Matthew 28:19-20 go ye therefore and teach all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost; teaching them to observe all things, what so ever I have commanded you, and lo I am with you always; even unto the end of the world, Amen.
Proverbs 22:6 train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, it (the training) will not depart from them; the teaching wonít leave them they will always remember what was taught them.
Impart means in some degree partly, it has some attachment as man to Christ and Christ to man.
What is the importance of how Christ is imparted to us? Only what we do for Christ will last. Jesus has called us to impart him to a dying world. We are to impart the importance of salvation, holiness, sanctification and redemption to men everywhere.
Satan has used from the beginning deception and lies to draw man off course, causing a riff between man and his Creator God! Now after Jesus has come to the earth to redeem us we must impart the same to other men that they believe and receive Christ as their Lord and Savior to be brought back in right relationship with God. We then must impart the Word uncut, living, dying and rose again. Christ is the hope of Glory!
What we impart the Word to a person, although they doesnít come to it right away, the Word never leaves them. As a child learning to walk, falls and gets back up and try again, we learn of Christ and put Him on daily. We try to walk all we know how to and will err sometime but we get back up again. We donít lose our teaching because we donít follow it, we just donít obey. The Word is not going anywhere. But we are!
Ephesians 2:16-19 we have access to God rather we accept him or not because He was here since the beginning. God nor his Word changes or goes anywhere. Jesus is manís reconnect; the lights although is disconnected can be connected again with a push of a button. Jesus is here and reconciles us to God again by the Spirit and his work on the Cross. Through the work of the Cross we have a promise of eternal life. Imagine God standing by and watching his son die a death for us that is so unworthy of his love!
Jesus became a walking dead man that we donít have to die. We are children born of the Spirit (Galatian 4:28-29), trained in the Word to do battle for the Lord to redeem them that are lost under the law. Jesus came and brought Godís Law back to man again that we write His Law on the table of our hearts. It is important to impart wisdom, for wisdom is God, is of God, and with God. Galatian 3:11-13 we are redeemed from the curse of the Law and blessed, justified by faith in Christ.
II Timothy 3:16 all Scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of god may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.
Why do we impart Christ? We must know Him and the Word that we hinder not a soul. The Word is life, it is Christ and the way in which we impart it or donít we hold a soul in our hands. We can cause one to come to Christ or run away from Christ. We must impart truth in the Holy places. Our life lives in Christ is an impartation. Our life lived in Christ should be an obedient one to Godís Word with singleness of heart with fear and trembling as unto Christ; not only with eye service as men pleasers but as the servant of Christ doing the will of God.
We are to know for Christ I live and for Christ I die. It is all about God in my life should be our declaration. Whatsoever we do, we will also receive of the Lord. Ephesian 3:3-4 we must understand the mystery of God through revelation knowledge of Christ. We have been made to sit in heavenly places in Christ Jesus, raised up together with him as he was raised from the dead by way of the Cross, redeeming us from sin.
We once was dead in sin and trespasses because we walked the course of this world; the lust of the flesh, the desires of the flesh and of the mind. By nature we were children of wrath so the Word must be imparted to renew our minds and change our hearts. The Word must be imparted to us that we understand we donít have to sin. The eyes of our understanding have to be enlightened that we may know what the hope of Christ calling is for us and what the riches of the glory of his inheritance in the Saints. We must understand the exceeding greatness of his power to us that believe.
We as believers must learn through impartation that we are to be followers of God a dear children, walk in love and obey all his Word that we be not deceived and we can put on the new man which is after God and created in righteousness and true holiness.
We impart confidence to sinners that if they would turn their lives over into Godís hands He is well able to keep them unto the Day of Jesus Christ. God is our record of what our desires are to do; He is our fellowship in the Gospel that keeps us.
In some degree partly we are responsible for souls. We have an attachment to the next man and woman through Christ; soul to soul Jesus called us to be witnesses. He calls for us to love like he loves, have compassion one for another and have love one to another. Only what we do for Christ will last; thatís why impartation is so important.
Letís get excited about the Word! Be excited and glad to follow on to know Christ. When we believe, accept Christ, and seek Him more we should also seek to receive the Holy Ghost. When asked have you received the Holy Ghost since you believed we should be ready to say yes I have. The Holy Ghost will keep us and bring all things to our remembrance whatsoever we have heard or read in his Word. We are God ordained change agents now that also is required to impart the Word to the lost, the unsaved and the rejects of the world.