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For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...

Mark 10:45

Scripture tells us when we meet Jesus, we are all given at least one spiritual gift (1 Corinthians 12:7). Spiritual gifts are specific ways the work of the Holy Spirit is manifested in our lives. These gifts — on top of our interests, abilities, hobbies, likes, and dislikes — join together to form who we are and how we participate in the work God is doing all around us.

As we allow the Gospel to change our hearts, we will develop a deep care for other people. Our attention will begin to turn away from ourselves and to the needs of others (Galatians 5:13). A good measure of our spiritual health is our depth of concern for other people. Eventually, our hearts are so in tune with what Jesus is doing around us, He begins to use us to meet the needs of others.

A good measure of our spiritual health is our depth of concern for other people.

M.O.H. Leader

Deacon Kenyatte Mason

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Use your unique gifts to help build the Kingdom.

8 Blessings We Experience By Serving Others:

1. Serving allows us to discover and develop our spiritual gifts

2. Serving allows us to experience miracles

3. Serving allows us to experience the joy and peace that comes from obedience.

4. Serving helps us to be more like Jesus.

5. Serving surrounds us with other Christians who can help us follow Jesus.

6. Serving increases our faith.

7. Serving allows us to experience God’s presence in new ways.

8. Serving is good for your soul.

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