At the recent October Global Communion service, Pastor Chris brought his congregation to the pinnacle of understanding when he conveyed his divine direction and affirmed the month of October to be “The Month of Instruction.” The man of God explained to his global congregation what this declaration meant and how this would affect them in the coming month.
The Doctrine of Righteousness
As Pastor Chris issued the prophetic word for the month, it was accompanied with a number of scriptures, Proverbs 4:13, Proverbs 6:23 and Proverbs 10:17. He furthered explained the concept of instruction revealed what lay in the scriptures and read 2 Timothy 3:16-17 to the his congregation.
Instruction is the act of imparting on knowledge, so that one may perform an act with knowledge, expertise, dedication and discipline. This transmission of information is the ability to produce solutions. When we talk about instruction, we are referring to the transmission of knowledge from God to man. The Lord is our guide and He is instructing us from moment to moment.
In 2 Timothy 3:16 we understand:
“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:” God’s word can give you instruction – God’s way of life. This instruction includes doctrine, reproof, correction and training in righteousness.]
Living with Purpose
The instruction of God’s word is the knowledge of living a life that is righteous and correct. His instruction is a doctrine for life. This means that all of what we do is to be done with immense sense of purpose, for He is our instructor. If we want to perform the acts that God commands us to, we must be aware of what we are told. Therefore, we are reminded of this in October- The Month of Instruction.
“God didn’t really say, give me your time. He said, “give me your heart”. Everything we do has to do with purpose. Why do we do what we do and what you expect God to do.”
To fully adhere to this message, two kinds of prayer are required.
In order to practice spiritual discipline, you need to set the time aside to talk to God, even if you are not prepared for Him. He may not respond to you, but you must prepare yourself. This is about communicating to God with your heart. This is what religious life is about.
To experience the Holy Spirit, one needs to record the habits. When you are immersed in deep the constant connection, even when you are not praying, God sees your commitment. This is less about active prayer but more about living with a constant sense of awareness or “living prayer.” It is your existence with the Holy Spirit. This
At such times you’d need to write the revelations down as they come from God.
2 Timothy 3:16-17 “That the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.”
The man of God says “never ignore what God tells you even though it looks small. It’s interesting to know that He does the biggest things in the smallest ways.”