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Part 2. As we step out to "do" the work of the Kingdom, we find out how God looks for a very specific type of fruit. It isn't apples versus oranges versus bananas. God draws a line and judges the quality of our fruit, which reveals the truth about we who bear it. The first step of doing is to "do good." We have a sense of what we believe is good, but it is based on the feelings of the individual. God has a different idea of what is good, and He direct us to bear good fruit.
How God gauges success may not be how we do. As finite, walk-by-sight creatures, we tend to evaluate based on what we see. God however evaluates on what He sees – the heart of man. We excess on quantity; God doesn’t.
The greatest news you could ever share involves the greatest gift anyone could ever receive flowing from the greatest act ever shown resulting in the greatest response ever demonstrated concluding in the greatest triad ever witnessed. That is the essence of the message you have been commissioned to take to the ends of the earth. It’s not optional or elective. As you do, you will encounter numerous types of people.
John 15:1-17 "I am the vine; you are the branches." In this passage Jesus plainly explains to His disciples the key to living a fruitful life that brings glory to God.
Marianne Billitt preaches from the book of Hosea, issuing a challenge for us to consider our ways and to turn to God in repentance, breaking up our fallow ground so-to-speak, and removing the weeds from our lives, so that we can be fruitful in everything we do.
We are all called to ministry in one form or another. Faithful ministry springs from our love of the gospel and of God. What does the gospel mean to you?
Pastor Scott continues the series, "The Power of Agreement,' with this teaching on fruitfulness.