Using Your Spiritual Gifts: Following God
Equipped to Serve. Engaged in Serving.
by Eddie Rasnake
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Scripture teaches that as Christians, we all have spiritually-endowed abilities over which God calls us to be stewards. The Bible refers to these special abilities as "spiritual gifts." In 1 Peter 4:10 we are told: "As each one has received a special gift, employ it serving one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God." The fact that every Christian has at least one gift emphasizes each individual's importance in God's kingdom work.
Sadly though, most Christians don't even know what gifts they possess, much less how to use them. In recent years, several excellent studies have been produced to help Christians identify their spiritual gifts. Noted Following God™ author Eddie Rasnake now offers a unique look at this subject in the form of a twelve-week, interactive study that is ideal for small group discussions. Spiritual Gifts Equipped to Serve—Engaged in Serving is a probing study that will challenge readers to examine their spiritual health. The foundation of the study is built on the premise that all Christians are to be fruitful and productive in their walk with God. Part of being fruitful comes by knowing how to bear fruit—the fruits of the Spirit. As readers understand what it means to be fruitful in ministry, they will be better prepared to study what spiritual gifts are and how God wants those gifts to be used.
Using Your Spiritual Gifts: Following God by Eddie Rasnake was published by Nova Publishing in January 2009 and is our 24303rd best seller. The ISBN for Using Your Spiritual Gifts: Following God is 9780899572772.
|Page last updated||24th June 2015|
|Author / Artist||Eddie Rasnake|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Nova Publishing (January 2009)|
|Number of Pages||189|