Characteristics of God's Servants
Luke 13:24 We close our series on the characteristics God’s servants need in order to be useful to Him.
Acts 26:29 We are reminded through the example of Paul of what the Spirit actually does in our hearts to bring about a desire to reach the lost.
Genesis 5:21-24 We consider that to be useful to the Lord, we must walk with God, like Enoch, whom the Lord took to be with Him because Enoch was pleasing to Him.
Matthew 5:48 Continuing our study of ways we as Christians can become more useful to God, we consider that Jesus commands us to be perfect as God is perfect.
Philippians 3:13-16 If we want to be successful at something and stand out from the crowd, we must be completely and wholeheartedly devoted to that cause. The same is true when it comes to the Christian life – we need a single heart for Christ.
1 Peter 2:12-17 We consider another quality we need to possess if we are to be useful to the Lord: we need to honor the authorities that he has established.
Romans 6:12-14 Though sin still lives in us, we must not live in any sin – we must fight against it. And we must know our sins so that we can fight against them.
1 Peter 1:22-23 We consider something further that will help us to be useful to the Lord: we must love one another.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 We consider another godly characteristic that will make us more useful to the Lord: thankfulness.
Galatians 5:22 We consider one more virtue that will make us more useful to the Lord: patience. Patience is a fruit of the Spirit and also something the Lord commands us to exhibit as His children.
John 2:17 We continue our series on the characteristics of usefulness – what must be true of us if we are to be useful to the Lord by considering the trait of zeal.
Philippians 1:23 We consider another godly attribute that will make us more useful to the Lord: our hearts must be fixed on heaven. We examine two things: *How we can know that our hearts are in heaven. *Why we should want to be in heaven.