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Kingdom service (2) By Ayo Akerele

Kingdom service (2) By Ayo Akerele

Apostle Paul served God in the midst of persecution. He preached in places where they beat him up, stoned him and he was dragged outside of the city. God rewarded him with more than two-thirds of the New Testament (Acts 14:19). Acceptable Service to God If you knew that angels would visit your canteen, how would

Acceptable Service to GodNote that I am talking about genuine and faithful service. And not just any kind of service. And to do justice to this subject, we have to look at God’s word as our main basis. I make bold to say today that you can never serve God and not be rewarded. If He does not reward you, you didn’t serve Him faithfully.

No one serves God faithfully and ends up regretting it. There are rewards for faithful kingdom services.); he obeyed God to sacrifice his son (Genesis 18:18(Zechariah, the father of John, served God as a priest for decades, even without a child (Matthew 11:11

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He preached in places where they beat him up, stoned him and he was dragged outside of the city. God rewarded him with more than two-thirds of the New Testament ( Acts 14:19 ). Yet governments have the means to finance quality public services: the richest people and the multinationals must be made to contribute. Acceptable Service to God If you knew that angels would visit your canteen, how would you serve them? If you had angels as students in your lecture, how will you teach them? If angels bring their car to your mechanic workshop, will you steal parts from their car? It is because we have put the responsibility for serving God well on the shoulders of pastors alone, that we forget that all of us are SERVANTS OF GOD! As a barber, you are a servant of God. A last-ditch effort by Moscow to pay the money has been impossible in light of a bar months ago by the west on payment platforms and banking systems for facilitating such transactions, a stumbling block to its quest to save face and protect its honour. As a mechanic, you are a servant of God. More than 40,000 railroad and London Underground workers have gone on a series of 24-hour strikes to denounce the deterioration of their purchasing power in the face of a 10 per cent inflation and to demand wage increases. If all Nigerians will see themselves as servants of God in their professions, Nigeria will be like heaven today. It said through cooperatives, women have continued to contribute to the nation’s economic growth despite a lack of access to funds.

“So you shall serve the Lord your God, and He will bless your bread and your water. The education sector is expected to follow suit as schools, libraries, and municipal swimming pools face budget cuts . He warned, however, that the situation could deteriorate for long if the war with Ukraine and the punitive measures from the west bite harder. And I will take sickness away from the midst of you” (Exodus 23:25 NKJV) Note that I am talking about genuine and faithful service. And not just any kind of service. In France, health care workers are angry, with dozens of emergency services filing strike notices. And to do justice to this subject, we have to look at God’s word as our main basis. But no further progress has been made ever since then, with creditors yet to get their money. I make bold to say today that you can never serve God and not be rewarded. In Latin America, Peruvians were the first to express an outcry against inflation, but the sharp increase in food and energy prices suggests renewed social unrest throughout the region.” This is subsequently rotated among all the group members throughout the contribution.

If He does not reward you, you didn’t serve Him faithfully. We are going to use a couple of people in the scriptures as case studies. In Sri Lanka, the government has just adopted a four-day work week for civil servants, so that they have time to grow food at home to support themselves. Euroclear declined to comment on whether the transaction was stalled much as it admitted complying with every penalty that has been imposed since the beginning of hostility with Ukraine. We will look at what they did and what their rewards were. The Blessings of Faithful Service No one serves God faithfully and ends up regretting it. After decades of austerity, precarious contracts, and privatisation , health care workers are on their knees, in poor countries, as well as in richer ones. There are rewards for faithful kingdom services. This whole situation looks like a farce,” Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said. According to dRPC, 60 per cent of cooperative memberships in Nigeria are women with “45 per cent of the cooperative leadership being taken by women.

Abraham served God in so many ways. All of them work endless days without any salary increase or social recognition. He obeyed God to leave his family and relocate to another country ( Genesis 12-1 ); he obeyed God to sacrifice his son ( Genesis 26 ); he obeyed God by training his children ( Genesis 18:18 ). He circumcised his whole house. This situation is even more unbearable as they are the ones who, at home, take care of most of the unpaid domestic work, which is increasing as public services on the verge of collapse prove incapable of carrying out their missions. His life was an epitome of kingdom service. And then God poured generational blessings on him. Inflation is back, worldwide , triggered by the pandemic, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, and it is proving to be more persistent than the major central banks thought it would. At the event scheduled to commence by 8:00 a.

Anna, the prophetess, served God with fastings and prayers for decades ( Luke 2: 36-37 ). God rewarded her by allowing her to see baby Jesus. In the poorest countries, it is already causing increased hunger and food insecurity. Zechariah, the father of John, served God as a priest for decades, even without a child ( Luke 1 ). By the time God would respond, He didn’t just give him any kind of child. As the world commemorated, this week, the International Public Service Day , the images of hundreds of thousands of civil servants protesting against the ravages of inflation are a reminder that there are more and more poor and precarious workers in their ranks, even in the world’s most powerful countries . God gave him the greatest man among those born of women ( Matthew 11:11 )..

Moses served God so diligently. Precarious working conditions, public service budget cuts, transfer of control to the private sector: None of these are inevitable. He was called at 80 to abandon his business and go to Egypt. He obeyed God and became God’s choice leader ( Exodus 2 and 3 ). They must be taken where they are: In the accounts of the multinationals and of the richest people discreetly lodged in tax havens. By the time God was done, Moses was rewarded with the Bible’s first five books. David served God so faithfully.

He served God in Saul’s palace. He served God by honouring the anointing on Saul’s life. By the time God was done, David became the progenitor of the Lord Jesus. Joshua and Caleb served God under Moses so faithfully. God judged all the tribes of Israel and made all their adults to perish in the wilderness, but rewarded only Joshua and Caleb with the promised land (Joshua 14: 9-10).

Joseph served God faithfully and God set him up as a prime minister. It was the same for Daniel. Apostle Paul served God in the midst of persecution. He preached in places where they beat him up, stoned him and he was dragged outside of the city. God rewarded him with more than two-thirds of the New Testament ( Acts 14:19 ).

You will notice from the above cases that God rewards people differently. You cannot enforce your choice of reward on God. What he looks out for is faithfulness! But basically, these are some of the potential blessings in serving God , a leadership and system development strategist, and minister of the word, writes from Canada and can be reached through ayoakerele2012@gmail.com. .