If you are a minister or regular churchgoer, there is a high chance that you will hold on to your minister title without many worries. While there are some ministers who are quick to bow down to the title of “Locate Church Pastor” which is akin to the title of a deacon, the laity of God, recognize your ministry and its standing within the body of Christ.
We as Christians are taught that, when we stop working towards the things of God, we cease living in them. While this does not necessarily have to be the case, there are principles that we teach close to the ground that might instill an air of prestige and importance within the realm of God’s call.
Speaking in tongues while in the Spirit, healing the sick, casting out demons and all of that proactive stuff, well it’s important to remember that those types of activities maintain the same momentum or momentum that the gifts of the Spirit itself have. Let’s remember that God sent his only son, Jesus to die for us, why wouldn’t you want to die for the things you believe.
Many ministering spirits find it almost impossible to not look at what they do as somehow reflective of the things of God. The truth is that we are called to serve and Christ merely wants us to broaden our perspectives. Rather than looking at ourselves as merely secularly, the kinds of things we like and don’t like can easily be put in the back of our minds. In doing so we serve the Lord even better.
Everyone is not necessarily going to be the same at death. There are many different shapes and forms of ministry. At death many of us transition into a waiting arena that can be filled with family and friends or we can be led on to the final destination. The last thing that the Lord wants is for us to become informed through excessive grief.
If you are single and if you’ve been married, remember that God does not favoritism one single person over another. Therefore, if you’ve been blessed by your marriage then cherish the good memories. On the other hand, if you’ve been blessed by your marriage, cherish the good memories, accept the bad stuff, and work through it. This is merely good advice that works no matter the background.
Even the best of relationships end. regardless of how strong the bond may be no matter how much love is shared, they both come to an end. So work with each other and Together with God. Do not become spiteful or evil toward each other. Remember that spiritual battle is merely between good and evil. Whatever the reason for the temporary infidelity of your spouse, remember this time is simply working through it. Love your spouse whether married or after the wedding takes priority. Your job is to honor each other’s right to love.
God’s time and God’s will
You cannot change the times by fighting the God war alone. To quote one of the most famous themes in the Bible, “For I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.” God will never change the times and his will is what always prevails. Your Lordship is for eternity and only by his grace and by your faith can the tension be contended.
So should the minister or leader in the church become a divorce, he must first seek God’s throne and realize that after serving his Lord, he must sit at his Lord’s feet in heaven and remain there eternally. It is Towers of powerfully held love that will always be the theme of the church. It is trustworthy community members who will walk in steadfast love and faith as they stay in your life. themes of End Times, prophecy, and of course love will suffice.