Celebration of Discipline - The Discipline of Service Summary & Analysis

Richard Foster (religion)
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The Discipline of Service Summary and Analysis

The discipline of service is presented with the example set forth by Jesus. During the Last Supper when Jesus washed the feet of the disciples, He was giving them the chance to answer a call to service. It was no longer about who was the best but rather who would serve. But it is important to make sure it is not "self -ighteous service." That means it needs to be done from a desire deep within that comes from God, not from human desires or goals. True service means doing so without receiving credit or rewards.

First he describes the service of hiddenness. This service helps reduce pride while still providing joy and spreading love. The next service is the service of small things. No act of service is too small. In fact, the small...

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