Spiritual Growth Method

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This is a storyboard about Spiritual Growth Method, and how it can be applied to teenage life in Hong Kong

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  • ...‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25:40
  • Can you spare some change, young person. Just a little bit would be enough
  • I am not a rich man, but I am definitely blessed. Whatever I have done for this man, I have done for God.
  • Listening/Reading: With a submissive heart you open yourself up to be led, taught, counselled by the Holy Spirit/Bible.
  • Teenager sees the beggar near a store, asking for money
  • God bless you, and help you
  • Thank you, young man
  • Discernment: Consider how the Biblical command can be applied in the current situation or if you feel/hear the Holy Spirit saying something to you, then clarify that it is from God and the specifics of what to do.
  • I have stepped and provided for this man. I'm obedient to God. God hinted that we should help people, and I got this opportunity. God is good all the time, and all the time God is good.
  • Action- Do whatever you are being led to do, whether it is to speak to someone, give something to somebody, or reprioritizing your life. The emphasis here is that love must be evident in the action. Otherwise you will come off as holier than thou.
  • A teenager giving money and the Bible to this beggar
  • Learn/Reflect- Because you should be operating out of love, it doesn't matter how the person you are helping responds. By reflecting and seeing God speak to you, the actions you took, and the impact it made you begin to see that this life is about something far bigger than just yourself. You also see that as you took a step out into action, that was also a step faith. This event becomes a brick on your tower of faith.
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