At times we receive emails or letters from persons who have been affected by this ministry and they are worth passing on to our readers, prayer partners and supporters. On April 13th I posted a blog on being taught by God. This testimony will help understand how God’s Plan for His Church (GPHC) is impacting individuals in their walk with the Lord.
“I am overwhelmed by a verse I just came across and I had to share. In 1 Thessalonians 4:9 Paul writes "Now concerning brotherly love you have no need for anyone to write to you, for you yourselves have been taught by God to love one another." I've been reflecting a lot on the recent trip with Randy to Rwanda and Uganda. What a privilege we have to serve God by spreading His Plan for His Church.
I'm learning more and more that GPHC isn't just material that was birthed out of needing more material. God's Plan for His Church is, by His grace, a labor of love that is directly found in Scripture. It's a tool for us to learn how to be transformed by the Word of God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, and in turn teaching the "faithful" how to do the same.
Brothers, this verse found in 1 Thessalonians 4:9 is key in unlocking what we truly desire by presenting and teaching GPHC. We yearn for God's Church to be "taught by God". It is so simple yet so profound! This is why we are going. This is what we are burdened for with the nations. We desire more than anything for a self-sustaining movement of the Holy Spirit to spread through His Church that is being "taught by Him."
Let us then be encouraged by the church in Thessalonica. They are an example to us of a church that received the Gospel and became self-sustaining, being "taught by God" themselves. And let us, as Paul did, be sensitive to the Spirit and urge those that we know to be "taught by God." As Randy would say, "GO FOR IT!"”
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