Christian Service

March 18, 2000

Children, let us love one another,

On the e-groups forum, Don suggested what it means to be a servant.... For the discussion of servant-hood, I have just finished my article on the Jerusalem Church and thought since there was so much in it on being a servant that I would take this as my contribution. Its way down at the bottom. Before you get to that, there are what others have submitted on the idea of being a servant. Please write to me if you want to be a part of this discussion of what it means to be a servant of God today, this is good discussion and many of you may be relieved that it is not so controversial as usual. What can we as Christians do to serve?

Also we have been discussing among other things, about an issue that a few have taken exception to as regards a prophet with the idea of Christians soldiers as knights and prophetic discussion in a round table. Without even mentioning what was discussed, (see e-groups for yourself if you want), this is my take on it in that it has to do with servant-hood. I have for some time now come against the pecking order in the church. There should be only one leader and that is the Lord Jesus Christ and to set up the last day army of God with captains and sergeants and the like is doomed to fail. There is only one leader with any authority and the true army will all be marching shoulder to shoulder in one rank into the kingdom behind Jesus. I see the idea of a knight as following this pattern. A knight serves the king and only the king. He does not follow a commander except the supreme commander, his total allegiance is in service to the King. Enough said. The round table means that there is no head at the table for any of the ones participating in the round table discussion and they are all equal. I have never considered myself a knight and I have never been part of a roundtable but if another one feels called to that, why should there be a problem? If Jesus is among us and central as the Head in the spirit in the round table, is that wrong? The problem I would have is only if there is a problem, if there are those in the church that would make things like this an issue to cause division and accuse others of being false, that's a problem. There is no question that I would come to the defense of those who preach love over those that make unfounded accusations out of simple disagreements. A prophet is meant to be judged upon by other prophets in the spirit of love, not condemned or accused or misunderstood or maligned, or insulted or rebuked openly or ganged up against or cursed, even if that prophet is wrong. We are to restore these individuals in the same love and grace that we would expect the Lord to restore us. The situation must be handled in love and good faith and everything done in order.


This may get things jump started on the subject of being servants of God. The following is an excerpt from an article I wrote.

"As a servant is to his master, so are we bound to our Lord Jesus Christ. Our life is not our own. If we will tend to the things of the Master first, then He will take care of our needs and concerns.

We will then know His great love and our service will not be self-focused. Note these following points on servant-hood:

1.) After a servant has fulfilled his duty to the master, then he too can sit down and eat.
2.) A servant is not pre-occupied with his own life and all it consists of. He would not be a good servant if he were.
3.) A servant must be given fully to his duties because his master needs him.
4.) It is enough that the servant is a part of the master's household. For that reason, he cannot develop an attitude that his master owes him anything including a simple "thank you" for doing his duty as a servant.

As servants of God, we must never allow a 'God owes me one' mentality to form in our hearts. We are a part of His household only because of His goodness. How often have we been more concerned about ourselves than fulfilling our duty to the Master?"


Gary P.

Amen Gary, beautifully worded! I truly believe that if Christians would get hold of this vision of being a servant for God to others, their struggles with self, flesh, and the devil would become minimized. Of course, servant-hood is not one of God's options, it is a commandment. You mentioned that a servant is not his own, and along that line I thought I'd share something:

Matt 20:25-28

25 But Jesus called them to Himself, and said, "You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and {their} great men exercise authority over them.
26 "It is not so among you, but whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant,
27 and whoever wishes to be first among you shall be your slave;
28 just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many." (NAS)

Jesus came as a servant, and we are called to follow in His footsteps. Our only greatness is in serving others for the Lord. I find my greatest joy is in loving others. God even tells us that to truly love Him, is to love those whom He created:

I Jn 4:21
21 And this commandment we have from Him, that the one who loves God should love his brother also. (NAS)

I pray that we can catch hold of this idea of being servants for Jesus, and that in so doing, he can live His life through us.

