Growth is measured by what practice daily. When you live what you say, you pave the way for the Holy Spirit to minister through your words.
Developing a servant mindset is key. The more time invested in searching for opportunities to serve others, the more natural serving others becomes.
Jesus said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
When selflessly serving with love, you attract the Holy Spirit and the impact of your loving act will have extraordinary ramifications.
For any act of service to be meaningful, it must be served with honor. Honor is the heartbeat of servanthood. Honor is the foundation of the servanthood.
Spiritual food that is not digested properly does not lead to growth. Only when we chew on the Word, will you get the nutrients that our soul requires.
Every man wants to be significant, to leave his mark on the world. He begins to compare himself with others. They are living in the land of comparison.
As you spend time with the Father, you will get to know him, and in turn, you will find yourself anticipating the heart of the Father.
The true servant does not serve to get recognition, but rather, finds joy in having served without being found out. This makes a distinguished servant.
Who is in your sphere of influence? Who are the people that know you by name or by reputation? These are the people that you are be witnesses to.
If your goal is to influence people for the Kingdom of God, stay in his presence. The influence he has on you can't help but to influence others for him.