Being faithful means not only being faithful to God, but also being faithful to your family, friends, work, school, and obligations. It means practicing faithfulness in all situations because the more faithful we are in one situation, the more faithful we can be in another. For instance, we can practice faithfulness by always attending our swimming/piano/soccer lessons or Sunday school so that we build up the habit to be faithful to God.
Being available means that you open yourself up to being changed by God and others. To be available to be changed by God requires that you come to God willing to give up your sinful nature, even if it might be super hard to give up. For example, it might be very difficult to stay patient with others, but when we make ourselves available to God, we humbly ask that God help us to stay patient when we don't want to be. Also, we make ourselves available to others by asking them to help us grow by pointing out sins in our lives or being available to serve them if they are in need of help.
Being teachable requires humility in front of God and others by saying "God, I am a weak sinner and I can't do this on my own. Would you teach me how to be more like You?" We know that God has a perfect nature, and that He also has the power to change us. Therefore, only God can teach us the right ways! However, we can also learn about how sinful we are or how we can lead more righteous lives when we interact with others. So being teachable in front of others means that we accept that sometimes, someone else might know more about something than we do, and we ask them for help or prayer.
So these are three ways that we can become better disciples of Christ!
Also since you guys wanted some videos, I attached below links:
This is a dance in an outreach event a few years ago. The original version of the song by the artist John Mark McMillan- one of my favorite artists! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkpwS5qN0GI&feature=fvsr
And a cool video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtSMlNizIWM&feature=related
Until next time,