Dear Group,

I have been blessed these past days to get some weeding done in my yard, I actually enjoyed doing it! As I was contemplating and praying while doing the work, I felt the Lord speak to me some things regarding His Ways. When the rain of revival starting falling in my town, we were all so blessed and humbled, the word was 'surely it is Gods mercy, because we sure didn't deserve it!' This was a time of soaking in Gods' presence and being built up and just knowing He loved us, a time of renewing our first love and re establishing our relationship based on the Work of Jesus Christ, and not our own works... Some did not receive this work of mercy and refreshing thinking that it was 'too good to be true' or perhaps unfair because the 'unworthy' were getting blessed... Now I have more understanding of why God pours out the rain upon the dry ground, it is to bless the ground and make it fruitful, but also to loosen the soil so that the tap roots of deeply entrenched weeds can be pulled up whole. During our dry spell last year, we could not pull the weeds at all, they just broke off at the ground level.

We can see the analogy here in the spirit, there are many ministries that have just been able to break off 'sin' etc. at ground level and then are surprised when they grow right back, but this is the result of not pulling up the tap root.

As I have been pulling weeds the size of small trees, really!, I am so blessed and appreciative of the abundant rain which we received. The ground is so moist and soft and the roots of the weeds pull right up, which would have been impossible even last week... Being a 'mercy maniac' in my own flesh, sometimes it is hard for me to be involved in spiritual weed pulling, but when God shows me His purpose and joy in ridding the good soil of these dangerous and choking weeds, I am at peace.

When the weeds are removed, and the ground is soft, the carpet grass in our yard sends creepers over to fill in the bald spots, before too long we will have a nice green lawn with no weeds, Praise the Lord! The Lord was encouraging me that there is a time for every purpose in His seasons, and that now is the good season for weed pulling. With our hearts softened by the rain of His Spirit and love, resting in the work of Jesus Christ, we are more able to bear the pulling of the weeds in our lives.

Weeds are false beliefs and practices we allow because we are dry and are seeking for anything 'green' to cover our bare lives, sounds like the leaves on Adam and Eve in the garden? Weeds are the things which crowd out the true life of Christ in ourselves and in the Body of Christ. Weeds are esoteric teachings and practices which we use to bring comfort to ourselves in the times when God doesn't seem to be speaking. The sad thing is this, weeds grow long tap roots and are not easily uprooted once they are entrenched. Therefore God in His mercy sends the rains of His Spirit to quench our thirst and soften our ground, so that we can pull weeds and grow good fruit...

The Lord blessed me with this and hope it blesses you too,


As I look around me it truly is a time of refining or weed pulling in the body of Christ. I know of several incidences where God is lovingly exposing hidden sin and cutting it off at the root. In most every case the "rain" came before the weeding. Thank God for the "rain" of His Spirit!

Thanks for the word,

Gary P.

A servant would not be a servant at all, if he acted independently of his master. When thinking about the requirements of being a servant of God, I recall the Words of Jesus in John 5:30; from the Amplified Bible it reads like this:

"I am able to do nothing from Myself - independently, of My own accord - but as I am taught by God and as I get His orders, I decide as I am bidden to decide. As the voice comes to Me, so I give a decision. Even as I hear, I judge and My judgment is right ( just, righteous), because I do not seek or consult My own will - I have no desire to do what is pleasing to Myself, My own aim, My own purpose - but only the will and pleasure of the Father Who sent Me."


Another verse that comes to mind : "But the SERVANT of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach , patient; In meekness instructing..." 2 Tim.2:24,25 Again Paul's counsel : "Rebuke not an elder (someone who is older) , but entreat him as a father; and the younger men as brethren; the elder (older) women as mothers; the younger as sisters, with all purity." 1 Tim.5:1,2

James says, "If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able to bridle the whole body...we put bits in the horses' mouths, that they may obey us; and we turn about their whole body. Behold also the ships, which though they be so great, and are driven of fierce winds, yet are they turned about with a very small helm...Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things...the tongue is a fire, a world of iniquity: so is the tongue among our members, it defileth the whole is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison. With the tongue we bless God the Father, and with the tongue we curse men, which are made after the similitude of God...who is a wise man? Let him show out of a good conversation his works with meekness and wisdom..." James 3: 2-13

Lately, the Spirit of God has really been working with me about the things I say and to be careful about "how" I say them. May the Lord help each one of us to consider the things we say more carefully ,and do all things as servants that must give an account.

