This week we talked about the spiritual blessings which we recieve with our salvation. These should equip us to do the work an Evangelist. There were some issues with the recording so it i begins fifteen minutes into the teaching. A live video version is available on Facebook which is complete.
Ep. 1; I Co. 2:12; Rm. 8:28
This week we looked at Evangelism in light of persecution. We discuss the role of the Pastor in order to better understand the Evangelist. The Evangelist shakes foundations, then Pastors come in to mend any cracks which may arise from the shaking. Ultimately, how we fare on judgment day will be decided by our love for the truth.
"Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."
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What a treasure we have in the Gospel! Faith, hope and charity available at the cross. We can lay our burdens down at Jesus feet and in doing so, we have such a great desire to see others do likewise. Evangelism should spring naturally from the burden of looking at others living in bondage.
This week we spoke of the duties of an Evangelist, as shown clearly in the first letter to Thessalonica.
We would like to encourage you to read this first letter and think on matters of Evangelism. Please leave your thoughts or any questions you may have in the comment section below.
Ps. 84:7-12; Pr. 28:1; Lk. 6:12; Jn. 1:46-47; 14:21-23; A.A. 20:7-11; Rm. 1:16-17; I Co. 10:24; 13:12-13
I Th. 1:5-10; 2:2-9
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This week we talked about checking our own foundations. It should be natural that we would witness considering the amazing truth of the power of the blood of Jesus! Evangelism is a sign of Christian perfection or maturity, but it should be nurtured from the beginning. Everyone has a responsibility to tell the good news, and if we have the right foundation it will be a joy to do so.
We should think of witnessing as if in a court we are called to tell the truth of what we've seen. We ought to look at each day as court is in session. The early church didn't wait to take a seminar on Evangelism it sprung up very naturally. The Holy Ghost is the same today and so it should be with us if we would only encourage each other to good works!
We would urge you to read the letter to the Colossians in its entirety. Think on Evangelism, please feel welcome to share any insights you may have, or questions in the comment section below. You may also share praise reports, we would love to hear from you!
Ep. 1:7; H. 99:13-14; 10:10-11; 13:12; Nm. 19"6-7; II Co. 5:17; I Co.8:1-3; I Ti. 1:5
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This week we talked about fellowship revolving around the Gospel. We should be learning how to encourage one another to good works. We should help each other be better witnesses for Christ. It was the furtherance of the Gospel (evangelism) which caused Paul to rejoice. No, not all are called to the office of evangelist, but all are called to be a witness to the glory of God in our own lives!
Mt. 9:11-12; 13:18-23; Mk. 2:17; Lk. 5: 31-32; Ep. 5:11;
Ph. 1:1-5, 12-18,19, 24, 27; 2:15, 19-22; 3:8, 16-17; 4:1-3, 7, 17; I Jn. 1:7;
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So You're Saved?
For what purpose?
Holy means, set apart. Just what has God set you apart for ?
We were bought with such an high price, should we not spend our lifetime trying to know the God who saved us? We, first must walk out our faith. We must be an example of the Gospel for all to see. It mustn't stop there. We are called to preach the Gospel. The Great Commission is for one and all.
The best way to endure the many temptations that are in front of us is to have a heart set on others to do likewise. This is why these three tenets are so important in the personal daily evangelism to which each of us are being called. Each one supports and inspires the other.
The man on the street always says we need to preach on "the Love of God".
Let us examine that!
Mi. 6:8; Mt. 23:23; Lk. 11:42; Jn. 14:15; 15:14; II Co. 6:5-8; I Pt. 1:22; II Ti. 2:19; Rv. 3:19
I John especially; 1:7-10; 2:1-4; 3:8-11, 24; 4:5, 12-13; 5:10
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