You are blessed to be a blessing
The benefits of partnership seem obvious when we recognize the fact that, we “all” need help, material needs and prayer. In his letter to the Church at Philippi, Apostle Paul pointed out some of the rewards and the blessings of partnering with God.
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About this partnership
Partnership is an awesome and powerful thing when it is done in line with the Word of God. Through partnership, we don’t try to do a marketing strategy for this ministry to raise finances. This partnership is about how much more we can accomplish together than we ever could as a single ministry and our partnership will be based on the principles of partnership from the Word of God.
In Philippians 1:3-5, the Apostle Paul wrote to the church at Philippi and said, “I thank God upon every remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy, for your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now.” That word fellowship there in the original Greek (koinonia) means, the close association between persons, emphasizing what is common between them; by extension, participation, sharing, contribution, and gift. It is the outcome of such a close relationship that it manifests itself in distribution, communication, and communion. This word can be translated partnership. It describes a covenant relationship between two parties who have common interests. The purpose of their relationship is to accomplish something that neither of them could do alone. Biblical partnership is not about what you can do for me or what I can do for you. Biblical partnership is about doing whatever each of us has to do to accomplish the vision or goal that is set out to be accomplish.
Even when Jesus came to the Earth to fulfill his ministry he looked for people who were willing to become partners with him in preaching the gospel of the Kingdom. He started with twelve disciples who partnered with him. Notice, not even the Apostle Paul or Jesus trounced around with their chest out saying, “I’ve been gifted and anointed by God and I can do this all by myself.” No, they needed partners. They needed people who God called to partner with them.
The relationship that we share will be free from all pressure. You will never be pressured by us to give to this ministry. This ministry will never do anything to pressure you to meet our needs financially or any other way. All I ask of you is that you pray and seek God’s wisdom on what He wants you to do where this ministry is concerned. He will reveal it to you and when He does, just do what He says. How you fulfill your part in your partnership with this ministry is between you and God and when you find out what He wants you to do, then it’s your responsibility to keep up with it and do it.
Our responsibility to you is to be a part of your spiritual growth and progress as a believer. We desire to see you experiencing God’s best in every area of your life, so that you walk in the victory that Jesus obtained for you on the cross.
To Share in the Gospel
The Kingdom of God was advanced “because of… partnership in the gospel from the first day until now” (Phil 1:5). Paul knew he was not alone in his work. He had a partnership going, and the Philippian Church were co-laborers with him for the glory of God.
They had the present satisfaction of knowing that they were engaged in the work of Paul’s apostolic ministry. As partners, they were current participants in the rewards of the harvest and in the future, receivers of the spiritual rewards laid up in heaven.
They were Positioned to Receive from God
“Not that I desire your gifts; what I desire is that more be credited to your account… And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of His glory in Christ Jesus” (Phil. 4:17-19)(2 Cor. 9:7-14).
The reason for God to prosper you is so that you can establish His kingdom here on the earth; and if you seek to build that kingdom, then He will provide a supernatural divine flow that will meet all your needs.
They Shared in God’s Grace and Anointing
“It is right for me to feel this way about all of you, since I have you in my heart; for whether I am in chains or defending and confirming the gospel, all of you share in God’s grace with me” (Phil. 1:7). This word grace here is referring to the anointing (the empowerment, strength) that was on the Apostle Paul’s life to do what God called him to do. He is writing to his partners and he says because of our partnership you are partakers of my grace or my anointing. He was telling them that the same anointing that was on him as an Apostle had become available to them through partnership.
Paul tells the Philippians that they are not only partners in the gospel, but they are also sharing in the grace of God with him. To him, God’s grace not only meant God’s undeserved favor, but it also meant His enabling power (2 Cor 12:9) and his ministry anointing and calling (Eph. 3:7-8). There’s a divine connection and a flow of anointing in partnership that is so powerful.
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