SERVING GOD WOULD ALWAYS MAKE A DIFFERENCE PART 3

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Bishop David Abioye

SERVING GOD WOULD ALWAYS MAKE A DIFFERENCE PART 3

THE DEMANDS FOR SERVING GOD APPROPRIATELY.

Serving God has demands. God minds details. Details determine excellence. There are terms and conditions for service of God.

Hebrews 12:28

If it is not acceptable, it cannot be rewardable.

Acceptable service is a product of terms and conditions.

2 Samuel 6:6
Serving God demands due order.

#1. Service must be done from the heart. Even though service is an act, it is rooted in the heart.

Colossians 3:23-24

Do not be a religious activist.
You are not serving man but Christ.

Matt 5:8

God see your heart before he notices your acts.

1 Samuel 16:7

God looks on the heart

The heart of man are in grades

A right motive
2 chronicles 25:2

#2. Service must be with love.

1 kings 3:3-13, 1 chronic 29:3-5

Service must be love motivated.

People may applaud you, but if God does not approve you, it is fake

#3. Serve God with a clean hand.
Isaiah 52:11, psalm 4:3

You do not need more than faith to be saved but you need cleanliness to be used.

2 timothy 2:19-21

Righteousness is needed for quality service.

#4. Serve God faithfully and not face fully.

Prov 28:20

#5. Serve God willingly

2 Corinthians 8:12, 1 Corinthians 9:17

Your willingness is what determines rewards.

#6. Serve God joyfully.

Deut 28:47

When you do not serve God joyfully, he freezes your blessings.

2 Corinthians 9:6, Joel 1:12

Serve God with cheerfulness.

Don't let your looks betray your work.

#6. Serve God diligently. Give your best. Hebrews 11:6 Romans 12:11

#8. Serve God sacrificially. Go beyond your best

#9. Serve God unashamedly
Reputation mentality reduces people to the ground Hebrews 13:12-13
Identify with Christ reproach.

#10. Serve God tirelessly. Gal 6:9, Hebrews 6:10-11

Receive grace to serve God acceptably.

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