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First, in Divine Appointments, by Bob Jacks and Matthew R. Jacks, with Pam Mellskog, it is stated that if you have accepted Jesus Christ, you can trust that the Holy Spirit hovers in and around you, at all times. He's got big plans, for each day, that go beyond earning a living, caring for your family and enjoying leisure time. The Holy Spirit appoints each, of us, to God's great welcoming committee.
Following, plainclothes believers must remain transparent, in every area, of daily life---from marketplace interactions, to the relationships, developing, under their own roof. Let those who know you see Christ, in you, warts and all.
Next, getting equipped also involves recognizing spiritual warfare. Building a spiritual team is like building a baseball team. You don't want all catchers or all pitchers. The same, with your spiritual team. You will have the best chance, at success, if you have a team, of people, with these gifts: hospitality, mercy, teaching, evangelism and faith. We are therefore Christ's ambassadors, as though God were making his appeal, through us.
Finally, sharing the uncommon love of Christ raises eyebrows, turns heads. However, like it or not, the heartbreakers will help you identify more deeply, with the Man of Sorrows. If you embrace the richness, of your blessing and mix that, with 24/7 availability---look out! You may have, to quit, your day job because God's going, to keep, you busy.