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Monday: Evaluate Kindly — 5 Comments

  1. This weeks lessons is really interesting as it teaches how to better evaluate the work that I do especially when it comes to spiritual things. It also teaches me how to support and show teamwork with my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.

  2. Evaluate kindly. God is reporting, we evaluate, make the necessary adjustments in the body of Christ, the assembly affirms the effectiveness of the ministry, the horn of the lord is exalted:

    God be merciful to us and bless us, and cause his face to shine upon us, selah that your way may be known on earth, your salvation among all nations. (Psalms 67:1-2)

  3. Affirmation can be embarrassing to me personally; I cringe when I hear at church praise time "I thank Kim for _______________ this week", instead of just keeping it anonymous, like " Praise God for working through one of our members this week and being an answer to prayer for ________." The person who was blessed should praise the Lord.
    Is anyone besides me troubled when they hear so much flattery and praise on each other? It seems so self-absorbing. What really concerns me is lack of praise to God that is not shared publicly. We have praise and testimony time every week; the bulk of what is shared is like an event calendar; "Pray for my travels, my illness, my money situation, etc..." those are important, but the big picture is, "Praise God! He has sustained me this week! I'm still alive to praise Him! He has showered me with His grace! He loves me so much! He has opened my heart to forgive someone! I can trust Him because _________!"

    • Amen! My feelings exactly. When we get to Heaven the only one that will be praised will be God and we will be throwing our crowns at His feet because only the lamb is worthy.

  4. This lesson teaches me how to look at the beam in my own eyes before trying to remove the speck from the eye of a brother or sister. The best evaluation is self evaluation -- "Let everyman examine himself".


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