IN Christ's Love,


Some Thoughts Regarding Servants:

Consider Acts 6. In the New Living Translation 6:1 reads "As the number of believers rapidly multiplied there were rumblings of discontent." Unfortunately it seems every revival is accompanied by "rumblings of discontent." Here discontent was real and legitimate. Perhaps all complaining begins with a seed of real concern which Satan uses to destroy faith and the move of God (think of taking the Promised Land).

Revivals need not die. This move in Acts 6 could have been killed, but by meeting the need and appointing godly men to investigate and meet the need it was taken care of.

Every Revival has leaders. They must be able to delegate and relinquish control. They must do the thing God would have them to do. Satan could have said to the apostles, "Jesus taught you to serve, you should go serve those table." But that wasn't God's plan... perhaps it was Satan's guilt trip. By delegating authority, and working in behalf of our leaders, we work with the same spiritual authority as if it was them doing the work.

Larry Vredenburgh

Servants of God

God commands Christians to be faithful and obedient servants.

Deut. 10:12 "And now, Israel, what doth the Lord thy God require of thee, but to fear the Lord thy God, to walk in all his ways, and to love him, and to serve the Lord with all thy heart and with all thy soul."

Micah 6:8 "He hath shown thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord required of thee, but to do justly and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?"

Psalm 100:2 "Serve the Lord with gladness; come before his presence with singing."

Josh. 24:14,15

Service is to be rendered as unto the Lord Jesus Christ.

John 12:23-26

Col. 3:24 "Knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ."

The believer's service is to be rendered to people.

Christian service makes life noble.

Mark 10:43,44 "But so shall it not be among you: but whosoever will be great among you, shall be your minister: and whosoever of you will be the chiefest, shall be servant of all. For even the Son of Man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister."

Christian service exemplifies neighborliness.
Luke 10:36,37
Christian service is Christ-like.
John 13:1-17
Christian service demonstrates love.
John 21:15-17
Christian service lightens life's burdens.
Gal. 5:13-15
Gal. 6:1-10
Acts 20:17-20
Heb. 10:23-25

The place of worship and the place of service. We also "assemble" for service. The Body functions as a congregation.

As God's servants, believers have specific responsibilities.

Christians are to leave all to follow Christ.

Phil. 3:7,8 "But what things were gain to me, those I counted loss for Christ. Yea, doubtless, and I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus, my Lord; for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but refuse, that I may win Christ."

Believers are to render undivided service.

1 Chron. 15:10-15

1 Sam. 7:3 "And Samuel spoke unto all the house of Israel, saying, If ye do return unto the Lord with all your hearts, then put away the foreign gods and Ashtaroth from among you, and prepare your hearts unto the Lord, and serve him only; and he will deliver you out of the hand of the Philistines. Then the children of Israel did put away Baalim and Ashtaroth, and served the Lord only."

Believers are to serve with humility.

Acts 20:18,19

Believers are to serve with courage.

Deut. 1:17 "Ye shall not respect persons in judgment, but ye shall hear the small as well as the great; ye shall not be afraid of the face of man, for the judgment is God's; and the cause that is too hard for you, bring it unto me [Moses], and I will hear it."

Prov. 29:25 "The fear of man bringeth a snare; but whoso putteth his trust in the Lord shall be safe."

Examples of faithful service

The Lord Jesus Christ served men.

Phil. 2:7 "But made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men."

Godly men served the Lord by serving other men.
* Peter and Andrew, Mark 1:17,18
* Zaccheus, Luke 19:6 ff
* Paul, Acts 9:20
The rewards of faithful service
The faithful servant gains spiritual knowledge.
Hos. 6:3 "Then shall we know, Lord; his gome unto us as the rain, as the latter and former rain unto the earth."

