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The Blessing of Partnership

Dear Friends,

Your membership is very valuable because it gives you access to information that will give you the wisdom you need to both gain biblical health yourself and to share this "life-charging" information with others.  We believe Christians who achieve biblical health can live long and strong enjoying life and serving God and humanity.   But there's more we can offer you.  Let us explain: The Bible teaches us that God will give additional rewards to people beyond their wonderful gift of salvation and eternal life in Heaven.   These extra rewards are given to those believers who do God’s work either directly or by supporting others.

The following Bible verses confirm the biblical truth concerning the additional rewards that God will give to those believers who qualify: Matthew 5:10-12,19, 6:1-6,16-21, 10:41-42, 16:27, 19:21,29, 25:14-30; Mark 10-29-30; Luke 6:22-23,35, 12:33-34, 18:22, 19:12-27;

1 Corinthians 2:9, 3:8-15, 2 Corinthians 5:10, 9:6; Galatians 6:7-9; 1Timothy 6:17-19; Hebrews 6:10, 11:6; 1Peter 1:4; 2 John 1:8; Revelation 2:23, 22:12; Genesis 15:1; Psalms 16:11, 18:20; Jeremiah 17:10; Daniel 12:3. 

Therefore, when you become a partner by regularly supporting this ministry, you will share in all of the reward this global ministry will receive due to our worldwide work in healing people so that they can become healthy in body, soul and spirit.  This is such a necessary ministry because biblically healthy people are enabled to fully know and follow the truth. To confirm this valuable information, we now present an important Bible teaching to you about the rewards people receive when they partner with ministries that are truly doing God’s will. This teaching will encourage you to partner with us so you can maximize your eternal rewards that will be yours for eternity!

Please read the following verses in your Bible:  Numbers 31:1-12, 25-27.  

Verse 25: Notice the Lord God Almighty is speaking to one of his greatest leaders, Moses, and He says this to him in verses 26-27:

“Count up the plunder that was taken--of man and beast…and divide the plunder into two parts, between those who took part in the war, who went out to battle, and all the congregation" (NKJV).   In other words, the people who went out to battle got 1/2 of the plunder or spoils of war, and the people (the entire remaining congregation) who stayed behind in support got 1/2 of the plunder. Let’s go a little deeper:

Verses 5, 6a reads: “So there were recruited from the divisions of Israel one thousand from each tribe, twelve thousand armed for war. So Moses sent them to the war…”(NKJV).  Certain people were recruited to fight.  They were probably the best fighters. They were sent by their tribes. Please keep in mind that all of the Israelites were united in following one leader who was truly anointed by God to lead.  Therefore, the fighters who went to battle and the rest of the entire congregation who did not were all united in a common cause under God’s anointed leadership to win a war, which God had called them to fight and win.  God views these two groups as co-equal, those who went and those who stayed. This is clearly the fact since both groups got 1/2 of the plunder. 

So there is a principle here that the Bible teaches us concerning rewards. If an entire group of God’s people is following God-ordained leadership who is explicitly carrying out God’s will by performing an important ministry made known in God’s Word, then those who work in a partnership role supporting that ministry will receive the same reward as those who are performing that ministry. Now for those of us who love mathematics we need to add up the value of the plunder to make one more important connection.  Only 12,000 recruits fought on the front lines of the battle, but they got 1/2 the plunder.  You can read about the distribution in Verses 32-47. This means that the rest of the congregation numbering in the hundreds of thousands also got 1/2 of the plunder.  Therefore, on an individual basis those who fought on the front lines got much more of the plunder, but as two groups both the fighters and those who stayed behind received the same reward. In this ministry we will train many certified healers who will be teaching about biblical health throughout the world.  Therefore, many partners will  be needed to support them, which creates the opportunity for an equal number of ministers and partners to work together and to equally share in the full amount of the eternal reward.

Let’s continue this important study.  Please read 1 Samuel 30:1-10, 17-25. 

Notice once again that we see a Spirit-led, anointed, ordained leader of God, King David, followed by 600 men. 200 of the men are weary and do not go to battle.  They stay behind while 400 go to battle in obedience to the command of God. They are carrying out God’s will.

They win! 

Verse 24: All share in the reward equally. Why?

Verse 23: Because God gave the victory, not the 400 men by themselves.  Who would think otherwise?

In this instance every person shared equally in the amount off the reward.

Verse25: And this is how it was to be from this day forward. 

Verse 23: All rewards come from the Lord. Those engaged in the common cause of war, even though remaining at camp with the supplies due to weariness from previous battles, still receive equal rewards in amount with those who are fighting on the front lines of the battle. 

What’s the difference in these two examples?  Only 12,000 fighters were recruited under Moses’ leadership from the very large congregation of Israel, but the 200 men who stayed behind were weary because they had been on the front lines fighting on behalf of their leader, David.

Please listen carefully so you can maximize your eternal reward.

You will receive a greater reward if you remain a committed partner with a ministry team that is led by God-ordained leaders who are carefully following God’s will. In this role, you are not a front-line fighter, but you are a totally committed partner who regularly supports the ministry. You support every way you can with prayer, financial support, distribution and discussion of our ministry teaching materials and products and help in any other way to fully support front line fighters.  But if you want to maximize your eternal reward, if you want to receive a full reward, you must become a front-line fighter. Then, if you grow weary at times and have to rest or work in a support role for a season, you will still receive the same reward as those who are still fighting on the front lines.  Why?   Because you have clearly identified yourself as a soldier, and you have proven yourself to be so (2 Timothy 2:3-4). With the example we gave involving Moses only 12,000 were soldiers; but with David's men, all were soldiers.

If you want greater reward, which will be yours for eternity (Matthew 5:19; Etc.-as shown above), be fully committed to partnering with people who have become front line soldiers. Stay in unity, pray and give support every way you can. But if you want to maximize your eternal reward, become a front-line soldier.  We can train you to become a teacher, a healer, a prophesier and a protector!  And when you grow weary from the battle and need to take a break or temporarily fulfill a supporting role, the Lord God Almighty will make sure you still get your full reward as a front-line fighter, a true soldier of the cross.

Church of Holy Water (COHW) relies on the ongoing support of our partners. As a global 501(c)(3), non-profit ministry, financial support from our members and partners from all over the world enables us to produce the urgent materials and products that are needed to bring biblical health to all of humanity. Please consider becoming a monthly partner to help support COHW’s efforts to heal people spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically and to heal the body of Christ corporately.




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