Preaching the gospel is also called sharing the good news or witnessing. “To witness” is a command the Lord Jesus Christ has given to all his followers and the church. There’s no other option. It is God given duty that must be done. Paul had this to say about preaching the good news “Woe to me if I do not preach this gospel”
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This series of lessons is for people who want to know more about Baptism and be prepared for this step in their Christian walk. At the end of the study series, both the student and the teacher would decide if the student is ready to be baptized.
Apart from deceases in the world, there are many things that are not contagious. Such as talent, experience, and skills to name a few. There’s one thing that is always contagious though. It is called attitudes. What are attitudes? It’s the way we perceive things. There are people with good attitudes and bad attitudes. We meet both in the Bible. Good or bad, we catch the attitudes of those we spend time with. In today’s study, we are going to discuss this fact in detail.
For this particular study, I have chosen the picture of a mother pregnant with a Baby. A baby is not born overnight. Once conceived a baby takes at least ten months before being formed into the fullness and ready to see the light of this world. In the meantime, the mother has to wait patiently and take great care of her unborn, until the time appointed for the birth will come to pass.
In these passages St. Paul is encouraging the believers of Philippi to apply their faith in Christ to their social life. It is clear that God’s intention is that believers should have an active influence for good in society (See Matthew 5:16). If we avoid society by locking our selves into a round of safe Christian activities and meetings, we cannot influence our world for God.
Someone said “You were saved to serve”. Ask any Pastor and he will tell uninvolved Christians are the biggest frustration in ministry. There are many reasons why Christians are reluctant to give themselves in service to God. I cannot cover them all in this study. However we will learn about five root causes of the issue and the antidotes to them based on Moses’ encounter with God in the wilderness. We will be reading from Exodus chapter 03 and o4.