How do believers become inspired to proclaim the gospel? Since evangelism is not a requirement for heaven, nor a means to seek God’s approval. What does it take for Christians to share the Good News with others? A story about an old man and his lawn may give us an answer. Read more
The rescue of a prisoner of war camp and the act of doing a favor provide examples of how Christians can look at the great commission.
Is failing to proclaim the gospel a sin?
If a Christian does not attempt to fulfill the Great Commission… is that a sin?
These thoughts have gnawed at my conscience. Layers of guilt tend to pile up over missed opportunities.
God provides a remedy. He not only clears consciences with full forgiveness of our sins, he also provides an example from the story of a notorious, public sinner.
The Light of the world became flesh and the angels made his presence known. The Light lived, died on our behalf, and rose again.
That Light is the Word — the Word made flesh — the Word that we celebrated during Christmas.
The Word creates Light and those who are in the Light must not be quiet, nor keep the Word hidden, nor keep it for ourselves. For those whom God has set apart from darkness, it is a given that they will proclaim that Light to the world.
There are promises and blessings associated with sharing the light. It depends upon how carefully we listen.