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There are two kinds of committed Christians, not those that are lukewarm, but those who have decided to walk in Christ's light. There are those who tell of God's goodness and His love. One of their favorite verse is John 3:16 and their main message is if you do not repent, you will die and go to hell. They are the ones that settle with being just an ordinary christian, they look for signs of Christ's return and preach you out of hell. Nothing is wrong with that because God tells us in His Word to go into the world and preach the gospel to all nation. He also gave us the signs when His return is near and He warns us to look up for His redemption draws near. The downfall for those Christians is they sit back and talk about every evil that is going on in the world , never deciding to do something about it. Their main way of solving things is "lets pray". Praying for the world to change but never actually being the change the world needs to see. But faith without works is dead. Jesus left us here to continue doing what He did, Christ did not just prayed, He did things too. Then there are those Christians that do everything that was mentioned before, except they become the change they want to see. These are the Believers that made a decision to apply the principles in God's Word, not just read it, but live by it also. These Believers seek the mind of Christ and the will of God for their lives. They don't just preach others out of hell, but their lifestyle is a testament and witness of what Christ is like. They dedicate their whole being, mind, body, and spirit to the work of God. Their every decision is guided by God. Whatever they do is orchestrated by God. Their activities are not just limited in church or ministry but everything they do speaks God's good deeds, whether at work, in business, in the community or at home. They don't wait for unbelievers to attend church, but they are ambassadors in the field God has placed them. In other words they are always recruiting for the Kingdom of God. God gave us resources to use on earth alongside His Word and the Holy Spirit. Everyone has time, talents and treasures. All three doesn't seems like much in the beginning, but when  we follow God's direction for our lives, He multiplies it. We are eternal beings living in time for now. We do not get much of it, but we should try our best to maximize it as much as possible. Psalm 90:12 says "teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom." Ecclesiastes 3:1 says, "There is a time for everything and a season for every activity under the heavens." What are you doing with the limited time God gives you? Every time that is used should be used towards impacting others for the Kingdom. God also gives us talents, gifts and abilities, these are special unique skills we were given when we were created. Through them we can influence others for the Kingdom of God. Most Christians limit their gifting just being spiritual for the church, but it should be used in every area of our lives. Everyone has talents and abilities, even the unsaved, they were given by God without repentance. It is when we as Believers apply the Holy Spirit to them we can do great wonders, adding the super to the natural in order for it to become supernatural. A talent or talents is something you are instinctually born with that gives you unique skills and abilities. Talent is set apart from knowledge, in that it is not a learned behavior although it can be strengthened and practice. There are some that are hidden, and it takes a special bond with the Holy Spirit for Him to reveal them. Its through these special talents, gifts, abilities that we fulfill our calling, impact the world and leave a legacy for the future generation. 1 Peter 4:10 says, "As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace." You may also read Matthew 25:14-30 about the parable of the talents, this story shows how three servants utilized the resources that were given. Our last resource is treasures, things we have such as money and assets. How do we use the resource or resources we have?  Matthew 6:21 says, "for where your treasure is there your heart will be also." Are we using our treasure for godly purposes, to advance His Kingdom? This principle is call sowing and reaping. Where are you sowing your treasures? The bible talks about tithes and offering, it talks about giving to the poor and those in need. We can tell others about Christ but are we fulfilling a need they have at that moment. The story of the good Samaritan is a great example, in his kindness towards someone who was considered an enemy, He used his resource in the form of money to take care of the injured man. Peter told the lame man, silver and gold I don't have, but such I have I give unto you. Through the Holy Spirit, healing took place and the man was able to go back to his family to be productive. What do you have to give?  Are we planting in God's Kingdom or just in ourselves. Proverbs 28:27 says "Those who give to the poor will lack nothing, but those who close their eyes to them, receive many curses." Let us not be ordinary believers, but seek to be extra ordinary, those who will use our time, talents and treasures for influencing and impacting the Kingdom of God. Father we thank you for the things you have given unto us. The time, talents and treasures that we should use to enhanced and advance the Kingdom. We may get weary when we don't know what to do, but we ask that through your Spirit that you will reveal unto us what we should do. Let us not be selfish with what you gave us, help us not to keep them to ourselves, but that everyday we will impact someone's life with one of the resources you gave us. Help us to be true ambassadors of the Kingdom, and with your help we may fill Heaven and empty hell. We give you thanks in Jesus' Mighty Name. If you have not subscribe to this channel, please do so. Also share this video with others so they too may be encouraged. Thanks for watching and remember Jesus loves you purposefully and intentionally. 

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