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What A Christian Worker Should Do In Order Not To Be Self-Opinionated Or An Island Of Himself-Kumuyi

The General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry Pastor W.F Kumuyi in his recent post on Facebook shared a video to the public.

While speaking On THE EVIDENT PURPOSE OF CONNECTION AND CONSULTATION the cleric reportedly Read from " Galatians 1:18-19 which says "Then after three years I went up to Jerusalem to see Peter, and abode with him fifteen days. But other of the apostles saw I none, save James the Lord's brother. Speaking further he said "After conversion, Paul went to see Peter, John, and James the brother of the Lord in Jerusalem. Why? Because After conversion, you don't isolate yourself from others like an island but connect with other believers in a Bible-believing church to study and know more about God's word. 

Speaking further he said difficulties and dangers may be there, yet, the life of Apostle Paul did not rotate around what people said or wanted. He maintained the truth of the word of God. After a while, he communicated with the apostles in Jerusalem what he had been preaching among the Gentiles. He wanted to get confirmation from them because they have been in the Lord before him. He wanted to know if he was on track and if his service would culminate in reward in the end. He didn't want to engage in a wasted service. 

Speaking further he said "As a Christian worker, are you isolated, self-opinionated, and an island to yourself? Or do you check up with other believers who know more than you to be sure that you are doing the right things? On this note, You are to hold forth the word of life and ensure that your words and works bring life and encouragement to others, not to kill their spirit and enthusiasm for God.

Watch the Facebook video Here.

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