Man of God (by Len Winneroski)

Being a “Man of God” can mean taking a lot of flak. But I’d rather take flak for the truth then be thought well of for any/all the lies of the world.

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braveheartWhat is a man of God? How does a man of God differ from a man of the world? Is the title “man of God” reserved for priests and pastors?

This morning I was reading 1 Timothy, chapter 6. Paul referred to Timothy as a “man of God” in this letter and laid out some basic principles for godly men to follow:

  • a man of God does not teach false doctrines, he teaches and fights for truth.
  • a man of God does not enjoy and provoke controversy and quarrels.
  • a man of God does not see godliness as a means to financial gain.
  • a man of God puts his hope and trust in God, not money.
  • a man of God finds his contentment in Christ, not in wealth.
  • a man of God pursues righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness.
  • a man of God is generous and rich in good…

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