The Five T’s of Transformation


God calls His followers to take their place of serving in the church. Each of our natural talents and supernatural abilities are gifts from God meant to build up His church and serve a world in need of the gospel.


Friendship is like a step that raises us to the love and knowledge of God.  What happiness, security, and joy we find in relationships when we have one or two persons to whom we see ourselves as equals, daring to confess our failings to and without embarrassment make known the progress we have made in our life with God and others. David and Jonathan had such a friendship. Do we?


Jesus doesn’t say where your heart is, there your treasure will be.  He tells us that where where our treasure is, there our heart will be. We are challenged to place our treasure where it belongs—in the hands of God, knowing that our heart will follow.


In this day, we must be all the more diligent to spend our time wisely. Every given moment is an opportunity to plant seeds of everlasting fruit, and we can either capitalize on this opportunity or waste it. But the world can be deceiving, and at times, it is hard to believe that spending our time in certain ways is worth it. Therefore, we should seek the will of God in all that we do, being able to discern what is good and what is not, and appropriate our time accordingly.


It is tough in his world to not only follow Christ, but to proclaim Christ. The difficulties abound, but in that space the power of God, the life of Jesus, is seen in their bodies – and it results in life for others.

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