The faithful servant gains divine viewpoint.

John 8:12 "Then spoke Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world; he that followeth me shall not walk darkness, but shall have the light of life."

The faithful servant has spiritual guidance.
John 10:27 "My sheep hear my voice, and I know them and they follow me."
The faithful servant receives honor from God.
John 12:26 "If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am, there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my Father honor."
The faithful servant has a life of joy.

Psalm 40:8 "I delight to do thy will, O my God; yea, thy law is within my heart."
John 4:36 "And he that reapeth receiveth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal, that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together."

The restoration is made up of the church of Jesus Christ that has regained its purity of the original ideal. We are the children of this last generation and those of the early church are the Fathers that we are to be reconciled to. The Jerusalem Church is the Mother Church of the first Christian fathers.

The idea of Jerusalem as the Headquarters of the Holy Ghost may have already developed in the early stages of the church but with similar phenomenon occurring in Samaria, that notion was put aside. Up to this point the Church had made no effort to carry the gospel outside Jerusalem. Many people from surrounding communities in Palestine had come into the city, had heard the message and had been saved and healed and filled with the Holy Ghost. The Word, however, cannot be contained: "But you shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and you shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth." Jesus did not just leave changed individuals, he left a community, the Church, and still does. To think of Jesus is necessarily to think of the Church; He is our one foundation that the church is built upon.

The apostle Peter was the acknowledged spokesman in the Jerusalem Church, but before many years, presumably as the missionary travels of Peter carried him ever more frequently away from Jerusalem, James, the brother of Jesus became what was later to be regarded as the first bishop. There were many congregations in Jerusalem, most of them small and would meet together for special meals and services in various homes, private rooms or small chapels, and organized themselves on the model of the synagogue. Each congregation was called an "ekklesia" - the Greek term for the popular assembly in municipal governments. Slaves were always welcomed and no attempts were made to free them, but they were comforted by the promise of a future Kingdom in which all could be free. Early converts were primarily working class with some middle-class, and a few among the rich. The house of Mary, the mother of Mark would serve as the headquarters of the Jerusalem congregation. This was the same place that Jesus conducted the last supper in its upper room. It must have been quite large and probably held at least 500.

The most important event of the Lord's Day in the early church was the celebration of the Lord's Supper. The Eucharist lay at the very heart of its life. These early worshipers of Jeshua continued steadfastly in the apostle's doctrine and fellowship, and in the breaking of bread and of prayers. They had no church buildings yet, church would be held in private houses, probably in well-to-do member's homes, since they were large enough; a place for prayers, for the reading of scripture and for the singing of hymns. Psalms would be used as well as the new Christian hymns that were beginning to appear. "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord." They also went to the temple for prayers on the Sabbath but from the beginning, the Lord's Day was established.

The Jerusalem Church was a worshiping church, they never forgot to visit God's house. Great things will happen when we come together in spirit and in truth. The spirit of God moves mightily upon God's worshiping people when we come together in brotherhood and unity. The Jerusalem church was a happy and joyful church, gladness was there, when they raised up holy hands, the spirit of the Lord filled them, it was the joy of their salvation. Others could not help but be attracted to a church like this. These things will happen for us and I for one cannot wait, I am impatient, I am anxious, I am confident that it will come but believe that it will happen only as we do it together, then Jesus will come for us. Maranatha Jesus. It will happen, please make it happen for everyone that reads these words.

Early services would consist of a formal address or sermon by the bishop or elder in charge of the church, or by some visiting apostle who happened to be passing through. The apostles proclaimed the Gospel to those who would listen, in the name of the Eternal, and they must believe, because we are endowed with miraculous power and restore health to the sick. The Epistle of James is a good example of this type of preaching. It was informal, members would partake of the service, there were brief sermons or expositions and spontaneous, even highly emotional utterances. A visitor to one of these services would have been struck by a feeling of contagious enthusiasm and exuberant vitality. The early church was confident that Jesus was coming quickly. The first Christians saw little need to write down Church history and doctrine, verbal transmission would suffice for their short time on earth.

