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What Is Your Primary Purpose?

What Is Your Primary Purpose?

Each of us want to live our fullest and best life possible, to continually grow and make progress, and to get to a point later in life that we are confident in saying that we have lived our life well. Even more important, as Christians, our desire is to one day hear God say to us “well done thy good and faithful servant.” Making disciples is not just a part of that….it is a priority commanded by Jesus and your primary purpose as a Christian! Matthew 28:19 says, “Go and make disciples”, and Matthew 4:19 tells us, “to be fishers of men.” John 15:5 reminds us, “I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit; for apart from me you can do nothing.” When we are abiding in Christ, the fruit of the spirit (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control) is produced in us. These qualities will inspire people to want what you have and open opportunities for you to share Christ and your faith with others. Your desire to grow spiritually should never end. Daily devotionals, prayer groups, Bible studies, church services, and other Christian learning and worshiping opportunities should continually be scheduled into your planning system. As you grow in your spiritual walk, you become more equipped to share Christ with others. We encourage you to become a disciple and make disciples. Don’t hide your faith….the world needs it more now than ever before.

Ideas for developing as a disciple…What Is Your Primary Purpose…
1. Read your Bible and pray for God to provide you with discipleship opportunities.
2. Spend time improving your delivery of Scripture and presentation of Jesus to others.
3. Consider getting involved in a ministry that you are passionate about.
4. Schedule devotional time with your spouse and family. Discuss ways that your family can witness to others together.
5. Invite a friend, employee, or co-worker to church, a bible study, or other Christian function.

Acts of kindness are great ways to start a discussion about your faith and open doors to discipleship. It is the recipients decision to accept or reject it but you can make the effort and let the Holy Spirit take over. What Is Your Primary Purpose…
1. Place a note of encouragement or Scripture on a co-workers desk.
2. Give a Bible to someone you know that has been struggling.
3. Buy a pocket cross or Christian book for someone who serves you in some capacity.
4. Collect items for a family in need.
5. Help someone who has lost their job find a new one.

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What Is Your Primary Purpose?

What Is Your Primary Purpose?

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