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RCCG 8th November 2020 Sunday Service Pastor E.A Adeboye

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RCCG 8th November 2020 Sunday Service Pastor E.A Adeboye

Watch RCCG Live Sunday Service 8th November 2020 by Pastor E. A. Adeboye

You are watching today’s LIVE streaming service from the Redemption Camp.

Today’s Sunday Live service of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG starts from 8:30am and the servant of God, General Overseer of the church, Pastor E. A. Adeboye will be ministering in partnership with the Holy Ghost.

Watch Below;

Open Heaven 8th November 2020 Sunday Devotional By Pastor E.A Adeboye

TOPIC: Christian Discipleship 1

MEMORISE:
“But without a parable spake he not unto them: and when they were alone, he expounded all things to his disciples.” – (Mark 4:34)

READ: Matthew 13:10-30 (KJV)

Open Heaven 8th November 2020 Sunday Devotional By Pastor E.A Adeboye

MESSAGE:
Discipleship covers both coaching and mentorship. It describes the relationship that exists between a mentor and his mentee, and also that of a coach and the one being coached. Mentoring and coaching present rare privileges and should be handled carefully as the future of many are influenced thereby.

(1 Corinthians 11:1) says Christ must be the model for all Christian coaches and mentors.

“Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ.”

What you say or do will have great impact on and can even shape the character of those within your sphere of influence. My strong adherence to holiness today is as a result of the teachings and lifestyle of my Father-in-the Lord Pa Josiah Akindayomi.

If you would disciple anyone, you must first ensure your values are godly, clear and well set. As a father, you are both a mentor and coach to your wife and children. What you do would impact their character greatly. This also includes your subordinates in the office.

Jesus is the ultimate teacher; one thing you would notice about Him is that He never hid the truth from His disciples.

“… and when they were alone, he expounded all things to his disciples.” – Mark 4:34

You must be honest in the assessment of your followers; tell them where they have gone wrong and praise them when they get things right. You owe them the truth always.

Jesus never hid anything from His disciples; they knew when He was fasting and when He was praying. He constantly pushed them to become like Him and even greater (John 14:12). In Matthew 17:16-17, He said “O ye of little faith, how long will I be with thee?” He was saying, in essence: Get up and start doing these things yourself. If you have a follower that has remained on the same level since he/she met you, you are failing as a coach and mentor. May you never fail God in the mighty name of Jesus.

REFLECTION:
What kind of example are you to those in your sphere of influence? Are you deliberate about their growth?

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR:
Matthew 26, Mark 14

RCCG 8th November 2020 Sunday Service Pastor E.A Adeboye

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