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Students are required to take a total of two Electives during DTS, which are to be completed during their second year.
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As your practical work for this school, you need to be a part of a Life Transformation Group (LTG) by either joining an existing one that operates according to the description I have provided in this blog, or starting an LTG of your own that follows the same process I have laid out. This is not meant to replace your regular Church attendance.
Be sure to schedule time each day for prayer, worship, and Bible reading. It is recommended that you read at least twenty-five to thirty chapters of the Bible per week. I also recommend that you read one Psalm and one chapter of Proverbs per day. I suggest reading the chapter in proverbs that corresponds to the day of the month (e.g., Proverbs 1 on the first day of the month, Proverbs 2 on the second day, etc).
Moreover, it is wise to also develop a lifestyle of fasting, whereby this is a part of your life each week in some way. In addition, be sure to faithfully give tithes and offerings to the Lord.
Baptized by Blazing Fire
The article, Baptized by Blazing Fire -- a Korean church's testimony, provides the links to the five-book series by brother Yong Doo Kim, called Baptize by Blazing Fire. In addition to reading the article above about the Korean church, students are required to read all five books by the end of their second year of DTS. The suggested schedule for reading the five books in one year is to read one of the five books every ten weeks. Alternatively one could read ten pages per week. Either approach will allow fifty weeks to read all five, which should be ample time, and will result in the completion of the reading assignment with two weeks to spare.
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