Thesis point one

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Lack of humble servitude among those who lead the church

 

Read 2 Chronicles 7:14. It says,


"If My people who are people called by My name humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, will forgive their sin and will heal their land." 


Read Philippians 2:3-4. It says,


"Do nothing from selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you not only look to his own interests, but also to the interests of others."


After washing His disciples feet as an example of humble servitude, Jesus said,


A employee is not greater than his employer, nor is the employer greater than his employee in the eyes of our Creator.   (Tom's paraphrase of John 13:16)


Romans Chapter Two to shed more light on this concept.


What kind of mindset are we seeing in the leaders of the mainstream church today? Is it the mindset of a humble servant? So what kind of mindset are we talking about then? It's without a doubt a NARCISSISTIC MINDSET. Here is how I describe this mindset? 


It's a "ME FIRST - FUCK YOU" mindset!


I know many of you will be offended by me using the word fuck. If there was a more powerful word, I would use it here. We can't emphasize enough how important it is to do away with this evil mindset. History has proven time and time again that this mindset will result in the fall of an entire civilization. Let's not make the fatal mistakes of our past. Is this too much to ask? A word that means making love does not offend me and if does you then all I can say is GROW UP SON! I don't want any pussies in this men's ministry.

   

It’s impossible for the sin of coveting to exist in our heart if we practice the humility of Jesus as described in Philippians Chapter Two. Do you agree? 


Now do you understand what humble servitude means?​ Do you see this type of mindset in the church leaders you have come in contact with today? Please, for the sake of Christ...


BE HONEST!


  

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