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Som 01-02 wordview 3 - calling

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  1. 1. SOM 01 Foundations of Our Faith SOM 01-02 Worldview 2 This class will examine the basic foundational beliefs of the evangelical Christian church, with a focus on Redemption, Church, Calling, & Re-creation.
  2. 2. Evang. Worldview: Calling 8. CHRISTIAN CONDUCT: We believe that a Christian should live for the glory of God & the well-being of the fellow men; that his conduct should be blameless before the world; that he should be a faithful steward of his possessions, &. Scripture: 1Co 10:31; Ro 12:1-3; He 12:1-2; Jo 14:15,23-34; 1Jo 2:3-6; 2Co 9:6-9; 4:2; Col 1:9-10 that he should seek to realise for himself & others the full stature of maturity in Christ
  3. 3. • There are no class distinctions among Christians. • God calls His people to radical discipleship. • Every Christian is gifted for His service in all areas of life. • The Gospel is holistic & transformational.. Evang. Worldview: Calling
  4. 4. Mga Kaloob ng Diyos SPIRITUAL GIFTS (1Co 12: Ro. 12: Ep 4) FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT (Ga 5:22-23) All God’s People Are Gifted And Called To Various Task By The Spirit These Are Service Gifts Specific Task Or Functions To Which God Calls & Fits Each Christian Cooperation Dei – In Cooperation with God (Ga 2:20) – To perform & accomplish. Love Joy Peace Patience Kindness Goodness Faithfulness Gentleness Self-control General Character Of Believer Barometer Of Spirituality
  5. 5. FROM GOD TO GOD PRIMARY CALLING – TO SOMEONE SECONDARY CALLING – TO SOMETHING TERTIARY CALLING – TO SOMEWHERE Grace Gifts Guidance CALLING STATION /PROFESSIO N VOCATION / CAREER < NO RETIREMENT > < RETIREMENT> CALLING PRECEEDS BUT OUTLASTS CAREER But never uncalled. Maybe unemployed
  6. 6. "The Reformation made all secular life into a vocation of God. It was like a baptism of the secular world. It refused any longer to regard the specially religious calling of priest or monk as higher in moral scale than the calling of cobbler or prince. Christian energy was turned away from the still & contemplative towards action. The man who would leave the world turned into the man who would change it." – Owen Chadwick
  7. 7. Apostle Prophet Evangelist Pastor Teacher Eph 4:11 “… upang ihanda sa paglilingkod ang lahat ng hinirang, sa ikauunlad ng kanyang iglesya.” 5-Fold Ministry “Every Believer a Leader” “At ang iba’y ginawang apostol, ang iba’y propeta, ang iba’y ebanghelista, ang iba’y pastor at guro.”
  8. 8. Tungkulin: Apostle One who is sent Urgency of Tomorrow Impact: Extension Tungkulin: Prophet One who knows Demands of today in light of tomorrow Impact: Integration Tungkulin: Evangelist One who recruits Urgency of today Impact: Expansion Tungkulin: Pastor One who cares Demands of today Impact: Nurture Tungkulin: Teacher One who explains Integration Impact: Under- standing
  9. 9. Apostolic Apostle Mission Matrix: The Nature/Structure of the whole church’s mission Mission Matrix: The Nature/Structure of the church’s leadership
  10. 10. A P E PT Entrepreneur, pioneer, strategist, innovator, visionary Questioner, disturber, agitator Recruiter, passionate communicator of organisational message, recruits to the cause Humaniser, carer, social cement/glue Systematiser, philosopher, translator From Frost & Hirsch, The Shaping of Things to Come, 174
  11. 11. It's not that movements abolish the clergy. Rather they abolish the laity. Everyone is ordained & mobilized for ministry. Steve Addison, When the church goes to the dogs (Shapevine Training Systems, 2009), p 3.
  12. 12. 4 Na Maling Paniniwala Tungkol sa Calling Misbelief #1: There is a God-ordained division between clergy & laity. Hinati ng Diyos ang mga tao sa 2 bahagi: Mga Pastol & Mga Karaniwang Tao • 1Pe 2:9 – “Datapwat kayo ay isang lahing hinirang, mga saserdote ng Hari, isang bansang nakatalaga sa Diyos. Pinili kayo ng Diyos upang maging kanya at maghayag ng mga kahanga-hangang gawa niya. Siya rin ang tumawag sa inyo mula sa kadiliman tungo sa kanyang kagila-gilas na kaliwanagan.” Ed Silvoso, Anointed for business: How Christians can use their influence in the marketplace to change the world, (Regal Books, 2002), p 23.
