The message of brother Theodore at the 28th night of the fasting praise and prayer Crusade was a heart-to-heart sharing on nobility in relationship. He started the slot by sharing good news of the acquisition of a huge property in Germany.
A property of more than 2 hectares with 7 halls of between 300 and 1500 seats and more; with at least seven offices, and an owner villa with 10 rooms. Brother Theodore specified that he was sharing the good news so that the brethren can bring their contribution and liberate themselves from the curse of always receiving. He emphasized that relationship should be built on a principle of nobility from within. This consists in making sure that you receive humbly and also give joyfully, for it is base to always be in the consumer role. Brother Theodore commented further that there are two types of people in the world: those who are problems, and those who are solutions. And each person chooses his side depending on his environment, on what is put in him. If you put God in a child you produce Heaven, but if you put problems, jealousy, wickedness, you produce hell, Brother added.
Insisting further on nobility in relationships, Brother Theodore said that the value you give to your partner depends not on what you receive from him or her, but on what they have cost you. He explained that it is the pathway par excellence to totally close your heart to adultery no matter your age or your level of sanctification. This cost, the leader specified, is not a matter of amount, but according to what you can do.
The leader therefore led the crusaders to pray that God will impart in our hearts this inner nobility as he urged the brethren to identify themselves to the projects at hand by stretching out the hand to give, thus experiencing the joy and blessing of giving.
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