The Jerusalem Church was a united church. From the very first, the Jerusalem Church considered themselves a brotherhood in unity, not in word only but in deed - a living realization of what was given to us as an example through the life of Jesus. In calling themselves brothers they felt obligated to live up to that ideal, not out of a sense of legalism but of their own accord and servitude of Jesus and the brethren, each according to their need and according to the gifts that the Lord had given to them. The common comment among the pagans watching them from the outside in bewilderment and hostility at the new religion, was "see how these Christians love each other." It was the duty of each and every disciple of "the Way" to be united, sympathetic, fraternal, compassionate, humble, giving good for evil and blessing for abuse and as being heirs of the kingdom.

The Jerusalem Church was a loving church, a giving and sharing church. There were no beggars among the believers, although the Jews as a whole had many. The goal of the community was that there be no poor among them. The members were especially united in the apostle's instruction and the communal life. "And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any of them that ought of the things which he possessed was his own; but they had all things common. And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all. Neither was there any among them that lacked: for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold, And laid them down at the apostles' feet: and distribution was made unto every man according as he had need."

As we see, the members of the Jerusalem community voluntarily shared their possessions with one another, even selling their property from time to time as funds were needed to help the poor. What it practiced was the struggle against mammon, against the cares of this world, against selfishness; it demanded of themselves the type of self-sacrificing love that serves others. Because they believed in the quick return of the Lord Jesus and the end of the age, they were indifferent to earthly possessions. The relief of the poor was an identifying characteristic from the beginning. They had a common fund and the proceeds were then given to the apostles for distribution. What was practiced was a voluntary community of goods out of this love for each other but it bears no relation to the totalitarian practices of communism today. The principal of stewardship was made clear to them early. What they had was not their own, but they themselves belonged to God and all they possessed were His. The more fervent converts pooled their money and labor for the general welfare. No hypocritical family values here, the welfare of others were more important than their own. This is the social gospel that was instituted from the beginning and what makes the apostate church of today so obviously recognizable in that this type of worship is considered demonic. There was an intense feeling of responsibility for each other. A true Christian in these days could not bear to have too much when others had so little. Some made heroic sacrifices in order to share fully in the life of the commune, some had to leave families who would disown them and jobs that would no longer be available. Baptism meant initiation into a community that shared this distinctive lifestyle.

The Jerusalem Church was a preaching church. In the early church there were four types of preaching which fit perfectly together with the five-fold ministry today:

Kerugma: A herald's announcement, a plain statement of the factual fundamentals of a Christian message, about which, as the early preachers saw it, there can be no argument and there can be no denial. This is the evangelistic gift.

Didache: Literally means "teaching" and the teacher would clarify and work out the meanings, significance and the implications of the facts which have been proclaimed.

Paraklesis: Exhortation - which is the prophetic office and spiritually urged upon men the duty and the obligation of fitting their lives to match the kerugma and the Didache which had just been given.

Homilia: which means the treatment of any subject or department in life in light of the Christian message.

Fully rounded preaching should have something of all these four elements.

The Jerusalem Church was a teaching church. There was an urgent need to tell of the resurrection and the teachers among them were outstanding men who could initiate new members. To be an inheritor of eternal life, a soul must repent and believe in the Gospel, must do the will of the Father, believe in the heavenly Jesus, and confess Him openly here on earth. We as Christians were taught in those days to have the grace of humility, if covetous, we must renounce earthly possessions and even family, must do works of mercy in the name of Jesus, and for the Gospel's sake, must bring joy into the lives of the oppressed, must be baptized and be a communicant, must have the wedding garment, must make use of the means of grace and must not sin against the Holy Ghost. These are the ones that have the right to partake of the Tree of Life.