  13. 13. Misbelief #2: The Church is called to operate primarily inside a building often referred to as the “Temple.” Tinawag ang church upang kumilos unang-una sa loob ng isang gusali na madalas tinatawag na “Templo.” • Mt 27:50-51 – “Muling sumigaw si Jesus at nalagutan ng hininga. Biglang napunit sa gitna ang tabing ng templo, mula sa itaas hanggang sa ibaba.” • 2Co 6:16 – “Tayo ang templo ng Diyos na buhay! ” • The early church operated in many places, none of them church buildings as we know today. Kumilos ang unang church sa maraming mga lugar, pero hindi tulad ng mga alam nating gusaling iglesya ngayon. • (Ac 8:26-39; 10:27; 16:25; 19:9; Ro 16:5; 1Co 16:19; Ph 4:22) 4 Na Maling Paniniwala Tungkol sa Calling
  14. 14. 4 Na Maling Paniniwala Tungkol sa Calling Misbelief #3: People involved in business cannot be as spiritual as those serving in traditional Church ministry. Ang mga negosyante ay hindi kasi’ng espiritual ng mga naglilingkod sa Diyos bilang mga Pastol, atbp. • 1Co 10:31 – “Kaya nga, kung kayo’y kumakain o umiinom, o anuman ang ginagawa ninyo, gawin ninyo ang lahat sa ikararangal ng Diyos.” • Jesus, karpintero; Apostles, manging-isda; Paul, manggagawa ng tolda; David & Moses, pastol ng mga tupa; Joshua, sundalo; atbp.
  15. 15. 4 Na Maling Paniniwala Tungkol sa Calling Misbelief #4: The primary role of “market-place Christians” is to make money to support the vision of those “in the ministry.” Ang pinaka tungkulin ng “mga Kristyano sa lugar ng komersiyo “ay kumita para suportahan ang pangarap ng mga “naglilingkod sa Diyos.” • Act 18:3 – “… sapagkat sila’y [Priscilla & Aquila] maggagagawa ng mga tolda, tulad niya [Paul].” • Act 20:34 – “Alam ninyong nagbanat ako [Paul] ng buto upang kumita ng ikabubuhay naming magkakasama.”
  16. 16. 4 NA ANTAS NG “MARKETPLACE CHRISTIANITY” There are 4 levels of marketplace Christianity: 1. to be a Christian in the marketplace 2. to be a Christian who applies biblical principles in the marketplace 3. to be a Christian who does business in the fullness & in the power of the Holy Spirit 4. to be a Christian committed to the total transformation of the marketplace. Ed Silvoso, Anointed for business: How Christians can use their influence in the marketplace to change the world, (Regal Books, 2002), p123.
  17. 17. Calling 1. General sense: The call is by Christ, to Christ, & for Christ. 2. It is a gracious initiative of God to salvation. 3. God calls His people to radical discipleship 4. God has gifted His people for service.
  18. 18. Calling 5. Christ shares His power & authority to heal, to cast out demons, to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom. 6. The Good News of the Kingdom is salvation, deliverance, joy, love, healing, peace, justice, righteousness. 7. Christian vocation is transformational. 8. There is no class Christianity. 9. Every Christian is full time, every time, everywhere for God’s glory.
  19. 19. Calling & Culture How do I know what parts of my culture to accept & what parts to reject/change to truly reflect what God wants? Paano ko ba’ng malaman kung ano’ng mga bahagi ng kultura ko na tatanggapin ko & kung ano’ng bahagi na tatanggalin/babaguin ko?
  20. 20. Calling & Creation: Structure God created everything, including the proper purpose for everything. • Relationship between God & man and man & man (Ex. 20:1-17; Matt. 22:27-40). • Government & Authority (Rom. 13:1-6;1 Pet. 13-20) • Marriage & Sexuality (Gen. 2:23-24; Heb. 13:4) If there is a problem just go back to the norms in Scripture, see where there is a difference & change.
  21. 21. Calling & Creation: Direction Anything in creation can be directed either toward or away from God – that is directed either in obedience or disobedience to his law.” Distortion or Perversion of Creation through the Fall Redemption & Restoration of Creation in Christ
  22. 22. Personal Story: "Evidence of Christianity" A Christian ... / Ang Kristyano ay ... 1. Does Not Drink Alcohol / Hindi nag-inum ng Alak 2. Does Not Smoke / Hindi nanigarilyo 3. Does Not Watch Movies/Hindi nanood ng Sine 4. Does not listen to Rock & Roll 5. Wears Modest Clothes / Hindi sinusuot ang sexy na damit 6. Does Not Dance / Hindi sumayaw
  23. 23. Framework: Christian Response 1. What there is about __________ that goes back to creation & reflects a gift of God. Ano ba’ng meron ang __________ na bumabalik sa paglikha at pag larawan sa kaloob ng Diyos? 2. What is the impact of our fallen condition on __________? Ano ba’ng impluwensya ng ating pagiging makasalanang tao sa _________? 3. How can Christians try to redeem __________? Paano ba natin pwedeng tubusin ang __________?
  24. 24. Case Study: Dancing / Pagsayaw Dancing & Creation: bodily movement, rhythm, music, social interaction, enjoyment, healthy, Beautiful, Old Testament: a part of celebration Dancing & Sin: sexual arousal/provocation, promiscuity, provocative dress & suggestive music, hypnotic lighting, liquor or drugs, “worldly amusement” can lead to carnality of intent & imagination, to lust against a woman is adultery. Critical issues related to dancing: sexuality
  25. 25. Dancing: Proposed Alternatives • only between husband & wife; • dance as exercise w/out partners; • some cultural dances; • liturgical dancing; • Right place & occasion.

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