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					PRINCIPLE 20: THE PRINCIPLE
   OF DUPLICATION AND
         HUMILITY
            OR
    WHY GOD CHOOSES TO
    DUPLICATE HIS WORK

                              1
                SIMEON
• Luke 2:25-26 Now there was a man in
  Jerusalem called Simeon, who was
  righteous and devout. He was waiting for
  the consolation of Israel, and the Holy
  Spirit was upon him.
• 26 It had been revealed to him by the Holy
  Spirit that he would not die before he had
  seen the Lord's Christ.

                                           2
   DEEP PRAYERS THROUGH
     DEEP FRUSTRATION
• Luke 2:36-38 There was also a
  prophetess, Anna, She was very old; she
  had lived with her husband seven years
  after her marriage,
• 37 and then was a widow until she was
  eighty-four.
• She never left the temple but worshiped
  night and day, fasting and praying.
                                            3
     FULFILLING HER TASK
• 38 Coming up to them at that very
  moment, she gave thanks to God and
  spoke about the child to all who were
  looking forward to the redemption of
  Jerusalem.




                                          4
THERE WILL BE OTHERS DOING
      THE SAME WORK
• Mark 9:38-39
• Now John answered Him, saying,
  "Teacher, we saw someone who does not
  follow us casting out demons in Your
  name, and we forbade him because he
  does not follow us."
• 39 But Jesus said, "Do not forbid him.”


                                            5
           TWO OR THREE
• 2 Corinthians 13:1
• This will be my third visit to you. "Every
  matter must be established by the
  testimony of two or three witnesses."




                                               6
 HIS WAY OF DOING THINGS
• We must understand that the lord will raise
  up more than one group to do SP in a
  nation.
• That is His way of doing things.




                                            7
HUMILITY IN PRAYER




                     8
     CASTING OUR CROWNS
        BEFORE JESUS
• Revelation 4:10-11 The twenty-four
  elders fall down before Him who sits on
  the throne and worship Him who lives
  forever and ever, and cast their crowns
  before the throne, saying:
• 11 "You are worthy, O Lord, To receive
  glory and honor and power; For You
  created all things, And by Your will they
  exist and were created."

                                              9
     SINGING TO THE LORD
• Psalm 101:1
• I will sing of your love and justice; to you,
  O LORD, I will sing praise.
• Ill. Seven trees on Beach Lane.
• Women preacher told me I could do it.
• CD Walkman and tapes can help.


                                                  10
PERSONAL TIMES OF WORSHIP
• Making personal worship an integral part of your
  prayer life.
• Luke 17:7 "Suppose one of you had a servant
  plowing or looking after the sheep. Would he say
  to the servant when he comes in from the field,
  'Come along now and sit down to eat'?
• 8 Would he not rather say, 'Prepare my supper,
  get yourself ready and wait on me while I eat
  and drink; after that you may eat and drink'?


                                                 11
         DOING OUR DUTY
      FULFILLING OUR CALLING
•   9 Would
          he thank the servant because he
  did what he was told to do?
• 10 So you also, when you have done
  everything you were told to do, should say,
  'We are unworthy servants; we have only
  done our duty.'"



                                           12
 WE WERE CHOSEN TO DO THE
           TASK
• John 15:16
• You did not choose me, but I chose you
  and appointed you to go and bear fruit--
  fruit that will last. Then the Father will give
  you whatever you ask in my name.




                                                13
            HE DID IT ALL
• Isaiah 26:12
• LORD, you establish peace for us; all that
  we have accomplished you have done for
  us.
• Ex. Ed Miller in Atlanta. We did nothing!




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