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Paul and his team had boldness to continue to preach the gospel even in the midst of dangerous circumstances and by doing so they destroyed the slanderous accusations brought against them by the Jews and proved to the Thessalonian church that both their ministry and the gospel they proclaimed was credible. With present day stereotypes and slander against Christianity, we too need to show that the gospel is credible and one way is by overcoming our timidity and fear and continuing to share even when circumstances get tough.
How often do we prayers that require God to intervene? As we examine Jesus' teaching on prayer, it appears that God doesn't consider our prayers to big, he considers them too small.
The Apostle Paul writes to the Christians on how to live out their convictions to the fullest extent being contrary to the world. As we today as Christians should live as radical Christians making sure that in every thing we do we do not conform to the world but in contrary let others see Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior living through us in our daily walk.
God’s message of salvation is bittersweet. To the believer, it is like honey to the mouth because it offers hope, forgiveness, fulfillment and eternal life. But the gospel is also bitter because it pronounces eternal judgment punishment upon those who reject it and it causes the hearts of the redeemed to ache. Like John, we are called to prophesy again. We must continue in a steadfast manner to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, regardless of those who may reject it and even reject us. Through the writings of John we see a clear picture of the future, but we still live in the present. Let us commit to declaring God’s Word.
This message focuses on the things we all need to do, as ordinary followers of Christ, to position ourselves to participate in Kingdom advance all across the globe. I'm going to talk about leveraging life experiences as the people whom God has crafted us to be, spiritual disciplines, prayer, humility, and radical boldness in following God on an incredible adventure.
How do you want to be remembered? You have been called to deal with the spiritual needs of men that have eternal significance. So what will you do tomorrow to contribute to the legacy you will leave behind as one of God's witnesses? Can I make a suggestion? First, prepare well in here: read, pray, give, study, serve. Then secondly, when you go out that door live what you claim to believe remembering who it is you belong to.
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