The Decreasing, Last Place, Servant Generation [NOOK Book]

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This title was derived from key declarations that were expressed in the four Gospels of the New Testament. It was John the Baptist who spoke of the need to decrease in order that the Lamb of God might increase on the earth, and it was Jesus Christ who not only declared that He came to serve rather than be served, but also that whoever desired to be first would be last, and whoever was willing to be last would be first. There is a growing need for men and women of God to themselves decrease in order that the ...
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Overview

This title was derived from key declarations that were expressed in the four Gospels of the New Testament. It was John the Baptist who spoke of the need to decrease in order that the Lamb of God might increase on the earth, and it was Jesus Christ who not only declared that He came to serve rather than be served, but also that whoever desired to be first would be last, and whoever was willing to be last would be first. There is a growing need for men and women of God to themselves decrease in order that the Spirit of the Lord might increase. We as the people of God need to realize that we were not put on this earth to be served by those around us, but to serve and impact as many lives as we possibly can. We must be willing to lay down our rights, our agendas, our pride and our will in order that correctly and properly fulfill the purpose of God for us on this earth. Those who are going to be last in the kingdom of heaven, are those who lived selfless, sacrificial and submissive lives. This book is an urgent call for men and women to live decreasing, last place, servant lives before a hurting, watching and dying world.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012489654
  • Publisher: Steven Goodwin
  • Publication date: 5/4/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 145
  • File size: 142 KB

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