Reflection. The need for self-criticism to achieve growth in the Church. By Fabian Massa.

Translated from Spanish to English with Google Translate.

Week 70 shares with us: "The need for self-criticism to achieve growth in the Church. 

Video: Enough so sweetly, it's time to really play!

. Please you imagine what would happen if you is:

1. A Technical Director of a football team that is unable to leave the lower divisions of the category in 20 years.

2. A Director of School where students entering Grade 1 and remain there for 20 years, never to the next grade.

3. Conductor than 20 years rehearses with his band always the same collection of songs that sound different shades alone will change and decor.

. Undoubtedly, you will be horrified to each of these three situations, most of you will agree on the need.:

1. Switch to S.D. so that the team finally have a sports progress.

2. Change the Director of the school and put another that implements policies that allow the sound development of the students, so they can graduate from Elementary School and continue their studies.

3. Change the Conductor, so the band can learn and play other songs, not bored us with the same refrain.

Now imagine that you might like Pastor or leader is doing something similar in his Church, (the same is true of any other leadership activity.):

1. Y is a stagnant congregation can not leave the same routine for 20 years, circling always on the same.

2. That his congregation 20 years ago that teaches you the basics themselves how repentance from acts that lead to death, faith in God, 2 instruction about baptisms, the laying on of hands, the resurrection of the dead and eternal judgment (Hebrews 6.1-2 NIV) and THAT ALTHOUGH THE SAME ALWAYS TAUGHT NEVER END OF LEARN IT.

3. That the Church always the same subjects 20 years are played in different passages throughout the whole Bible, but always giving the same teaching (and above the congregation when he hears "the same song" surprised as if he'd never heard).

Put a hand on your heart and think if maybe we should not change anything in the way of saying things, because guilt "does not have the pig, but he who feeds him [1]".
God being God, revised its creation, noting if I really had done was good (Genesis 1.4 / 9/12/18/21/25) and ending his Work, 31 God saw all that he had made, and it was very okay. And there was evening, and came the morning were the sixth day. Gen. 1.31 RV60.

Let us please as is the Church and consider that we need to make adjustments to get out of mediocrity, religiosity and postmodernism that is mired [2].

Week 70 is about to begin, we need to prepare us to understand the times we are passing and prophecies than advertised.

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Stagnation, Hebrews 5 and 6, postmodernism.


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