The Importance Of Service To God

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People are constant evidence of every part of ministry needed to fulfill God’s mission on earth. There are an abundance of opportunities to share the “good news” of Jesus Christ. The journey starts with love, willingness, and a commitment reflecting the character of a practitioner like Jesus Christ. Every journey starts with a purpose and intent to practice the learning as a servant of God. The first learning is to acknowledge God has ordained every person assigned to a mission, because he place value on his representation (1 Tim. 3:1-16, NASB). Secondly, a person is a learned example of what God expects in character (Titus 2:1-7, NASB). Both condition demonstrates the relationship a person has with God and the sacrifice of doing God’s will of service to his people.
The most predominant service to God’s people is reconciliation, (2 Cor. 5:1-18, NASB). Reconciliation is needed, because so many people have gone astray from God and have lost their relationship with others. Once the relationship and fellowship is restored between God and
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In other words, chaplaincy is helping someone find comfort in what is about to become a reality of life. To put it another way, it a spiritual support to crisis, health and well-being in a person’s life. There is so much to consider in the area of chaplaincy such as: strategic planning, true healer of souls, communication skills, spiritual assessment, and a model of practices.
All in all, chaplaincy is a covenant relationship of a person’s faith and belief concerning an eternal life with God through his Son Jesus Christ. The gospel records, “Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me,” indicating all directions of life points to God’s Son, Jesus Christ, (John 14:6, NASB). Covenant reflects the mutual trust and loyalty to God concerning eternal life as well. The Bible

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