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“How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth  peace; that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; and that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth”! (Isa 52:7; KJV)

Paul uses this beautiful verse in his letter to the Romans as an exhortation to evangelism (Rom 10:15). He asks how non-Christians can believe if no one ever goes to tell them about Jesus and all that Jesus did for them (Rom 10:14-15). We are all ambassadors for Christ (2 Cor 5: 20) and God wants to reach people through us.

As Christians, God has given each of us the ministry of reconciliation. (2 Cor 5:11) We are to explain the route to relationship with God to those God brings across our path. In fact, God commanded us to go to all the world and preach the gospel to every creature (Mark 16:15). He told us to make disciples of every nation (Matt 28:19).

Ask God to give you a divine appointment each day to share the love of God and His word with someone. Don’t be afraid, He will give you the words to say! (Matt 10:19) Just do it.

Not everyone will receive Christ the first time a Christian shares with them; someone will sow the word, others water and cultivate and yet others reap the harvest (1Cor 3:6). We just need to hear from God and do our part. Sharing Jesus is so much fun for us and for the angels in heaven (Luke 15:7).  


Sin and God’s Forgiveness!

 It is good for us to spend time in the Old testament of the bible and be reminded that God has zero tolerance for sin. This is portrayed graphically in His dealings with Israel and Judah as He allowed them to be taken into exile because of their rebellion and sin (2 Kings). We are exhorted also to hate evil (Ps 97:10).

In the new Testament, we are told that Sin causes spiritual death (Rom 6:23) and separation from God; all people sin (Rom 3:23). Jesus paid the price for our sins by His sacrificial death (1 Peter 3:18) and won justification for us (Rom 3:24). This simply mean that if we repent, ask His forgiveness and ask Him into our life as Lord and Saviour, we are made: “just as if we had never sinned”. Our sins were washed away by His blood (Rev 1:5), the price was paid and God sees us as righteous in Christ Jesus (2 Cor 5:21).

Does this mean God has gone soft on sin? Absolutely not (1 John 1:5). We are told as Christians that we should not go on willfully sinning (1 John 3:6-9). But we are still flesh and blood and we will sin (1 John 1:8), but if we repent and ask God’s forgiveness He is quick to forgive (1 John 1:9).

The next question is, as Christians, are we soft on Sin? Do we have things in our lives that we wink at or ignore? Well, God knows I get it mostly right but I am sure He can tolerate a few minor issues. However, God is still black and white on sin and He tells us to take of the old man and put on the new (Eph 4:22-24). That’s all of the old man and all of the new. Let’s not limit God in our lives by ignoring sin. Now don’t get condemned, God knows our hearts (Ps 44:21) and as we desire to be everything He wants us to be, He will provide grace to help us to change (Eph 1:7-9). Paul never claimed to be perfect (Phil 3:12) and God does not expect us to change overnight. Keep on keeping on, the blessings are amazing. God bless you, we love you. 

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What do Your Actions Speak?

A pastor friend of mine once told me that people will make all sorts of claims about where they are as Christians but all we need to do is simply watch their lives over a period of time. I thought this was very sage advice and it has served me well. We can talk with all sorts of bravado and put on an act for a period of time but over time what is truly in us will surface.

In the Bible, we are told that what is in in our hearts will come out from our mouths, good or bad (Matt 15:18). However, more importantly, in the epistle of James, chapter 2 and verse 17, it says: “Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone (James 2:17; KJV). Faith isn’t really faith unless it has accompanying actions. This passage in James uses Abraham as its example. God told Abraham to go and sacrifice His only son and Abraham went in faith believing God could raise Isaac from the dead (Heb 11:17-19). 

In 1 John 4:3 we are told to love not in words but in deeds and truth. It hardly helps to speak blessings over a hungry person but not to feed him. Paul was so confident in his life witness that he was able to say: “Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ” (1 Cor 11:1). Presumably people were able to see the practical outworking of his Christian walk to be able to imitate it. It’s a useful exercise for us all to ask ourselves if we could say the same as Paul.


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