Posts Tagged ‘Lost’

The Harvest. Part-Two.

Human Souls.

Do you not know, that we are a commissioned people by Jesus to go out and harvest the souls God has chosen to be brought to Salvation?

It is our joy to share in the work of Jesus in gathering the sheaves over that of sitting in Church or other doing nothing, perhaps finding excuses within our callings to ignore the lost?

John 4:35,  Matthew 9:37-38,  Luke 10:2-3.

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Reconciliation. Part-One.

God and Humanity.

Jesus is that first step in reconciliation between us and God and this is what was being marked a few weeks ago at Easter. It is faith and the admitting of our failure that brings us by Jesus blood into this new relationship.

The bible explains it in simplicity, it has not become a doctrine or a religious ritual as some arms of the Christisn Church ensnares many into believing.

God does not want to see any human being of His creation lost, but we all have the choices to choose the way to go?

2 Corinthians 5:18,  Colossians 1:20.

Xmass. Part-Three.

Miracles.

It would seem that today science and psychology have replaced faith and miracles of the bible. People will run to anyone for help, but not to God?

This is not totally true, many shools have abanonded the ‘Nativity play and yet those same people would take a Christian stance against Islam.

Thousands of people across the world, even in Europe and N-America will give their lives to jesus this Christmas and New Year!

Will You?

Psalm 106:10,  John 3:17,  Acts 16:30,  1 Corinthians 10:33.

Holy Spirit Promised. Part-Two.

Poured Out.

What a people are we, who have been filled with the power of God to do His will. Many Christians speand alot of time making excuses, but if yuo are born-again one cannot stop sharing what Jesus has done for us.

As the hymn ‘Amazing Grace says ‘I once was lost, but now I have been found.’

Acts 4:12,  Ephesians 3:20,  Colossians 1:23,  Hebrews 7:25,  Jude 1:24.

Celtic Saints. Part-Four.

Saint Patrick. March 17th.

Patrick probably has the place of honour in relation to being the spark that started the Celtic Church. He was the man who established Bangor Abbey in north county Down, which was to be a major center for outreach with the Gospel message to the west of Britain.

Patrick was always reluctant to be praised by men, because he knew what was their ultimate agenda. Patrick came to Ireland as a slave, but after escaping and returning he was blessed in leading the pagan Irish to Christianity in the north and west. So Ireland has been blessed in many ways over the last 1500 years because of the hard work of Patrick.

Today you can continue to share in that work, because God’s work to save the lost never ends. But one day it will at the end of the ages. So you need to know which side of eternity will you be on?   Matthew 19:17, 1 Corinthians 15:8-10, 1 Timothy 1:15-16, John 3:17, Luke 19:10.

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