Prophet T.B Joshua and The Gospel of Salvation | #Birthday

Gospel of Salvation
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The Gospel of Salvation “The main requirement in making a difference for Jesus is being in love with Jesus. Nothing is more important than our relationship with Jesus.”

“As a Christian, your life is a solution to someone in trouble. You should build your Christian life around this principle, knowing that we serve God when we help our fellow brother. Our position in Christ Jesus is enhanced each time we help someone in trouble. This is what our Lord Jesus meant when He said in Matthew 25:45, ‘Whatsoever you do (or fail to do) to the least of my brothers, that you do unto Me’.

In other words, Jesus was saying here, “I have no farm where I expect you to work for Me or an office where I expect you to help Me in checking files. My farm and office are your fellow brothers. Whatever help you render to the least of them, whatever problem you help someone else to solve, that you render unto Me”. The Lord is not so much interested in how many times you go to church, pray and fast a day, how much Christian service you render, how much tithe and offering you pay in the church, the Christian titles and names you bear, as the number of people’s lives you have affected. Many people are suffering out there; they want to change but do not just know how to go about it. How many lives are you capable of changing? How many have you changed? This is what matters to Jesus.”

Gospel of Salvation

Do not be deceived. There are four categories of people in our life and these are:

  1. People that add to our lives by helping our faith to grow and bring us closer to God thereby.

  2. People that subtract from our lives by pulling us out of faith and removing our minds from the things of God.

  3. People that divide our lives by coming around you as parasites only to divert or derail our focus from God.

  4. People that multiply our lives by helping us to water the seed in your life for your future abundance. Each relationship you have will either affect you positively or negatively.

Proverbs 13:20 says it all ‘Keep company with the wise and you will become wise. If you make friends with stupid people you will be destroyed’.

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