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The Ebenezer Baptist Church-The place where all people can make a change (Photo by Pastor Davis)


Let me explain what I mean.  There are many new converts that are coming into the kingdom of God daily.  One of them could be a member of your church, your community, a neighbor, a friend, family member are someone you just met.  It does not matter who they are, or where they might live.  The opportunity for you to begin to renew your Spiritual life and help someone else at the same time is always right in front of you.

Now when taking a new believer under your wing, you are not only encouraging a new child of God, but you are saving yourself from spiritual stagnation.  The new believer needs our wisdom, knowledge, and experience, and we need the zeal, spark, and childlike simplicity of faith that a new Christian possesses.

Have you ever led anyone to Jesus Christ?  Have you disciple anyone?  Have you taken any new believer under your wing and helped him are her along?  If you will, it will reignite your spiritual life as that person discovers the truths of God for the first time and you rediscover them.

Children are the best illustration of this process.  When you are with a child, you begin to see things through

Pastor Davis shares a moment of joy with Grands

a child’s eyes again.  As the child discovers things for the first time, you rediscover the newness of those things.  It is wonderful when a child first discovers the ocean, walks on sand, picks up snow, or tastes ice cream.  These are things we adults take for granted, but when we see a child discover them, we share in his are her excitement.

In the same way, when we see a new believer discover things from the Word and the excitement it brings, it reignites us.  Often, they will ask difficult questions that will make us search the Scriptures for answers.  And there are always things we have learned but forgotten.  A new believer’s questions can help us to rediscover (or discover for the first time) many important spiritual truths.

The fact is, many mature Christians come to a point where they simply dry up.  When this happens, many begin wondering what is wrong with them.  Some seek a solution in finding a new church, or some new teaching that supposedly will revolutionize their lives.  In most cases, the real problem is simply spiritual sluggishness.  The person in this position should be passing along what he has learned to a younger believer.

Jesus said that “whoever has [or is passing it on], to him more will be given, and he will have abundance; but whoever does not have [is not passing it on], even what he has will be taken away from him (Matthew 13:12).

Proverbs 11:25 says, “The generous soul will be made rich, and he who waters will also be watered himself.”  I have found that the more I give, the more God seems to give back to me.

At one point, the Children of Israel were facing the problem of spiritual stagnation.  God told them through the Prophet Isaiah to get their eyes off their own problems and start giving away what they had been given.  Isaiah 58:6 says, “Is this not the fast that I have chosen: to lose the bonds of wickedness, to undo the heavy burdens, to let the oppressed go free, and that you break every yoke?”

His promise to them for being obedient is found shortly thereafter in Isaiah 58:8“Then your light shall break forth like the morning, your healing shall spring forth speedily.”

You can be a partaker of that same promise if you will open up your life to disciple someone else!  It can start today, right where you are and with the people, God has brought into your life.  For the sake of those who do not yet know Christ, do not forsake God’s command to “go and make disciples.”  For the sake of a young believer, do not let apathy rob you of being a blessing to him or her.  In addition, for the sake of maintaining an exciting, fruitful walk with God, do not ignore these commands of Jesus.  The promises and the blessings are for those who will apply what I have spoken to you here today.  Indeed, the harvest is plenteous and the laborers are few.  We need more laborers, more disciplesAre you ready to make a change in your walk with God?  If your answer is yes, then get up and become a laborer on the battlefield for Christ.

Now let me close with this final thought for each one of you who have taken the time to read this entire lesson and the many lessons we teach here daily, “Think globally, and work locally.  Turn your ordinary life into an extraordinary mission for Christ. “CHANGE YOUR THINKING SAVE YOURSELF FROM SPIRITUAL STAGNATION!”

Looking beyond ourselves in the real and on line world, to reach out to others who might be in need, for we all are truly our Brothers Keeper, Salvation is FREE for the asking.

If you have not experienced the life saving blood of Jesus Christ, stop and take a moment wherever you may be, and ask the Lord to come into your heart. Ask Him to forgive you of your sins, and if you have spoken these few simple words in truth, you are saved, and now have eternal life.

May God continue to bless each one of you? Today I minister to you from a position of peace, power, purpose and prosperity in Jesus name. I remain Pastor Davis/Master Teacher.

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  1. I believe that spiritual stagnation is one of the greatest threats to the spiritual life of a child of God. Complacency is the mother of lukewarmness in the true believer. Growth in our Christian life can correctly be compared to a marriage. In order for the marital relationship not to grow stale and lifeless, both parties must continuouslyn engerize the partnership. Something must continually be done to keep the marital fires burning. So the child of God must be continually growing closer to God through bringing new converts into the family of God. Daniel 12:3 confirms this fact: “Those who turn many to righteousness shall shine like the stars forever and ever.”


      Thank you My Dear Friend for your words of wisdom. You have spoken very wisely and provided much spiritual food for the soul. May God bless you, your family and your Ministry this Holiday Weekend.

  2. A Bíblia diz que temos que ser como uma criança pra entrar no reino do Céus, e o novo convertido quando tem um encontro com cristo me disse uma vez: se eu soubesse eu teria aceitado Jesus antes, mas eu não entendia, ele é como uma criança que acaba de nascer, como Jesus disse pra Nicodemos só que ele não estava entendendo, Nicodemos disse: como posso voltar a ser criança e entrar no ventre de minha mãe, E João 3 v 5 Jesus disse: na verdade, na verdade te digo que aquele que não nascer da água e do espírito não pode entrar no reino de Deus. v 6 diz: O que é nascido da carne é carne, e o que é nascido do Espírito é espírito. v 7 diz: Não te maravilhes de ter dito: Necessário vos é nascer de novo. É tão bom ver o novo convertido, porque ele está no primeiro amor, está com muito cede, e ele é como uma criança ele quer abraçar tudo de uma vez, criança quer tudo ao mesmo tempo e as vezes não sabe o que quer, uma nova convertida na Igreja que a gente estava Pastoriando disse: Meu Deus eu queria entender o porque que não descobrir isso o que sinto hoje, e porque que eu não entendia as coisas pra mim agora estão tão claras que me tirou um peso das costas.


      Obrigada minha querida amiga por tanta compreensão e interpertation das Escrituras. Você falou a verdade e de ter falado com sabedoria e conhecimento. Que Deus continue a abençoá-lo e guiar o seu coração a cada passo do caminho, como você crescer e ensinar a Sua Santa Palavra.

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