The Jerusalem Church was a praying church. These early Christians knew that they could not live under their own power and they didn't have to either. They always spoke with God before they spoke to men. It was a church with a reverence, fear of God and awe that each revival of history must compare itself to. It was a church where things happened just by them being there with Jesus among them. Signs and wonders were evident everywhere they met. When this type of faith died, we lost our first love for Jesus. Do we want it back? Those in the true restoration do but there will always be those in the church that think they have it already and will oppose us, every time. This is why the children cannot be reconciled with the fathers, pride and self-righteousness is in control of the church. When this faith died, the church became the giver of salvation, instead of Jesus. If we can only believe that Jesus can make these things happen again, we can be revived, we can be restored and we can be reconciled unto these early Fathers. But it takes action, not just faith, it take being doers of the word, not just hearers, it takes living for Jesus enough to carry His cross, put away our pride, crucify the flesh and let Jesus live through us like never before. Then we will we be as these early saints who lived as the whole world was the temple of God, we will fill the stadiums, the Jews will be jealous for us and we will have the power to really love each other as Jesus loves us, proving to the world that Jesus Christ is Lord.

The Jerusalem Church was an evangelistic church. Evangelistic supervision was never questioned in the Jerusalem Church but it was done in the power of the Holy Ghost and not as a class of people. The evangelistic work was begun from the first - first in Jerusalem, then in Samaria, and then in Antioch. Noone made the decision to be called of God, they were called by God. It is not enough to want to serve the Lord, we must be called to it as a response to our initial faith. You cannot seek to be an apostle, God will seek them out and call them. Apostles and missionaries are sent, many are not sent but go anyway. And each one of us should have the deference to the Lord in all things in that "many are called but few are chosen."

For several years after the death of Jesus, the "good tidings" were spread exclusively by word of mouth. this method was used by Jesus Himself who preached only. The Christians called this method "catechesis", that is, "re-echoing" because the teacher made his words re-echo in the presence of His disciples. Thereafter, the disciple who had completed his course of instruction was the "catechized", that is one to whom the good tidings had been re-echoed.

The Jerusalem Church was a democratic church. The rule of the churches was democratic from the beginning, to be a republican as the Romans were would never have entered their mind. Decisions were made from the will of the majority, the sense of assembly, prophets bearing witness, no clergy, no laity and the members spoke as the spirit led them to speak. All the churches, the different congregations, were at first autonomous, the only bond linking them to others was fellowship. This ideal condition did not long endure. For the better administration of these early churches that were growing so fast, the early Christians chose among them at first deacons and then bishops to feed the church. This started out not as first among equals but servants among the flock. It was not until later that the church became republican and introduced the idea of clergy and laity, diluting the authority of Christ among them by destroying the unity of the five-fold ministry with Jesus as the Head.

The Jerusalem Church was a serving church. Christianity needs no governing system outside of the authority of the Lord Jesus Christ. A general working system was established for mutual care, evangelism, catechetical instruction, protection and unity. Those from the Jerusalem congregation ordained elders in every church, knowing that one of them would some day "exalt himself above all that is called God." They did not regard this supply of needed help as lording it over God's heritage but as servants and ministers of the Gospel.

During the first few decades of the early church, Christianity appeared as another sect of Judaism by Roman officials, who failed to distinguish the church from the synagogue. They continued to use the Temple as a place of worship and observed the Jewish law, including its ceremonies, circumcision, and the dietary regulations. Even some Pharisees joined them. The Christians were predominately Galilean in membership and only distinguished from other Jews by their belief as Jesus as their Messiah and by their expectation of an early return. Christians were able to use this to their advantage and enjoyed a freedom from interference from the Romans that greatly facilitated the spread of the gospel. Early on, there were those who believed that Jesus would render the temple obsolete and do away with the distinctively Jewish customs. If it were to be true to its founder, a religion quite distinct from Judaism must emerge. With the rapid growth of the Christians, new converts were gradually deprived of their original immunity from state interference. Romans gradually made the distinction between the Christians and the Jew out of Jewish interference in publically disavowing any connection to the Christians whatsoever and repudiating them. As the antagonism grew, so did the controversy surrounding the differences. Persecutions came later, such as Nero.

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