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Ministry is not for competition, be contented with grace you have- Lady Evang. Teidi tells Ministers



By 'Gbenga Bankole


Ministers of the gospel have been urged not to turn the ministry to competition, but to be contented with the grace of God in their lives.



A senior Lecturer at Christ Apostolic Church Theological Seminary (CACTS), Women Campus, Ede, Lady Evangelist F.M. Teidi noted this while ministering on the topic "The Works of Grace in the life of the Christians" at the just concluded 37th Refresher Course organized by CAC Prophetesses Worldwide in Ede, Osun State.



She note that ministers of God should be contented with what God asked to do, saying that lack of contentment is the reason why majority of ministers want to be Prophets and that is why they are misbehaving because they didn't have the grace.

 

The Cleric also said: "Christian journey is a walk with God. A race that requires grace. The grace of God has been made available to us in the walk and work with Him so that we may be able to become that which God has called us to be. The danger today is that the grace of God can be frustrated through sin and not using it for kingdom advancement."


"Grace is being sold by gospel sellers who commercialize the grace of God over their lives. As Ministers of God in this end time, we must see that we put the grace of God to work in Kingdom matters and not selling the grace for monetary values."



Lady Evang Teidi also stated that "the grace of God is free gift of God given to believers in Christ for the purpose of which they were called. God's purpose for believers is for them to know, to love and to serve Him. For us to get this triad dimension of God's plan, we need fuel in our spiritual tank. Man cannot on his own attain this triad dimension which God as placed on his destiny. Therefore, God Himself put a supernatural factor that will enable His demand to become a reality. This supernatural factor is called GRACE. Grace is that, riches of God demonstrated to us as believers by turning us to Christ, keeping us in Christ and increasing us in Christ."


















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