The Holy Spirit is prodding Christ-followers today to develop into “apostolic people.”
It has everything to do with a CRISTO-CENTRIC faith experience and lifestyle. It’s not man-centered. Or me-centered. Christ is the foundation of the Higher Design in our lives. In everything we become. In everything we do.
And he’s the foundation of the Father’s work in our world.
If we want to live with brimming, abundant life, a life that is above and beyond … we must take up our cross and follow Christ.
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- Jesus is the Ultimate Master Craftsman. And he invites us to build with him in our Father’s world.
- There is a Higher Design from above which is good, beautiful, and fruitful.
- Following Jesus is not about being me-centered.
- Becoming apostolic means we enter uncharted spaces and places … releasing the influence of King Jesus.
- Becoming apostolic means we release the culture of heaven — the world of Jesus — into our spheres.
Resource — The Blueprint of Life by Paul Graham Hubbard
(adapted from Amazon) The Blueprint of Life takes you into the master plan that God has for your life. This plan centers on the fullness of who God is. When you see who you are in Him, you can see the plan He has for you. Your life can be solidly built and will last no matter what happens to it. Yes, shaking will take place. But the Master Craftsman builds your life according to the blueprint. You can live a victorious life of plenty.
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Stellar guests are on the docket. And we’ll be questing after Kingdom themes — what Jesus taught and modeled.
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