21 February 2012

"What a Joy to be a Slave of Christ"



6 comments:

  1. Thank you for this. I needed to hear that today. You have no idea how much...

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  2. Praise the Lord, Despeville! Don't you love how God works like that? :)

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  3. I do Sis... I do... This is exactly what has transposed for me with this video and this is on the top of many other things pointing exactly to this truth which I have been fighting. You were the means to the end today for sure.

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  4. Okay, now I'm gonna listen you guys made it sound irresistible and I'm curious

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  5. I like how he put it the master talking to the slave "what would you like to be fulfilled"? and they weren't asked "what do you think your purpose is?" Lol the best one "Can you dream your dreams so that I your master can fulfill it?"--how ridiculous and absurd when John gives us the true picture of our relationship with Christ.

    Great video that reminds me that we are slaves to the greatest gentlest, most faithful, loving, kindest, patient Master who is superlative above all to his slaves...

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  6. Thanks for this. It has been a lost doctrine for too long. It is clear as crystal throughout all of Scripture. If this is not embraced in all of it's truth it is because it is hidden under a mountain of pride, unbelief, and stubbornness. It is the God-given grace of humility that makes this not just acceptable, but cherished, knowing the end of our salvation: eternal life in His presence for all of eternity, giving glory to His name as He is due. Listen to the last minute or so again and remember that you are more than a slave, but a son!!!!!

    Darrel

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