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Wise Nomination Committee

Wise Nomination Committee

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Published by Aino
A piece of advice for the Church Nomination Committee
A piece of advice for the Church Nomination Committee

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Published by: Aino on Sep 22, 2009
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God will make something out of nothing. When Jesus choose His first batch of disciples, the twelve disciples were ordinary men. God used them in anextraordinary manner. The twelve consist of fishermen, a tax collector, and arevolutionist. The Gospels record the constant failings, struggles, and doubts of these twelve men who followed Jesus Christ. The leaders that Jesus himselnominated to be his “council members” were ordinary sinners. How do the churchappoint its’ council members today? The church have their own set of criteria orrules to “judge” the nominated council members. Sadly, they did not follow thescripture. The first criteria the nomination committee should bear in mind is written inMatthew 7 : 1 – 2 "Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same wayyou judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will bemeasured to you.” Literally, it means the nomination committee cannot judge aneligible candidate based on his or her personal life. They should only be interestedin the leadership qualities. The second criteria is in Roman 3 : 10 – 12 As it is written : "There is no onerighteous, not even one; there is no one who understands, no one who seeks God.All have turned away, they have together become worthless; there is no one whodoes good, not even one." Basically it mean that none of us is worthy to do His job. The third criteria which is most important is found in Roman 3 : 23 “for all havesinned and fall short of the glory of God.” In the eye of God, all of us are equal. We(including the nomination committee) are trash and rubbish in His sight. However,all of us are saved and entitled to serve Him by His grace.AFTER selecting the candidate by considering the three criteria above, the onlyadvice that the church entitle to give to the candidate is in Titus 1 : 7 – 9 “Since

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