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Being a Christian servant: Matthew 23:11
Jesus had a way of up-ending accepted social patterns and assumptions. Here, in a passage that brings to mind the phrase "the last shall be first," he claims that the great will one day serve the lowly. It's a reminder that humble service is at the heart of the Christian life, and the mark of a true servant of Christ.

Colossians 4:7-18 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Ones Faithful Service to Christ! Be a person who loves and serves, one who exhibits appreciation and faith and desires to do what it takes to put it in action.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Most Powerful Person In The Room - #4355
Well, okay, the server's name was officially Jesús. But his unselfish, "What can I do for you?" spirit, offered by a man with Jesus' name, said a lot to my friends. I don't know what his relationship is with Jesus, but he understands how one who bears His name should live.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Grabbing the Golden Moment - #4365
Now in our word for today from the Word of God, Jesus is describing a window of opportunity that is easy to miss, an exciting scene that you have to capture when the moment is there. It's in John 9:4. Jesus says this: "As long as it is day, we must do the work of Him who sent Me. Night is coming when no one can work." He's describing what I'll call the "work of God window" - this brief spiritual opening during which you can accomplish an important spiritual objective. Then, just like those photo opportunities that we've missed, that golden moment is gone.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Your Very Own Lighthouse - #4158
For a long time, Jesus has been asking people to assume the responsibility for a lighthouse. Not to have a lighthouse, but to be a lighthouse. Why? To bring lost people around them safely home. So how are you doing with your lighthouse on the stretch of shore that He's assigned to you?

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Escaping the "Me" Monster - #4175
The "me" monster. That's the tendency to think about myself most of the time, and it's the main reason Pam was down so much of the time, and maybe you are. There's nothing like hurt and pain and pressure to turn us into self-focused people. Too often, life is about my needs, my issues, my problems, my agenda, my feelings, my load. But a life of self-focus or self-pity or self-centeredness is just not how we were wired to live, especially if we belong to Jesus Christ.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - A Dedicated Line - #4182
Now, in those days, it was probably the difference between what held your garbage and what held your gold. Paul was talking about dedicated vessels, dedicated tools. Dedicated as in reserved for special use, for special purposes like a dedicated line.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Finding Your Father - #4190
In my lifetime, I've known many people who have come from a very rough background ... sometimes a fatherless background - either because they never knew their father or the one they had never acted like one. I've known people who have come from a background where they never really felt like they belonged - and they still don't. Maybe I've just described you in some way.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Never Forgetting the Cost - #4196
There's a man who tried to live his life here in light of what was sacrificed for him. I understand that. I hope you do.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Semper Gumby - #4030
Now, a case could be made for putting that motto up in lots of places in our lives. In fact, when it comes to being the kind of person Jesus wants you to be, you can't really be "semper fidelis" - always faithful - unless you're "semper Gumby" - always flexible.