all have ideas about what to do when our love God and the work He’s given us to do begins to wane in our minds. I asked a number of Christians what they do, and they, pretty much, got the standard five answers: pray, study, fast, meditate and rest. Of course, these are all vital things we must do. But a question comes up when I hear these answers: What should I pray, study, meditate and fast about? Looking into the Bible, we see that God tells us to do two other things. In Revelation, God told the Ephesian church to repent – that was the first thing – and then to remember the things they did when God first called them.