There is so much irony within the kingdom of God. It seems to be a kingdom of opposites; case in point: Jesus said, “If you desire to be great in the kingdom of God, you must become everyone’s servant”. With all of the talk in today’s Church about the need for revival, it’s surprising to see the rubble and ruin of relationships along the roadside while various leaders speed by in their ministry vehicles.
Jesus gave such an example in the story of the Good Samaritan found in Luke 10:33-37. As we have now seen evidence of it, serving others releases the glory of God. This confirms the title of the last three leadership blogs: releasing the Glory of God through Relationships. It is in serving the Gospel of Christ and displaying His care for others that we find the Lord confirming His word with awesome signs, wonders, miracle and mighty deeds. Read the following passage of scripture to be reminded of certain aspects of the story: Read on for more...
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Posted on Mon, October 11, 2010
by Bill Faught, Jr.