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Growing in Dedication and Commitment

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The fire on the altar must be kept burning; it must not go out. Every morning the priest is to add firewood and arrange the burnt offering on the fire and burn the fat of the fellowship offerings on it. -NIV

“Are you still diligently living for God and serving Him, even in these last days? Now is not the time to ease up, but to charge forward and continue living for the Lord.” Paul Chappell

  • Understand that dedication and commitment grow time.
  • Understand that we have a role to play for this growth to happen.
  • Know that growing in dedication and commitment is directly proportionate to spiritual growth.
  • Learning how to grow in dedication and commitment.
  • Encourage believers to wholly apply themselves to the service of God by way of being dedicated and committed.
  • Help believers develop a dynamic and sustainable framework that ensures growth in dedication and commitment in all facets of our lives.
  • Appreciate that the word of God is a key requirement for growth in dedication and commitment.
  • Appreciate that sacrifice is required for growth in dedication and commitment.

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  • Can believers grow in dedication and commitment to God?
  • How is it possible to grow in dedicated and committed to God?
  • Why do we require growth in dedication and commitment?
  • What do we need to do to grow in dedication and commitment to God?
  • How do we know that we are growing in dedication and commitment to God?
  • Is growing in dedication and commitment same as spiritual growth?
  • Can an environment or family/community/church/organisation culture foster the growth of dedication and commitment?
  • Should prayers be incorporated in our strategy for growth in dedication and commitment?
  • Can accountability enhance my growth in dedication and commitment?
  • Can growth be enhanced through service?
  • The more people who are dedicated and committed to a set goal (family, church, community), the greater the momentum you can generate to accomplish the task (Luke 10:2)
  • Growth of a seed begins with the planting /sowing. Keep planting new “seeds” of dedication and commitment while pruning various aspects of our dedication and commitment that are not fit for purpose (John 15:2)
  • Growth is enhanced when people genuinely and respectfully provoke each other in love to more dedication and commitment, we influence people consciously and unconsciously (Hebrews 10:24, Ps 67:5-6).
  • As our love and knowledge of God helps us to grow in dedication and commitment (1 Peter 2:2).
  • When you are growing in dedication and commitment to God, you naturally influence others for great and effect work (Acts 20:35, Eph 4:28)
  • Your courage, openness to criticism and willingness to take corrections are directly proportionate to your growth in dedication and commitment to God (Heb 12:6)
  • Let us provoke each in our dedication and commitment Challenge one another to take the next step in our growth regime, (Romans 1:12).
  • Serving is a platform to demonstrate our dedication and commitment to God (Luke 1:7-8).
  • Growth in dedication and commitment to God will prompt one to acquire more skills and knowledge that would enhance performance (Proverbs 12:11, 22:29).
  • Although commitment and dedication appear to grow naturally, it is important that time is factored into the act of growing, people need time to learn new things , make mistakes, and then learn from their mistakes, criticism and undue unsavoury words not seasoned with grace will not make people grow in dedication and commitment (Colossians 4:6)
  • The demand for dedication and commitment varies. Let us ask God for more grace in capacity building rather than complain when a higher dimension of dedication and commitment is required (Luke 12:48)
  • As muscles are developed by exercises and stretching it, dedication and commitment is grown by stretching the limit in line with the guidance of the Holy Spirt.
  • There can be no growth in dedication and commitment without sacrifice, lets us be determined to make sacrifice in order to grow in our commitment to our families, career, church and community.
  • Commitment is a process and not instantaneous, it grows within people over time. Avoid judging people in their seasons of seemingly “stunted” growth in dedication and commitment, instead water them in love and in prayers
  • You can build commitment into your family, church, organizational culture. The more dedicated and committed we are with one another, the greater the impact we make.
  • Dedication and commitment grow in an environment of genuine transparency, when there is no transparency in family, community, church or organization, growth in dedication and commitment is greatly inhibited because trust is absent in the relationship.
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